Match 55 in BBL|10 is Melbourne Renegades Vs Hobart Hurricanes on 26/1/21, and here we bring you our match preview, latest odds, spread betting, and top prediction on the Renegades Vs Hurricanes.
Renegades Vs Hurricanes Betting
- Match Odds – Melbourne Renegades @ 5/4 –Hobart Hurricanes @ 8/13
- Opening Partnership – Renegades @ Evs – Hurricanes @ 4/5 – Tie @ 40/1
- #OddsOnThat (Betfair Special) Both Teams To Score 160+ @ Evs
- #OddsOnThat (Betfair Special) Both Teams To Score 170+ @ 9/4
Melbourne Renegades Vs Hobart Hurricanes Match Preview
- Melbourne Renegades Vs Hobart Hurricanes is Match 55 in the Big Bash League 2020/21 season, also known as BBL|10.
- The match is on 26th January, and starts at 4.50am (UK time).
- The venue for this fixture is the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Victoria. This is officially a home match for the Renegades.
- This is the final group fixture for both these sides in BBL|10.
- Melbourne Renegades sit bottom of the table on 13 from thirteen matches.
- They’ve had an awful BBL|10, and probably can’t wait for the season to be over.
- Hobart Hurricanes sit fifth in the table on 27 points from their thirteen matches.
- The Hurricanes have their destiny in their own hands, beat the Renegades and they qualify for the finals.
- Our cricket betting tips page has more Big Bash free tips.
Cricket Spread Betting
- Hurricanes/Renegades – Sell @ 7 Buy @ 15
- Melbourne Renegades – 100-50-0 Index – Sell @ 37 Buy @ 43
- Hobart Hurricanes – 100-50-0 Index – Sell @ 57 Buy @ 63
For more information about spread betting, check out our cricket spread betting explained page.
Renegades Vs Hurricanes Head-To-Head
- 19/12/20 – Hurricanes won by 6 wickets
- 21/1/20 – Hurricanes won by 4 runs
- 24/12/19 – Hurricanes won by 7 wickets
- 7/2/19 – Hurricanes won by 16 runs
- 7/1/19 – Renegades won by 6 wickets
Melbourne Renegades Vs Hobart Hurricanes Prediction 26/1/21
The Renegades have shown in their last few matches that they do have wins in them.
They are a young side with talent, and when the talent clicks and comes together, they are a match for anyone. The problem is, they’re too hit and miss at this stage of their development.
In the Hurricanes last match, they beat Sydney Sixers by 7 runs. In all fairness, it should have been a far more comfortable win for the Tasmanians.
Openers Matthew Wade and D’Arcy Short got them to 145 in the 15th Over before the first wicket fell. So to only get to 188/8 in their 20 Overs would have been very disappointing.
In the end it was enough for Hobart to win though, and keep their destiny in their own hands.
With a top 4 of Wade, Short, McDermott and Malan, it’s hard to see the Renegades having much joy.
That top 4 is as good as anything in the competition, and it they perform anywhere near their best, it will be yet another defeat for Melbourne.