Birmingham Phoenix will host Oval Invincibles in match number 19 of Hundred to be played at Edgbaston on 13th August 2023. Oval Invincibles would look to consolidate their top spot in the points table with another impressive win away from home.
Oval Invincibles registered a thrilling 9 runs win over Northern Superchargers and moved to the top spot. On the other hand, Birmingham Phoenix is struggling now at the bottom place with 2 losses and 2 no-result. Their previous match against Welsh Fire resulted in a loss by 6 wickets at home.
Details– The Hundred 2023, Match 19, Birmingham Phoenix vs Oval Invincibles
Venue– Edgbaston, Birmingham
Date and Time– 13th August, 10.30 PM
This will be the third game at this venue during this Hundred tournament. The previous match between Birmingham Phoenix against Welsh Fire saw a low-scoring affair. Birmingham Phoenix posted 112 for 7 with Liam Livingstone top scorer with 28. In reply, Welsh Fire chased down the target easily.
It provides a balance between bat and ball. The conditions is helpful for the bowlers initially and become a good batting pitch. Oval Invincibles would look to continue their winning form while the Birmingham Phoenix side would look for their first win of the tournament.
The captain that wins the toss is likely to bat first and then choke the opponent batters with quality bowling.
Oval Invincibles (OI) vs Birmingham Phoenix (BP)- Predicted Playing XI
Jason Roy, Will Jacks, Jordan Cox, Heinrich Klassen, Sam Curran, Ross Whitely, Sam Billings ©, Sunil Narine, Gus Atkinson, Spencer Johson, Nathan Sowter.
Will Smeed, Ben Duckett, Jamie Smith, Moeen Ali (C), Liam Livingstone, Dan Mousley, Shahbad Khan, Benny Howell, Adam Milne, Tom Helm, Kane Richardson.
Fantasy Team Selection- Oval Invincibles vs Birmingham Pheonix
Team 1– Jason Roy, Will Smeed, Jordan Cox, Moeen Ali (C), Sam Curran (VC), Dan Mousley, Sam Billings, Shahbad Khan, Gus Atkinson, Adam Milne, Spencer Johson, Kane Richardson.
Team 2– Will Jacks, Ben Duckett, Heinrich Klassen (C), Liam Livingstone (VC), Ross Whitley, Shahbad Khan, Sam Curran, Spencer Johson, Adam Milne, Nathan Sowter, Kane Richardson.