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TST vs CTB Dream11 Match Prediction | MSL 2019 | Team News, Playing11, Fantasy Teams

Tshwane Spartans vs Capetown Blitz Match Preview

TST vs CTB Dream11: This is a virtual knockout for both Tshwane Spartans and Capetown Blitz as the quest to finish third on the points table heats up.
A win here for either side will ensure a third-place finish in the points table which will take them one step closer to the finals.
As far as the current position on the points table is concerned, Tshwane Spartans are placed third with 3 wins from 9 games, whereas, Capetown Blitz are placed fifth with 4 wins from 9 games.
Here, we have come up with the team news, possible playing elevens and Fantasy picks for TST vs CTB Dream11 today match Prediction.

Supersport Park, Centurion, 08th December at 05:30 PM IST


Last result at this venue

Dec 01, 2019: Paarl Rocks 126/10, were beaten by Tshwane Spartans 127/2 by 8 wickets.


Head to Head

Total Played: 03
Tshwane Spartans won- 00
Capetown Blitz won- 03
No Result: 00


Recent form (Last 5 matches)

Capetown Blitz- WWLLNR
Tshwane Spartans- LLLLNR


TST vs CTB Team News

Capetown Blitz
One or two changes here and there are expected to take place.

Injuries: No injury updates.
Probable combination: Dale Steyn who was rested in the last game might come into the eleven for Ayabulela Gqamane. The rest of the eleven might be the same.

Capetown Blitz Playing 11- (Expected)
Mohammad Nawaz, Quinton de Kock, Wahab Riaz, Sisanda Magala, Ayabulela Gqamane/Dale Steyn, Vernon Philander, Janneman Malan, Liam Livingstone, George Linde, David Bedingham, Anrich Nortje

Tshwane Spartans
Their last game against the Jozi Stars was abandoned due to rain.

Injuries: No injury updates
Probable combination: Only one change is expected, Waqar Salamkheli might get dropped for Lutho Sipamla.

Tshwane Spartans Playing 11- (Expected)
AB de Villiers, Petrus van Biljon, Tom Curran, Heinrich Klaasen, Tony de Zorzi, Lungi Ngidi, Wiaan Mulder, Corbin Bosch, Waqar Salamkheil/Lutho Sipamla, Roelof van der Merwe, Morne Morkel.


TST vs CTB Squads

TST Squad
Heinrich Klaasen(c/wk), Tony de Zorzi, Petrus van Biljon, Corbin Bosch, Morne Morkel, Tom Curran, Roelof van der Merwe, AB de Villiers, Waqar Salamkheil, Vaughn van Jaarsveld, Dean Elgar, Lungi Ngidi, Wiaan Mulder, Theunis de Bruyn, Lutho Sipamla, Donavon Ferreira

CTB Squad
Quinton de Kock (c), Vernon Philander, Khwezi Gumede, George Linde, Anrich Nortje, Mohammad Nawaz, Asif Ali, David Bedingham, Wahab Riaz, Aviwe Mgijima, Liam Livingstone, Sisanda Magala, Dale Steyn, Janneman Malan, Marques Ackerman, Gregory Mahlokwana.


TST vs CTB Dream11 Fantasy Team

Fantasy Picks from Capetown Blitz-

Best from the tournament so far:
Janneman Malan: 358 runs from 9 innings at a strike-rate of 149.79.
Quinton de Kock: 235 runs from 9 innings at a strike-rate of 163.19.
Liam Livingstone: 208 runs from 9 innings at a strike-rate of 128.39.
Dale Steyn: 15 wickets from 8 matches.

Players to avoid:
A Gqamane

Fantasy Picks from Tshwane Spartans-

Best from the tournament so far:
Ab de Villiers: 247 runs from 7 innings at a strike-rate of 153.41.
Heinrich Klaasen: 128 runs from 7 innings at a strike-rate of 142.22.
Morne Morkel: 10 wickets from 7 matches.
Lungi Ngidi: 9 wickets from 7 matches.

Players to avoid:
Waqar Salamkheil

WK: Q de Kock
BAT: Janneman Malan, Ab de Villiers, T de Bruyn
AR: Liam Livingstone, M Nawaz, G Linde, Roelof van der Merwe
BOWL: Wahab Riaz, L Ngidi, M Morkel

Captain/Vice-captain Options: Q de Kock, Janneman Malan, Ab de Villiers, G Linde, M Nawaz

Our favorites: We are backing the Tshwane Spartans to win this contest.

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Disclaimer: Management can take late decisions depending on the match situation. The Fantasy teams which we have provided here of TST vs CTB Dream11 are to the best of our interest and depending on the credit scores of the players.

Akshay Singh @Akshay_Cric

An ardent sports enthusiast who likes to write in such a manner so that the readers could relate themselves and feel the passion of the game.