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Adelaide Strikers vs Sydney Sixers, 26th Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Adelaide Strikers vs Sydney Sixers, 26th Match 04 Thursday March 2021 174308000000 Sydney Sixers won by 7 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 04 Thursday March 2021 174308000000 ADS - 150/4 (20) SYS - 151/3 (18) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 04 Thursday March 2021 174308000000 CRR:  8.39 Player of the Match Josh Philippe Scorecard Refresh Commentary That's a wrap from today's encounters. While the first game was a proper one-sided encounter, the second was relatively more competitive. We'll be back with yet another double header tomorrow. Until then, it's goodbye! 21:07 Local Time, 11:07 GMT, 16:37 IST: A stroll in the park for the Sixers and they go to the top of the table - 2 points clear of Sydney Thunder. The second half of the match was literally Sixers vs Rashid Khan. After the Sixers' openers got them off to a flier - scoring 47 off the mandatory powerplay (4 overs), the Afghanistan leggie nipped out both the batsmen. Just when another partnership started to build, he returned to trap Hughes lbw. Post that, it was one-way traffic as Silk and James Vince coupled aggression with sensible cricket. They played their strokes against the other bowlers and smartly played out Rashid's final over. An unbeaten 71 run-stand and Sixers romped home comfortably. Credit to the Sydney bowlers too who restricted their opponents to a below-par score with tight bowling (except the final over). SYS: 151-3 after 18 overs 17.6 Ryan Gibson to Silk, FOUR , dragged down, short and wide outside off, Silk cuts aerially and over the cover region. Matt Renshaw dives to his right after running to his right from deep point but he can't even get his hands on the ball. A boundary to end the proceedings and Sydney Sixers win by 7 wickets with 2 overs to go 17.5 Ryan Gibson to Silk, no run, 82.2kph, flighted delivery, full in length, Silk drives it straight to cover 17.4 Ryan Gibson to James Vince, 1 run, slapped with the spin to long-off 17.3 Ryan Gibson to James Vince, 2 runs, 84kph, much fuller and Vince push-drives to the left of long-off 17.2 Ryan Gibson to Silk, 1 run, 80.8kph, another short one, pulled to deep mid-wicket 17.1 Ryan Gibson to Silk, 2 runs, 94.7kph, drag down, well outside off, scythed with the spin to deep cover Ryan Gibson, right-arm medium, comes into the attack Just 10 runs needed ... off 3 overs SYS: 141-3 after 17 overs 16.6 Briggs to Silk, 1 run, 89.9kph, full and drifted in, eased down to long-on 16.5 Briggs to Silk, no run, low full toss, drilled to the left of Briggs who parries it to extra cover 16.4 Briggs to Silk, no run, pushed to the left of the bowler and Briggs stops it in his followthrough 16.3 Briggs to Silk, FOUR , Silk seems to be in a hurry. Trifle short, Silk quickly rocks back and pulls it powerfully through mid-wicket. The placement is spot-on 16.2 Briggs to Silk, FOUR , in-dart, full in length at 99.2kph, Silk backs away a long way and batters it straight down the ground. Long-on gives a big chase but to no avail 16.1 Briggs to James Vince, 1 run, in-drifter, nudged to mid-wicket Danny Briggs [3.0-0-28-0] is back into the attack Power Surge: 2 overs | 18 runs | 0 wickets SYS: 131-3 after 16 overs 15.6 Siddle to Silk, FOUR , fifty partnership! Slightly overpitched at 141kph , Silk stays deep in his crease and drills it past the bowler. Hammered straight down the ground and there's no one in the vicinity of the ball 15.5 Siddle to Silk, FOUR , edged and four! Siddle pitches it up at 130.5kph, close to a yorker, Silk moves leg-side for a big hoick across the line. Gets a thick inside edge and the ball races away to the fine leg fence Load More Commentary

Adelaide Strikers vs Sydney Sixers, 26th Match

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Adelaide Strikers vs Sydney Sixers, 26th Match 04 Thursday March 2021 174308000000

Sydney Sixers won by 7 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 04 Thursday March 2021 174308000000

ADS - 150/4 (20)
SYS - 151/3 (18)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 04 Thursday March 2021 174308000000
CRR:  8.39

Player of the Match

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That's a wrap from today's encounters. While the first game was a proper one-sided encounter, the second was relatively more competitive. We'll be back with yet another double header tomorrow. Until then, it's goodbye!

21:07 Local Time, 11:07 GMT, 16:37 IST: A stroll in the park for the Sixers and they go to the top of the table - 2 points clear of Sydney Thunder. The second half of the match was literally Sixers vs Rashid Khan. After the Sixers' openers got them off to a flier - scoring 47 off the mandatory powerplay (4 overs), the Afghanistan leggie nipped out both the batsmen. Just when another partnership started to build, he returned to trap Hughes lbw. Post that, it was one-way traffic as Silk and James Vince coupled aggression with sensible cricket. They played their strokes against the other bowlers and smartly played out Rashid's final over. An unbeaten 71 run-stand and Sixers romped home comfortably. Credit to the Sydney bowlers too who restricted their opponents to a below-par score with tight bowling (except the final over).

SYS: 151-3 after 18 overs

17.6 Ryan Gibson to Silk, FOUR, dragged down, short and wide outside off, Silk cuts aerially and over the cover region. Matt Renshaw dives to his right after running to his right from deep point but he can't even get his hands on the ball. A boundary to end the proceedings and Sydney Sixers win by 7 wickets with 2 overs to go

17.5 Ryan Gibson to Silk, no run, 82.2kph, flighted delivery, full in length, Silk drives it straight to cover

17.4 Ryan Gibson to James Vince, 1 run, slapped with the spin to long-off

17.3 Ryan Gibson to James Vince, 2 runs, 84kph, much fuller and Vince push-drives to the left of long-off

17.2 Ryan Gibson to Silk, 1 run, 80.8kph, another short one, pulled to deep mid-wicket

17.1 Ryan Gibson to Silk, 2 runs, 94.7kph, drag down, well outside off, scythed with the spin to deep cover

Ryan Gibson, right-arm medium, comes into the attack

Just 10 runs needed ... off 3 overs

SYS: 141-3 after 17 overs

16.6 Briggs to Silk, 1 run, 89.9kph, full and drifted in, eased down to long-on

16.5 Briggs to Silk, no run, low full toss, drilled to the left of Briggs who parries it to extra cover

16.4 Briggs to Silk, no run, pushed to the left of the bowler and Briggs stops it in his followthrough

16.3 Briggs to Silk, FOUR, Silk seems to be in a hurry. Trifle short, Silk quickly rocks back and pulls it powerfully through mid-wicket. The placement is spot-on

16.2 Briggs to Silk, FOUR, in-dart, full in length at 99.2kph, Silk backs away a long way and batters it straight down the ground. Long-on gives a big chase but to no avail

16.1 Briggs to James Vince, 1 run, in-drifter, nudged to mid-wicket

Danny Briggs [3.0-0-28-0] is back into the attack

Power Surge: 2 overs | 18 runs | 0 wickets

SYS: 131-3 after 16 overs

15.6 Siddle to Silk, FOUR, fifty partnership! Slightly overpitched at 141kph, Silk stays deep in his crease and drills it past the bowler. Hammered straight down the ground and there's no one in the vicinity of the ball

15.5 Siddle to Silk, FOUR, edged and four! Siddle pitches it up at 130.5kph, close to a yorker, Silk moves leg-side for a big hoick across the line. Gets a thick inside edge and the ball races away to the fine leg fence