When & Where
02-JAN-2021, 02:45 PM
|Tom Cooper||Middle-order batsman|
|Marnus Labuschagne||Batting allrounder|
|Dan Lawrence||Batting allrounder|
|Mujeeb Ur Rahman||Bowler|
|Jimmy Peirson †||Wicketkeeper|
|Moises Henriques (c)||Allrounder|
|Tom Curran||Bowling allrounder|
|Jason Holder||Bowling allrounder|
|Daniel Hughes||Opening batsman|
|Josh Philippe †||Wicketkeeper batsman|
|Jordan Silk||Middle-order batsman|
Sam Heazlett, Max Bryant, Joe Burns, Jack Wildermuth, Tom Cooper, Lewis Gregory, Jimmy Peirson(c and wk), James Bazley, Xavier Bartlett, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Mark Steketee
Josh Philippe, Jack Edwards, James Vince, Daniel Hughes(c), Daniel Christian, Jordan Silk, Jason Holder, Carlos Brathwaite, Ben Dwarshius, Ben Maneti, Steve OKeefe.
Last 5 Matches
- Sixers won by 8 wickets (with 25 balls remaining)23-Jan-2020
- Heat won by 48 runs22-Dec-2019
- Sixers won by 79 runs20-Jan-2019
- Sixers won by 5 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)01-Jan-2019
- Sixers won by 9 wickets (with 60 balls remaining)18-Jan-2018
BBL Points Table
- Brisbane Heat looked set for a second win in succession against Hobart Hurricanes but they lost out in the most dramatic fashion possible as they were beaten by just a single run in a pulsating clash.
- Mujeeb Ur Rahman was a magician with the ball as he produced a wonderful spell of bowling to end with 5-14, the best figures in BBL|10 so far as he helped to bowl out the Hurricanes for 150.
- James Bazley’s 49* looked to be guiding the Heat to back-to-back wins but with the final ball of the match, needing two to win and one to force a Super Over, Mark Steketee was run out by a superb piece of fielding from Colin Ingram to condemn Brisbane to defeat.
- Sydney Sixers made hard work of it but they did just enough to defeat Melbourne Renegades and secure their fourth win in succession but they had Jason Holder to thank after his heroics in the final over earned them the victory.
- Dan Christian was the pick of the bowlers for the Sixers as he ended with figures of 2-19 from his three overs with the Sydney outfit leaving themselves needing 169 to win but the chase was far from straightforward.
- Josh Philippe struck 48 to get his side off to a good start but the middle order failed to fire and they looked set for defeat as they required 16 from the final five balls of the match but Holder struck 2-4-4-6 to sign off from his stint in the Big Bash League in style by handing his side the win with a ball to spare.
Dyuta Dream 11 Match Prediction
Brisbane Heat to win this game.