T10 League 2018- Pakhtoons vs Punjabi Legends 21st Qualifier Match Prediction. Pakhtoons vs Punjabi Legends T10 League 21st Match today match prediction. T10 Cricket League 2018. We provide 100 % sure today cricket match prediction tips. Who will win today match PKN vs PLS. Live score with ball by ball update. Cricket toss prediction free.
- Pakhtoons won Group A of the 2018 T10 League and have continued that form with two wins from two during the second phase.
- Punjabi Legends have won two of their five matches so far, losing by 12 runs to Rajputs in their most recent match.
- Pakhtoons’ Andre Fletcher hit two half-centuries to become the first batsman to pass 200 runs in this year’s competition. He has hit 19 fours and 18 sixes so far.
Our Pick: Pakhtoons are favorites to win
Who will win Punjabi Legends vs Pakhtoons?
In-form Pakhtoons will look to maintain their good start to the 2018 T10 League at Sharjah when they face Punjabi Legends in the 21st match. The match is scheduled for November 29 and the live action begins at 20:00 local time.
PAKHT vs PL (T10 League): Where to watch/Live streaming
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Live streaming: SonyLIV, Cricketgateway
Both sides elected to field first in their matches on Wednesday – as most teams have tended to after winning the toss this year.
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Full Details of Today Match Prediction
The world is ready to witness yet another big battle of the shortest format of cricket. The 21st match of T10 League 2018 is scheduled to play between Pakhtoons and Punjabi Legends 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.
Favorite Team in Today Match Prediction
According to our prediction, Pakhtoons is the favorite side to win this match.
Pakhtoons Team News & Playing 11
PAKHT Team News
Gulbadin Naib made his first appearance of the 2018 T10 League, having bowled well at times for Balkh Legends in the Afghanistan Premier League in Sharjah last month. He bowled one expensive over but it would be harsh to drop him already, having only just replaced compatriot Sharafuddin Ashraf.
Ashraf opened the batting in the previous game, meaning a reshuffle for Pakhtoons with Cameron Delport back at number one – and responded with 36 not out from 23 balls.
PAKHT Key Players
A rare failure for Andre Fletcher last time out – scoring ten before falling in the first over – can not mask some excellent batting by the West Indian so far. He hit 47 from 18 balls in the previous game and scored back-to-back unbeaten 68s in the group stage too, having top-scored with 32 from 14 balls in the first game. Colin Ingram’s breezy unbeaten 42 earned Pakhtoons victory last time out, and he has now hit an unbeaten 69 runs in his last two innings after a slow start. Cameron Delport hit 36 not out from 23 balls, meanwhile – his highest score so far. Shafiqullah, meanwhile, now has scores of 29*, 45, 16 and 35 from his four innings.
With the ball, no Pakhtoons bowler has gone for less than ten runs per over, but Mohammad Irfan has picked up six wickets from five matches, including 2-17 last time out, and Sohail Khan has five from five.
PAKHT Team Form
Since losing their opening match by eight wickets to Kerala Knights, Pakhtons have won four in a row.
Andre Fletcher had already top scored in the first match, and then hit 68 not out from 27 balls in the second to lead Pakhtoons to a nine-wicket win chasing 122 to beat Rajputs.
He hit the same score, but two balls slower, as Pakhtoons set 137/6 against Sindhis and won by eight runs and then top-scored for a fourth time with 47 from 18 balls in a seven-wicket win – chasing just 94 – to beat Bengal Tigers.Last time out, Fletcher was dismissed in the first over but Colin Ingram (42*), Shafiqullah (35) and Cameron Delport (36*) led Pakhtoons to an impressive eight-wicket win – reaching their target of 126 with four balls to spare.
Pakhtoons Predicted Playing 11
- Cameron Delport, Andre Fletcher, Shafiqullah, Colin Ingram, Shahid Afridi, Muhammad Kaleem, Gulbadin Naib, Liam Dawson, Sohail Khan, Mohammad Irfan, RP Singh
Punjabi Legends Team News & Playing 11
PL Team News
Punjabi Legends were unchanged for their last match, with Jade Dernbach making his second appearance of the tournament and Phil Salt his third. Mitchell McClenaghan is unlikely to return in place of Dernbach, having conceded 82 runs from four overs in his first three matches. With Liam Plunkett also dropped having been expensive and wicketless so far, there are unlikely to be any knee-jerk reactions after the defeat.
PL Key Players
Punjabi Legends have struggled for runs so far, with only Umar Akmal passing 100 for the tournament – scoring 116 at an average of 23.20. That is 60 runs more than any other Punjabi Legends batsman.
Luke Ronchi is capable of more opening the batting, however – his top score is 23 so far and he is yet to hit a six – while Phil Salt’s unbeaten 34 in a losing cause last time out was a sign he has found his best form.
Chris Jordan has a high score of 24 not out, complementing his eight wickets from 7.2 overs across the five matches so far. Jordan took 2-16 from two overs last time out and earlier in the competition claimed 4-6 from eight balls against Maratha Arabians.
Zahir Khan also has eight wickets and, like Jordan, an economy rate of less than ten in the tournament so far, while all four of Hasan Khan’s wickets came in his first appearance – the win against Kerala Knights.
PL Team Form
Punjabi Legends have won two of their five matches so far, one of which was the first match – when Umar Akmal hit 31 from 18 balls to help post 121/6 and Chris Jordan claimed 4-6 from eight balls in a 43-run win.
They were thrashed in their next match, however – conceding 183/2 from ten overs against Northern Warriors, who then restricted Punjabi Legends to just 84/7 in a crushing 99-run defeat. They only posted 77/9 in their next match too, which Bengal Tigers chased with four overs to spare.
An improved performance, with Akmal scoring 30 from 17 balls and Hasan Khan claiming 4-21, helped them post 107/5 and beat Kerala Knights by 36 runs but they lost again last time out, to Rajputs.
Batting second and chasing 117/5, Akmal scored 34 and Phil Salt was unbeaten on the same score but they finished 12 runs back on 105/6.
Punjabi Legends Predicted Playing 11
- Evin Lewis, Umar Akmal, Luke Ronchi, Shaiman Anwar, Phil Salt, Tom Moores, Chris Jordan, Hasan Khan, Zahir Khan, Jade Dernbach, Praveen Kumar
Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first)
PAKHT : W W W W L
PL : L W L L W
Pakhtoons vs Punjabi Legends Betting Odds
Unsurprisingly, in-form Pakhtoons are 1.61 to beat Punjabi Legends – who are priced themselves at 2.30 to win with Bet365.
Andre Fletcher has top scored in four of the five matches so far and can be backed at 2.50 to do so again, but Colin Ingram showed some of his best form last time out too and might be worth a look at 3.75 – again with Bet365.
Umar Akmal is the only Punjabi Legends to score consistently so far, and he is 2.87 to be their top batsman with Bet365.
Pakhtoons vs Punjabi Legends Prediction
Pakhtoons have not lost since their opening game, winning four in a row, and they should continue that run against a Punjabi Legends team who have been inconsistent at best this season.
Final Verdict: Back Pakhtoons to beat Punjabi Legends at 1.61 with Bet365.
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