Looks can be deceiving and so can the BBL ladder! Seventh (Perth) plays First (Sixers) tonight in what promises to be a great game of cricket.
The Scorchers have won two in a row and are back playing in front of a charged up home crowd.
Josh Inglis has been moved to the Scorchers middle order after he made a poor start to BBL 10. This has proven to be a master stroke from coach Adam Voges. Inglis made 72 not out in an 118 run stand with Colin Munro on Sunday night. The Melbourne Renegades were all out 89 in response.
The Sixers returned to winning form against the Strikers. They have recorded just two losses this season and look all but certain to play finals. They will need to keep winning though to secure the double chance.
If you have read any of my previous previews you would know I have been singing the Scorchers praises. Their batting and bowling is both of high quality and now that they have found the winning formula are going to take a power of beating.