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BIG BASH LEAGUE 2018-2019 | MATCH 52| HOBART | HBH VS MLR | February 7 2019 @ 2 PM IST|

Hobart Hurricanes and Melbourne Renegades will face each other in the 52nd game of Big Bash at Hobart  on 7th February 2019. HBH are currently placed in the top of the ladder and MLR are currently in the 6th position. We are guaranteed a grueling competition between the two. Both teams have released a 13 member squad ahead of the encounter.


  • Qais Ahmad and Riley Meredith find a place in 13 member squad of HBH. 
  • Marcus Harris has been released from National duty and has been included in MLR squad.
  • Jarrod Freeman and James Faulkner  are not likely to find a place in playing 11.

Hobart Hurricanes: Mathew Wade (W/C), D Arcy Short, Caleb Jewell, Ben McDermott, George Bailey, Simon Milenko, Jofra Archer, Clive Rose, David Moody, Qais Ahmad, Alex Doolan, Riley Meredith, Thomas Rogers.

Melbourne Renegades: Mackenzie Harvey, Aaron Finch (C), Sam Harper (W), Tom Cooper, Mohammad Nabi, Daniel Christian, Kane Richardson, Cameron Boyce, Chris Tremain, Harry Gurney, Jon Holland, Marcus Harris, Jack Wildermuth.

Key Players: 

Hobart Hurricanes: 
  • Mathew Wade 
  •  D Arcy Short
  •  Ben McDermott
  •  George Bailey
  •  Jofra Archer
  •  Riley Meredith

Melbourne Renegades:
  •  Aaron Finch
  •  Sam Harper
  • Tom Cooper
  • Mohammad Nabi
  • Kane Richardson
  • Cameron Boyce
Ideal XI:
  • Mathew Wade (W)
  • George Bailey
  • Ben McDermott
  • Tom Cooper
  • Caleb Jewell
  • D' Arcy Short
  • Daniel Christian
  • Mohammad Nabi
  • Kane Richardson
  • Cameron Boyce
  • Harry Gurney
Choice for Captain and Vice Captain: 
  • D' Arcy Short
  •  Mathew Wade 
  • Daniel Christian
  • Kane Richardson

Disclaimer:  The information are collected from various sources to help you find the best playing XI. The final playing XI are selected by the team management and  may have certain changes.


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