TRT-W vs LNS-W Match Prediction – Who will win today’s The Hundred Women match?
The match will be played on August 20 (Saturday).
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Trent Rockets will take on London Spirit in the next group stage match of 2022 The Hundred Women’s competition. The encounter will be played at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on August 20 (Saturday). To note, both teams are coming to the competition after losing their previous encounters.
Talking about their standings in the points table, the Rockets are placed fourth with just one win in three matches. Meanwhile, the Spirit side has lost both of their previous matches and is placed second last. The upcoming match will be important for both teams as it might decide the fate of both sides in this year’s competition.
TRT-W vs LNS-W Match Details
Venue – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Date and Time – August 20, 8:00 PM IST
Where to watch live – FanCode
TRT-W vs LNS-W Pitch Report
The wicket at Trent Bridge might produce a high-scoring encounter with both teams looking to capitalize during the field restrictions. The bowlers will need to vary their lines and lengths in order to get successful on the wicket. Skipper winning the toss might prefer to chase.
TRT-W vs LNS-W, Match 12, Probable Playing XIs
Elyse Villani, Bryony Smith, Natalie Sciver (c), Mignon du Preez, Marie Kelly, Abigail Freeborn (wk), Katherine Brunt, Alana King, Sarah Glenn, Kathryn Bryce, Sophie Munro
Beth Mooney (wk), Grace Scrivens, Amelia Kerr, Danielle Gibson, Naomi Dattani, Sophie Luff, Alice Monaghan, Charlotte Dean (c), Natasha Wraith, Freya Davies, Megan Schutt
TRT-W vs LNS-W, Match 12, Probable Top Performers
Probable best batter of the match:
The wicketkeeper-batter Beth Mooney played a decent knock of 30 runs in just 20 balls after stroking a total of four boundaries in the previous match. However, she unfortunately got run out. The experienced batter will want to redeem herself in the next match and try to play a big innings for her team.
Probable best bowler of the match:
All-rounder Amelia Kerr was excellent during her last outing as she scalped a total of two wickets with her leg spin and gave away just 27 runs in her 20-delivery quota. Kerr has the tendency to bowl slow through the air which helps her to get good turn from the wicket. The Kiwi all-rounder will be looking to have a good outing against the Rockets as well.