Match Preview for WEF vs MNR Dream11 Contest:
The 12th game of the Men’s Hundred 2021 will be played between the Welsh Fire and Southern Brave at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff on July 31st at 7:30 PM IST.
Welsh Fire have been in brilliant form having won both their games. They will be missing the services of Jonny Bairstow who has been simply sensational. James Neesham is also a handy all-rounder and dished out a good performance with the ball in the last game.
Manchester Originals have won and lost one apiece and will be hoping for more consistency. Matt Parkinson had blown the opposition away in his last outing and will certainly be a threat. Philip Salt will need to fire at the top of the order in the absence of Jos Buttler.
WEF vs MNR Dream11 Prediction:
Welsh Fire will back themselves to make it three wins in a row.
The pitch here has been great for batting and the ball will come onto the bat nicely. A total in 150-160 range will be highly competitive.
Probable Playing XI:
Leus du Plooy, Tom Banton, Ian Cockbain, Ben Duckett, Glenn Phillips, James Neesham, Matt Critchley, Liam Plunkett, Qais Ahmed, Jake Ball, David Payne.
Philip Salt, Joe Clarke, Colin Munro, Sam Hain, Tom Lammonby, Carlos Brathwaite, Calvin Harrison, Tom Hartley, Fred Klaassen, Steven Finn, Matt Parkinson.
Top Picks for WEF vs MNR Dream11 Contest
Matt Parkinson was sensational in the last game, picking four wickets.
Duckett scored a fine half-century in the last game and is looking in good knick.
Klaaseen has looked really impressive with the ball having picked up four wickets from two innings.
WEF vs MNR Dream11 Team for Head to Head and Small League:
Captain: Tom Banton
Tom Banton played a brilliant cameo of 34 in the last game. He will be the man to watch out for in the absence of Bairstow and will also be our vice-captain in the Mega League.
Vice-captain: Glenn Phillips
With 421 runs in the first nine innings, Glenn Phillips was in tremendous form in the Vitality T20 blast. He will look to replicate the same in The Hundred.
WEF vs MNR Dream11 Team for Mega League:
Captain: James Neesham
James Neesham is proving to be quite a handy all-rounder. He has scored 30 runs and also has picked up three wickets so far.
Vice-captain: Tom Banton