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Brisbane Heat vs Hobart Hurricanes 16th match Big Bash League 2020-21| Preview| Probable XI| Match Prediction

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vs 16th match -21| Preview| Probable XI| Brisbane Heat vs Hobart Hurricanes & Vs 16th Match Prediction   Today Cricket Match With Preview and Head To Head, Pitch Report and Live Streaming Details and also talk about BBL 2020 16th Match who will win and this match played on 27 Dec.

Match Info:-

Match – BRH vs HBH, 16th Match,
Date – Sunday, December 27, 2020
Time – 1:45 PM
Venue – The Gabba, Brisbane


The Gabba – Brisbane
Opened – 1895
Capacity – 42000 (approx)
Known as – The Gabba
Dimensions – 170.6m long, 149.9m wide
Ends – Stanley Street End, Vulture Street End
Location – Brisbane, Australia
Time Zone – UTC +10:00
Home to – Queensland, Brisbane Heat
Floodlights – Yes
Curator – Kevin Mitchell Jnr


T20 Domestic

  • Total Match Played: 40
  • Batting First Won: 18
  • Batting Second Won: 21
  • Tie: 1
  • Avg. Score in 1st bat: 164
  • Highest Score: Brisbane Heat 209/3
  • Lowest Score: Brisbane Heat 109/4

Scoring Pattern

  • Below Score 150: 12
  • The score between 150 and 169: 9
  • The score between 170 and 189: 11
  • Score Above 190: 8

Pitch Report:-

As seen in the previous game between the Heat and the Strikers at the Gabba, the bowlers should get a lot of help early on. With extra pace and swing on offer, the batsmen will need to be on their toes right from the word go. The spinners could also come into play as the innings progress with the dimensions of the ground helping their cause. With the ball likely to skid on under the lights, both teams would look to chase upon winning the toss. 160 should be par at this venue, considering the conditions and bowling attacks on either side.


BRH: L  L  L  L  W


 BBL 2020 Points Table 2020 

Team Play Won LOSS NR
Brisbane Heat 3 0 3
Hobart Hurricanes 4 3 1

HEA Vs HUR Last 5 Match:-

  • Brisbane Heat = 3
  • Hobart Hurricanes = 2

Head To Head In BBL:-

  • Total Match = 16
  • Brisbane Heat = 6
  • Hobart Hurricanes = 10

Predicted Playing XI

Brisbane Heat:-

  1. Max Bryant,
  2. Sam Heazlett,
  3. Daniel Lawrence,
  4. Tom Cooper,
  5. Lewis Gregory,
  6. Jack Wildermuth,
  7. Jimmy Peirson (C&WK),
  8. Mark Steketee,
  9. Xavier Bartlett,
  10. Mujeeb Ur Rahman,
  11. Ben Laughlin

BRH Team News

Chris Lynn was forced to sit out in the previous match as he pulled a hamstring in the pre-match warm-up. He’s not been named in the squad for the next game as well. English allrounder Lewis Gregory and wicket-keeper batsman Lachy Pfeffer have been added to their squad

BRH  Key Players

  • Max Bryant –  Max Bryant can be destructive with the bat and even though he hasn’t fired in the three matches, we expect him to be back among the runs pretty soon.
  • Jimmy Peirson – Jimmy Peirson is another batsman that has looked good for the Heats. He strokes a top class 69 in the last match and can be backed to come good in the next match as well.
  • Xavier Barlett – Xavier Barlett was their best performer with the ball in the last game. The heat will expect a similar sort of performance from him in the next game too.

BRH Team Form

Brisbane Heat is in the middle of a horrendous phase where they have failed to win a single game in the tournament. 3 matches, 3 losses, Brisbane Heat is really sliding down the hill. There is some serious concern about their batting form, which has been the main reason for their mediocre performance in the tournament. A win is a must for the Heats in the next game but for that their batting needs to fire. 

In Max Bryant, Sean Heazlett, Daniel Lawrence, Tom Cooper, Jimmy Peirson, Heats have a pretty solid batting line up but all of them have been very inconsistent. Chris Lynn missed the last game due to an injury and will miss the next game as well which is a big loss. Brisbane Heat was exceptional with the ball in the last game and restricted Adelaide to 150. They’d like to replicate their performance against Hobart Hurricanes. Xavier Bartlett, Mark Steketee, and Mujeeb ur Rahman were terrific with the ball and Heats will expect a similar sort of performance in the upcoming games. The form of Ben Laughlin, who’s been very expensive in the tournament, will be worrying about the Heats. 

Hobart Hurricanes:-

  1. D’Arcy Short,
  2. Dawid Malan,
  3. Ben McDermott,
  4. Peter Handscomb (C&WK),
  5. Colin Ingram,
  6. Tim David,
  7. James Faulkner,
  8. Keemo Paul/Johan Botha,
  9. Nathan Ellis,
  10. Riley Meredith,
  11. Scott Boland

HBH Team News

David Malan has joined the Hobart Hurricanes squad for BBL 2020 following the 14 day quarantine period. He’ll most likely make a cut into the team. Also, there are high chances that few among Mitch Owen, Wil Parker, Dawid Malan, Charlie Wakim, and Nick Winter will make their Hurricanes debut tomorrow. 

HBH Key Players

  • Dawid Malan – The no 1 T-20 player David Malan is available for selection and we think that he’ll straight away make it into the playing XI for Hobart Hurricanes. He’s a terrific batsman who’ll be eager to start the season with a big score.
  • Ben McDermott – Ben McDermott has been the best batsman for Hobart Hurricanes. We expect him to continue his good form with the bat.
  • James Faulkner – James Faulkner’s all-round skills will be very handy for Hobart Hurricanes. With the bat or the ball, Faulkner is a utility player and provides impeccable balance to this Hurricanes team. 

HBH Team Form 

Hobart Hurricanes have been phenomenal in the tournament. They started their tournament with two back to back wins over Sydney Sixer and Adelaide Strikers. They lost their third match to Adelaide Strikers but bounced back in style to defeat Melbourne Renegades. Overall, they do have a very strong team but haven’t been able to deliver collective performance, something they’d like to do against a strong Hobart Hurricanes.

Talking about Hobart Hurricanes, they’ve been outstanding with 3 wins in 4 matches. Ben McDermott has been magnificent in the two matches he’s played. Colin Ingram has also batted well for the Hurricanes. D Arcy Short, Tim David, Peter Handcomb too have some runs behind them but Hobart Hurricanes wouldn’t mind a bit more consistency from them. James Faulkner, Johan Botha, Riley Meredith, Nathan Ellis, and Scott Boland makes up a quality bowling attack.  On the form, or on quality, we see Hobart Hurricanes as a better team and expect them to win the match.





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