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Match 32, Brisbane, January 10, 2024, 02:10 PM
Brisbane Heat beat Perth Scorchers by 23 runs
BRH vs. PRS Match Detail:
Match: Brisbane Heat vs Perth Scorchers
Date: January 10, 2023.
Time: 06:40 PM LOCAL
League: Big Bash League 2023–24
Venue: The Gabba, Brisbane
BRH vs PRS 32nd Match Preview
The Big Bash League heats up on January 10th as the Brisbane Heat lock horns with the Perth Scorchers in a highly anticipated 32nd match showdown. Both teams bring contrasting forms and explosive rosters to the Gabba, setting the stage for a T20 spectacle.
Last Match Summary: A Tale of Two Halves
The Heat’s previous encounter against the Melbourne Renegades was a rollercoaster ride. Batting first, they stumbled to a meager 127/8, with only Max Bryant’s 37 offering solace. However, the bowlers turned the tide, with James Bazley’s stunning 4-16 dismantling the Renegades for a mere 106. This thrilling comeback victory showcased the Heat’s never-say-die spirit and Bazley’s potential as a match-winner.
The Scorchers, on the other hand, faced a heart-breaking defeat against the Sydney Thunder. Chasing a target of 179, they were cruising at 122/2 thanks to a blistering 82 from opening batsman Kurtis Patterson. But a late collapse triggered by Nathan Lyon’s 3-22 snatched victory from their grasp. The Perth outfit will be eager to bounce back and reignite their title charge.
Head-to-Head: Scorchers Hold the Edge
Historically, the Perth Scorchers have dominated the head-to-head record against the Brisbane Heat, winning 15 out of 26 encounters. However, the Gabba has been a happy hunting ground for the Heat, who have triumphed in 9 out of 13 matches played there. This makes for a fascinating contest, where past records might not necessarily dictate the outcome.
Key Players to Watch:
- Brisbane Heat:
- Usman Khawaja: The experienced opener will be crucial in setting the platform for the Heat’s batting.
- Marus Labuschagne: The elegant right-hander can single-handedly turn the tide with his stroke-making ability.
- James Bazley: The young paceman’s fiery spells can dismantle any batting lineup.
- Perth Scorchers:
- Kurtis Patterson: The attacking opener provides a solid start at the top of the order.
- Ashton Agar: The left-arm spinner’s economical overs and handy batting add valuable all-round contributions.
- Andrew Tye: The veteran fast bowler’s death-bowling prowess can be a game-changer.
BRH vs PRS Pitch Report
The M. Chinnaswamy Stadium is a batting-friendly wicket. The pitch is flat and has a good pace and bounce. The short boundaries and quick outfield make scoring runs easy for the batsmen.
BRH vs PRS Weather Report
The pitch at The Gabba is renowned for its consistent carry that helps the seam bowlers. It has trustable bounce, which means batters can hit through the line once they have got their eye in. Seam bowlers should be able to trouble batters throughout the game.
BRH vs PRS Team Squads
Brisbane Heat Squad:
Usman Khawaja(c), Xavier Bartlett, Sam Billings(w), Max Bryant, Spencer Johnson, Matthew Kuhnemann, Marnus Labuschagne, Nathan McSweeney, Colin Munro, Michael Neser, Jimmy Peirson, Matt Renshaw, Mitchell Swepson, Paul Walter, Jack Wildermuth
Perth Scorchers Squad:
Zak Crawley, Sam Whiteman, Aaron Hardie(c), Josh Inglis(w), Laurie Evans, Cooper Connolly, Ashton Agar, Jhye Richardson, Andrew Tye, Hamish McKenzie, Lance Morris, Jason Behrendorff, Stephen Eskinazi, Nick Hobson