Match 10 in BBL|10 is Hobart Hurricanes Vs Melbourne Renegades on 19/12/20, and here we bring you our match preview, latest betting, and top prediction.
Hobart Hurricanes Vs Melbourne Renegades Betting Odds
- Match Odds – Hobart Hurricanes 4/5 – Melbourne Renegades EVS
- Opening Partnership – Hurricanes 4/5 – Renegades EVS – Tie 40/1
- #OddsOnThat (Betfair Special) Both Teams To Score 150+ @ 8/11
- #OddsOnThat (Betfair Special) Both Teams To Score 160+ @ 6/4
Match Preview – Brief Summary
- Hobart Hurricanes Vs Melbourne Renegades is Match 10 in the BBL|10. The match is on 19th December, and starts at 11.10am local time, which is 12.10am in the UK.
- The venue for this fixture is the Bellerive Oval (Blundstone Arena), Hobart, Tasmania.
- In the Big Bash table, this is second verses fifth, with the Renegades having a game in hand.
- Second placed Hobart have 7 points from their three matches, with two wins and one defeat.
- The wins were an 11 run triumph over Adelaide in Match 5, and a 16 run victory over the Sixers in Match 1.
- The Hurricanes solitary defeat came at the hands of the Adelaide Strikers in Match 8, were a Peter Siddle 5-for helped the Strikers seal a 5 wicket victory.
- Melbourne Renegades have only played two matches so far in BBL|10, meaning they have a game in hand on their opponents.
- So far Aaron Finch’s Renegades have won one, and lost one. They sit 5th in the table, on 4 points.
- The two results went from the subline to the ridiculous. The Renegades started off with a 7 wicket win over Perth Scorchers with 21 balls to spare.
- They then got absolutely hammered by 145 runs by the Sydney Sixers last time out. How do you make sense of that!
Hobart Hurricanes Vs Melbourne Renegades Prediction 19/12/20
Both these teams lost their last respective matches, the Renegades quite spectacularly!
They will both be obviously looking to turn that form around when Big Bash resumes on Saturday.
What will that thrashing have done to the confidence of the Renegades? Guys like Aaron Finch can take set backs like that in their stride, but what about the younger players in the team?
The Renegades’ batting already looked a bit over reliant on Finch, Marsh and Rossouw, and this thrashing sort of confirms that theory. They do have a capable bowling attack though.
Hobart on the other hand just look a better balanced team, if not the most spectacular.
Experienced campaigners like D’Arcy Short and Peter Siddle will do a decent job for them, but do they have that extra bit of zip to win the big matches?
Tim David has proved to be a bit of a hit so far in BBL|10, and I can see David, Siddle and co bouncing back with a win in this one.