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Sydney Thunder vs Sydney Sixers, 38th Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Sydney Thunder vs Sydney Sixers, 38th Match 03 Wednesday March 2021 022945000000 Sydney Sixers won by 5 wkts (DLS method) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 03 Wednesday March 2021 022945000000 SYT - 166/6 (20) SYS - 132/5 (12.4) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 03 Wednesday March 2021 022945000000 CRR:  10.42 Player of the Match Steve OKeefe Scorecard Refresh Commentary Steve O'Keefe | MoM: We initially thought it was flat but it was a bit two-paced, so I bowled a bit slower than I normally would. They're very dangerous at the top, with 80-90 run fliers helping them in the back-end. But Carlos and I are taking wickets in the middle that dents them. We go out there and give our best every time, and the support staff has been helpful in getting us to the top of the table. Phillipe is an absolute superstar. The coach has kept everyone together. There's no excuse to take the foot off the pedal now at the back end. 22:30 Local Time, 11:30 GMT, 17:00 IST: It was the Josh Philippe show through and through in this run chase, which ended only with the scores tied right at the end. Absolute belligerence at the top to get the Sixers well ahead of the rate in a shortened game. They were 30/0 after two overs, all of those runs coming from Philippe. He slowed down a touch as the innings progressed, with wickets falling around him, but still brought up his fifty off just 24 balls. Thunder needed to get rid of him to have a chance. That didn't happen. And so the Sixers solidify their position at the top of the table. And that's all we have from here. Goodbye! 12.4 Daniel Sams to Brathwaite, FOUR , Brathwaite punches it through the off-side field and that will be that Carlos Brathwaite, right handed bat, comes to the crease 12.3 Daniel Sams to Philippe, out Bowled!! Philippe is so disappointed. Takes a while to lift himself off the back knee which he had grounded to sweep the slower one away, only to miss and be denied the winning runs. Played so well. Philippe b Daniel Sams 64(36) [4s-7 6s-2] Daniel Sams to Philippe, THATS OUT!! Bowled!! 12.3 Daniel Sams to Philippe, wide , bouncer flies over the head, given wide 12.2 Daniel Sams to Philippe, 2 runs, short and wide, slapped wide of cover. Did the fielder get there with his dive? Not sure. It was hit hard though 12.1 Daniel Sams to Philippe, 2 runs, slower one on leg, flicked through square leg by Philippe who sprints back for two Just the 6 needed from two overs SYS: 123-4 after 12 overs 11.6 McAndrew to Christian, no run, short ball down leg, beats Christian on the pull, not far from brushing the gloves 11.5 McAndrew to Christian, SIX , full outside off, Christian smokes it over cover. All the way for six. The hitting form he displayed the other night is intact 11.5 McAndrew to Christian, wide , back of a length delivery down leg, only slightly down leg, Christian shuffles across and misses. Probably a bit harsh to be called wide considering Christian was originally standing outside leg 11.4 McAndrew to Philippe, 1 run, full around off, dragged to deep midwicket 11.3 McAndrew to Christian, byes, 1 run, back of a length delivery just outside off, Christian slashes and misses. It's a slower ball which drops just short of the keeper who fumbles and gives a bye 11.2 McAndrew to Christian, SIX , in the slot for Christian who is already standing outside leg stump in his stance. McAndrew tries to follow him but fails and is clubbed over mid-on for a flat six 11.1 McAndrew to Philippe, 1 run, yorker outside off, squeezed to cover Nathan McAndrew [2.0-0-20-1] is back into the attack SYS: 107-4 after 11 overs 10.6 Daniel Sams to Philippe, 1 run 10.5 Daniel Sams to Philippe, no run, slower wide yorker, Philippe sweeps and misses Load More Commentary

Sydney Thunder vs Sydney Sixers, 38th Match

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Sydney Thunder vs Sydney Sixers, 38th Match 03 Wednesday March 2021 022945000000

Sydney Sixers won by 5 wkts (DLS method)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 03 Wednesday March 2021 022945000000

SYT - 166/6 (20)
SYS - 132/5 (12.4)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 03 Wednesday March 2021 022945000000
CRR:  10.42

Player of the Match

Commentary

Steve O'Keefe | MoM: We initially thought it was flat but it was a bit two-paced, so I bowled a bit slower than I normally would. They're very dangerous at the top, with 80-90 run fliers helping them in the back-end. But Carlos and I are taking wickets in the middle that dents them. We go out there and give our best every time, and the support staff has been helpful in getting us to the top of the table. Phillipe is an absolute superstar. The coach has kept everyone together. There's no excuse to take the foot off the pedal now at the back end.

22:30 Local Time, 11:30 GMT, 17:00 IST: It was the Josh Philippe show through and through in this run chase, which ended only with the scores tied right at the end. Absolute belligerence at the top to get the Sixers well ahead of the rate in a shortened game. They were 30/0 after two overs, all of those runs coming from Philippe. He slowed down a touch as the innings progressed, with wickets falling around him, but still brought up his fifty off just 24 balls. Thunder needed to get rid of him to have a chance. That didn't happen. And so the Sixers solidify their position at the top of the table. And that's all we have from here. Goodbye!

12.4 Daniel Sams to Brathwaite, FOUR, Brathwaite punches it through the off-side field and that will be that

Carlos Brathwaite, right handed bat, comes to the crease

12.3 Daniel Sams to Philippe, out Bowled!! Philippe is so disappointed. Takes a while to lift himself off the back knee which he had grounded to sweep the slower one away, only to miss and be denied the winning runs. Played so well. Philippe b Daniel Sams 64(36) [4s-7 6s-2]

Daniel Sams to Philippe, THATS OUT!! Bowled!!

12.3 Daniel Sams to Philippe, wide, bouncer flies over the head, given wide

12.2 Daniel Sams to Philippe, 2 runs, short and wide, slapped wide of cover. Did the fielder get there with his dive? Not sure. It was hit hard though

12.1 Daniel Sams to Philippe, 2 runs, slower one on leg, flicked through square leg by Philippe who sprints back for two

Just the 6 needed from two overs

SYS: 123-4 after 12 overs

11.6 McAndrew to Christian, no run, short ball down leg, beats Christian on the pull, not far from brushing the gloves

11.5 McAndrew to Christian, SIX, full outside off, Christian smokes it over cover. All the way for six. The hitting form he displayed the other night is intact

11.5 McAndrew to Christian, wide, back of a length delivery down leg, only slightly down leg, Christian shuffles across and misses. Probably a bit harsh to be called wide considering Christian was originally standing outside leg

11.4 McAndrew to Philippe, 1 run, full around off, dragged to deep midwicket

11.3 McAndrew to Christian, byes, 1 run, back of a length delivery just outside off, Christian slashes and misses. It's a slower ball which drops just short of the keeper who fumbles and gives a bye

11.2 McAndrew to Christian, SIX, in the slot for Christian who is already standing outside leg stump in his stance. McAndrew tries to follow him but fails and is clubbed over mid-on for a flat six

11.1 McAndrew to Philippe, 1 run, yorker outside off, squeezed to cover

Nathan McAndrew [2.0-0-20-1] is back into the attack

SYS: 107-4 after 11 overs

10.6 Daniel Sams to Philippe, 1 run

10.5 Daniel Sams to Philippe, no run, slower wide yorker, Philippe sweeps and misses