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Melbourne Stars vs Hobart Hurricanes, 27th Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Melbourne Stars vs Hobart Hurricanes, 27th Match 07 Sunday March 2021 213532000000 Melbourne Stars won by 10 runs Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Sunday March 2021 213532000000 MLS - 183/6 (20) HBH - 173/6 (20) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Sunday March 2021 213532000000 CRR:  8.65 Player of the Match Marcus Stoinis Scorecard Refresh Commentary 19:30 Local Time, 08:30 GMT, 14:00 IST: The Stars have broken the rut of three straight losses and keep themselves in the hunt for a place in the playoffs. To be fair, the Hurricanes did themselves no favours after a slow start in the chase of 184. The Bash Boost point was 64 and they failed to even get there. It meant they needed a big last 10 overs, Ben McDermott, perhaps lucky to survive a close LBW shout off Zampa, then opened himself up. The power surge got them 35 from two overs, but left with needing 40 from the last three, the Stars held their nerve to close out the match. Credit to the Spiceman who helped turn the wheel with two outstanding catches in the outfield, perhaps the difference between a win and a loss. That concludes proceedings in Match 27. The night game has already started over at the Gabba, Brisbane. Switch tabs and join in the action. For now, cheers and bye.. HBH: 173-6 after 20 overs 19.6 Stanlake to Nathan Ellis, 1 run, fuller length delivery and well wide of off, sliced away over backward point for a run - Melbourne Stars win by 10 runs 19.5 Stanlake to Botha, 1 run, on a good length and well outside off, Botha shuffles across and works it wide of mid-wicket for a single Johan Botha, right handed bat, comes to the crease 19.4 Stanlake to Handscomb, leg byes, 1 run, out Handscomb Run Out!! 1 run completed. That'll do nicely for the Stars - a run and the wicket of Handscomb as he was scampering back for the second - good bowling from Stanlake, followed Handscomb as he shuffled across, off the pad and the ball gently rolled towards square leg. Handscomb had to come back for the second, he did try, Zampa's throw wasn't great, but Gotch still had plenty of time to turn back and break the stumps, with Handscomb well short despite the dive. Handscomb run out (Zampa/Seb Gotch) 21(9) [4s-1 6s-2] Stanlake to Handscomb, THATS OUT!! Run Out!! 19.3 Stanlake to Handscomb, no run, much much better from Stanlake, slower yorker outside off, Handscomb backs away and can't get it past backward point, a dot ball 14 needed from 4 19.2 Stanlake to Handscomb, SIX , that will keep the Hurricanes alive in this chase, full-toss from Stanlake, that's a buffet ball, Handscomb moves across and then swings it into the stands at deep backward square leg 19.1 Stanlake to Nathan Ellis, 1 run, slower short ball outside off, cut towards deep cover for a single Billy Stanlake [3.0-0-32-1] is back into the attack Nathan Ellis, right handed bat, comes to the crease Stanlake has 21 runs to defend HBH: 163-5 after 19 overs 18.6 Liam Hatcher to McDermott, out Caught by Andre Fletcher!! A match-winning catch and it's that man Andre Fletcher once again - watch out for his dance moves later . This was a wide full-toss, McDermott reached out and slapped it hard and flat - was racing over the boundary ropes until the West Indian star got into the way, raced across from deep cover, slower delivery to his left and pouched a stunning two-handed blinder. End of a rather stunning knock from McDermott. McDermott c Andre Fletcher b Liam Hatcher 91(58) [4s-8 6s-5] Liam Hatcher to McDermott, THATS OUT!! Caught!! 18.5 Liam Hatcher to Handscomb, 1 run, low full-toss on the pads, whipped away stylishly, but straight to the fielder at backward square leg - either side and it would have been a boundary 18.4 Liam Hatcher to Handscomb, 2 runs, good comeback from Hatcher, almost the perfect yorker as Handscomb came down the track, he stumbled, but manages to push it in front of long-on, back for the second 18.3 Liam Hatcher to Handscomb, SIX , cracking shot , Hatcher misses his yorker by a bit, Handscomb backs away, plays with an open face and drives it high into the stands at extra-cover - the Hurricanes need more of that 18.2 Liam Hatcher to McDermott, 1 run, another wide full-toss from Hatcher, sliced away behind square on the off-side, but there's a man in the deep and it's only a single 18.1 Liam Hatcher to McDermott, no run, nicely bowled, yorker length delivery and wide of off, outside the tramlines, but McDermott had moved across on the drive Load More Commentary

Melbourne Stars vs Hobart Hurricanes, 27th Match

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Melbourne Stars vs Hobart Hurricanes, 27th Match 07 Sunday March 2021 213532000000

Melbourne Stars won by 10 runs

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Sunday March 2021 213532000000

MLS - 183/6 (20)
HBH - 173/6 (20)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 07 Sunday March 2021 213532000000
CRR:  8.65

Player of the Match

Commentary

19:30 Local Time, 08:30 GMT, 14:00 IST: The Stars have broken the rut of three straight losses and keep themselves in the hunt for a place in the playoffs. To be fair, the Hurricanes did themselves no favours after a slow start in the chase of 184. The Bash Boost point was 64 and they failed to even get there. It meant they needed a big last 10 overs, Ben McDermott, perhaps lucky to survive a close LBW shout off Zampa, then opened himself up. The power surge got them 35 from two overs, but left with needing 40 from the last three, the Stars held their nerve to close out the match. Credit to the Spiceman who helped turn the wheel with two outstanding catches in the outfield, perhaps the difference between a win and a loss. That concludes proceedings in Match 27. The night game has already started over at the Gabba, Brisbane. Switch tabs and join in the action. For now, cheers and bye..

HBH: 173-6 after 20 overs

19.6 Stanlake to Nathan Ellis, 1 run, fuller length delivery and well wide of off, sliced away over backward point for a run - Melbourne Stars win by 10 runs

19.5 Stanlake to Botha, 1 run, on a good length and well outside off, Botha shuffles across and works it wide of mid-wicket for a single

Johan Botha, right handed bat, comes to the crease

19.4 Stanlake to Handscomb, leg byes, 1 run, out Handscomb Run Out!! 1 run completed. That'll do nicely for the Stars - a run and the wicket of Handscomb as he was scampering back for the second - good bowling from Stanlake, followed Handscomb as he shuffled across, off the pad and the ball gently rolled towards square leg. Handscomb had to come back for the second, he did try, Zampa's throw wasn't great, but Gotch still had plenty of time to turn back and break the stumps, with Handscomb well short despite the dive. Handscomb run out (Zampa/Seb Gotch) 21(9) [4s-1 6s-2]

Stanlake to Handscomb, THATS OUT!! Run Out!!

19.3 Stanlake to Handscomb, no run, much much better from Stanlake, slower yorker outside off, Handscomb backs away and can't get it past backward point, a dot ball

14 needed from 4

19.2 Stanlake to Handscomb, SIX, that will keep the Hurricanes alive in this chase, full-toss from Stanlake, that's a buffet ball, Handscomb moves across and then swings it into the stands at deep backward square leg

19.1 Stanlake to Nathan Ellis, 1 run, slower short ball outside off, cut towards deep cover for a single

Billy Stanlake [3.0-0-32-1] is back into the attack

Nathan Ellis, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Stanlake has 21 runs to defend

HBH: 163-5 after 19 overs

18.6 Liam Hatcher to McDermott, out Caught by Andre Fletcher!! A match-winning catch and it's that man Andre Fletcher once again - watch out for his dance moves later. This was a wide full-toss, McDermott reached out and slapped it hard and flat - was racing over the boundary ropes until the West Indian star got into the way, raced across from deep cover, slower delivery to his left and pouched a stunning two-handed blinder. End of a rather stunning knock from McDermott. McDermott c Andre Fletcher b Liam Hatcher 91(58) [4s-8 6s-5]

Liam Hatcher to McDermott, THATS OUT!! Caught!!

18.5 Liam Hatcher to Handscomb, 1 run, low full-toss on the pads, whipped away stylishly, but straight to the fielder at backward square leg - either side and it would have been a boundary

18.4 Liam Hatcher to Handscomb, 2 runs, good comeback from Hatcher, almost the perfect yorker as Handscomb came down the track, he stumbled, but manages to push it in front of long-on, back for the second

18.3 Liam Hatcher to Handscomb, SIX, cracking shot, Hatcher misses his yorker by a bit, Handscomb backs away, plays with an open face and drives it high into the stands at extra-cover - the Hurricanes need more of that

18.2 Liam Hatcher to McDermott, 1 run, another wide full-toss from Hatcher, sliced away behind square on the off-side, but there's a man in the deep and it's only a single

18.1 Liam Hatcher to McDermott, no run, nicely bowled, yorker length delivery and wide of off, outside the tramlines, but McDermott had moved across on the drive