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Brisbane Heat Vs Hobart Hurricanes Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview

Brisbane Heat Vs Hobart Hurricanes Betting Tips and Prediction

Match 16 in BBL|10 is Brisbane Heat Vs Hobart Hurricanes on 27/12/20, and here we bring you our match preview, latest betting, and top prediction.

Brisbane Heat Vs Hobart Hurricanes Betting Odds

Match Preview

  • Brisbane Heat Vs Hobart Hurricanes is Match 16 in the BBL|10. The match is on 27th December 2020, and starts at 8.15am in the UK.
  • The venue for the match is the iconic Gabba, in Brisbane, Queensland. It’s officially a home match for the Heat.
  • Brisbane Heat currently sit bottom of the Big Bash league with just 1 point. They have lost all three of their matches played.
  • To add to the Heat’s misery, captain Chris Lynn has been ruled out of the next 6 matches with a hamstring strain.
  • Hobart Hurricanes currently sit in 3rd position in the Big Bash League table.
  • Peter Handscomb’s team have 11 points from their four matches. They have won three, and lost one.
  • The Hurricanes beat the Melbourne Renegades easily by 6 wickets in their last outing. They chased down the Renegades total of 157 with 14 balls remaining.
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Brisbane Heat Vs Hobart Hurricanes Prediction 27/12/20

It’s hard to make a case for the Heat in this one. Not only does the league table tell a story, but the manner of the defeats does as well.

Brisbane were thrashed in their opening match by the Melbourne Stars, losing by 6 wickets with 17 balls remaining.

They then lost a match they should have won against the Thunder. And after that, they lost a low run chase by 2 runs against the Strikers, when all they needed to chase was 150.

Apart from Brisbane so far having a disastrous season, the Hurricanes just look like they have a better team on paper, and are my free cricket betting tip for this match.

Prediction – Hobart Hurricanes to win @ 8/15 wtih Betfair

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