Match 20 in BBL|10 is Hobart Hurricanes Vs Brisbane Heat on 30/12/20, and here we bring you our match preview, latest odds, spread betting, and top prediction.
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Hobart Hurricanes Vs Brisbane Heat Match Odds
- Match Odds – Hobart Hurricanes 8/13 – Brisbane Heat 5/4
- Opening Partnership – Hurricanes 4/6 – Heat 11/10 – Tie 40/1
- #OddsOnThat (Betfair Special) Both Teams To Score 160+ @ EVS
- #OddsOnThat (Betfair Special) Both Teams To Score 170+ @ 15/8
- Hobart Hurricanes Vs Brisbane Heat is Match 19 in the BBL|10. The match is on 30th December 2020, and starts at 8.15am in the UK.
- The venue for the match is the Gabba, Brisbane, Queensland. Although the Gabba is the home venue of Brisbane Heat, this is officially a home match for Hobart Hurricanes.
- These two sides met 3 days ago, with the Heat winning by 4 wickets.
- The Heat are still likely to be without Chris Lynn for this match.
- Somerset and England all-rounder Lewis Gregory made a huge impact with the ball on his debut, helping to put the Heat in a strong position to register their first win.
- The win lifted Brisbane Heat off the bottom of the table. They now have 5 points from four matches, and sit 6th in the table.
- Hobart Hurricanes currently sit 4th in table with 11 points from five matches.
- The defeat to Brisbane in Match 16 was their second of BBL|10, they have won their other three fixtures.
- With Dawid Malan now available for the Hurricanes, they have a very powerful looking batting line up, with a mixture of stroke players and brute force.
- In outright Big Bash betting, Hobart are 7/2 to win the competition, while Brisbane are 22/1.
Hobart Hurricanes Vs Brisbane Heat Spread Betting
- Hobart Hurricanes – 100-50-0 Index – Sell @ 56 – Buy @ 62
- Brisbane Heat – 100-50-0 Index – Sell @ 38 – Buy @ 44
Hobart Hurricanes Vs Brisbane Heat Prediction 30/12/20
Lewis Gregory gave the Heat a much needed confidence boost with his man of the match performance in the win over the Hurricanes.
Despite getting themselves into a position to canter to victory when batting, the Heat still made bloody hard work of things, and managed to go from 1/73, to 6/102, in just 5 Overs.
Thankfully for them, stand in skipper Jimmy Peirson (16no) and James Bazley (31no) managed to steady the ship and see them home with 16 balls to spare.
In the end it looked like a comfortable victory for the Heat, but it really was anything but.
In this match I expect the Hurricanes to be more on their game. And world number 1 T20 batsman Dawid Malan will be looking to make amends for his debut failure.
Hobart slipped up in the last one, but I don’t expect lightning to strike twice here and I’m going for a win for Tasmania’s Team.