VIDEO: McCullum Hitting A Player & Falling On Ground Yesterday. See What Happened

VIDEO: McCullum Hitting A Player & Falling On Ground Yesterday. See What Happened

The last time both Brisbane Heat and Perth Scorchers ventured out to challenge each other was the point at which the previous won the challenge by nine wickets at the Western Australia Cricket Ground (WACA) in Perth on January 5. In a clash of the levels where both were competing for the top spot in the focuses table, Heat were fueled by a shining 49-ball 98 by Chris Lynn to pursue down 174 to win, in what failed out to be an unbalanced challenge.

Warm, who sit lovely at the highest point of the focuses table with four wins and only one misfortune, will hope to put it over the Scorchers once more, in their keep going meeting, on Wednesday (January 11). The greatest positive for the Heat is the stellar type of Lynn, who has hit three fifties in the competition in this way, with 17 fours and 26 sixes. His unbeaten 98 in the past excursion didn’t simply loan to a triumph additionally brought a feeling of power about their side in this version of the Big Bash. Be that as it may, Lynn’s ring to the One-Day International (ODI) squad would imply that his side loses a touch of its warmth going into their next conflict.
While Brendon McCullum has contributed with two or three fifties to support their batting, the playing obligations have been evenhandedly shared by Mark Steketee and Mitchell Swepson, both of who have stowed seven wickets each, though Jack Wildermuth and Ben Cutting have gotten six wickets each. The McCullum-drove side appears to be all around oiled and look top picks once more going into their next experience.

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