ADS vs HBH: With only two losses from 11 games, Hobart Hurricanes are at the top of the pile and are the first team to make it to the semi-finals. Their counterparts in this game, Adelaide Strikers are currently reeling at the sixth position with only 4 wins from 7 affairs.
This is also the second meeting between these two sides, their first meeting took place on 21st January. Let’s have a brief insight into what happened the last time when these two teams collided.
ADS vs HBH Team News
- Strikers have named a 13-man squad for this affair with Harry Nielsen and Wes Agar making a comeback into the set-up.
- The two omissions from Adelaide Strikers are Peter Siddle and Matt Short.
- Hurricanes have made one change to their 13-man set-up.
- Illness has forced Riley Meredith to miss this affair, he has been replaced by Tom
ADS vs HBH Playing 11:
Wicketkeeper: Alex Carey
Batsmen: Colin Ingram (c), Jake Lehmann, Jake Weatherald, Jonathan Wells
All-rounder: Matthew Short, Michael Neser
Bowlers: Billy Stanlake, Ben Laughlin, Rashid Khan, Wes Agar
Wicketkeeper: Matthew Wade (c)
Batsmen: D Arcy Short, Ben McDermott, George Bailey, Caleb Paul Jewell
All-rounder: James Faulkner, Simon Milenko
Bowlers: Clive Rose, David Moody, Jofra Archer, Jarrod Freeman
Colin Ingram (c), Cameron Valente, Jon Wells, Liam O’Connor, Rashid Khan, Billy Stanlake, Wes Agar, Michael Neser, Jake Weatherald, Ben Laughlin, Alex Carey, Jake Lehmann, Harry Nielsen.
Matthew Wade (c), Jofra Archer, Alex Doolan, James Faulkner, George Bailey, D’Arcy Short, Clive Ross, Tom Rogers, Simon Milenko, David Moody, Caleb Jewell, Jarrod Freeman, Ben McDermott.