The Hundred Men’s 2021, Match 29: TRT vs MNR Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Tips, Playing 11, Pitch Report and Injury Update
Alex Hales will be dangerous if he plays long.
Trent Rockets will lock horns with Manchester Originals in the 29th match of the Hundred Men’s 2021 on Sunday. A defeat in their previous game against Birmingham Phoenix made things worse for the Trent Rockets in terms of their playoff qualification. They are still in the hunt, but must win this match by a massive margin. They have placed themselves at the 4th spot in the standings with 8 points.
Manchester Originals are already knocked out of the playoffs contention. They lost to London Spirit by 6 runs, which ended whatever hopes they had. Colin Ackermann’s gritty knock couldn’t save them either. They want to end their journey with a win.
Trent Rockets vs Manchester Originals, Match 29
Venue: Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Date & Time: August 15th at 11:30 PM IST and 7:00 PM local time
Live Streaming: Fancode
Over 300 runs have been scored in the previous match between Trent Rockets and Birmingham Phoenix, which clearly shows it’s an excellent track to bat on. A target of more than 150 automatically puts teams chasing under a tremendous amount of pressure.
Probable Playing XIs for TRT vs MNR:
Alex Hales, D’Arcy Short, Dawid Malan, Steven Mullaney, Samit Patel, Lewis Gregory (c), Tom Moores (wk), Rashid Khan, Matthew Carter, Sam Cook, Marchant de Lange
Phil Salt (wk), Joe Clarke, Colin Munro, Colin Ackermann, Tom Lammonby, Carlos Brathwaite (c), Calvin Harrison, Tom Hartley, Lockie Ferguson, Fred Klaassen, Matt Parkinson
Top Picks for TRT vs MNR Dream11 Match:
Top Picks – Batsmen
Alex Hales is a key player for Trent Rockets at the top of the order, but he hasn’t capitalized on the starts he is getting in this tournament. That being said, he is still the leading run-scorer for his side with 163 runs in 7 matches.
Colin Munro will be gutted not to find a place in New Zealand’s T20 World Cup squad. He has scored the most runs for Manchester Originals in this tournament, with 120 runs in 6 matches.
Top Picks – All-Rounders
Lewis Gregory is a useful all-round cricketer, who has scored 96 runs and has also picked up 2 wickets so far in this tournament.
Colin Ackermann deserves all the credit for his fighting knock of 53 runs from 40 deliveries in the previous match against London Spirit. Overall in this tournament, he has scored 88 runs in 4 innings and has picked up a wicket as well.
Top Picks – Bowlers
Rashid Khan has scalped 9 wickets in 7 matches, which is the most by any player for Trent Rockets in this tournament. He is also a handy customer with the bat lower down the order.
Wrist spinner Matt Parkinson is the pick of the bowlers from Manchester Originals in this competition. He has picked up 7 wickets in 5 matches, with the best figures of 4/9.
Top Picks – Wicketkeepers
Phil Salt is in decent knick with the bat, having scored 107 runs in 6 matches at an average of 17.83, with the highest score of 30.
TRT vs MNR Must Picks for Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
|Player||Statistics (This Tournament)||Dream11 Points|
|Alex Hales||163 runs||256|
|Colin Munro||120 runs||182|
|Colin Ackermann||88 runs and one wicket||163|
|Rashid Khan||9 wickets and 44 runs||384|
|Samit Patel||124 runs and 7 wickets||378|
Suggested Playing XI No.1 for TRT vs MNR Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
Phil Salt, Alex Hales (c), Colin Munro, Steven Mullaney, D’Arcy Short, Samit Patel, Carlos Brathwaite, Colin Ackermann (vc), Marchant de Lange, Matt Parkinson, Rashid Khan
Suggested Playing XI No.2 for TRT vs MNR Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:
Phil Salt (c), Alex Hales, Dawid Malan (vc), D’Arcy Short, Tom Lammonby, Lewis Gregory, Carlos Brathwaite, Colin Ackermann, Marchant de Lange, Lockie Ferguson, Tom Hartley
TRT vs MNR Risky Captaincy Choices:
Steven Mullaney has scored 70 runs in 3 innings and has picked up a wicket as well. He had a good game against Birmingham Phoenix, where he scored 49 runs. You can take a risk and pick him as your fantasy team skipper.
Carlos Brathwaite is a big hitter and is capable of picking wickets with the ball as well. Considering his decent performances, he is a risky captaincy pick for your fantasy teams.
Player you should avoid:
Tom Moores bats are generally in the middle order and there is less scope for him to fetch more points. Hence, it’s better to avoid him while making your fantasy teams.