Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 30: Perth Scorchers vs Sydney Sixers – Weather Forecast And Pitch Report

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 30: Perth Scorchers vs Sydney Sixers – Weather Forecast And Pitch Report

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In the 30th game of the Big Bash League 2020/21 (BBL 10), Perth Scorchers and the defending champions Sydney Sixers will meet at Perth Stadium (Perth) on Wednesday (6th January). It will be their first meeting this season.

While Perth Scorchers will play their seventh game in the BBL 10, Sydney Sixers will make their eighth appearance. In the latest BBL 10 points table, Perth Scorchers are in the seventh spot with 9 points. Meanwhile, Sydney Sixers are on the top spot in the same table with 21 points.

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 30: Perth Scorchers vs Sydney Sixers

– Weather Forecast

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Perth Scorchers will face Sydney Sixers at Perth Stadium (Perth) on Wednesday late afternoon. This match will begin at 04:15 PM (16:15) local time.

According to the AccuWeather forecast, the weather will be clean and perfect for the T20 match. As the sky will be mostly clean and sunny, there are no prediction of rain threat in this forthcoming BBL match. So, the cricket fans can expect another uninterrupted thrilling T20 match on Wednesday.

In the meantime, the expected temperature during the match time can be between 36°C and 31°C.

– Pitch Report

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Perth Stadium (Perth) will host the upcoming BBL 2020/21 match between Perth Scorchers and Sydney Sixers on Wednesday (6th January) late afternoon.

In the ongoing BBL 10, Perth Stadium has hosted only one game. On last Sunday, Perth Scorchers faced Melbourne Renegades at this venue. While Scorchers scored 185/3 (20 overs), Renegades were bundled out for only 89 runs as Scorchers won that match by 96 runs.

In the BBL 09, Perth Stadium hosted seven matches. Out of those matches, the first batting sides managed to win five games and the chasing teams were successful in only two games. However, unlike BBL 08, 170+ totals were the unchaseable targets in the last season.

Observing the venue records, a good balanced team will always try to bat first at this venue, unless any change in the pitch and/or weather condition.