The 2nd match of the European Cricket Series T10 in Rome is set to be played between the Kings XI Cricket Club and the Jinnah Brescia Cricket Club at the Roma Capannelle Cricket Ground.
The match is scheduled to start at 11:00 PM Local Time (02:30 PM IST) and can be streamed live on FanCode.
Kings XI Cricket Club will play the Jinnah Brescia Cricket Club in the second game of the ECS T10 in Rome. A new tournament surely brings a sense of excitement amongst the fans. The players will be eager to get out there and display their skill in this match. But at the same time, there are quite a lot of unknowns that come along with the start of a new tournament. It will be important for the players to analyse the conditions and the pitch without wasting much time and they need to be at their best right from the start.
There is a great chance of precipitation on Monday in Rome. Hence, there is every chance that rain would interrupt the proceedings in this game.
The pitch, considering the weather conditions, is expected to offer a good deal of support to the pace bowlers at least with the new ball.
Average first innings score: N/A
Record of chasing teams: N/A
Injury and Availability News:
(Will be added when there is an update)
Probable Playing XIs:
Kings XI Cricket Club:
Sarbjit Singh, Jagjit Singh, Simranjit Singh, Jaipal Singh, Jagmeet Singh, Atiq Tabraiz, Abdul Kashif, Noman Ali, Amarjit Singh, Jaspal Ram, Ali Salman
Bench: Vikas Kumar, Harmanjeet, Kamaljit Singh, Amarjit Singh, Jaswinder Singh
Jinnah Brescia Cricket Club:
Ahmad Nisar, Ahmad Hassan, Anwar Attieq, Nawaz Sharukh, Muhammad Imran, Muhammad Jafri, Muhammad Iqbal, Ahmed Rukhsar, Malik Mushtaq, Hussain Abubakar, Ghulam Farid
Bench: Ahmed Butt, Muhammad Shouab, Muhammad Rizwan, Muhammad Sajjad
Muhammad Jafri was one of the top-performing all-rounders last year and is one of the top picks for this game. Muhammad Imran is another impressive cricketer and you should have him in your team.
Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:
Captain options – Muhammad Jafri, Simranjit Singh
Vice-Captain options – Muhammad Imran, Jaipal Singh
Suggested Playing XI No.1 for Fantasy Cricket:
Keeper – Ahmed Nisar
Batters – Simranjit Singh, Jaipal Singh, Nawaz Sharukh, Ali Salman
All-Rounders – Muhammad Imran (VC), Muhammad Jafri (C), Jagmeet Singh
Bowlers – Ahmed Rukhsar, Atiq Tabraiz, Malik Mushtaq
12th Man – Jagjit Singh
Suggested Playing XI No.2 for Fantasy Cricket:
Keeper – Ahmed Nisar
Batters – Simranjit Singh (C), Jaipal Singh (VC), Nawaz Sharukh
All-Rounders – Muhammad Imran, Muhammad Jafri, Muhammad Iqbal
Bowlers – Ahmed Rukhsar, Atiq Tabraiz, Hussain Abubakar, Abdul Kashif
12th Man – Muhammad Rizwan
(Note: Players with 9 credits or less can only be chosen as the 12th man. This feature will only come into play if one of 11 players of your team is not the part of the playing XI.)
Try to maintain the balance between both your teams. While you pick four batsmen in one, pick four bowlers in the other since there aren’t many details available about the players.
Kings XI Cricket Club is expected to win this match.
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Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.
Source: The source of this content is our cricket news platform Crictracker.
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