Brisbane Heat vs Melbourne Renegades

Brisbane Heat will go for their third straight success when they go up against Melbourne Renegades in this 26th session of the Big Bash League.

The match will be played on January 10 at the Gabba in Brisbane. Live broadcast start at 12.45 IST.

Bat Flip Prediction

The opening round of the BBL 08 played at the Gabba was a low-scoring issue which saw the group batting second develop triumphant at last. Since a comparable pitch is required to be set up for this game, the team that successes the ‘bat-flip’ here might need to bowl first.

Brisbane Heat Team News and Playing 11

Brisbane Heat Team News

Brisbane Heat have rolled out one improvement to their 13-man squad for the Thursday’s experience against Melbourne Renegades with Alex Ross replacing Marnus Labuschagne.

Joe Burns and Alex Ross will battle for a solitary spot and it will intrigue see who makes the cut into the beginning eleven. Leg-spinner Mitchell Swepson was acquired place of left-arm fast bowler josh Lalor in the last match against Sydney Thunder and he is likely to be retained.

Brisbane Heat Key Players

Chris Lynn has scores of 84, 33 and 54 in his last three innings. The big hitter is taking a gander taking care of business right now and he will be the genuine danger for the Melbourne Renegades. Brendon McCullum too came back to shape with a fine 50 years in the rain-influenced game against Sydney Thunder and his opening accomplice Max Bryant is having a strike-rate of near 165.

Ben Cutting is a solid batsman in the center request and a helpful choice with the ball too. Brisbane Heat’s knocking down some pins, be that as it may, will depend significantly more on quick bowler James Pattinson and off-spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman. Both have taken four wickets each this BBL and will have a key task to carry out in the powerplay. Mujeeb was extremely great against Perth Scorchers with figures of 2-10 and the group will need him to convey a comparative execution here.

Brisbane Heat Recent Form

Brisbane Heat have won two and lost three out of the five matches they have played so far this BBL and are set seventh in the association standings with four. In the wake of making a poor begin to their crusade with thrashings in their initial three matches, the Heat have figured out how to get themselves on the triumphant track with consecutive successes over Perth Scorchers and Sydney Thunder separately. While their bowlers had a decent amusement against the Scorchers, their best request batsmen made joyful against the Thunder.

Brisbane Heat Predicted Playing 11

Max Bryant, Brendon McCullum, Chris Lynn (c), Matt Renshaw, Joe Burns/Alex Ross, Ben Cutting, Jimmy Peirson (wk), James Pattinson, Brendan Doggett, Mitchell Swepson, Mujeeb Ur Rahman

Melbourne Renegades Team News and Playing 11

Melbourne Renegades Team News

Melbourne Renegades have discharged Aaron Finch from their squad who is set to lead the Australian national group in the inevitable ODI series against India. Test batsman Marcus Harris has been drafted into the squad as a substitution and he will most likely open the batting alongside Mackenzie Harvey. Tom Cooper will by and by assume control over the captaincy without Finch. Whatever remains of the Renegades’ line-up is required to stay unaltered.

Melbourne Renegades Key Players

With Aaron Finch away on global obligation, Sam Harper, Mohammad Nabi and Daniel Christian will be the greatest trusts in Melbourne Renegades with regards to batting. Harper has scored the most keeps running for the group up until now and the wicketkeeper will be relied upon to make a sizeable commitment at the highest point of the request.

Christian is averaging around 42 and he alongside Nabi are the key figures in the center request. Kane Richardson has been the pick of the bowlers and he will represent the greatest risk to Brisbane Heat. The pacer is as of now the season’s third-best bowler with 11 wickets in 6 coordinates and is returning on the of a three-wicket pull against Hobart Hurricanes. Leg-spinner Cameron Boyce has a general economy rate of 6.20 which is great in T20 organization and he could construct weight on the resistance by slipping in a couple of tight overs.

Melbourne Renegades Recent Form

Melbourne Renegades are presently situated fifth on the BBL 08 table with three successes and the same number of misfortunes from six association amusements. They began off decidedly with wins in their initial two matches yet lost all their energy, confronting massacres in their next three matches straight. The Renegades, in any case, finished their losing streak with a persuading six-wicket triumph over Hobart Hurricanes at home in their past trip.

Melbourne Renegades Predicted Playing 11

Marcus Harris, Mackenzie Harvey, Sam Harper (wk), Tom Cooper (c), Mohammad Nabi, Daniel Christian, Beau Webster, Jack Wildermuth, Cameron Boyce, Kane Richardson, Usman Khan

Brisbane Heat vs Melbourne Renegades Head to Head

Brisbane Heat and Melbourne Renegades have confronted each other multiple times in the Big Bash League with the last driving the scoreline 7-2.

Melbourne Renegades have won their last six matches played against Brisbane Heat, including both the experiences of the past season.

Melbourne Renegades beat Brisbane Heat by 26 keeps running in their latest experience a year ago in January at this very ground. Batting first, the Renegades set up a testing aggregate of 187/3 on the scoreboard before knocking down some pins out the Heat for 161.

Matches Played: 9; Brisbane Heat Won: 2; Melbourne Renegades Won: 7

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