BBL: They think they are a boring team in T20s.. With an average match winning record, they can’t fight in the finals.. | Sydney Thunders Reached Play Offs In Big Bash League 2023 Where Once 15 All Out

No one can tell when which team will lose and which team will win in cricket. Sometimes unexpected twists happen..

No one can tell when which team will lose and which team will win in cricket. Sometimes unexpected twists happen. Especially in the T20 format, the team that was expected to win until then.. there were no instances of defeat. One such scene took place in Australia’s Big Bash League. A few days ago, a team that was bowled out for just 15 runs… a team that recorded the worst record in T20Is… is now ready for the finals. Standing fourth in the points table, Amitumi will settle with the remaining three teams. Recently the Big Bash League group stage matches were completed. Four teams have qualified for the finals. Perth Scorchers, Sydney Sixers, Melbourne Renegades, Sydney Thunders are in the list. Adelaide Strikers, Melbourne Stars, Hobart Hurricanes and Brisbane Heat were out of the league.

Sydney Thunders got a great win against Melbourne Stars on Wednesday. Batting first in this match, the Melbourne team scored 119 runs. Sydney Thunders, who entered the ring with a target of 120 runs, achieved it easily in just 18.5 overs. With 7 wins and 7 losses in 14 matches, this team finished 4th with 14 points and qualified for the playoffs.

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Heavy defeat against Adelaide..

On 16 December, the Sydney Strikers played against the Adelaide Strikers. In this, Sydney Thunders were bowled out for just 15 runs. This is the lowest score in the history of Big Bash League. Batting first in this match, the Adelaide team scored 140 runs. In reply, the Sydney team scored just 15 runs off 35 balls and were bowled out. It is known that not a single batsman in the Sydney Thunders team could not get a double digit score.

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