SYT vs BRH BBL Eliminator Match prediction


SYT vs BRH: BBL fans, after a tumultuous final day of the group stage, were finally able to determine which teams they wanted to see in the Eliminator. The Eliminator will take place on the 27th of January at 1:45 pm IST at Sydney Showground Stadium, where Sydney Thunder will play host to Brisbane Heat. On the penultimate day of competition, Sydney Thunder prevailed over Melbourne Stars, however, Brisbane Heat advanced to the Eliminator despite suffering a defeat at the hands of Hobart Hurricanes.

The Thunder were victorious over the Heat in both of their head-to-head matchups, which were played. In the first match, Sydney Thunder did not lose a single wicket as they attempted to reach their target of 122 runs. The chase was completed in just 12 overs thanks to the half-centuries struck by Matthew Gikes and Alex Hales. In the second match, Sydney Thunder was tasked with defending 183 runs as the target. Even though Colin Munro scored 98 runs off 53 balls, the Brisbane Heat were still defeated by 11 runs in the game.

Will the success that Sydney Thunder has had against Brisbane Heat in their most recent four games give them the firepower necessary to advance to the Challenger round?

SYT vs BRH: Match details

Match: SYT vs BRH Eliminator, Big Bash League 2022-2023

Date: Friday, January 27, 2023

Time: 1:45 PM

Venue: Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney

SYT vs BRH: Match Overview

Sydney Thunder

The Thunder have had a hard time in the last five games since Alex Hales left to play in the ILT20. Even though David Warner has replaced Hales, he has only scored 63 runs in five games, which is an 88.73 strike rate. But he is still a threat to the Heat team because he has played in over 340 games and scored 11,143 runs. Matthew Gikes will bat with Warner to start the game. Gikes has scored 279 runs so far, or 114.34 runs per strike.

Oliver Davies, who has scored the most runs for the Thunder, should come in at number three from a strategic point of view. Davis has 333 runs and three half-centuries. His strike rate is 133.73.

Chris Green and Gurindar Sandhu will work with Daniel Sams to bowl. Sams is the Thunder bowler who has taken the most wickets, with 17. His economy rate is 8.98, which is the worst of all.

Brisbane Heat

Brisbane Heat is having trouble with its top three players, as none of them has done well in the last four games. On paper, they have big names like Captain Usman Khwaja and Marnus Labuschagne, who is the best Test batter in the world. But in the last six games, neither player has added more than 96 runs. Just like the Thunder lost Alex Hales, the Heat lost Colin Munro, who scored 278 runs in the first eight games and had a 150.27 strike rate.

The fact that Michael Neser is playing well is good for the Heat. This season, Neser has taken 22 wickets for 8.60 runs per over. In the last four games, he has taken 11 of the 22. He is the Heat bowler we think is the best.

SYT vs BRH: Possible Playing 11

Sydney Thunder

David Warner, Matthew Gilkes (wk), Oliver Davies, Jason Sangha, Alex Ross, Ben Cutting, Daniel Sams, Chris Green (c), Nathan McAndrew, Gurinder Sandhu, Usman Qadir

Brisbane Heat

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

SYT vs BRH: Weather Report

There will be clouds in the sky. Thunderstorms are likely to happen here and there all day. It will be between 21 and 25 degrees. The wind will be blowing at 15 to 30 km/h from the south. In the first innings, the pitch is thought to be good for speed. It has a high bounce for pacers and swings in the early stages. The pacers have picked up 39 of the 47 wickets that have been lost on this ground.

SYT vs BRH: Toss Prediction

Three times out of the four games played at the Showground Stadium, teams have tried to get the ball into the goal. It is a low-scoring ground most of the time. The most runs that have been scored here is 139. Surprisingly, in the second innings played here, only 14 wickets have been lost. Whoever wins the coin toss gets to bowl first.

SYT vs BRH: Pre-play prediction

Top batter: Oliver Davies (SYT), Marnus Labuschagne (BRH)

Best bowler: Riley Meredith (SYT), James Bazley (BRH)

Best all-rounder: Faheem Ashraf (SYT), Sam Hain (BRH)

Player of the match: Marnus Labuschagne (BRH)

SYT vs BRH: Match Prediction

After almost losing their spot in the semi-finals early on, Brisbane Heat made a great comeback. In their last five games, the Heat have won four of them. Even the one time they lost, it was only by 2 runs. In the last four games against the Heat, the Sydney Thunder haven’t lost. But their BBL 2022-23 season isn’t all that good. In their last six games, the Thunder have lost four times. Aside from that, they have only won one of the four games that have been played at the Sydney Showground Stadium. In the same place, they lost their first game of the season by 15 runs.

We think that Brisbane Heat will defeat Sydney Thunder.

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