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The Renegades batted first and reached 6/149 thanks to 50 not out to Beau Webster (off 40) and youngster Jake Fraser-McGurk hitting 40 off 33

But the story of the first innings was a superb catch by Joe Burns, who leapt high into the air and to snare a fingertip grab

The Heat are 3/105 after 11 overs, with Joe Denly on 23 and Gregory on 0

Heat skipper Chris Lynn had the luckiest innings of his life, three times escaping dismissal thanks to Renegade mistakes

The first was a poor drop from Noor Ahmad in the deep when Lynn was on just 22, before he was caught in the 30s only for a back foot no ball to be called He was dropped again in the 40s by Peter Hatzoglou before finally chopping onto his own stumps for 51 off 39

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The Heat won the bat flip and opted to bowl, a decision which was immediately rewarded when Shaun Marsh was dismissed for a golden duck in the first over, with Bartlett cleaning him up lbw with a late inswinger It was a sour return for Marsh, who had missed the previous two matches after remaining in Perth for the birth of his third child

The Renegades rebounded well, until axed Australia gun Joe Burns then grabbed a superb catch at backward point in the fifth over Burns leapt and threw up his right hand to snare a fantastic fingertip catch, dismissing Mackenzie Harvey for 20(14) off spinner Matthew Kuhnemann

“Joe Burns takes a screamer,” Brendan Julian said on Fox Cricket “That’s a speccy,” Brett Lee added

That left the Renegades 2-34 with Aaron Finch coming in at fourth for the first time in his Big Bash career

For a bloke who’s had NO luck this summer, that is some catch from Joe Burns!!#BBL10

Mark Steketee had Sam Harper dismissed for 15(14) the next over, caught behind edging a slower off-cutter That left the Renegades struggling at 3/36

Aaron Finch was given LBW by Jack Wildermuth as the Manuka Oval pitch played havoc with the bounce, Finch falling for 13 off 13 when a straight delivery kept low

After 10 overs, the Renegades are 4/71 with Beau Webster on 3 and Jake Fraser-McGurk on 13

Morne Morkel, the 36-year-old former South Africa paceman, was brought on as the X-Factor substitution for the Heat, replacing Xavier Bartlett who had bowled the first over of the match and picked up one wicket for two runs

Morkel bowled the 12th over, and despite having not played competively since August – and having had ankle surgery in the meantime – he showed few signs rust, striking Fraser-McGurk on the groin and going for just three runs in his first over

Fraser-McGurk was given a second life on 20 when Mark Steketee misjudged a catch in the deep, running back towards the rope but failing to gather the ball with one hand

The Renegades took the Power Surge after 14 overs, with Fraser-McGurk and Webster both settled and with a partnership of 38 from 36 balls

But Steketee – the Heat’s leading wicket-taker – conceded just five runs in the first over of the Power Surge

Steketee copped just the second six of the innings as Fraser-McGurk tried to tee off, but he was caught just two balls later (40 off 33) skying a leading edge to long on

It was the second-consecutive impressive innings from the 18-year-old, who notched an unbeaten 29 off 23 in the Renegades’ win over the Adelaide Strikers in their last match

Morkel bagged his first wicket of the tournament in the 18th over – his third – with Prestwidge launching one directly into the air

Chris Lynn got underneath the ball, which went what seemed like half a kilometre into the sky, and was lucky to hold on with his fingertips to send Prestwidge back to the dugout for a duck (off 2)

Wildermuth’s 19th over was poor, with Webster hitting two boundaries in a 15-run over, the 27-year-old

Morkel’s lack of recent experience finally showed in the 20th over, when a waist-high full toss was rightly dispatched by Webster over the boundary 11 off the over meant the Renegades finished 6/149 – what Brett Lee called “a pretty decent score in the end”

The Heat got off to a slow start, with just one run off the first over and five off the second But Chris Lynn and Max Bryant were growing in confidence and the were comfortably rotating the strike and punishing loose deliveries

In the seventh over, Max Bryant gave his wicket away needlessly chasing a six when he holed out to Peter Hatzoglou, caught by Beau Webster, to leave the Heat 1/46

While the Heat had fielded superbly, the Renegades were poor – Noor Ahmad dropping Chris Lynn in the ninth over when he was on just 22

Ahmad was immediately brought onto bowl the next over, and his night went from bad to worse as he copped 13 off the over as the Heat reached the Bash Boost target of 72 on the last ball of the over

Lynn sliced a shot straight up in the air and Shaun Marsh hung onto it slightly more comfortably than Lynn himself caught a sky-high shot in the first innings Lynn was 35 off 28 But Prestwidge was found to have given up a back foot no ball, and Lynn was given a third chance!

Lynn was nearly caught – a third time – in the 40s when he slashed at a wide Imad delivery, with Peter Hatzoglou misreading the ball and backing up, only for the ball to fall just short of him

“You’ve got to do better than that as a professional cricketer,” Mark Waugh said of Hatzoglou’s attempt on Fox Cricket

Lynn made them pay by reaching his 50 from 38 balls, before falling for 51 off 40 when he chopped onto his own stumps in the 14th over, Richardson’s wicket leaving the Heat 2/106

“They’ve left the door open for the Renegades through Chris Lynn playing a shot he didn’t have to play,” Mark Waugh said

Waugh was unimpressed with the Heat giving up wickets unnecessarily by playing aggressively at inappropriate times, saying: “They do it a lot, the Heat”

Joe Denly fell for 31 off 25, popping the ball up to mid on in the 16 over, the first of the Power Surge

Waugh’s rant continued, saying: “If they get beat here, the Heat, Chris Lynn needs a kick up the backside and a big one As good a player as he is, he didn’t need to do that and he’s put the pressure on these guys

“They should have cruised this They should have absolutely cruised this They’ve got to bat smarter”

The Heat are without star spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman, who has departed for Afghanistan national duty

He’s replaced by Morne Morkel, the 36-year-old South African paceman who is now a permanent resident of Australia Morkel will debut as X-Factor substitution for the Heat

The Renegades will also be without an Afghanistan star of their own, with Mohammad Nabi also set to depart for international duty

But they welcome back Shaun Marsh after missing two matches due to the birth of his third child

Brisbane Heat XI: Max Bryant, Chris Lynn (c), Joe Denly, Joe Burns, James Bazley, Jimmy Peirson (wk), Lewis Gregory, Jack Wildermuth, Mark Steketee, Xavier Bartlett, Matthew Kuhnemann

Melbourne Renegades XI: Aaron Finch (c), Shaun Marsh, Sam Harper (wk), Mackenzie Harvey, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Beau Webster, Imad Wasim, Jack Prestwidge, Kane Richardson, Peter Hatzoglou, Noor Ahmad

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