Brisbane Heat vs Melbourne Renegades Today Match Prediction. The depleted Brisbane Heat side will clash with the Melbourne Renegades in the 37th fixture of the Big Bash League 2021-22. The Brisbane Heat have sorrowed a COVID-19 fright in their base, with as multiple as 12 players replacing with positive test outcomes for the lethal virus. But with the match planned to go forward, a challenging task awaits the Heat as they take on the Renegades.
The Melbourne Renegades ultimately broke their six-match winless stripe, which contained five defeats and a no-result, with a five-wicket win encountering the Stars, which just energy keep their campaign afloat for now. The win was buoyed by a sharp all-around arrangement as they bowled out the Stars for a paltry score of 126 runs politeness of three-fers from Reece Topley, skipper Nic Maddinson, Kane Richardson, and Jack Prestwidge.
They went on to comfortably pursue the target down as half-century assistance from Aaron Finch, along with the finishing communications being involved by Mackenzie Harvey and James Seymour, saw them over the green grass. The Renegades will give it their all as they take the field against the Heat in a bid to get their third win of the season.
Match: Brisbane Heat vs Melbourne Renegades, Match 37, Big Bash League 2021-22
Date: January 6, 2021, Thursday,
Time: 12:35 PM IST
Venue: Simonds Stadium, Geelong
It will be the foremost BBL match this season at Simonds Stadium. The track will be new and batters will relish playing on the cover. The track will have abundance to deliver for the quick bowlers as well.
The weather prediction accomplishes not reflect very favorable for this match. There is an 80% likelihood of showers with high humidity as well. Temperatures will drift around the 22-degree Celsius mark and will be on the downfall as the game advances.
Chris Lynn, Jimmy Peirson (c, wk), Ben Duckett, Sam Heazlett, Max Bryant, Xavier Bartlett, Jack Wildermuth, James Bazley, Mark Steketee, Matthew Kuhnemann, Mujeeb Ur Rahman
Sam Harper (wk), Aaron Finch, Shaun Marsh, Nic Maddinson (c), Mackenzie Harvey, Mohammad Nabi, James Seymour, Jack Prestwidge, Kane Richardson, Reece Topley, Zahir Khan.
Both sides are reaching into this competition on the rear of a win and will be enthusiastic to keep the winning momentum going. However, it will be easier said than done as one can hope both sides to arrive out all guns burning. The Brisbane Heat look like a comparatively well-settled squad and expect them to reach out on top on Wednesday. Thus we predict Brisbane Heat to win this meeting.