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Sydney Sixers vs Perth Scorchers, Qualifier Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Sydney Sixers vs Perth Scorchers, Qualifier 08 Monday March 2021 161538000000 Sydney Sixers won by 9 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 08 Monday March 2021 161538000000 PRS - 167/6 (20) SYS - 168/1 (17) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 08 Monday March 2021 161538000000 CRR:  9.88 Player of the Match James Vince Scorecard Refresh Commentary That brings an end to our coverage of the Qualifier. It was a rather one-sided contest, but the Scorchers have one more chance to make it to the grand finale. Hopefully, they come up with a much better and competitive performance in the Challenger. For now, this is Nikhil signing off on behalf of Pradeep, Sriram and Venkatesh. Do join us for the coverage of the Knockout between Sydney Thunder and Brisbane Heat that is to be played at the Manuka Oval tomorrow. Ciao! James Vince (Player of the Match) - We weren't sure about the conditions, a few balls were moving around when we bowled, Phillipe took the pressure off me with a few early boundaries. Two more would have been nice, but great to contribute and be there till the end. 'Only he will know' (on AJ Tye's wide, if it was deliberate), but we should have been home in the previous over, but just happy to be finishing unbeaten. It will be amazing to be at the SCG, it's an amazing prospect after being on the road for so long. Great turnabout, nice to see so many traveling to support us, looking forward to Saturday (February 6th) for the final. 22:24 Local Time, 11:24 GMT, 16:54 IST: Sydney Sixers become the first team to seal a spot in the final of BBL 10. Meanwhile, the loser of this contest i.e the Scorchers will play the Challenger against the winner of the Knockout (either Brisbane Heat or Sydney Thunder). Wasn't the greatest of the games for the Scorchers as they struggled right throughout the match. Yes, they did win the toss, but the pitch wasn't that easy to bat on earlier in the day, as compared to what it was during the second half of the game. As a result of the two paced wicket, Scorchers couldn't get off to a good start as they lost both openers early. Josh Inglis played a pivotal knock as he helped the Scorchers breach the 160-run mark. But with dew setting in, such a total was never going to be enough. The Sixers openers made life further difficult for the opposition with their fantastic 92-run stand. And once Phillipe departed, Vince took the onus as he didn't let the wicket hamper the momentum. The Englishman notched up his highest score in the history of BBL as he helped the Sixers storm into the finals with three overs to spare. No doubt, he is the Man of the Match. Let’s hear it from the man himself.. 17.1 Tye to James Vince, wide , this reminds me of that deliberate no ball by Suraj Randiv against Sehwag where the latter was denied a century. Tye has done something similar to that. Just that this is a wide ball. Short, above the batsman's head and it's down the leg side. Truly deserved a century there! Anyway, what a knock by Vince who has powered the Sixers into the finals of BBL 10. Handshakes and hugs all around the Sixers camp Andrew Tye [3.0-0-30-0] is back into the attack Sixers need 1 run, Vince requires 2 for his century SYS: 167-1 after 17 overs 16.6 J Richardson to Daniel Hughes, no run, lovely! Banged short by Richardson and the batsman has swayed away. Three dots by Daniel Hughes, that's like a good boy 16.5 J Richardson to Daniel Hughes, no run, ain't they love it even further as Daniel Hughes blocks this into the off side 16.4 J Richardson to Daniel Hughes, no run, right into the blockhole, Daniel Hughes digs it out 16.3 J Richardson to Daniel Hughes, FOUR , the crowd doesn't like it as Daniel Hughes gets a boundary accidentally. They are booing Daniel Hughes, because that has reduced the chance of Vince getting a century with just one required 16.2 J Richardson to James Vince, 1 run, on a length outside off and James Vince drives it towards extra cover for one 16.1 J Richardson to James Vince, FOUR , thank you, says James Vince! A half volley by the bowler and it has been thumped right over him by the batsman. Cleanly lfted drive as Vince moves to 97* with this boundary Jhye Richardson [3.0-0-27-0] is back into the attack Power Surge time! Probably the last over of the contest with Vince looking to finish things off SYS: 158-1 after 16 overs 15.6 Livingstone to Daniel Hughes, 2 runs, puts on his dancing shoes and lofts this one through covers for a couple of runs more 15.5 Livingstone to James Vince, 1 run, driven uppishly to long-off by James Vince as he takes one more run. He's in no hurry with majority of the job done already 15.4 Livingstone to Daniel Hughes, 1 run, very full ball around off as Daniel Hughes drives it down to long-off 15.3 Livingstone to James Vince, 1 run, James Vince clips this one through deep mid-wicket for one run 15.2 Livingstone to Daniel Hughes, 1 run, looks to drive this into the off side, but the ball keeps straight, catches the inside edge and rolls into the leg side 15.1 Livingstone to James Vince, 1 run, nurdles this short ball through mid-wicket for one Load More Commentary

Sydney Sixers vs Perth Scorchers, Qualifier

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Sydney Sixers won by 9 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 08 Monday March 2021 161538000000

PRS - 167/6 (20)
SYS - 168/1 (17)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 08 Monday March 2021 161538000000
CRR:  9.88

Player of the Match

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That brings an end to our coverage of the Qualifier. It was a rather one-sided contest, but the Scorchers have one more chance to make it to the grand finale. Hopefully, they come up with a much better and competitive performance in the Challenger. For now, this is Nikhil signing off on behalf of Pradeep, Sriram and Venkatesh. Do join us for the coverage of the Knockout between Sydney Thunder and Brisbane Heat that is to be played at the Manuka Oval tomorrow. Ciao!

James Vince (Player of the Match) - We weren't sure about the conditions, a few balls were moving around when we bowled, Phillipe took the pressure off me with a few early boundaries. Two more would have been nice, but great to contribute and be there till the end. 'Only he will know' (on AJ Tye's wide, if it was deliberate), but we should have been home in the previous over, but just happy to be finishing unbeaten. It will be amazing to be at the SCG, it's an amazing prospect after being on the road for so long. Great turnabout, nice to see so many traveling to support us, looking forward to Saturday (February 6th) for the final.

22:24 Local Time, 11:24 GMT, 16:54 IST: Sydney Sixers become the first team to seal a spot in the final of BBL 10. Meanwhile, the loser of this contest i.e the Scorchers will play the Challenger against the winner of the Knockout (either Brisbane Heat or Sydney Thunder). Wasn't the greatest of the games for the Scorchers as they struggled right throughout the match. Yes, they did win the toss, but the pitch wasn't that easy to bat on earlier in the day, as compared to what it was during the second half of the game. As a result of the two paced wicket, Scorchers couldn't get off to a good start as they lost both openers early. Josh Inglis played a pivotal knock as he helped the Scorchers breach the 160-run mark. But with dew setting in, such a total was never going to be enough. The Sixers openers made life further difficult for the opposition with their fantastic 92-run stand. And once Phillipe departed, Vince took the onus as he didn't let the wicket hamper the momentum. The Englishman notched up his highest score in the history of BBL as he helped the Sixers storm into the finals with three overs to spare. No doubt, he is the Man of the Match. Let’s hear it from the man himself..

17.1 Tye to James Vince, wide, this reminds me of that deliberate no ball by Suraj Randiv against Sehwag where the latter was denied a century. Tye has done something similar to that. Just that this is a wide ball. Short, above the batsman's head and it's down the leg side. Truly deserved a century there! Anyway, what a knock by Vince who has powered the Sixers into the finals of BBL 10. Handshakes and hugs all around the Sixers camp

Andrew Tye [3.0-0-30-0] is back into the attack

Sixers need 1 run, Vince requires 2 for his century

SYS: 167-1 after 17 overs

16.6 J Richardson to Daniel Hughes, no run, lovely! Banged short by Richardson and the batsman has swayed away. Three dots by Daniel Hughes, that's like a good boy

16.5 J Richardson to Daniel Hughes, no run, ain't they love it even further as Daniel Hughes blocks this into the off side

16.4 J Richardson to Daniel Hughes, no run, right into the blockhole, Daniel Hughes digs it out

16.3 J Richardson to Daniel Hughes, FOUR, the crowd doesn't like it as Daniel Hughes gets a boundary accidentally. They are booing Daniel Hughes, because that has reduced the chance of Vince getting a century with just one required

16.2 J Richardson to James Vince, 1 run, on a length outside off and James Vince drives it towards extra cover for one

16.1 J Richardson to James Vince, FOUR, thank you, says James Vince! A half volley by the bowler and it has been thumped right over him by the batsman. Cleanly lfted drive as Vince moves to 97* with this boundary

Jhye Richardson [3.0-0-27-0] is back into the attack

Power Surge time! Probably the last over of the contest with Vince looking to finish things off

SYS: 158-1 after 16 overs

15.6 Livingstone to Daniel Hughes, 2 runs, puts on his dancing shoes and lofts this one through covers for a couple of runs more

15.5 Livingstone to James Vince, 1 run, driven uppishly to long-off by James Vince as he takes one more run. He's in no hurry with majority of the job done already

15.4 Livingstone to Daniel Hughes, 1 run, very full ball around off as Daniel Hughes drives it down to long-off

15.3 Livingstone to James Vince, 1 run, James Vince clips this one through deep mid-wicket for one run

15.2 Livingstone to Daniel Hughes, 1 run, looks to drive this into the off side, but the ball keeps straight, catches the inside edge and rolls into the leg side

15.1 Livingstone to James Vince, 1 run, nurdles this short ball through mid-wicket for one