Sydney Sixers win by six wickets with 10 balls to spare. Huge win for the Sixers. A clinical chase in the end. Joe Denly had some luck but he proves his worth with an excellent 76 not out to be Player of the Match. Daniel Hughes got the momentum going with quick-fire 24. But Josh Philippe was outstanding making 30 not out from 15 balls. He gambled with sweeps against Rashid Khan, hit a huge six off Michael Neser and ran really well between the wickets. Not enough runs for the Strikers in the end. They needed 170 minimum on that surface and made too many errors. The Sixers bowled and fielded very well and move up to second on the BBL table with a fourth win. Thanks for your company tonight. Join us again tomorrow night as the Renegades host the Hurricanes at Marvel Stadium in Melbourne. Aaron Finch is back for the Renegades against the undefeated Hurricanes. Until then, it's goodbye from Adelaide.
Suva: "Ingram can bowl Rashid´s last over next match! Dumb captaincy. Rashid should have bowled in a trot." Hard call. He had to bowl O'Connor somewhere. They had built the pressure to bring him on at that time. Not enough runs to play with
Rashid to bowl his last. The Strikers need a miracle
Adarsh: "Don't you think conveying tactics through air is not a great idea? Ingram said he will hold back Rashid's last over and that will be surely heard in Sixers' dug out and can be conveyed to their batsmen. " They don't have time to run the message out. And the Sixers batsmen would be predicting Rashid would held back anyway.
Neser is on
Colin Ingram is on the mic "I'll definitely hold back Rashid's last over now"