SOB vs WEF | The Hundred Match | 11-08-2021 23:00|1|0| Preview Added | ℹ️ Match Finished

                                                  

 SOB vs WEF Tips, Stats & Team for Today Match Prediction 

 Match:  SOB vs WEF The Hundred Match Prediction  
 Time:    11 August, 11:00 PM (IST)  

 Series:: The Hundred Match 
 Venue:  The Rose Bowl – Southampton, England. 


 Info: 

  • Southern Brave overcame Northern Superchargers by 5 wickets on Saturday with South Africa’s Quinton de Kock top scoring with an unbeaten 72 from 45 balls. He is our pick for Southern Brave’s top run scorer in this match. With the ball, Danny Briggs took 2-28 on Saturday and we fancy him again as Southern Brave’s leading wicket taker against Welsh Fire.
  • Welsh Fire were bowled out for 91 from only 74 balls against Birmingham Phoenix on Monday evening. Captain Ben Duckett made 16 from 10 balls but is a good bet for Welsh Fire’s highest run scorer in this game. David Payne went for 38 runs but took 3 wickets in the defeat on Monday. He has 4 wickets in his last two games and is a strong choice for Welsh Fire’s top wicket taker in this clash.
  • We expect the two left-handed top order batters in Quinton de Kock and Ben Duckett to go head to head for the player of the match award. We are backing the South African keeper-batsman to take the award.
 Live Streaming
Live Streaming: The match can be watched live on BBC2 in the UK. In Australia, the game will be telecast on Kayo Sports. Willow TV will show the match in the USA with SuperSport showing the clash in South Africa.

 Weather & Pitch Report
⛅ Weather:
Partly cloudy with a high of 19 degrees during the game in Southampton.
🏟️ Pitch:
The pitch has produced wickets for spin bowlers and has offered good value for batters once they have got in. We expect a par total of around 140-145.

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 SOB Predicted11 

Paul Stirling
Quinton de Kock (wk)
James Vince (c)
Alex Davies
Colin de Grandhomme
Ross Whiteley
George Garton
Chris Jordan
Danny Briggs
Tymal Mills
Jake Lintott
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 WEF Predicted11 

Tom Banton (wk)
Ian Cockbain
Ben Duckett (c)
Glenn Phillips
Leus du Plooy
Jimmy Neesham
Graeme White
Luke Fletcher
Qais Ahmad
Matthew Milnes
David Payne
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 ℹ️ Match Finished 

 C & VC Options for SL: 

Paul Stirling
Ben Duckett
Quinton de Kock
Chris Jordan
Glenn Phillips
James Vince

 Winning Chances: 

Who will win today match: SOB vs WEF The Hundred Fantasy Team
Southern Brave continue to go from strength to strength and the emergence of Quinton de Kock with a big score is a huge positive for the franchise. Welsh Fire, on the other hand, currently look unable to get even close to a win let alone over the line. We are backing Southern Brave to get another victory in this match.

 SOB Key Players: 

 Quinton de Kock
South Africa’s keeper-batsman missed the opening games of the tournament while on international duty in Ireland. His innings in the last match showed he is enjoying the competition.

 James Vince
He has enjoyed a strong season for Hampshire, England and Southern Brave. He will be hoping that he can get an England recall at the end of The Men’s Hundred.

 Chris Jordan
The most experienced man in a well balanced Southern Brave bowling attack. He took 1-19 including the key wicket of Chris Lynn against Northern Superchargers last time out.

 WEF Key Players: 

 Ben Duckett
The captain sits at the top of the run scorers list in the Men’s Hundred. Irrespective of what else is happening in the batting, Duckett continues to deliver a score.

 Glenn Phillips
The New Zealand big hitting batsman has just been confirmed in the World T20 squad for his country. His team needs some more sixes from Phillips in this match.

 David Payne
The Gloucestershire bowler provides much needed variety with a left-arm angle of attack. He took 3 wickets in the defeat to Birmingham Phoenix on Monday evening.

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 Team Forms: 

 SOB Team Form: 
  • After a sticky start to the tournament, Southern Brave are now the form team without a defeat from their last four matches.
 WEF Team Form: 
  • The Cardiff based team look a shadow of the side from earlier in the campaign. They have struggled with injuries and the loss of Jonny Bairstow to England has been the toughest for them to replace.

 SQUAD: 
 Southern Brave: 

Quinton de Kock(w), Paul Stirling, James Vince(c), Alex Davies, Ross Whiteley, Colin de Grandhomme, Chris Jordan, George Garton, Danny Briggs, Tymal Mills, Jake Lintott, Max Waller, Liam Dawson, Delray Rawlins

 Welsh Fire: 

Tom Banton(w), Ian Cockbain, Ben Duckett(c), Glenn Phillips, James Neesham, Graeme White, Qais Ahmad, Luke Fletcher, Matt Milnes, David Payne, Leus du Plooy, Joshua Cobb, Jake Ball, David Lloyd, Ryan Higgins, Matthew Critchley

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 Players Form: 

 ‍ Birmingham Phoenix @Edgbaston Birmingham 

Wicket Keeper:

Chris Cooke –
DNB, 5dwn, 6dwn, 4dwn, 4dwn, 2dwn, 
DNB, 11(12), 17(9), 0(1)*, 1(3), 11(11), 15(18),
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 5, Innings – 5, Runs – 42, Avg – 8

Chris Benjamin –
3dwn, 4dwn, DNB, 4dwn, 4dwn, 4dwn,
37(16)*, 9(4), DNB, 9(11), 24(15)*, 60(34)*
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 4, Runs – 130
LA
Open, 3dwn, 1dwn, 3dwn
50(57), 8(13), 67(45), 11(9)*
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 2, Innings – 2, Runs – 84,

BATSMAN :
Daniel Bell-Drummond –
Open, 2dwn, 3dwn, Open, Open, Open,
9(10), 12(15), 11(11), 53(37)*, 28(20), 0(1),
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 1, Innings – 1, Runs – 11, Avg – 11

Miles Hammond –
DNB, 3dwn, 3dwn, Open, Open, Open,
DNB, 4(5), 44(29), 13(10), 5(5), 8(9), 25(15),
BAT – Match – 51, Innings – 47, Runs – 1067, Avg – 22
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 4, Runs – 51, Avg – 13

Dom Sibley –
Open, Open, Open, Open
4(5), 0(1), 0(1), 37(29)
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 13, Innings – 11, Runs – 246, Avg – 25

Tom Abell –
2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn
68(33), 69(44), 4(6), 3(4)
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 2, Innings – 2, Runs – 69, Avg – 32

Adam Hose –
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open
37(28), 9(9), 0(2), 4(3), 46(31)*
BAT – Match – 64, Innings – 63, Runs – 1634, Avg – 29
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 27, Innings – 27, Runs – 765, Avg – 32

Finn Allen –
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, 
23(9), 43(23), 14(16), 1(2), 11(8), 22(8),
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 3, Innings – 3, Runs – 77, Avg – 26

Will Smeed –
Open, Open, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn,
45(28), 36(13), 39(35), 7(10), 15(9), 33(23),
BAT – Match – 2, Innings – 2, Runs – 81, Avg – 40
ALL-ROUNDER :
Moeen Ali – Right Arm Off-break
2dwn, 1dwn, 2dwn, 3dwn, 2dwn, 3dwn,
49(26), 26(17), 0(3), 15(18), 40(30), 1(3),
0/11(5), 1/29(20), 1/39(20), 1/15(20), 0/11(20), 
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 15, Innings – 15, Runs – 519, Avg – 40
BOWL – Over – 44, Wkt – 15, Sr – 18

Liam Livingstone – Legbreak
1dwn, 2dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 5dwn,
7(5), 23(12)*, 68(44), 12(10), 19(15), 6(2),
DNB, DNB, 0/10(5), 1/20(15), 0/17(10),  
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 11, Innings – 10, Runs – 140, Avg – 20
BOWL – Over – 9, Wkt – 3, Sr – 17

Benny Howell – Right Arm Medium Fast
4dwn, DNB, DNB, 6dwn,
7(10)*, DNB, DNB, 0(2), 17(9),
1/28(20), 1/23(20), 0/17(15), 1/16(15),
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 4, Runs – 61, Avg – 31
BOWL – Over – 14, Wkt – 5, Sr – 16
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BOWLER : 
Chris Woakes– Right Arm Fast Medium
1/9(4), 0/14(3), 0/22(3), 2/38(4)
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 38, Innings – 22, Runs – 273, Avg – 30
BOWL – Over – 118, Wkt – 37, Sr – 20

Imran Tahir – Legbreak Googly
0/29(20), 0/21(15) 1/27(20), 1/31(20), 0/35(20), 
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 53, Wkt – 10, Sr – 28

Pat Brown – Right Arm Fast Medium
2/34(20), 0/30(15), 2/64(4), 1/36(4), 0/41(4),
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 39, Wkt – 13, Sr – 18

Tom Helm – Right Arm Medium
0/27(15), 1/26(10), 1/40(17), 2/37(20), 0/44(4),
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 8, Wkt – 3, Sr – 10

Adam Milne – Right Arm Fast
0/36(20), 2/13(20), 3/15(20), 0/5(5), 2/18(20), 
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 11, Wkt – 4, Sr – 10

Dillon Pennington – Right Arm Fast Medium
2/29(3+1M), 2/11(2), 0/22(2), 0/25(2), 2/42(4)
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 10, Wkt – 5, Sr – 12

 ‍Welsh Fire @Edgbaston Birmingham 

Wicket Keeper :
Jonny Bairstow-
Open, Open, 2dwn, 4dwn, 1dwn
72(39), 56(36), 5(8), 13(7), 11(7)
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 5, Innings – 4, Runs – 27, Avg – 9

Tom Banton-
Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open,
5(6), 2(4), 15(10), 34(23), 4(7), 19(10),
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 3, Innings – 3, Runs – 113, Avg – 38
BAT – Match – 33, Innings – 29, Runs – 357, Avg – 18
Batsman :
Glenn Phillips-
2dan, 2dwn, 2dwn, 3dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn,
50(36), 8(11), 12(17), 3(2)*, 23(14), 29(19),
DNB, DNB, 0/11(5), DNB, DNB, 0/23(2), 1/3(1)

Iain Cockbain –
Open, 4dwn, 4dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn,
16(23), 1(1)*, 12(7)*, 72(46), 10(12), 34(30),
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 3, Innings – 3, Runs – 109, Avg – 55

Ben Duckett–
1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn,
12(13), 65(52), 32(21), 53(34), 41(27), 74(41)*,
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 15, Innings – 14, Runs – 336, Avg – 33

David Lloyd-
Open, Open, Open, Open
52(33), 11(11), 51(29), 21(15)
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 1, Innings – 1, Runs – 21, Avg – 21

Ollie Pope-
3dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn
15(9), 23(16), 60(45), 18(14), 52(35)

Leus du Plooy – Left Arm Orthodox
3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn,
30(22), 17(12), 43(22), 47(35), 2(3), 1(6),
DNB, DNB, DNB, 0/18(1), DNB, DNB, DNB,
BAT – Match – 61, Innings – 55, Runs – 1312, Avg – 33
BOWL – Over – 29, Wkt – 13, Sr – 13
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 3, Innings – 3, Runs – 136, Avg – 45
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ALL-ROUNDER :
Josh Cobb – Right Arm offbreak
Open, Open, DNB, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn,
12(7), 2(7), DNB, 35(18), 20(17), 11(15),
DNB, DNB, DNB, 0/11(2), 0/8(1), DNB, 2/19(2)
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 17, Innings – 17, Runs – 452, Avg – 30
BOWL – Over – 29, Wkt – 9, Sr – 19

Matt Critchley– Legbreak
5dwn, 4dwn, DNB, DNB, 3dwn, 3dwn,
3(12), 30(17)*, DNB, DNB, 33(22)*, 20(21),
0/15(10), 1/36(20), 1/38(20), 1/29(20), 1/27(4), 
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 4, Innings – 4, Runs – 32, Avg – 8
BOWL – Over – 12, Wkt – 0

Jimmy Neesham –
4dwn, 4dwn, 5dwn, 2dwn, 3dwn, 2dwn,
4(4), 0(1), 6(5), 0(1), 30(11)*, 2(5), 20(19),
0/17(5), 2/23(20), 1/31(15), 3/5(15), 0/15(5),
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 3, Innings – 3, Runs – 126, Avg – 63
BOWL – Over – 3, Wkt – 0

Ryan Higgins-
6dwn, 6dwn, 5dwn, 5dwn, 5dwn, 5dwn
3(3)*, 1(1)*, 1(3), 12(11), 44(25), 15(10)*
0/7(5), 1/9(10), 1/45(3), 1/34(3), 1/26(4), 0/8(1)
On this Ground
BAT – Match – 2, Innings – 2, Runs – 35, Avg – 35
BOWL – Over – 4, Wkt – 1, Sr – 24
BOWLER : 
Qais Ahmad- Legbreak
2/23(20), 1/12(10), 0/22(20), 0/34(20), 

David Payne- Left Arm Fast Medium
1/25(15), 0/39(18), 0/25(20), 2/30(20), 
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 8, Wkt – 4, Sr – 12

Matt Milnes – Right Arm Fast
1/31(20), 1/28(20), 2/13(4), 4/38(4), 0/35(3)

Graeme White – Left Arm Orthodox
0/28(20), 1/39(4), 0/31(3), 4/26(4), 2/24(4),
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 44, Wkt – 11, Sr – 24

Luke Fletcher – Right Arm Medium
0/14(10), 0/29(2), 0/6(1), 3/31(4),
On this Ground
BOWL – Over – 14, Wkt – 6, Sr – 14

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 ℹ️ Match Finished 

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