SOB vs MNR,18th Match- Prediction and Sessions- Dream 11

Series: The Hundred Men Competition 2022 

Match: SOB vs MNR,18th Match

Team: Southern Brave vs Manchester Originals

Venue: The Rose Bowl, Southampton 

Time: Aug 18, 2022, 11:30 pm

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The Rose Bowl, Southampton 


The Rose Bowl, known for sponsorship reasons as Ageas Bowl is a cricket ground and hotel complex in West End, Hampshire. It is the home of Hampshire County Cricket Club, who have played there since 2001.The plans called for the construction of two matching stands either side of the pavilion to increase the permanent capacity to 15,000 as well as a four-star, 175-room hotel overlooking the ground at the northern end.

Pitch & Condition 

So far, the competition has played two games on the field with contrasting results. The pitch was very helpful to the bowlers, with over 150 balls in total it was hard to keep up. The captain who wins the tie will try to hit the ball first and put pressure on the chasing side on the scoreboard.

Toss Prediction 

Only once has a team successfully defended a goal in this position. It’s been a low-scoring wicket in the past, with both sides struggling to get impressive scores on the board. The side that wins the throw can choose to throw first in that game without hesitation.

Point Table Analysis 

Southern Brave

Manchester Originals

Team Analysis 

Southern Brave

Southern Brave (SOB) meet Manchester Originals (MNR) in Game 18 of the 2022 Hundreds at the Rose Bowl in Southampton on Thursday. The Southern Warriors lost their last game to the Oval in seven losses, their third of the season. Southern Brave had 137 runs on the first bat, with Marcus Stoinis hitting a top 37 and Tim David hitting 22 from 17 balls. But Will Jacks went undefeated 100 times, leading his team to an easy victory with 18 remaining.

Manchester Originals

The Manchester Originals took their first win of the season in the final game after losing their first three games. They beat the Welsh Flames by 47 points, with Philip Salter hitting 38 on 22 balls and Joss Butler hitting just 29 on 17 balls. Veteran Australian pacer Sean Abbott also ended his poor form with four wickets while dropping just eight points for the Originals. Both teams have scored just two points in their first four games of the season.

Playing 11 

Southern Brave

James Vince (c), Quinton de Kock (wk), Alex Davies, Marcus Stoinis, Ross Whiteley, Tim David, James Fuller, George Garton, Rehan Ahmed, Jake Lintott, Michael Hogan

Manchester Originals

Jos Buttler (c), Philip Salt (wk), Andre Russell, Tristan Stubbs, Laurie Evans, Wayne Madsen, Paul Walter, Sean Abbott, Tom Hartley, Mitchell Stanley, Matthew Parkinson

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