In their previous conference, the Heat got the better of the Renegades.

The Melbourne Renegades have actually already been knocked out of the ongoing edition of the Big Celebration League. Having actually won 3 out of 12 matches, Aaron Finch and Co have no opportunity of making it to the next round. However, the truth that they beat the Melbourne Stars by 5 wickets at the Docklands Stadium must provide some confidence.

In their last two video games, they would try to be party-spoilers. Their next match is against the Brisbane Heat on Saturday, January 23 at the Docklands Stadium in Melbourne. On head-to-head count, the Renegades are leading the Heat by 10-4.

However in their previous conference this season, the Heat won by 5 wickets. The next game is a crucial one for the Heat as a loss might see them getting knocked out of the tournament with one game remaining.

The pitch at the Docklands Stadium has been relatively excellent for batting. There haven’t been many demons on the track. The pitch isn’t expected to alter much either for the next match and for this reason, going after must be the method forward. The sun will be out throughout match time and the temperature level would be around the 22 degrees Celsius mark. The humidity will mainly in the mid-50s mark.

Shaun Marsh, Aaron Finch (C), Sam Harper (WK), Jake Fraser McGurk, Jack Prestwidge, Mackenzie Harvey, Beau Webster, Imad Wasim, Josh Lalor, Zak Evans, Peter Hatzoglou

Bench- Mitchell Perry, Brayden Stepien, Brody Couch, Will Sutherland, Kane Richardson, Noor Ahmad

Max Bryant, Chris Lynn (C), Joe Denly, Joe Burns, Marnus Labuschagne, Lewis Gregory, Jack Wildermuth, Jimmy Pierson (WK), Mark Steketee, Mitchell Swepson, Morne Morkel

Bench- Ben Laughlin, Tom Cooper, Simon Milenko, Sam Haezlett, Lachlan Pfeffer, Matthew Willans, Connor Sully, Jack Wood, Jack Sinfield, Xavier Bartlett, Matthew Kuhnemann, James Bazley

Shaun Marsh has actually been practically an only warrior for the Renegades in the competition. In 10 matches, the left-handed batsman has actually scored 272 runs at an average and strike-rate of 27.20 and 132.68 respectively.

He is their leading run-scorer with 3 fifties to his name. However, he hasn’t got any form of his support from the others. Marsh can’t manage to drop his guard by any ways.

Chris Lynn has searched in outstanding touch in the tournament. He missed a few video games in between due to injury, however he hasn’t allowed the break to interrupt his momentum.

In 8 games, the right-hander has scored 317 runs at an average and strike-rate of 39.62 and 149.52 respectively. He has three fifties to his name and Heat would be hoping for their weapon batter to fire on all cylinders in the occasion.