LS vs NS 24th Match The Hundred 2023 – The 24th match of The Hundred 2023 will be played between London Spirit vs Northern Superchargers on Friday, 18 August 2023 at 11:00 PM 05:30 PM GMT / 06:30 PM LOCAL at Lord’s, London.
The toss of this match will be done 30 minutes before the start of the match i.e. at 10:00 PM, as I have already been told that this match will be played between London Spirit vs Northern Superchargers teams, both teams have very good players.
Here Are the full details of the LS vs NS 24th Match The Hundred 2023 Both Team Squad, Venue, Time and Date, Playing XI, Pitch Report, Match Prediction & Dream 11 team | London Spirit vs Northern Superchargers 24th Match The Hundred 2023
LS vs NS 24th Match The Hundred 2023
|The Hundred 2023
|London Spirit vs Northern Superchargers
|Friday, 18 August 2023
|11:00 PM 05:30 PM GMT / 06:30 PM LOCAL
When: London Spirit vs Northern Superchargers Match The Hundred 2023 on Thursday, Friday, 18 August 2023, 11:00 PM 05:30 PM GMT / 06:30 PM LOCAL
Where: Lord’s, London
London Spirit vs Northern Superchargers Match Live Streaming and Broadcast
The Hundred 2023 will be live-streamed on Major national and international tv channels and live-streaming platforms.
- India: Sony Sports Ten 5; Sony LIV, FanCode
- USA: Sling TV; Willow TV
- UK: Sky Sports
- Australia: Foxtel; Kayo
- Caribbean: Flow Sports
- Sub-Saharan Africa: SuperSport
- Mainland Europe: ICC TV
- New Zealand: TVNZ
- Singapore: Singtel
- Hong Kong: PCCW
- Malaysia: Astro
- MENA: beIN Sports
London Spirit vs Northern Superchargers Match Pitch Report
The pitch at the Lord’s in London offers an equal degree of assistance to both batters and bowlers. The batters will have to be on their toes while batting here as the pacers get nice movement off the surface
What to expect:
London Spirit: London Spirit lost their first match of the season to Oval Invincibles by 3 wickets. Their next match was against Manchester Originals, where they had conceded 138-5 in 80 balls before rain came down and no further play was possible.
Adam Rossington (189 runs in the last 10 matches at a strike rate of 180) and Dan Lawrence (126 runs in the last 8 matches at 126) will be the key to providing London with a solid start.
Matthew Wade played a fine hand of 37 off 27 balls in the first match against Oval Invincibles and will look to continue his form. Another one to watch out for is Daryl Mitchell. The experienced Kiwi middle-order batter was in excellent touch in the recent T20 Vitality Blast, amassing 435 runs in 14 innings for Lancashire at an average of 43.50 and a strike rate of 160. He’s had a lot of playing time in these conditions recently and is our batter to watch out for.
When it comes to bowling, Jordan Thompson (14 wickets in the last 10 matches at an economy of 9.30 runs per ball) and Mason Crane (11 wickets in the last 8 matches at an economy of 9.25 runs per ball) are the ones worth backing.
London Spirit Key Players
- Zak Crawley – The England Test opener is a naturally aggressive batter and is particularly strong when driving through the off-side.
- Ravi Bopara – At 38 years of age, the batting all-rounder brings the experience of over 450 T20 games to London Spirit. He dismissed Jos Buttler and Paul Walter at Old Trafford on Saturday.
- Liam Dawson – The left-arm spinner has been linked with an England Test recall for next January’s tour of India. He has an excellent domestic white ball record.
Probable XI: Adam Rossington(w), Zak Crawley, Daniel Lawrence(c), Matthew Wade, Daryl Mitchell, Ravi Bopara, Matthew Critchley, Jordan Thompson, Liam Dawson, Nathan Ellis, Daniel Worrall
London Spirit Squad: Matthew Wade(w), Zak Crawley, Daniel Lawrence(c), Daniel Bell-Drummond, Michael-Kyle Pepper, Adam Rossington, Daryl Mitchell, Ravi Bopara, Liam Dawson, Chris Wood, Mark Wood, Nathan Ellis, Jordan Thompson, Mason Crane, Matthew Critchley, Daniel Worrall
Northern Superchargers: Just like their opponents, the Superchargers have won 1 match, while one was washed out. However, the big win against Southern Brave means that Superchargers have an excellent NRR and are at the top of the points table.
It was a brilliant batting performance by the Superchargers in their last match.
Tom Banton and Matthew Short were in blazing form as they put up 97 runs for the opening wicket. Short went on to score 73 off just 36 deliveries and played an important role in getting his team to a big total. Harry Brook too scored a half-century and is in fine form.
The Superchargers will be hoping that David Weise and Adam Hose can give them a strong finish in the final overs. The bowlers’ contribution was equally important in their team’s victory.
Reece Topley was the pick of the lot with 3 wickets and we can expect another good spell from him as he eyes a spot in the national team. He will be supported by Wayne Parnell and Brydon Carse in the seam attack, while Adil Rashid, Callum Parkinson, and Short will feature in the spin department.
Northern Superchargers Key Players
- Harry Brook- the England Test middle order batter tends to bat at the top of the order in short format cricket. He has experience in the BBL, IPL and PSL.
- Tom Banton- the opening batter showed that he is back to his best by hitting seven fours and five sixes in his innings against Oval Invincibles.
- Adam Hose- the 30-year-old middle-order batter made his best score of the tournament on Friday with a quickfire 41 runs from 19 balls.
- Wayne Parnell- the left-arm medium-fast bowler picked up the wickets of Sam Curran and Ross Whiteley with the 97th and 98th balls in the last game.
- Reece Topley- the tall left-arm pace bowler had to miss the T20 World Cup through injury last year but is looking to prove his fitness in this tournament ahead of the ODI World Cup later this year.
Probable XI: Tom Banton(w), Matthew Short, Harry Brook, Adam Hose, Saif Zaib, David Wiese, Brydon Carse, Wayne Parnell(c), Adil Rashid, Reece Topley, Callum Parkinson
Northern Superchargers Squad: Harry Brook, Tom Banton(w), Matthew Short, Ben Stokes, Adam Lyth, David Wiese, Wayne Parnell(c), Adil Rashid, Reece Topley, Ollie Robinson, Saif Zaib, Adam Hose, Brydon Carse, Callum Parkinson, Matthew Potts, Bas de Leede
London Spirit vs Northern Superchargers Match Winner
London Spirit vs Northern Superchargers Match Prediction
Due to how close the league table is both teams still have realistic ambitions of reaching the playoffs but must win this game to give themselves the best opportunity of doing so. We expect a high-scoring game but are backing Reece Topley to have a big impact on the match. Our prediction is for Northern Superchargers to win.
We expect Northern Superchargers to win this match.
London Spirit vs Northern Superchargers Match Top Fantasy Picks
- Zak Crawley
- Adam Rossington
- Daniel Lawrence
- Matthew Critchley
- Nathan Ellis
- Daniel Worrall
- Tom Banton
- Matthew Short
- Harry Brook
- David Wiese
- Reece Topley
London Spirit vs Northern Superchargers Match Dream11 Fantasy Team
Wicket-keeper: Adam Rossington, Tom Banton
Batters: Zak Crawley, Daniel Lawrence, Matthew Short, Harry Brook
All-rounders: Matthew Critchley, David Wiese
Bowlers: Nathan Ellis, Daniel Worrall, Reece Topley
London Spirit vs Northern Superchargers Match Both Team Top Batsmen
For London Spirit, Zak Crawley, Adam Rossington, and Dan Lawrence are our batting selections. Skipper Lawrence hit a brilliant 93 runs from 49 balls at Lord’s only two games ago. Rossington has played in the Pakistan Super League as well as the SA20.
With the bat, Tom Banton, Matthew Short, and Harry Brook are our tips for Northern Superchargers. Brook hit two fours and one six before being dismissed in the last game. Keeper-batter Banton has made 18 scores of 50+ in T20 cricket.
London Spirit vs Northern Superchargers Match Both Team Top Team Bowlers
With the ball, Nathan Ellis, Daniel Worrall, and Liam Dawson are our picks for London Spirit. Left-arm spinner Dawson has been linked with an England recall across all formats and he took 2 wickets in the last match at Lord’s. Australian Worrall has an excellent short-format record in England.
Reece Topley, Adil Rashid, and Brydon Carse are our bowling choices for Northern Superchargers. Carse bowls with good pace and picked up the wicket of big-hitting Paul Walter in the last match. Rashid has gone wicketless in only one match so far in this season’s Men’s Hundred.