BBL 2022-23: Match 11 - Best Rario Player cards to own for Sydney Sixers vs Hobart Hurricanes
Sydney Sixers are set to host Hobart Hurricanes for Match 11 of the Big Bash League (BBL) 2022-23 on Thursday (December 22). The game will be played at the iconic Sydney Cricket Ground and holds critical weightage in the initial days of the long season ahead.
Heading into the game, the Sixers are placed at the bottom of the pile after successive defeats from their two matches and need to bounce back on their home turf to revitalise their playoff hopes.
For Hurricanes, the quest is to find consistency with their results, positioned in the fifth in the table with one win and one loss from their first two games.
Sydney Sixers Probable XI: Josh Philippe (wk), Kurtis Patterson, James Vince, Moises Henriques (c), Jordan Silk, Daniel Christian, Hayden Kerr, Sean Abbott, Jackson Bird, Naveen-ul-Haq, Izharulhaq Naveed
Hobart Hurricanes Probable XI: Ben McDermott, D Arcy Short, Matthew Wade (c & wk), Shadab Khan, Tim David, Asif Ali, James Neesham, Joel Paris, Nathan Ellis, Patrick Dooley, Riley Meredith
Which Player Cards Can Bring Best Results on Rario's D3.Club for BBL 2022-23 Match 11?
Matthew Wade (wicketkeeper)
Wade was outstanding with the bat for Hurricanes in their win over the Scorchers in the last match. The experienced Aussie cricketer blasted his way to a match-winning 51 off 29 balls in the first half, including 5 fours and 2 sixes.
Jordan Silk (Batter)
Silk was the only Sixers batter to get going in their defeat against the Perth Scorchers in the last match. The middle-order played an impressive knock of 41 off 32 balls during the lost run-chase, emerging as the Sixers' only positive from an otherwise disappointing outcome.
Riley Meredith (Bowler)
Meredith played his part in Hurricanes' win over the Scorchers in the last match, coming out with figures of 2 for 36 to his name. The bowler will be vying for another influential performance in his team's win as they take on the Sixers.
Which category to choose if you have the same players under different categories?
If Russell scored 100 base points and you used a bronze Andre Russell card with an XP of 20%, the total score of your card would be: 100+(100*20%)+10 = 130
Now, if in the same contest, you used a gold Andre Russel card with an XP of 16%, the total score of the card would have been: 100+(100*16%)+30 = 146
Basically, the higher category card you use, the better the rewards.
What contests are there on Rario's D3.Club?
There's the Starter, Expert and Elite contests for users to join with each having its own set of criteria.
Starter contest - This can be played with 3 Bronze Cards only
Expert contest - This can be played with minimum one Silver or a maximum of 1 Gold card.
Elite contest - To play this, you need to have at least 1 Black card. The condition for this contest is to have 1 Black, 1 Gold and 1 Silver card.
More details about the game here.