| On Updated : Jun 29, 2018 12:41 PM IST

TOR vs ERO Today Match Prediction | TOR vs ERO Who Will Win

Global T20 League, Canada

Toronto Nationals vs Edmonton Royals, 3rd Match

The third match of the Global T20 League in Canada will witness an encounter between the Toronto Nationals and the Edmonton Royals. The Toronto Nationals would be featuring for their second game of the competition while for Edmonton Royals this would be their opening game.

Toronto Nationals started their campaign with a bang as they defeated a star-studded side like Vancouver Knights by 6 wickets. Batting first, the Vancouver Knights posted a mammoth 227 for the loss of 4 wickets. In reply, player of the match, New Zealand's Anton Devcich was astonishing with the bat as he scored a vital unbeaten 92 which was befittingly supported by Steve Smith who made his return to the cricketing world with a half-century as he scored 61 off 44 deliveries. And in the end with a little cameo from skipper, Darren Sammy meant that the Nationals finished the game with 4 balls to spare.

Edmonton Royals is a balanced squad as well alike the other 5 teams in the competition. It is led by Pakistan's very own Shahid Afridi and the squad comprises the likes of Wayne Parnell, Christian Jonker, Sohail Tanvir etc. They have a fair balance of batting and bowling and that is why this team looks promising and it would be interesting to see how they start in the competition.

Where: Maple Leaf North-West Ground, King City

When: June 30, 2018 08:00 PM GMT, 04:00 PM Local, 01:30 AM IST


So, who will win TOR vs ERO? As per the betting odds provided by Bet365, the odds in favor of Toronto Nationals winning the game is 8/11 meaning a return of 172.72 on a stake of Rs 100, whereas, the odds in favor of Edmonton Royals winning the game is 11/10, meaning a return of 210 on a stake of Rs 100.

Prediction: As per the odds, we back Toronto Nationals to win the TOR vs ERO.

Akshay Singh @Akshay_Cric

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