Oval Invincibles vs Welsh Fire Highlights
Oval Invincibles vs Welsh Fire Highlights

Oval Invincibles vs Welsh Fire Highlights: The 16th league match of the Hundred tournament is set to play between Oval Invincibles and Welsh Fire.

Oval Invincibles vs Welsh Fire

Match
Oval Invincibles vs Welsh Fire, 16th Match
DateMonday, August 02, 2021
Toss
Oval Invincibles won the toss and opt to bowl
Time11:00 PM
Venue
Kennington Oval, London

 

Oval Invincibles vs Welsh Fire Squad

Oval Invincibles Playing XI

Jason Roy, Will Jacks, Sunil Narine, Colin Ingram, Jordan Clark, Sam Billings (c & wk), Laurie Evans, Tom Curran, Tabraiz Shamsi, Reece Topley, Saqib Mahmood

Bench: Nathan Sowter, Sandeep Lamichhane, Jordan Cox, Brandon Glover, Alex Blake

Welsh Fire Playing XI

Tom Banton (wk), Joshua Cobb, Ben Duckett (c), Glenn Phillips, Leus du Plooy, James Neesham, Matthew Critchley, Ryan Higgins, Qais Ahmad, Matt Milnes, David Payne

Bench: Jake Ball, Graeme White, David Lloyd, Ian Cockbain

Oval Invincibles vs Welsh Fire Highlights

Welsh Fire Batting

Tom Banton and Cobb gets into the crease to lead Welsh Fire while Topley opens the bowling attack.

Cobb fails to give the expected start for the Welsh Fire and return to the pavilion after scoring 12 runs. Duckett then made the strong basement for the team by scoring 65 runs and drags the team to score 121 runs for 7 wickets loss.

Oval Invincibles Batting

Roy and Will Jacks opens the batting attack to lead Oval Invincibles to chase down the target of 122 runs. While Payne opens the bowling attack.

With skipper, Sam Billing’s impressive unbeaten 40 runs Oval Invincibles bags their 2nd victory of the tournament. 

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Player of the match

Sam Billings

The bowlers did really well in the last game and showed their class on a really good wicket as well. Great work in front of the home crowd. Our fielding in the last couple of games, we need to work on if we want to go all the way.

It’s such a key in the shorter formats. We are never happy, we want to move forward and we have a high-class side as well. We back ourselves to adapt on any pitch, at times it wasn’t pretty tonight but we got the job done.

It’s a role I enjoy – everyone wants to bat in the powerplay, I’m happy in the middle. Laurie batted brilliantly, we wanted to take it deep and when it was time to push the button, we did. I do my homework with regards to the captaincy and I enjoy doing it.

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