THU vs HEA Dream11, THU vs HEA Dream11 Prediction, Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat, Big Bash League

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BBL 2021: Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Thunders 

Section 1: Venue 

Manuka Oval, Canberra 

Average score in BBL: 170

Average winning score in BBL: 190

Pace vs Spin at the venue: 61-39

Team record at the venue: 

TeamPlayed WonLost
Thunder 1366
Heat523

H2H at the venue: Heat 1, Thunder 1 

Section 2: Predicted XIs: 

Heat: 

Chris Lynn (RHB) 

Max Bryant (RHB) 

Ben Duckett (LHB) 

Sam Heazlett (LHB) 

Jimmy Peirson (RHB, WK) (C) 

Tom Cooper (RHB, RAO) 

James Bazley (RHB, RAM) 

Jack Wildermuth (RHB, RAM) 

Xavier Bartlett (RAM) 

Matthew Kuhnemann (LAO) 

Mujeeb Ur Rahman (RAO) 

Thunder: 

Alex Hales (RHB) 

Sam Whiteman (LHB) (replacement player)

Matt Gilkes (LHB) (can also open)

Sam Billings (RHB) (WK)

Alex Ross (RHB) 

Daniel Sams (LAM, RHB) 

Ben Cutting (RHB, RAM) 

Nathan McAndrew (RAM, RHB) 

Chris Green (RAO, RHB) (C) 

Chris Tremain (RAM) 

Tanveer Sangha (RALB) 

Practice game scores: 

Sydney Thunder

MATCH 1: Sixers (4/168) def by Thunder (4/171)

Sam Billings- 90(45)

Alex Ross- 29(22)

Ben Cutting- 14(8) 

Tanveer Sangha- 1/24  

Nathan McAndrew- 1/25 

MATCH 2: Thunder (5/202) def Sixers (6/148)

D Sams- 66(27)+2/29

M Glikes- 35(15)

Ben Cutting- 7(8)

Jason Sangha- 40(37)

C Tremain- 1/32

J Cook- 1/23(3)

C Green- 0/31

A Nair- 0/12(3)

Brisbane Heat

No scores available but Lynn, Bazley, Bryant  (bowled by Kuhnemann) & Heazlett performed with the bat. 

Tom Cooper- couple of wickets + runs 

Section 3: Player matchups: 

(Refer PDF in the video)

Section 4: Better numbers in first or second innings? 

(Refer PDF in the video) 

Lynn in both, much better bat first ✅

Peirson chasing ✅

Heazlett chasing ✅

Wildermuth in both ✅

Mujeeb bowl first ✅

Sams chasing ✅

Green bowling second ✅

Sams in both, even better bowling first ✅

Sandhu bowling second ✅

Sangha bowling second ✅

Tremain bowling second ✅

Section 5: Player performance at the venue: 

Hales bat first ✅

Ross chasing ✅

Cutting with bat in both ✅

Sams in both, with bat ✅

Jason Sangha bat first ✅ (only innings)

Lynn bat first ✅

Heazlett chasing ✅ (only innings)

Peirson chasing ✅

Wildermuth bat first ✅

Green bowling second ✅

Tremain bowling second ✅

Sams in both with the ball ✅

McAndrew in both, even better in second ✅

Tanveer Sangha bowling second ✅

Wildermuth bowling second ✅

Section 6: Finding the fantasy value: 

Top picks: 

Daniel Sams: Default captaincy choice if you’re playing small leagues. Good recent form, scored runs & picked wickets in the practice game as well, will bowl at the death and is a power hitter down the order. 

Sams vs Heat: 

6I, 131R, 26A, 211SR, HS: 65* 

15.2O, 8W, SR: 11.5 

Sams at Manuka Oval: 

10I, 208R, 29A, 50:2 

36.4O, 15W, SR: 14.7 

Captaincy suitability: Both small & grand leagues. 

Chris Lynn (batting first): Another very safe pick for small leagues, as usual, scored runs  in the pre-season intra-squad games and will be very popular captaincy choice. 

Lynn at Manuka Oval (batting first) : 2I, 89R, 50:1 

Lynn vs Thunder:  

Innings 14
Runs576
Average 52.36
SR173
506 (his most in BBL) 
HS85*

Batting first against Thunder: 3 fifties in 5 innings at an average of 61.75 

Captaincy suitability: Both small & grand leagues. 

Sam Billings (batting first): Scored 90(45) in the practice game and is a very reliable choice, but his fantasy value will depend on where he bats and if he keeps or not. Even as a pure batsman adds a lot of value to your fantasy XI. Has not been dismissed so far by any bowler in the current Heat bowling lineup. 

Captaincy suitability: Mini GL & GL (or even SL depending on the two above mentioned factors) 

Alex Hales (batting first): Not in the same form that he was in, last season but has favourable matchups against this Heat lineup and has been dismissed just twice in 54 deliveries. 

Hales (batting first) at Manuka Oval: 

Innings 5
Runs197
Average 39.4
SR171
502
HS71

Captaincy suitability: Both small & grand leagues. 

Other choices: 

Tanveer Sangha (bowling second): Mini GL & GL 

Jack Wildermuth (batting first): Mini GL & GL 

James Bazley: GL only. 

Nathan McAndrew (bowling second): GL only.