Sydney Sixers vs Adelaide Strikers Challenger Match Prediction, Dream 11 Prediction & Betting Tips, Odds and Live Score – 26 Jan 2022

The Big Bash League 2021 is down to its final two games after a long and exciting run that was marred by a number of setbacks. To their surprise, the Adelaide Strikers have survived a long playoff run to reach the championship game. The first Challenger match will be against Sydney Sixers, with the winner going on to face Perth Scorchers in the championship game. Sydney Sixers vs Adelaide Strikers

Sydney Sixers vs Adelaide Strikers will take place at Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday, 26 January 2021. It’s safe to say that both teams will be fired up for this matchup after their respective tournament runs. It’s going to be a great showdown.

SYD vs ADS Team Previews

Sydney Sixers

Sydney Sixers may have been the second-best team in the competition based on the final points standings, but they would certainly be dissatisfied with their performance in their last few matches. At one point, they were in the running for the top spot, but had to settle for second place. In the middle of the tournament, they had a few bad results and dropped down to third place before rebounding to second place.

The Sydney Sixers have a lot of work to do in this upcoming match after a terrible performance in their last outing. They have performed well overall, but their batting is the worst of any team in the competition. In

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Adelaide Strikers

As long as the Strikers are able to win the championship this year, it would be safe to say that it would be one of the most remarkable outcomes. Even if they don’t, they’ll be able to leave the tournament on a high note, given how well they’ve played recently. Even though they seemed to be on the verge of defeat, with many of their first-choice players unavailable, they have made a remarkable recovery.

In the later stages of the league stage, Ian Cockbain proved to be an excellent addition to their playing eleven, and their batting looked overly dependent on Matthew Short and Jonathan Wells at one point. The lack of bowling action

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