SIX vs HUR Fantasy Playing XI

The 52nd match of the Big Bash League will see Sydney Sixers locking horns against Hobart Hurricanes at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne in the second game of the double header on Sunday and we will be bringing you SIX vs HUR Fantasy Playing XI Tips which you can use on Fan2Play Fantasy Gaming app or any other Fantasy Cricket app.

In a probable do-or-die game for Hobart Hurricanes, there will be a lot of pressure on skipper Matthew Wade to take his team through as a loss from here can end their play-off spot.

For Sixers, this season has been really great in terms of both batting and bowling. Having equal points to table toppers Perth Scorchers, Sixers are currently at second position and have played one game less than Scorchers.

SIX vs HUR Playing XI Prediction:

Sydney Sixers – Josh Philippe(w), James Vince, Daniel Hughes(c), Moises Henriques, Jordan Silk, Daniel Christian, Carlos Brathwaite, Ben Dwarshuis, Steve OKeefe, Jackson Bird, Lloyd Pope

Hobart Hurricanes – D Arcy Short, Matthew Wade(c), Ben McDermott(w), Dawid Malan, Peter Handscomb, Tim David, Will Jacks, Nathan Ellis, Scott Boland, Riley Meredith, Sandeep Lamichhane

SIX vs HUR Fantasy Team Selection for Fan2Play

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Our top 4 picks for SIX vs HUR are: Josh Philippe, Moises Henriques, D’ Arcy Short, Dawid Malan

SIX vs HUR Fantasy Playing XI:

If you are playing on any other Fantasy Platform where you need to select a complete squad of 11 players for SIX vs HUR game then here is our Fantasy Playing XI for the match. You can change captain and vice-captain of your SIX vs HUR Fantasy Playing XI based on your liking.

SIX vs HUR Fantasy Playing XI Prediction: D Arcy Short, Peter Handscomb, Tim David, Jordan Silk, James Vince, Josh Philippe, Moises Henriques, Carlos Brathwaite, Nathan Ellis, Sandeep Lamichhane, Ben Dwarshius