PRS vs MLR BBL 52nd Match prediction


PRS vs MLR: The final group stage match of Perth Scorchers will be played at Perth Stadium against Melbourne Renegades on 22nd January. Perth Scorchers are at the top place in the table with 20 points. They are already qualified for the next round of the tournament and will play their knocked-out match against Sydney Sixers.

In their final match, the Scorchers had a cakewalk against the Adelaide Strikers. David Payen, Lance Morris, and Peter Hatzogou each took three wickets in their most recent match against Strikers. In the 12th over, the in-form top-order hitter Aaron Hardie (43) clinched a 7-wicket victory. With the victory, Scorchers strengthened their position in the first place.

Sydney Thunder handed the Melbourne Renegades a devastating loss. Will Sutherland’s (42* off 23 balls) late-inning hitting helped the Renegades reach 142 with 9 wickets down while batting first. Matthew Gilkes, the opener for the Thunder, produced an unbeaten 74 to help his team win by eight wickets. With 2 wickets for 25 runs, Corey Rocchiccioli was the sole successful bowler for the Renegades.

A victory in their most recent match boosted the morale of the Scorchers players for the qualifier match. On the other hand, this game is very important for the Renegades to keep them alive in the knock-out stage.

PRS vs MLR: Match details

Match: PRS vs MLR 52nd match, Big Bash League 2022-2023

Date: Sunday, January 22, 2023

Time: 1:45 PM

Venue: Perth Stadium, Perth

PRS vs MLR: Match Overview

Perth Scorchers

This will be the penultimate game for the Scorchers before they face the Sydney Sixers in the Qualifier. There will be no alterations to the starting eleven. Stephen Eskinazi and Cameron Bancroft will start the Scorchers’ innings. Aaron Hardie, at number three, has already scored 400 or more runs at a strike rate of 141.58 this season. So far this year, he has grabbed 2 wickets in 6 overs despite not bowling frequently.

In the middle, Josh Inglis and Ashton Turner have benefited the Scorchers. Turner has assumed the position of anchor, scoring 242 runs in 11 innings while Inglis has the greatest strikeout rate at 152.87 and has scored 399 runs. Nick Hobson has not performed well in his new role as a lower-order batsman for the Scorchers this season. Hopefully, he will have an opportunity to demonstrate his talent in this game.

Melbourne Renegades

This year, Melbourne Renegades have a chance to qualify for the Knockout game after finishing last for the past three seasons. However, they must win their final two games. It is time for Martin Guptil and Jake Fraser-McGurk to click as openers. In 8 games, Guptil has scored 141 runs with a strike rate of 108.46.

Aaron Finch’s performance has declined in the second half of the BBL. The Renegades’ highest run-scorer has scored just 42 runs in the last four games. However, 279 runs in 12 games cannot be disregarded. The Renegades must send Will Sutherland at number 5 since three of the first four batters have scored with a strike rate below 110.

PRS vs MLR: Probable XI  

Perth Scorchers

Aaron Hardie, Stephen Eskinazi, Josh Inglis (wk), Cameron Bancroft, Ashton Turner (c), Ashton Agar, Nick Hobson, Andrew Tye, Jason Behrendorff, David Payne, Peter Hatzoglou.

Melbourne Renegades

Jake Fraser-McGurk, Aaron Finch (c), Martin Guptill, Sam Harper (wk), Matthew Critchley, Will Sutherland, Tom Rogers, Jonathan Wells, Kane Richardson, Corey Rocchiccioli, Fawad Ahmed.

PRS vs MLR: Weather Report

It will be a sunny day. The temperature will range from 22 to 31 degrees Celsius. The wind will be 10 to 25 kilometers per hour from the west. Considered favorable for hitting in the second inning. In earlier stages, it provides a significant bounce and swings for pacers. Wind will aid bowlers in swinging the ball in both directions.

PRS vs MLR: Toss Prediction

Five times out of six BBL games played at The Perth Stadium, the club chasing the target has won. In fact, the side batting second has won the last five games. This is the only time the Perth Scorchers have protected the target. The team that wins the coin toss must bowl first.

PRS vs MLR: Pre-play prediction

Top batter: Stephen Eskinazi (PRS), Martin Guptill (MLR)

Best bowler: David Payne (PRS), Corey Rocchiccioli (MLR)

Best all-rounder: Ashton Agar (PRS), Jonathan Wells (MLR)

Player of the match: Stephen Eskinazi (PRS)

PRS vs MLR: Match Prediction

In the last four games, Perth Scorchers have scored more goals than Renegades. Three of these four victories have occurred in pursuit of the objective, which corresponds with the terrain. The Scorchers are superior to the inconsistent Renegades in both aspects this season. It is anticipated that the Scorchers will continue their winless skid against the Renegades. Besides this, the Scorchers are playing at home. They have won five of their last six games in Perth this season.

We anticipate that Perth Scorchers will triumph over Melbourne Renegades.

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