London Spirit vs Manchester Originals Match Prediction – Who will win today’s match between LNS vs MNR, The Hundred Men 2022, Match 6
London Spirit and Manchester Originals face off at Lord’s on August 8.
London Spirit and Manchester Originals face off for the sixth match of the second edition of the Hundred at Lord’s on August 8, Monday. Spirits stand fourth on the table after their win against Oval Invincibles in their opening game. The Manchester team, on the other hand, lost their opener against Northern Superchargers.
Spirit won the first game by only three runs defending a total of 171. Fast bowler Nathan Ellis starred with the ball, picking up three wickets for 28 runs in 20 balls, and also won the Man of the Match. Originals lost their first match defending a total of 161, as Superchargers chased it down with six wickets in hand and as many balls to spare.
LNS vs MNR Match Details
Venue: Lord’s Cricket Ground
Date and Time: 8th August at 11:00 PM IST and 6:30 PM Local Time
Telecast & Live Streaming: FanCode
LNS vs MNR Pitch Report
The ‘Mecca of cricket’, Lord’s generally offers a green top with some assistance for the seamers. The runs are usually hard to come by, consequently making games low-scoring affairs. Lord’s is yet to host a game in the 2022 edition of Hundred. But considering the recent T20 on this ground, teams batting first have won more times than not.
LNS vs MNR Probable Playing XIs
Zak Crawley, Adam Rossington (wk), Glenn Maxwell, Dan Lawrence, Eoin Morgan (c), Kieron Pollard, Jordan Thompson, Liam Dawson, Chris Wood, Nathan Ellis, Mason Crane
Jos Buttler (c), Phil Salt (wk), Wayne Madsen, Andre Russell, Paul Walter, Laurie Evans, Ashton Turner, Sean Abbott, Tom Hartley, Fred Klaassen, Matt Parkinson
LNS vs MNR, Probable Top Performers
Probable best batter of the match:
England’s white-ball captain, Jos Buttler, is also one of the best limited-overs in the world players at the moment. He scored a well-made 59 runs off 41 balls in the first game, which is an encouraging sign for the fans after he went through a slight dip against India in July. However, he has had one of his best summers, scoring 863 runs in 17 games for Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022.
Probable best bowler of the match:
Ellis, coming on the back of a Man of the Match performance from the first game, is expected to deliver yet again with the seam-friendly conditions of Lord’s. He is currently the joint-highest wicket-taker in the competition, along with his compatriot Daniel Sams. He also has three wickets for 30 runs for Hampshire against Somerset in July.