Match 13 in BBL|10 is Brisbane Heat Vs Adelaide Strikers on 23/12/20, and here we bring you our match preview, latest betting, and top prediction.
Brisbane Heat Vs Adelaide Strikers Betting Odds
- Match Odds – Brisbane Heat EVS – Adelaide Strikers 4/5
- Opening Partnership – Heat 11/10 – Strikers 8/11 – Tie 40/1
- #OddsOnThat (Betfair Special) Both Teams To Score 150+ @ 8/11
- #OddsOnThat (Betfair Special) Both Teams To Score 160+ @ 6/4
- Brisbane Heat Vs Adelaide Strikers is Match 13 in the BBL|10. The match is on 23rd December 2020, and starts at 8.15am in the UK.
- The venue for the match is the Gabba in Brisbane, it’s officially a home match for the Heat.
- Brisbane Heat currently sit bottom of the BBL|10 table with just 1 point from two matches played.
- The Heat have played the least amount of games in BBL|10, with Hobart Hurricanes having played four times, and everybody else three times.
- Chris Lynn is in good form with the bat, he hit 69 off 44 balls in the Heat’s last match (against Sydney Thunder). Lynn’s captaincy wasn’t too clever in the same match though.
- Brisbane lost that match to Sydney Thunder by 4 wickets. This was despite posting 178/6, and having the Thunder struggling on 71/4 after 9.2 Overs.
- Adelaide Strikers are in 5th place in BBL|10 with 5 points from three matches played. They’ve won one, and lost two.
- The Strikers are without Alex Carey and Harry Conway for this match due to Queensland quarantine rules.
- Carey and Conway played in Sydney for Australia A after December 9th, the day Queensland closed it’s border to anybody travelling from the greater Sydney area.
- The Strikers’ batting already looks weak, without Carey it is even more prone to collapse.
- Rashid Khan hasn’t had a great deal of joy in the wickets column, but he’s not going for many runs. It looks like opposition batsmen are not attacking him as much, and just milking him for around a run a ball.
Brisbane Heat Vs Adelaide Strikers Prediction 23/12/20
Neither of these two sides have looked too good so far in this competition. It’s hard to see either of them being in the mix at the end.
If Alex Carey was available, I would probably just favour the Strikers, but without him, and with the Heat having home advantage, I’m just going to go with the Heat.
The Strikers batting looks fragile enough with Carey, so without him, it could really struggle.