How to watch Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers BBL live and match preview
The Perth Scorchers can take an unassailable lead at the top of the BBL table when they face the Strikers this week
The Perth Scorchers sit 2 games clear on top of the BBL table despite spending the majority of the season away from home. They hammered the Melbourne Stars on Wednesday night, piling on the runs with 3-196. They have been beaten just twice this season from 12 matches.
The Adelaide Strikers on the other hand have had a miserable campaign, recording just 2 victories and sitting a clear last on the table. Last time they played the Scorchers they were soundly beaten to the tune of 49 runs.
When is Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers?
The clash is at 10:40am AEDT on Friday 14 January at the picturesque Adelaide Oval.
How to watch Strikers vs Prth Scorchers
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Who will win Strikers vs Scorchers?
The Perth Scorchers continue to be the competition yard stick, securing a 9th finals campaign in the 11 seasons of the Big Bash. They have reached the decider 6 times, winning 3 titles.
Their performance this season has been made all the more remarkable by the fact they haven't been able to play matches in their home state due to the border restrictions in place.
Adelaide meanwhile have produced a contrasting season, anchored to the bottom of the table.
Perth's fire power, with the likes of Mitch Marsh, Colin Munro, Ashton Turner and Cameron Bancroft, is far more imposing than that of their opposition. It is hard to mount a case that this will be anything other than win number 11 for the season for the boys from WA.
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