Hobart Hurricanes and Brisbane Heat will face each other on Wednesday (30th December) evening at Brisbane Cricket Ground (Woolloongabba, Brisbane) during the 20th match of the Big Bash League 2020/21 (BBL 10).
They are meeting in back-to-back matches as the upcoming game will be their second meeting this season. On last Sunday (27th December), they first time met this season at this same venue, where Heat claimed their first victory this season with the 4-wicket victory.
In the latest BBL 10 points table, Hobart Hurricanes are in the fourth spot and Brisbane Heat are in the sixth position. While Hurricanes have earned 11 points in five games, Heat just claimed their first victory this season. Heat presently have 5 points after playing four matches this tournament.
Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL 10), Match 20: Hobart Hurricanes vs Brisbane Heat
– Weather Forecast
Brisbane Cricket Ground (Woolloongabba, Brisbane) will host this return leg game between Hobart Hurricanes and Brisbane Heat. This match will begin at 06:15 PM (18:15) local time.
Talking about the weather forecast for this game, it is not a very good news for the cricket fans. According to the AccuWeather, there is a good chance of raining in Brisbane on entire Wednesday. However, the chance of raining is lower in the evening part which can give a big hope to the cricket fans. So, cricket fans still can expect an interesting BBL match on Wednesday evening.
According to the AccuWeather, the game time temperature can be between 25°C and 24°C.
– Pitch Report
Brisbane Cricket Ground (Woolloongabba, Brisbane) has already hosted two matches in the ongoing BBL 2020/21. One of those matches was on last Sunday between Hobart Hurricanes and Brisbane Heat. While Heat successfully chased the 149 runs target in that match (152/6 in 17.2 overs), they just failed to chased 151 runs target four days earlier against Adelaide Strikers, where Heat lost by two runs.
In generally, Brisbane is not a high-scoring venue for T20 cricket. So, 150+ scores are defendable at this venue. But in the 2019/20 summers, the first batting sides have the tendency of more struggling as they mostly produced low-per totals.