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Strikers v Renegades BBL: Is this the greatest cricket catch ever?

MACQUARIE’S SUMMER OF CRICKET LINE-UP TONIGHT: Tony Leonard, Dean Jones and Mick Warner

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Ben Laughlin and Jake Weatherald joined the team after their incredible team catch earlier tonight (video of the catch below).

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STRIKERS WIN

Adelaide Strikers have prevailed by 26 runs, severely denting the finals hopes of the Renegades in the process.

Macquarie Cricket’s Dean Jones lauded the Strikers bowling performance.

“What a clinic the Strikers are putting on with the ball,” Deano said.

“It’s a pleasure to watch.”

Marcus Harris (25) and Tom Cooper (24) highlighted the Renegades innings.

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Here’s how we called one of the great catches in BBL cricket.

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Earlier tonight, Dean Jones predicted a Rashid Khan wicket before it eventuated.

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INNINGS BREAK – Strikers 5-173 

Adelaide Strikers have set Melbourne Renegades 174 for victory in tonight’s crucial clash.

Alex Carey got his side off to a good start, blasting 32 off 24 before being magnificently caught by Harris.

After his dismissal, Travis Head (58) and Colin Ingram (68) put on an 88 run-partnership, ensuring the Strikers posted a competitive total on what is a slow Etihad deck.

Kieron Pollard took his first wicket for the Renegades, dismissing the aforementioned Travis Head.

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Adelaide Strikers captain Travis Head chatted to the team after his dismissal.

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Mick Warner chatted to the two captains after the toss.

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TOSS

Melbourne Renegades have won the toss and elected to bowl.

Full teams

Melbourne Renegades XI: Marcus Harris, Tim Ludeman (wk), Cameron White (c), Tom Cooper, Dwayne Bravo, Brad Hodge, Kieron Pollard, Jack Wildermuth, Chris Tremain, Kane Richardson, Brad Hogg

Adelaide Strikers XI: Alex Carey (wk), Jake Weatherald, Travis Head (c), Colin Ingram, Jonathan Wells, Jake Lehmann, Michael Neser, Rashid Khan, Peter Siddle, Ben Laughlin, Billy Stanlake

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It’s been another big day in the world of cricket, so why not catch up on the latest news?

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PREVIEW

After an extended break, the Melbourne Renegades are back in action, taking on an in-form Adelaide Strikers at Etihad Stadium.

We’ve reached the business end of BBL|07, where a win for either side was consolidate their place in the top four. If the Renegades win, it’s hard to see them missing out of finals action while if the Strikers are successful, they could climb back up to the top of the table.

After the departure of surprise sensation Mohammad Nabi, West Indian Kieron Pollard links up with the Renegades and is set to play his first match of the season.

Pollard – who ironically played for the Strikers between 2014-2017 – looms as the dark horse for a Renegades side who is still smarting from losing to crosstown rivals Melbourne Stars 10 days ago. As for the Strikers, they’ll be keen to keep positive momentum going, having beaten the resurgent Hobart Hurricanes on January 2017.

We’re set for an action-packed Monday night in Melbourne as two sides look to further stake their claim for finals action.

Join us from 7.00pm AEDT (6:30pm ACST) on 3AW in Melbourne, 5AA in Adelaide, NTS Digital nationally or through Cricket Australia’s website and app as Tone, Deano and Mick bring you the best call of Renegades vs Strikers!

MRN CRICKET
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