Melbourne Renegades vs Perth Scorchers, 4th Match – Live Cricket Score

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4th Match (N), Geelong, December 10, 2023, Big Bash League

Melbourne Renegades vs Perth Scorchers Live Score

SUMMARY

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PLAYING XI – Melbourne Renegades vs Perth Scorchers Live Score

Renegades 1 Quinton de Kock (wk), 2 Joe Clarke, 3 Jake Fraser-McGurk, 4 Nic Maddinson (capt), 5 Aaron Finch, 6 Jonathan Wells, 7 Will Sutherland, 8 Tom Rogers, 9 Kane Richardson, 10 Peter Siddle, 11 Mujeeb Ur Rahman

Scorchers 1 Cooper Connolly, 2 Stephen Eskinazi, 3 Aaron Hardie, 4 Josh Inglis (wk), 5 Ashton Turner (c), 6 Laurie Evans, 7 Nick Hobson, 8 Jhye Richardson, 9 AJ Tye, 10 Hamish McKenzie, 11 Jason Behrendorff

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Match Details – Melbourne Renegades vs Perth Scorchers Live Score

GMHBA Stadium, South Geelong, Victoria

TossMelbourne Renegades, elected to field first
SeriesBig Bash League
Season2023/24
Match days10 December 2023 – night (20-over match)
UmpiresAustralia Ben Treloar
Australia Simon Lightbody
TV UmpireAustralia
Reserve UmpireAustralia Chris Grant
Match RefereeAustralia Kent Hannam

MATCH INFO

Melbourne Renegades vs Perth Scorchers Live Score: The Melbourne Renegades are gearing up to clash with the Perth Scorchers in the upcoming Big Bash League 2023-24 match at Simonds Stadium in Geelong on Sunday, December 10. It’ll be the Renegades’ second game of the season, while the Scorchers will be starting their campaign.

In their opening game against the Sydney Sixers, the Renegades chose to bowl after winning the toss. The Sixers put up a strong performance with Steven Smith scoring 61 runs off 42 balls and Moises Henriques contributing 40 runs off 32 balls. They reached a total of 175 runs for the loss of six wickets in their 20 overs. Adam Zampa and Will Sutherland took two wickets each for the Renegades. Despite Jake Fraser-McGurk’s impressive 48 off 24 balls and Aaron Finch’s 33 off 31 balls, the Renegades fell short by eight runs, ending at 167/7.

Looking at the Scorchers, they had a decent run last season, winning six out of 14 matches and securing the fifth position on the points table. Ashton Turner continues as the skipper with Josh Inglis as his deputy. The team has made some notable additions this year with Zak Crawley, Laurie Evans, and Sam Whiteman joining the squad. Additionally, Mitchell Marsh, who missed the previous season due to ankle surgery, has been retained for this season.

The stage is set for an exciting clash between the Renegades and the Scorchers, with both teams eager to make an impact in the tournament (Melbourne Renegades vs Perth Scorchers Live Score).

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