NOT vs HAM Dream11 Today Match Prediction: The matches are coming thick and fast as NOT will lock horns with Hampshire in the 2nd quarter final after Sussex handing over a defeat to Yorkshire in the first knockout game courtesy Rashid Khan’s heroics.
Hampshire will have to be at their absolute best to knock out a beast like NOT. All in all, an exciting contest is on cards.
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- Joe Clarke is a bomb. He strikes at 193 in this season and averages 36 runs per outing at the top of the order. He has 366 runs in 11 games. He was in mad hitting form in this season before the break and would like to continue from where he left off.
- James Vince has 365 runs at a strike rate of 140 and averages 36 in 10 games.
- Calvin Harrison, the leg spinner has 18 wickets and gives away just 6.77 runs per over in a high scoring competition like this.
- Scott Currie has played only 7 games but has 15 wickets under his name. Though he is touch on the expensive side by giving 8.70 runs per over, he has picked enough wickets to prove his worth.
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NOT vs HAM Today Match Prediction
If there is one thing that Hampshire can look to exploit in NOT, then it is their 4th and 5th bowling options. They have to target them right from the word go if they are to chase down or put up a total on board batting first as Nottinghamshire have a batting line up that can destroy any bowling attack on their day.
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NOT vs HAM Winning Chances
The odds are in favor of Nottinghamshire in this all important quarter final game. NOT have a dangerous batting line up and it will take some doing for Hampshire to stop their batting lineup. NOT’s middle order have all been amongst the runs in “The Hundred” competition and their bowlers have had their fare share of success as well.
Bet365- NOT- 1.57, HAM- 2.37
Betway- NOT- 1.57, HAM- 2.25
Playing 11 For Today’s Match
NOT Playing 11
Alex Hales, Joe Clarke, Ben Duckett, Samit Patel, Tom Moores, Steven Mullaney, Peter Trego, Calvin Harrison, Matthew Carter, Luke Fletcher, Dane Paterson
- Ben Duckett had a brilliant “The Hundred” tournament but he came into The Hundred at the back of a stellar NatWest T20 Blast. He has 367 runs in 11 innings at an average of 36. He was striking at 159 which is top class for a top order batsman. Being a left hand batsman naturally adds that variety to the batting lineup.
- The tall off spinner Matthew Carter has 16 wickets in 14 games and has an economy rate of 7.22. These are elite numbers for a finger spinner in modern day limited overs cricket. He also had a very good The Hundred competition. It will be a different challenge for him when he faces Hampshire as they have so many right hand batters in their team.
HAM Playing 11
D Arcy Short, James Vince, Liam Dawson, Colin de Grandhomme, Joe Weatherly, Lewis McManus, James Fuller, Chris Wood, Scott Currie, Mason Crane, Bradly Wheal/Kyle Abbott
- The wrist spinner in Mason Crane has 14 wickets in 11 games and gives 8.02 runs per over. He will have his task cut out against a dangerous batting line up like Nottinghamshire.
- The Australian southpaw D Arct Short has 307 runs at the top of the order. He averages 27 runs per outing and strikes at a healthy 143. He will have to play through the innings being the only left hand batsman in Hampshire’s top order.
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