Perth Scorchers vs Sydney Sixers Final Match Prediction, Dream 11 Prediction & Betting Tips, Odds and Live Score – 28 Jan 2022

Big Bash League 2021 is down to its final two teams after a protracted battle, many challenges, and a great deal of uncertainty. After defeating Adelaide Strikers in the challenger match, the Sydney Sixers qualified to play in the finals of the Big Bash League. Perth Scorchers had already qualified for the final stage of the competition thanks to an impressive league run.

Perth Scorchers vs Sydney Sixers Final Match Prediction, Dream 11 Prediction & Betting Tips, Odds and Live Score - 28 Jan 2022

A date has been set for the two teams to meet at Marvel Stadium, Docklands on January 28th, 2022. When it comes to BBL semifinals, these two teams have a storied rivalry. They’ve met four times in four finals so far, and each team has two victories to its credit. In addition, both teams have already won two BBL championships and will be vying for a fourth title. This is going to be an exciting matchup.

PER vs SYD Team Previews

Perth Scorchers

The Scorchers advanced to the championship game after defeating the Sydney Sixers in the final qualifier match. They were the best team in the tournament until the end of the league stage. It was clear from the stats that they were a quality team in the group stage. They were only beaten twice, both times by Sydney Thunder, who finished at the top of the table.

There was only one team in the group stage that scored at a faster rate than the Perth Scorchers. The Perth Scorchers are stronger than ever after the return of their key players from the Ashes. Both Josh Inglis and Jhye Richardson have returned to the team, and they will be inserted into the starting lineup immediately. Tymal Mills, who is currently playing for England against the West Indies, could be a significant loss for them.

Kurtis Patterson, the Scorchers’ go-to man, has a proven track record of scoring frequently and consistently. In addition to him, they have a strong batting line-up that can score runs at will in the form of Colin Munro, Mitchell March, Josh Inglis and Ashton Turner. Ashton Agar and Mitchel Marsh, two all-rounders who can bat and bowl, give them tremendous depth without compromising their bowling unit.

All things considered, the Perth Scorchers are a formidable team, both on paper and in terms of recent results. In light of the fact that they haven’t played in a while, they’ll have their work cut out for them now that the break is over. The odds of them being beaten up are extremely high if they manage that.

Perth Scorchers Playing 11

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Sydney Sixers

Even though Sydney Sixers were missing several key players, they still managed to beat Adelaide Strikers. They were in such a desperate state that they had to field their assistant coach as a member of their team. It would be interesting to see what their final eleven looks like in the final, as they are still short of players.

As a result of the absence of Josh Phillipe, Daniel Edwards, and Jack Edwards for the upcoming match, the Sydney Sixers are severely lacking in veteran batsmen. But they can be encouraged by Hayden Kerr’s performance in the previous game, which helped his team win. Their plight is far from over. Their already thin squad will be hampered if Moises Henriques and Jordan Silk fail to show up for the upcoming contest. Nathan Lyon’s availability to bolster their bowling attack may be their lone saving grace.

The Sydney Sixers have already done an outstanding job, given the team they have, in reaching the championship game. For them to succeed, they’d have to rely on their seasoned stars Dan Christian, Sean Abbot, and Ben Dwarshius, all of whom are capable players. Assuming that they can find the right person, the Sixers will definitely be in business if they do this.

Sydney Sixers Playing 11

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View the Dream11 lineup for the Perth Scorchers vs. Sydney Sixers Big Bash League 2021-22 championship game. Don’t forget to check back after the coin toss for the most current teamlineup.


  • Wicketkeeper:
    J. Philippe
  • Batsmen
  • M. Henriques
    C. Munro
    K. Patterson
    A. Turner
  • All-rounders:
    M. Marsh
    H. Kerr
  • Bowlers:
    S. O’ Keefee
    J. Behrendorff
    A. Tye
    L. Pope
  • Captain:
    H. Kerr

Vice Captain:
J. Philippe


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