MWR Vs TAN Dream11

MWR Vs TAN Dream11 Team Prediction Today Match

Match Information

MatchMWR Vs TAN Dream11
LeagueMid West Rhinos Vs Tanzania Other T20
Date19th March 2020
Time5:30 PM
StadiumKwekwe Sports Club

MWR Vs TAN Dream11 Prediction

MWR Vs TAN Dream11

This will be the fifth T20 game between Midwest Rhinos a club in Zimbabwe and the Tanzania national cricket team. Nyasha Mayavo is expected to open along with Takudzwanashe Kaitano and Tarisai Musakanda is expected to bat at the fall of a wicket. Jatinkumar Darji, Abhik Patwa, Muhammad Zafar Khan will be the key picks for the Tanzania side. Try the top order batters and bowlers as captains and try to play Grand Leagues and avoid head to head competitions. Trevor Chibvongodze and Kassim Nassoro Mussa are good captaincy choices for grand leagues. Mid West Rhinos have won three out of the four games and are expected to win this game as well. Both the teams are expected to make at least 2 changes.

Pitch Report

This pitch is expected to be a decent batting track and any score around 130 can be defended as this is a game played between associate nations. Pacers are expected to make merry. 150 was chased in the previous game (MWR Vs TAN Dream11)

Weather Report

The weather is set to play fair and the average temperature will be around 28-degrees. There are no possibilities for rain halting the play.(MWR Vs TAN Dream11)

MWR Vs TAN Full Squad

Tanzania: Abhik Patwa Ramesh, Kassim Nassoro Mussa, Riziki Kulwa Mohamed Kiseto, Jittin Pratap Singh, Jatinkumar Darji, Muhammad Zafar Khan, Muhammed Ali, Mohamed Omari Kitunda, Ally Mpeka Kimote, Nasibu Kelvin Mapunda, Salum Jumbe Ally, Zamoyoni Ramadhani Jabeneke, Harsheed Anantakumar Chohan, Jumanne Mohamed Mussa, Nassoro Zahoro Saidi, Athumani Kassimu Kakonzi, Ashish Dilip Kamani and Issa Juma Kikasi

Mid West Rhinos: Bright Matsiwe, Takudzwanashe Kaitano, Tarisai Musakanda, Remembrance Nyathi, Trevor Gwandu, Tashinga Musekiwa, Trevor Chibvongodze, Walter Matawu, Christopher Masike, Jabulisa Tshuma, Tafara Chingwara, Ronald Masocha, Wallace Mubaiwa

MWR Vs TAN Playing 11

Mid West Rhinos: Nyasha Mayavo, Tarisai Musakanda, Remembrance Nyathi, Takudzwanashe Kaitano, Trevor Gwandu, Tashinga Musekiwa, Trevor Chibvongodze, Christopher Masike, Wallace Mubaiwa, Jabulisa Tshuma, Brandon Mavuta

Tanzania: Jatinkumar Darji, Abhik Patwa, Kassim Nassoro Mussa, Zamoyoni Ramadhani Jabeneke, Harsheed Chohan, Nasibu Kelvin Mapunda, Muhammad Zafar Khan, Salum Jumbe Ally, Riziki Kulwa Moh Kiseto, Ally Mpeka Kimote, Jumanne Mussa

Note: This Is Warm-up Match Between Mid West Rhinos Vs Tanzania. So, For This Match Lineups May Be Change Because In Warm-Up Match All Players Can Contribute In Game.

Fantasy Break Down

Wicket-keepers: Issa Juma Kikasi will be the lone wicket-keeper for this match. He should get the nod ahead of other wicket-keepers.

Batsmen: Takudzwanashe Kaitano is a marquee player in this clash. He already has two 40+ scores in this series. Even though he had a rough game yesterday, he is expected to bounce back. He is a must-have alongside Tarisai Musakanda. Musakanda was fabulous in the way he approached his batting. He might have failed in the first two games but bounced back in a very good fashion in the next two matches. From Tanzania, Abhik Patwa and Jatinkumar Darji would suffice.

All-rounders: All-rounders are very important in T20s as they fetch points with both bat and ball. So, stacking the fantasy team with four all-rounders will do the trick. Brandon Mavuta, the star player has been the best bet with the ball so far in the series. He has fetched 121 fantasy points so far and looks good to fetch more in the remaining two games. Trevor Gwandu is another such player who has showcased his talent with the ball and he is a must-have in the fantasy team if he makes the eleven. Other worthy picks are Zamoyoni Ramadhani Jabeneke and Trevor Chibvongodze. Ramadhani is having a good time with both bat and ball. He is pretty much a dasher and his late order striking will prove crucial.

Bowlers: Wallace Mubaiwa is on a roll with 127 fantasy points in just two games, he must have a place in the fantasy team. The other two picks are Josh Mawire and Muhammed Ali. Josh did not take part in the first three matches but surprised the fantasy users with his amazing spell. He is definitely the one to watch out.

MWR Vs TAN Dream11 Top Picks

T Gwandu (MWR) – T Gwandu was the best bowler in the 3rd T20. His 3-fer came at a bowling economy of 4.7 runs per over. Gwandu is listed as an all-rounder on Dream11 and has a batting strike rate of 103 in List A matches. Including all-rounders in the team can work as a wise decision as they have the potential to perform with either bat or ball and if they flourish in both disciplines, the upward potential of points increases manifold.

Ashish Kamani (TAN) – He is a lower middle-order batsman, who scored 21 runs coming in the 3rd T20. He paced his innings at a strike rate 112 and almost half of his runs came in the form of boundaries. This suggests that Ashish is an accumulator of runs and not overly dependent on the big shots. He is a reliable fielder and held a catch during the 3rd T20 as well.

Jabulisa Tshuma (MWR) – Tshuma has bagged 4 wickets in the first two T20 matches and was rested for the 3rd He will be raring to go in the remainder of the series. His price point and effectiveness makes him a must-have bowler if he makes the start for his team.

Wallace Mubaiwa (MWR) – Wallace was one of the best performers in the 4th T20 picking a 3-fer at a bowling economy of 7.5 runs per over. He was effective with the ball in the 3rd T20 as well and bagged 2-fer at a bowling economy of 5 runs per over. His inclusion at 8 credits shall give you the flexibility to stretch the credits to spare on premium buys.

MWR Vs TAN Dream11 Team

MWR Vs TAN Dream11 Team
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