Bracken - Hurricanes v Heat Tips

Hurricanes need to get back on track after a shocking outing in the first game.

Nathan Bracken
Mon, 21 Dec, 10:17 PM

Hobart Hurricanes

I'm backing Hobart Hurricanes to turn things round from their shocking performance in the first game and come out on top in this one. This will be a very high scoring match in Hobart. Hurricanes batting line up is quality, they've got real talent up top and then a middle order to blow anyone away. The Heat lack bowlers, they'll struggle up top and in the middle overs.

Chris Lynn

Chris Lynn is the key for Brisbane Heat, he looked in great form in his first outing. He adds the explosiveness in the middle order for Brisbane after a cautious start. Lynn had a good season last time round and he looks like he knows his game even better this year. Well worth backing for Top Batsman.

Cameron Boyce

Top bowler is a tricky one, but I'm getting on Cameron Boyce to take the most wickets tonight. He showed great control in the opening game and needs to fire to get Hobart back on track. Spinners normally go well in Hobart and well look to exploit a weak lower order.

Darren Sammy

The Mayor of Hobart loves his Hobart followers, the big West Indian will be out to put a show on tonight. Darren Sammy has the ability to smash a quick fire 30 at the end of the innings then take a couple of crucial wickets at a very tight rate. This is the reason he looks a good bet at $15 to be Man of the Match.

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