The BBL’s top five are almost set after the Adelaide Strikers defeated the Melbourne Stars with 23 runs on Saturday at the Adelaide Oval.
As a result of the bonus points, the striker moved up to 4th place on the ladder, creating a 6-point gap between Hobart in 5th place and the bottom 3rd place.
The star’s time is running out, with only two games left, six points behind in the final, but as a result, there is no hope that the last Renegade will play in the final.
7th place Brisbane Heat is most likely to replace one of the top five teams, given that he can still play three games. Meeting a star at MCG on Sunday night is now imminent as a motivational contest.
Haris Rauf (Pakistan Super League) and Qais Ahmad (Pakistan Super League) and Kais Ahmad (Pakistan Super League), who were sent to Stars captain Glenn Maxwell and then led by Jonathan Wells, who was red-hot again, missed the import of guns in the Stars bowling attack. Those who left the tournament, posted 6-155 against (international obligations).
Wells continued his illustrious season, breaking 73 from 49 balls with 6 boundaries and 6 boundaries, and then winning the third 50. Only Hobert’s Ben McDermott (513) scored more points than Wells (382) this summer.
In response, despite the best efforts of Hilton Cartwright (35 off 49), the star played the fourth game in six days, dropping to 4-37 with seven overs and 3-6 with eight balls. I lost. Exit 8-132.
Striker’s paceman Henry Thornton played the BBL season for the first time in five years, continued to take full advantage of his second chance, broke the star’s top order and was the best 4-26 of his career, including Maxwell’s big scalp. I finished with the numbers. Cartwright.
Jonathan Wells leads the Adelaide Striker to defeat the Melbourne Stars
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