Match 43 in BBL|10 is Sydney Thunder Vs Hobart Hurricanes on 18/1/21, and here we bring you our match preview, latest odds, spread betting, and top prediction on the Thunder Vs Hurricanes.
Thunder Vs Hurricanes Betting
- Match Odds – Sydney Thunder 8/11 – Hobart Hurricanes 11/10
- Opening Partnership –Thunder 4/5 – Hurricanes Evs – Tie 40/1
- #OddsOnThat (Betfair Special) Both Teams To Score 160+ @ Evs
- #OddsOnThat (Betfair Special) Both Teams To Score 170+ @ 15/8
Sydney Thunder Vs Hobart Hurricanes Match Preview
- Sydney Thunder Vs Hobart Hurricanes is Match 43 in the BBL|10.
- The match is on 18th January, and starts at 8.15am (UK time).
- The venue for this fixture is the Manuka Oval, Canberra. This is officially a home match for the Thunder.
- Sydney Thunder sit second in the Big Bash table with 23 points from ten matches.
- They’ve won six, and lost four. Their most recent outing was a 5 wickets defeat to Sydney Sixers in Match 38.
- Hobart Hurricanes are in 7th place in the table with 19 points.
- Such is the closeness of the table, a win (with a Bash Boost point) would take them level on points with the Thunder and Melbourne Stars
- So far this season the Hurricanes have played ten, winning five, and losing five.
- In their last match, Hobart got a 9 wickets thrashing at the hands of the Perth Scorchers at the Furnace.
Cricket Spread Betting
- Thunder/Hurricanes – Sell @ 3 – Buy @ 11
- Sydney Thunder – 100-50-0 Index – Sell @ 53 Buy @ 59
- Hobart Hurricanes – 100-50-0 Index – Sell @ 41 Buy @ 47
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Thunder Vs Hurricanes Head-To-Head
- 7/1/21 – Thunder won by 39 runs
- 30/1/20 – Thunder won by 57 runs
- 24/1/20 – Hurricanes won by 57 runs
- 11/1/20 – Thunder won by 4 wickets
- 6/2/19 – Thunder won by 4 wickets
Sydney Thunder Vs Hobart Hurricanes Prediction 18/1/21
The Thunder have lost their last two, and three of their last four. So by all accounts they are having a bit of a blip.
There are a couple of factors to be taken into consideration though.
The defeat to the Sixers in their last match was on the D/L method, although I feel they may of lost regardless.
And prior to that they came up against a Perth Scorchers side who were just too hot to handle.
As for the Hobart Hurricanes, I can’t help but feel that they have under achieved in the Big Bash, especially with their overseas signing Dawid Malan.
The Englishman has had a couple of decent knocks, but hasn’t got anywhere near the heights expected from him. Along with D’Arcy Short and Ben McDermott, the Hurricanes have a top 3 capable of taking bowling attacks apart, and they just haven’t done that.
There is still time for them to redeem themselves, and this offers them the ideal chance to do so.
I can’t see it happening though. The Hurricanes look to be on a bit of a downwards spiral. They have lost three of their last four, and in the reverse fixture (Match 31), they were well beaten by 39 runs, in what wasn’t a high scoring match.
It’s a victory for the Thunder for me.