Brisbane Heat
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Welcome to the T20 cricket team Brisbane Heat. We are going to un-cover exclusively the Squad of Franchise. Here you will get Team management info. This top franchise is basically the Australian professional T20 cricket team. Therefore, they play a positive T20 cricket in the Big Bash League every year.

Brisbane Heat
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The franchise has introduced a teal type uniform for the whole team. They have their independent Home Ground to play and practice cricket. Their home is called the Brisbane Cricket Ground. Brisbane is basically the State of Australia namely Queensland.

In the very second edition of the Big Bash League, the franchise won the title. Therefore, they qualified the Champions League T20. They beat Perth Scorchers in the 2nd season of the BBL 2012-13 and qualified CLT20.


Here, is the complete Squad of the Brisbane Heat Franchise:

SQUAD: Mitch Swepson, Mark Steketee, Max Bryant, Ben Cutting, Marnus Labuschagne, Chris Lynn, Jame Peirson, Joe Burns, Jack Prestwidge, Same Heazlett, Josh Lalor, James Pattinson, Matt Renshaw.

The franchise has not signed any new player for the upcoming season of the Big Bash League 2019-20. Due to fitness and form issues, the franchise has decided to take Brendon McCullum as their Team Head Coach.

The players they have not signed up till now from the previous season are Mujeeb Ur Rehman (from Afghanistan), Alex Ross, Brendan Doggett, Matt Kuhnemann. Their performances were not up to the mark. Therefore, they could not convince the selectors of the franchise for further retention in the team.

The franchise management has left a few spots to fill later. The franchise selectors will make their decision later for the complete selection of the team players.


Brisbane heat have over 83 winning percentage against Sydney Thunders. The team players always love to bat and bowl against the Sydney Thunders team. Their winning percentage is 50 against Adelaide Strikers, Hobart Hurricanes and Melbourne Stars. Brisbane Heat has the least percentage of winnings against Sydney Sixer which is 17 percent only.

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