Match Preview for NWW vs MUR Dream11 Contest:
Match 3 of the Ireland Inter-Provincial ODD will be played between the North-West Warriors (NWW) and the Munster Reds (MUR) at the Eglinton Cricket Club, Eglinton on May 6th at 2:45 PM IST.
NWW lost their last game comprehensively by six wickets and will be keen to get back to winning ways. However, they will be better experienced than MUR, who haven’t played a game yet in the tournament.
NWW vs MUR Dream11 Prediction:
NWW will have a better idea about their strongest playing XI and also the conditions on offer. Thus, they will start as favourites against MUR.
Cloudy skies expected with the temperature expected to be around 9 degrees with light chances of rain. The humidity as expected in this part of the world will be as high as 56%. But there might also be a stiff breeze blowing at about 26 kmph.
The pitch here has been traditionally good for bowling while the ball is hard and new. Any score in the range of 200-220 will be highly competitive.
NWW Probable Playing XI:
Andy McBrine (c), Stephen Doheny (wk), Shane Getkate, Graham Hume, Graham Kennedy, William McClintock, Nathan McGuire, William Porterfield, Boyd Rankin, Stuart Thompson, Craig Young.
MUR Probable Playing XI:
Peter Moor(wk), Murray Commins (c), Greg Ford, Matt Ford, Seamus Lynch, Curtis Campher, Tyrone Kane, Fionn Hand, Gareth Delany, Amish Sidhu, Aaron Cawley.
NWW vs MUR Dream11 Team for Head to Head and Small League:
Peter Moor, Stephen Doheny, Murray Commins, William Porterfield, Graham Kennedy, Curtis Campher, Graham Hume, Stuart Thompson, Craig Young, Andy McBrine, Gareth Delany.
Captain: Curtis Campher
Curtis Campher is a wicket-taker with the ball. The youngster can also bat well in the middle order and will be a brilliant all-round option to select as captain.
Vice-captain: Graham Hume
Graham Hume had a brilliant opening game individually, where he scored 44 runs and also picked up a couple of wickets. He will be a great vice-captaincy pick.
NWW vs MUR Dream11 Team for Mega League:
Peter Moor, Stephen Doheny, Murray Commins, William Porterfield, Graham Kennedy, Curtis Campher, Graham Hume, Tyrone Kane, Craig Young, Andy McBrine, Gareth Delany.
Captain: William Porterfield
With more than 8000 runs in List A cricket, William Porterfield has been an absolute legend in Irish cricket. The former Irish skipper can be a good captaincy choice.
Vice-captain: Andy McBrine
Andy McBrine has a good game last time where he scored 38 runs and also picked up a wicket. He will be an exciting vice-captaincy pick.