DEN vs GER Dream 11 Prediction: An appalling Denmark batting unit takes on Germany who look to register their second win of the tournament
Denmark Vs Germany T20 World Cup Europe Final Best Dream 11 Team
Currently occupying third place in the league standings, the marquee ICC T20 World Cup Europe Final has shaped up exactly as was expected for Germany. They’ve put on some decent showings with both the bat and ball to mount a challenge infront of their opponents, winning the one against Guernsey while going down to Italy.
The way their two results have shaped up till now are a narrative of the kind of side Germany are. They have more than their fair share of world class players, exceptional specialists in both the batting and bowling departments but the team still lacks the ability of their entire line-up stepping up as one to deliver a true complete, myriad performance.
Up against Denmark, Germany will be looking to show to the world that cricket in the country is on the right direction. In Denmark, they have an opposition who have a sorry batting order at their disposal, one level with Norway’s appalling one.
Denmark found themselves at 36-6 against Jersey, eventually managing to recover to put on 113 with the lower order teaching the batting unit on how to show fortitude. What really left us aghast was the callous manner in which the top-order tumbled against Guernsey yesterday, falling from 55-1 to 110-9.
It’s the shambolic display from Tuesday which sees us give Germany the edge over their opponents for today’s culminating encounter. Denmark have catapulted as a batting unit, failing to imbue in their side the much needed well versed abilities to read the conditions and understand the nature the match is taking.
Germany managed to dismiss half of Italy’s batting order and pummelled Guernsey’s and their bowling unit is going to love the prospect of coming up against Denmark. We just don’t see Denmark’s batting order having the stomach of putting on a strong enough fight and it’s this narrative which will see Germany win this.
Wicket-Keeper for DEN vs GER Dream 11
We are going in with two wicket-keepers over here for the first and only time today with Weston from Germany and Taranjit from Denmark coming in. Both are stable performers, steady players who have a good batting technique and should get a reasonable number of runs under their kitty.
Batsmen for DEN vs GER Dream 11
We are going to go in with just the three batsmen after having selected a duo of wicket-keepers. We’ll begin with Germany’s picks first and coming in from their side are is to be Harmanjot Singh, a batsman who helped steady their ship after they were obliterated by Italy earlier in the tournament. His 40 run innings was responsible it taking the side to a respectable 134 in that encounter and it was the responsibility which Singh showed which sees him earn a call up to our side.
Mudassar is our second pick from the German side while from Denmark we have the one pick only in the form of their captain Shah.
All-Rounders for DEN vs GER Dream 11
With one steely innings off 33 in 19 balls under tremendous pressure in his kitty along with a restrictive brand of bowling, Amir Mangal was one player we have no hesitation in picking up from Germany. From the Denmark side we have picked up their opener Hald, a player who waged a lone battle for his side and put on a half-century stand for his side owing to his 39 run innings.
Bowling Order for DEN vs GER Dream 11
Time to start getting in the maximum number of players in this segment of our Dream 11 side and coming in from both the countries are going to be the two players each. From Denmark, it’s going to be Laegsgaard and Ahamd with Laegsgaard’s show against Norway stalling their batting effort.
The German side are going to see Dawlatzai and Wardak make a foray into our playing 11. Dawlatzai’s 3-24 against Italy almost single handidly managed to curtail their run chase, a maverick spell of wicket to wicket bowling which made heads turn.
Captain And Vice-Captain
The choices over here were aplenty and after heavy deliberations we have decided to make Daniel Weston from Germany our captain and Denmark’s Hald the vice-captain.
T20 World Cup Europe Final
Match: Germany Vs Denmark
Date And Time: 19th June, Wednesday- 8:15pm IST
Venue: KGV Playing Fields, Guernsey
Where To Watch: ICC YouTube