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Brisbane Heat vs Adelaide Strikers, 13th Match Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Brisbane Heat vs Adelaide Strikers, 13th Match 06 Saturday March 2021 175820000000 Adelaide Strikers won by 2 runs Cricinfo Commentary updated on 06 Saturday March 2021 175820000000 ADS - 150/6 (20) BRH - 148/9 (20) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 06 Saturday March 2021 175820000000 CRR:  7.40 Player of the Match Jimmy Peirson Scorecard Refresh Commentary That brings an end to our coverage of today's Big Bash encounter. We got to witness what Power Surge can actually do. Things are just spicing up with the addition of these new rules. We've got a break for couple of days, so join us on Saturday for the double header. Sydney Thunder take on the Melbourne Renegades, while Sydney Sixers lock horns with Melbourne Stars. Till then, it's a goodbye from our side! Jimmy Peirson bags the Man of the Match. 21:38 Local Time, 11:38 GMT, 17:08 IST: With the help of this thrilling win, Adelaide Strikers who were placed fifth before today, have now moved to number 3. Their batting effort wasn't great, but it was a collective effort as most of the batsmen chipped in with handy contributions that helped the Strikers post a competitive total of 150/6. In reply, Brisbane Heat got off to the worst possible start as they kept losing wickets right from the word go. Most of their batsmen struggled to get going and the one who got off to a start (Cooper) - was given out to a howler. Just when we thought things are done and dusted, Peirson and Mujeeb had a spectacular partnership of 60 runs in 4 overs. The Power Surge is where it all started as Heat smoked 43 runs in 2 overs. Mujeeb departed, but Peirson stayed till the end as the Heat believed. Went down to the wire, but the home team fell short by 2 runs eventually. It was one of the most exciting contests of the season, without a doubt. Danny Briggs was the pick of the lot as he bagged three wickets and hardly gave anything away. BRH: 148-9 after 20 overs 19.6 Worrall to Peirson, FOUR , Peirson is down on his knees as Adelaide Strikers win this by 2 runs! What a heart-break for Heat. So near, yet so far. Was slightly full length delivery by Worrall and Peirson heaved it through backward square leg to finish the game with a boundary. We were rooting for a six and a super over, but unfortunately - Not Today! A chat between the two batsmen as the match has come down to the wire 19.5 Worrall to Peirson, no run, third successive dot ball of the over. A six off the final ball, and this one's Super over. Was a yorker delivery by Worrall once again and Peirson heaved it into the leg side. Superb bowling by Worrall! 19.4 Worrall to Peirson, no run, another ball right into the blockhole and Peirson fails to put it away once again. Got down on his knee and swiped it straight to deep backward square leg 19.3 Worrall to Peirson, no run, and he hasn't taken the single, good call. Was right into the blockhole and Peirson flicked it towards deep mid-wicket 19.2 Worrall to Peirson, 2 runs, equation down to 7 from 4! Overpitched delivery by Worrall and Peirson heaves it through mid-wicket for a couple of runs 19.1 Worrall to Peirson, FOUR , here's his first boundary. Shuffles across in his crease and gets a full toss on the pads. Swings hard and helps it away to the fine leg fence for four runs Daniel Worrall [3.0-0-21-1] is back into the attack All upto Peirson! Can he do this? Think he should keep strike and not take the singles even if available BRH: 138-9 after 19 overs 18.6 Wes Agar to Laughlin, no run, Brisbane Heat require 13 runs off the final over. 12 for the Super over! Low full toss outside off and Laughlin mistimes his drive in front of covers 18.5 Wes Agar to Laughlin, no run, on a length outside off, Laughlin eases it in front of covers, straight to the fielder though 18.4 Wes Agar to Laughlin, no run, how has missed the stumps? Short of a length delivery and Laughlin gets beaten as he has a wild swing. Was really close to the stumps! 18.3 Wes Agar to Laughlin, no run, short and quick outside off, good carry and Laughlin gets beaten he tries to glide this down to third man 18.2 Wes Agar to Laughlin, FOUR , fortune favours the brave, indeed. Short of a length delivery around off, seaming into the batsman and Laughlin gets an edge as he tries to play a cut. Goes very fine and beats the fielder who was sprinting across from third man 18.1 Wes Agar to Laughlin, no run, in his quest to rotate the strike Laughlin taps this length ball in front of the bowler and starts running. But, would have been a suicide of a run-out had Peirson not sent him back Rashid Khan has injured his hamstring and he's walking off the field. He looks disappointed as the Afghan leggie walks off the ground BRH: 134-9 after 18 overs 17.6 Siddle to Peirson, 2 runs, heaves the overpitched delivery through mid-wicket for a brace. 17 more to go, one wicket left Load More Commentary

Brisbane Heat vs Adelaide Strikers, 13th Match

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Brisbane Heat vs Adelaide Strikers, 13th Match 06 Saturday March 2021 175820000000

Adelaide Strikers won by 2 runs

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 06 Saturday March 2021 175820000000

ADS - 150/6 (20)
BRH - 148/9 (20)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 06 Saturday March 2021 175820000000
CRR:  7.40

Player of the Match

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That brings an end to our coverage of today's Big Bash encounter. We got to witness what Power Surge can actually do. Things are just spicing up with the addition of these new rules. We've got a break for couple of days, so join us on Saturday for the double header. Sydney Thunder take on the Melbourne Renegades, while Sydney Sixers lock horns with Melbourne Stars. Till then, it's a goodbye from our side!

Jimmy Peirson bags the Man of the Match.

21:38 Local Time, 11:38 GMT, 17:08 IST: With the help of this thrilling win, Adelaide Strikers who were placed fifth before today, have now moved to number 3. Their batting effort wasn't great, but it was a collective effort as most of the batsmen chipped in with handy contributions that helped the Strikers post a competitive total of 150/6. In reply, Brisbane Heat got off to the worst possible start as they kept losing wickets right from the word go. Most of their batsmen struggled to get going and the one who got off to a start (Cooper) - was given out to a howler. Just when we thought things are done and dusted, Peirson and Mujeeb had a spectacular partnership of 60 runs in 4 overs. The Power Surge is where it all started as Heat smoked 43 runs in 2 overs. Mujeeb departed, but Peirson stayed till the end as the Heat believed. Went down to the wire, but the home team fell short by 2 runs eventually. It was one of the most exciting contests of the season, without a doubt. Danny Briggs was the pick of the lot as he bagged three wickets and hardly gave anything away.

BRH: 148-9 after 20 overs

19.6 Worrall to Peirson, FOUR, Peirson is down on his knees as Adelaide Strikers win this by 2 runs! What a heart-break for Heat. So near, yet so far. Was slightly full length delivery by Worrall and Peirson heaved it through backward square leg to finish the game with a boundary. We were rooting for a six and a super over, but unfortunately - Not Today!

A chat between the two batsmen as the match has come down to the wire

19.5 Worrall to Peirson, no run, third successive dot ball of the over. A six off the final ball, and this one's Super over. Was a yorker delivery by Worrall once again and Peirson heaved it into the leg side. Superb bowling by Worrall!

19.4 Worrall to Peirson, no run, another ball right into the blockhole and Peirson fails to put it away once again. Got down on his knee and swiped it straight to deep backward square leg

19.3 Worrall to Peirson, no run, and he hasn't taken the single, good call. Was right into the blockhole and Peirson flicked it towards deep mid-wicket

19.2 Worrall to Peirson, 2 runs, equation down to 7 from 4! Overpitched delivery by Worrall and Peirson heaves it through mid-wicket for a couple of runs

19.1 Worrall to Peirson, FOUR, here's his first boundary. Shuffles across in his crease and gets a full toss on the pads. Swings hard and helps it away to the fine leg fence for four runs

Daniel Worrall [3.0-0-21-1] is back into the attack

All upto Peirson! Can he do this? Think he should keep strike and not take the singles even if available

BRH: 138-9 after 19 overs

18.6 Wes Agar to Laughlin, no run, Brisbane Heat require 13 runs off the final over. 12 for the Super over! Low full toss outside off and Laughlin mistimes his drive in front of covers

18.5 Wes Agar to Laughlin, no run, on a length outside off, Laughlin eases it in front of covers, straight to the fielder though

18.4 Wes Agar to Laughlin, no run, how has missed the stumps? Short of a length delivery and Laughlin gets beaten as he has a wild swing. Was really close to the stumps!

18.3 Wes Agar to Laughlin, no run, short and quick outside off, good carry and Laughlin gets beaten he tries to glide this down to third man

18.2 Wes Agar to Laughlin, FOUR, fortune favours the brave, indeed. Short of a length delivery around off, seaming into the batsman and Laughlin gets an edge as he tries to play a cut. Goes very fine and beats the fielder who was sprinting across from third man

18.1 Wes Agar to Laughlin, no run, in his quest to rotate the strike Laughlin taps this length ball in front of the bowler and starts running. But, would have been a suicide of a run-out had Peirson not sent him back

Rashid Khan has injured his hamstring and he's walking off the field. He looks disappointed as the Afghan leggie walks off the ground

BRH: 134-9 after 18 overs

17.6 Siddle to Peirson, 2 runs, heaves the overpitched delivery through mid-wicket for a brace. 17 more to go, one wicket left