Joe Burns to score over 18.5 runs
Burns has recovered his form for the Heat since being dropped from the Australia Test team earlier this month.
He has scored 52 and 22* in his last two innings, so this looks like a very low runs line.
Max Bryant to score over 18.5 runs
Bryant has also impressed for the Heat, passing this mark in four of his last five innings.
The opener has reached double figures in all eight of his Big Bash innings this season, so getting close to even money on him reaching 19 looks a fantastic bet.
Jack Edwards to score over 18.5 runs
We complete our assault on the 18.5 runs line by backing Sixers opener Edwards to pass it.
The 20-year-old has not been as consistent as the Heat batsmen named above, but hit an impressive 44 last time out and has reached double figures in his last four innings.
Mujeeb Ur Rahman to be Brisbane Heat’s top wicket-taker
Mujeeb has taken at least one wicket in six of his seven BBL appearances this season.
He would have won us some profit in this market on two of his last four appearances, including when he took an outstanding five-fer against the Hurricanes.
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