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The Big Bash League couldn’t even get a love free-to-air TV broadcast, the last time the Melbourne Renegades played a final.
That seems to change on the Friday night! Renegades bound for the Adelaide to take on the lowered down Adelaide Strikers. This will be the Renegades’ second semi-final and their first across five years.
They haven’t moved to the top four, till date. Instead they will be heading to the Adelaide Oval having broken free from their mid-tournament rut, with a pair of victories.
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The fourth spot in the finals was taken by the Hobart Hurricanes, saved by the Renegades, after earlier moving to the bottom of the points table, Melbourne Stars. The Hurricanes will be facing the Perth Scorchers at the new Optus Stadium on this Thursday night.
The Stars’ victory has assured the Renegades move into the finals. From that point, it will take a record-breaking defeat to knockout the Renegades.
But in any case, this was an amazing display from the BBL’s perennial underachievers.
Sent in by the Heat, the Renegades opened with Marcus Harris and Matt Short. Harris (42 from 30 balls) and Short (62 from 48) put on 75 for the first wicket which was enough for a winning move.
Harris was dropped only a few days ago, but with Brad Hodge’s withdrawal from Wednesday night’s game against the Sydney Thunder was also a serious blow for them.
The Heat required the runs in 19.5 overs to qualify. The re-fit, Chris Lynn came up as a key man. Belting two early sixes he lifted the hopes of the home fans pretty high, but got brilliantly caught at extra cover by a diving Harris for 21 from 13.
Sam Heazlett (three) and Brendon McCullum (five) went back in quick succession, making the Heat’s victory a long dream, especially considering the axed Test opener Matt Renshaw – who was making his BBL debut. Appearing at No.5. Renshaw fell for 22 from 19, getting caught by Cooper.
Ben Cutting hit three straight sixes and was dismissed for 35 by Dwayne Bravo, but Renegades, ultimately won by 26 runs.
Paceman Richardson, who played a crucial role in the team’s late-season resurgence, will not be in the team due to his international duties. Cameron White is all set to return from his international spell to lead the team under his captaincy in the finals.
The Strikers, on the contrary, will be playing without spinner Rashid Khan, in-form wicketkeeper/batsman Alex Carey and fast bowler Billy Stanlake.
The Renegades’ strong finish within the regular season has also turned things even tougher for the dropped veteran Brad Hogg.