ERO vs BRW Dream11 Match Preview:
The Brampton Wolves who were inducted late into the tournament after West Indies-B backed occupy the top spot after the completion of Round 1.
As per the tournament’s format, they now get to play Wooden Spooners, i.e., is the sixth-place team in Edmonton Royals in the opening game of round 2 which will be contested by all six sides.
Edmonton Royals vs Brampton Wolves
Aug 6, 22:00 hrs (IST)
Venue: CAA Centre, Brampton, Ontario
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Brampton Wolves Squad: Lendl Simmons (wk), Colin Munro (c), George Munsey, Andre Fletcher, Nitish Kumar, Babar Hayat, Abraash Khan, Wahab Riaz, Ish Sodhi, Junaid Siddiqui, Cecil Pervez, Shahid Afridi, Armaan Kapoor, Faisal Jamkhandi, Nawab Singh
Edmonton Royals Squad:Anshuman Rath (wk), Mohammad Hafeez (c), Navneet Dhaliwal, James Neesham, Richie Berrington, Ben Cutting, Shadab Khan, Safyaan Sharif, Kyle Phillip, Satsimranjit Dhindsa, Mohammad Nawaz, Sherfane Rutherford, Ehsan Nawaz, Davy Jacobs, Faf du Plessis, Akash Gill, Shahid Ahmadzai.
Brampton Wolves: The Wolves have had a near-perfect tournament so far with the only blemish being their defeat against the Vancouver Knights in their last game.
Lendl Simmons and George Munsey have been imperious at the top.
Colin Munro, Babar Hayat, Shahid Afridi, and Nitish Kumar are chipping in with some handy runs in the middle order.
Ish Sodhi has impressed one and all in the tournament with his leggie’s, well supplemented by Shahid Afridi and Wahab Riaz.
Edmonton Royals: The Royals only have the tournament’s format to thank for their participation in the competition still.
Captain Faf Du Plessis has already left the tournament after his quickfire 50 against the Tigers, and Mohammad Hafeez has taken the reigns since.
The only thing going for the Royals is that they are going into the fixture on the back of their win against the Winnipeg Hawks.
Anshuman Rath smashed the Hawks bowlers all around the park and will look to enhance his new-found form against the Wolves.
Captain Hafeez and Jimmy Neesham played handy cameos in the middle as well, and a lot will rely on this experienced duo in the middle overs.
Shadab Khan will lead the bowling attack alongside Mohammad Nawaz and Kyle Philip.
Ish Sodhi: The New-Zealander has been in fine form since his arrival in the League. He has bagged the tournament’s best figures of 5-8 in Wolves’ first game of the competition and claimed six more scalps since.
George Munsey: Munsey has two fifties to his name in the tournament and has given the Wolves a solid platform to build on from the start. His quick-fire 66 against the nationals has been one of the highlights of the competition.
Shadab Khan: The young Pakistani was sent to all parts of the ground by Chris Gayle on Friday, but he showed a lot of character coming back with the figures of 4-0-23-3 on Saturday against the Hawks.