Sydney Thunder will go loggerheads with Brisbane Heat in on this Monday in Big Bash League. The two teams lost their first game against Melbourne Stars. They will want to make an impact in the tournament in this upcoming match now.
Sydney Thunder lost their first match against Melbourne Stars. Skipper Callum Ferguson smashed fifty in the same game. He scored 54 runs off 35 balls with the help of six fours and one six. English opener scored 46 runs off 41 balls. They still couldn’t chase the target of 170 runs against Melbourne Stars. Aussie opener Usman Khawaja and Aussie batsman Alex Ross couldn’t contribute much in the first game. Allrounders Ben Cutting and Daniel Sams failed to deliver in the chase.
The batsmen of the Thunders couldn’t play well against leggie Adam Zampa and Aussie pacer Liam Hatcher. Daniel Sams, Chris Green and Tanveer Sangha bagged two wickets each in the same match. Jonathan Cook and Nathan McAndrew took one wicket each. Alex Hales will be their key batsman going forward in this season. He was second highest runs-scorer in the previous season of BBL. He piled-up 576 runs from 17 BBL matches in the previous season with the help of six half-centuries. Thunder would wish to open their account on the points table with the win in this game.
Brisbane Heat lost their first match against Melbourne Stars. Their batsmen couldn’t deliver in the same match. No batsmen cross 30 runs mark in the first match. Swashbuckling batsman Chris Lynn could only make 20 runs. With this mediocre batting, they could register only 125 runs on the scoreboard. Heats’ batsmen couldn’t play Nathen Coulter-Nile well.
He bagged four wickets in the same match. Jack Wood bagged two wickets of Stars for Brisbane Heat while Xavier Bartlett and Matthew Kuhnermann took one wicket each. They would hope to put up better show in the batting department against Thunder. Skipper Chris Lynn would hope to score big in this game. He amassed 387 runs from 14 BBL matches in the previous season. Opener Max Bryant is also a dashing batsman. Brisbane Heat would wish to register their first win in this game.
These two teams played each other 10 times where Brisbane Heat won eight games while Sidney Thunder won the remaining two games.
Sydney Thunder is likely to win this match as they are looking stronger team and are playing better cricket.
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Date and Time:
Monday, December 14, 2020, 1.45 PM
Manuka Oval, Canberra
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