STA vs REN dream11 team fantasy cricket prediction – 42nd Match Big Bash
There’s a lot to take into consideration when you’re looking for the best STA vs REN dream11 team. Today, We are going to discuss STA vs REN 42nd Match news, STA vs REN playing 11, STA vs REN fantasy cricket prediction, and dream11 Expert data. The Big Bash League is called KFC Big Bash League 2020-21 in dream11 leagues.
Melbourne Stars vs Melbourne Renegades 42nd Match Schedule:
Melbourne Stars vs Melbourne Renegades, The 42nd match will be played in Melbourne on 17 January 2021 at 1:45 PM.
STA vs REN Dream11 prediction and Players stats
Wicket – Keeper Prediction:
Seb Gotch (STA)
Can avoid from your teams. Bats way down the order and hardly gets many deliveries to face as such. He could just be taken as a credit saver pick if at all.
Last 5 matches – 6, 14, 26, 16, DNB
Sam Harper (REN)
Amongst the two options in the keeping section, he could be a much safer option as he bats in the top order and can be kept in SL. He just had one good knock and can even be avoided in SL if you want but Gotch might not even bat. Can drop in GL if Dunk plays.
Last 5 matches – 7, 4, 31, 18, 15
Hilton Cartwright (STA)
He is playing like an all rounder in some matches and could bowl atleast one over and can come to bat anywhere between 3-5. He is a safe option from the batting section since there aren’t many viable options from the Stars in this section as such, but try dropping in GL.
Last 5 matches – 8, 36, 7, 2, 30
Andre Fletcher (STA)
Hit or miss player. Must try in GL. Can try dropping in Risky SL but is a good player and his aggressive approach can give good results any time soon. He had a great CPL season and has looked off colors but had a great game in his previous outing and against an ineffective unit of Renegades, he could have a go at it again.
Last 5 matches – 10, 10, 15, 12, 89
Nick Larkin (STA)
He batted well in the previous games and can be promoted up the order if needed as well. He can be tried in GL as neither Fletcher has been able to score much nor has Cartwright been consistent with the bat as such, hence keeping the options open.
Last 5 matches – 2, 4, 35, 18, DNB
Nic Maddinson (STA)
He is the perfect credit saver pick for your teams. Either contributes with bat or with the ball and can be a safe pick for your teams.
Last 4 matches – 2w, 5r 1w, 48, DNB
Aaron Finch (REN)
He would be leading this side. He hasn’t been able to convert starts as much as one could expect him to, and could always do well. Safe pick for your teams due to the selection percentage nonethless. He couldn’t do well as an opener and came at No.4 in the previous game and still couldn’t do much. Hit or miss pick.
Last 5 matches – 18, 8, 0, 14, 13
Shaun Marsh (REN)
He has scored two consecutive 65+ scores and is the leading run scorer from the Renegades unit. He is probably the safest option from the Renegades in the batting section. Can try dropping him in GL though.
Last 5 matches – 3, 67, 87, 14, 0
Jake Fraser-McGurk (REN)
Batted well to finish the game with a win two games prior and also got the team to a good score in the previous game. In an ineffective Renegades batting unit, he’s been the only person who’s been stabilizing the middle order.
Last 5 matches – 0, 13, 2, 29, 40
Mackenzie Harvey (REN)
He has been opening and has been giving good starts but hasn’t been able to convert them into big scores just like the other Renegades batsmen. He can be a worthy GL pick.
Last 5 matches – 8, 1, 34, 14, 20
All Rounder Prediction:
Marcus Stoinis (STA)
He is a good batsman in this format of the game and was the leading run scorer of the previous season as an opener as well. He is a safe pick for your teams.
Last 5 matches – 7, 97, 34, 47, 13
Glenn Maxwell (STA)
He is a safe pick and leads from the front. Can even pick up a wicket or two in the overs he bowls. He promotes himself up the order as well when needed and has looked good with it too. Must pick nonetheless.
Last 5 matches – 23r 0w, 70r 1w, 6r 0w, 0r 1w, 37r 2w
Jack Prestwidge (REN)
He did amazingly well with both bat and ball in the first game that he played this season. The team scored 89 and he scored 33 and proved his worth. Must pick in GL teams. Even in the previous games he has bowled well and got a couple of scalps. He can be a safe choice in the absence of Nabi.
Last 4 matches – 33r 2w, 6r 0w, 14r 2w, 0r 1w
Beau Webster (REN)
He was their star middle order batsman last season but had a high score of just 10 in this season until the previous game where he finally played the way in the previous season. He has been slotted to bat at No.6 and for that reason and can be avoided from SL but the way the Renegades batsmen are playing, he could be a worthy pick for GL.
Last 5 matches – 7, 2, 10, DNB, 50
Imad Wasim (REN)
In the absence of Nabi, he could be a crucial bowler for the team and can even have a go with the bat if needed. He could be a good pick in SL, but a GL pick surely.
Last 5 matches – 2w, 1w, 2w, 1w, 4r 1w
Adam Zampa (STA)
He is a highly experienced player and one of the best spinners in this format of the game. Has been picking up wickets in this season and also does well for the Aussies. He is a safe pick, especially in the absence of the injured Coulter Nile.
Last 5 matches – 23r 3w, 1w, 2w, 2w, 5w
Billy Stanlake (STA)
A hit or miss player with the ball. Can go wicketless or even get more than 50 points. Must try in GL, can avoid in SL considering the number of options available.
Last 5 matches – 2w, 3w, 1w, 0w, 1w
Zahir Khan (STA)
Zahir Khan is a good left arm spinner and had a good game in his previous outing against the Strikers. Otherwise he’s just been wicketless so can even avoid. If bowling second, must try.
Last 4 matches – 0w, 0w, 0w, 2w
Haris Rauf (STA)
He was a great wicket taking bowler last season and has done well for Pakistan too. Hasn’t done much in the two games he’s played this season yet but is a worthy GL pick for your teams.
Last 3 matches – 0w, 1w, 0w
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Kane Richardson (REN)
He is a safe choice and has done well for the Renegades over the previous years and has been in the dream team in majority of the games that they’ve played yet.
Last 5 matches – 0w, 0w, 2w, 1w, 1w
Peter Hatzgolou (REN)
He was subbed out in one of the games in the first innings itself and didn’t bowl as a reason, but he’s a worthy pick for GL as he has looked good with the ball and can do really well. He can also be picked in SL.
Last 5 matches – 1w, 0w, 0w, 3w, 2w
Noor Ahmad (REN)
He isn’t playing regularly but whenever he played, he got atleast one wicket to his name. But, unfortunately has been wicketless in the last two games that he played. If he does play, he is a good try for GL surely. A young 19 year old player and is doing well to make a name of his own too.
Last 5 matches – 2w, 1w, 0w, 0w, 0w
Melbourne Stars vs Melbourne Renegades Dream11 Small League Captain & Vice-Captain Choice:
Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell, Adam Zampa and Shaun Marsh are safe choices and can be kept as C/VC in SL teams.
STA vs REN Dream11 Grand League Captain & Vice-Captain Choice:
Andre Fletcher, Aaron Finch, Jack Prestwidge, Zahir Khan and Peter Hatzgolou can be good choices to try as C/VC in GL teams.
STA vs REN Playing 11:
Melbourne Stars: Marcus Stoinis, Andre Fletcher, Hilton Cartwright, Glenn Maxwell(C), Nick Larkin, Nic Maddinson, Seb Gotch(Wk), Adam Zampa, Zahir Khan, Billy Stanlake, Haris Rauf
Melbourne Renegades: Mackenzie Harvey, Aaron Finch(C), Shaun Marsh, Sam Harper(Wk), Beau Webster, Jake Fraser McGurk, Jack Prestwidge, Imad Wasim, Kane Richardson, Peter Hatzgolou, Noor Ahmad
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