MLR vs BRH BBL Qualifier Match prediction

MLR vs BRH

MLR vs BRH: Usman Khwaja and Marnus Labuschagne’s dazzling strokes helped the Brisbane Heat reach the BBL 2022-23 Qualifier. Melbourne Renegades will host the Heat in Melbourne. 29. The winner of the match between Perth Scorchers and Sydney Sixers will face the loser.

The Brisbane Heat scored 203 runs while losing 5 wickets in the elimination match. After losing Josh Brown early, Usman Khwaja (94) and Labuschagne (72) scored 128 runs in 13 overs as a pair. The rain stoppage prevented Sydney Thunder from pursuing. The rain delay allowed the Heat to defeat the Thunder by only 8 runs.

Renegades faced the Adelaide Strikers in a must-win match. The Strikers established a target of 143 runs when they bat first in their last match. Fawad Ahmed’s three wickets for the Qualifier will be played at Docklands Stadium in Melbourne beginning at 1:45 pm on January Renegades cost only 17 runs. The Renegades’ top order is wiped out for 16 runs in just three overs, dealing a devastating blow to the team.

Will the Renegades, who have won their last three games, be able to defeat the in-form Heat team?

MLR vs BRH: Match details

Match: MLR vs BRH Qualifier, Big Bash League 2022-2023

Date: Sunday, January 28, 2023

Time: 1:45 PM   

Venue: Docklands Stadium, Melbourne

MLR vs BRH: Match Overview

Melbourne Renegades

After placing eighth in each of the previous three seasons, the Renegades have finally turned the tide. Even though their performances are erratic, Aaron Finch and Tom Rogers may qualify for the Challenger. Aaron Finch is presently third in the tournament run scoring with 418 runs scored at a strike rate of 122.58. This season, the retired international has scored four fifty-plus scores, including two in the last two games. However, no other Renegades player has been as consistent.

Sam Harper will be selected as the starting batter. Even though Harper scored 1, 3, and 8 runs in his last three games, he had two consecutive half-centuries before those performances.

Tom Rogers and Kane Richardson will lead the Renegades’ bowling unit. Rogers is the fourth-leading wicket-taker this season with 21 wickets at an economy rate of 8.2. As spinners, Corey Rocchiccioli and Fawad Ahmed will be in the playing eleven.

Brisbane Heat

No one would have predicted that the Heat would play the Knockout game at the end of the first half this season. However, they won five of their final six games to qualify for the Knockouts for the first time since the League’s structure change. In addition to the middle order, the bowlers deserve credit for ensuring that the batting efforts were not in vain. Usman Khwaja and Marnus Labuschagne underlined their worth by scoring 94 and 73 runs, respectively, in the previous match. In seven games, Khwaja has scored 190 runs at a strike rate of 141.29.

Matt Renshaw, Sam Hain, and Jimmy Pearson will comprise the Heat’s middle order. Renshaw scored 24 runs in just eight deliveries during the eliminator. Pearson leads the Heat in run production with 324 runs scored with a strikeout rate of 118.68. Sam Hain and Labuschagne will be our top two batters to keep an eye on it.

MLR vs BRH: Possible Playing 11

Melbourne Renegades

Martin Guptill, Shaun Marsh, Aaron Finch (c), Matthew Critchley, Will Sutherland, Jonathan Wells, Sam Harper (wk), Tom Rogers, Kane Richardson, Corey Rocchiccioli, Fawad Ahmed

Brisbane Heat

Josh Brown, Marnus Labuschagne, Usman Khawaja (c), Matt Renshaw, Sam Hain, Jimmy Peirson (wk), James Bazley, Michael Neser, Mitchell Swepson, Spencer Johnson, Matthew Kuhnemann

MLR vs BRH: Weather Report

There will be clouds in the sky. Precipitation is anticipated throughout the day. The temperature will range from 17 to 22 degrees. 10-15 km/h winds will blow from the south. Considered favorable for speed in the first inning. In earlier stages, it provides a significant bounce and swings for pacers. The pacers have captured 42 of the 58 wickets that have fallen on this ground.

MLR vs BRH: Toss Prediction

In four of the five games played at the Showground Stadium, teams have attempted to score. It is often a low-scoring ground. The best score recorded in this location is 143 runs. Surprisingly, only 18 wickets have fallen in this location’s second innings. The team that wins the coin toss must bowl first.

MLR vs BRH: Pre-play prediction

Top batter: Aaron Finch (MLR), Marnus Labuschagne (BRH)

Best bowler: Kane Richardson (PRS), James Bazley (BRH)

Best all-rounder: Tom Rogers (PRS), Sam Hain (BRH)

Player of the match: James Bazley (BRH)

MLR vs BRH: Match Prediction

According to the statistics, the Brisbane Heat has come a long way in the past six games. They have five of these six total. Along with the bowlers, the entirety of their batting lineup has been instrumental in these victories. In comparison to the Heat, the Melbourne Renegades have had a lot of success so far this season. However, the inconsistency and failure of the top-order batsmen is the source of the problem.

Our analysis leads us to believe that Brisbane Heat will prevail over Melbourne Renegades.

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