OI vs LS 21st Match The Hundred 2023 – The 20th match of The Hundred 2023 will be played between Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit on Tuesday, 15 August 2023 at 11:00 PM 05:30 PM GMT / 06:30 PM LOCAL at Kennington Oval, 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 Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit teams, both teams have very good players.
Here Are the full details of the OI vs LS 21st Match The Hundred 2023 Both Team Squad, Venue, Time and Date, Playing XI, Pitch Report, Match Prediction & Dream 11 team | Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit 21st Match The Hundred 2023
OI vs LS 21st Match The Hundred 2023
|The Hundred 2023
|Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit
|Tuesday, 15 August 2023
|11:00 PM 05:30 PM GMT / 06:30 PM LOCAL
|Kennington Oval, London
When: Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit Match The Hundred 2023 on Tuesday, 15 August 2023, 11:00 PM 05:30 PM GMT / 06:30 PM LOCAL
Where: Kennington Oval, London
Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit Match Live Streaming and Broadcast
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Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit Match Pitch Report
The pitch at the Kennington Oval is a well-balanced track. The tall bowlers will get some extra bounce off the surface, making life difficult for the batters. There will be swing on offer for the new ball bowlers at this venue.
What to expect:
Oval Invincibles Originals: The men’s team of Oval Invincibles is on a roll at the moment. After beating Manchester Originals with an incredible margin of 94 runs they beat Northern Superchargers by a slender margin of 9 runs.
Sam Curran left an impression with his bat and ball. The in-form batsman Jordon Cox managed to hit an unbeaten 73 and took his side to the top of the table. Cox has scored as many as 163 runs so far in the competition from 4 games with a strike rate of 148. Curran provided some fireworks in the later portion of Invincibles innings.
Curran hammered 24 runs from just 12 balls. He was responsible for the Oval Invincibles team total reaching a huge proportion of 185 runs for the loss of 5 wickets. After this, he also picked up a vital catch and also picked up a victim that helped in restricting the Superchargers team to a score of 176 for 8.
Another batsman that made a good impression in the match was Heinrich Klaasen. He scored a superb 46 from 22 balls in the game. Klaasen has so far collected a haul of 125 runs during the season with a remarkable strike rate of 184.
The South African batter Heinrich Klaasen is a genuine match-winner. His team will be looking to get him to continue his form with the bat. Tom and Sam Curran both have picked up 3 wickets each for Oval Invincibles.
The most reliable bowler for Oval Invincibles has been Gus Atkinson. He has picked up 9 scalps from just 4 games at an economy rate of 7.78. They also have the services of the dependable all-rounder Sunil Narine that they can count on. He has picked up 6 wickets so far with an economy rate of 6.88.
Oval Invincibles Key Players
- Heinrich Klaasen- the South African has hit six sixes in each of the last two games. He is a consistent run scorer at a very high strike rate.
- Jordan Cox- England hopeful scored 73 not out from 38 balls on Friday evening, an innings which rightfully saw him awarded Player of the Match.
- Gus Atkinson- many pundits are expecting the quick bowler to be selected for England later this year. He dismissed opener Matthew Short in the last game.
Probable XI: Jason Roy, Will Jacks, Jordan Cox, Heinrich Klaasen, Sam Billings(w/c), Sam Curran, Sunil Narine, Ross Whiteley, Gus Atkinson, Ihsanullah, Adam Zampa
Oval Invincibles Squad: Jason Roy, Sam Billings(w/c), Jordan Cox, Heinrich Klaasen, Ross Whiteley, Will Jacks, Sam Curran, Sunil Narine, Tom Curran, Adam Zampa, Zak Chappell, Nathan Sowter, Danny Briggs, Gus Atkinson, Tawanda Muyeye, Ihsanullah, Tom Lawes
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
Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit Match Winner
Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit Match Prediction
This looks like being another exciting London derby in the Men’s Hundred with Oval Invincibles looking to beat their city rivals once more. London Spirit will be confident after winning their last match but we think Oval Invincibles have too much depth with both bat and ball. Our prediction is for Oval Invincibles to win.
We expect Oval Invincibles to win this match.
Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit Match Top Fantasy Picks
- Zak Crawley
- Adam Rossington
- Daniel Lawrence
- Daniel Worrall
- Nathan Ellis
- Jason Roy
- Will Jacks
- Jordan Cox
- Heinrich Klaasen
- Zak Chappell
- Spencer Johnson
Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit Match Dream11 Fantasy Team
Wicket-keeper: Heinrich Klaasen, Adam Rossington
Batters: Zak Crawley, Daniel Lawrence, Jason Roy, Will Jacks, Jordan Cox
All-rounders: Zak Chappell
Bowlers: Daniel Worrall, Nathan Ellis, Spencer Johnson
Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit Match Both Team Top Batsmen
We are backing Heinrich Klaasen, Jason Roy and Will Jacks with the bat for Oval Invincibles. England international Jacks hit a century in this tournament last year and has an excellent T20 record. Roy has scored over 8500 T20 runs across his career.
Zak Crawley, Matthew Wade and Dan Lawrence are our players to be the top batters for London Spirit. Former Australian international Wade has an excellent short format record at domestic and international level. Crawley has had a fine summer with the bat.
Oval Invincibles vs London Spirit Match Both Team Top Team Bowlers
Nathan Sowter, Zak Chappell, and Gus Atkinson are our bowling choices for Oval Invincibles. Spinner Sowter has been a consistent performer for the team and got the wickets of Ben Duckett and Liam Livingstone in the last game. Atkinson is yet to go wicketless in this campaign.
We are backing Nathan Ellis, Daniel Worrall, and Liam Dawson with the ball for London Spirit. Left-arm spinner Dawson has a strong T20 and Men’s Hundred record and took 2 wickets in the last game. Ellis has an excellent slower ball and causes plenty of problems in short-format cricket.