Who will win today’s match between Birmingham Phoenix vs Trent Rockets.
Last Year’s runner-ups Birmingham Phoenix will commence their season with a clash against Trent Rockets.
The fourth match of the Hundred will see last year’s runner-ups Birmingham Phoenix take on Trent Rockets at Trent Bridge on the 6th of August, Saturday. Birmingham Phoenix won six of their eight matches in the group phase last season and finished at the summit to reach the final, where the Southern Brave beat them. Moeen Ali’s men will hope to replicate last season’s form and begin the campaign on a winning note.
On the other hand, Trent Rockets finished third in the table after the group stages and were defeated comprehensively in the Eliminator by the eventual champions Southern Brave in the inaugural edition of the Hundred.
BPH vs TRT Match Details
Venue – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Date and Time – August 6, 7:00 PM IST
Where to watch live – Fancode
BPH vs TRT Pitch Report
The surface at Trent Bridge has traditionally been a batting paradise, and the last T20I at the venue between India and England was a testament to that. The team batting first has enjoyed more success in Nottingham and the team winning the toss would like to continue that trend by opting to bat first.
BPH vs TRT, 4th match Probable Playing XIs
Birmingham Phoenix :
Moeen Ali (c), Liam Livingstone, Matthew Wade (wk), Will Smeed, Tom Abell, Benny Howell, Miles Hammond, Adam Milne, Imran Tahir, Chris Woakes, Tom Helm
Trent Rockets :
Lewis Gregory (c), Dawid Malan, Tom Kohler-Cadmore (wk), Alex Hales, Joe Root, Colin Munro, Rashid Khan, Luke Fletcher, Daniel Sams, Samuel Cook, Luke Wood
BPH vs TRT, 4th match Probable Top Performers
Probable best batter of the match:
Birmingham’s Liam Livingstone almost pulled off a miraculous chase in the final of last year’s competition. The ballistic all-rounder hasn’t had the best of time with the bat off-late, but the last year’s leading run scorer needs just a few balls to change a course of a game and regain his mojo.
Probable best bowler of the match
Rashid Khan’s bowling exploits is well known around the globe, but knowing one thing and dealing with it are two different things, as the Afghani leggie was a nuisance throughout the competition last year, finishing as the joint top wicket-taker in the inaugural season.
Source By – CricTracker