Trent Rockets vs Manchester Originals
The Hundred Match Prediction & Tips
Time: 03 Sep, 11:00 PM (IST)
Series: The Hundred Match
Venue: Lords Cricket Ground – London, England
TRT vs MNR Dream11 Prediction:
- Dawid Malan is the leading run scorer in the tournament with an average of 59.66. He is our tip for Trent Rockets’ highest run scorer at Lord’s. Samit Patel has taken 10 wickets across the competition and the left-arm spinner is well worth backing as Trent Rockets’ top wicket taker in this match.
- Captain Laurie Evans hit 72 runs from 34 balls in the Eliminator and he is a strong choice for Manchester Originals’ highest run scorer in this game. With the ball, Paul Walter took 3-29 against London Spirit on Friday and he is our pick for Manchester Originals’ top wicket taker against Trent Rockets.
- We recommend backing Dawid Malan to score over 30.5 runs in the final.
TRT vs MNR Live Streaming:
This match will be shown live on Sky Cricket.
Fans can stream the match on SkyGo and the FanCode App.
Weather & Pitch Report:
Cloudy with increasing humidity during this final. It should remain dry with the temperature dropping from 21 degrees to 18 degrees by the end of the match.
Although spinners have performed well in recent games, the top pace bowlers can also get assistance from the pitch in North London. Any target over 160 will be very hard to chase down.
Both of these teams have a preference for batting second and we predict that both captains will choose to field first and chase a target in this match.
Team Form in Last Five Matches:
W, L, W, W, L
✅ ❌ ✅✅❌
W, W, W, W, W
✅ ✅✅ ✅✅
TRT vs MNR TEAM NEWS:
TRT Team News:
Lewis Gregory’s side have been able to select a consistent side over recent games but there will be at least one change to the XI ahead of this match. Spinner Tabraiz Shamsi has chosen to go to the CPL instead of playing in this final and we expect Matthew Carter to take his place.
MNR Team News:
The Originals were unchanged for the Eliminator which saw Ireland’s Josh Little and England’s Richard Gleeson as the pace bowlers for the side. With six wins in a row in The Hundred, and the impressive margin of victory against London Spirit, it would be a surprise if there were any changes to the Originals team.
TRT vs MNR Pre-Toss LineUps:
Lewis Gregory (c)
Tom Moores (wk)
Phil Salt (wk)
Laurie Evans (c)
Small League Team: Pre-Toss
Manchester Originals are favourites to beat Trent Rockets at odds.
TRT Key Players:
the left-handed opener has formed an excellent partnership with Alex Hales at the top of the order. He has hit four half-centuries, including two from his last two innings.
the 27 year old left-arm pace bowler went wicketless for the first time in five games in the last match. He has taken nine wickets across the 2022 Men’s Hundred.
the bowling all-rounder is a vastly experienced short format player. He took 2-23 against Welsh Fire in the last group stage game at Trent Bridge.
MNR Key Players:
the right handed opener has taken over the captaincy with Jos Buttler out injured. He hit seven fours and three sixes in his best knock of the season on Friday.
the clean hitting England international scored 29 runs from 18 balls in the Eliminator. Only Dawid Malan has scored more runs than Salt in the tournament.
the Essex all-rounder has been very impressive with the ball in the competition. She has taken three three-wicket hauls.
TRT vs MNR Team Forms:
TRT Team Form:
Although Trent Rockets lost to Southern Brave in Match 25, they bounced back with a win over Welsh Fire and have won three of the last four.
MNR Team Form:
Manchester Originals have won each of their last six matches in the 2022 Men’s Hundred.
Grand League Team: Pre-Toss
Matthew Carter, Ian Cockbain, Sam Cook, Marchant de Lange, Luke Fletcher, Lewis Gregory (c), Alex Hales, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Dawid Malan, Tom Moores, Steven Mullaney, Colin Munro, Samit Patel, Rashid Khan, Joe Root, Luke Wood, Daniel Sams, Tabraiz Shamsi
Colin Ackermann, Laurie Evans (c), Calvin Harrison, Tom Hartley, Fred Klaassen, Tom Lammonby, Wayne Madsen, Jamie Overton, Matthew Parkinson, Andre Russell, Philip Salt, Daniel Worrall, Richard Gleeson, Mitchell Stanley, Ashton Turner, Paul Walter, Tristan Stubbs, Joshua Little.