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Namibia vs Ireland, ICC Mens T20 World Cup Warm-up Matches, 2022, Today Match Prediction 11 October 2022

Melbourne Cricket ground, Melbourne, Australia

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Namibia and Ireland warm-up before the league phase of the World Cup

  • Ireland lost to Namibia in the 2021 T20 World Cup group game fixture.
  • Ireland won just 7 of the 20 t20I matches played this year.
  • Namibia won the 2 T20I series they played this year (2-1 against Uganda & 3-2 vs Zimbabwe).

Ireland will win the match.

Tournament: ICC Mens T20 World Cup Warm-up Matches, 2022 | Format: T20 | Venue: Melbourne Cricket ground, Melbourne, Australia | Toss: To Bowl

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The T20 World Cup is almost near with the 8 teams participating in the league phase first playing their warm-up games before kicking off the World Cup matches. Namibia qualified to the 2022 World Cup directly based on their performance in the 2021 World Cup where they qualified for Super-12 stages in their maiden appearance itself. Ireland got the full member nation status recently and will be eager to prove their worth in this World Cup with impressive performances. They won the global qualifiers group A to qualify for the World cup.

Namibia Preview

Namibia will open with Stephan Baard and Divan la Cook in this year with the middle order bolstered by the presence of experienced players’ skipper Gerhard Erasmus, JL Eaton, and wicket-keeper Zane Green. Their biggest strength the hitting prowess of lower middle order with all-rounders Jan Frylinck, David Wiese, and JJ Smit in the playing XI.

They have a strong pace quartet with the Jan Frylinck, David Wiese, Ben Shikongo, and Rubel Trumpelmann who can rattle the opposition with their pace and consistency. Bernard Scholtz and Pikky Ya France will be their spin duo who can expected to bowl effectively in the middle overs.

Key players: David Wiese, Zane Green, Rubel Trumpelmann

Namibia Predicted Playing XI:

Gerhard Erasmus (c), JJ Smit, Divan la Cock, Stephan Baard, Nicol Loftie Eaton, Jan Frylinck, David Wiese, Ruben Trumpelmann, Zane Green, Bernard Scholtz, Tangeni Lungameni, Michael van Lingen, Ben Shikongo, Karl Birkenstock, Lohan Louwrens, Helao Ya France.

Ireland Preview

Ireland will led by Andrw Balbirnie and he is expected to open the batting alongside their stalwart Paul Stirling in this tournament. They have a quality middle order with the likes of Harry Tector, Lorcan tucker, and Gareth Delany followed by the all-rounders Simi Singh and Curtis Campher in the batting line-up.

They have a strong pace department with the likes of Mark Adair, Barry McCarthy, Curtis Camper, and Joshua Little in the playing XI. George Dockrell and Simi Singh are expected to slot in as the spin bowlers in the team and their ability to bat effectively will add depth and balance to the squad.  

Key Players: Paul Stirling, George Dockrell, Harry Tector

Ireland Predicted Playing XI:

Andrew Balbirnie (c), Mark Adair, Curtis Campher, Gareth Delany, George Dockrell, Stephen Doheny, Fionn Hand, Josh Little, Barry McCarthy, Conor Olphert, Simi Singh, Paul Stirling, Harry Tector, Lorcan Tucker, Graham Hume.

W. speed
W. direction
0.94 mm.
3.01 k/h
From: NNE
1.04 mm.
4.16 k/h
From: NE
0 mm.
3.61 k/h
From: ENE
0.15 mm.
2.61 k/h
From: ENE
0.44 mm.
1.99 k/h
From: E
0.26 mm.
2.23 k/h
From: ESE
0.37 mm.
2.87 k/h
From: E
0.26 mm.
3.73 k/h
From: ENE

Weather Conditions

Melbourne have a bright and sunny weather with no interruptions expected on the match day. Melbourne will have a true and bouncy pitch where the new ball might seam and swing around effectively.

Venue Details

MCG is one of the iconic venues in the cricketing circuit and the ground will have huge boundary dimensions which might be a big positive for spinners especially. We expect scores to be around 160-180 runs in this match.

Toss: To Bowl

Chasing has been recent trend in the limited overs cricket with nearly 80-90% winning ratio for teams batting second. No Target is safe nowadays with bigger bats and aggressive mindsets.

Ireland despite losing a lot of matches they have played against top nations such as India, New Zealand, South Africa, and Afghanistan (won the series 3-2) in the build up to the World Cup. And we expect some impressive performances from them and cause a few upsets in the tournament. Namibia was very impressive in their maiden appearance and beat Scotland, Netherlands, and Ireland who are better ranked than them in the first tournament itself. We expect Ireland to win this match owing to their experience and all-round strength.

Ireland will win the match.


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Author: Dhinesh Kumar