Kerala Knights vs Northern Warriors T10 League 19th Match today match prediction. T10 Cricket League 2018. We provide 100 % sure today cricket match prediction tips. T10 League 2018- Kerala Knights vs Northern Warriors 19th Qualifier Prediction. Who will win today match KKS vs NWS. Live score with ball by ball update. Cricket toss prediction free.
- After finishing top of Group B in the group stage, Northern Warriors won their first match of the second round – a dramatic last-ball victory against Sindhis.
- Kerala Knights have won just one of their four matches in the tournament so far, having been dismissed for 71 from 8.2 overs chasing 108 to beat Punjabi Legends last time out.
- Nicholas Pooran top-scored for Northern Warriors in the group stage, hitting two half-centuries, and was top scorer in their most recent match too.
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Full Details of Today Match Prediction
The 19th match of T10 League 2018 is scheduled to play Kerala Knights and Northern Warriors on Thursday, 29th November 2018 at Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium, Sharjah. We are providing you 100 % secure and accurate today match prediction for the all matches of T10 League.
Who will win Northern Warriors vs Kerala Knights?
Kerala Knights take on Northern Warriors in the 19th match of the 2018 T10 League at Sharjah. The match is scheduled for November 29 and the live action begins at 15:30 local time.
KKS vs NW: Where to watch/Live streaming
TV channels: Sony ESPN, Channel 9 BD, Ten Sports, ARY Digital Network, Ten Cricket
Live streaming: SonyLIV, Cricketgateway
Teams have tended to field first in the T10 League, with Northern Warriors particularly successful when they have adopted that tactic.
Kerala Knights Team News & Playing 11
KKS Team News
Jonny Bairstow, fresh from his man-of-the-match performance in England’s third-test win against Sri Lanka, will link up with limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan after signing a short-term deal with Kerala Knights.
Kerala were unchanged following their rained off final group game, but Bairstow is likely to slot in to the batting line-up on his arrival. With wicket-keeper Upal Tharanga not scoring, Bairstow could replace the Sri Lankan and take over the gloves too.
Fellow England international Tom Curran was dropped for Reetinder Sodhi, but the Indian veteran has not bowled in either of his two matches, which could pave the way for Curran to return – given he offers more with the bat.
KKS Key Players
Kerala Knights’ top scorer so far is actually Wayne Parnell, thanks to his unbeaten half-century in the defeat to Sindhis – hitting 59 from 24 balls.
Captain Eoin Morgan went close to a half-century, hitting 46 not out from 20 balls in the eight-wicket win against Pakhtoons, however, and the England captain and West Indian legend Chris Gayle – who blasted 35 from 19 balls last time out – should never be written off.
No other batsman reached double figures last time out, but Jonny Bairstow arrives in top form and will look to take the attack to Northern Warriors – he could even open ahead of Paul Stirlin, who hit 40 from 14 balls in the opening game but has added just one run since.
With the ball, Nepalese leg spinner Sandeep Lamichhane continues to take plenty of wickets – six of them from four games so far – while Fabian Allen has proved the most economical bowler, taking 3-35 from his five overs in the tournament.
KKS Team Form
Kerala Knights’ only win so far came in their first game, when Sandeep Lamichhane took 3-17 from two overs with the ball and Eoin Morgan (46*) and Paul Stirling (40) led the Knights to 110/2 to win by eight wickets with 13 balls to spare.Wayne Parnell thumped his half-century the following day, but Kerala could not defend 103/7 as they went down by nine wickets. And their third group game was abandoned when rain curtailed Rajputs’ innings after nine overs.
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Kerala’s first match of the second round ended in a heavy defeat, meanwhile. Punjabi Legends posted 107/5 and, while Chris Gayle’s 35 from 19 balls got Kerala off to a good start, they collapsed to 71 all out in 8.2 overs.
Kerala Knights Predicted Playing 11
- Chris Gayle, Jonny Bairstow, Eoin Morgan, Paul Stirling, Fabian Allen, Wayne Parnell, Kieron Pollard, Tom Curran, Sohail Tanvir, Mohammad Naveed, Sandeep Lamichhane.
Northern Warriors Team News & Playing 11
NW Team News
Northern Warriors changed the balance of the team for their most recent match, as Amitoze Singh dropped out to be replaced by Harry Gurney. It means Ravi Bopara did not bowl, but the English all-rounder remains an option with the ball, whichever line-up the Warriors opt for.
NW Key Players
Nicholas Pooran has been Northern Warriors’ star man with the bat so far, scoring two half-centuries in the group stage as he hit six fours and 18 sixes across the first three games. He also top-scored last time out, with 17.
He has been backed up by Lendl Simmons and Andre Russell – the latter has hit nine sixes in the tournament so far, without yet hitting a four.
With the ball, Hardus Viljoen’s pace bowling has kept things tight for the Warriors – he took 2-15 last time out, in the win against Sindhis, having collected five wickets from the first three games too, all with an economy rate of less than 7.50.
Chris Green’s off-breaks produced no wickets in the last game, but he did only concede ten runs from his two overs to maintain his economical bowling figures so far.
NW Team Form
Northern Warriors were heavily beaten in their first match, against Bengal Tigers, despite Hardus Viljoen taking 1-8 from his two overs and Lendl Simmons smashing 44 from 28 balls – the Warriors falling 36 runs short of their target of the Tigers’ 130/7.They bounced back in incredible style, however, as Nicholas Pooran smashed 77 from 25 balls to help the Warriors post 183/2 from their ten overs against Punjabi Legends. Ravi Bopara then took 4-15 from his two overs as the Legends finished 99 runs short.
Pooran then hit another half-century, this time scoring 62 from 24 balls, as the Warriors scored 95/2 in pursuit of Maratha Arabians’ 94/6 in a match reduced to nine overs per side. Viljoen’s 3-16 from two over had earlier restricted the Arabians’ batsmen.
Their first match in the second phase, meanwhile, saw Viljoen claim 2-15 to restrict Sindhis to 91/6 from ten overs. Wickets fell regularly in the reply, including three in the last over, but a bye from the final ball earned a one-wicket win.
Northern Warriors Predicted Playing 11
- Lendl Simmons, Nicholas Pooran, Rovman Powell, Andre Russell, Ravi Bopara, Darren Sammy, Chris Green, Wahab Riaz, Hardus Viljoen, Imran Haider, Harry Gurney
Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first)
KKS : L NR L W
NW : W W W L
Kerala Knights vs Northern Warriors Betting Odds
Northern Warriors are favourites to beat out-of-form Kerala Knights, with Bet365 offering 1.66 on the Warriors and 2.20 on the defending champions.
Nicholas Pooran’s form has fired Northern Warriors to three consecutive wins and he is 2.62 top score for the team for the fourth time in five games with Bet365.
Jonny Bairstow’s arrival could lift Kerala, meanwhile, and the England batsman is 2.75 to top score in his first game.
Kerala Knights vs Northern Warriors Prediction
Northern Warriors have got some momentum behind them thanks to three consecutive wins, with Nicholas Pooran in top form. The Warriors can keep that winning run going.
Final Verdict: Back Northern Warriors to beat Kerala Knights at 1.66 with Bet365.