Jake Weatherald and Alex Carey, who run the blitzkrieg, have kept alive in the finals, hoping to defend the Big Bash League champions Adelaides Strikers.
On Thursday, Adelaide disrupted the leader in leading Hobart Hurricanes in Launceston, lowering the goal to 170 with 13 balls.
Weatherald smacked 82 out of 42 balls, but Carey hit 54 out of 35 to breathe new life into the Strikers season.
To reach the age of 7-169 at Hobart, openers united by a stand of the century, which included 86, are excluded from the first six weather conditions. Eric was fired caught and looked at Simon Milenko's tenth, and Weatherald later carried three but was injured. Jonathan Wales (19 from outside) and Captain Colin Ingram (two out) led Strikers home.
The seven-door victory means that Strike is just two points behind Melbourne stars in fourth place and there is a mathematical chance that two games will be played in the finals.
Hurricanes published 7-169 after being sent to UTAS stadium where Captain Matthew Wade was the best result with 88 off 54 balls.
Hobart looked at a wide set of 13,846 in front of a house crowd but missed losing 5-19 in the last four pairs.
Ben Laughlin (3-31) was selected by Adelaide, but Afghan goalkeeper Rashid Khan and Michael Neser took two goals.
Wade combined a 59-seater stand with D & # 39; Arcy Short, which was caught at Laughlin's cap 26 of 19 balls.
Wade dropped 40 places from Neser to Laughlin. He also slipped the ball to 86, which had to be taken before Laughlin hit the next ball.
Now the hurricanes at the end of the table have lost two of the last three games.