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Recent Match Report - Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers, Big Bash League, 54th Match | ESPNcricinfo.com


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Coulter-Nile 2-28
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Laughlin
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Rashid 2-22
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Josh Inglis
Mitchell Marsh
Nathan Coulter-Nile
Jon Wells
Harry Nielsen
Rashid Khan
Jason Behrendorff
AJ Tye
Cameron Bancroft
David Shepard
Ben Laughlin
Ashton Turner
Adam Voges
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Jake Weatherald
Matt Kelly


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Summary

Adelaide Strikers 5 for 175 (Wells 69, Nielsen 44*, Coulter-Nile 2-28) beat Perth Scorchers 6 for 174 (Inglis 55, Marsh 50*, Rashid 2-22) by five wicketsAdelaide Strikers avoided following their first Big Bash League title in 2018 with a bottom finish for 2019 by easing past Perth Scorchers, who were handed the ignominy of ending at last place following a five-wicket defeat at Adelaide Oval.In a match marked by less than elite fielding standards, the Scorchers were able to push to 174 via the contributions of Josh Inglis, Mitchell Marsh and Nathan Coulter-Nile, but they were outdone by the middle order composure of Jon Wells and Harry Nielsen, who shrugged off three early Strikers wickets to put together the key stand of the match.Rashid Khan delivered yet another exemplary spell for the hosts, while both Jason Behrendorff and AJ Tye were highly expensive for the Scorchers, as the Perth team's previously outstanding command of the defensive elements of the game continued to go awry.Rashid, Laughlin find the padsIn a contest between the two most diminished teams since last year's competition, the Adelaide Oval crowd (paltry) and the reward on the line (avoiding last place on the table) rather summed this up.

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