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Today Match Prediction Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers:
Melbourne Renegades will win 32nd march of Big Bash League 2016….
Squad: Tom Beaton, Dwayne Bravo (WI), Tom Cooper, Xavier Doherty, Aaron Finch, Cameron Gannon, Chris Gayle (WI), Nathan Hauritz, Peter Nevill, James Pattinson, Nate Rimmington, Matt Short, Peter Siddle, Chris Tremain, Matthew Wade, Guy Walker, Cameron White.
In: Xavier Doherty (Hurricanes), Cameron Gannon (Heat), Chris Gayle, Nathan Hauritz (Thunder), Chris Tremain (Thunder), Guy Walker.
Out: Alex Doolan (Heat), Fawad Ahmed (Thunder), Andrew Fekete (Heat), Callum Ferguson (inj), Jayde Herrick, Aaron O’Brien, Ben Rohrer (Thunder), Andre Russell (Thunder), Nick Winter (injured).
Availability: Will lose Finch for the second half of the tournament. Will likely have to swap wicketkeepers at the half-way mark, with Matthew Wade to do most of the first half and then joining Australia’s squad, after which Test wicketkeeper Peter Nevill will replace him. Peter Siddle will miss the first half due to Test duty, while Pattinson is likely to be restricted to a cameo or cameos.
Strengths: Boasted a seriously imposing batting line-up, although that has been undermined by the long-term knee injury suffered by Callum Ferguson on the eve of the tournament. Tom Beaton is a capable middle-order replacement, alongside Tom Cooper. The accurate spin of Hauritz and Doherty should suit their home drop-in pitches. Will no longer have to grapple with overseas players only available for part of the tournament.
Weaknesses: Pattinson’s absence, likely for most of the tournament due to national duty, will rob them of a proven strike-bowler with the new ball. Excepting all-rounder Bravo, none of their bowlers will offer much with the bat.
Key Player: Chris Gayle. The Renegades’ fortunes have been strongly tied to the availability of captain Finch. When he departs in the second half this time, however, they will still have the brutal West Indian opener to rely on. Has a lot to prove after his awful end to his last stint in Australia, in 2012-13 with Sydney Thunder.
One To Watch: Chris Tremain. One of the few holes in the Renegades squad is for express pace. With no Pattinson and even Siddle still far from proven with a white ball, Tremain suddenly becomes pivotal to not only getting new-ball wickets but as someone who can be hostile enough to rattle batsmen intent on plundering runs.
Squad: Jono Dean, Travis Head, Brad Hodge, Jon Holland, Mahela Jayawardene (SL), Alex Keath, Hamish Kingston, Ben Laughlin, Jake Lehmann, Tim Ludeman, Michael Neser, Gary Putland, Adil Rashid (Eng), Kane Richardson, Alex Ross, Craig Simmons, Kelvin Smith, Billy Stanlake.
In: Mahela Jayawardene, Alex Keath (Stars), Jake Lehmann, Adil Rashid (Eng), Billy Stanlake.
Out: Johan Botha (Sixers), Trent Lawford (Sixers), Kieron Pollard (injured), Chadd Sayers, Shaun Tait (Hurricanes), Adam Zampa (Stars).
Availability: Barring injury, likely to go the whole tournament without anyone called up for international duty. The player likely to come closest is left-arm finger-spinner Jon Holland, while Kane Richardson is an outside chance for the limited-overs squad if he starts well.
Strengths: Even without the injured Kieron Pollard, they appear to be a contender for the strongest batting line-up in the competition, with a good mix of players who can thrash and can be relied upon for anchor innings. Should be helped by having a very settled squad.
Weaknesses: Without Shaun Tait they could struggle for new-ball wickets. Also likely to be one of the slowest teams in the field, due to the presence of veterans Hodge, Jayawardene and Simmons. The departures of Botha and Zampa mean their spin hopes rest with Holland, whose body has often failed him.
Key Player: Travis Head. The decision to give the captaincy to Hodge, rather than SA captain Head, is a smart one, as it will allow the 21-year-old to focus exclusively on his batting. The veterans should be relied upon for anchor innings, meaning the left-hander can focus on close to all-out attack.
One To Watch: Ben Laughlin. Playing only three Twenty20 internationals is insufficient recognition for such a proven performer in the shortest format. With the World Twenty20 coming in March, this could be the season that is remedied. The last time Australia played a tournament in India, in the 2011 World Cup, their express-pace strategy failed. Their difficult task of replacing Mitch Starc should extend to the wily 33-year-old.