TOR vs BRW Dream11 Match Preview:
Another exciting GT20 League clash is on the cards when the top of the table Brampton Wolves take on Toronto Nationals on who are flailing in the bottom half. This will be the fourth game for both sides.
The Wolves go into the fixture clinching all six points out of possible six, remaining the only side yet to taste defeat in the tournament thus far getting the better of The Hawks, The Royals, and the Tigers.
The Nationals, on the other hand, haven’t had such smooth sails. They bounced against the Royals after a crushing defeat to the Knights but failed to defend 216 against the Hawks and thus finding themselves second to bottom in the table.
Date and time: August 3, 22:00 hrs (IST)
Venue: CAA Centre, Ontario
Toronto Nationals Squad: Heinrich Klaasen (wk), Yuvraj Singh (c), Brendon McCullum, Rodrigo Thomas, Chirag Suri, Manpreet Gony, Chris Green, Ravinderpal Singh, Mark Montfort, Jeremy Gordon, Salman Nazar, Mitchell McClenaghan, Sandeep Lamichhane, Calum MacLeod
Brampton Wolves Squad: Lendl Simmons (wk), Colin Munro (c), George Munsey, Nitish Kumar, Babar Hayat, Shahid Afridi, Wahab Riaz, Cecil Pervez, Ish Sodhi, Nawab Singh, Faisal Jamkhandi, Armaan Kapoor, Abraash Khan, Daren Sammy, Andre Fletcher
In-Form Rodrigo Thomas will open the innings for the Nationals alongside Brendan McCullum who could replace Chirag Suri.
Henrich Klassen, Yuvraj Singh, and Kieron Pollard will add much-needed firepower to the innings in the middle overs.
While Leggie Sandeep Lamichane could be given his first taste of GT20 league keeping the opposition in mind.
The Invincibles Wolves are likely to go unchanged for this one.
Lendl Simmons and George Munsey will open the innings for the Wolves.
Skipper Colin Munro along with Nitish Kumar, Shahid Afridi, and Rohan Mustafa will form the middle order.
Wahab Riaz will spearhead the Wolves attack alongside Cecil Pervez, Zahoor Khan, and Ish Sodhi.
Lendl Simmons has scored 118 runs so far in this tournament so far at an average of 59 and looks in imperious touch alongside partner George Munsey.
Shahid Boom-Boom Afridi has bagged 109.5 points so far in the tournament and looks to be aging like fine wine. He has scored 95 runs so far and bagged four scalps. His 81 of just 40 balls against the Royals was a thing of beauty.
From the Nationals, Captain Yuvraj Singh has shown glimpses of his previous self scoring 45 and 35 respectively in his last two games. This could be the fixture he could use to take it into the next gear.
Kieron Pollard has had an eventful tournament so far. The Big West Indian has been in fine form with the blade. He smashed 30 of only 13 balls in the first game and 52 out 21 in the third, but unfortunately, his side ended up losing both games.