Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Challenger: Perth Scorchers vs Brisbane Heat – Weather Forecast And Pitch Report

In the Challenger match of the Big Bash League 2020/21 (BBL 10), Perth Scorchers will face Brisbane Heat at Manuka Oval (Canberra) on Thursday (4th February) night. The winning team of this match will play the final of this tournament against the defending champions Sydney Sixers.

It will be their third meeting in this BBL season. While Perth Scorchers won the first meeting of this season by 59 runs, Brisbane Heat won the next game by 6 runs.

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Perth Scorchers reached in the Challenger after losing the Qualifier match against Sydney Sixers (by 9 wickets). Meanwhile, Brisbane Heat advanced to this same stage after winning the Eliminator and Knockout matches against Adelaide Strikers (6 wickets) and Sydney Thunders (7 wickets) respectively.

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Challenger: Perth Scorchers vs Brisbane Heat – Weather Forecast

Perth Scorchers and Brisbane Heat will play this penultimate match of the BBL 10 at Manuka Oval (Canberra) on  Thursday. This match has been scheduled to begin at 07:40 PM (19:40) local time

According to the weather forecast, the sky will be cloudy. There are chance of rain for several hours. Moreover, during the late period of this match, there is a good chance of thunderstorms which can affect this upcoming Challenger game of the BBL 10. So, cricket fans need to pray to experience a full uninterrupted BBL 10 Challenger match between Perth Scorchers and Brisbane Heat at Canberra.

The temperature of the day can be between 28°C and 17°C.

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Challenger: Perth Scorchers vs Brisbane Heat – Pitch Report

Manuka Oval (Canberra) will host this BBL 10 Challenger match between Perth Scorchers and Brisbane Heat. This venue has already hosted 12 matches in this season.

Out of these 12 matches of this BBL season, the second batting teams won nine games while the first batting teams claimed only three victories. As there is a good chance of rain during the Challenger match, the toss winning captain can consider bowl first.

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The 200+ totals can be considered as safe to defend at Canberra in T20 format. In this BBL season, we have already experienced the successful chasing of 180+ target at this venue. Spin bowlers and fast bowlers are very useful at this venue.

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