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Cricket news - Vince, bowlers set-up big win for Sixers

James Vince stroked 6 boundaries and 2 sixes

James Vince 46-ball 75 coupled to a common bowling performance powered Sydney Sixers, a 79-run victory over Brisbane heat at the SCG on Sunday (20. January). With this victory, the Sixers snapped have to stretch their two-game losing and jump on the second place in the points table.

Brisbane Heat captain Chris Lynn won the toss and decided to host in the bat. In a surprising move, Josh, Philippe got a promotion at the top of the order. The " keeper-batsman blasted a flurry of boundaries, before his innings was cut short by Lalor, who struck twice in successive overs, sends openers back to the pavilion. Henriques also not long, top-edges a pull-off Doggett third man. The Sixers were 62/3, that the stage and looked up, desperate for a movement.

James Vince joined silk hands with Jordan and the duo stabilised the ship, sew a 106-run stand for the fourth wicket. The former rode his luck with Doggett to drop him twice on 31 and 57. The Englishman brought his fifty from 36 balls and upping began to up the ante after the milestone. Silk came, in fact, so good, kart about to Cut for four boundaries in his third. The hosts seemed destined for the final assault, but the heat made a strong comeback towards the end. First get rid of both batsmen and then the run-flow choking due to some brilliant death bowling from Lalor, and Doggett, with the former finishing with a fifer as the Sixers recorded a healthy 177/7 in their 20 overs.

In response, Brisbane Heat got off to a bad start losing to Bryant prior to the fourth ball of the innings with Steve O'keefe clean it for a blob. You past were faced with a setback at Abbott prised from Chris Lynn off his first ball in the fifth. The visitors were reduced to 25/2 inside 6 overs - their worst ever score on the Powerplay. Things went pear shaped for Brisbane as Pope Peirson and Brendon McCullum consumed in his second and fourth, on the left you reeling on 53/4.

Ben Cutting displayed his big-hitting prowess and held to move the scorecard. But it was too little and too late for the heat. They kept losing wickets at regular intervals and hit a roadblock. With the please on evaluate climb with each, cutting-decided to accelerate and in the process Tom Curran 28. The result was a foregone conclusion and Brisbane were dismantled for a paltry 97, succumb to their fifth loss of the season. Tom Curran and Sean Abbott took three wickets each, Lloyd Pope claimed two while Steve O'keefe took a solitary wicket.

Brief Scores: Sydney Sixers 177/7 in 20 overs (James Vince 75, Jordan silk 41; Josh Lalor 5-26) beat Brisbane Heat 97 in 18.1 overs (Ben Cutting, 28, Brendon McCullum 27; Sean Abbott 3-18, Tom Curran 3-16) by 79 runs.

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