Big Bash League, 2018 | Melbourne Renegades vs Melbourne Stars, Final | MLR vs MLS Who Will Win
Melbourne Renegades will meet Melbourne Stars for the summit clash on 17 February 2019 at 09:15 am. With no silverware in their cabinet so far, both the teams would be eyeing their maiden title when they meet for the BBL final. Melbourne Stars showed some nerves in their last game where while Daniel Worrall returned figures of 4 for 23, skipper Glenn Maxwell played a crucial knock of 43 not-out to help the team trump Hobart Hurricanes in the first semi-finals. The bowlers of the Stars made sure to restrict their opponents on 153-7 where only three of their batsmen were able to register double figures.
For the Renegades, a cameo from Daniel Christian helped them chase down a 181-run target against Sydney Sixers where the game went down the wire and the Renegades secured their place in the finals. Now as the stage for the finals await both the teams, they would aim to get the better of each other to claim their first ever Big Bash title.
Venue:- Docklands Stadium, Melbourne
Match Timing:- Friday, February 17, 2019, 09:15 AM IST
Aaron Finch (Captain), Jon Holland,Chris Tremain, Cameron Boyce, Dan Christian, Tom Cooper, Harry Gurney, Sam Harper, Marcus Harris, Mackenzie Harvey, Cameron White, Kane Richardson, Jack Wildermuthy
Glenn Maxwell (Captain), Marcus Stoinis, Adam Zampa, Jackson Bird, Dwayne Bravo, Ben Dunk, Seb Gotch, Peter Handscomb, Sandeep Lamichhane, Nic Maddinson, Dan Worrall
Melbourne Renegades vs Melbourne Stars Fantasy Picks
Aaron Finch, the skipper of the Renegades has led his team from the front. Finch scored 44 runs in the last innings for the side which helped them seal a spot in the finals. Apart from Finch, you can pick Cameron Boyce or K Richardson among the bowlers.
Talking about the Melbourne Stars, Marcus Stoinis is enjoying his purple patch this season. He has also scored 70 runs and 78 runs in the previous encounters against Melbourne Renegades and he remains a potent weapon in this header too. Among bowlers, you can pick Daniel Worrall who breathed havoc in the last match as he returned the figures of 4 for 23 against Hobart Hurricanes to help his team ride big stacks to victory.