Sydney Sixers vs Brisbane Heat Today Match Prediction. The Sydney Sixers are in second position in the Big Bash League 2021-22 points table, having won five and lost one of their six league matches. The squad has a total of 18 points. Josh Philippe leads the Sydney Sixers in run-scoring with 295 runs at a strike rate of 151. He’s hit 26 fours and ten sixes. Moises Henriques has also scored 242 runs with a 150 percent strike rate.
While the Brisbane Heat is now ranked 6th in the Big Bash League 2021-22 points table, having won two and lost four of their six league matches. The squad has a total of nine points. With 200 runs at a strike rate of 149, Sam Heazlett leads the Brisbane Heat in run-scoring. He’s hit 12 fours and ten sixes. Ben Duckett has also scored 192 runs with a 143 percent strike rate.
Match: Sydney Sixers vs Brisbane Heat BBL.
Date: December 29, 2021
Time: 12:35 PM IST.
Venue: Sydney Cricket Ground.
Tomorrow’s weather is expected to be cloudy with a chance of rain. The temperature will reach 21 degrees Celsius during the day and 18 degrees Celsius at night. We predict approximately 1.0 mm of precipitation, with clouds covering 51% of the sky and humidity of roughly 62 percent.
This will be the tournament’s fourth match played at the SCG. The SCG’s pitch is ideal for batting. It’s also been a great day for hitting. We’re looking at an average score of 163 in the first dig for all time, which would fit both sides’ strengths and shortcomings.
Moises Henriques (c), Josh Philippe (wk), Daniel Christian, Sean Abbott, Hayden Kerr, Chris Jordan, Ben Dwarshuis, Lloyd Pope, James Vince, Daniel Hughes, Jordan Silk
Jimmy Peirson (c, wk), Chris Lynn, Max Bryant, Ben Duckett, Sam Heazlett, Tom Cooper, James Bazley, Xavier Bartlett, Mark Steketee, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Mitchell Swepson
In a rain-shortened game against the Sydney Thunder, Daniel Hughes top-scored for the Sydney Sixers with 50 off 26 balls. He answered with five sixes in his 26-ball innings. Hughes seems to be the highest run-scorer for the Sydney Sixers.
The little Englishman is quickly establishing himself as one of the most in-demand openers in white-ball franchise cricket. In his last two encounters, he has struck half-centuries. He seems to be the highest run-scorer in this game for the Brisbane Heat.
Brisbane Heat will begin to climb the ladder if they continue to generate stronger batting performances and totals. They are clearly the underdogs going into this match, but we believe now is the moment to support them. Their top batsmen have been in good form, they have the depth to rival the Sydney Sixers, and their bowling lineup is a good match for the Sydney Sixers’ batting.
The Sydney Sixers have won their previous three BBL games and are playing with the confidence of winners once more. Because of their solid and well-balanced team, the Sydney Sixers are usually difficult to play against. Almost all of their batsmen have been in fantastic form. So we think the sixers can grab the match.