Surrey vs Essex Dream11 Prediction
Kennington Oval, London, July 12, 2018 at 6:30 PM LOCAL
Essex would be riding high on confidence as they come into this match with a win against Middlesex in their last outing. Middlesex put up a total of 179 for 6 wickets in 20 over and in reply a brilliant opening partnership of 57 runs of 29 balls gave them a great start.Tom Westley contributed as well with his crucial innings of 24 runs. The platform was all set when Daniel Lawrence’s cameo of 22 runs in just 10 balls gave the hosts a deserving win. Essex would want to continue their great form in this game as well against a team who was handed defeat by fate.
Surrey’s previous clash was with Kent, at home. Kent managed to reach a total of 173 runs thanks to the brilliant ton put up by Joe Denly in the start after their first wicket fell in just 5 runs; he took charge of the game. With twelve 4s and two towering 6s, he scored 102 runs off just 63 balls saw the host losing their momentum in the game. Surrey came to bat and with the second wicket partnership of 85 runs between Rory Burns and Ben Foakes brought them back in the game but they kept on losing their wickets at regular intervals which cost them the game.
Both the teams would want to go for a win in this game and our bet is Surrey is going to win this game.
Read on for SUR vs ESS Dream11 Team News and Surrey vs Essex Playing11.
Speaking of the SUR vs ESS Playing 11, here’s how the two sides can line-up. (Full team to be updated)
Wicketkeeper- Ben Foakes
Batsmen- Will Jacks, Rory Burns, Ollie Pope, Jamie Smith,
All-rounder- Rikki Clarke, Matthew Pillans, Freddie van der Bergh
Bowlers- Morne Morkel, Gareth Batty, Jade Dernbach (c)
Wicketkeeper: Adam Wheater
Batsman- Varun Chopra, Tom Westley, Ryan ten Doeschate (c), Daniel Lawrence
All-rounders- Ravi Bopara, Simon Harmer, Adam Zampa
Bowlers- James Porter, Samuel Cook, Matt Coles
Jamie Smith, Ryan Patel, Will Jacks, Ollie Pope, Mathew Pillans, Sam Curran, Freddie van den Bergh, Ben Foakes (wk), Matt Dunn, Scott Borthwick, Jade Dernbach (c), Rory Burns, Gareth Batty, Morne Morkel, Rikki Clarke
Samuel Cook, Daniel Lawrence, James Porter, Ashar Zaidi, Simon Harmer, Adam Zampa, Matthew Quinn, Matt Coles, Varun Chopra, Tom Westley, Adam Wheater (wk), Neil Wagner, Ryan ten Doeschate (c), Ravi Bopara
SUR vs ESS Dream11 Key Players
SUR vs ESS Dream11 Team