Michael Klinger (above) was dismissed for 33 by Brett Lee after being caught by Sean Abbott © Getty Images
Michael Klinger (above) was dismissed for 33 by Brett Lee after being caught by Sean Abbott © Getty Images

Perth Scorchers opening batsman, Michael Klinger was dismissed for 33 by Brett Lee after being caught by Sean Abbott during the finals of the Big Bash League against Sydney Sixers at the Manuka Oval in Canberra on Wednesday. Currently, Scorchers are 71 for the loss a wicket after 12 overs with Shaun Marsh batting on 37 while Adam Voges makes his way in.

Earlier, Sydney Sixers won the toss and elected to bat first as they finished on 147 and set a target of 148 for Perth Scorchers to win their third title. Perth Scorchers have reached the final of Big Bash League in all three previous occasions. However, Scorchers only won the tournament last year. On the other hand, this will be Sydney Sixers second final after having reached and won in 2011-12. The final will also mark Brett Lee’s last match as the Australian veteran decided to hang up his boots at the end of the season.

Catch the live blog of the match here