NWW vs NK: North West Warriors will take on the Northern Knights in the 7th match of the Ireland Inter-Provincial ODD at Bready Cricket Club in Magheramason on Friday.
The Warriors have won two out of their three games and have secured the top spot in the points table following a healthy Net Run Rate (NRR). On the other hand, the Knights have won only one game in three matches and are placed third on the points table.
In the last match played by North West Warriors against Northern Knights, North West Warriors beat Northern Knights by 62 runs. Warriors’ William Porterfield and William McClintock were the highest scorers for their side, scoring 73 & 72* respectively. Bowlers Mark Adair and Ben White picked up two wickets each.
For the Knights, Jeremy Lawlor scored an impressive 95 which went in vain. Warrior’s pace Craig Young led the bowling attack with a 4/55.
Match: North West Warriors vs Northern Knights
Date & Time: 21st May 2021, 3:15 PM IST
Venue: Bready Cricket Club, Magheramason
NWW vs NK Head-to-Head
In their previous 12 meetings, both the teams have won four matches each and 4 games ended in No result. Both teams have had an equal dominance over each other.
With a win over the Knights in their previous match, the North West Warriors have a slight advantage over their opponent.
The pitch has been very helpful for pacers, handing them a lot of advantage with swing and bounce. So, the team winning the toss will look to bowl first on Friday.
There is a high possibility of heavy downpours on Friday. The chances of main being abandoned are very high.
NWW vs NK Predicted Playing XI
North West Warriors
Stephen Doheny (WK), Andy McBrine (C), William Porterfield, Stuart Thompson, Shane Getkate, Graham Kennedy, Graham Hume, Nathon McGuire, Craig Young, William McClintock, Conor Olphert
Niel Rock (WK), Paul Stirling, Harry Tector (C), Jeremy Lawlor, Mark Adair, Ruhan Pretorious, Luke Georgeson, James McCollum, Matthew Foster, Ben White, John Matchett
NWW vs NK Dream11 Team Prediction
Wicketkeeper: Stephen Doheny
Batsmen: Paul Stirling (captain), William Porterfield, Jeremy Lawlor
All-rounders: Graham Hume, Luke Georgeson, Stuart Thompson, Mark Adair
Bowlers: Andy McBrine, Ben White, Craig Young (vice-captain)