| On Updated : Dec 18, 2020 5:21 PM IST

HUR vs REN Today Match Prediction Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Renegades dream11 team Today 19 December

HUR vs REN today match prediction: Both the teams are coming after a defeat and this game will be an exciting contest to say the least. After a dominant start to their season, both the teams have slumped to a convincing defeat, Renegades in particular where they were brushed aside by Sixers in their last league game. REN are a high volatile side and with no Aaron Finch, it will be interesting to see how they are going to manage in this game.

Lets take a look at HUR vs REN dream11 prediction

HUR vs REN dream11 match today

In HUR vs REN today match prediction, lets take a look at the strengths and weaknesses of both the sides


Hobart Hurricanes (HUR)

What has been the biggest highlight of India's tour of Australia 2020-21?

  • The return of Ben Mcdermott has added some real stability to their batting order.
  • Their pace bowling battery is operating in top form at the moment.
  • Tim David has been outstanding so far in this season so far who has been acing the difficult role of a finisher.

Melbourne Renegades (REN)

  • The addition of Mohammad Nabi will change their team dynamics to a great deal. He can contribute with both bat and ball
  • Shaun Marsh at the top of the order is always a boost to any T20 side.
  • Peter Hatzoglou will have a solid partner this time around in the form of Mohammad Nabi.


Hobart Hurricanes (HUR)

  • They lack a firepower in the middle overs if D Arcy Short goes early.
  • Johan Botha can be a weaklink if opposition decide to target the aging off spinner

Melbourne Renegades (REN)

  • There will be a huge void in the absence of their regular captain Aaron Finch at the top of the order.
  • Their middle order need to standup as their middle order looked rusty so far.

Form guide (Last 5 games)



Records at Hobart (T20 format)

HUR- 23 wins and 18 defeats in 42 games

REN- 5 wins and 4 defeats in 9 games

HUR vs REN playing11

HUR playing 11

Maclister Wright, D Arcy Short, Ben Mcdermott, Colin Ingram, Peter Handscomb, Tim David, James Faulkner, Keemo Paul, Riley Meredith, Scott Boland, Johan Botha

REN playing 11

Shaun Marsh, Zak Evans, Mackenzie Harvey, Rilee Rossouw, Sam Harper, Beau Webster, Mohammad Nabi, Jack Prestwidge, Peter Hatzoglou, Kane Richardson, Josh Lalor

BBL 2020 prediction: HUR vs REN who will win today?

In HUR vs REN who will win today match section, according to betting sites, the odds are in favor of Hobart Hurricanes.

Bet365: HUR- 1.80, REN- 2.10

Betway: HUR- 1.72, REN- 2.00

HUR vs REN dream11 team prediction tips

Lets take a look at important players from both the sides in HUR vs REN dream11 prediction

D Arcy Short: He was dismissed to a ball going down the leg in the return fixture against Adelaide Strikers and he will be determined to do well this time around. He walks straight into any fantasy team.

Kane Richardson: The wicket taking machine. He was dealt with easily by Adelaide Strikers the other day but he is a genuine wicket taker and surely cannot be left out of the team

Colin Ingram: He has had a solid start to this year’s BBL so far. He is in very good form as well. There are no real big threats in the Renegades bowling attack to both Colin Ingram.

Ben Mcdermott: He scored a solid 46 off 33 balls in his first game of the season. He plays at the crucial #3 spot and is in sublime form at the moment. He looked at ease facing Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammad Shami in the practice game which should give him even more confidence.

Other picks: Mohammad Nabi, Peter Hatzoglou and Riley Meredith are all good picks

Today HUR vs REN match score: Team batting first will be looking to get around 180

Today match pitch report: The wicket might be a two paced but should hold good for 40 overs of the game

Who won last game: STR won the game by 5 wickets against HUR.

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