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| On Oct 5, 2018 11:40 AM IST

YOR vs HBH Dream11 Prediction Abu Dhabi T20 League Team News, Playing 11


YOR vs HBH Dream11 Team | Yorkshire vs Hobart | Abu Dhabi T20 2018

YOR vs HBH Dream11 Match Prediction | Who Will Win Today match

Abu Dhabi, October 06 at 11:00 AM IST

The final day of the tournament will feature three matches which include the finals as well. The first match of the day will feature Hobart Hurricanes and Yorkshire Vikings.

This would be the second match for both these teams and the match will be played at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi.

Yorkshire Vikings had a disappointing start to their campaign as they were taken down by Lahore Qalanders in their opening game by 6 wickets. Despite a formidable total on the board, Yorkshire were unable to defend 185 as Lahore’s skipper Sohail Akhter’s maiden century proved too much for the Vikings.

Hobart’s opening match is yet to be played as they square off against Lahore Qalanders who are flying high after their opening triumph and it won’t be a walk in the park for the Hurricanes.

Pitch conditions: In the previous match we saw a target in excess of 180 was chased down but the spinners too bowled well, the same can be expected in this match as well.



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YOR vs HBH Playing 11

Here’s how the two sides may lineup for Yorkshire vs Hobart clash.

Yorkshire Playing 11 (Probable):

Wicket-keeper – Jonathan Tattersall

Batsmen – Gary Ballance, Harry Brook, Tom Kohler Cadmore, Adam Lyth

All-rounders – Tim Bresnan (Doubt: Matthew Waite)

Bowlers – Steven Patterson(c), Josh Poysden, Josh Shaw, Jordon Thompson (Doubt: Ben Coad and Karl Carver)


Hobart Hurricanes Playing 11 (Probable):

Wicket-keeper – Caleb Jewell

Batsmen – Ben Duckett, Charlie Wakim(c), Jack White, Sean Willis

All-rounders – Johan Botha, Jordan Clark (Doubt: Keegan Oates)

Bowlers – Jerome Taylor, Nathan Ellis, Mac Wright, Lawrence Neil-Smith


YOR vs HBH Squads

Yorkshire: Steven Patterson(c), Tim Bresnan, Tom-Kohler Cadmore, Harry Brook, Karl Carver, Jordan Thompson, Benjamin Coad, Jonathan Tattersall(wk), Jack Leaning, Matthew Waite, Adam Lyth, Joshua Poysden, Gary Ballance, Richard Pyrah, Joshua Shaw.


Hobart: Charlie Wakim(c), Johan Botha, Ben Duckett, Mac Wright, Nathan Ellis, Jordan Clark, Caleb Jewell, Lawrence Neil-Smith, Darren Mcnees, Sean Willis, Keegan Oates, Jerome Taylor,  Jack White.   


Fantasy Picks


  • Among the wicket-keepers, Jonathan Tattersall is a better option as compared to Caleb Jewell as he is more expereienced and was in good nick in the Vitality Blast T20 2018.



  • Batsmen like Adam Lyth, Harry Brooks, Ben Duckett should be there in your fantasy eleven as these are some reputed batsmen and match winners on their day. Adam Lyth and Harry Brook were stroking the ball well in the last match as they showed some glimpse of their talent.



  • Experienced cogs Johan Botha and Tim Bresnan are the ample selections in this category as their formidable game is the essence for their respective sides. You can also go for Jordan Clark.



  • Jerome Taylor, Josh Poysden will be a good selection here. Spinner Josh Poysden made good use of the slow track in the last match which makes him a good choice in your fantasy eleven.

Our Captain and Vice-captain picks:

The players who can make you gain even more points are Tim Bresnan, Johan Botha, Adam Lyth, Ben Duckett etc.


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YOR vs HBH Dream11 Team

Note: This YOR vs HBH Dream11 prediction is based on news sourced from various sources. We suggest you pick your playing 11 from the squad listed above basis YOR vs HBH team news. Kindly revisit before the deadline to get the final update of the YOR vs HBH Dream11 Prediction. Also, hit the bell icon on the bottom right side of your screen to get all the latest Dream11 prediction updates.

Akshay Singh

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.