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With Brisbane Heat winning their last match, the battle is certainly getting exciting in the bottom half of the points table. Even though Brisbane Heat are pretty far away from Stars in terms of points, a few contrasting results for the two sides can put things in balance pretty quickly. The two teams are set to meet at Carrara Oval in Queensland, on 7th December 2021.
Brisbane Heat got off to a disastrous start to the tournament, losing all of their first three matches. Their campaign faced further dents with Chris Lynn getting injured just at the wrong time. However, Jimmy Peirson has led the team beautifully ever since and seems to be taking his side on the right trajectory slowly but steadily.
There has been a visible improvement in Heat's performances as they have won three out of their last four completed matches. As it stands, they are placed at the seventh spot with 12 points to their name. Even though they are near the bottom of the table, their net run-rate is decent and that suggests how competitive Brisbane Heat have been.
The return of Joe Burns and Joe Denly proved to be a blessing for Brisbane Heat as they both scored a fifty each to help Heat chase down a towering total against one of the most successful teams in the tournament so far. On paper, Brisbane Heat have a decent side and with back to back wins behind them, they'll be brimming with confidence. They have the momentum and getting past them could be challenging.
Max Bryant, Chris Lynn, Joe Denly, Joe Burns, Jimmy Peirson, Lewis Gregory, James Bazley, Jack Wildermuth, Mark Steketee, Xavier Bartlett, Mujeeb Ur Rahman.
With a much-needed win over Hobart Hurricanes, Melbourne Stars snapped their losing streak to bounce back into contention for the semi-final race. They are now placed at the fifth spot and are just two points behind Adelaide Strikers, who have 17 points to their name. A win here for Melbourne Stars, however, would not be enough to push them into the top-four, because of their poor net run-rate.
It would not be wrong to say that Andre Fletcher got Melbourne Stars a win in their last match. However, it was not with the bat, but it the field. With the bat, he is yet to put anything of substance on the board and his performance at the top has put undue pressure on Glenn Maxwell in the tournament so far. Maxwell, on the other hand, has delivered in a terrific manner.
Overall, Melbourne Stars were one of the better-balanced sides, to begin with, but their players going in and coming out of the team has hampered their stability. They'd be hoping that this win helps them to lay a foundation going forward. They'd need their stalwarts in Marcus Stoinis and Glenn Maxwell to fire and if that happens, the Stars will be a difficult team to defeat.
Marcus Stoinis, ADS Fletcher, N Larkin, Glenn Maxwell, Nicholas Pooran, Hilton Cartwright, Sebastian Gotch, Adam Zampa, Sam Rainbird, Haris Rauf, Billy Stanlake.
The two sides got off to contrasting starts and are coming off contrasting run if we compare their performances in the last few matches. While Brisbane Heat have been brilliant, the Stars have managed to win just one match out of their last four. Considering that and the fact that the Stars are over-reliant on Glenn Maxwell and Marcus Stoinis, betting on a Heat's win should be the way to go in this encounter.
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