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Toss Winner - Bangla Tigers won the toss and chose to bowl first
Bangla Tigers beat Deccan Gladiators by 9 wickets
Bangla Tigers’ battle of nerves against the Deccan Gladiators
Deccan Gladiators to win
Tournament: Abu Dhabi T10 League 2021-22 | Format: T10 | Venue: Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, UAE | Toss: To BowlBet Now
We are into the 15th game of the Abu Dhabi T10 League, 2021-22 and we would have an interesting battle between the Bangla Tigers and the Deccan Gladiators. The Bangla Tigers come into this game after a massive win over The Chennai Braves which would add to their confidence. The Deccan Gladiators also had an easy win over the Northern Warriors in their last game.
The Bangla Tigers have won the last two games, but the side would face the heat here as the Deccan Gladiators are a power-packed side. They will have to be on their toes and play to the best of their abilities to win here. In this format, the fortunes can change fast and we expect to see a tight contest here.
After a poor start that saw them losing their first two games, Faf du Plessis’ side has got its campaign back on track with back-to-back wins. They come here with a commanding 9-wicket win against The Chennai Braves. Faf du Plessis would be aware of the strengths Gladiators have and shall look for a good show from his players in this game.
The new opening pair of Johnson Charles and Hazratullah Zazai set up a good opening stand in the last game and they would aim to do well here. Will Jacks is striking the ball well and makes the middle order strong with Faf du Plessis and Andre Fletcher. The side has good hitters to follow in Benny Howell, Isuru Udana, and James Faulkner.
Faulkner has bowled well in this tournament, and he would look to deliver early blows sharing the new ball with Luke Wood. Karim Janat is also bowling good lines, and this would add to the side’s confidence. They would look for better spells from Howell and Udana as the Gladiators have good depth in their batting.
Faf du Plessis (c), Hazratullah Zazai, Andre Fletcher, Will Jacks, Johnson Charles (wk), Benny Howell, Isuru Udana, James Faulkner, Luke Wood, Karim Janat, Vishnu Sukumaran
Benny Howell, Karim Janat, Faf du Plessis, Luke Wood, Johnson Charles, Mohammad Amir, Hazratullah Zazai, Vishnu Sukumaran, Will Jacks, Isuru Udana, James Faulkner
Wahab Riaz would go into this game full of confidence. They have won three out of the four games they have played so far and come into this game with a 6-wicket win against the Northern Warriors. Their bowling attack did well in the last game and the batting line-up has looked in good form. A win in this game would put the side in a comfortable position on the points table.
Tom Banton and Tom Kohler-Cadmore have looked in good form and the side would look forward to a good opening stand from them. Tom Moores would have to add quick runs in this game in the company of Andre Russell and Anwar Ali. David Weise, Odean Smith, and Wanindu Hasaranga are good hitters of the ball, and this makes this batting line-up very strong for the side.
Riaz has bowled brilliantly in the tournament so far and he would look to lead from the front and grab early wickets with Odean Smith. Hasaranga has made good use of the assistance from the wicket and the same would be expected from him in this game. With Sultan Ahmed and Tymal Mills in the attack, they would count their chances here.
Wahab Riaz (c), Tom Banton, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Tom Moores (wk), Andre Russell, David Wiese, Odean Smith, Wanindu Hasaranga, Tymal Mills, Sultan Ahmed, Anwar Ali
David Wiese, Najibullah Zadran, Tymal Mills, Sultan Ahmed, Tom Moores, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Tom Banton, Andre Russell, Wanidu Hasaranga, Wahab Riaz, Odean Smith
We would have clear skies over Abu Dhabi on November 25. We have seen a flat surface so far in the tournament. There isn’t much on this wicket for the bowlers as the ball has come onto the bat nicely. The side batting first would need at least 130 runs on the board to feel safe.
Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi has been a batsmen’s paradise. The flat surface along with a fast outfield allows batsmen to score runs easily on this surface. Fast bowlers have struggled in the past as there is little assistance for them. However, spinners have done well at this venue as they get to turn the ball sharply.
The last eight games played in the tournament have seen the sides chasing the score win in all the games. Big scores have been chased on this wicket successfully and setting a score here is challenging. The side winning the toss would have little hesitation in opting to bowl first.
It is expected to be a very interesting game given the form the two sides have shown in the last few games. The Bangla Tigers look good with the ball, and they would look for more consistency from their batsmen in this game as the Gladiators have a powerful bowling attack. Deccan Gladiators have more dept in the squad and this would make them favorites to win the game.
Deccan Gladiators to win
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