HUR vs HEA | BBL Match-20 Team and Analysis | 30-12-2020 13:45 |1|0

 BIG BASH LEAGUE Match-20 Prediction 

 Match:  HUR vs HEA Fantasy Team Prediction  
 Time:   30 December, 01:45 PM (IST)  

 Series::  Big Bash League 2020-21  
 Venue:   The Gabba, Brisbane. 

 Head to Head Stats 

Matches Played       17
HEA Won                 10
HUR Won                 07

No Result                 00
Tie                            00

Recent Form: 



  • Brisbane Heat will be without the services of Chris Lynn but the addition of Joe Denly will bring a lot of stability in their batting.
  • Hobart Hurricanes have plenty of depth in their team. They bat till no. 8 and have as many as 7 bowling options. Their team balance is impeccable which is the reason they’ve had a fantastic tournament.
  • Hobart Hurricanes are far better team in terms of quality and even though they lost the last game to Heat, they’ll be confident of taking their revenge in the next match.
 Live Streaming
BBL 2020 can be watched live  in Australia on Fox Cricket. In India, the Sony Network will telecast BBL 2020 live, while in the United Kingdom, the matches will be broadcasted on BT Sport.
 TV Channels
BBL 2020 will be telecasted live in Australia on Kayo and Foxtel GO. In India, Sony Liv has the rights for live streaming, while in the UK, the BTSport app will stream the matches.
 Toss Prediction
As we saw in the previous match, chasing is not easy on this wicket. Both skippers will look to win the toss and bat first.

 Weather & Pitch Report
⛅ Weather:
There is plenty of rain around but we’ll keep our fingers crossed and hope that it doesn’t cause any interruption in the match.
🏟️ Pitch:
It’s a good wicket to bat on, not the easiest but a decent wicket. Bowlers, if they can pitch the ball in right area will reap benefits.

 Team NEWS: 

 HEAT Team News: 
In a major blow to Brisbane Heat, Chris Lynn won’t be available for most of their matches in the tournament due to a hamstring injury. However, the addition of Englishmen Joe Denly will be a big boost ahead of their return clash with Hurricanes.

Hobart Hurricanes have named the 17 man squad to take on Brisbane Heat for their second consecutive game in BBL 2020. The only change in the squad is the omission of all rounder James Faulkner who’ll miss the match due to a hamstring injury. It’s a big loss for the Hurricanes and Faulkner have been exceptional for them.


1 Sam Heazlett, 

2 Max Bryant, 
3 Lewis Gregory, 
4 Joe Denly, 
5 Tom Cooper, 
6 Jack Wildermuth, 
7 Jimmy Peirson (wk), 
8 Mark Steketee, 
9 Xavier Barlett, 
10 Ben Laughlin, 
11 Mujeeb Ur Rahman.


1 D Arcy Short,

2. Dawid Malan,
3. Ben McDermott (wk),
4. Peter Handscomb (c),
5. Colin Ingram,
6. Keemo Paul,
7. Tim David,
8. Will Parker,
9. Nathan Ellis,
10. Scott Boland,
11. Riley Meredith.
 Match Finished 

 HEA Key Players:

 Max Bryant: 
Max Bryant has got plenty of starts in the tournament but have failed to convert them into big scores. This is something he would like to rectify in the next match. If he does, Heats will be in a very good position. 

 Sam Heazlett: 
Sam Heazlett batted well for his 48 on a tough wicket. We expect him to play another good knock in the next game.

 Jack Wildermuth: 
Jack Wildermuth with his all round skills can be very handy for Heat. He’s few runs to his name while he’s been very good with the ball too.

 HUR Key Players: 

 Dawid Malan:
David Malan is the number 1 T-20 batsmen. He’s been in top form in the shortest format for a long time now. He missed out in the previous game against the Heat but we’ll back him to come good in the next match. 

 Ben McDermott:
Ben McDermott has been the most consistent batsmen for Hurricanes. He’s a player that can get big runs at a brisk pace. He can be expected to perform well in the upcoming games.

 D’Arcy Short:
We all know D Arcy Short as a terrific batsmen but his bowling has always been very underrated. He picked up three wickets in the last match and got a handy 27 with the bat. We are expecting another big show from Hurricane’s big man.


 Team Forms: 

 HEA Team Form: 
Brisbane Heat finally managed to pocket a win after three consecutive losses. They’ve still not hit their peak form and require a lot of improvement in their batting.

 HUR Team Form: 
Hobart Hurricanes have been hot and cold in the tournament. They have big wins over Sydney Sixers, Adelaide Strikers and Melbourne Renegades but have lost their matches to Adelaide Strikers and Brisbane Heat.

 Brisbane Heat: 

Sam Heazlett, Tom Cooper, Jack Wildermuth, Lewis Gregory, Jimmy Peirson(w/c), James Bazley, Mark Steketee, Xavier Bartlett, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Joe Denly, Matthew Kuhnemann, Simon Milenko, Lachlan Pfeffer, Connor Sully, Jack Wood, Jack Sinfield.

 Hobart Hurricanes: 

D Arcy Short, Ben McDermott(w), Dawid Malan, Peter Handscomb(c), Colin Ingram, Tim David, Nathan Ellis, Wil Parker, Scott Boland, Riley Meredith, Johan Botha, David Moody, Mitchell Owen, Keemo Paul, Charlie Wakim, Nick Winter, Macalister Wright.

Watch Team Guide Section for Stats & Player Forms etc.

 Players H2H Battle: 

C Lynn against R Khan
43 balls 41 runs 03 out

C Lynn Against M Nesar
14 balls 06 runs 01 out
T Cooper Against M Nesar
20 balls 30 runs 02 out
M Bryant Against P Siddle
10 balls 08 runs 02 out
J Wells Against M Swepson
33 balls 34 runs 01 out
J Weatherald against M Steketee
14 balls 22 runs 01 out
M Nesar against M Swepson
13 balls 16 runs 01 out

 Head to Head  -Last 3 Years: 

Matches Played:      05
HEA WON:             02
HUR WON:             03

 Top Run Scorer in Last 5 Matches: 

 HEA:  Chris Lynn 
144 Runs with 28.80 Average

 HUR:  Alex Carey 
131 Run with 32.75 Average

 Top Wicket Taker in Last 5 Matches: 

 HEA:  Mujeeb Ur Rahman 
04 Wkts, Average 21

 HUR:  Peter Siddle 
08 Wkts, Average 17.88

 Team Guide: 

 Wicket Keeper: 

Jimmy Pierson
(Middle order, 836 runs for the Heat in BBL, 69(36b) last game, Must if dropping top order)
Peter Handscomb
(2 down + wk, poor last BBL , haven’t played a big innings so far )


Colin Ingram 
(3 down, highly experienced with 6600+ t20 runs, 54, Runs in 1st game, can also bowl)
Ben McDermott 
(1 down, brilliant form with scoring 100 in AusA game, 135 runs in 2 games this BBL, Must have )
David Malan 
(Open, #1 t20 batsman in world cricket, Must have, C/VC )
Tom Cooper
(3 down, SR of 131 in t20s, experienced, poor last season with just 89 runs in 11 games)
Max Bryant
( Open, very attacking, 145 runs in 10 games last season, 29 last 2nd game, hit or miss)
Sam Heazlett
( Open, decent batsman with 350+ t20 runs, good option to have, 12 runs last game)
Tim David
( Middle order, Lower middle order , attacking 58(33b) in 1st game, SR of 170 this IPL)
Mac Wright
(Middle order, 149 runs in just 4 innings last season, differential pick if opens )

 All Rounder: 

D Short
( Open + Chinnaman bowling, 357 runs + 7 Wickets last BBL, 72(48b) last 2nd game, Must have, C/VC )
James Faulkner 
( Left arm pacer + hard hitter, highly experienced, 8 Wickets in 4 games, Must have )
Simon Milenko
( 1 down + Medium pacer, 68 List A Wickets )
Dan Lawrence
( 2 down + off spin, very good Allrounder, 190 runs + 4 Wickets in T20BLAST 2020, 13 last game)


Mujeeb Rahman 
(Mystery spinner, bowls mostly in powerplay overs, 15 BBL Wickets at economy of just 6.09, 1w last game, Must have )
Ben Laughlin
(Medium pacer, death bowler, top wicket-taker with 15 scalps for Brisbane Heat last season, will not play)
Mark Stekette 
( Right Arm fast, premium fast bowler of team, 2 Wickets last game )
Nathan Ellis
(Pacer, hit the deck bowler, excellent last season with 12 Wickets in 15 games, 1w last game)
Riley Meredith 
(Pacer, tall hit the deck, 30 total Wickets in last 2 BBL seasons, 5 Wickets last 4 game, a must have pick )
Scott Boland
( Medium pacer, known for his swing , 57 t20 Wickets with 15 in BBL2019, 2 Wicket last game )
Johan Botha
( Middle order Batsman + off spin, ex South African player, 1900+ runs + 164 Wickets in t20 carrier didn’t played last game)
M Kuhnemann
( Slow left arm, 17 List A wickets, 1w 2nd game, bowled in powerplay, can play this game )
Jack Wildermuth 
( Medium pacer + Hard hitter, 31 runs + 3 Wickets last 2nd game, Must have )
Jack Wood
( Left arm orthodox, very impressive debut last 2nd game with 2 Wickets )

+ Ground and Pitch info about
The Gabba, Brisbane

 Last T20 Matches on this Ground: 

1. Brisbane Heat v Adelaide Strikers
STR 150-6  HEA 148-9
Pacer – 10
Spinner – 5
Jimmy Peirson- 69*(36)
Xavier Barlett- 3/24(4),
Danny Briggs- 3/20(4),
Rashid Khan- 2/30(4).

2. Brisbane Heat v Sydney Sixers
BH 126-7 SS 127-2
Pacer – 8
Spinner – 2

3. Brisbane Heat v Hobart Hurricane
HH 126-9 BH 131-5
Pacer – 9
Spinner – 3
Max Bryant- 28(18)
Jimmy Peirson- 23(25)*
Ben Laughlin- 2/21(4)

4. Brisbane Heat v Sydney Thunder

ST 172-6 BH 142-10

Pacer – 9
Spinner – 6

Matt Renshaw- 26(24)

Mitchell Swepson – 2/22(4)

Pacer – 36
Spinner – 16


Avg Score:
Batting 1st- 144
Batting 2nd- 136

Watch Final Team Section for Our GL & SL Final Team

Match Finished

Toss: Brisbane Heat have won the toss and have opted to field

Brisbane Heat (Playing XI) :
Max Bryant, Sam Heazlett, Jack Wildermuth, Tom Cooper, Lewis Gregory, Jimmy Peirson(w/c), James Bazley, Simon Milenko, Mark Steketee, Xavier Bartlett, Mujeeb Ur Rahman
X Factor Subs: Matt Kuhnemann, Jack Sinfield 

Hobart Hurricanes (Playing XI):
 D Arcy Short, Ben McDermott(w), Dawid Malan, Peter Handscomb(c), Colin Ingram, Tim David, Keemo Paul, Nathan Ellis, Scott Boland, Wil Parker, Riley Meredith
X Factor Subs: Nick Winter, Mac Wright




Make necessary changes if any player absent 

*Above GL Team Guide Images for Guide only. 
*You can make necessary changes as per your choice. 
*Above Team maybe Highly risky so play at your own risk. 
*for final team check here in the last 15mins of the match deadline. 

*You can also make some other combinations by changing 1-2 players with help of the Team Guide.

Best of Luck.

 Disclaimer: > Fantasy Cricket is a game of skill and luck is also very much important to win the grand league in dream11 or any other fantasy cricket leagues. We have covered the skill part.

> We have mentioned the expected playing 11 as per our cricket knowledge. You can change the fantasy team once the playing 11 is out.


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