HEA vs REN Dream11 Team Predictions | Brisbane Heat vs Melbourne Renegades
Brisbane Heat takes on Melbourne Renegades on 14th January. Here are the tips for HEA vs REN Dream11 Team Predictions.
HEA vs REN Dream11 Team Predictions: The bottom table battle is very much on as Brisbane Heat is all set to put up a spirited fight against Melbourne Renegades. The match will be played at the Manuka Oval on 14th January.
The Heat lost from a winning position against Sydney Sixers in their last match whereas their opponents could breathe a sigh of relief as they notched up their 2nd triumph of the season.
Analyzing how the teams have played against each other, it is the visitors who have packed more punches over the years with 10 wins with the hosts almost clueless in this one-sided rivalry. Given that this is a new season, it is certain that both have a good chance of emerging victorious.
HEA vs REN
- WICKETKEEPER POINTS
- BATSMAN POINTS
- ALLROUNDER POINTS
- BOWLERS POINT
Jimmy Peirson is a quality wicket-keeper batsman who is suffering from lack of form for the Heat. He has a decent strike rate of 128.57 and is a perfectly reliable player in the middle order. He delivered 17 fantasy points in his last outing.
Sam Harper is the one with the gloves for Renegades who has often struggled to get going with the bat. He managed to contribute 20 points with the willow and the gloves in his last appearance.
Chris Lynn is back with a bang as the Queensland cricketer notched up an important half-century for his team. His 56 off 44 meant that the team was able to breach the 140 mark.
Max Bryant is a youngster who has impressed everyone in the domestic games and is a big hitter in T20s with a strike rate close to 125. He has amassed 210 runs in 8 games at a strike rate of 138.16.
Joe Denly has been out there on just 3 occasions but the right-handed batsman has scored 70 runs in that period. On the other hand, Joe Burns who has his back to the wall after a poor Test series is looking for redemption at the Manuka Oval.
Renegades skipper Aaron Finch is always regarded as one of the best T20 openers. But he is experiencing a deeper slump with just 146 runs in this edition.
The new entrée Mackenzie Harvey should be given the license to strike freely with the new ball. He amassed 14 runs in his last outing, contributing 16 dream 11 points.
Jake Fraser McGurk who is considered as a pure batsman pitched in with 29 runs, finishing off the game in style to secure their 2nd win of the season.
Beau Webster has been a liability in the side with little to no contribution from the 27-year-old so far.
If Heat were to stand a chance to make it to the knockouts, someone like Jack Wildermuth will have to consistently perform for the side. He is a potential game changer for the side who has finishing capabilities. He has a healthy strike-rate with the bat and has taken 9 wickets with the ball. On the other hand,
Lewis Gregory pitched in with a quick knock after the middle order crumbled completely under pressure. He also gave two overs with the ball in his last game.
James Bazley failed big time with the bat but made a merry with the ball as he picked two wickets and gave away 50 fantasy points.
It is quite an astonishing to digest the fact that Mohammad Nabi has cemented his No.4 spot with his exceptional batting for the Renegades. He played an important knock where he scored in all parts of the ground with a strike rate of 173.17. He has also bowled well and is turning out to be a better batsman than a bowler.
Jack Prestwidge got rid of Matt Renshaw and Rashid Khan in the first half and finished the formalities with the bat as Renegades finally picked some important points.
Mujeeb Ur Rehman is an important part of this bowling unit who is one of the best T20 spinners going around. He bowled yet another match turning spell as he ran through the batting lineup of Sixers dismissing two players.
Mark Steketee is considered to be a T20 specialist who played his part by removing Carlos Brathwaite cheaply in his last outing. In addition to conceding 40 runs in his 4 overs, he managed to provide 25 fantasy points. Xavier Bartlett has better control and variations than his counter parts but was unlucky to not any wicket in his last game.
Kane Richardson is the one who leads the bowling pack of the Renegades. The 7th highest wicket taker in this BBL has a lot of variations in his armory that helped him dismiss Danny Briggs.
Imad Wasim was the pick of the bowlers for the side in the last game after getting the crucial breakthrough of Alex Cary and gave away just 28 runs.
Peter Hatzoglou was taken for cleaners initially but the quick was unmoved as he uprooted the Strikers’ middle order with ease. He contributed with 75 points in his last outing.
Noor Ahmad had a one off with the chinaman finding no success in his spell.