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SCO vs HEA| BBL 32nd T20 Match Team Prediction | 11-01-2020 15:40

Big Bash League T20 Prediction


Match:  SCO vs HEA Fantasy Team Prediction
Time: 11 Jan, 03:40 PM (IST)
Series:  Big Bash League, 2019
Venue  Perth Stadium - Perth.



 After toss Update: 

Toss:  Perth Scotchers won the Toss, Decided to Bat.

Brisbane Heat (Playing XI): 
Tom Banton, Max Bryant, Chris Lynn(c), Matt Renshaw, Joe Burns, Jimmy Peirson(w), Ben Cutting, James Pattinson, Josh Lalor, Ben Laughlin, Zahir Khan

Perth Scorchers (Playing XI): 
Josh Inglis(w), Liam Livingstone, Sam Whiteman, Cameron Bancroft, Mitchell Marsh(c), Cameron Green, Tim David, Chris Jordan, Jhye Richardson, Joel Paris, Fawad Ahmed

 Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first) 

SCO: W L W L L
HEA: W W W L W



 Head to Head Stats

Matches Played  12
SCO Won             06
HEA Won             06
No Result            00
Tie                      00



 Info: 

  • Resurgent Brisbane Heat will bid to maintain their recent form to stay clear of Perth Scorchers and begin to cement their place in the BBL play-off places.
  • Brisbane Heat have won four of their last five matches to climb to third in the table. After some excellent batting performances, it was the turn of their bowlers to make a difference as they beat Hobart Hurricanes last time out.
  • Hobart, before losing their international players, beat Perth Scorchers but they recovered to win against Melbourne Renegades last time out - their third win in seven matches.

Big Bash League T20 2019:Where to watch/Live streaming

TV channels:  Fox Sports, Seven Network, Sony Six, BT Sport, SuperSport, Sony Ten Network, BeIn Sports.
Live Streaming: SonyLiv, Kayo Sports, SuperSport Live, Foxtel Sports, Optus Sport.


 HEA vs SCO Toss Prediction 

Perth Scorchers won the toss and elected to bat first when the two teams met on the Gold Coast. They could look to do the same again at batsman-friendly Optus Stadium too.

 HEA vs SCO Weather Report 

Perth will be very hot and very sunny throughout Saturday and the evening looks set to be perfect for cricket too with no clouds and no chance of rain.

 HEA vs SCO Pitch Condition 

Optus Stadium is generally a good batting wicket and the team batting first may need something around 180 to be competitive if it plays as expected.


Team NEWS:

 HEA Team News 

Tom Banton will make his final Brisbane Heat appearance, with AB de Villiers set to replace him by the time the Heat return to the Gabba to take on Adelaide Strikers. Zahir Khan will continue as they await Mujeeb Ur Rahman’s arrival too. Brisbane welcomed Joe Burns back last time out, meanwhile, and James Pattinson could slot into the bowling attack too.


 SCO Team News 
Ashton Agar and Ashton Turner have left with the Australian ODI squad to tour India. Tim David has already replaced the latter, while Agar’s place could be taken by paceman Aaron Hardie. That does change the balance of the bowling attack.

 Predicted Lineups (Playing11): 

 Perth Scorchers 

Liam Livingstone, Josh Inglis (wk), Cameron Bancroft, Mitchell Marsh (c), Tim David, Cameron Green, Aaron Hardie, Chris Jordan, Jhye Richardson, Matthew Kelly, Fawad Ahmed.

 Brisbane Heat 

Tom Banton, Max Bryant, Chris Lynn (c), Matt Renshaw, Joe Burns, Jimmy Peirson (wk), Ben Cutting, Josh Lalor, James Pattinson, Ben Laughlin, Zahir Khan.


 HEA vs SCO D11 Fantasy Team: 

Head 2 Head or 3-4 Members League Team
Other C & VC Options: C Lynn & Liam Livingstone

Above Team in Text:
1. T Banton
2. M Reneshaw
3. C Lynn
4. F Ahmed
5. C Bancroft
6. Liam Livingstone
7. Ben Cutting (VC)
8. M Marsh (C)
9. Ben Laughlin
10. J Pattinson
11. Jhy Richardson


My SL Team Playing in upto 52 Members League.
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Other C & VC Options: C Lynn, M Marsh

 HEA vs SCO Fantasy Team Guide: 

 Team Guide: 

WK:


-Tom Banton is a good batsman who will open the innings for BH. Though he had played only 26 T20 matches but performed really well in them by Batting at an average of 34.89 with strike rate more than 150. He has smashed a century too. Played two good knocks of 64 & 56 runs from last 6 matches.

-Josh Inglis is a decent batsman who had played only 15 T20 matches but batted at a decent average of 23.2 with SR near to 140. He had been a top-order batsman who will open the innings for PS. Selected by 80% users and available in 8.0 credits too. Played three good knocks of 22,50, 27 & 51 runs in four of the last 7 Matches.

-Jimmy Pierson is a decent WK batsman who had played more than 50 T20 matches and batted at an average of 20.2 with strike rate near to 130. He will bat in the middle order and available in fewer credits too. Good pick in SL if BH opts to bat first. Scored decent 25 & 23 runs in two of the match.

Batsman:

-Chris Lynn is a T20 specialist batsman, who is known for his hitting In the previous BBL season, he mustered 385 runs in 14 games with four half-centuries. He will be a hot favourite pick for any D11 Fantasy Side. He will open the innings and best choice of C VC in SL. Got out early in first two games though but smashed 94(35),88(55) & 31 runs finally in three of the last five matches.

-Max Bryant will bat at one down. He is a young talent who had played only 20 T20 matches but batted at good average of 28 with SR near to 150. He is in good form as seen in AUS ODD recently. Available in only 8.5 credits and selected by 61% users so becomes good pick in SL. Got out early though in first four matches but played good knock of 65 & 28 runs in two of the last three matches.

-Joe Burns is a good batsman who will bat at three down. He is having experience of playing 62 T20 games at an average of 25.10 with strike rate near to 120. He had been very good in BBL from last couple of seasons. Got duck in last game but expected to play better today.

-Cameron Bancroft is another must-have a pick in SL from PS side who has been very consistent especially in T20 games as he had batted at an average of 30.73 with good strike rate too in 40+ matches. He is a big player who will bat at one down for PS. Smashed 50+ runs in two of the last seven matches and a 25+ score too.

-Liam Livingstone is a good batting all-rounder who has played 90+ T20 matches and batted at an average of 27 with SR near to 140. He has taken 31 wickets too from these matches at economy rate of 7.98 only. He is a good batsman rather than a bowler. He will open the innings for PS. Another good C VC Choice in SL. Played three good knocks of 69(26), 29(19) & 59(39) from last 7 Matches and taken two wickets too.

All Rounder:


-Ben Cutting is a good all-rounder who has played 130+ matches and batted at an average of 21 with SR more than 150. He has taken 105+ wickets too at decent economy rate. He will bat down the order and bowl full 2-3 overs too. Must have pick in SL and choice of C VC. Scored 28,12, 18 & 43 runs in four of the last 6 matches and took four wickets too.

-Matthew Renshaw is a young talent who has played only 16 T20s but batted at an average of 25 with SR near to 130. He is a good batsman rather than a bowler as he had taken only 5 wickets. He has been good in recently concluded AUS ODD. He will bat at two down . Smashed 26,39,60 & 30 runs in four of the last 7 matches and took four wickets too. Another must-have a pick in SL and choice of C VC.
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-Mitchell Marsh is a good all rounder who has played 75+ T20 games and batted at an average of 31.15 with decent Strike rate too. He is expected to bowl 2-3 overs too as he has taken 43 wickets with decent economy rate. He will bat at two down. Good C VC choice in SL. Scored 32, 56, 14, 17, 26, 48 & 21 runs in last seven matches respectively.

-Cameron Green is a young talent who doesn't have much experience of playing prolific leagues but can emerge out as good punt in SL as he had performed well in his short FC & List A career. He will bat down the order and expected to bowl couple of overs too. Scored decent 36 & 33 runs in two of the last 7 Matches. failed to pass even 10 runs margin in rest of the matches nor bowled any over.

-Tim David will bat at three down and expected to bowl 1-2 overs too. He has played only 17 T20 games but batted at an average of 35 with Strike rate near to 150. He is a good batsman rather than a bowler as he had got only three wickets from these matches. Scored decent 18 & 16 runs in last two games.

Bowler:


-Jhye Richardson is a must-have a pick in SL considering his consistency and wicket-taking ability. Taken 34 wickets in just 33 T20 games at a decent economy rate. He had taken 7 wickets in just three matches last season against Perth. Though gone wicketless in both first two matches finally took 7 wickets in the last five matches.

-Chris Jordan is a must-have bowler today in SL. He had been a very consistent bowler from last couple of series as he has played 167 matches and took 178 wickets from them. A popular pick in SL today. Got 8 wickets from the last 7 Matches.

-Fawad Ahmad is an experienced bowler who has taken 91 wickets in 88 matches at an economy rate of 6.75 only. He had been very consistent in this format who can get some help from the pitch. Gone wicketless in the first match but took 8 wickets in the last six matches.

-Mitchell Swepson is a decent bowler who has taken 37 wickets from 38 T20 matches at an economy rate of 7.76 only. He isn't very consistent bowler but at his day he usually takes 2fer or 3fer so can emerge out as good punt in SL. He has taken 5 wickets from last 5 matches.

-Ben Laughlin is an experienced bowler who has taken 175 wickets in just 145 T20 matches at a decent economy rate too. He has taken a couple of wickets against an opponent in the last season of BBL. Must have a pick in SL. Got 9 wickets from the last 7 Matches.

-Zahir Khan is a good bowler who has taken 51 wickets in just 40 matches at economy rate of 7 only. He is a young talent who had been very good in his T20 career. Must have pick in SL. Took 7 wickets from last 7 Matches.


C VC Choices -
+Chris Lynn
+Liam Livingstone
+Mitchell Marsh
+Tom Banton
+Matthew Renshaw
+Chris Jordan
-Mitchell Marsh and Chris Lynn can be seen as default C VC choice in SL.
-Liam Livingstone and Matthew Renshaw are other two safe choice of C VC in SL.

 Key Players: 

 SCO Key Players: 

Liam Livingstone: 
Took the man-of-the-match award last time out for his 59 from 39 balls at the top of the order – his second half-century of this year’s tournament. He also took a wicket in each of the two matches before that too.

Mitchell Marsh: 
His brother was one of the two wickets he claimed as he posted figures of 2-10 last time out, while the all-rounder and captain remains a key batsmen too.

Fawad Ahmed: 
Will now lead the spin attack solo, with the exception of the part-timers, and will therefore want to add to his eight wickets so far this season. He took 3-16 when these teams last met.

 HEA Key Players: 

Chris Lynn: 

Scored 94 against Sydney Sixers and 88* in the win against Hobart Hurricanes to help spark Brisbane’s turnaround in form and get back to his best up the order.

Tom Banton: 

Preparing to sign off after a Big Bash League campaign that has brought two half-centuries, including his match-winning effort against Sydney Thunder in the rain-reduced match.


Josh Lalor: 

Took his 50th T20 wicket as he finished with figures of 3-21 in the win against Hobart Hurricanes last time out. He has eight wickets in this year’s tournament.

 Team Forms: 

 Perth Scorchers: 

Perth Scorchers got back to winning ways last time out, against winless Melbourne Renegades. Jhye Richardson took 3-22 as the Renegades posted 175/5, before Josh Inglis (51) and Liam Livingstone (59) shared an opening partnership of 102 in 10.1 overs. The Scorchers got home with an over to spare to claim a six-wicket win.

 Brisbane Heat: 

Brisbane made it four wins from five last time out with a low-scoring win against Hobart Hurricanes. After stretching their good form with a rain-affected win against Sydney Thunder – in which Tom Banton (56) and Chris Lynn (31) helped them post 119/4 in just eight overs – it was the bowlers on top last time out.

Josh Lalor led the way with 3-21 as they restricted the Hurricanes to 126/9, and they eased to victory to win by five wickets with ten balls to spare – Ben Cutting and Jimmy Peirson sharing an unbroken 60-run partnership to ensure they get over the line without too much drama.


 SQUAD: 
Perth Scorchers: Josh Inglis(w), Liam Livingstone, Mitchell Marsh(c), Cameron Bancroft, Tim David, Ashton Agar, Cameron Green, Chris Jordan, Jhye Richardson, Matthew Kelly, Fawad Ahmed, Aaron Hardie, Nick Hobson, Joel Paris, Kurtis Patterson.

Brisbane Heat: Tom Banton, Max Bryant, Chris Lynn(c), Matt Renshaw, Joe Burns, Jimmy Peirson(w), Ben Cutting, Josh Lalor, Mitchell Swepson, Ben Laughlin, Zahir Khan, Matthew Willans, Cameron Gannon, James Pattinson, Sam Heazlett.

All the best

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