STA vs SCO dream11 team fantasy cricket prediction – 50th Match Big Bash
There’s a lot to take into consideration when you’re looking for the best STA vs SCO dream11 team. Today, We are going to discuss STA vs SCO 50th Match news, STA vs SCO playing 11, STA vs SCO 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 Perth Scorchers 50th Match Schedule:
Melbourne Stars vs Perth Scorchers, The 50th match will be played in Melbourne on 23 January 2021 at 1:45 PM.
STA vs SCO Dream11 prediction and Players stats
Wicket – Keeper Prediction:
Josh Inglis (SCO)
A hit or miss player. Must try in GL and can be a safe pick for your teams due to his previous performances as well as because Gotch bats way down the order, and he could bat well if he does get the chance.
Last 5 matches – 20, 7, 2, 25, 58
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 – 26, 16, DNB, DNB, 6
Ashton Turner (SCO)
Turner has been leading from the front and has been giving consistent points with the bat. He has demoted his batting order to No.6 and can be tried in GL and can be avoided in SL. Turner even bowled an over in one of the previous games as well as in the previous one, but isn’t likely to be bowling in every game as such. He can be avoided from your teams too.
Last 5 matches – 31, DNB, 1, 24, 15r 0w
Jason Roy (SCO)
Hit or miss player. Loves the T20 format, especially the English T20 Blast, and has shown his worth there. He had been failing miserably ever since his injury but gave a quick start in the first game he played here and had a good knock in the previous games too, and loves these fast paced wickets. Safe pick in the current form surely. He’s giving good starts however but just was able to convert it into a good score once. Can avoid in SL and keep him as C in GL to compensate for any loss, if any.
Last 5 matches – 14, 74, 21, 4, 20
Colin Munro (SCO)
Munro has been consistently playing well and is a very safe choice for your teams. He is high on confidence after scoring 4 50s in the previous 6 games and can do well here again irrespective of his previous game’s failure. He is a must pick.
Last 5 matches – 50, 50, 34, 82, 5
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 3-6. Rotate between him, Fletcher, Maddinson and Larkin in various GL teams. Prefer Larkin in more teams than the other 3 though.
Last 5 matches – 7, 2, 30, 12, 4
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 of 89 but against an in-form Richardson-Behrendorff duo, he could falter yet again.
Last 5 matches – 15, 12, 89, 7, 11
Nick Larkin (STA)
He batted well in the previous games and has been batting at 3. He can be tried in both SL and 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 – 35, 18, DNB, 43, 61
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 credit saver pick for your teams.
Last 5 matches – 5r 1w, 48, DNB, 20, 21r 0w
All Rounder Prediction:
Mitchell Marsh (SCO)
He was playing really good as a middle order batsman as well as an accurate bowler before he went away for a couple of games with an injury. Although he did come back in the previous game, he couldn’t perform as such with the bat and isn’t bowling currently too. Can pick in GL if you feel he can score good points purely as a batsman or can avoid too.
Last 5 matches – 38r 0w, 7, 57r 1w, 15r 1w, 7
Aaron Hardie (SCO)
Since he bats way down the order and isn’t bowling his entire 4 over spell in every game, he can be avoided in SL teams but a good GL pick. In the absence of Marsh as a bowling option, he would bowl a couple of overs, though has been wicketless in 4 out of the last 5 games, can be tried in GL.
Last 5 matches – 0w, 2w, 12r 0w, 0w, 0w
Liam Livingstone (SCO)
Coming on the back of two half centuries, he has been playing well and in the absence of Marsh as a bowler, he has not only taken charge with the bat but also bowled a couple of overs and got a wicket to his name too, and is a safe pick from this section. GL punt pick surely. Can safely pick in SL if batting first especially.
Last 5 matches – 3, 54, 67, 17r 1w, 26r 1w
Marcus Stoinis (STA)
Stoinis 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. He has even started to bowl an over and get a wicket too.
Last 5 matches – 34, 47, 13, 43r 0w, 37r 1w
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 – 6r 0w, 0r 1w, 37r 2w, 20r 1w, 1
Jason Behrendorff (SCO)
GL punt pick especially if their team bowls second. Behrendorff could be good under lights and pick up wickets. He has been picking atleat one wicket consistently but still hasn’t been selected by many users, hence making him a trump pick for GL. He has taken atleast one wicket in each of the previous 7 games in this season that he has played and can be a worthy pick in SL too.
Last 5 matches – 2w, 1w, 1w, 2w, 1w
Fawad Ahmed (SCO)
He will give you safe 25 points nonetheless and has picked atleast one wicket in almost every game where he’s bowled. GL pick.
Last 5 matches – 0w, 1w, 1w, 3w, 0w
Andrew Tye (SCO)
Try him in a GL team or two. He is a good bowler and been a consistent wicket taking option in this season. He can be safe choice for your teams due to the selection percentage although Behrendorff has been more consistent in terms of getting wickets.
Last 5 matches – 2w, 0w, 0w, 2w, 1w
Jhye Richardson (SCO)
Richardson consistently picks up wickets and is the safest pick from the Scorchers’ bowling unit. He has picked atleast 2 wickets on 7 occasions in 12 games this season and been wicketless just twice. He is a must pick.
Last 5 matches – 4w, 1w, 1w, 2w, 29r 4w
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.
Last 5 matches – 2w, 2w, 5w, 1w, 0w
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Nathan Coulter Nile (STA)
Coulter Nile is a consistent wicket taker and has done well over the years. He did well before he went away with an injury this season and came back in the previous and registered 3 wickets straightaway. He is the safest choice from this team in this section.
Last 4 matches – 4w, 0w, 2w, 3w
Zahir Khan (STA)
He can be tried in GL surely. He is a good left arm spinner and has been bowling well in his previous few outings. If bowling second, can try in SL too.
Last 5 matches – 0w, 0w, 2w, 2w, 1w
Liam Hatcher (STA)
He started this season off with 8 wickets in 3 games and suddenly was just able to register 2 in the next 3. Other than a 3 wicket haul in his previous 5 games, he’s gone wicketless thrice and has even been expensive with the ball. Against a confident looking Scorchers’ batting unit, he could be avoided from SL teams as such but is a must try in GL.
Last 5 matches – 0w, 1w, 0w, 3w, 0w
Melbourne Stars vs Perth Scorchers Dream11 Small League Captain & Vice-Captain Choice:
Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Colin Munro, Liam Livingstone and Jhye Richardson are safe choices to keep as C/VC in SL teams.
STA vs SCO Dream11 Grand League Captain & Vice-Captain Choice:
Nick Larkin, Jason Roy, Josh Inglis, Andre Fletcher and Nathan Coulter Nile can be good choices to keep as C/VC in GL teams.
STA vs SCO Playing 11:
Melbourne Stars: Marcus Stoinis, Andre Fletcher, Hilton Cartwright, Glenn Maxwell(C), Nick Larkin, Nic Maddinson, Seb Gotch(Wk), Adam Zampa, Zahir Khan, Nathan Coulter Nile, Liam Hatcher
Perth Scorchers: Jason Roy, Liam Livingstone, Colin Munro, Ashton Turner(C), Josh Inglis(Wk), Mitchell Marsh, Aaron Hardie, Andrew Tye, Fawad Ahmed, Jhye Richardson, Jason Behrendorff
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