Nepal completed a thumping nine-wicket victory over Singapore today so it is clear that the home side will not come into this match with the best of form behind them. However, Zimbabwe had completed a pretty comfortable win over Nepal yesterday, as they chased down 133 runs in 18.1 overs and cruised to attain a positive momentum at the start of the tournament.
Singapore T20I Tri-Series 2019
Indian Association Ground,Singapore
September 29th, 2019
5:00 PM IST
39% of scattered thunderstorms with the temperature ranging around 29 degrees Celsius is expected during the course of the encounter tomorrow.
The track has so far been fairly decent with the bowlers acquiring some benefits due to the sluggish nature at times. However, the batsmen shouldn’t have to worry regarding too much either as there would not be any radical disruptions for them.
Predicted Playing XI:
Manpreet Singh and Rohan Rangarajan would form the core of the top order whilst Tim David, Anantha Krishna and the bowlers led by Navin Param will be vital later on.
Rohan Rangarajan, Surendran Chandramohan, Janak Prakash, Manpreet Singh(w), Selladore Vijayakumar, Tim David(c), Anantha Krishna, Aryaman Sunil, Vinoth Baskaran, Navin Param, Sidhant Singh
Sean Williams will be the big fish in this batting order followed by the likes of Regis Chakabva and Richmond Mutumbami. Tony Munyonga and Tendai Chatara will be integral from the team’s perspective as well.
Regis Chakabva, Timycen Maruma, Sean Williams(c), Brian Chari, Richmond Mutumbami(w), Ryan Burl, Tony Munyonga, Tinotenda Mutombodzi, Neville Madziva, Tendai Chatara, Wellington Masakadza
Richmond Mutubani, Sean Williams, Tendai Chatara and Manpreet Singh should walk into the playing the XI. Mutubani and Chatara look to be in good touch whereas Sean Williams might arguably be the best player among the 22 men who would walk onto the field tomorrow.
1: T David
2: S Williams
3: R Mutubani
Dream XI & Points Projection:
M Singh, Points: 40-42, Grade: A
R Mutubani, Points: 42-44, Grade: A
T David, Points: 62-64, Grade: A
R Chakabva, Points: 50-52, Grade: A
S Chandramohan, Points: 50-52, Grade: A
J Prakash, Points: 56-58, Grade: A
S Williams, Points: 62-64, Grade: A
R Rangarajan, Points: 38-40, Grade: B
N Madziva, Points: 44-46, Grade: A
T Chatara, Points: 48-50, Grade: A
W Masakadza, Points: 32-34, Grade: B
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