HEA vs HUR Today Match Prediction, Match 41, Big Bash League, Cricket Betting Tips, 8th January 2022

Rogers appears at his prime to take it to the next level again in this edition. He is currently the leading wicket-taker for Hurricanes with 14 wickets in 8 games and can prove to be a handy batter done the order. While remaining wicketless in the last match against Strikers he has a good record against Brisbane Heat where he picked two major scalps in the last encounter. He will be looking to improve his figures in this upcoming fixture.
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  • Match: Brisbane Heat vs Hobart Hurricanes
  • Date- 8th January 2022
  • Match Format- T20
  • Venue- The Gabba, Brisbane
  • Time- 12:30 PM IST
  • Weather Forecast- Mostly cloudy, 22-27 ° C

HEA vs HUR, Match 41, General Online Betting Odds

Brisbane Heat– 3.85

Hobart Hurricanes– 1.28

HEA vs SIX, Betting Odds Comparison

Betting Sites with Odds For HEA vs HURHEA (Odds)HUR (Odds)
Bet3653.851.28
Betway3.601.25
Unibet3.751.73

HEA vs HUR Today Match Prediction, Match 41, Big Bash League, 8th January

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Brisbane Heat

Brisbane Heat will lock horns with Hobart Hurricanes in the Match 41 of the Big bash League 2021 as The Gabba in Brisbane will host this fixture. Heats are currently in the 6th spot on the points table with 14 points. They have won three out of the nine games they have played so far.

They will be entering this tournament after a recent loss against Melbourne Renegades. After batting first Heat managed to post a target of 128 Runs on board as the Renegades bowlers completely annihilated their batting lineup. Opening the batting Jake Lehmann scored 65 off 53 balls while other batters kept returning to the pavilion at regular intervals.

It was a piece of cake for Renegades in the second innings as Aaron Finch and Shaun Marsh put up a partnership during the chase. The Renegades won the match with 5 wickets in hand. The only bowler who stood out was David Grant who picked three scalps.

After their match against Sixers was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this is their sixth loss in the tournament. With the addition of key players like Fakhar Zaman in the squad, they have a good batting line-up with the likes of Sam Heazlett, Ben Duckett, and Chris Lynn but those players seem to be missing their natural form and are failing to maintain consistency in every game.

Top Batsmen for Brisbane Heat-

  • Sam Heazlett– 242 runs in 9 Matches, 128.72 Strike Rate
  • Ben Duckett- 218 runs in 8 Matches, 138.85 Strike Rate

Top Bowler for Brisbane Heat-

  • Mark Steketee- 11 Wickets in 8 Matches, 7.45 Economy
  • James Bazley- 10 Wickets in 5 Matches, 7.70 Economy

Hobart Hurricanes

Hurricanes on the other hand had a bit shaky start but are now back on the winning track after two wins in a row. they are currently placed in the fourth spot in the points table with 17 points. They have four wins and five losses to their tally so far in the tournament.

They have lost the last two matches they played consecutively. Their last win came against Adelaide Strikers where batting first the strikers posted a target of 175 Runs at the end of 20 overs. Leading the bowling attack for Hurricanes was Riley Meredith who picked three major wickets. But it was Ben McDermott who starred with the bat for Hurricanes and hammered 110 Runs in 60 balls including 12 fours and 5 sixes to take his side to victory.

The top-order of the Hurricanes were in excellent form at the earlier stages of the tournament and they will be looking to rectify the failures of the past two matches. They just need to work on their bowling unit in this current fixture.

Top Batsmen for Hobart Hurricanes-

  • D’Arcy Short- 265 Runs in 9 Matches, 99.25 Strike Rate
  • Ben McDermott- 364 Runs in 7 Matches, 163.93 Strike Rate

Top Bowlers for Hobart Hurricanes-

  • Tom Rogers- 14 Wickets in 8 Matches, 7.06 Economy
  • Nathan Ellis– 11 Wickets in 8 Matches, 8.12 Economy

Venue Stats

STATS – T20 Domestic

VenueBrisbane
Total matches47
Matches won batting first21
Matches won bowling first25
Tie1
Average 1st Inns scores167
Average 2nd Inns scores157
Highest total recordedBrisbane Heat 209/3
Lowest total recordedBrisbane Heat 109/4

Weather Report

Cloudy skies are expected during the course of the play when both teams will come to play at The Gabba in Brisbane on Saturday. There is a slight chance of rain playing spoilsport while the temperature will hover around 22-27°C.

  • Precipitation: 14%
  • Humidity: 75%
  • Wind: 13 km/h

Pitch Report

The surface at the Gabba is a balanced one with equal assistance to both departments. The team winning the toss should look to bowl first as the majority of the games played on this ground have been won by the team bowling first. In the past pacers have been very successful at this venue as rain has occurred regularly over the last week, the bowl is likely to swing a lot. 

HEA vs HUR, Match 41, Today Match Prediction, Playing 11

Brisbane Heat Playing 11-

Chris Lynn, Jimmy Peirson (c & wk), Ben Duckett, Sam Heazlett, Max Bryant, Xavier Bartlett, James Bazley, Mark Steketee, Matthew Kuhnemann, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Jack Wildermuth

Wicketkeeper- Jimmy Peirson

Batsmen-  Chris Lynn, Ben Duckett, Sam Heazlett, Max Bryant

All-Rounders-  James Bazley, Jack Wildermuth

Bowlers-  Mark Steketee, Matthew Kuhnemann, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Xavier Bartlett

Hobart Hurricane Playing 11

Matthew Wade (c & wk), D Arcy Short, Caleb Jewell, Ben McDermott, Harry Brook, Tim David, Nathan Ellis, Thomas Rogers, Jordan Thompson, Riley Meredith, Sandeep Lamichhane

Wicketkeeper- Matthew Wade

Batsmen- Ben McDermott, Caleb Jewell, Harry Brook, Tim David

All-Rounder- D Arcy Short, Jordan Thompson

Bowler- Thomas Rogers, Riley Meredith, Sandeep Lamichhane, Nathan Ellis

HEA vs HUR, Who will win the match, Today Match Prediction

Hobart Hurricanes are expected to win against Brisbane Heat.

The Hurricanes are favorites to win their next BBL game given the current form they are in the tournament while the Brisbane Heat hasn’t played with a full-strength team and their bowling hasn’t looked very convincing. Hurricanes are coming into this game after some bad performances from their bowlers, which cost them their last two matches.

Given the past encounters in the last edition between these two, in the last 5 matches, The Heats has emerged victorious four times while the Hurricanes bagged just a single win. It won’t be easy for the Hurricanes to get past the Heat on their home ground. They really need major changes in their tactics to outplay the latter.

Top Batsman for Brisbane Heat- Sam Heazlett

Heazlett is currently the leading run-scorer for Brisbane Heat in the tournament. He has scored 242 runs from his 9 outings with the best score of 49 and has a strike rate close to 123. He is was not at his best in the last match against the Renegades and got out at 12 Runs. At 22 he is still very young and has managed to play some innings beyond his age for his side. He can prove to be a good pick for this contest as he will be looking to score big in this game to get back to his natural form.

Top Batsman for Hobart HurricanesMatthew Wade

Matthew Wade is currently one of the top scorers for his team with 177 Runs in 9 matches. He played a captain’s knock in the last fixture against Sixers hammering 93 Runs in 46 deliveries including five sixes and nine fours with an exceptional strike rate of 202.17. His 2021 T20 World Cup heroics for Australia cannot be forgotten. So far he has scored 1961 Runs in 72 matches of BBL with a 156.62 Strike Rate. While he fell prey into the hands of Harry Conway’s exceptional bowling in the last match against Strikers. He will certainly be looking for a comeback and score some runs top the order.

Top Bowler for Brisbane Heat- James Bazley

Bazley being a medium-fast pacer can give the ball a good rip on the Gabba pitch. He is also second in line alongside Bartlett for most wickets taken by a Brisbane Heat spin bowler with 39 scalps under his belt. So far he has picked 11 wickets in 8 matches with an economy rate of 7.45. Though he failed to pick wickets in the last match against the Hurricanes, he amassed 44 Runs in that game. He can prove to be vital in this fixture and a threat to Hurricane batters.

Top Bowler for Hobart Hurricanes- Tom Rogers

Rogers appears at his prime to take it to the next level again in this edition. He is currently the leading wicket-taker for Hurricanes with 14 wickets in 8 games and can prove to be a handy batter done the order. While remaining wicketless in the last match against Strikers he has a good record against Brisbane Heat where he picked two major scalps in the last encounter. He will be looking to improve his figures in this upcoming fixture.

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