October 21, 2021

Final Match The Hundred Men’s 2021, Birmingham Phoenix vs Southern Brave, BRM vs SOU Dream11 Prediction

Final Match The Hundred Men’s 2021, Birmingham Phoenix vs Southern Brave, BRM vs SOU Dream11 Prediction, Sanjay Goyal +918923458125, +917088099834

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Match Details

Match – Birmingham Phoenix vs Southern Brave – Final

Venue – Lord’s, London

Time – 11:00 PM IST, 5:30 PM GMT

Where to watch live – Fancode

Pitch Report

This will be the second match of the day at the same venue. Pitch might play a crucial role but the Men’s matches at Lord’s have witnessed high scores so far. Team winning the toss should opt to bat first.

Average first innings score: 140 (In three matches played at Lord’s)

Record of chasing teams: Won – 0; Lost – 3

Playing Combinations

Birmingham Phoenix

Will Smeed, Miles Hammond/David Bedingham, Moeen Ali (C), Liam Livingstone, Tom Abell, Chris Benjamin (WK), Benny Howell, Adam Milne, Dillon Pennington, Tom Helm/Pat Brown, Imran Tahir

Southern Brave

Paul Stirling, Quinton de Kock (WK), James Vince (C), Alex Davies, Tim David, Ross Whiteley, George Garton, Chris Jordan, Craig Overton, Tymal Mills, Jake Lintott.

Probable Best Player

Birmingham Phoenix

Liam Livingstone hands down has to be the best player for the Phoenix. He had a blockbuster game to end the league stage where he smacked a brilliant half-century and also picked up three wickets. Overall, Livingstone has amassed 302 runs in eight innings at an awe-inspiring strike-rate of 171.59 with three half-centuries. He is unlikely to bowl in this game given the weather forecast but his four wickets in the tournament have come at a crucial time.

Southern Brave

Tymal Mills’ stocks have suddenly increased with the T20 World Cup to be played in October and November later this year. He has so far picked seven wickets in nine matches and has impressed the most with his slower balls. Most importantly, the left-arm pacer has gone unscathed in the competition without any injuries. If he helps the Brave to win the trophy with his bowling in the final, he could well lead England’s bowling attack in the UAE.

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