Today Match Prediction-Who Will Win Today- BBL 2020 -Match 56 – Melbourne Renegades vs Brisbane Heat

The 56th match of BBL 2020 is scheduled to play between Melbourne Renegades and Brisbane Heat on Monday, 27th January 2020 at Docklands Stadium,Melbourne. Who will win today, Today match-winner,  BBH vs MLR. Get all live updates, match winner, toss, pitch conditions. We provide the sure report with the greatest accuracy absolutely free.

Today Match Prediction-Brisbane Heat vs Melbourne Renegades-Match 56-who will win
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Full Match Details of Today Match

BBL is Australian cricket league which is the 2nd biggest league after IPL and its very exciting to watch big sixes by the biggest hitters in the world. The grounds here in Australia are very big with long boundaries and have good seating capacity.

Melbourne Renegades Team Analysis

For Melbourne Renegades, this has been the worst performance by their players. The defending champions of the previous year’s BBL are now seated at the bottom of the table. They had played 13 matches and won just 2 matches. Their last match against Sydney Sixers also resulted in failure after posting a good score.MLR batted first after losing the toss and posted a good score of 175 runs on the board. Aaron Finch scored a brilliant century in just 68 balls with 7 sixes and 6 fours. Tom Cooper also supported him well as he scored 24 runs in 10 balls with 2 sixes and 2 fours.

However, their bowlers did not look good that day and allowed the sixers batsmen to chase the score comfortably. They couldn’t pick up wickets at the right time which cost them the match. Will Sutherland bowled well as he picked up 1 wicket and gave away 24 runs in 3.4 overs. Mohammad Nabi picked up 1 wicket with an economy rate of 9 runs per over. Every other had gone for too many runs due to which they lost the match in 18.4 overs. Their chances for knockout matches are now gone and will look to win their last match of the season to gain some pride back.

Brisbane Heat Team Analysis

Brisbane Heats performance had not been very convincing in this edition of BBL. However, their chances for the knockout are still alive if they win this match. They had played 13 matches and won 6 matches. Their last match against Melbourne Stars was a tremendous performance from their side. They batted first after winning the toss and posted a good score of 186 runs in 20 overs. Openers Ben Cutting and Sam Heazlett started well for their side. After their wickets, Chris Lynn and Ab De Villiers made a good partnership. The former scored 34 runs in 31 balls with 3 fours and 1 six.AB De Villiers scored brilliant 71 runs in 37 balls with 6 sixes and 2 fours.

Their bowlers did really well to keep the Stars batsmen quiet. They had to defend 186 runs. James Pattinson bowled really well and picked up 2 wickets of Marcus Stoinis and Seb Gotch.Marcus Stoinis wicket was very crucial as he is the highest run-scorer in BBL 2020. Mujeeb Ur Rehman was brilliant with the bowl and his figures were amazing too. He picked up 2 wickets and gave away just 11 runs in his 4 overs spell. Mitchell Swepson also bowled well as he picked up 3 wickets and gave 31 runs in his 4 overs. Ben Laughlin was also good with the ball as he picked up 1 wicket with an economy rate of 4 runs per over.

Players To Watch Out

For Brisbane Heat: Chris Lynn, AB De Villiers, Mujeeb Ur Rehman

For Melbourne Renegades: Aaron Finch, Cameron Boyce, Mohammad Nabi

Favourite Team in today match prediction

According to our prediction and analysis, Brisbane Heat is the favourite team to win this match. This is because of the following reasons listed below:

  • Their performance has been better than Melbourne Renegades in this edition of BBL.
  • Their batsman and bowlers are in great form.
  • They are a well-balanced team.

Winning Percentage of both teams

Brisbane Heat’s chances for the knockout match are still alive if they win this match so, they will fight really hard to win this match. Also, their key players are back in form in their last match. So there chances to win this match are high. The equations are mentioned below:

Brisbane Heat have 52% chances to win this match

Melbourne Renegades have 48% chances to win this match

Who Will Win Melbourne Renegades vs Brisbane Heat Match 56 BBL 2020

Who Will Win Melbourne Renegades vs Brisbane Heat Match 56 BBL 2020

TOSS — BRH

Who Will Win Melbourne Renegades vs Brisbane Heat Match 56 BBL 2020

WINNER — MLR

Pitch Report And Weather Forecasting in Today Match

The weather forecast suggests that there will be clear yet periodic cloudy day in Melbourne with very less chance of rain. The pitch here at the Docklands Stadium, Melbourne will be good for the batsmen and it is expected to score a lot of runs from both sides. The average first innings score is 160 runs.

Toss Report in Today Match

Toss is going to play a very crucial role. According to us team who will win the toss will decide to bowl first as the wicket is good and will not change much in the second innings. The team will be hoping to restrict the opposition team to a low score and chase the match easily.

Match info

Date: Monday, 27 January 2020
Time: 03:45 AMGMT / 02:45 PM LOCAL

Venue details and some facts

Opened2000
Capacity12,000 to 70,000 (Cricket: 48,000)
Known asEtihad Stadium, Colonial Stadium, Telstra Dome
Dimensions170m long, 140m wide
EndsLockett End, Coventry End
LocationMelbourne, Australia
Time ZoneUTC +11:00
Home toAustralia
Other Sports it is home toAustralian Rules, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Soccer
FloodlightsYes

Melbourne Renegades Squad

Aaron Finch (c), Sam Harper (wk), Marcus Harris, Shaun Marsh, Beau Webster, Daniel Christian, Samit Patel, Will Sutherland, Cameron Boyce, Kane Richardson, Richard Gleeson, Jon Holland, Mohammad Nabi, Harry Gurney, Tom Cooper, Joe Mennie, Alex Doolan, Jack Wildermuth, Andrew Fekete, Tom Andrews, Zak Evans, Mackenzie Harvey, Jake Fraser-McGurk

Brisbane Heat Squad

Chris Lynn (c), Jimmy Peirson (wk), Tom Banton, Max Bryant, Matt Renshaw, Ben Cutting, Mark Steketee, Josh Lalor, Jack Prestwidge, Zahir Khan, Ben Laughlin, Joe Burns, Mitchell Swepson

Updated: January 26, 2020 — 6:40 pm