Brisbane Heat is the favorite to win this game.
The 39th game of the 2020-21 Big Bash League (BBL) season will be played between Melbourne Renegades and Brisbane Heat at the Manuka Oval in Canberra.
This match will start at 1:45 p.m. IST (6:15 p.m. local time). It will be live on Sony Sports Network and live streaming is available on Sony LIV.
The two teams that meet tomorrow at the Manuka Oval have had bad BBL seasons so far, but morale should not be too low right now. The Melbourne Renegades could be the last team in this competition, but they broke their long streak of 7 games without a win in the last game.
In contrast, Brisbane Heat have recorded 3 wins in their last 4 games, having earned just one win in their first 5 appearances. After building momentum, both sides will be eager to script what will be a fantastic comeback story.
HEA vs REN Weather Report for Game 39:
It will be a clear and sunny day in Canberra, with the temperature hovering around 29 ° C. Chances of rain are only 10%.
The Manuka Oval field will have a lot to offer the drummers. A score of 180 should be competitive on this track.
Average score of the first rounds:
185 (5 BBL 2020-21 games played on the site)
Record of chasing teams
Won – 2, lost – 3, tie – 0
News on injuries and availability:
Afghan cricketers Mohammad Nabi and Mujeeb Ur Rahman have left for national functions. Morne Morkel is available for selection for Brisbane Heat.
HEA vs REN’s probable XIs today:
Max Bryant, Joe Denly, Chris Lynn (C), Jack Wildermuth, Joe Burns, Lewis Gregory, Jimmy Peirson (WK), James Bazley, Mark Steketee, Xavier Bartlett, Morne Morkel.
Matthew Kuhnemann, Sam Heazlett, Tom Cooper, Jack Wood, Ben Laughlin, Simon Milenko, Lachlan Pfeffer.
Aaron Finch (C), Sam Harper (WK), Jake Fraser-McGurk, Mackenzie Harvey, Beau Webster, Peter Hatzoglou, Imad Wasim, Jack Prestwidge, Will Sutherland, Noor Ahmad, Kane Richardson
Rilee Rossouw, Josh Lalor, Benny Howell, Cameron Boyce, Zak Evans, Mitchell Perry, Jon Holland, Brody Couch, Shaun Marsh
HEA vs REN Top picks for today’s Dream11 game:
Chris Lynn has been amazing since coming back from injury. The Brisbane Heat captain scored 223 points for an average of almost 45 and a strike rate of over 150.
While Lynn was the batting unit leader, Mark Steketee has been phenomenal in the Brisbane Heat Bowling Unit. He picked up 16 wickets in 8 games.
Aaron Finch poor form in this season’s BBL is well documented, but the Renegades captain has scored nearly 9,500 T20 points at a brilliant strike rate of over 140. If he gets in his rhythm, Finch can destroy n ‘ any bowling unit.
Kane richardson was impressive with the ball for the Reds. It has picked up 12 wickets and has an economy rate of just over 8 runs per over.
Jack wildermuth picked up 9 wickets, while it also maintained a fantastic saving rate of just over 6 races per over. On top of that, he also scored 71 points.
Selection of captain and vice-captain:
Captain options – Aaron Finch, Chris Lynn
Vice Captain’s Options – Mark Steketee, Jack Wildermuth
XI game suggestion # 1 for HEA vs REN Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
Guardian – Sam harper
Drummers – Chris Lynn (C), Max Bryant, Joe Burns, Aaron Finch
All-Rounders – Jack Wildermuth (VC), Lewis Gregory and Jack Prestwidge
Bowlers – Peter Hatzoglou, Mark Steketee, Kane Richardson
XI game suggestion # 2 for HEA vs REN Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
Guardian – Jimmy peirson
Drummers – Chris Lynn, Joe Denly, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Aaron Finch (C)
Versatile – Jack Wildermuth, Jack Prestwidge
Bowlers – Xavier Bartlett, Mark Steketee (VC), Kane Richardson, Morne Morkel
Peter Hatzoglou has picked up 10 wickets in 8 games, which is the second highest by any member of the Melbourne Renegades squad. It can be a great choice at 8.0 Cr.
Today’s HEA vs REN Likely Winners:
Brisbane Heat is expected to win this game.