Brisbane Heat vs Hobart Hurricanes Today Match Prediction. Brisbane Heat will face Hobart Hurricanes in the 41st game of the BBL 2021/22 on Saturday. Skipping 12 of their leading players experimented approving for COVIF-19, Brisbane Heat fielded a second-string in the previous match facing against Melbourne Renegades and failed the match by 5 wickets. They will run with the exact squad for this game as well. With 3 wins and 6 defeats, they are at the sixth location in the standings with 14 points.
On the other side, Hobart Hurricanes, mislaid their acceleration in a previous pair of matches as they faced two consecutive defeats against Adelaide Strikers and Brisbane Heat. They managed to score 126 and 136 in their previous games which shows failure died as a batting unit. They are positioned at the fourth spot in the classes with 17 points.
Match: Brisbane Heat vs Hobart Hurricanes, Match 41
Venue: Gabba, Brisbane
Date: January 8th, 2022
Time: at 3:00 PM IST and 7:30 PM Local Time
Live Streaming: Sony Sports Network
The pitch at Gabba is well known for its additional pace and bounce, and the proficient batters can produce the benefit of it. The ball travels exceptionally nicely here and the bowlers ought to be on the lid of their match in order to limit the run flow.
The weather is quite cloudy, the heavens will be covered with lite clouds and the temperature will hover between 18 – 19 degrees Celcius during the full match. there are low chances of rain.
Jake Lehmann, Jack Clayton, Fakhar Zaman, Sam Heazlett, Tom Cooper (c), Lachlan Pfeffer (wk), Steven McGiffin, Will Prestwidge, Ronan McDonald, David Grant, Mujeeb ur Rahman
Ben McDermott, D’Arcy Short, Caleb Jewell, Tom Lammonby, Peter Handscomb (c), Tim David, Wil Parker, Thomas Rogers, Riley Meredith, Sandeep Lamichhane, Gabe Bell
The medium-fast bowler has not thrown a maiden in the contest but has gathered up 14 wickets at an average of 15.14. Thomas Rogers is the most useful bowler in this BBL for Hurricanes. In 8 games, he has collected 14 wickets at an economy of 7.06 with the most promising figures of 3 for 24 and has also beaten 50 runs with the bat.
The top-ranking Pakistan batter could only contribute with 3 runs in his sooner game of the 2021-22 BBL term. However, he has 6 ODI hundreds and is an acceptable player. ForeignFakhar Zamanincluded a quick stay at the crease in the previous match against Renegades where he was discharged for just 3 runs.
This match is not the most leisurely to reach with the Brisbane Heat moved to put out a team without the number of their standard players again. The other party, Hobart Hurricanes will be missing out on their keeper-captain Matthew Wade who is also one of their starting batters. Overall, we anticipate Hobart Hurricanes to succeed in this tournament.