Today match prediction
The 44th match of the Big Bash League 2019-20 match is to be played between Brisbane Heat and Melbourne Renegades on Sunday, 19 January 2020 in Gaba, Brisbane. We are posting safe, accurate and safe today’s match prediction for all matches of BBL free.
The Brisbane Heat had an average performance this season of the Big Bash League. He had won five of the ten matches he had just played. They had lost five matches and were ranked 5th in the points table. He suffered a heavy defeat in his last match against Adelaide Strikers by a margin of ten wickets. Brisbane won the toss and decided to bat first.
His batting order almost collapsed in that match. He was all-out by scoring just 100 runs in 17 overs. Matt Renshaw was the most successful and highest run-scorer for his side, scoring 43 runs from 31 balls with the help of six fours. The captain, Chris Lynn, also performed well with the bat. He had 26 runs to his name. Almost nine of his batsmen failed to enter double digits.
Like batting, the Brisbane Heat’s bowling unit also failed to deliver their best in the previous match. They failed to defend the target of 101 runs and were charged for the target in just 10.5 overs.
He failed to take any wicket in the last match. Mujib ur Rehman was dismissed for 43 runs in 3.5 overs, while Josh Lalor scored 22 runs in three overs. Ben Laughlin conceded 16 runs from two overs while Mitchell Svepson was bowled for 15 runs from his two overs.
The Melbourne Renegades had a poor performance this season of the BBL. He had won only one of his ten matches played and has been at the bottom of the points table. He won the previous match against Sydney Thunder. It was a rain-affected match and was decided through the DLS method.
He won the toss and was elected to bat first. His batting order performed well in that match. He scored a total of 172 runs on the board in his innings of 20 overs. Sam Harper was the highest run-scorer for his side, scoring 52 runs off 38 balls with the help of three fours and two sixes.
Shaun Marsh also had a good performance with the bat. He scored 47 runs while Marcus Harris scored 22 runs in the previous match.
The Melbourne Renegades’ bowling unit performed well in the previous match as well. He leaked 122 runs in 14 overs when the rain came and in the end, he was 12 runs ahead through the DLS method. The captain,
Daniel Christian, was the most successful and most wicket-taker for his side, bowling out for 14 from three overs in his two overs. Andrew Fackett, Samit Patel and Mohammad Nabi took one wicket each in the previous match while Jack Wildermath and Cameron Boyce failed to take any wickets.
BBS Will WinToday Match Prediction
Favorite team in today match prediction
- Brisbane heat has some advantages for home ground and crowd
- The Melbourne Renegades performed well in the last match
- The Melbourne Renegades have a strong bowling unit which is in excellent form
- Both teams have a strong batting order, at least on paper.
- The Brisbane Heat have a strong batting order which is in excellent form
- Today’s win is a match for both teams
- The Brisbane Heat did well in this tournament compared to the Melbourne Renegades. They had won five of the ten matches played so far, so the chances of winning the match for Brisbane Heat have increased.
Toss prediction in today’s match prediction
Toss will play a key role in deciding all matches in the Big Bash League. As predicted by our toss, the team that wins the toss may select the region first.
Pitch Report and Conditions
The 44th match of the Big Bash League season 2019-20 is to be held in Gabba, Brisbane. The pitch here is good for batting. There is some bounce in it and batsmen will enjoy their shots. A score of about 190 should be equal. The average first innings score at this place is 166 and the average second innings score is 145 runs. The venue has the highest record of 209 runs in T20 Internationals.
Weather report for today’s match
The weather forecast in Brisbane is predicting some chance of rain on match day, but hopefully it should be clear by the time the match starts.