Brisbane Heat Vs Melbourne Stars | Getting early triumphs in the win section is constantly pivotal in the congested season that is the BBL, so the two groups will be urgent to get their battles off to winning begins.
Wednesday the twentieth of December – 6:40pm at the Gabba.
General saved tickets for the diversion are as yet accessible through Ticketmaster from only $22 for grown-ups and $8 for kids.
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Having sold out every one of the five home diversions in BBL|06, fans are urged to pre-buy their tickets to abstain from passing up a major opportunity.
HOW TO WATCH
All BBL|07 matches will be broadcast live on Network Ten, starting on Wednesday at 6:30pm QLD time. The action is live on ONE from 6:30pm then will switch over to Ten at 7:30pm.
Brendon McCullum (c), Joe Burns, Ben Cutting, Brendan Doggett, Sam Heazlett, Josh Lalor, Chris Lynn, Jimmy Peirson, Jack Prestwidge, Alex Ross, Shadab Khan, Mark Steketee, Mitchell Swepson.
John Hastings (c), Michael Beer, Scott Boland, Liam Bowe, Den Dunk, James Faulkner, Seb Gotch, Evan Gulbis, Glenn Maxwell, Kevin Pietersen, Marcus Stoinis, Luke Wright, Adam Zampa. Brisbane Heat Vs Melbourne Stars
The Heat and Stars have met on six occasions, with Brisbane holding a 4-2 advantage.
One of the BBL’s most infamous moments came between the Stars and Heat when Glenn Maxwell left his first ball off the bowling of Ryan Duffield that went crashing into the stumps.
LAST TIME THEY MET
The Heat have held the wood over the Stars in recent seasons having won the last three encounters between the two sides.
They last met late in BBL|06 where a polished bowling performance restricted the Stars to 138 at the MCG. In reply Alex Ross and Joe Burns combined for an unbeaten 74-run stand to help win the game for the visitors, at the same time securing a spot in the semifinals. Brisbane Heat Vs Melbourne Stars