- Match: Northern Superchargers (NOR) vs Welsh Fire (WEF)
- Date- 22nd August 2023
- Match Format- 100 balls
- Venue- Headingley, Leeds
- Time- 11:00 PM (IST)
- Weather Forecast- Partly Cloudy, 21℃
Northern Superchargers vs Welsh Fire Today Match Prediction Preview:
Welcome to the NOR vs WEF Today Prediction curated by Kheltalk cricket experts. In Match 30 of the ongoing The Hundred, Northern Superchargers will be crossing swords with Welsh Fire.
Both the two teams are coming on the back of contrasting fortunes in the ongoing The Hundred 2023. While Northern Superchargers tasted defeat in their previous game, Welsh Fire won their previous match.
Northern Superchargers have already been eliminated from the playoffs race and they will be playing for pride and prestige.
Tom Banton and co. would be hoping to finish their sojourn on a high and win this game at Leeds.
Top Batters NOR vs WEF
- Stephen Eskinazi (WEF)- 150 runs in the tournament
- Joe Clarke (WEF)- 141 runs in the tournament
- Matthew Short (WEF)- 150 runs in the tournament
Top Bowlers for NOR vs WEF
- Reece Topley (NOR)- 13 wickets in the tournament
- David Payne (WEF)- 7 wickets in the tournament
- Adil Rashid (NOR)- 10 wickets in the tournament
NOR vs WEF Today Match Prediction Scenarios
Scenario 1- If NOR bats first
- First Innings score prediction- NOR is expected to score 140-160 runs
- Result prediction- NOR will win the match by 15-25 runs
Scenario 2- If WEF bats first
- First Innings score prediction- WEF is expected to score 160-170 runs
- Result prediction- NOR will win the match 6 wickets
NOR vs WEF Today Match Prediction, Match 30, Who Will Win the Match?
Northern Superchargers to win
We predict that Northern Superchargers be winning this The Hundred 2023 game. They would be desperate to finish on a high and would be hoping to conjure magic in this The Hundred 2023 game.
Team Update/Players Availability/Injury News
There are no injury news as of now. We will update if there are any updates.
Probable Playing 11
Northern Superchargers Playing XI
HC Brook, A Lyth, BFW de Leede, WD Parnell, Ben Stokes, MW Short, T Banton (C), Ollie Robinson, MJ Potts, AU Rashid, RJW Topley
Welsh Fire Playing XI
Stevie Eskinazi, SS Eskinazi, TB Abell (C), DJ Willey, RE van der Merwe, JM Bairstow (wk), JM Clarke, Glenn Phillips, S Afridi, JT Ball, Haris Rauf
Northern Superchargers Squad
Tom Banton(w), Matthew Short, Harry Brook, Adam Hose, Saif Zaib, David Wiese, Brydon Carse, Wayne Parnell(c), Adil Rashid, Reece Topley, Callum Parkinson, Adam Lyth, Ben Stokes, Ollie Robinson, Matthew Potts, Bas de Leede
Welsh Fire Squad
Alex Hales, Dawid Malan, Tom Kohler-Cadmore(w), Colin Munro, Sam Hain, Lewis Gregory(c), Imad Wasim, Daniel Sams, Matthew Carter, Luke Wood, Sam Cook, Samit Patel, Joe Root, Brad Wheal, Rashid Khan, Tom Moores, John Turner