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|Mujib Ur Rahman||4.0||0||14||1||3.50|
|AB de Villiers||6||4||1||0||150.00|
A loss for Perth Scorchers in their match against Sydney Thunder clears things out as far as the qualification scenarios are concerned. The equation for Brisbane Heat is now pretty simple - win the match and qualify for the playoffs. Going by the points table, Brisbane Heat couldn't have asked for an easier assignment to be a must-win encounter. While Melbourne Renegades have some quality players available at their disposal, they haven't been at their best and are languishing at the bottom of the points table. The two teams will lock horns at Docklands Stadium, Melbourne, on 27th January. A lot will be hinging on the result of this game as a loss for Brisbane Heat here will keep Hurricanes and Thunder in the hunt. The result of this match will be inconsequential for the Renegades, but they'd still want to win this and finish their Big Bash League campaign on a happy note.
Despite getting some good wins in their last few matches, the Renegades are still placed at the bottom of the points table. It speaks volumes about the kind of tournament they had before they actually started looking good. It took them as many as many as nine losses to get going and it was too late late by then. As of now, they are placed at the bottom of the points table and have only four points to their name.
Melbourne Renegades are coming on the back of two consecutive defeats, but their performances in those two matches wasn't really as bad as those in the opening half of the tournament. They looked determined and managed to put up a fight only to lose it in the last few overs.
Against the Sixers, in their last match, Aaron Finch played a decisive role with the bat as he took his side to a total that would have been a daunting to chase down for most sides. He played a stupendous knock, scoring 109 off just 68 deliveries. However, there wasn't much support from anyone else as they struggled to finish with a flourish.
Their bowlers, however, failed to put pressure on the potent Sixers' lineup as Sixers cruised to the total with eight balls to spare and seven wickets in hand. Will Sutherland and Mohammad Nabi bowled well, but containing the likes of Steven Smith and Josh Philippe proved to difficult for them as well.
Aaron Finch, TLW Cooper, DT Christian, BJ Webster, Mohammad Nabi, Will Sutherland, SR Patel, JD Wildermuth, Brayden Stepien, Cameron Boyce, Zak Evans.
After having a dismal run for a couple of matches, Brisbane Heat finally broke the shackles as they handed Melbourne Stars their third consecutive defeat of the tournament. It was yet another AB de Villiers masterclass on display as he led them to a towering total, which the Stars found too hard too chase down.
On a surface that was a tad difficult to bat on, Brisbane Heat batsmen found it difficult to score freely. AB de Villiers took his time to settle and then launched an assault in the final overs. He and Marnus Labushcagne smashed 88 runs off the final six overs as the duo took a particular liking to smash Dilbar Hussain.
Brisbane Heat looked focused and determined in the second innings as well as their bowlers never allowed the Stars to get into the game. James Pattinson and Mitchell Swepson were the picks of their bowling as they broke Stars' backbone and killed the chase before it could even develop.
Going into the next match, Brisbane Heat have all the reasons to play with high intensity. Their intesity was right up there against the Stars and with the likes of AB de Villiers and Chris Lynn in fine form, they aren't expected to hold anything back against the Renegades. They have a strong motivation to go all in against the Renegades and it is certainly not going to be a easy day at the work for Renegades.
Chris Lynn, Ben Cutting, Sam Heazlett, AB de Villiers, Matt Renshaw, Marnus Labuschagne, Jack Prestwidge, Mitchell Swepson, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Ben Laughlin, James Pattinson.
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Both sides will have contrasting reasons to give it their all in the upcoming match. While the Renegades will be looking to redeem some lost pride by winning their last league game in front of their home crowd, it will be about progressing to the next round for Brisbane Heat. Both the sides have dealt with similar issues in the tournament so far and holding the nerve would be a key. Brisbane Heat are coming off a superb win with contribution coming in from almost everyone and are, therefore, firm favorites to emerge on top in the upcoming encounter.
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