- Match: HEA vs STR
- Date- January 12TH
- Match Format- Match 46, Big Bash League
- Venue- The Gabba, Brisbane, Australia
- Time- 1:45 PM IST
- Weather Forecast- Cloudy, 18℃
HEA vs STR, Match 46, Big Bash League, General Online Betting Odds
Brisbane Heat- 2.00
Adelaide Strikers- 1.81
HEA vs STR Betting Odds Comparison
|Betting Sites with Odds For HEA vs STR||HEA (Odds)||STR(Odds)|
HEA vs STR Today Today Match Prediction, Match 46, Big Bash League
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Brisbane Heat lost two matches and now placed on 5th place in the Big Bash 2021-22 table. They have won just 3 out of 10 matches this edition which gives them 15 points, 22 behind leaders Perth Scorchers. Brisbane side lost last match by 8 wickets against Hobart Hurricanes.
Top Batsmen of Brisbane Heat from last match
|Lachlan Pfeffer||69 runs||135.29|
|Will Prestwidge||21 runs||300.00|
|Jack Wood||12 runs||92.31|
Top Bowlers of Brisbane Heat from last match
|Will Prestwidge||2 wickets||11.10|
|Patrick Dooley||0 wicket||6.25|
|Steven McGiffin||0 wicket||7.00|
Adelaide Strikers’ inconsistent season goes on after another loss in their last match against Melbourne Stars, where hosts lost by 5 wickets with 5 balls remaining. This is their 8th defeat in 10 matches this season which leaves them at the bottom of the table.
Top Batsmen of Adelaide Strikers from last match
|Jonathan Wells||68 Runs||121.43|
|Harry Nielsen||14 Runs||93.33|
|Thomas Kelly||13 Runs||86.67|
Top Bowlers of Adelaide Strikers from last match
|Peter Siddle||2 Wickets||6.50|
|Rashid Khan||1 Wicket||4.00|
|Fawad Ahmed||1 Wicket||8.50|
|Match Venue||The Gabba, Brisbane|
|Matches won batting first||21|
|Matches won bowling first||26|
|Average 1st Inns scores||165|
|Highest score||Brisbane Heat 209/3|
|Lowest Score||Brisbane Heat 109/4|
|Below Score 150||15|
|Score between 150 and 169||11|
|Score between 170 and 189:||12|
|Above Score 190||10|
The temperature is expected to hover around 18°C on the match-day with 66% humidity and 32 km/hr wind speed. There are 0% chances of precipitation during the game.
- Rain: 0%
- Humidity: 59%
- Wind speed: 6-21 km/h.
- Temperature- 18 Degree Celsius
Brisbane pitch is favoring batsmen this year, with the average score in the last 10 matches is 161. But bowlers can fancy wickets in the last four overs as boundaries are very long and fielding position will be a key for both teams.
HEA vs STR Last Four Matches Stats
HEA vs STR Match 46, Big Bash League – Today Today Match Prediction
Let’s check out the crucial playing 11 and Squad for today’s game and the Prediction for this match.
Bryce Street, Chris Lynn, Fakhar Zaman, Hugo Burdon, Jack Clayton, Jake Lehmann, Max Brynt, Nathan McSweeney, Sam Heazlett, Tom Banton, Tom Cooper(C), Jack Wildermuth, James Bazley, Marnus Labuschagne, Michael Naser, Steven McGiffin, Ben Duckett(WK), Jimmy Peirson(WK), Lachlan Pfeffer, Cameron Gannon, Connor Sully, David Grant, Jack Wood, Liam Guthrie, Mark Steketee, Matthew Willans, Mitchell Swepson, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Patrick Dooley, Ronan McDonald, Will Prestwidge, Xavier Bartlett.
HEA Playing 11
Wicket-keeper: Ben Duckett
Batsmen: Chris Lynn, Max Bryant, Jake Lehmann, Sam Heazlett
All-rounders: Tom Cooper
Bowlers: Xavier Bartlett, Mark Steketee, Patrick Dooley, Liam Guthrie, Mujeeb Ur Rahman
Jake Weatherald, Matthew Short, Matt Renshaw, Jonathan Wells, Thomas Kelly, Harry Nielsen(w), George Garton, Rashid Khan, Wes Agar, Peter Siddle(c), Fawad Ahmed, Daniel Worrall, Henry Hunt, Liam Scott, Ryan Gibson, Harry Conway.
STR Playing 11
Wicket-keeper: Harry Nielsen
Batsmen: Jake Weatherald, Thomas Kelly, Henry Hunt, Jonathan Wells
All-rounders: Matthew Short, Ryan Gibson
Bowlers: Harry Conway, Rashid Khan, Peter Siddle(c), Fawad Ahmed
Head 2 Head Stats (Last 15 games)
|Teams||HEA Win||STR Win||N/R|
|Last 5 games||2||3||0|
HEA vs STR Top Player:
|Player||Statistics (This Tournament)|
|Jonathan Wells||280 runs|
|Sam Heazlett||246 runs|
|Thomas Kelly||155 runs|
|Jake Weatherald||154 runs|
|Rashid Khan||14 Wickets|
|Peter Siddle||18 Wickets|
|Matthew Short||2 wickets and 265 runs|
Who will win the match, Today Today Match Prediction:
Brisbane Heat expected to win the match against Adelaide Strikers
Chris Lynn returns to action with this fixture and has a very good record against Adelaide Strikers. But recent Covid-19 outbreak will impact the hosts to field their strongest eleven possible. Adelaide bowlers have been impressive lately with Peter Siddle and Rashid Khan will be enough to make difference on Wednesday evening.
Popular Betting Odds For HEA vs STR Match 46, Big Bash League, Cricket Betting Tips
Top Batsman from Brisbane Heat – Sam Heazlett (2.75 odds)
Sam Heazlett has played every match this season and has been top-scorer for the Brisbane Heat with 246 runs with an average of 27.33 and strike rate of 126.80. He has yet to score any fifty this season with 49 runs being his highest score so far.
Top Batsman from Adelaide Strikers– Matthew Short (2.60 odds)
Jonathan Wells and Matthew Short have been tipped as best batsmen for the visitors and it is hard to choose one over the other. Wells has scored 15 runs more than Short this season but the latter has a better average and strike rate. Short has scored 265 runs with an average of 29.44 and a strike rate of 158.68.
Top Bowler from Brisbane Heat– Mark Steketee (2.20 odds)
Australian pacer has taken 10 wickets in just 5 matches with an impressive average of 15.40 and economy rate of 7.70. He will be crucial against the likes of Jonathan Wells and Matthew Short. He has been tipped as the best wicket-taking bowlers on the online betting sites for the hosts
Top Bowler from Adelaide Strikers – Rashid Khan (2.00 odds) Rashid Khan has taken 14 wickets so far and has been one of the best leg spinners in the league this season. Siddle has taken 18 wickets but Afghanistan captain boosts just 6.55 economy, compared to former’s 9.09.