Push a local branch into a remote branch under a directory

Hi all,

I have a repo with the following branches:

origin - develop

origin - master

origin - feature/issue_100

origin - feature/issue_200


origin - hotfix/abc

origin - hotfix/efg



I checked out from master and have some commits to push. I'd like to push this local branch back into origin/feature/issue_300.

How do I do that in SourceTree? How about git command?

Thanks so much


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