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Adelaide Strikers vs Brisbane Heat, 46th Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Adelaide Strikers vs Brisbane Heat, 46th Match 04 Thursday March 2021 184436000000 Adelaide Strikers won by 82 runs Cricinfo Commentary updated on 04 Thursday March 2021 184436000000 ADS - 197/5 (20) BRH - 115 (17.3) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 04 Thursday March 2021 184436000000 CRR:  6.57 Player of the Match Alex Carey Scorecard Refresh Commentary That's all we've got from this one-sided encounter. Don't forget to tune in for tomorrow's double header. Until then, goodbye... Alex Carey | Player of the Match : Very happy with the result. Hopefully this will give us the momentum. Agar was brilliant with the ball. We tried everything in the books, Jake was outstanding at the top. Great to have Nas back, no surprises what he did there (about the catch) but really unbelievable. Will see if I go back in the auction (IPL). We are lucky how the draws panned out for us. Sydney Thunder have played very good cricket, so a couple of big games to go for us. 21:48 Local Time, 11:18 GMT, 16:48 IST: The Strikers collect four points and move to the fourth spot with this comprehensive win. A superb all-round performance from the hosts. Right from the toss, everything went right for the Strikers. After opting to bat, they posted a mammoth total on the board on the back of Alex Carey's century - the first ton of BBL 10 . The wicketkeeper-batsman played a gem and was ably supported by the other top-order Adelaide top-order batsmen which laid the platform for the win. Chasing 198, Brisbane never got going. They lost Lynn in the mandatory powerplay and just when a partnership started to build, Agar nipped it by removing both the set batsmen in the same over. The Heat's move to take the Power Surge in the 11th over too backfired as they lost back-to-back wickets. The X-factor sub - Max Bryant - hit a couple of sixes, but that only delayed the foregone conclusion. 17.3 Siddle to Swepson, out Caught by Neser!! Adelaide Strikers win by 82 runs! That's a screamer from Neser! Full ball on middle, Swepson backs away and plays a decent-looking airy drive to the left of mid-off. He would have thought that it was heading towards the boundary. But, Neser had other ideas. The pacer runs to his left and flies to his left to pluck it out of thin air. A one-handed stunner to complete the proceedings. Swepson c Neser b Siddle 4(6) Siddle to Swepson, THATS OUT!! Caught!! 17.2 Siddle to Xavier Bartlett, 1 run, full and around off, Bartlett lifts it over the covers 17.1 Siddle to Xavier Bartlett, no run, 140.1kph , yorker, Bartlett somehow manages to squeeze it out towards short third man Peter Siddle [2.0-0-12-2] is back into the attack Xavier Bartlett, right handed bat, comes to the crease BRH: 114-9 after 17 overs 16.6 Wes Agar to Bryant, out Caught by Philip Salt!! Fourth wicket of Wes Agar! 137.9kph, Bryant backs away and the bowler follows him with a full ball. It was in the slot and Bryant swung his bat to hoick it over mid-wicket. Doesn't get the required elevation and holes out at deep mid-wicket. A straightforward catch for Salt who reverses-cups it. Bryant c Philip Salt b Wes Agar 25(16) [6s-2] Wes Agar to Bryant, THATS OUT!! Caught!! 16.5 Wes Agar to Swepson, 1 run, 138.3kph, low full toss, Swepson stays leg-side of the ball and plays a wristy drive towards extra cover. A slight fumble allows the batsmen to rotate strike 16.4 Wes Agar to Bryant, 1 run, 135.8kph, full toss down leg, flicked away to deep backward square leg 16.3 Wes Agar to Bryant, SIX , 139.3kph, short one that doesn't rise much. Bryant picks it early and swivel-pulls it over long leg. Clean strike. Admires his shot too... 16.2 Wes Agar to Swepson, 1 run, 135.1kph, very full again, flicked off the inner edge to fine leg 16.1 Wes Agar to Swepson, no run, Agar slips in a yorker and a backing away Swepson brings his bat down in time to jam it out Wes Agar [3.0-0-18-3] is back into the attack BRH: 105-8 after 16 overs 15.6 Briggs to Bryant, 2 runs, 104.3kph, leg-stump half-volley, whipped away through backward square leg and the man in the deep does well to keep the batsmen down to a couple 15.5 Briggs to Swepson, 1 run, Swepson moves leg-side and lifts this non-turner over the covers 15.4 Briggs to Bryant, 1 run, full toss and that's been jabbed to deep mid-wicket Load More Commentary

Adelaide Strikers vs Brisbane Heat, 46th Match

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Adelaide Strikers vs Brisbane Heat, 46th Match 04 Thursday March 2021 184436000000

Adelaide Strikers won by 82 runs

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 04 Thursday March 2021 184436000000

ADS - 197/5 (20)
BRH - 115 (17.3)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 04 Thursday March 2021 184436000000
CRR:  6.57

Player of the Match

Commentary

That's all we've got from this one-sided encounter. Don't forget to tune in for tomorrow's double header. Until then, goodbye...

Alex Carey | Player of the Match: Very happy with the result. Hopefully this will give us the momentum. Agar was brilliant with the ball. We tried everything in the books, Jake was outstanding at the top. Great to have Nas back, no surprises what he did there (about the catch) but really unbelievable. Will see if I go back in the auction (IPL). We are lucky how the draws panned out for us. Sydney Thunder have played very good cricket, so a couple of big games to go for us.

21:48 Local Time, 11:18 GMT, 16:48 IST: The Strikers collect four points and move to the fourth spot with this comprehensive win. A superb all-round performance from the hosts. Right from the toss, everything went right for the Strikers. After opting to bat, they posted a mammoth total on the board on the back of Alex Carey's century - the first ton of BBL 10. The wicketkeeper-batsman played a gem and was ably supported by the other top-order Adelaide top-order batsmen which laid the platform for the win. Chasing 198, Brisbane never got going. They lost Lynn in the mandatory powerplay and just when a partnership started to build, Agar nipped it by removing both the set batsmen in the same over. The Heat's move to take the Power Surge in the 11th over too backfired as they lost back-to-back wickets. The X-factor sub - Max Bryant - hit a couple of sixes, but that only delayed the foregone conclusion.

17.3 Siddle to Swepson, out Caught by Neser!! Adelaide Strikers win by 82 runs! That's a screamer from Neser! Full ball on middle, Swepson backs away and plays a decent-looking airy drive to the left of mid-off. He would have thought that it was heading towards the boundary. But, Neser had other ideas. The pacer runs to his left and flies to his left to pluck it out of thin air. A one-handed stunner to complete the proceedings. Swepson c Neser b Siddle 4(6)

Siddle to Swepson, THATS OUT!! Caught!!

17.2 Siddle to Xavier Bartlett, 1 run, full and around off, Bartlett lifts it over the covers

17.1 Siddle to Xavier Bartlett, no run, 140.1kph, yorker, Bartlett somehow manages to squeeze it out towards short third man

Peter Siddle [2.0-0-12-2] is back into the attack

Xavier Bartlett, right handed bat, comes to the crease

BRH: 114-9 after 17 overs

16.6 Wes Agar to Bryant, out Caught by Philip Salt!! Fourth wicket of Wes Agar! 137.9kph, Bryant backs away and the bowler follows him with a full ball. It was in the slot and Bryant swung his bat to hoick it over mid-wicket. Doesn't get the required elevation and holes out at deep mid-wicket. A straightforward catch for Salt who reverses-cups it. Bryant c Philip Salt b Wes Agar 25(16) [6s-2]

Wes Agar to Bryant, THATS OUT!! Caught!!

16.5 Wes Agar to Swepson, 1 run, 138.3kph, low full toss, Swepson stays leg-side of the ball and plays a wristy drive towards extra cover. A slight fumble allows the batsmen to rotate strike

16.4 Wes Agar to Bryant, 1 run, 135.8kph, full toss down leg, flicked away to deep backward square leg

16.3 Wes Agar to Bryant, SIX, 139.3kph, short one that doesn't rise much. Bryant picks it early and swivel-pulls it over long leg. Clean strike. Admires his shot too...

16.2 Wes Agar to Swepson, 1 run, 135.1kph, very full again, flicked off the inner edge to fine leg

16.1 Wes Agar to Swepson, no run, Agar slips in a yorker and a backing away Swepson brings his bat down in time to jam it out

Wes Agar [3.0-0-18-3] is back into the attack

BRH: 105-8 after 16 overs

15.6 Briggs to Bryant, 2 runs, 104.3kph, leg-stump half-volley, whipped away through backward square leg and the man in the deep does well to keep the batsmen down to a couple

15.5 Briggs to Swepson, 1 run, Swepson moves leg-side and lifts this non-turner over the covers

15.4 Briggs to Bryant, 1 run, full toss and that's been jabbed to deep mid-wicket