June 30, 2022
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14th Match The Hundred Men’s 2021, Birmingham Phoenix vs Trent Rockets, NORS vs OVL Dream11 Prediction

14th Match The Hundred Men’s 2021, Birmingham Phoenix vs Trent Rockets, NORS vs OVL Dream11 Prediction, Sanjay Goyal +918923458125, +917088099834

TOSS WINNER – Birmingham Phoenix opt to bowl



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Match – Birmingham Phoenix vs Trent Rockets – 14th match

Venue – Edgbaston, Birmingham

Time – 07:00 PM IST, 01:30 PM GMT

Where to watch live – Fancode

Pitch Report

The venue in Birmingham has hosted only a solitary game in the Hundred where the chasing team came out trumps. The Spirit racked up 144 for six after which the Phoenix tracked down the target with three balls left. Another fairly high-scoring game seems to be in store.

Avg first innings score: 144 (1 match in the Hundred in Birmingham)

Record of chasing teams: Won – 1, Lost – 0, N/R – 0

Playing combinations

Birmingham Phoenix

Predicted XI

Miles Hammond, Finn Allen, Liam Livingstone, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Moeen Ali (c), Chris Benjamin, Chris Cooke (wk), Benny Howell, Adam Milne, Tom Helm, Imran Tahir

Bench– Tom Abell, Adam Hose, Patrick Brown, Dillon Pennington, Chris Woakes, Will Smeed

Trent Rockets

Predicted XI

D Arcy Short, Alex Hales, Dawid Malan, Tom Moores (wk), Lewis Gregory (c), Samit Patel, Rashid Khan, Luke Wood, Matthew Carter, Marchant de Lange, Timm van der Gugten

Bench- Luke Wright, Ben Cox, Steven Mullaney, Samuel Cook

Probable best batter of the match

D’Arcy Short— Trent Rockets

D’Arcy Short has looked in ominous touch in the ongoing edition of the Hundred. In three games, he has picked up 134 runs at an average of 134 and a strike rate of 135.35. The southpaw also has two half-centuries to his name with a top score of an unbeaten 69. If he gets his eyes in, the Phoenix bowlers could be in for a lot of trouble.

Probable best bowler of the match

Matthew Carter— Trent Rockets

Matthew Carter didn’t play the first game, but once he came into the eleven, he blended into the eleven with perfection. In the game against Northern Superchargers, he picked up two wickets and followed it up with a three-wicket haul against the Spirit. The off-spinner has picked five wickets at a decent economy rate of 0.85, the best among his teammates.  


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