Sydney Thunders are a lot more balanced side as compared to Brisbane Heats with both bat and ball.
Brisbane Heats are too Over Dependent on Chris Lynn, especially in Batting Department. Tom Cooper and Dan Lawrence should also contribute to release the pressure on Lynn.
For the Sydney Thunders Alex hales and Callum Ferguson seems to be in terrific form against the Stars though they lost the match.
In Today's Encounter in Big Bash League 2020-21, Sydney Thunders will take on Brisbane Heats at Manuka Oval, Canberra. Sydney Thunder and Brisbane Heat are the two teams that are in the bottom half of the table. They both have played only one game in the tournament thus far and can pretty much turn things around in the matches to follow. Sydney Thunders do have a Heavy Batting lineup with Usman Khawaja and Alex Hales at the Top of the Order Skipper Callum Ferguson has always been in terrific form in the BBL. Ben Cutting and Daniel Sams are the finishers in the side. Tanveer Sangha and Daniel Sams were brilliant with the ball as they picked up a couple of wickets each without giving a lot away. Chris Green was also good in his second spell after going for 29 in the first two.
Talking about the Brisbane Heats they are a decent side on paper. With Ben Cutting no longer available and Banton pulling out of the tournament, it would be up to Chris Lynn to keep the innings afloat and strike the lofty hits Brisbane Heat. Players like Tom Cooper, Dan Lawrence and Max Bryant also have to take up the responsibility. Batting clearly seems to be the weaker link for Brisbane Heat and they'd need their other batsmen to support Chris Lynn. If Chris Lynn is able to fire, there aren't a lot of bowlers that can stop him. Overall, Brisbane Heat are capable of defeating even the best in the business, but they'd need to put their best foot forward.
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