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Big Bash League 2022-23 Match 12


Big Bash League 2022-23  Match 12 by 11ic

A thrilling head-to-head match between Melbourne Stars and Perth Scorchers is the 12th game of the Big Bash League for 2022–2023. Melbourne Stars have played two games so far, winning one and losing the other. Their net run rate is 0.925. With 112 runs and a 112 point strike rate, Englishman Joe Clarke leads the team in run scoring. With the ball, it is their captain, Adam Zampa, who has taken the most wickets for his team thus far, with 5 wickets at an economy of 6.75, and who can forget his 101* off 66 balls in the Stars' previous match. The players who have made the most catches for their teams in the two games they have played are Tom Rogers, Nick Larkin, and Hilton Cartwright, each with two.


Perth Scorchers also have two points after two games, but their net run rate is zero points seven hundred. Josh Inglis, with 75 runs, is their leading scorer. He has also been around for 50 years. His strike rate up to this point is 156 point 25. Jhye Richardson is already 7 for 7 with the ball, including a 4-wicket haul. Only 4 point 37 is his economy rate. The Scorchers' fielder with the most catches for his team is Nick Hobson, who has three.


Melbourne Stars vs Perth Scorchers

Perth Scorchers won by 61 runs


The Perth Scorchers' superior bowling proved to be too much for the Melbourne Stars, despite their best efforts to keep pace from the outset. The hosts did manage to play some significant shots for fours and sixes. With their lengths and deft pace changes today, the spin twins Ashton Agar and Peter Hatzoglou made a big impression. With Jhye Richardson, Jason Behrendorff, and Andrew Tye leading the pace attack, the opposition's batting was particularly vulnerable to the pace attack's accurate lengths, which led to the pace attack's five wickets.


The Stars will be concerned going forward because Marcus Stoinis keeps losing. The batter who, if anyone, deserves to soon score runs—and big ones at that—is him. Beau Webster seemed impressive while it lasted, Joe Clarke made a strong start before faltering, and young Campbell Kellaway impressed when he kept his form with his stroke-play. The Scorchers' fielding and catching, which included stopping two sure-shot sixes and nearly stopping a third, as well as some excellent ground fielding in the outfield to save boundaries, were absolutely stunning. In addition, at least three catches appeared to be simple. Overall, even with a drop catch, the visitors today gave this department an outstanding performance.


Melbourne Stars - Hilton Cartwright, Joe Burns, Adam Zampa, Brody Couch, Joe Clarke, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Clint Hinchliffe, Liam Hatcher, Trent Boult, Glenn Maxwell, Nick Larkin, Marcus Stoinis, Luke Wood, Beau Webster.


Perth Scorchers - Jason Behrendorff , Cameron Bancroft, Cooper Connolly, Aaron Hardie, Laurie Evans, Ashton Agar, Jhye Richardson, Andrew Tye, Peter Hatzoglou, Nick Hobson, Matthew Kelly, Josh Inglis, Mitch Marsh, Lance Morris, Tymal Mills, Ashton Turner, Phil Salt.



Match 12 of Big Bash League 2022-23 happened at Junction Oval, in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.



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