Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Brisbane Heat: Unchanged for season defining game

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The Brisbane Heat has retained the same 13-man squad that defeated the ladder-leading Melbourne Stars last night for its season-defining clash tomorrow with the Melbourne Renegades at Marvel Stadium.

The Heat will go into the game buoyed with confidence in the wake of their 71-run win over the Stars at the MCG last night that lifted them into fifth spot.

The Renegades inflicted a humbling loss over the Heat at the Gabba a week ago but a composed all-round team effort against the Stars has Brisbane heading into the final game of the regular season with their season alive.

Star import AB de Villiers top-scored with 71 from 37 balls while Marnus Labuschagne finished 24 not out from 13 balls. The bowling group was led by leg-spinner Mitch Swepson (3-31), spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman (2-11) and paceman James Pattinson (2-17).

Matches today will still have a bearing on the make-up of the Finals.

The Heat game will be broadcast on Channel 7, FOX Cricket and through Kayo streaming subscription.

KFC BIG BASH LEAGUE
Brisbane Heat v Melbourne Renegades, Marvel Stadium, tomorrow 1.45pm (Qld time)
50         Chris Lynn (c)
31         Ben Cutting
5            Sam Heazlett
9            Marnus Labuschagne
2            Josh Lalor
55         Ben Laughlin
19         James Pattinson
59         James Peirson
16         Jack Prestwidge
77         Matthew Renshaw
4            Mitch Swepson
17         AB de Villiers
7            Mujeeb Ur Rahman
(12th man to be named).

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