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Cricket Free Tips | Emirates D20 2020, Semi-Final 2: ECB Blues vs Sharjah Bukhatir XI

In the process of Emirates D20 2020, ECB Blues and Sharjah have had a comfortable season. They won tickets to the semi-finals by playing some fantastic cricket and are now only a step away from playing in the all-important final.

Sharjah won 11 points in the league phase, which put them in the third position. The ECB Blues showed greater consistency and won seven of their 10 matches, winning 14 points in the process. Both sides will be desperate not to let it go for waste and continue their form into the semis, considering the hard work and commitment they have put in during the league phase.

 

Weather 

Norain will be interrupted during the game, and the weather will be hovering around 22°C. A full cricket game can be expected.

 

Pitch 

In the ICC Academy, the batsmen can find a decent pitch to bat. The bowlers had something on this track as well. A par score of 160-165 runs is played during the past few games.

 

Playing XIs:

ECB Blues:

Basil Hameed (c), Vriitya Aravind (wk), Ansh Tandon, Aryan Lakra, Fahad Nawaz, M Farazuddin, Chundangapoyil Rizwan, Sanchit Sharma, Alishan Sharafu, Waheed Ahmad, Karthik Palaniapan Meiyappan

 

Sharjah Bukhatir XI:

Fayyaz Ahmad (c), Mohammad Boota (wk), Kashif Daud, Umair Ali, Renjth Mani, Khalid Shah, Hafeez Rahman, Badiuzzama Sayed, Arsalan Javed, Krishnan Paul, Faisal Altaf

 

ECB Blues vs Sharjah Bukhatir XI Dream 11:

Waheed Ahmad (c), Vriitya Aravind (wk), Basil Hameed, Renjith Mani, Ali Shan-Sharafu, Kashif Daud, Aryan Lakra, Umair Ali, Faisal Altaf, M Farazuddin, Karthik Palaniapan Meiyappan

 

Throughout this tournament, the ECB Blues have been in good form. They could have lost their last match against Ajman in the season. They did, however, take seven out of their 10 games. The Fujairah table-toppers were the only team to beat the ECB Blues before the match against Ajman. The batsmen just didn’t set the stage on fire. However, the bowlers have been exceptional, and the ECB could be slight favourites going into this semi-final.

 

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