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2023 LS-M vs WF-M highlights: Dan Lawrence-led London Spirit is scheduled to play on the 28th match of The Hundred Men Competitions 2023, against Tom Abell-led Welsh Fire.
|Match No||The Hundred Men Competitions 2023, 28th match|
|Match||London Spirit vs Welsh Fire|
|Date||August 20, 2023|
|Toss||London Spirit won the toss and opt to bat|
|Venue||Sophia Gardens, Cardiff|
|Result||Welsh Fire won by 6 wickets|
2023 LS-M vs WF-M Playing 11
London Spirit Squad
Zak Crawley, Adam Rossington (wk), Daniel Lawrence (c), Matthew Wade, Daryl Mitchell, Ravi Bopara, Matthew Critchley, Jordan Thompson, Liam Dawson, Nathan Ellis, Daniel Worrall
Welsh Fire Squad
Stephen Eskinazi, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Clarke (wk), Luke Wells, Tom Abell (c), Glenn Phillips, David Willey, Roelof van der Merwe, Lockie Ferguson, Matt Henry, David Payne
2023 LS-M vs WF-M Scoreboard
|London Spirit||109/9 (100 balls)|
|Welsh Fire||110/4 (93 balls)|
2023 LS-M vs WF-M highlights
London Spirit innings
The Openers Zak Crawley and Rossington were sent out with 2 runs each. With Lawrence having been sent out with a duck by Matt Henry, The London Spirit team lost three wickets on 22 balls scoring 16 runs.
Wade and Daryl had scored 11 and 15 runs respectively. Bopara had scored 24 runs and Critchley had scored 21 runs and was sent out by Lockie.
Liam Dawson scored 24 runs before being sent out by Lockie Ferguson. Willey, Matt Henry, Lockie Ferguson, and Payne had scalped two wickets each.
|Zak Crawley||c †Clarke b Willey||2||11||9||0||0||18.18|
|Adam Rossington †||c Abell b Henry||2||4||22||0||0||50|
|Dan Lawrence (c)||c Abell b Henry||0||2||1||0||0||0|
|Matthew Wade||c †Clarke b Willey||11||6||5||1||1||183.33|
|Daryl Mitchell||c Willey b Payne||15||23||25||1||0||65.21|
|Ravi Bopara||not out||24||20||52||2||0||120|
|Matt Critchley||c Phillips b Ferguson||21||19||14||1||1||110.52|
|Liam Dawson||b Ferguson||24||14||12||2||1||171.42|
|Jordan Thompson||run out (†Clarke)||0||1||2||0||0||0|
|Nathan Ellis||b Payne||0||1||1||0||0||0|
|Roelof van der Merwe||20||2||31||0||1.55||1||0||1||0|
Welsh Fire innings
Starting their innings, Stephen Eskinazi was sent out with 9 runs by Worall. Jonny Bairstow had scored 40 runs and was sent out by Liam Dawson.
Joe Clarke was sent out with 2 runs and Luke Wells was sent out with duck. Tom Abell had scored 37 runs and Glenn Phillips had scored 21 runs. On the conclusion of 93 balls, Welsh Fire had scored 110 runs losing four wickets.
|Stephen Eskinazi||c Mitchell b Worrall||9||6||5||0||1||150|
|Jonny Bairstow||b Dawson||40||38||45||3||0||105.26|
|Joe Clarke †||c †Rossington b Worrall||2||7||5||0||0||28.57|
|Luke Wells||c †Rossington b Worrall||0||2||1||0||0||0|
|Tom Abell (c)||not out||37||26||47||2||1||142.3|
|Glenn Phillips||not out||21||14||16||0||2||150|
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Player of the match
Tom Abell | Welsh Fire
Very happy, we were desperate for the win. We are still in the competition now. Captaincy is all about adapting, it helps when you have a world-class bowling unit. The lads executed the plans perfectly.
We had the luxury of learning from the first innings, but that spell from Worrall was very good. Me and Jonny just wanted to stay there for as long as possible, we knew the runs would come.