Sydney Sixers v Adelaide Strikers
Our XI: Jake Weatherald, Daniel Hughes, James Vince, Alex Carey (c), Jonathan Wells, Jordan Silk, Tom Curran, Rashid Khan, Peter Siddle, Jackson Bird, Lloyd Pope
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Captain: Alex Carey
He's been Mr Dependable this season, with four 40-plus scores for the Strikers in five games. He can effectively build partnerships with the top order and can also hit out towards the end and should slot right into your XI just for his reliability.
Vice-captain: Jake Weatherald
The opener is among the top five run-scorers of the season, with 204 runs from five games. He's been in great form since the first-class season late last year and is coming into this game on the back of a 37-ball 52 against Sydney Thunder.
He's starred with the bat and the ball for Sydney Sixers this season, including helping his side clinch the Super Over in the Sydney Smash last week. He has nine wickets and 89 runs in six games, with a high score of 43 not out.
The middle-order batsman, who has the ability to strike the ball hard, is among the top ten run-getters of this season with 187 runs in five games. He's been especially useful in the slog overs with his array of unorthodox shots.
The opening batsman did not have a great start to the season but has been striking well in the last three games. He hit a 31-ball 40 in the Sixers' previous game against Melbourne Renegades, helping them reach the second spot on the table.
The veteran fast bowler has been impressive for the Strikers in all the four games he's been part of this season. He's picked up some crucial wickets, with his best figures (3 for 24) coming against Melbourne Stars, where one of his victims was the in-form Glenn Maxwell.