ESS vs MID Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing 11, Pitch Report and Injury Updates For Group A of English One-Day Cup 2021

English One-Day Cup 2021, Group A: ESS vs MID Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing 11, Pitch Report, and Injury Update

Tom Westley is leading this Essex unit and has started this campaign with a bang.

Peter Handscomb
Peter Handscomb. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

Preview:

With The Hundred’s inaugural edition going on, many English superstars are involved in the newly-formed tournament. But because of this, the One-Day cup in England is giving an opportunity to the youngsters and building a solid base for the counties. In this Group A match, Essex and Middlesex will face each other. 

The match will be played at the home ground of Essex. This will be the first game of the tournament for Middlesex, whowill be led by Peter Handscomb. Essex, on the other hand, started their campaign with a bang, winning against Hampshire away from home. 

Match Details:

Essex vs Middlesex, Group A

Venue: County Ground, Chelmsford

Date & Time: July 25th at 3:30 PM IST and 11:00 AM local time

Live Streaming: Youtube/Team website

Pitch Report:

The wicket in Chelmsford generally is good for batting and has seen many high-scoring battles in recent times. There will be something in it for the spinners.


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Probable Playing XIs for ESS vs MID:

Essex

Tom Westley (c), William Buttleman, Sir Alastair Cook, Michael-Kyle Pepper, Paul Walter, Ryan ten Doeschate, Adam Wheater (wk), Simon Harmer, Aron Nijjar, Shane Snater, James Porter

Middlesex

Peter Handscomb (captain), Martin Andersson, Ethan Bamber, Joe Cracknell, Jack Davies, Max Holden, James Harris, Max Harris, Tim Murtagh, Sam Robson, Robbie White


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Top Picks for ESS vs MID Dream11 Match:

Top Picks ­– Essex

Tom Westley is leading this Essex unit and has started this campaign with a bang. He made a crucial 69 runs from 70 balls, batting at no. 3 in the previous match. 

Simon Harmer played an important role in the opening match of the tournament. He made a valuable contribution with the bat of 32 runs guiding the team home in a run chase. Apart from this, he has taken three wickets. 

Top Picks – Middlesex

Peter Handscomb has a lot of experience of playing for Victoria in Australian domestic circuit and he also is a fantastic white-ball player. He has more than 3,000 runs in List A career with an average close to 40.

Tim Murtagh has been a great servant of the Middlesex club and his white-ball numbers are quite remarkable as well. He has taken 275 wickets in little over 200 games and will be a crucial player for Middlesex. 

ESS vs MID Must Picks for Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

Player Statistics (Career List A Stats)
Ryan Ten Doeschate 6081 runs and 175 wickets
Peter Handscomb 3479 runs 
Simon Harmer 1034 runs and 81 wickets
Tom Westley 2922 runs and 21 wickets
Tim Murtagh 820 runs and 275 wickets

Suggested Playing XI No.1 for ESS vs MID Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

W Buttleman, T Westley, Ryan Ten Doeschate, Peter Handscomb (VC), Max Holden, Simon Harmer (C), P Walter, Tim Murtagh, J Porter, E Bamber, A Nijjar

Suggested Playing XI No.2 for ESS vs MID Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

A Wheater (C), Sam Robson, Peter Handscomb, M Pepper, Alastair Cook (VC), Simon Harmer, J Harris, Tim Murtagh, Shane Snater, M Anderson, A Nijjar


ESS vs MID Risky Captaincy Choices:

Tim Murtagh has not played a single competitive game in recent times. Hence it is a bit risky to pick him as the captain. 

Aron Nijjar is a good player but contributes mainly with the ball, which is why he will be a risky pick as a fantasy captain. 

Player you should avoid:

Robbie Smith is a decent enough player, but he doesn’t have a lot of experience. So, it is better to avoid him in your fantasy team. 

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Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.