MUR vs LLG: Munster Reds take on Leinster Lightning in the 8th match of the Ireland Inter-Provincial ODD at the Pembroke Cricket Club, Sandymount, Dublin
Leinster Lightning sit atop the points table, having won two out of the four games they’ve played so far. On the other hand, Munster Reds are languishing at the bottom of the points table with one win from two games.
The two teams previously met in the sixth match of the league. Two points were equally shared between the teams as the match ended in No Result.
Despite the unfortunate outcome in the previous match, the Leinster Lightning seemed to be in great touch against the Reds and were the favourites to win the game if it hadn’t been for the rains.
Match: Munster Reds vs Leinster Lightning
Date & Time: 22nd May 2021, 3:15 PM IST
Venue: Pembroke Cricket Club, Sandymount, Dublin
MUR vs LLG Head-to-Head
In their previous eight T20 meetings, Leinster Lightning have had a huge advantage winning six out of eight, leaving the Knights with a stand-alone win.
Their most recent encounter was the 6th match of the Ireland Inter-Provincial ODD. The match was called off due to rain and both teams shared one point each.
The pitch is a paradise for the batsmen as the ball comes onto the bat nicely. There is a little bit of help for seamers. They can pick up a few wickets if they deliver at the right line and length.
The chances of precipitation are as low as 40% on matchday. There is a slight possibility of passing by showers and play to be interrupted.
MUR vs LLG Predicted Playing XI
Gareth Delany, Aaron Cawley, Murray Commins, Amish Sidhu, Greg Ford, Josh Manley, Fionn Hand, Tyrone Kane (c), Seamus Lynch, Matt Ford, Peter Moor (wk)
Lorcan Tucker (wk), Jamie Grassie, Jack Tector, Andy Balbirnie, Kevin O’Brien, George Dockrell, Simi Singh, Barry McCarthy, Peter Chase, Joshua Little, David O’Halloran
MUR vs LLG Dream11 Team Prediction
Wicketkeeper: Lorcan Tucker
Batsmen: Andy Balbirnie, Murray Commins, Matt Ford, Jamie Grassie
All-rounders: Kevin O’Brien, George Dockrell (captain), Tyrone Kane (vice-captain)
Bowlers: Barry Mccarthy, Peter Chase, Aaron Cawley