The strong crowd of 35,000 have got more than what they would've bargained for. Incredible finish. Sixers now have a second win in the Super Over. Phew, I need a breather just to rest my fingers. Absolute mayhem, but what an enjoyable game of cricket this has been. Thunder made 149, at best a par score but they did incredibly well to nearly defend that. Henriques decided to take the game deep, and it needed some ammunition from Curran to force a Super Over. And once there, the Englishman was in the thick of things again. Didn't make runs, but held his nerve with the ball. He is understandably the Player of the Match as well. On that note, it's time for me - Shashank Kishore - to say goodbye on behalf of P Ranjith. Hope you enjoyed our coverage. Do join us for tomorrow's clash. Cheers!
Jack Clifton tweets: "What an advertisement for T20 cricket and the BBL! What a game!! Curran nerves of steel in the super over and Henriques all class. Thunder showed fight and will feel like its one that got away. But what a game of cricket!"
six off one delivery
Curran got them into the game, then saw delight urn into agony when he was out first ball in the Super over. Here he is now delivering a masterclass
Khawaja has to find the fence.
Hales has played a good amount of cricket with Curran. Let's see who foxes whom
Jimmy Neesham tweets: "16 off the Super over? Impossible"
Here we go. 17 off six. This is madness, this is epic.
Six years ago, you'd have never imagined Khawaja walking in to face a Super Over
Khawaja and Hales make their way out
Chris Morris isn't a bad option either.
Hales will open. Alex Ross is padded up too.
Bird has a long chat with Henriques, there's Maddinson in the background too.
Does he go for the yorker, or mix up his lengths and bowl the slower bouncers? Does he know the six balls he plans to bowl? Abbott could've been used but he is off the field with a sidestrain.
Tom Curran's chance to seal the game here. He's going to be one tired man at the end of it all, but if he manages to get them over the line, it'll all be worth it.
Remember, if the Super Over is tied, they will split points. Unlimited Super Overs will be in place only for the playoffs/final.
It started perfectly for Thunder. Curran, who struck gold off every ball he faced, was out first ball at his first attempt at slogging in the Super Over. Hughes and Henriques were under incredible pressure. To turn it around from there, play audacious scoops and reverse laps at the risk of losing your wicket, and set a target of 17 is simply incredible. What an effort from Moises. Who comes out for Thunder? Hales and Ferguson, surely? Remember, they've never been in a Super Over before. This is edge-of-the-seat stuff.
Hughes comes in now. How to they approach it? Surely got to look for sixes.
Callum Ferguson throws the ball to Chris Tremain. Hang on, not Tremain. Morris takes the ball. Henriques and Curran are the two batsmen for Sixers. Fasten your seatbelts, folks.
This is the fourth tie in BBL history, all involving Sydney Sixers. Will Sixers back Tom Curran to come out in the Super Over? He's played a blinder to get them here. Thunder involved in a massive team-meeting. Will it be Morris to bowl? Or are they looking towards Chris Green? Exciting stuff.
35,000 fans in at the SCG. No one has left. The noise has just cranked up to another level. Unbelievable atmosphere.
Sixers have won only one out of the four Super Overs they've been involved in. If the Super Over is tied, both sides will split points. No boundary count, remember, no boundary count.
Mid-on goes back
2 off the final ball now. Super over anyone?
6 off 2
8 off 3
10 off 4
10 off 5
16 off six
Stuart: "There is cutthroat competition. Jack Edwards may have played his last game for a while. That was a poor innings."