Series: The Hundred Men Competition 2022
Match: LNS vs WEF, 24th Match
Team: London Spirit vs Welsh Fire
Venue: Lords Cricket Ground – London, England
Time: Aug 24, 2022, 11:00 pm
Live: Fan code
LONDON SPIRIT TO WIN THE MATCH
Lords Cricket Ground – London, England
Lord’s Cricket Ground, commonly known as Lord’s, is a cricket venue in St John’s Wood, London.The present Lord’s ground is about 250 yards (230 m) north-west of the site of the Middle Ground. The ground can hold 30,000 spectators. Proposals are being developed to increase capacity and amenity.As of December 2013, it was proposed to redevelop the ground at a cost of around £200 million over a 14-year period.
Pitch & Condition
Lord’s Cricket Ground has created good batting conditions in this year’s T20 cricket with an average first innings record of 165. That number was 150 in the five-race men’s 100. All five games are won by the first team.
The weather in London on Wednesday is expected to be warm in the afternoon and partly cloudy in the evening. But there is no risk of rain, and the probability of precipitation is about 7%. The temperature is about 20°C.
The team that wins the throw will want to hit the ball first. Of all the venues, Lord’s is the only venue where the team batting first has a statistical advantage.
Point Table Analysis
The Spirit of London, on the other hand, is having a fantastic season. They are second with 4 wins in 5 games. They won the first 4 games before losing the last game to Trent Rockets by 6 wickets. Eoin Morgan manages his troops well. It’s a team effort with players like Jordan Thompson, Nathan Ellis, Ian Morgan, Nathan Ellis, and everyone else who contributes to every game. London’s goal is to win again in this game.
The Welsh Fire have yet to win a game after five games this season, which shows just how bad they have been as a team this season. They finished second to last in their inaugural season and are bottom of the league this season. Their batsmen were fiasco and their bowlers were a bit inconsistent. They lost to the Southern Warriors by 9 wickets in their final.
Daniel Bell-Drummond, Adam Rossington (wk), Ben McDermott, Dan Lawrence, Eoin Morgan (c), Kieron Pollard, Jordan Thompson, Liam Dawson, Nathan Ellis, Chris Wood, Mason Crane
Joe Clarke (wk), Jacob Bethell, Ben Duckett, David Miller, Leus du Plooy, Josh Cobb (c), Dwaine Pretorius, Matthew Critchley, David Payne, George Scrimshaw Jake Ball
Dream 11 Prediction
Dwaine Pretorius (VC)
Jordan Thompson (C)