LAKR vs SOR 12th Match Major League Cricket 2023 – The 12th match of Major League Cricket 2023 will be played between Los Angeles Knight Riders vs Seattle Orcas on Sunday, 23 July 2023, at 11:00 PM | 01:30 PM LOCAL at Church Street Park, Morrisville.
The toss of this match will be done 30 minutes before the start of the match i.e. at 6:30 AM, as I have already been told that this match will be played between Los Angeles Knight Riders vs Seattle Orcas teams, both teams have very good players.
Here Are the full details of the LAKR vs SOR 12th Match Major League Cricket 2023 Both Team Squad, Venue, Time and Date, Playing XI, Pitch Report, Match Prediction & Dream 11 team | Los Angeles Knight Riders vs Seattle Orcas 12th Match Match Major League Cricket 2023
LAKR vs SOR 12th Match Major League Cricket 2023
|Major League Cricket 2023
|Los Angeles Knight Riders vs Seattle Orcas
|Sunday, 23 July 2023
|11:00 PM | 01:30 PM LOCAL
|Church Street Park, Morrisville
When: Los Angeles Knight Riders vs Seattle Orcas Match Major League Cricket 2023 on Sunday, 23 July 2023, 11:00 PM | 01:30 PM LOCAL
Where: Church Street Park, Morrisville.
Los Angeles Knight Riders vs Seattle Orcas Match Live Streaming and Broadcast
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Los Angeles Knight Riders vs Seattle Orcas Match Pitch Report
Church Street Park in Morrisville is likely to have a level playing field that benefits both batters and bowlers equally. The Pacers will rule, as evidenced by their success in recent games in every phase of the game. Since this is the second game at this venue in this competition, the team that wins the toss will attempt to bowl in order to learn more about the surface and its behavior.
What to expect:
Los Angeles Knight Riders: After losing all three of their games, Los Angeles Knight Riders now would need massive luck going their way if they want to make it to the top four. They are coming off a 21-run loss against San Francisco Unicorns, where they ended up with 191-5 in a chase of 213.
The Knight Riders have themselves to blame as they refuse to allow their best batters to bat high up in the order. The likes of Nitish Kumar shouldn’t be batting at No.3 as he ends up eating up too many balls, which is costing them badly. The experienced Rilee Rossouw should take that position. We believe that doing so will help provide them with the stability they need to build their innings.
Andre Russell (99 runs from 3 matches at a strike rate of 150) has been their best batter but is batting too low at No.6. Moving him one place above will allow him to play longer and inflict more damage.
Jason Roy impressed with an attractive 45 off 21 balls in his first match of the season. Roy can be a game-changer for the team if he gets going.
Los Angeles Knight Riders Key Players
- Jason Roy – The Englishman was a late arrival to the competition after Surrey reached the final of the T20 Blast. He scored eight boundaries at the top of the order in his first appearance.
- Andre Russell – The 35-year-old former West Indies international hit four sixes in his innings of 42 not out from 26 balls on Tuesday.
- Adam Zampa – The right-arm spinner impressed against the San Francisco Unicorns by taking the wickets of Shadab Khan, Corey Anderson, and Tajinder Singh.
Probable XI: Jason Roy, Unmukt Chand, Rilee Rossouw, Nitish Kumar, Jaskaran Malhotra (wk), Andre Russell, Sunil Narine (c), Corne Dry, Adam Zampa, Ali Khan, Lockie Ferguson
Los Angeles Knight Riders Squad: Jaskaran Malhotra, Jason Roy, Martin Guptill, Nitish Kumar, Rilee Rossouw, Saif Badar, Unmukt Chand, Ali Sheikh, Andre Russell, Bhaskar Yadram, Shadley van Schalkwyk, Sunil Narine, Adam Zampa, Ali Khan, Corne Dry, Lockie Ferguson
Seattle Orcas: Seattle Orcas’ win over Washington Freedom at Grand Prairie Stadium wasn’t the most convincing one, but they will still be overall happy with the end result. On a wicket that became a little two-paced, they struggled a bit in their chase of 145, but eventually crossed the mark with two balls to spare. Opener Nauman Anwar top-scored with a fluent 48 off 37 balls, while Imad Wasim provided the finishing touches with his unbeaten 43 off 28 balls.
The Orcas’ batting largely depends on Quinton de Kock at the top and Heinrich Klaasen in the middle, with Shimron Hetmyer as their designated finisher. Both De Kock and Klaasen failed to make any contribution in the first game, but we expect either one of them to go make an impact in this match. Hetmyer did his job well in the last match, scoring 23 off 19 balls in the dying moments of the chase. He is likely to continue his good work.
The Orcas produced a solid bowling performance in the first match against MI, restricting them to 144-7 in their 20 overs. Left-arm spinner Imad Wasim was miserly as ever in the Powerplay, and he will pose the biggest challenge to Francisco’s top-order. Andrew Tye (1-26 off 4 overs) bowled tight lines and lengths, and the team will continue to use him in the middle overs.
One major issue for the Seattle Orcas is their bowling department, which lacks experienced seamers beyond Parnell. This can prove to be a big hurdle for them in the tournament.
Seattle Orcas Key Players
- Heinrich Klaasen – The South African power-hitter was in brilliant form during the 2023 Indian Premier League and produced a Player of the Match performance in the last game.
- Shimron Hetmyer – The 26-year-old West Indies international finished on 36 not out in his last innings. He is a very attacking batter and will enjoy the pace on offer in Morrisville.
- Cameron Gannon – The experienced USA pace bowler took three wickets from four balls in the 18th over against San Francisco. He should generate good speed from this pitch as well.
Seattle Orcas Squad: Quinton de Kock(w), Nauman Anwar, Shimron Hetmyer, Heinrich Klaasen, Imad Wasim, Shehan Jayasuriya, Shubham Ranjane, Cameron Gannon, Wayne Parnell(c), Harmeet Singh, Andrew Tye, Angelo Perera, Dasun Shanaka, Dwaine Pretorius, Hayden Walsh, Aaron Jones, Nisarg Patel, Phani Simhadri, Matthew Tromp
Los Angeles Knight Riders vs Seattle Orcas Match Winner
San Francisco Unicorns
Los Angeles Knight Riders vs Seattle Orcas Match Prediction
Seattle Orcas has done well in the last two games. However, the side faces a herculean task in this game. Their bowlers must be on the money to restrict the Los Angeles Knight Riders. The Orcas have a strong batting line-up, putting them slightly ahead in the game.
Los Angeles Knight Riders vs Seattle Orcas Match Top Fantasy Picks
- Jason Roy
- Rilee Rossouw
- Andre Russell
- Sunil Narine
- Adam Zampa
- Lockie Ferguson
- Quinton de Kock
- Shimron Hetmyer
- Heinrich Klaasen
- Cameron Gannon
- Andrew Tye
Los Angeles Knight Riders vs Seattle Orcas Match Dream11 Fantasy Team
Wicket-keeper: Quinton de Kock, Heinrich Klaasen
Batters: Jason Roy, Rilee Rossouw, Shimron Hetmyer
All-rounders: Andre Russell, Sunil Narine
Bowlers: Adam Zampa, Lockie Ferguson, Cameron Gannon, Andrew Tye
Los Angeles Knight Riders vs Seattle Orcas Match Both Team Top Batsmen
We recommend Jason Roy, Rilee Rossouw, and Andre Russell as our batting choices for Los Angeles Knight Riders. Rossouw is yet to make a big score in the tournament but is one of the most exciting left-handed top-order batters in T20 cricket. Roy’s top T20 score is 145 not out.
Quinton de Kock, Heinrich Klaasen, and Shimron Hetmyer are our tips with the bat for Seattle Orcas. Keeper-batter de Kock is yet to make a big score in this tournament but has a brilliant T20 record. Klaasen has a T20 strike rate of 143.91 from 142 innings.
Los Angeles Knight Riders vs Seattle Orcas Match Both Team Top Team Bowlers
Our bowling selections are Lockie Ferguson, Adam Zampa, and Andre Russell for Los Angeles Knight Riders. Ferguson was rested for the last game but will enjoy the pace on offer in this surface. Russell needs 3 wickets to bring up 400 dismissals in T20 cricket.
We are backing Cameron Gannon, Wayne Parnell, and Harmeet Singh with the ball for Seattle Orcas. Left-arm spinner Singh has figures of 2-24 and 1-15 so far in the competition. Captain Parnell is very experienced in this format with best figures of 5-30.