The Hundred Match Prediction
Match: NOS vs WEF Fantasy Team Prediction
Time: 22 Aug, 11:00 PM (IST)
Series:: The Hundred Mens Match-30
Venue: Headingley Stadium – Leeds, England
L, L, L, L, W
W, L, L, W, T
NOS vs WEF Info:
- Matthew Short has hit nine scores of 50+ in T20 cricket across his career and the Australian is our tip for Northern Superchargers’ highest run scorer in this match. With the ball, Adil Rashid took 4-18 on Sunday and the spinner is a strong choice for Northern Superchargers’ top wicket taker against Welsh Fire.
- Jonny Bairstow hit 40 runs at the top of the order in the last game and the international is our pick for Welsh Fire’s highest run scorer in this clash. David Payne has 7 wickets in the tournament and we expect the left-arm pace bowler to be Welsh Fire’s top wicket taker against Northern Superchargers.
- Adil Rashid has been very consistent across the tournament and we recommend backing him to take over 1.5 wickets in this match.
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:
Although there could be rain earlier on in the day, by the time this match begins we expect clear conditions. It will be humid with the temperature in the high teens.
Throughout this summer, we have seen strong batting conditions in Leeds. However, due to recent wet weather, there could well be some more assistance for the quick bowlers in this match.
The last two completed matches at Headingley have been won by the team batting first. We predict that both skippers will choose to bat first ahead of this match.
NOS Team News:
Matthew Potts and Saif Zaib were both left out of Northern Superchargers’ XI for the local derby against Manchester Originals with Brydon Carse and Callum Parkinson coming back into the team. We expect Parkinson to play alongside Adil Rashid in this match.
WEF Team News:
With Pakistan now in full preparation mode for the 2023 Asia Cup, Welsh Fire were forced to replace Haris Rauf and Shaheen Shah Afridi ahead of their previous game. Jake Ball was left out also but is expected to come back in for this match.
Tom Banton (wk)
Wayne Parnell (c)
Joe Clarke (wk)
Tom Abell (c)
Ahead of this game, we will know whether or not both sides still have the opportunity to finish in the top three positions. However, neither side has performed to their potential so far in the tournament but we believe that the Superchargers have greater strength in their batting. We are backing Northern Superchargers to win.
NOS vs WEF Key Players:
The 27 year old right-handed Australian has a top score of 37 at Headingley this season but has already scored 73 in this competition away from Leeds.
The tall left-arm England international bowler is the leading wicket taker in the tournament. He dismissed Max Holded at Old Trafford in the last game.
The experienced leg-spinner showed his class with the wickets of Phil Salt, Jos Buttler, Paul Walter and Jamie Overton on Sunday.
The England international played a controlled innings against London Spirit on Sunday which helped his side to victory.
The 32 year old New Zealand pace bowler came in for his first appearance of the season in the Men’s Hundred and took 2-25.
The left-arm pace bowling international dismissed Daryl Mitchell and Nathan Ellis in the last match and bowled 12 dot ball.
NOS vs WEF Team Forms:
NOS Team Form:
Northern Superchargers come into this game hoping to avoid their fifth successive defeat in The Hundred 2023.
WEF Team Form:
Welsh Fire won their last match on Sunday but lost their two successive games before.
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Northern Superchargers (NOS) Squad:
Adam Lyth, Matthew Short, Tom Banton (wk), Harry Brook, Adam Hose, David Wiese, Brydon Carse, Wayne Parnell (c), Adil Rashid, Callum Parkinson, Reece Topley, Saif Zaib, Matthew Potts, Ben Stokes, Ollie Robinson, Bas de Leede
Welsh Fire (WEF) Squad:
Stephen Eskinazi, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Clarke (wk), Luke Wells, Tom Abell (c), Glenn Phillips, David Willey, Roelof van der Merwe, Lockie Ferguson, Matt Henry, David Payne, Jake Ball, Chris Cooke, Ben Green, George Scrimshaw, Daniel Douthwaite