HEA vs SCO Dream11 Team Prediction & Preview: 18th Match, BBL 2019-20
Brisbane Heat will take on Perth Scorchers in the 18th match of Big Bash League 2019-20 at Carrara Oval in Queensland. We will provide HEA vs SCO Dream11 Prediction, Probable Playing XI, and Fantasy Cricket Tips.
Brisbane Heat had a disappointing start this season as they lost two consecutive matches, but they managed to win the last game and are currently at 6th position on the points table with one win and two losses and a total of 2 points. Last match, batting first Heat lost a wicket in the 2nd over of the innings for just six runs. But after that, Chris Lynn came to bat and completely changed the course of the match. He scored 94 runs from just 35 balls which included 11 sixes. He was dismissed in the 10th over, but the momentum was continued by Matt Renshaw who scored 60 runs from 39 balls and helped the Heat to post a massive total of 209 runs in 20 overs.
With 209 runs to defend, Brisbane Heat bowled really well. They picked up an early wicket, but after that, they couldn’t pick up wickets for some time. In the 9th over, they picked up another wicket and kept knocking the batsmen at regular intervals and restricted the opposition to 161 runs in the 20 overs and won the match by 48 runs. Mitchell Swepson bowled well and picked up two wickets for 27 runs from his four overs. Josh Lalor, Matt Renshaw, Zahir Khan, Ben Laughlin, Jack Prestwidge picked up one wicket each. They would be hoping to continue their winning momentum against Perth Scorchers as they are playing in this tournament after nearly ten days.
Scorchers had to face the disappointment in most of the matches even though they played really well this season. They currently at 7th position on the points table with one win and three losses and a total of 2 points. Last match, bowling first Scorchers picked up an early wicket but later went for runs. Though they managed to pick up wickets they couldn’t control the flow of runs in the death overs and allowed the opposition to score a total of 174 runs in 20 overs. Chris Jordan bowled exceptionally well and picked up 3 wickets for 29 runs in his 3 overs. Jhye Richardson, Matthew Kelly, Ashton Agar, Fawad Ahmed picked up one wicket each.
With 175 runs to chase, Scorchers never looked comfortable on the crease. They kept on loosing the wickets right from the start of the innings and never looked like they could win the match. They got all out for 126 runs in 18 overs and lost the match by 48 runs. Ashton Turner 28 runs and Matthew Kelly 23* runs were the top scorers for the Scorchers. They would want to better their performance and win the next match against the Brisbane Heat.
HEA vs SCO 18th Match, Big Bash League 2019-2020.
Carrara Oval, Queensland.
01:40 PM, 1st January 2020.
Average 1st innings score: 108
Average 2nd innings score: 87
Two matches have been already played at this venue. This ground is generally considered good for batting and bowlers can pick up wickets too if they hit the right line and lengths. There is no forecast of rain on the match day.
Tom Banton, Max Bryant, Chris Lynn(c), Matt Renshaw, Ben Cutting, Sam Heazlett, Jimmy Peirson(wk), Jack Prestwidge, Josh Lalor, Ben Laughlin, Zahir Khan, Matthew Kuhnemann, Mark Steketee.
Josh Inglis(wk), Liam Livingstone, Cameron Bancroft, Mitchell Marsh(c), Ashton Turner, Cameron Green, Ashton Agar, Chris Jordan, Jhye Richardson, Matthew Kelly, Fawad Ahmed, Joel Paris, Tim David.
HEA vs SCO Dream11 Team News
- They have announced the 13-man squad for the match against Perth Scorchers.
- Right-handed opening Batsman Tom Banton is back into the squad and replaces leg-spinner Mitchell Swepson.
- Left-arm spinner Matthew Kuhnemann might get a chance in the playing XI. Chances of same are less.
- They have named unchanged 13-man squad for their match against the Brisbane Heat.
Probable Playing XI
Tom Banton(wk), Max Bryant, Chris Lynn(c), Matt Renshaw, Sam Heazlett, Jimmy Peirson, Jack Prestwidge, Ben Cutting, Josh Lalor, Ben Laughlin, Zahir Khan.
Bench: Mark Steketee, Matthew Kuhnemann.
Josh Inglis(wk), Liam Livingstone, Cameron Bancroft, Mitchell Marsh(c), Ashton Turner, Cameron Green, Ashton Agar, Chris Jordan, Jhye Richardson, Matthew Kelly, Fawad Ahmed.
Bench: Joel Paris, Tim David.
Top picks for HEA vs SCO Dream11 Prediction
Skipper Lynn is a destructive batsman and is known for his big shots and massive strike. He played a destructive inning of 94 runs from 35 balls in the last match and will be a must-pick in HEA vs SCO Dream11 team.
The 21-year-old wicket-keeper batsman opens the innings for Brisbane Heat and is a good striker of the ball. He scored 64 runs from just 26 balls in the second last match. He did not play the last match due to illness.
He is an all-rounder who can hit some big shots down the order and bowl at a very good pace too and has scored 49 runs and picked up two wickets this season.
Max Bryant: He is a very good batsman and opens along with Tom Banton. He is a consistent batsman but was able to score only one run in the previous match. He scored only a total of 18 runs this season.
Matt Renshaw: He is a very talented batsman and can also bowl 1-2 overs if required. He scored 60 runs in the last match and also picked up one wicket.
Ben Laughlin: This pacer a bowls pretty well and can take some early wickets. He picked up one wicket in the last match.
He is a left-arm medium-pace bowler and can pick up some early wickets. He picked up one wicket in the last match and a total of 3 wickets this season.
He is the wicket-keeper batsman for Brisbane Heat. He batted sensibly in the last match and scored 25 runs.
He is a perfect all-rounder and can be the match-winner with both bat and ball for his team. He has scored 119 runs in the four matches he played this season.
He is an outstanding batsman, especially in the T20 format. He is a good striker of the ball and is generally known for scoring runs quickly across the world and scored only two runs in the last match and has scored a total of 100 runs this season.
He is a decent batsman and played some good innings for his team last season. He scored one run in the last match and has scored a total of 72 runs this season.
He is an attacking bowler and is in great form recently. He picked up three wickets in the last match and has picked up seven wickets in the season till now.
Bowling All-rounder bats at middle order and also bowl his full quota of overs. He picked up one wicket in the last match and has picked up only two wickets this season.
He is a very talented fast bowler and bowls at an excellent pace and picks up wickets consistently. In the last match, he bowled pretty well and managed to pick up one wicket.
He is known for his big sixes and the strike rate at which he plays. He played decent innings in the last match and scored 28 runs in the last match and was the leading run-scorer for his team.
He is the opening batsman for Scorchers and has played decently in this season so far. He scored seven runs in the last match and has scored a total of 93 runs this season.
He is a right-arm medium-fast bowler and also can hit some big shots down the order. He scored 23* runs and picked up one wicket in the last match.
HEA vs SCO Dream11 Prediction
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Fantasy Cricket Tips:
- In the wicket-keeper, both Josh Inglis and Tom Banton are good.
- In batsmen, Ashton Turner is also a good option. You can try Max Bryant in Grand Leagues.
- Ben Cutting and Ashton Agar are also good pick in all-rounders.
- Fawad Ahmed and Matthew Kelly are also good bowlers.
- Matt Renshaw and Chris Jordan are also good for C and Vc.
Captain and Vice-Captain
Chris Lynn, Mitchell Marsh, Tom Banton, Matt Renshaw, Liam Livingstone, Chris Jordan, Ben Cutting.
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