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Brampton Wolves vs Toronto Nationals, GBL T20 2023, Today Match Prediction 23 July 2023

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CAA Centre, Brampton, Canada

146/9 in 19.5

7.36 Star

142/8 in 20.0

7.1
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Toss Winner - Toronto Nationals won the toss and choose to bat first

Brampton’s lethal bowling attack meets Toronto’s batting prowess

  • Jan Frylinck, Logan van Beek, and Chris Green led Wolves to a win in the opening game
  • Colin Munro and Shahid Afridi set up a competitive total for the Nationals in a 15-over game
  • The middle-order in both teams features big-hitting finishers

Brampton Wovles to win the match

Tournament:  Global T20 Canada 2023
Format: t20
Venue: CAA Centre, Brampton, Canada
Toss Prediction: To Bowl
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Name
SURG
VAK
MOT
BMW
TON
MSPS
M
Won
Lost
Tied
NR
PTs
NRR
7
4
1
0
2
10
1.669
7
4
2
0
1
9
0.6
7
4
2
0
1
9
0.312
7
3
2
0
2
8
0.36
7
2
4
0
1
5
-0.116
7
0
6
0
1
1
-2.756

Brampton Wolves will take on Toronto Nationals at the CAA Centre in Brampton, Ontario as both teams look for another win. Two of the three matches so far have been affected by rain. 

Some brilliant batting from Brampton’s opening batsman Aaron Johnson helped them stay ahead of the DLS par score and win by a huge margin. Toronto Nationals, on the other hand, set up a great total batting first in a game reduced to 15 overs each side.

Opener Colin Munro’s unbeaten 78 off 45 balls was the big impact performance for Toronto with the bat. Bowlers in both teams have shown great promise. 

Fazalhaq Farooqi and Gerhard Erasmus will be the key bowlers in Toronto’s bowling attack while Frylinck and Logan van Beek will be ones to watch out for in the Wolves’ lineup.

Both teams have a similar-looking setup with some experienced players in the middle order and all-rounders featuring from number 5 onward. It will be a close contest between the two sides.

Brampton Wolves Preview

Brampton Wolves will be pleased with the winning start to their campaign. However, they batted for only 9 overs which may not be the ideal thing even if they won the game.

The middle-order wasn’t exposed in the last game and this match will be crucial from that standpoint. Mark Chapman is a great addition to the team and will be a key player at number 3. 

However, it needs to be seen whether Colin de Grandhomme has still got what it takes to strike the long ball and makes a good fit for number 4. Chris Green, who usually plays much lower in the order for other franchises is likely to bat at number 5 in this side.

Batting all-rounder Hussain Talat is a better choice for the number 5 batsman. He can score quickly and hit some big ones giving the team some momentum as the innings approach the death overs. 

Opening batsman Aaron Johnson will be another key batsman to watch out for. Though he hasn’t got plenty of experience, he has a strike rate of 166 in T20Is.

The bowling attack looks solid with Tim Southee leading from the front. Logan van Beek and Jan Frylinck are crucial when it comes to delivering breakthroughs while Chris Green will come in play during the middle overs.

Brampton Wolves Predicted Playing XI:

Usman Khan (wk), Aaron Johnson, Mark Chapman, Colin de Grandhomme, Chris Green, Hussain Talat, Logan van Beek, Jan Frylinck, Tim Southee (c), Shahid Ahmadzai, Rizwan Cheema

Brampton Wolves Key Players From Previous Game Of Global T20 Canada 2023

Batsmen
R
B
4s
6s
SRs
Aaron Johnson
48
26
5
0
184.62
Mark Chapman
30
22
3
0
136.36
Usman Khan
12
6
1
0
200
Bowlers
O
M
R
W
Econ
Logan van Beek
4.0
0
12
4
3
Chris Green
4.0
0
17
2
4.25
Jan Frylinck
3.0
0
18
1
6

Brampton Wolves Actual Playing XI:

Mark Chapman, Jan Frylinck, Rizwan Cheema, Usman Khan, Shahid Ahmadzai, Hussain Talat, Colin de Grandhomme, Aaron Johnson, Logan van Beek, Tim Southee, Chris Green

Toronto Nationals Preview

Toronto Nationals defended 151 runs total in a 15-overs game against the mighty Vancouver Knights. It looked like the Knights would run away with the match at one point given the way their key batters were striking the ball. 

However, a very economical spell from Faqalhaq Farooqi when the opposition required 10 runs an over proved to be game-changing. The left-arm fast-medium bowler from Afghanistan picked 1 for 16 from his 3 overs.

The right-arm leg break bowler Gerard Erasmus from Namibia picked 2 crucial wickets of Fakhar Zaman and Vritiya Aravind pushing the Knights on the backfoot.

There is a lot of potential in this bowling attack and they will without a doubt pose a tough challenge to the Brampton Wolves. Skipper Hamza Tariq needs to step up his game as an opening batsman for the team.

He’s got the support of Colin Munro on the other end, who was brilliant in the last game. Shahid Afridi who played much lower down the order in other franchises was sent in at number 4 and scored a quickfire 23 off 12 balls.

Much like their opposition, Toronto Nationals also feature many all-rounders in their lineup. Following Afridi at 4, there’s JJ Smit, Gerard Erasmus, and Faheem Ashraf further down the order. 

Toronto Nationals Predicted Playing XI:

Hamza Tariq (c & wk), Nicholas Kirton, Colin Munro, Gerhard Erasmus, Faheem Ashraf, Shahid Afridi, Saad Bin Zafar, JJ Smit, Zaman Khan, Fazalhaq Farooqi, Sarmad Anwar

Toronto Nationals Key Players From Previous Game Of Global T20 Canada 2023

Batsmen
R
B
4s
6s
SRs
Colin Munro
78
45
6
0
173.33
Shahid Afridi
23
12
2
0
191.67
Nicholas Kirton
22
21
3
0
104.76
Bowlers
O
M
R
W
Econ
Gerhard Erasmus
3.0
0
26
2
8.67
Fazalhaq Farooqi
3.0
0
16
1
5.33
Zaman Khan
3.0
0
27
1
9

Toronto Nationals Actual Playing XI:

Saad Bin Zafar, Nicholas Kirton, Colin Munro, Gerhard Erasmus, Fazalhaq Farooqi, Zaman Khan, Hamza Tariq, Shahid Afridi, Jonathan Smit, Farhan Malik, Faheem Ashraf

HR
Temp
Rain
W. speed
W. direction
Clouds
00h
26
0 mm.
3.12 k/h
From: WNW
20%
03h
21
0 mm.
2.76 k/h
From: WNW
20%
06h
18
0 mm.
2.29 k/h
From: WNW
0%
09h
16
0 mm.
2.62 k/h
From: WNW
20%
12h
17
0 mm.
2.08 k/h
From: W
40%
15h
24
0 mm.
3.31 k/h
From: SW
0%
18h
26
0.14 mm.
4.54 k/h
From: WSW
40%
21h
22
0.13 mm.
3.38 k/h
From: WSW
75%

Weather Conditions

It looks like a balanced pitch here at the CAA. There have been some brilliant batting performances and at the same time, the bowlers have delivered exceptional spells too. The weather would be partly cloudy with a high of 25 degrees Celsius.

BMW vs TON Pitch Report

CAA Centre in Brampton, Ontario will hots its 5th match of the season as Wolves take on the Nationals in what is going to be a closely fought contest between two well matched teams. It is a bit tricky to assess what a winning total would be at this venue. However, we reckon, something over 185 should give the bowlers something to defend and fight with. 

Toss: To Bowl

A majority of games played at this venue have been won by teams chasing a total and it is a very clear choice for both teams. They’ve got deep batting lineups and though Toronto defended successfully in their last game, they’d be more comfortable chasing a total.

The two teams are similar in their composition and have some promising bowlers in their side who will be the key to success in this game. With only a few batters at the top and the rest of the lineup filled with all-rounders, it would be interesting to see what happens when none of the batters at the top fire. Chasing is still the right way to go on this ground and the team winning the toss would have a clear advantage. 

Brampton Wolves, with their overall squad strength, seem to have a slight edge over Toronto Nationals and will start as favorites in our match prediction.

Brampton Wovles to win the match

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