July 3, 2022
2nd match Birmingham Phoenix vs London Spirit

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Match Details

Match – Birmingham Phoenix vs London Spirit – 2nd match

Venue – Edgbaston, Birmingham

Time – 11:00 PM IST, 05:30 PM GMT

Where to watch live – Fancode

Avg score: 178 (5 matches at the Edgbaston)

Record of chasing teams: Won – 0, Lost – 5, N/R – 0

Pitch Report

In the five T20Is played thus far at the Edgbaston, the team batting first has won every other time. Hence, chasing can be avoided on the surface at least for Friday’s match. Batting may get a little tough in the second half. Overall, a fairly high-scoring match can be expected. The playing conditions will be pleasant with no chances of rain during match time.

Playing combinations

Birmingham Phoenix

Predicted XI

Liam Livingstone, Finn Allen, Moeen Ali (c), Chris Cooke (wk), Benny Howell, Tom Abell, Chris Woakes, Tom Helm, Imran Tahir, Adam Milne, Dillon Pennington

Bench– Daniel Bell-Drummond, Chris Benjamin, Pat Brown, Miles Hammond, Dominic Sibley, Will Smeed

London Spirit

Predicted XI

Joe Denly, Josh Inglis (wk), Zak Crawley, Daniel Lawrence, Eoin Morgan (c), Mohammad Nabi, Ravi Bopara, Mohammad Amir, Mark Wood, Roelof van der Merwe, Mason Crane

Bench- Blake Cullen, Joe Denly, Jade Dernbach, Luice Reece, Adam Rossington, Chris Wood, Brad Wheal

The probable best batter of the match

Liam Livingstone— Birmingham Phoenix

Liam Livingstone played s stupendous hand in the T20I series against Pakistan. In the opening game, he scored a magnificent century, though the knock couldn’t lead his side to a victory. He followed it up with another quick-fire knock in the middle order. Overall, in 139 T20s in his career, Livingstone has racked up 3577 runs with two tons and 20 half-centuries.

Probable best bowler of the match

Mohammad Amir — London Spirit

Mohammad Amir is a seasoned campaigner, having played cricket all around the world. His numbers in the T20 format aren’t short of excellent. In 196 T20s, the left-arm fast bowler has churned out 221 wickets at an economy rate of 7.15. Amir is most likely to bowl in the powerplay and at the death when the batters will look to throw their bat at everything.

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