Sport Scorchers to bowl first against Renegades

13:45  08 january  2018
13:45  08 january  2018 Source:   MSN

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Perth Scorchers won the toss and elected to bowl . A depleted Perth Scorchers outfit faces a huge challenge against the high-flying Melbourne Renegades tonight. Join The Roar for live scores from the match at the WACA on Monday night, starting from 9:20pm AEDT.

Mitchell Johnson of the Scorchers © AAP Image/Richard Wainwright Mitchell Johnson of the Scorchers The Perth Scorchers have won the toss and elected to bowl in their T20 BBL clash with the Melbourne Renegades at the WACA Ground on Monday night.

The Scorchers have been boosted by the return of star paceman Mitchell Johnson, who was rested from the loss to Brisbane Heat.

Renegades spinner Brad Hogg will be making his first appearance at the WACA since officially departing the Scorchers in July 2016.

Both the Scorchers and Renegades enter the match with 4-1 records.

Will Bosisto has been named 12th man for the Scorchers, while Matthew Short will carry the drinks for the Renegades.

Scorchers: Adam Voges (capt), Ashton Agar, Hilton Cartwright, Tim David, Josh Inglis, Mitchell Johnson, Michael Klinger, Jhye Richardson, Ashton Turner, Andrew Tye, David Willey, Will Bosisto (12th man).

Renegades: Aaron Finch (capt), Dwayne Bravo, Tom Cooper, Marcus Harris, Brad Hodge, Brad Hogg, Tim Ludeman, Mohammad Nabi, Kane Richardson, Cameron White, Jack Wildermuth, Matt Short (12th man).

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