Sydney Sixers enter this crucial match at 2 wins and 2 losses. Brisbane Heat are cruising along under the radar with 3 wins from 3 and their home ground advantage at the GABBA is huge. We have you sorted with another $6,000 guaranteed. See our tips below.

Big Bash | Heat vs. Sixers

BATSMEN

Brendan McCullum – $8,500

There’s no player more exciting to watch in cricket than McCullum when he gets going. He’s made 118 runs in the 3 matches so far at an astronomical strike rate of 196.67.

Sam Billings – $7,000

So far this tournament he has looked like the Sixers best batsman and has made three scores of 40+ in a row at a strike-rate of 131.18. He surely looks in line to get a promotion up the batting order for the Sixers after coming in at number six (ha!) against the Strikers in Adelaide.

WICKET-KEEPER

Jimmy Peirson – $6,000

Brad Haddin has been struggling bad this season whilst Peirson is coming off two poor knocks after an explosive 46 in the opening match. Peirson opens the batting and will definitely get the opportunity to make runs and for that reason we have to pick him.

ALL-ROUNDER

Moises Henriques – $9,800

He’s potentially fit enough to start bowling in this match (no news yet) but even if he isn’t, his batting can be explosive enough to make him worth the price based on that alone. He has been batting at #3 for the Sixers and on a ground like the GABBA he could be well worth his price.

BOWLERS

Samuel Badree – $6,700

Three positive facts about Badree – 1. He’s bowled 4 overs in every match so far. 2. His tournament economy rate is a magnificent 5.67. 3. He has opened the bowling in every match so far. At just $6,700 he will most likely be in everyone’s team but it’s for good reason.

Will Somerville – $4,000

Has played the last two matches and looked very good – bowling 6 overs for just 32 runs and taking 2 wickets. Spinners seem to be the hardest to bat against so far in BBL06 and he represents excellent value for money for what he has provided so far.

 

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