Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Thunder Dream11 and League11 Prediction. Make Your League11 Team NOW
When is Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat taking place? Sunday 31st January, 2021 – 01:45 PM (IST)
Where is Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat taking place? Manuka Oval, Canberra
What channel is Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat on in the India? Sony Liv/ Sony Six Network
A week ago, this game could have said as a one-sided game in favour of Sydney sixers, however, sixers two losses in the last three games and Brisbane heat’s four wins in their last five games suddenly chanced things in Big Bash League.
Tomorrow both team will play their ninth game of the season. Also, it will be their second meeting this season. they first time met this season on 2nd January 2021 at Brisbane that is 24th match of BBL10, where Heat won by 4 wickets in their first eight games of this season, the defending champions, Sydney sixers won 5 matches and lost thrice they are one of the in-form sides in the BBL season.
In their head to head records, sixers have far better records than Brisbane. Heat as their victory records is 10-3, As, both teams are currently in good form, the cricket fans can expect a tight rivalry tomorrow where heat is looking for their fourth straight win, whereas the sixers are looking to bounce back. the match will be played at the Metricon in Queensland Australia.
The good thing is that Joe Burns is back within the squad but the bad things are that his form has been horrific. there is a massive difference between the white ball and red ball formats so a player of his class can not be counted out. where the sixers have compromised a bit on their bowling by loading their side with all-rounders known for their power hitting. As a result, they have Dan Christian, Jason Holder, and Carlos Brathwaite at numbers 6,7 and 8 respectively.
- Sydney Thunder secured third spot on the ladder as they overcame Adelaide Strikers in their final round robin clash of BBL|10 and they will be confident of booking their spot in the Challenger contest as they face Brisbane Heat.
- In a match reduced to just 14 overs apiece because of some poor weather, the Thunder did a solid job with the ball as they reduced their opponents to just 115/4 and they had little trouble in chasing their target down as they lost just one wicket in reply.
- Usman Khawaja fell to the first ball of the chase but an unbeaten 116-run partnership between Alex Hales (63*) and Callum Ferguson (46*) sealed the Thunder’s spot in the finals with little drama.
- Brisbane Heat produced a brilliant display in the Eliminator as they defeated Adelaide Strikers to make it three wins in succession and they will feel they have some momentum behind them ahead of this next knockout contest.
- The Heat were superb with the ball as they limited the scoring of the Strikers while also taking regular wickets as they restricted their opponents to 130/7 and despite it being a difficult pitch to bat on, they knew the game was in their control.
- The early loss of Chris Lynn and Marnus Labuschagne gave the Heat a real scare but Joe Denly (41) steadied the ship before Jimmy Peirson was able to guide his side into the next round with an unbeaten knock of 47.
Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Thunder Head to head Battle:
Both teams won 2 out of their 5 matches and 1 was the draw (No Result).