Vienna CC will be all set to lock horns with Forfarshire in this crucial European Cricket League encounter. Welcome to the VCC vs FOR Dream11 team prediction today and match preview.
Vienna CC played a decent role in their last match after managing to push for 2 wins in their last 5 games added with an amazing fighting spirit which could play a key role in this match.
Forfarshire on the other hand have a strong team with the right mentality to give their all at the start of this important contest which can only build confidence levels in the remainder of the series.
Probable Winner, Match Tips, and Match Prediction
Vienna CC could win this match by a very close margin.
Pitch Report and Toss
This pitch is well-suited for both departments. The winners of the toss should bat first.
The forecast predicts a pleasant sunny day.
Probable Playing 11
Q.Norris (wk), A.Arif, A.Prakash, A.Rahemi, M.Ansari, M.Simpson-Parker, D.Eckstein, I.Hossain, J.Sadran, S.Momin, J.Syed Afzal
C.Garden (wk), M.Leask, C.Wallace, J.ONeill, J.Sim, A.Bailwal, S.Cameron, J.Hogarth, B.Allchin, F.Duncan, L.James
European Cricket League T10
Match: Vienna CC vs Forfarshire
Date and Time: 9th March – 06:00 PM IST
Venue: Cartama Oval, Malaga, Spain
VCC vs FOR Dream11 Team Prediction Today, Vienna CC vs Forfarshire European Cricket League T10 Fantasy Cricket Picks
Quinton Norris (7.0 Cr) has been consistent with his batting skills that have earned him 443 runs at a strike rate of 205.09 runs in 19 matches that should be witnessed in this contest as our prime choice for this encounter.
Callum Garden (8.0 Cr) has been decent yet consistent with his performances behind the stumps added with his power hitting skills that can be a strong push for this young talent.
Arsalan Arif (8.5 Cr) has scored 69 runs at a strike rate of 164.29 along with 2 wickets in the last 3 matches which could lead to an impressive performance that can keep him motivated for this game.
Ashwin Prakash (7.5 Cr) can provide fantastic shots in the middle order which has earned him 104 runs at a strike rate of 179.31 along with 2 wickets in his last 8 matches with greater overall potential that can be displayed.
Michael Leask (8.5 Cr) is an experienced batsman who has scored 263 runs in his last 13 T10 matches which could lead to a consistent form in the shorter format of the game.
Craig Wallace (8.0 Cr) needs to find consistency as this player has shown his fantastic batting potential in the middle order with swift power-hitting shots that have earned him 140 runs at a strike rate of 190.48.
Mark Simpson Parker (9.0 Cr) can create brilliant batting performances along with his bowling potential that could add up to consistent wickets that make him our prime choice for this match.
Daniel Eckstein (8.0 Cr) was able to showcase his all-round skills that have earned him 233 runs along with 6 wickets in the last 7 matches which makes him a potential game-changer.
Jaweed Sadran (9.0 Cr) has scored decent runs in the tail end of the batting order that has earned him 140 runs at a strike rate of 259.26 along with 8 wickets in the last 8 T10 matches.
Shahil Momin (8.0 Cr) will look to start his campaign with his brilliant show of bowling talent whic can see him break partnerships added with the potential to contain the opposition in this encounter.
Bryce Allchin (8.5 Cr) picked 3 wickets in his last match against this opposition which highlights his understanding of the surface that can be witnessed in this fixture.
Dream11 Team Prediction Captain and Vice-Captain
Q.Norris will be our captain and A.Arif will be our vice-captain because of their ability to help out their team on all fronts which could be the case for this contest.
DREAM 11 TEAM
Norris (C), Garden, Prakash, Arif (VC), Leask, Wallace, Simpson Peters, Eckstein, Sadran, Momin, Allchin
Dream11 Team Disclaimer
The veracity of our selections and team is based on earnest analysis of the league, matches, and playing 11s. We implore you to forage your team by your own accord with these facets helping spur your decision making.
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