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Toss Winner - Hobart Hurricanes won the toss and chose to bat first
Brisbane Heat beat Hobart Hurricanes by 5 wickets
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Brisbane Heat will beat the Hobart Hurricanes!
Tournament: BIG BASH LEAGUE 2019-20 | Format: T20 | Venue: The Gabba, Brisbane, Australia | Toss: To BowlBet Now
Every player is doing his best to make a mark in the BBL this season so that they can garner the attention of the national selectors. Brisbane Heat and Hobart Hurricanes are almost in a similar situation with an equal number of points from equal number of matches so far. They cross roads against each other for the second time in a week this season. Brisbane Heat is high on morale and form with two back-to-back wins and is looking for their third on a trot.
Hobart Hurricanes won their last match against Perth Scorchers after losing their first encounter against Brisbane Heat. Both teams will look to win this match and surge ahead of the other team in the table.
Brisbane Heat`s batting order is in top gear with scores of 212 runs (20 overs) & 119 runs (8 overs) in the last two matches. Bash Bros 2.0 Tom Banton (56 runs) and Chris Lynn (31 runs) shared a massive 90 runs partnership last match in just 5 overs. Max Bryant and Matt Renshaw have contributed with crucial runs and are looking in good form.
The rest of the batting lineup is hugely untested. Jack Prestwidge has been a valuable addition to their bowling attack as he has taken 5 wickets in just 4 overs (across three matches) he bowled this season. Josh Lalor, Ben Cutting, and Ben Laughlin form an experienced bowling attack and will look to keep continuing their good work. Zakir Khan is the X-factor bowler and he has impressed everyone with his variations and wrong ones.
Chris Lynn – Chris Lynn is in red hot form scoring 247 runs this season with 2 fifties at a strike rate of 170 so far. He forms a deadly combo with max Bryant and Tom Banton at the top of the order.
Zakir Khan – Zakir Khan has 6 wickets at an economy of just 6.5 RPO this season. He has been their go-to bowler and is taking wickets at crucial moments whenever the team needs.
Ben Laughlin, Chris Lynn (c), Ben Cutting, Josh Lalor, Jimmy Peirson (wk), Matt Renshaw, Mitchell Swepson, Zahir Khan, Tom Banton, Max Bryant, Jack Prestwidge
Ben Cutting, Zahir Khan, Ben Laughlin, Matt Renshaw, Chris Lynn, Joe Burns , Josh Lalor, Mitchell Swepson, Jimmy Peirson, Max Bryant, Tom Banton
Hurricanes batting unit scored 180+ runs in back-to-back matches recently. D Arcy Short`s century to their team total to 180 runs in the last match. Caleb Jewel, Ben McDermott, and David Miller are scoring 20s and 30s but are building on to a big score from the good starts.
Scott Boland and Nathan Ellis took 2 wickets each to put brakes on the scoring rate the last match. They reduced the opposition to 18/3 inside the powerplay overs before late cameos from lower-order threatened the chase. Qais Ahmed and Riley Meredith are their premier bowler this season with 8 & 10 wickets respectively.
D Arcy Short – Short scored 103 runs off 70 balls in the last match and shared three 50+ partnerships with Caleb Jewell, David Miller, and Ben McDermott respectively. He will also look to chip in with some vital overs in the middle phase.
Riley Meredith – Meredith has been their consistent performer with the new ball this season. He has 10 wickets at the economy of just 6.7 RPO and also takes into the fact that he bowls with field restrictions.
George Bailey, David Miller, Scott Boland, Ben McDermott (c & wk), Simon Milenko, D Arcy Short, Qais Ahmad, Caleb Jewell, Riley Meredith, Thomas Rogers, Nathan Ellis
Scott Boland, Nathan Ellis, Thomas Rogers, Clive Rose, Ben McDermott, Caleb Jewell, Matthew Wade, David Miller, Simon Milenko, George Bailey, Qais Ahmad
The weather looks dark and cloudy with just 80% chances of rain and we can expect rain to intervene at some point of the match.
Gabba is one of the spicier tracks in the Australian circuit. The new ball is expected to fly with pace and bounce and we can expect some thunderstorms from pace bowlers. The average score here will be around 160-170 runs.
We rain threat looming and taking DLS equation into consideration batting second is the best and safe option here. .
Brisbane Heat batting lineup is a red hot form with the likes of Lynn, Banton and Bryant firing consistently while Hobart Hurricanes depend heavily on D Arcy Short.
Both teams have an average pace attack that lacks a strike bowler with an Afghani leggie in the spin department.
Hurricane pip Heat only marginally in the bowling but they have the threat of Heat`s top order on the way. We expect Brisbane Heat to win the match.
Brisbane Heat will beat the Hobart Hurricanes!
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