ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019: Match 32, Group B, Ireland vs Jersey – Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Tips – Playing XI, Pitch Report & Injury Update
Available for only 8.5 credits, the duo of Ben Stevens and Gareth Delany bat in the middle order and are also a genuine wicket-taking threat with the ball.
Updated - Oct 24, 2019 4:02 pm
The match 32 of the ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019 between Ireland and Jersey will be hosted by Sheikh Zayed Stadium Nursery 1, Abu Dhabi
The match starts at 10:00 AM local time (11:30 AM IST) (6:00 AM GMT)
Preview for Dream11 Fantasy
Ireland looks to bounce back into winnings ways as they face Jersey in Match 32 of the ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019. Both teams have won two games each although Jersey has exceeded expectations so far. In spite of boasting international experience and highly talented players such as Paul Stirling and Mark Adair, Ireland has underwhelmed with a loss to Canada denting their chances of qualification. Similarly, Jersey also comes into this game on the back of a loss to Hong Kong.
Ireland will fancy their chances heading into the game with Paul Stirling in fine form for them. With 168 runs to his name, Stirling is also well complemented by Gareth Delany and Andy Balbirnie, which gives them the favourites tag for this game. In spite of the aforementioned, Jersey has already pulled off an upset by beating hosts UAE earlier in the week and will certainly prove to be worthy opponents for the Irish on Friday.
Clear weather albeit with temperature in excess of 30 degrees Celsius is expected in Abu Dhabi. Humid conditions are also on the cards with humidity of 59%, according to AccuWeather. While there is no chance of rain, the weather is perfect for a riveting game of cricket.
The pitch has slowed down considerably over the course of the tournament. Although Ireland and Canada posted 170+ scores in the first two games at the venue, the pitch saw a change in the next two with spinners playing a crucial role due to the amount of turn on offer. Batting first would be ideal with the pitch slowing down as the game progresses.
Average first innings score: 135 (Four ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019 games)
Record of chasing team: Won – 2, Lost – 2
Injury and Availability News:
(Will be added when there is an update)
Probable Playing XIs:
Paul Stirling, Kevin O’Brien, Gareth Delany, Andy Balbirnie, Harry Tector, Gary Wilson (C&WK), Mark Adair, Stuart Thompson, George Dockrell, David Delany, Boyd Rankin
Bench: Craig Young, Shane Getkate, Simi Singh
Nick Ferraby, Harrison Carlyon, Ben Stevens, Jonty Jenner, Nick Greenwood, Ben Ward, Corey Bisson, Dom Blampied, Jake Dunford (WK), Charles Perchard (C), Elliot Miles
Bench: Anthony Hawkins-Kay, Rhys Palmer, Will Robertson, Julius Sumerauer
Paul Stirling has a reputation of scoring quick runs at the top of the order. With 168 runs at a strike rate of 134, Stirling is certainly one to keep an eye in this fixture. Gareth Delany is one of Ireland’s best players in the tournament. While he is known for his leg-spin, his whirlwind knock of 89 in just 49 runs against Oman holds him in good stead.
Although Jersey lost its previous game, Ben Stevens’ performance bodes well for them. The all-rounder picked two wickets and also scored 39 runs to keep Jersey in the hunt. These players should be picked in the Dream11 Fantasy side.
Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:
Captain – Paul Stirling, Ben Stevens, Gareth Delany
Vice-Captain – Andy Balbirnie, Harrison Carlyon, Mark Adair
Suggested Playing XI for Head to Head/Small Leagues for Dream11 Fantasy:
Keeper – Jake Dunford
Batsmen – Paul Stirling (C), Kevin O’Brien, Andy Balbirnie, Jonty Jenner
All-Rounders – Benjamin Ward, Gareth Delany (VC), Ben Stevens
Bowlers – Mark Adair, Boyd Rankin, Charles Perchard
Suggested Playing XI for Grand Leagues/Mega Leagues for Dream11 Fantasy:
Keeper – Jake Dunford
Batsmen – Paul Stirling, Andy Balbirnie (VC), Kevin O’Brien
All-Rounders – Benjamin Ward, Ben Stevens (C), Dom Blampied, Gareth Delany
Bowlers – Mark Adair, David Delany, Charles Perchard
Available for only 8.5 credits, the duo of Ben Stevens and Gareth Delany bat in the middle order and are also a genuine wicket-taking threat with the ball. Both of them are viable options and would also help in the selections of Paul Stirling and Kevin O’Brien, who are rated at 10.5 and 10 credits respectively.
Jonty Jenner has crossed 20 in each of his four innings, which makes a dependable option from the Jersey top order in your Dream11 Fantasy team.
Ireland is expected to win the encounter.