In today’s match, it is the Trent Rockets who are up against Welsh Fire for the 29th match of The Hundred. Looking at their performances, the Trent Rockets did lose their last game to Southern Brave but are still at the top of the points table with 10 points in seven games. In the game, the Rockets posted a target of 139 runs for Brave but were not able to defend it due to a lacklustre performance from the bowlers.
Welsh Fire on the other hand lost yet again to Northern Superchargers in the last game. This is also their seventh defeat in the tournament. They really are struggling at the moment and need one win to at least leave the competition with some pride.
Today, it will be almost a one-sided contest as the chances for Welsh Fire look pretty grim.
Venue: Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Match Format: T20I, Match 29, T20I tournament
Date: 29th August 2022
Time: 11:30 PM IST
Streaming Platform: Fan Code
When it comes to white-ball games, the surface at Trent Bridge is suitable for batters and bowlers. If we look at the average first innings score here, then it is around 147 runs. Also, teams batting second have won more matches at this venue in The Hundred which is 8.
Team News & Injury Updates for TRT vs WEF Dream11 Match:
As of now, there are no injuries in either franchise, so teams will be fully fit for today’s contest.
Complete Squad for TRT vs WEF Dream11 Match:
Lewis Gregory (c), Matthew Carter, Ian Cockbain, Sam Cook, Marchant de Lange, Luke Fletcher, Alex Hales, Rashid Khan, Tom Kohler-Cadmore (wk), Dawid Malan, Ben Mike, Tom Moores (wk), Steven Mullaney, Colin Munro, Samit Patel, Joe Root, Daniel Sams, Tabraiz Shamsi, Luke Wood
Josh Cobb (c), Noor Ahmad, Jake Ball, Tom Banton (wk), Jacob Bethell, Joe Clarke (wk), Matthew Critchley, Leus du Plooy, Ben Duckett, Sam Hain, Ryan Higgins, David Miller, David Payne, Ollie Pope, Dwaine Pretorius, George Scrimshaw, Adam Zampa
Probable Playing XI for TRT vs WEF Dream11 Match:
The Rockets will most likely make no changes in today’s match as they have a perfect winning combination. They will also like to maintain their position at the top of the points table as well.
Predicted Playing XI:
Alex Hales, Dawid Malan, Tom Kohler-Cadmore (wk), Samit Patel, Lewis Gregory (c), Colin Munro, Daniel Sams, Tom Moores, Luke Wood, Sam Cook, Tabraiz Shamsi
Not having won a single game in the tournament, it is definitely a hard time for Welsh Fire. They would now like to win today’s game to get some consolation points on the table.
Predicted Playing XI:
Joe Clarke (wk), Tom Banton, Ben Duckett, Matthew Critchley, David Miller, Leus du Plooy, Josh Cobb (c), Dwaine Pretorius, Ish Sodhi, David Payne, Jake Ball
Top Picks for TRT vs WEF Dream11 Match:
Malan is in pretty good form right now for the Rockets as he smashed 59 runs in the last match. He is enjoying his purple patch at the moment and is also the leading run-scorer with 300 runs in seven matches. Malan has a massive strike rate of 175.43.
Although he hasn’t been able to do any magic with the bat this season, Patel is red-hot with the ball in hand. He has taken eight wickets in seven matches so far.
Sams has a total of six wickets in six matches this season and has amassed 66 runs in just three matches, which also includes his 55 runs against Birmingham Phoenix.
Duckett is the only performer with the bat this season for Welsh Fire. In his seven matches, Duckett has scored 195 runs and has an average of 32.50 and a strike rate of 138.29.
Although Sodhi did not participate in the first five matches for Welsh Fire, he has been doing pretty well in the remaining matches for the team. He has four wickets to his name and has a very impressive economy of 4.95.
Miller has not been able to score big this season for Welsh Fire but he is certainly the best T20 player. He has been able to amass only 68 runs in his six matches so far. Tonight he must play a big knock for Welsh Fire.
Players to avoid for TRT vs WEF Dream11 Match:
The Kiwi player did play a good knock of 67 from 37 balls that ended his poor run of form but once again came into the limelight as he was able to score only 16 in the last game.
Banton is currently in a poor run of form as he is not been able to play consistently. He scored 44 against Birmingham Phoenix. So far, Banton has scored only 74 runs in five matches.
Our Playing XI for TRT vs WEF Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
TRT vs WEF:
Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Ben Duckett, Alex Hales, Dawid Malan (vc), Josh Cobb, Matthew Critchley, Samit Patel, Daniel Sams (c), Ish Sodhi, Jake Ball, Luke Wood
Trent Rockets are expected to win this match today as they are a better placed side.
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