Welcome to our fantasy predictions for the second match of tonight’s match between Trent Rockets and Northern Superchargers. This is 7th match of The Hundred and the newly formatted league has been fascinated so far. Rockets and Superchargers both will meet in tonight’s encounter for their respective 2nd league match. Rockets had the best possible start to their campaign while Superchargers just fell short in their first match while chasing the highest target of the league so far. This promises to be high scoring encounter unless rain spoils the party.
Find out our picks for the Dream11 Fantasy Prediction for tonight’s men’s match between Trent Rockets and Northern Superchargers:
- Tom Moores (TRT): Moores didn’t require to show his batting skills in the first game as Rockets had a very comfortable win but he can be a very healthy batsman for lower-order hitting.
- Tom Kohler Cadmore (NOS): Tom probably didn’t have the first game as per his liking but he would be keen to get in the zone. Also, a good wicket-keeper to grab some points behind the stumps.
- Dawid Malan (TRT): Malan couldn’t have a better start after his forgettable couple of series on his national duties. Trent would be hoping nothing different in tonight’s game and so we do.
- Alex Hales (TRT): A first-ball duck in the first game and nothing could be more motivating to come over it and deliver. He has been in the best form lately in all the leagues he has played. We also choose him to be our captain today for all his abilities and the kind of form he has been in lately.
- Joe Root (TRT): With heavy-hitting top order, Root can be a very important player to have in case big-hitting guns don’t shoot the spot.
- Ben Stokes (NOS) (VC): Captain will have to pull up his socks and come back to the form he is known for. The amount of impact he carries is too much to leave him out of our team tonight. Stokes is also known for performing best when needed the most and that makes him our vice-captain for today.
- D’Arcy Short (TRT): Short by both height and name is not so short in terms of throwing opposition out of the match in early innings And he exactly showed the same in the first match during his partnership with Malan.
- David Willey (NOS): Good new ball bowler + healthy hard hitter. He also did well to take his side near the target in an opening game.
- Adil Rashid (NOS): The love affair between leggie and a shorter format of cricket is no strange and Rashid has shown what he can do over the years. He also is in some good form.
- Rashid Khan (TRT): The artist with the ball in hand. Certainly, nobody can miss this in their team even on his bad days. That’s the impression he carries across the leagues.
- Brydon Carse (NOS): Small name but the ability to do wonders and also his not-so-known bowling appearances can be tricky for the oppositions.