CAN vs DEN Dream11 : Canada’s top spot looks unchallengeable as the side get ready to take on inconsistent Denmark today
With three wins from three, Canada find themselves placed nicely in first place of the news instated CWC Challenge League Group A. The side have 6 points, ahead of Singapore by net run-rate and would be looking to assert themselves in that spot when they clash heads against Denmark today.
For Canada, this 50 over league has not been just about winning all of their matches but rather the manner in which those wins have come about. The rest of the 5 partaking sides have hardly been able to perturb them, with their last match perfectly manifesting the turmoil Canada have entrapped sides in, a clinical 115 run win which saw both their batting and bowling order shine in tandem.
Making a massive 379 while batting first, Canada curtailed their opponent’s run chase at just 264, a performance they’ll be looking to emanate ahead of today’s impending clash. Demark meanwhile find themselves in third place with the two wins and two defeats from four contests with their previous contest doing them a massive favour of making strides in the points tally as they pulled off a comprehensive win by 60 runs.
Their 258 runs were more than enough to see them through to a win as the side halted their opposition at 198 with their bowlers putting in a pinch perfect display. And they know they’ll have to emulate it against Canada as well today if they are to have any chance of salvaging a win today, up against the best batting order across the entire league.
Pitch Conditions And Toss
A succulent wicket for batting, Canada ended up scoring a massive total over here in their previous match with the batting conducive conditions remaining firmly implanted across the course of the encounter. With a good little rest and the ground’s team being allowed to further address the surface, today’s pitch promises to be exuberant for batting as well.
The side winning the toss will be looking to step out and bat first today.
Probable Playing 11
Rodrigo Thomas, Navneet Dhaliwal (C), Nitish Kumar, Nikhil, Abraash Khan, Ravinderpal Singh, Saad Bin Zafar, Srimantha Wijeyeratne (WK), Cecil Pervez, Dilon Heyliger, Romesh Eranga
J Henriksen, H Shah (C), Z Khan, F Klokker (WK), Z Shah, R Mahmood, Anique Uddin, O Hald, Jojo, D Khan, N Laegsgaard
CAN vs DEN Match Prediction
Although Demark have been resilient at times, the side have yet to find their stride and really prove that they are capable of beating the top sides in the cricketing arena. The batting department continues to dole our abysmal displays for them, acting as a determent for them, something which will peg the side back from a win today as well.
CWC Challenge League Group A
Match: Canada Vs Denmark
Date And Time: 25th September, Wednesday- 7:30am IST
Venue: Kinrara Oval, Kuala Lumpur
- Rodrigo Thomas, Navneet Dhaliwal, Cecil Pervez, Dilon Heyliger
- H Shah, F Klokker, O Hald, N Laegsgaard
Top 4 Batting Order
- Rodrigo Thomas, Navneet Dhaliwal, Nitish Kumar, Nikhil
- J Henriksen, H Shah, Z Khan, F Klokker
- Rodrigo Thomas, Navneet Dhaliwal
- H Shah, F Klokker
Death Overs Bowlers
- Cecil Pervez, Dilon Heyliger
- O Hald, N Laegsgaard
CAN vs DEN Dream11 Wicket-Keeper
Denmark’s Freddie Klokker is not keeping wickets for the side but the batsman still comes into our Dream 11 setup given his incredible displays with the bat. He made 80 runs in 80 balls in the previous contest, an innings which acted as the fulcrum of his side’s second win, ensuring they were able to pile on a healthy score of 258.
Canada’s Srimantha Wijeyeratne comes in as well for us after his 112 runs in 94 balls the last time around, one of the many astounding knocks from the side’s batting unit the last time around.
CAN vs DEN Dream11 Batsmen
Given how impressive Canada have been with the bat, we had to role in players from their batting order when we began crafting our batting order for today’s prevelant match. We begin by getting in their opener Navneet Dhaliwal with him getting 38 runs in the last match, following it up with a 100 in the encounter preceding that.
Ravinderpal Singh is someone who has been handed over the onus of scoring quick runs towards the dying stages of his side’s innings, a role he’s fulfilled to perfection. He took just 16 balls in piling on 38 runs in the last match as he plundered the bowlers at will to become our second pick alongside Rodrigo Thomas who got 51 in the opening slot in the bygone match.
CAN vs DEN Dream11 All-Rounders
His 129 runs in 84 balls make Canada’s Nitish Kumar our first pick in this segment after he picked up 5 wickets with the ball as well, the pinch perfect all-rounder we scour for whenever we start crafting our Dream 11 side for any ODI match.
Elsewhere with 93 runs previously, Denmark’s opener, Hamid Shah is our first pick from the opposition with him picking up figures of 3-27 with the ball as well, making him an invaluable selection for this match.
CAN vs DEN Dream11 Bowling Order
His 2-39 with the ball make us Canada’s Saad Bin-Zafar the first pick from the side alongside Dillon Heyliger with Denmark showing along their life in the league that they are way too prone to collapsing and falling down when it comes to batting. These two should snare a good amount of wickets in between them to stifle Denmark’s innings today, indulging us is a hoard of points.
Elsewhere we have the two picks from Denmark as well, getting in new ball bowler Oliver Hald with his 2-30 with the ball and Delawar Khan who got 2-25 in the bygone contest.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Dhaliwal has been opted for our side’s captaincy role for this one while Nitish is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match, pitch report and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.