21 Jan 2021, Adelaide Strikers is going to play against Brisbane Heat at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide. Here is the Adelaide Strikers vs Brisbane Heat, Big Bash League 2020-21 | 46th T20 Match Prediction. The BBL T20 match will start at 08:15 AM GMT / 06:45 PM LOCAL.

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Adelaide Strikers
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Brisbane Heat
<strong>ADS vs BRH, BBL T20 Match Prediction </strong>

Adelaide Strikers vs Brisbane Heat, Big Bash League 2020-21 | 46th T20 Match Prediction

Adelaide Strikers 41%
Brisbane Heat 39%
The percentages are showing in between 80%. The rest of the 20% is for exceptional cases. The explanations are down below.

“Adelaide Strikers” Can Be The Winner.

  1. Team Ranking:

    Adelaide Strikers and Brisbane Heat is ready to face each other in the 46th T20 Match of BBL 2021. Both teams are in a critical situation and have to win the remaining games to get into the next round. Currently, Adelaide and Brisbane sits in the 7th and 6th place of BBL 2021 team ranking.

  2. Home Advantage:

    The match between Adelaide Strikers vs Brisbane Heat is set to happen in Adelaide Oval, Adelaide. This is the home ground of Adelaide Strikers. SO, they will get the home advantage.

  3. Current Form: 

    The current form of both teams is not good. Both teams are under pressure and in a position to get eliminate from the competition. Adelaide and Brisbane failed to have a season they expected.

  4. Head To Head:

    Brisbane Heat and Adelaide Strikers have met each other 12 times. Brisbane has won 5 times while Adelaide won 7 times.

  5. Field Condition:

    The average first innings score at the Adelaide Oval this year has been 165.

  6. Player Analysis:

    Batsmen Analytics

    Chris Lynn of Brisbane Heat has an AVG 31.91 and SR 142.88. Another top batsman of Brisbane Heat Tom Banton – has an AVG 28.48 and SR 152.40.

    On the other hand, Alex Carey of Adelaide Strikers has an AVG 29.65 and SR 129.81. Another top batsman of Adelaide Strikers – Matt Renshaw has an AVG 27.45 and SR 130.09.

    Bowlers Analytics

    Brisbane Heat bowler Mujeeb Ur Rahman’s AVG 23.87 and Econ 6.66. Another Top bowler of Lewis Gregory has an AVG 26.17 and his Econ 8.82.

    Hence, Peter Siddle of Adelaide Strikers has an AVG 25.23 and Econ 7.09. Another Top bowler of Adelaide Strikers Rashid Khan has an AVG 17.50 and his Econ 6.27.

    Although Brisbane’s batting is better than Adelaide’s, Adelaide’s can emulate Brisbane as they have a better spin quality which is useful for Gabba. Adelaide also has good all-rounders who can make a difference.

  7. Point Table:

    Adelaide have earned 20 points from 11 matches (NRR -0.205). Brisbane obtained just a 21 points from 11 matches (NRR -0.131).

  8. Pitch Supports:

    The pitch at the Adelaide Oval is a good one for batting in general but tends to remain even throughout. Seamers and spinners both have found success here.

However, things could be change in some terms like weather condition, or injury cases of players in a team. But, these are exceptional cases at all.

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ADS vs BRH, BBL 2020-21, T20 Dream 11

Adelaide Strikers Squad

Travis Head (c), Wes Agar, Danny Briggs, Alex Carey, Harry Conway, Rashid Khan, Jake Lehmann, Michael Neser, Harry Nielsen, Liam O’Connor, Matt Renshaw, Phil Salt, Matt Short, Peter Siddle, Cameron Valente, Jake Weatherald, Daniel Worrall, Jon Wells, Cameron White, Daniel Worrall.

Brisbane Heat Squad

Chris Lynn (c), Xavier Bartlett, James Bazley, Max Bryant, Joe Burns, Tom Cooper, Joe Denly, Lewis Gregory, Sam Heazlett, Matthew Kuhnemann, Marnus Labuschagne, Ben Laughlin, Dan Lawrence, Morne Morkel, Mujeeb ur Rahman, Jimmy Peirson, Mark Steketee, Mitch Swepson, Jack Wildermuth, Matthew Willans.