T10 League 2018- Sindhis vs Bengal Tigers 20th Qualifier Match Prediciton. Sindhis vs Bengal Tigers T10 League 20th Match today match prediction. T10 Cricket League 2018. We provide 100 % sure today cricket match prediction tips. Who will win today match SND vs BTS. Live score with ball by ball update. Cricket toss prediction free.
- Sindhis have won just one of their four matches in the 2018 T10 League so far, losing off the last ball to Northern Warriors last time out.
- Bengal Tigers won two of their three group stage games, but lost to Pakhtoons by seven wickets in their first match in the second round.
- Thanks to his stunning 5-15 against Kerala Knights, Sindhis leg-spinner Pravin Tambe is the leading wicket-taker so far, with seven in three games in total.
Our Pick: Bengal Tigers are favorites to win
Who will win Bengal Tigers vs Sindhis?
Sindhis and Bengal Tigers are both looking to get back to winning ways when they face each other in the 20th match of the 2018 T10 League at Sharjah. The match is scheduled for November 29 and the live action begins at 17:45 local time.
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The 20th match of T10 League 2018 is scheduled to play between Sindhis and Bengal Tigers 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, Bengal Tigers is the favorite side to win this match.
Sindhis vs Bengal Tigers (T10 League): Where to watch/Live streaming
TV channels: Sony ESPN, Channel 9 BD, Ten Sports, ARY Digital Network, Ten Cricket
Live streaming: SonyLIV, Cricketgateway
Captains have tended to prefer to field first so far in the T10 League, though Bengal Tigers have also enjoyed some success batting first.
Sindhis Team News & Playing 11
SIND Team News
Sindhis have been unchanged for their last three matches, with Joe Clarke and Denesh Ramdin among those yet to feature. Colin de Grandhomme was selected for the squad but is in New Zealand’s test squad to face Pakistan instead.
SIND Key Players
Shane Watson has been consistent with the bat, hitting two half-centuries from his four matches so far, including his 28-ball 50 in the defeat to Northern Warriors last time out. The Australian has top-scored in three of Sindhis’ four matches so far.
Anton Devcich, who arrived in good form after his performances in the Afghanistan Premier League (also in Sharjah), has a high score of 49 from the game against Kerala Knights, while Thisara Perera – who hit a T20 50 for Sri Lanka against England too – scored 47 in the match against Pakhtoons.
Perera also claimed his first wicket in the defeat to Northern Warriors, but it is Pravin Tambe who has been their star man with the ball. He missed the first game but took a sensational 5-15 from his two overs in the win against Kerala Knights, and has a further wicket apiece in the two games since.
Jofra Archer has claimed four wickets from four matches, meanwhile, and Isuru Udana has three – but could not prevent the Northern Warriors scoring the eight runs they needed off the final over of the last game.
SIND Team Form
Sindhis have won just one of their four games so far. They got off to a bad start, losing by ten wickets to Rajputs as they conceded 96 runs in just four overs having posted 94/6.
Shane Watson top-scored with 42 from 20 balls in that game, and he hit an unbeaten half-century as Sindhis bounced back to beat Kerala Knights by nine wickets in the next game. Pravin Tambe took four wickets in four balls to restrict Kerala to 103/7, before Watson (50*) and Anton Devcich (49) led Sindhis to victory with 14 balls to spare.
They fell eight runs short of Pakhtoons 137/6 in their final group game, however, despite a 13-ball 47 from Thisara Perera and got off to a losing start in the second round in dramatic circumstances too. Watson hit 50 from 28 balls in a total of 91/6, but the Northern Warriors won by one wicket off the final ball of the match.
Sindhis Predicted Playing 11
- Shane Watson, Anton Devcich, Samiullah Shinwari, Thisara Perera, Dawid Malan, Ben Cutting, Mohammad Nawaz, Jofra Archer, Isuru Udana, Ghulam Shabber, Pravin Tambe
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Bengal Tigers Team News & Playing 11
BT Team News
Indian veteran Zaheer Khan picked up another wicket after replacing Ali Khan again for the most recent match. The 40-year-old left-arm paceman could retain his place as a result. Kevon Cooper has played just one game and Sunil Narine – the man who missed that game – is likely to retain his place too.
BT Key Players
Jason Roy has hit scores of 60*, 27, 43 and 12 in his four innings so far, with the England opener continuing the form that saw him smash 69 against Sri Lanka in a T20 match in Colombo last month too.
The big-hitting opener top scored in all three group games as a result, bit it was Sherfane Rutherford’s 24 from 12 balls that topped the billing last time out in the defeat to Pakhtoons. Rutherforf also hit an unbeaten 47 from 21 balls in the opening game.
Luke Wright, who helped Sussex reach the T20 Blast final by scoring 92 in the semi-final, Mohammad Nabi and Sam Billings are yet to reach their explosive best but can score big runs when on form too.
Mujeeb Ur Rahman has three wickets in the last two games, proving relatively economical opening the bowling, while Aamer Yamin took 4-4 when the Tigers beat Northern Warriors – bowling a four-wicket maiden in the penultimate over of that game.
BT Team Form
Bengal Tigers got off to a winning start as Jason Roy (60*) and Sherfane Rutherford (47*) fired them to 130/1 from their ten overs against Northern Warriors and Aamer Yamin’s 4-4 from two overs, including a four-wicket maiden, led them to 36-run win.
Roy top scored with 27 in the next match, but their total of 91/7 proved too far below par in a nine-wicket defeat to Maratha Arabians. It was the England opener on form again in the final group game, meanwhile – his 14-ball 43 leading the Tigers to a six-wicket win replying to just 77/9 against Punjabi Legends.
In their opening second-round match, however, they were restricted to 93/6 from ten overs and lost by seven wickets with 15 balls to spare.
Bengal Tigers Predicted Playing 11
- Jason Roy, Sunil Narine, Sherfane Rutherford, Luke Wright, Sam Billings, Mohammad Nabi, Aamer Yamin, Chirag Suri, Morne Morkel, Mujeeb ur Rahman, Zaheer Khan
Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first)
SIND : L L W L
BTS : L W L W
Sindhis vs Bengal Tigers Betting Odds
Bengal Tigers are favourites to beat Sindhis at 1.72 with Bet365 compared to 2.10 on Sindhis to win.
Jason Roy, given his form so far, is likely to be key to that and can be backed at 2.50 to top score for the Tigers – having done so in all three group games too.
Shane Watson has been the batting star for the Sindhis, and he is 2.50 to top score for his team too, again with Bet365.
Sindhis vs Bengal Tigers Prediction
Bengal Tigers, despite losing last time out, are favourites to beat Sindhis and if Jason Roy fires they can live up to that billing.
Final Verdict: Back Bengal Tigers to beat Sindhis at 1.72 with Bet365.
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