SCO vs HEA dream11 team fantasy cricket prediction – 44th Match Big Bash
There’s a lot to take into consideration when you’re looking for the best SCO vs HEA dream11 team. Today, We are going to discuss SCO vs HEA 44th Match news, SCO vs HEA playing 11, SCO vs HEA fantasy cricket prediction, and dream11 Expert data. The Big Bash League is called KFC Big Bash League 2020-21 in dream11 leagues.
Perth Scorchers vs Brisbane Heat 44th Match Schedule:
Perth Scorchers vs Brisbane Heat, The 44th match will be played in Melbourne on 19 January 2021 at 1:45 PM.
SCO vs HEA Dream11 prediction and Players stats
Wicket – Keeper Prediction:
Josh Inglis (SCO)
A hit or miss player. Must try in GL and can be a safe pick for your teams due to his previous performances and he could bat well if he gets the chance.
Last 5 matches – 72, 20, 20, 7, 2
Jimmy Peirson (HEA)
He is a good batsman but doesn’t have a fixed batting position and can come to bat anywhere between 5-7, which isn’t indicative of how well he actually bats. He is a must try in GL as both keeper options are equally hit or miss player, but can be avoided in SL.
Last 5 matches – 20, 15, DNB, 16, 4
Cameron Bancroft (SCO)
He can be tried in a GL team or two or even can be avoided if at all. He bats quite down the order and the current batting form of the Scorchers is on a roll and not giving too many wickets as such.
Last 5 matches – 3, 15, 34, DNB, 1
Ashton Turner (SCO)
He has been leading from the front and has been giving consistent points with the bat. Turner has demoted his batting order to No.6 and can be tried in GL and can be avoided in SL. He even bowled an over in one of the previous games but isn’t likely to be bowling in every game as such. He can be avoided from your teams too.
Last 5 matches – DNB, 7, 31, DNB, 1
Jason Roy (SCO)
Hit or miss player. Loves the T20 format, especially the English T20 Blast, and has shown his worth there. He had been failing miserably ever since his injury but gave a quick start in the first game he played here and had a good knock in the previous games too, and loves these fast paced wickets. Safe pick in the current form surely.
Last 5 matches – 27, 27, 14, 74, 21
Colin Munro (SCO)
He has been consistently playing well and is a very safe choice for your teams. He is high on confidence after his 3 consecutive 50s and can do well here again.
Last 5 matches – 6, 52, 50, 50, 34
Max Bryant (HEA)
Has given good starts in each game and has been playing well in the powerplay making full use of the new ball. Safe pick. Can try dropping in GL though.
Last 5 matches – 40, 15, 31, 10, 23
Chris Lynn (HEA)
He is the skipper of this side and after a horrendous 2020 CPL season and an entire IPL season on the bench, he has found his touch back as soon he got to the Australian wickets and has been looking in sublime form. Safest pick from the batting section in current form.
Last 5 matches – 69, 30, 48, 56, 50
Joe Burns (HEA)
He didn’t have a good test series against India as such but has looked good with the bat and has been batting consistently well too. He is a good GL pick and can be tried in SL too.
Last 5 matches – 1, 52, 22, 7, 31
Joe Denly (HEA)
He is a hit or miss player. He has a fifty to his name in this season and although failed in that 10 over contest, he is still a good GL try for your teams. As Kuhnemann is the only spinning option in this team, he can even bowl an over or two if needed.
Last 5 matches – 19, 50, 0, 7, 31r 0w
All Rounder Prediction:
Aaron Hardie (SCO)
He has consistently been giving points, either with the bat or ball. Since he bats way down the order and isn’t bowling his entire 4 over spell in every game, he can be avoided in SL teams but a good GL pick. In the absence of Marsh, he can be tried in SL too.
Last 5 matches – 2w, 0w, 0w, 2w, 12r 0w
Liam Livingstone (SCO)
Coming on the back of two half centuries, he has been playing well and in the absence of Marsh, he has taken charge with the bat and is a safe pick from this section. He even bowled an over in one of the previous games and got a wicket. GL punt pick surely. Can safely pick in SL if batting first especially.
Last 5 matches – 20r 1w, 16, 3, 54, 67
Lewis Gregory (HEA)
He just played two games in this season and announced his arrival in style with the ball in the first one and then with the bat in the second. Then, continued his confidence and momentum and gave costant points with either bat or ball and can be a safe choice for your teams. He failed in the previous game but is still a worthy try.
Last 5 matches – 31r 1w, 0r 1w, 9r 1w, 26r 0w, 0
James Bazley (HEA)
Bazley showed his worth with the bat in the first two games that he played in this season but hardly gets enough deliveries to play. He did well with the ball for a change in the previous games. He can be tried in GL though as he is a good hitter and bowls an over atleast.
Last 5 matches – 5, 4, DNB, 0r 2w, 0w
Jack Wildermuth (HEA)
He has been a wicket taker in almost every game and has been high on confidence ever since his century against India A in the warm up game. He is a safe pick and can assure you 25 points with the ball atleast.
Last 5 matches – 22r 0w, 1w, 0w, 9r 2w, 1w
Jason Behrendorff (SCO)
GL punt pick especially if their team bowls second. Behrendorff could be good under lights and pick up wickets. He has been picking atleat one wicket consistently but still hasn’t been selected by many users, hence making him a trump pick for GL. He has taken atleast one wicket in each of the previous 5 games in this season that he has played and can be a worthy pick in SL too.
Last 5 matches – 1w, 1w, 2w, 1w, 1w
Fawad Ahmed (SCO)
He will give you safe 25 points nonetheless and has picked atleast one wicket in almost every game where he’s bowled. GL pick.
Last 5 matches – 2w, 1w, 0w, 1w, 1w
Andrew Tye (SCO)
Try him in a GL team or two. Tye is a good bowler and been a consistent wicket taking option in this season. He can be safe choice for your teams due to the selection percentage although Behrendorff has been more consistent in terms of getting points. He can be a worthy GL try if you leave him out in SL especially.
Last 5 matches – 1w, 4w, 2w, 0w, 0w
Jhye Richardson (SCO)
He consistently picks up wickets and is the safest pick from the Scorchers’ bowling unit. He has picked atleast 2 wickets on 5 occasions in 10 games this season.
Last 5 matches – 1w, 3w, 4w, 1w, 1w
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Xavier Bartlett (HEA)
He can be a good choice for your teams. He has been a consistent point getter and can be a worthy GL pick. Try him in SL if bowling first. If Morkel replaces him in the XI, try Morkel in GL.
Last 5 matches – 1w, 1w, 0w, 0w, 1w
Mark Steketee (HEA)
He is a great bowler for the side and a consistent wicket taker too. He is a safe choice and a must pick for your teams.
Last 5 matches – 4w, 2w, 3w, 1w, 2w
Matthew Kuhnemann (HEA)
In the absence of Mujeeb, he is the lone spinner in the side if Denly isn’t used. He would feature and could play a crucial role with the ball. He has atleast picked one wicket on every occasion where he has bowled his entire spell of 4 overs and can be tried in a GL team or two.
Last 5 matches – 1w, 1w, 0w, 0w, 1w
Perth Scorchers vs Brisbane Heat Dream11 Small League Captain & Vice-Captain Choice:
Chris Lynn, Jason Roy and Colin Munro are safe choices and can be kept as C/VC in SL teams.
SCO vs HEA Dream11 Grand League Captain & Vice-Captain Choice:
Mark Steketee, Joe Denly, Jack Wildermuth, Jhye Richardson, Josh Inglis and Liam Livingstone can be good choices to try as C/VC in GL teams.
SCO vs HEA Playing 11:
Perth Scorchers: Jason Roy, Liam Livingstone, Colin Munro, Ashton Turner(C), Cameron Bancroft, Josh Inglis(Wk), Aaron Hardie, Andrew Tye, Fawad Ahmed, Jhye Richardson, Jason Behrendorff
Brisbane Heat: Chris Lynn(C), Max Bryant, Joe Denly, Joe Burns, Jimmy Peirson(Wk), Lewis Gregory, James Bazley, Jack Wildermuth, Matthew Kuhnemann, Mark Steketee, Xavier Bartlett
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