Greater Helsinki & Bengal Tigers search for momentum
Greater Helsinki CC will win the match
The tenth round of FPL promises to provide a lot of exciting contests with qualification spots up for grabs. Greater Helsinki CC and Bengal Tigers CC are currently struggling at the bottom half of the points table and will need to win more matches to move up the ladder. Both teams come off into this contest after losing their last two matches and will need to win this match to end their losing streak. Bengal Tigers have chance to move into top 4 if they win this contest whereas Greater Helsinki will move ahead from the last spot.
Bengal Tigers were bowled out for just 79 runs against SKK Stadin with only 4 players touching two-digit mark. Tonmoy Saha, Muhammed Imrul, Nurul Huda, and Mehran Amin have played some cameos but are not consistent with the bat. All 4 players have runs tally in the range of 95 to 105 runs so far.
Bowlers Tonmoy Saha and Mohammed Assamudan tried to best to defend the paltry target with 2 wickets each but were not successful. Rony Sardar chipped in with an economical spell of 4-0-13-0. Nurul Huda and Belayat Khan are expected to step up their game in this contest with the ball.
Tonmoy Saha – Tonmoy Saha has 101 runs at a strike rate of 110 and 12 wickets at an economy of just 5.4 RPO. He is among the top3 most valuable players of the tournament.
Nurul Huda – Nurul Huda has 105 runs at strike rate of 115 and 6 scalps at an economy of 5.2 RPO. His all-round skills will be vital to his team`s chances of victory alongside other players.
Mohammed Imrul Abedin, Tushar Sarkar, Nurul Huda, Habib Al Arman, Mehran Amin, Tonmoy Saha, Belayet Khan, Rony Sarkar, Osman Ibrahim, Jabed Kaiser, Shahed Alam
Greater Helsinki CC ended up on losing side on a thrilling contest against FPC Pakistan by 1 wicket. Naveen Shahid (34 runs) and Sohail Amin (31 runs) scored vital runs with the bat after their team collapsed to 44/5 early in the match. They finished with 116 runs on board in their 20 overs.
Muhammed Ziaur Rehman bowled a unbelievable spell of 4-1-6-4 to stage a fight back in the chase. Sohail Amin, Ali Waris, and Naveen Shahid chipped in with a wicket each giving runs at less than 7 RPO in the match but fell short of victory by the barest of margins.
Naveen Shahid – Naveen Shahid is the most valuable player in the league with 170 runs and 14 wickets so far. He is the only player to feature in top-5 run scorers and wicket-takers at the same time.
M Ziaur Rehman – Ziaur Rehman is their leading run scorer with 183 runs at a strike rate of 103. He proved his worth with the ball with figures of 4/6 in the previous match.
Muhammed Ziaur Rehman, Ali Waris, Gulfam Nazir, Hamza Mukhtar, Naveen Shahid, Kashif Muhammed, Kamran Waheed, Adnan Ahmad, Rizwan Ali, Abdullah Attique, Peter Garhwal
|Hr||Temp||Rain||W. speed||W. direction||Clouds|
|00h||12||0 mm.||2.5 k/h||From: W||11%|
|03h||11||0 mm.||2.42 k/h||From: WSW||18%|
|06h||15||0.11 mm.||3.65 k/h||From: WNW||27%|
|09h||17||0.47 mm.||4.99 k/h||From: NW||69%|
|12h||17||0.51 mm.||5.52 k/h||From: WNW||49%|
|15h||18||0 mm.||6.46 k/h||From: WNW||53%|
|18h||15||0 mm.||4.23 k/h||From: W||37%|
|21h||12||0 mm.||5.04 k/h||From: W||51%|
Kerava weather is expected to have bright and sunny weather on the match day with just 20% chances of the rain and we expect no rain interruption in this match.
The pitch has slowed down considerably and we see average scores around 130-140 runs recently. We expect batsmen to score big in the upcoming matches as the qualification race is intense.
Batting first is the safe option here as the pitch will tough to bat under lights. Any score above 140 will be tough to chase.
Bengal Tigers CC has not won any match in their last 4 matches and was bowled out for less than 110 runs in both innings they played. Greater Helsinki CC despite being last in points table is putting up spirited performances in the last few matches. We expect Greater Helsinki CC to win this match and move ahead in the points table as the Bengal Tigers depend heavily only on few players in the team.
Greater Helsinki CC will win the match