The 7th match of the Qatar T10 League 2019 will be played between Flying Oryx and Heat Stormers at the West End Park International Cricket Stadium in Doha.
The match starts at 8:00 PM local time (6:00 PM GMT) (11:30 PM IST).
This game can be viewed on D Sport in India. Live streaming available on Fan Code App and on CricTracker YouTube Channel.
The Flying Oryx had a mixed start to the tournament winning the opening match by chasing down 84 but couldn’t defend their total of 95 in the second match. Their batting collapsed on Monday where they lost wickets in a flurry. They will now be up against Heat Stormers on Tuesday who played only one match thus far. The Stormers played their first game on Sunday night where they became the 1st side to touch 100-run mark in the Qatar T10 League history. However, the happiness didn’t last long as they lost the match on the very last ball. Salman Butt hit a six on the last ball to seal the match for Falcon Hunters.
The weather forecast for West End Park Stadium suggests showers and thunderstorm during the match. However, same was forecasted on Monday but none of the matches got affected.
The change in the approach of the players in the tournament was clearly visible on Monday where 226 runs were aggregated in the night match despite the pitch was a tricky one. Kamran Akmal, interestingly, elected to bat first as aimed to post a 110+ total. They finished with 116 and won by 6 runs in the end. With new pitch going to be used from Tuesday, we could see totals even touching 120 and getting chased down as well.
Injury and Availability:
(Will be added when there is an update)
Probable Playing XIs:
Mohammad Hussain Talat, Bilawal Iqbal, Harmandeep Singh, Jassim Khan, Asif Raja, Mussawir Khan, Assad Borham, Valeed Veetil, Noman Sarwar, Imran Ashraf, Naved Malik.
Gayan Munaweera, Imraz Rafi, Andri Berenger, Dharmang Patel, Talal Ahmed, Raja Amir, Owais Ahmed, Manpreet Singh Gony, Scott Edwards, Satvir Singh, Afsarulla Khan.
Bench – Shaheen Sabroi, Rana Naveed.
Scott Edwards came to limelight with his record-breaking 39-ball 137* during the European Cricket League T10 final where he struck 18 maximums and five fours. Hussain Talat had a quiet game with the ball on Monday but is expected to bounce back strong. Manpreet Singh Gony could make quick runs if he gets decent overs to bat and is a handful with his new ball efforts.
Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:
Captain Options: Hussain Talat, Scott Edwards, Noman Sarwar
Vice-Captain Options: Owais Ahmed, Manpreet Singh Gony, Imran Ashraf
Suggested Playing XI No.1 for Fantasy Cricket:
Keeper – Assad Borham, Scott Edwards
Batsmen – Dharmang Patel, Andri Berenger, Jassim Khan
All-Rounders – Hussain Talat (C), Noman Sarwar, Harmandeep Singh
Bowlers – Naveed Malik, Owais Ahmed (VC), Manpreet Singh Gony
Suggested Playing XI No.2 for Fantasy Cricket:
Keeper – Scott Edwards (C)
Batsmen – Andri Berenger, Dharmang Patel, Afsarulla Khan
All-Rounders – Bilawal Iqbal, Hussain Talat (VC), Noman Sarwar, Harmandeep Singh
Bowlers – Naveed Malik, Owais Ahmed, Manpreet Singh Gony
We have hardly seen players scoring big runs in this tournament. Hence, picking players who have a chance of taking wickets as well will be the perfect strategy.
Heat Stormers are expected to register their first win of the tournament.
*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.
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