BBL 2023-24 | SCO vs SIX, Match 39- Top Captain and Vice-captain Choices

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Matches are coming thick and fast in the BBL 13 and game 39 will see Perth Scorchers lock horns against Sydney Sixers at the Perth Stadium, Perth. This will be the final game of both sides during the league stages.

The Sixers are currently positioned third in the points table with 12 points from nine matches. They have won five games and two of the encounters halfway through the season were washed out due to rain. Meanwhile, the Scorchers are positioned just above their upcoming opponent as they have gathered 13 points from nine matches with six wins and one rain-abandoned encounter. Both teams have made it to the next stage and will try to get their best combination sorted for the playoff stages.

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SCO vs SIX, Match 39- Toss Factor

The Perth Stadium is well known for its pace and bounce. The pacers tend to enjoy this venue as they get enough purchase to make things happen with the ball. The batters generally enjoy the first phase and the surface tends to decline for batting during the second innings.

Scenario: If Perth Scorchers field first

The Scorchers have a well poised side with plenty of match-winners in their ranks. Jason Behrendorff, Lance Morris, and Andrew Tye for the core of their pace attacking with brilliant support from Aaron Hardie. They also have a solid batting order that has the ability to overhaul tricky and gigantic totals.

Scenario: If Sydney Sixers field first

With the addition of Steve Smith in the line-up, the Sixers could transpire to be a great chasing side even if the conditions are against favour. They already possess a very good line-up and Smudge will not just be a huge addition to the batting group but also to the leadership community of the team.

SCO vs SIX, Match 39- Top Captain and Vice-Captain choices

If Perth Scorchers field first

Aaron Hardie (SCO): The youngster was touted the next big all-rounder in the Australian set-up. Hardie has scored 296 runs from nine matches and has also been at par with the ball in hand. He can bowl across various phases of the game and serves as a good challenge for the opposition batters.

Ben Dwarshuis (SIX): The wily left-arm pacer is a very good new ball bowler and can generate lateral movements with the new ball. Dwarshuis has scalped nine wickets this season but is likely to get more assistance in this venue.

If Sydney Sixers field first

Steve Smith (SIX): The Australian stalwart will be key for the Sixers as they head to the most important stage of the competition. In the last season, Smith whooped two centuries opening the batting for the Sydney-based community. He would be looking to replicate the past heroics once again this year.

Lance Morris (SCO): The conditions of the Perth Stadium soothe the bowling style of the 'wild thing'. Morris can bang the deck hard and with sheer pace gets extra bounce that troubles the opposition. The speedster bagged a three-fer in the last game and sounds in good rhythm. 

SCO vs SIX, Match 39- High Risk, High Reward 

Andrew Tye (SCO): The wily pacer has a very good record in this ground. In the last game, the veteran raced to 150 BBL wickets and also claimed a four-for to topple the table-toppers, Brisbane Heat. Tye has a good bouncer and some amazing slower ones apart from the stock pace-on deliveries. He can mix things well to bamboozle the opposition.

James Vince (SIX): The English top-order batter has blown hot and cold this season. He is a very good striker of the cricket ball but can also act according to the situation. Vince has scored 222 runs in this season and is Sixers' highest run-getter this edition. He has notched up two big fifties in the tourney.