BPH vs WEF Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Tips, Playing 11, Pitch Report, Team Info & Dream11 Team for The Hundred Mens Match-14 Team and Analysis
The Hundred Match Prediction
Match: BPH vs WEF Fantasy Team Prediction
Time: 10 Aug, 11:00 PM (IST)
Series:: The Hundred Mens Match-14
Venue: Edgbaston Cricket Ground – Edgbaston, England
L, N, N, W, L
T, L, W, L, L
BPH vs WEF Info:
- Liam Livingstone top-scored for Birmingham Phoenix in their last game and the England international is our tip for their highest run scorer against Welsh Fire. Benny Howell took 3-21 on Monday and the bowling all-rounder is our pick for Birmingham Phoenix’s top wicket taker in this match.
- Keeper-batter Joe Clarke hit 69 not out from 46 balls at the top of the order against Oval Invincibles and the right-hander is a strong choice for Welsh Fire’s highest run scorer against Birmingham Phoenix. Shaheen Shah Afridi is the leading wicket taker in the tournament and we expect the left-arm quick to be Welsh Fire’s top wicket taker.
- With a strike-rate of a wicket every 10 balls, we recommend backing Shaheen Shah Afridi to take over 1.5 wickets in this clash.
TV Channels: This game will be broadcast on Sky Sports.
Live Streaming: You can live-stream the match on Sky Go and FanCode.
Weather & Pitch Report:
The forecast is for a warm evening in Birmingham on Thursday evening with the temperature in the mid-20s throughout. Humidity will increase to a high level by the end of the match.
Due to the weather, we are yet to see a ball bowled at Edgbaston in the Men’s Hundred this year. We are expecting a pitch with a good pace and a par score of 155+.
Both teams will be comfortable chasing or setting a total. However, with the humidity levels expected to rise, we predict that the captains will choose to field first if they win the toss.
BPH vs WEF Team NEWS:
BPH Team News:
Jacob Bethell and Chris Benjamin were left out of the team from Birmingham Phoenix’s last game with captain Moeen Ali returning and England all-rounder Liam Livingstone back in the side. We expect Benjamin to come back into the side later in the tournament.
WEF Team News:
We have seen the same XI selected for Welsh Fire in all three of their matches so far in the The Hundred 2023. None of the players deserve to be dropped ahead of this game with all contributing in some way in one of the matches. No injuries have been reported.
Moeen Ali (c)
Jamie Smith (wk)
Joe Clarke (wk)
Tom Abell (c)
S Shah Afridi
R van der Merwe
The crowd at Edgbaston will be in for a good game on Thursday night under sunny skies! We are predicting a very close contest with plenty of attacking strokes at the top of the order from both teams. Overall, in spite of their strong bowling attack, we think Welsh Fire do not have enough with the bat in this fixture. We are backing Birmingham Phoenix to win.
BPH vs WEF Key Players:
The 30 year old hit two fours and one six in his innings at Old Trafford on Monday. The all-rounder will look to hit the ball over the stands at this venue.
The New Zealander bowls with good pace and will enjoy the surface at Edgbaston. He took 2-33 in the defeat against Manchester Originals.
The right-arm medium pacer should get some assistance from the overhead conditions on Thursday and dismissed Laurie Evans, Max Holden and Paul Walter in the last game.
The England hopeful had a poor start to the tournament with successive ducks but he showed his class in the last game with 10 boundaries in his unbeaten innings.
The 25 year old all-rounder is building a strong reputation in the short formats. He hit 25 runs and took 2-26 in the tie against Oval Invincibles.
Shaheen Shah Afridi
The Pakistan pace bowler is one of the most exciting new ball bowlers in world cricket. He is always very dangerous in the first over.
BPH vs WEF Team Forms:
BPH Team Form:
Birmingham Phoenix are yet to get a win in this year’s tournament and were well beaten by Manchester Originals in the last game.
WEF Team Form:
Welsh Fire beat Manchester Originals in their season opener but have not won either of their last two games.
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Birmingham Phoenix (BPH) Squad:
Will Smeed, Ben Duckett, Moeen Ali(c), Liam Livingstone, Jamie Smith(w), Dan Mousley, Shadab Khan, Benny Howell, Adam Milne, Tom Helm, Kane Richardson, Chris Benjamin, Jacob Bethell, Henry Brookes, Miles Hammond, Chris Woakes
Welsh Fire (WEF) Squad:
Joe Clarke(w), Luke Wells, Stephen Eskinazi, Tom Abell(c), Glenn Phillips, David Willey, Ben Green, Shaheen Afridi, Roelof van der Merwe, David Payne, Haris Rauf, Daniel Douthwaite, George Scrimshaw, Jake Ball, Chris Cooke, Jonny Bairstow