NOS vs MNR Dream11 Prediction, Probable Playing11, Pitch Report & Many More: The 26th match of ‘The Hundred Men’s Competition 2021’ is all set to take place at Headingley, Leeds. NOS will face MNR today i.e. on 12th August 2021 to cement its position on the tournament table. Both the teams have played plenty of matches together and spectators have cherished their gameplay.
However amid this amusement, none of the teams have ever qualified for The Hundred Men’s Competition finals. Talking about NOS and MNR’s current position in the tournament, MNR’s are on number 5 and Northern Superchargers are on number 6th.
The match is scheduled to be played at Headingley, Leeds on 12th August 2021. Viewers from India can watch this match at 11.30 PM IST. For more fantasy updates, feel free to tour our website gutshotmagazine.com.
As per reports, the pitch is quite average and may benefit the side batting first. As Headingley is an oval-shaped ground, chasing a target on this ground will be a tough task. The pitch does not encourage chasing, as earlier records are 3 defended and 1 chased.
Known as- Headingley Grounds
Ends- Kirkstall Lane End, Football Stand End
Location- Leeds, England
Time Zone- UTC +01:00
Home to- Yorkshire
As mentioned before, the ground is oval-shaped but benefits the team batting first. According to our cricketing experts, the average first inning score in Headingley, Leeds would be 150-160 runs.
As per the weather report, bad climate conditions may not affect this match as there is low humidity. 22-degree temperature is expected along with 10% chances of rain. However, rain may not interrupt the match.
Predicting a toss result is nothing but listening to your gut feeling. According to our expertise, MNR would win the toss and opt to bowl first.
Carlos Braithwaite is leading the side and there would be no change in the squad.
David Willey is leading the side, spectators may get an opportunity to see Tom Kohler-Cadmore and Faf Du Plessis back in the action.
Chris Lynn, Matty Potts, Matthew Fisher, Harry Brook, Callum Parkinson, Ben Stokes, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Adil Rashid, Adam Lyth, David Willey, Tom Kohler-Cadmore (wk), Brydon Carse, John Simpson (wk), Faf du Plessis (c), Jordan Thompson, and Ben Raine.
Philip Salt (wk), Joe Clarke, Colin Munro, Colin Ackermann, Sam Hain, Tom Lammonby, Carlos Brathwaite (c), Calvin Harrison, Tom Hartley, Lockie Ferguson, Steven Finn, Richard Gleeson, Fred Klaassen, Jamie Overton, and Matthew Parkinson.
Chris Lynn, Adam Lyth, Tom Kohler, David Willey (c), Dane Vilas, John Simpson (wk), Ben Raine, Du Plessis, Matty Potts, Adil Rashid, and Mujeeb ur Rahman.
Joe Clarke, Philip Salt (wk), Colin Munro, Colin Ackermann, Sam Hain, Tom Lammonby, Carlos Brathwaite (c), Calvin Harrison, Tom Hartley, Lockie Ferguson, and Steven Finn.
Captain- Adil Rasheed
Vice-Captain- Colin Munro
Batsmen- Colin Munro, Chris Lynn, Du Plessis
Bowlers- Mujib-ur-Rahman, Adil Rasheed, Lockie Ferguson, M Parkinson.
All-Rounders- David Willey, Colin Ackermann.
Wicket-keeper- Philip Salt, John Simpson (wk).
Northern Superchargers have produced more consistent batting displays than Manchester Originals so far in the tournament, Odds to Win the Match.
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