Melbourne Stars will seal the last place in the Big Bash League finals if they beat Sydney Sixers, with the Thunder out of contention.
Saturday's Sydney derby in the BBL was incredibly one-sided, with the Sixers easing to victory to guarantee a semi-final berth.
Cameron Boyce was Melbourne Renegades' unlikely hero with the bat, blasting the joint-fastest BBL half-century of the tournament.
Perth Scorchers again came up just short against Sydney Thunder as Shaun Marsh's efforts were cancelled out by Callum Ferguson.
After losing an appeal against the result of their Brisbane Heat clash, Sydney Thunder were beaten at home by Melbourne Renegades.
Cricket Australia has deemed that the rules were applied correctly in the abandoned Brisbane Heat-Sydney Thunder BBL clash.
The Big Bash League clash between Brisbane Heat and Sydney Thunder was abandoned after the Gabba's floodlights were hit by a power cut.
Shane Watson smashed 68 off just 40 balls in the Sydney Thunder's 71-run victory against the Adelaide Strikers on Sunday.
Brisbane Heat beat Sydney Thunder by 15 runs on the Duckworth-Lewis method as Brendon McCullum and Chris Lynn scored half-centuries.
Sydney Thunder had no answer to the partnership of Glenn Maxwell and Nick Larkin, while Marcus Stoinis produced a strong display.