WEF vs BPH Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing 11, Pitch Report, Team Info & Dream11 Team for The Hundred Match 2022

Welsh Fire vs Birmingham Phoenix The Hundred Match Prediction 

Match:  WEF vs BPH Match Prediction 
Time:  13 Aug, 10:30 PM (IST) 
Series:  The Hundred Match 
Venue:  Sophia Gardens – Cardiff, England 

WEF vs BPH Dream11 Prediction: 

  • Joe Clarke impressed at the top of the order with 37 runs from 29 balls against Oval Invincibles. He has the tough job of filling Jonny Bairstow’s shoes but we are backing Clarke to be Welsh Fire’s highest run scorer on Saturday evening. With the ball, Ryan Higgins took 2-31 on this ground on Sunday and we expect him to be Welsh Fire’s top wicket taker in this match.
  • Liam Livingstone is averaging 34.00 in the tournament but we think he will go big in this match and be Birmingham Phoenix’s highest run scorer. Kane Richardson took 3-19 against Southern Brave and he is our pick for Birmingham Phoenix’s top wicket taker against Welsh Fire.
  • Although there are big hitters on both sides, we think Birmingham Phoenix have the upper hand when it comes to sixes. We recommend backing them to hit the most sixes in the game.

WEF vs BPH Live Streaming: 

TV channels: This match will be shown live on Sky Cricket and BBC.

Live Streaming: Fans can stream the match on SkyGo, the BBC iPlayer and the FanCode App.

Weather & Pitch Report:  

⛅ Weather:

This game will begin with the temperature up at 32 degrees. Expect additional cloud cover as the game progresses with the temperature not falling below the high 20s.

Pitch Report:
This is never the easiest place to bat with the surface often assisting spin and pace bowlers. We expect a par score of no higher than 170.

Toss Prediction: 

Every captain apart from Eoin Morgan has chosen to field first ahead of each game this season. We predict that both sides will want to bowl first in this match.

WEF vs BPH Recent Form: 

L,   L,   W,   L,   L

❌❌ ✅ ❌ ❌    

W,   L,   L,  W,  W

✅ ❌ ❌ ✅✅ 

WEF vs BPH Team News: 

WEF Team News: 

South African big hitter David Miller finished his international commitments and got into the Welsh Fire XI against Oval Invincibles with Noor Ahmad dropping out. George Scrimshaw also came in at the expense of Sam Hain. Ben Duckett has been on England Lions duty this week but we still expect him to play in this match.

BPH Team News: 

Moeen Ali will have been delighted to see his side defeat Southern Brave after opening the campaign with the defeat to Trent Rockets. Matthew Wade and Henry Brooks came into the side in place of Graeme van Beuren and Dan Mousley for the win.

WEF vs BPH Pre-Toss LineUps: 


Winning Chances: 

Who will win today’s match: WEF vs BPH The Hundred Match Fantasy Team

As Ben Duckett showed for England Lions, there is plenty of batting talent in the Welsh Fire squad and at some point they will produce a very strong batting performance. However, we do not think they will be able to cope with the form of Birmingham Phoenix. We are predicting another defeat for Welsh Fire and a second win of the campaign for Birmingham Phoenix.

Final Verdict

Birmingham Phoenix are favorites to beat Welsh Fire

WEF Key Players: 

Joe Clarke: 
the right handed opener top scored for Welsh Fire against Oval Invincibles. He hit three fours and two sixes in his knock but was not well supported by his team-mates.

Ben Duckett: 

the left-handed top order batter starred for England Lions earlier this week with 145 against South Africa. His innings included 21 fours.

Ryan Higgins: 

the Gloucestershire all-rounder has recently announced that he will play for Middlesex next season. He relishes the big crowds and the sense of occasion in games in The Hundred.

BPH Key Players: 

Will Smeed: 

there will be plenty of pressure and eyes on the 20 year old after he became the first player to hit a century in the Hundred last week.

Liam Livingstone: 
the England white ball specialist was surprisingly sluggish with his strike-rate against Southern Brave. He managed to hit only one four and one six in the game.

Kane Richardson: 

the Australian pace bowler is a reliable performer across all formats. He dismissed James Vince, Chris Jordan and Tymal Mills in the last match.

WEF vs BPH Team Info: 

WEF Team Updates: 

  • Welsh Fire lost against Oval Invincibles by 39 runs in the last match and now are placed in the last position in the league table with no points.
  • Tom Banton and Joe Clarke will probably open the inning.
  • Ben Duckett will bat at the one-down position. He is the backbone of the batting team.
  • Ben Duckett is having topmost fantasy points in this series.
  • Ollie Pope and David Miller will handle the middle-order batting.
  • Joshua Cobb will lead the Welsh Fire as a Captain. He is also a good Alrounder
  • Tom Banton will do the Wicket Keeping for Welsh Fire.
  • Adam Zampa will take care of the spin bowling of the team.
  • David Payne and George Scrimshaw will lead the pace attack of his team.

BPH Team Updates: 

  • Birmingham Phoenix beat Southern Brave in the last match by 53 runs to register their first win of this season.
  • Will Smeed and Chris Benjamin will probably open the inning.
  • Moeen Ali will bat at the one-down position. He is the backbone of the batting team.
  • Liam Livingstone and Matthew Wade will handle the middle-order batting.
  • Moeen Ali will lead the Birmingham Phoenix as a Captain. He is also a good Alrounder
  • Matthew Wade will do the Wicket Keeping for Birmingham Phoenix.
  • Moeen Ali and Imran Tahir will take care of the spin bowling of his team.
  • Henry Brookes and Kane Richardson will lead the pace attack of his team.
  • Henry Brookes is having topmost fantasy points in this series.

Grand League Team: Pre-Toss

WEF vs BPH Dream11 Team
WEF vs BPH Dream11 Team
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Welsh Fire: 
Joe Clarke(w), Tom Banton, Ben Duckett, David Miller, Josh Cobb(c), Ryan Higgins, Adam Zampa, David Payne, Jake Ball, George Scrimshaw, Matt Milnes, Noor Ahmad, Jacob Bethell, Leus du Plooy, Matthew Critchley, Dwaine Pretorius, Sam Hain

Birmingham Phoenix: 

Will Smeed, Chris Benjamin(w), Moeen Ali(c), Liam Livingstone, Matthew Wade, Miles Hammond, Benny Howell, Tom Helm, Henry Brookes, Kane Richardson, Imran Tahir, Chris Woakes, Adam Milne, Olly Stone, Jack Leach, Matthew Fisher, Graeme van Buuren, Tom Abell, Dan Mousley.

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