BRH vs PRS, The 54th match of BBL 10 Brisbane Heat vs Perth Scorchers. Both teams will face each other on Tuesday, January 26, 2021. The venue for the Brisbane Heat vs Perth Scorchers will be Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney. The match will start at 1:15 PM PST, 1:45 PM IST 08:15 AM GMT, 07:15 PM LOCAL.
Brisbane Heat is at 6th place in the points table having won six out of thirteen matches. They are in 6th place with 25 points. Perth Scorchers now is the table topper of the BBL 10 points table. They have won eight out of thirteen matches in BBL 10. They are at the top of the points table with 32 points.
Match: 54th Match: Brisbane Heat vs Perth Scorchers
Date: Tuesday, 26 Jan 2020
Time: 7:05 AM PST, 7:35 AM IST 02:05 AM GMT, 01:05 PM LOCAL
Venue: Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney
Brisbane Heat vs Perth Scorchers Heat Head to Head:
BRH vs PRS, Brisbane Heat and Perth Scorchers have faced each other about 14 times. Out of 14 times in which they have faced each other, Perth Scorchers hold an 8-6 win/loss record over Sydney Thunders.
Matches played – 14
- PRS Won: 08
- BRH Won: 06
BRH vs PRS Match Analysis and Review:
Brisbane Heat has produced a convincing performance as they have won their first win in three matches to allow themselves to make the BBL 10 finals. But they must beat Perth Scorchers in their final game to have any chance of finishing in the top five.
The bowling unit then merged to remove the Renegades for 147, with Mark Steketee taking three wickets to get 22 wickets in BBL 10 and making him the second-highest wicket-taker in the competition at the time of writing.
Perth Scorchers won another win as they overcame Melbourne Stars with that victory. Seeing them leapfrog Sydney Sixers at the top of the ladder and having won eight of their last nine.
The Scorchers will be confident that they’ll continue their fine run ahead of the finals. The Scorchers’ fate at the top of the table is in their own hands due to their tremendous net run rate and a win here, while also collecting the Bash Boost point ensures that they cannot be caught.
Brisbane Heat Squad:
Chris Lynn(c), Max Bryant, Marnus Labuschagne, Joe Denly, Joe Burns, Lewis Gregory, Jimmy Peirson(w), Mark Steketee, Xavier Bartlett, Mitchell Swepson, Ben Laughlin, James Bazley, Tom Cooper, Sam Heazlett, Matthew Kuhnemann, Morne Morkel, Lachlan Pfeffer, Jack Wildermuth
Perth Scorchers Squad:
Jason Roy, Liam Livingstone, Colin Munro, Josh Inglis(w), Mitchell Marsh, Ashton Turner(c), Aaron Hardie, Jhye Richardson, Andrew Tye, Jason Behrendorff, Fawad Ahmed, Cameron Bancroft, Matthew Kelly, Joel Paris, Kurtis Patterson, Corey Rocchiccioli