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STA vs THU Dream11 Prediction: Check Probable Playing XI, Captain, Vice-Captain and more

STA vs THU Dream11 Prediction: Everythinh you need to know about today’s match

Neha Singh

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New Delhi: Melbourne Stars will lock horns against Sydney Thunder today (January 25, Wednesday) in the fifty-sixth match of this season of The KFC Big Bash League at the University of Tasmania Stadium, Launceston, Australia.

The match between Melbourne Stars and Sydney Thunder is scheduled to be played today at 1:30 PM IST.

Currently, Melbourne Stars is positioned at the bottom of the points table while Sydney Thunder is placed at the third spot on the points table of this season of the KFC Big Bash League.

So far,  Melbourne Stars have played thirteen matches in this season where they managed to win three matches while Sydney Thunder have also played thirteen matches in this season where they won six games of the KFC Big Bash League.

STA vs THU Dream11 Prediction: All you need to know about today’s match

Match Details:

Date: January 25

Time: 1:30 pm ist

Venue: University of Tasmania Stadium, Launceston, Australia.

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Probable XIs:

Melbourne Stars:

Adam Zampa©, , Nick Larkin, Joe Clarke(wk), Liam Hatcher, Thomas Rogers, Luke Wood, Campbell Kellaway, Marcus Stoinis, Nathan Coulter-Nile,  Hilton Cartwright, Beau Webster

Sydney Thunder: 

Usman Qadir, Ben Cutting, David Warner, Gurinder Sandhu, Matthew Gilkes(wk), Blake Nikitaras, Chris Green©, Oliver Davies, Alex Ross, Joel Davies, Daniel Sams

Captain and Vice-Captain Choices:

Captain – Joe Clarke, Beau Webster

Vice-Captain – David Warner, Daniel Sams

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Suggested Playing XI No.1

Keeper – Joe Clarke

Batsmen – Tom Fraser Rogers, David Warner, Hilton Cartwright, Ollie Davies

All-rounders – Daniel Sams (vc), Beau Webster (c), Marcus Stoinis

Bowlers – Luke Wood, Gurindhar Sandhu, Nathan Coulter-Nile

Suggested Playing XI No.2

Keeper – Joe Clarke (c)

Batsmen –  David Warner (vc), Hilton Cartwright, Ollie Davies,

All-rounders – Daniel Sams, Beau Webster, Marcus Stoinis

Bowlers – Liam Hatcher, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Luke Wood, Gurindhar Sandhu

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