Brisbane was just one win from the final after four straight wins allowed it to sneak into the postseason before eliminating the Adelaide Strikers and Sydney Thunder

But after the Scorchers were first sent to Manuka Oval to hit, the heat ran from start to finish and was sloppy on the field, coughing 1-189 of 181 overs

Rain stopped the Scorchers innings early, leaving the heat behind with 200 runs to chase 18 overs using the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method

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Shane Warne noted during the night that the Scorchers looked cold and calculated – a team with a lot of experience in the finals and unimpressed by the great opportunity

The Heat, however, showed signs of panic that had come this far to end the drought in eight seasons, he said at Fox Cricket

“I think the Scorchers were clearer about their plans from the start and I think they were just a bit calmer than the Brisbane Heat,” Warne said during the second inning

“The Brisbane Heat have realized that they are only one game away from the final The Scorchers have been there before, they have experience, everyone knows their role”You can’t underestimate that”

Speaking of the heat, he added, “There were panic throws, outstretched hands, falls … just a few panic things from the heat”

After just 10 overs, the scorchers were 0-108, which resulted in Mourne Morkel being added to the X factor for second highest wicket taker in the league, Mark Steketee, Morkel had no impact (0-45 out of four Overs), while Steketee remained furious about the decision to be lifted despite his stellar season

“He was shaken, wasn’t he? Really shaken,” Warne said of Fox Cricket. “He couldn’t believe he was in hiding. He was just picked for Australia and isn’t happy. There’s not much talk of the coaches either”

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Adam Gilchrist spoke about the struggles of the heat, saying, “It was a messed up thinking for the heat, wasn’t it?

“All kinds of field changes, uncertainty with the ball in hand – and some fine strokes”

Opener Liam Livingstone did most of the damage early on, wiping out six sixes and five fours in an opening partnership of 114 people

He was finally born in the 12th Mitchell Swepson’s game sacked after making 77 runs with 39 balls

His inaugural partner, Cameron Bancroft, was a late take for English arms importer Jason Roy, who was disfellowshipped with an ankle injury

Bancroft took his chance and went undefeated 58 of 42 runs to anchor the Scorchers innings

Mitch Marsh was in the order of No. Moved 13 and added the finishing touches with a subtle display of power hitting, making 49 runs from 28 balls

In response, heat opener Joe Denly looked up to the fight early and hit 14 balls out of seven, while Chris Lynn was still looking for rhythm when he hit 22 out of 17

At that moment, Jason Behrendorff shattered the Heat’s faint hopes, drawing a failure from Denly with a slower ball and Bowling Lynn with consecutive balls in the fourth over

Marnus Labuschagne couldn’t stop the rot that was bowled by a fawad Ahmed for 15 years while Sam Heazlett made three runs before Aaron Hardie claimed his wicket with his first ball

Hardie had his second hit when Jimmy Peirson was caught in the middle of the field, followed by Ahmed, who held Lewis Gregory for two and scored the 6-88

Joe Burns made a late cameo worth 38 runs out of 24 until his loft ride from AJ Tye Hardie found Hardie in the deep. Bancroft then took a stunning dive to sack Xavier Bartlett, 19, and Hardie his third to give

The Scorchers will now meet on Saturday evening (7) the Sydney Sixers at the SCG40 o’clock AEDT) in the BBL final

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