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T20 Big Bash
Sydney Thunder slumped to a seventh straight defeat in the Big Bash League, going down by nine wickets against Perth Scorchers at the WACA.
The Thunder, bottom of the table and without a win in this year's tournament, limped to 113-9 in their 20 overs after opting to bat first.
Usman Khawaja scored 56 at number four but received little support from his team-mates, Mark Cosgrove's 18 the next best score.
The Scorchers' 41-year-old spinner Brad Hogg finished with figures of 4-29.
Herschelle Gibbs departed early in Perth's run chase but second-wicket pair Shaun Marsh (56no) and Marcus North (39no) made light work of pursuing such a modest target, sharing an unbroken 105-run stand that finished the game in the 14th over.
The result moves the Scorchers up to second in the table, two points behind the Melbourne Renegades.Twenty20 Big Bash. Click here to bet.