HEA vs REN Dream11 Prediction | 44th Match | BBL 2019-20

HEA vs REN Dream11 Team Prediction & Preview: 44th Match, BBL 2019-20

Brisbane Heat will take on Melbourne Renegades in the 44th match of Big Bash League 2019-20 at The Gabba, Brisbane. We will provide HEA vs REN Dream11 Prediction, Probable Playing XI, and Fantasy Cricket Tips.

Brisbane Heat:

Brisbane Heat is having a tough time this season as they managed to win 5 out of the ten matches that they have played and are currently at 6th position on the points table.

In the last match, batting first, Heat lost the wicket of Max Bryant in the 3rd over who scored one run. In the very next over, they lost the big wicket of AB de Villiers for just two runs, and Heat looked in trouble. Chris Lynn 26 runs and Matt Renshaw 43 runs played brilliantly and tried to steady the innings, but all the other batsmen got out even without scoring ten runs, and thus Brisbane Heat got all out for just 100 runs in 17 overs.

With 100 runs to defend, it was an impossible task for the bowlers. The bowlers were utterly outplayed by the opposition, and they just gave away runs and weren’t able to pick up even a single wicket. Heat lost the match by ten wickets.

Heat would want to win their next match against Melbourne Renegades and climb up few positions on the points table.

Melbourne Renegades:

The defending champions after nine consecutive losses have finally managed to win a match and opened their account on the points table. They are currently at the last position on the points table with nine losses and one win and a total of 2 points.

In the last match, batting first Renegades started their inning well by scoring 44 runs in the power play without losing any wicket. Opener Marcus Harris, who scored 22 runs, got out in the 7th over of the innings. Later Shaun Marsh 47 runs, and Sam Harper 52 runs batted brilliantly and got the team in a good position in the match. In the end, Daniel Christian 21* runs, and Mohammed Nabi 11* runs helped the opposition score a total of 172 runs.

With 172 runs to defend, Renegades bowled brilliantly in the power play and picked up three wickets in the power play for just 31 runs. After 5.5 overs match got interrupted due to rain and the target was revised to 135 runs in 14 overs. Renegades gave away runs, but in the end, they managed to pick up some quick wickets and restricted the opposition to a total of 122 runs in 14 overs and won the match by 12 runs. Daniel Christian bowled exceptionally well and picked up three wickets. Andrew Fekete, Samit Patel, and Mohammed Nabi managed to pick up one wicket each.

After winning the previous match, Renegades would want to keep up their winning momentum alive by winning their next game against Brisbane Heat.

Match Details

HEA vs REN 44th Match, Big Bash League 2019-2020
The Gabba, Brisbane
01:40 PM, 19th January 2020
Live Score

Pitch Conditions

Average first innings score: 136 (In the three games played at the venue so far this season)

Record of chasing teams: Won – 2, Lost – 1

Three matches have been played at this venue, and Brisbane Heat has managed to win 2 of them. There has not been any high scoring match at this venue this season. It is generally considered to be good for bowling.

There are high chances of rain on the matchday along with thunderstorms, so there would be either reduction in the number of overs played, or match may also get abandoned.

Squads

Brisbane Heat:

Sam Heazlett, Chris Lynn(c), AB de Villiers, Matt Renshaw, Ben Cutting, Joe Burns, Jimmy Peirson(wk), Jack Prestwidge, Josh Lalor, Ben Laughlin, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Mitchell Swepson, James Pattinson.

Melbourne Renegades:

Sam Harper, Marcus Harris, Shaun Marsh, Beau Webster, Daniel Christian(c), Mohammed Nabi, Tom Cooper, Samit Patel, Will Sutherland, Jack Wildermuth, Cameron Boyce, Joe Mennie, Andrew Fekete.

HEA vs REN Dream11 Team News

HEA:

  • They have announced the 13-man squad for the match against Adelaide Strikers.
  • Sam Heazlett replaces batsman Max Bryant in the squad and will replace him in the playing XI.
  • James Pattinson should also return in the XI, and either of Swepson or Laughlin will play. Chances of Swepson are more.

REN:

  • They have also named a 13-man squad for their match against the Brisbane Heat without any change.

Probable Playing XI

Brisbane Heat:

Sam Heazlett, Chris Lynn (c), AB de Villiers, Matt Renshaw, Joe Burns, Ben Cutting, Jimmy Peirson (wk), Josh Lalor, Mitch Swepson/Ben Laughlin, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, James Pattinson.

Bench: Mitchell Swepson, Jack Prestwidge.

Melbourne Renegades:

Marcus Harris, Shaun Marsh, Sam Harper (wk), Beau Webster, Mohammed Nabi, Daniel Christian (c), Samit Patel, Will Sutherland, Jack Wildermuth, Cameron Boyce, Andrew Fekete.

Bench: Tom Cooper, Joe Mennie. 

Top picks for HEA vs REN Dream11 Prediction

HEA:

Chris Lynn:
Skipper Lynn is a destructive batsman and is known for his big shots and massive strike. He scored 26 runs in the last match and has scored a total of 291 runs so far in this season. Lynn is an excellent Captain or Vc choice for HEA vs REN Dream11 Team.

AB de Villiers:
One of the world-class batsmen made his debut in the Big Bash League this season. ABD scored three runs in the last match and has scored a total of 43 runs so far in the two matches he played.

Matt Renshaw:
He is a very talented batsman and can also bowl 1-2 overs if required. Renshaw scored 43 runs in the last match and has scored a total of 261 runs so far in this season.

Mujeeb Ur Rahman:
This 18-year-old right-arm off-spinner from Afghanistan has played several T20 leagues across the world. He has played two matches so far in this season, and he is yet to pick up a wicket.

Ben Cutting:
He is an all-rounder who can hit some big shots down the order and bowl at a perfect pace too. Cutting went wicketless in the last match and has scored 138 runs and picked up seven wickets so far in this season.

James Pattinson:
He is a right-arm fast bowler and has played two matches so far in this season. He bowled brilliantly in his second game and picked up five wickets. Pattinson did not play the last match.

Josh Lalor:
He is a left-arm medium-pace bowler and can pick up some early wickets. Lalor went wicketless in the last match and a total of 11 wickets so far in this season.

REN:

Shaun Marsh:
He is one of the most successful batsmen in the history of the Big Bash League. Marsh has an overall average of above 45 and continued his form in this season too, and scored a total of 356 runs so far. In the last match, he scored 47 runs.

Sam Harper:
This wicket-keeper batsman is known for scoring runs quickly and for hitting big shots. He scored a total of 335 runs last season. He scored 52 runs in the previous match and has scored a total of 262 runs so far in this season.

Mohammed Nabi:
He is one of the top all-rounders in the world and has played several leagues across the globe. Nabi has played two matches so far this season and picked up two wickets and scored 17 runs so far. In the last match, he picked up one wicket and scored 11* runs.

Daniel Christian:
He is an excellent all-rounder in the T20 format and has played several leagues across the world. He hasn’t looked great this season. In the last match, he scored 21* runs and picked up three wickets. He has scored 116 runs and has picked up three wickets so far in this season.

Beau Webster:
He is a batting all-rounder and bats in the middle order for Renegades and can also bowl a few overs of spin if required. Webster scored eight runs in the last match and has scored a total of 251 runs so far in the eight innings he played.

Samit Patel:
He is an all-rounder and is equally good with the bat and ball. Samit did not get to bat in the last game and picked up one wicket. He has picked up three wickets so far in this season.

Marcus Harris:
He is a left-handed Australian batsman. Harris has played seven matches so far this season and has scored a total of 101 runs so far. In the last game, he scored 22 runs.

Cameron Boyce:
Boyce is a bowling all-rounder who can hit some big sixes batting down the order. He picked up 14 wickets and scored 146 runs, which include a fifty in the last season. He went wicketless in the previous match and has picked up a total of 7 wickets so far this season.

HEA vs REN Dream11 Prediction

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HEA vs REN Dream11 Team 44th match BBL 2019-20
HEA vs REN Dream11 Team 44th match BBL 2019-20

Fantasy Cricket Tips:

  • In the wicket-keeper, Sam Harper is good.
  • In batsmen, Beau Webster, Sam Heazlett and Marcus Harris are other good options.
  • Daniel Christian is also a good all-rounder. If you want then pick him.
  • Chris Lynn and Shaun Marsh are also good for Captain or Vice-captain in Dream11 Team.

Captain and Vice-Captain

Chris Lynn, Shaun Marsh, AB de Villiers, Mohammed Nabi, Matt Renshaw, Ben Cutting.

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