cricket match prediction today:Russell’s 50 points match Nesser’s hat-trick as Renegades take third straight win

Pearson’s 45 unbeaten run was also wasted as the Heat suffered their second loss to the Renegades

Revived Melbourne Michael Nether marked his BBL comeback with a hat-trick before his Renegades rode Andre his Russell’s ferocious counterattack to beat Brisbane his Heat again.

On the difficult surface of his GMHBA stadium in Geelong, the Renegades struggled to trail Nessel’s achievements 138 times. But Russell turned the game around with his 42-57 ball punctuated by his six strong sixes.

A series of close matches ensued at the start of BBL12 seesaw he finished at the finish, and when the Renegades claimed his third straight win to start the season, a gruff Aaron Finch put him on the line to hit the winning line in the final. maintained the nerves of

After losing both games to the Renegades, the Heat are winless.

Neser returns to the BBL in style
Relieved of Test duties, Neser enjoyed his return to the BBL with a wicket first ball to dismiss Sam Harper, who flicked a leg-stump half-volley straight to the fielder inside the ring.

But there was nothing fortuitous when Neser found the perfect line and length to graze the edge of Jake Fraser-McGurk’s bat in the last ball of the first over.

With his next ball, in the third over, Neser bowled Renegades’ captain Nic Maddison, who chopped onto his stumps, before claiming a hat-trick in stunning style by rattling the stumps after Jonathan Wells didn’t play a shot.

Bowling with unrelenting accuracy, much like his impressive performance against West Indies in the Adelaide Test, Neser was unplayable until Russell dented his figures.

It might be a different format but Neser showed why he is unlucky not to be a regular member of Australia’s stacked pace attack in Test cricket. On the silver lining he scored his ninth BBL hat-trick.

Dre Las Launches Bold Counterattack
Going 9-for-4 and shades of an embarrassing all-out 15 for the Sydney Thunder, Russell was making fun of the situation and the precarious position of the Renegades. He slammed his three sixes off a blazing Neser and changed the face of the game in minutes.

Heat captain Jimmy Pearson faced spinner Mitchell Swepson in six overs, and Russell soon had him on long on six overs. It was either feast or famine for the West Indies, whose first four shots on goal were his six. Russell turned the clock back by force and scored his first half-century in the BBL in the 25th inning. However, he appeared to have suffered an injury to his wrist, not quite the same as his belligerent innings that ended in the 15th passing in a torrent.

In his brief four-game stint before playing in the UAE’s first ILT20 division, Russell made a big impression. He had previously expressed disappointment that he was overlooked during the BBL draft.

Rogue Recruits Roger’s Threat in Difficult Terrain
After the Heat scored a hit, Maddinson passed the new ball to spinners Mujib Ul-Rahman and Akeel Hossain, who were playing against the old team.

Eliminating sluggers Max Bryant and Colin Munro proved a masterstroke, but the Renegade offense was quickly held back by Matthew Renshaw and Sam Billings. Shortly after the drink broke, sailor Tom Rogers delivered, removing Billings with a sharp delivery to catch an edge, then Renshaw of overbowling who continued to play after failing to finish an extra jump. was.

Rodgers continued to deliver menacing impacts from the surface, adding more deliveries to Pearson’s neck and two more wickets to his career-best BBL performance.

heat is the biggest problem
Life without Chris Lynn proved difficult for the Heat after two modest batting attempts against the Renegades. They hoped the inclusion of Renshaw would prove to be a pick-me-up after he missed the opener due to the birth of his first child.

An on-going Renshaw got off to a strong start to the domestic season in the longer form and appeared to consist of a committed partnership with Billings in his BBL season debut. However, Renshaw and Billings are unable to take advantage of their platform, leaving Heat in a hole before Pearson comes to the rescue with a barrage of Late Limits.

However, their total ultimately proved not to be enough and the Heat’s hierarchy had to think about how to trigger the batting order.

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