THU vs HEA | BBL 25th T20 Match Team Prediction | 06-01-2020 13:40

Big Bash League T20 Prediction


Match:  THU vs HEA Fantasy Team Prediction
Time: 06 Jan , 01:40 PM (IST)
Series:  Big Bash League, 2019
Venue  Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney.



 After toss Update: 

Toss: Brisbane Heat have won the toss and have opted to bat

Brisbane Heat (Playing XI): 
Tom Banton, Max Bryant, Chris Lynn(c), Matt Renshaw, Ben Cutting, Jimmy Peirson(w), Josh Lalor, Mitchell Swepson, Jack Prestwidge, Zahir Khan, Ben Laughlin

Sydney Thunder (Playing XI): 
Usman Khawaja, Alex Hales, Callum Ferguson(c), Matthew Gilkes(w), Alex Ross, Chris Morris, Daniel Sams, Chris Green, Arjun Nair, Chris Tremain, Brendan Doggett

 Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first) 

THU: L W L NR W
HEA: W L W L L



 Head to Head Stats

Matches Played  10
THU Won             02
HEA Won            07
No Result           01
Tie                     00



 Info: 

  • Sydney Thunder will look to move further clear of Brisbane Heat as they bid to consolidate their top-five position in the BBL 2019-20 table.
  • They lost last time out, however - posting 142/7 at the Showground Stadium but losing by three wickets to Melbourne Stars with two balls to spare.
  • Brisbane Heat, meanwhile, have won just twice but their batsmen were back in top form last time out - Chris Lynn smashed 88* from 55 balls in a total of 212/3 as they beat Hobart Hurricanes by 31 runs.

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

Live TV:  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.


 THU vs HEA Toss Prediction 

Sydney Thunder won the toss and elected to bat first at the Showground Stadium last time out, but it may be a tactic repeated by Brisbane Heat – despite the Thunder’s defeat – as they look to build on their win against Hobart.

 THU vs HEA Weather Report 

There is a chance of showers throughout the day in Sydney, and it could be 50-50 as to whether they affect this game.

 THU vs HEA Pitch Condition 

The Showground wicket is well-balanced – the Thunder’s first game of the season there saw 14 wickets fall and the hosts’ score of 142/7 was only just below par.

Team NEWS:

 THU Team News 

With Matthew Wade still away on international duty, Hobart could be unchanged from the team which has played each of the last two matches against the two Melbourne teams.


 HEA Team News 
Mitchell Swepson is back in contention after not being selected in the Australian XI for the third test against New Zealand. He is likely to replace Mark Steketee. With AB de Villiers set to arrive in a week’s time, Tom Banton and Zahir Khan continue as the Heat’s overseas stars for the time being.

 Predicted Lineups (Playing11): 

 Sydney Thunder 

Alex Hales, Usman Khawaja, Callum Ferguson (c), Matthew Gilkes, Alex Ross, Chris Morris, Daniel Sams, Chris Green, Arjun Nair, Nathan McAndrew, Brendan Doggett.

 Brisbane Heat 

Tom Banton, Max Bryant, Chris Lynn (c), Matt Renshaw, Jimmy Peirson (wk), Ben Cutting, Jack Prestwidge, Mitchell Swepson, Josh Lalor, Ben Laughlin, Zahir Khan.


 THU vs HEA D11 Fantasy Team: 

Head 2 Head or 3-4 Members League Team
C & VC Choice:
 Safe:  (C-C Lynn & VC-C Ferguson)
Risky: (C-D Sams & VC-B Cutting)
*Playing Safe with Safe C & VC in Small League & Risky C & VC in GL
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Above Team in Text:
1. T Banton
2. C Lynn (C)
3. C Ferguson (VC)
4. U Khwaja
5. B Cutting
6.  M Renshaw
7. D Sams
8. B Laughlin
9. J Lalor / M Swepson
10. Chris Morris / C Green
11. A Nair


 THU vs HEA Fantasy Team Guide: 

 Team Guide: 

WK-


-Tom Banton is a good batsman who will open the innings for BH. Though he had played only 25 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 a good knock of 64 runs from last 4 matches.

-Matthew Gilkes is selected by 17% users only who can bat at top order sometimes. Played more than 10 T20 matches and batted at an average of 17 in them with good SR too. Good credit saver punt in SL. Didn't managed to play even a decent knock in first 5 Matches but finally managed to cross 25 runs margin in last match.

-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 middle order and available in less credits too. Good pick in SL if BH opts to bat first. Scored decent 25 runs in one 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 bat at one down and best choice of C VC in SL. Got out early in first two games though but smashed 94(35) & 88(55) runs finally in two of the last three matches.

-Max Brynt will open the innings. He is a young talent who had played only 19 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 42% users so becomes good pick in SL. Got out early though in first four matches but played good knock of 65 runs in last match finally.

-Alex Hales will open the innings for Thunder. He is an experienced batsman who had played more than 235 matches and batted at an average of 29 with good SR too. He has smashed three centuries and 41 half centuries from these matches . Another good pick in SL and choice of C VC. Played two good knock of 68 & 32 runs from last 6 Matches.

-Usman Khwaja has been very impressive in every format of the game and currently in good form as seen in last couple of series. He is having Average of 31 in 70+ T20s with help of two centuries too. He will open the innings for Thunder and popular pick in SL . Played two top knocks of 66 & 63 runs from last 6 Matches. Scored decent 25+ runs too in one game.

-Callum Ferguson is another experienced batsman who has played 115+ T20s and batted at decent average of 26 with help of two centuries too. Selected by more than 91% users and available in less credits so becomes must pick in SL as he will bat at one down. Smashed 73*, 53 & 73 runs in three of the last 6 Matches. Another good C VC choice in SL.

-Alex Ross is selected by only 16% users and will bat at three down. He has played 50+ T20s and batted at an average of 27 with good SR . Played really well in AUS ODD recently. Good pick in SL if ST opts to bat first. Scored decent 30, 11', 25, 19 & 40 runs in last five of six matches.


 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 a decent economy rate. He will bat at three and bowl full 4 overs too. Must have-pick in SL and choice of C VC. Scored 28, 12 & 18 runs in three of the last matches and took three wickets too.

-Matthew Renshaw is a young talent who has played only 15 T20s and 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 5 matches and took three wickets too. Another must-have pick in SL and choice of C VC.
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-Daniel Sam's is a good bowler rather than a batsman who had taken 28 wickets in just 23 matches at decent economy rate before coming to this season BBL.He can play some good knocks if get to bat much ball's. Performed well in recently concluded MSL. Good pick in SL if THU opts to bowl first. Took 12 wickets from last 6 Matches which include 4 times 2fer and a 3fer too.

-Chris Morris is an impressive all-rounder who had experience of playing 194 T20s and taken 239 wickets from them at good economy rate too. He is a good batsman also who is having average of 22 in this format. Took 2fer in all of the last four matches. Another must have pick in SL.


 Bowler: 


-Arjun Nair is a good bowling all-rounder who can bat too as his average of 19 in approx 20 matches tells so. He had taken 13 wickets at economy rate of only 7.38 before coming to BBL. Good pick in SL especially if Brisbane opts to bat first as he will bat down the order. Got six wickets in last 6 Matches which include three times 3fer.

-Chris Green is a must have bowler in SL who has been very consistent in his T20 career as he had taken 64 wickets in 77 matches at good economy rate too before this seasons BBL. Performed really well in last couple of leagues. Took 4 wickets from last five matches and played a Decent knock of 25 runs too.

-Gurinder Sandhu is a decent bowler who had taken 40 wickets in 46 T20 games at decent economy rate. He is expected to be in playing XI as he had performed well in last season of BBL. available in less credits and selected by less users too.

-Brendan Doggett has played only 16 matches and taken 17 wickets from them with economy rate more than 8. He isn't very consistent bowler but can emerge out as good punt in SL. Gone wicket less in last match but expected to be among wickets today. Good GL pick.

-Josh Lalor is another good bowler who had been very consistent against the Thunders in last season. He has taken 44 wickets in just 42 matches at decent economy rate too. Good pick in SL today. Took a wicket in each last five matches.

-Ben Laughlin is an experienced bowler who has taken 175 wickets in just 145 T20 matches at decent economy rate too. He has taken couple of wickets against opponent in last season of BBL. Must have pick in SL. Got a wicket in each first three matches and 2fer & a wicket in last two 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 5 wickets from last 5 Matches.


C VC  Choices-
+Chris Lynn
+Tom Banton
+Max Brynt
+Chris Morris
+Matthew Renshaw
+Callum Ferguson
-Callum Ferguson and Chris Lynn can be seen as default C VC choice in SL.
-Tom Banton and Matthew Renshaw are other two safe choice of C VC in SL.

 Key Players: 

 THU Key Players: 


Callum Ferguson: Opened the tournament with 73* in the win against Brisbane Heat, and his back-to-back half-centuries in the final two games of 2019 means he now has 248 runs in six innings.

Daniel Sams: Continued his excellent wicket-taking form with 3-25 last time out, and the left-arm paceman now has 12 wickets in six matches in this year’s tournament.

Chris Morris: The South African all-rounder has played four matches for the Thunder in this year’s tournament and he has taken two wickets in each of them. His 2-24 last time out was his most economical return so far.

 HEA Key Players: 


Chris Lynn: Central to Brisbane Heat’s two wins so far, with scores of 94 and 88* in those two matches. It is a return to the form he showed in Abu Dhabi T10 League in November and means he now has 33 T20 half-centuries (and one hundred) to his name.

Tom Banton: The big-hitting English batsman has not yet fully delivered on his promise at the top of the order, but his 64 against Melbourne Stars was a reminder of why he has been propelled to the top tier of T20 stars.

Zahir Kahn: The 21-year-old spinner took his fifth wicket of the tournament last time out, finishing with figures of 1-33 to back-up his brilliant 2-18 against Perth Scorchers.

 Team Forms: 

 Sydney Thunder: 

Sydney Thunder ended 2019 by beating Adelaide Strikers on New Year’s Eve. Usman Khawaja (63) and Callum Ferguson (73) led them to 168/5 and two run outs from the final two balls helped them restrict the Strikers to 165/9 in reply.

They could not back it up against in-form Melbourne Stars, however – the Thunder posted 142/7 and despite a late comeback with the ball, they eventually lost by three wickets with two balls to spare.

 Brisbane Heat: 

Brisbane Heat have won twice this season, with Chris Lynn central to both victories. He smashed 94 from 35 balls as the Heat posted 209/4 against Sydney Sixers and won by 48 runs, while last time out it was 88* from 55 balls in a total of 212/3 in a 31-run defeat of Hobart Hurricanes.

In between, however, they folded for just 109 chasing 150 to beat Perth Scorchers. That miserable total would have been even lower but for Zahir Khan’s late hitting too.


 SQUAD: 
SYDNEY THUNDER: Alex Hales, Usman Khawaja, Callum Ferguson(c), Matthew Gilkes(w), Alex Ross, Chris Morris, Daniel Sams, Chris Green, Arjun Nair, Gurinder Sandhu, Brendan Doggett, Liam Bowe, Chris Tremain.

BRISBANE HEAT:  Tom Banton, Max Bryant, Chris Lynn(c), Matt Renshaw, Ben Cutting, Jimmy Peirson(w), Mark Steketee, Josh Lalor, Jack Prestwidge, Zahir Khan, Ben Laughlin, Cameron Gannon, Mitchell Swepson.

All the best

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