IR-A vs SCO-A Third Match Best Dream 11 Team: Series decider set to continue on the same tune as the previous two matches with a jaffer of a series decider expected
Facing a 1-0 deficit, Ireland knew the margin for error was negligible if any in the second ODI of the three match series. And following up a brilliant performance with the ball wee captain Harry Tector and Shane Getkate with the two batsmen putting on a steady match winning stand for Ireland A.
The two innings were clam and composed, taking Ireland to what was a regulation win in the end. After losing a couple of early wickets, the two not only steadied the ship for their side but played their full expansive range of shots once settled into their groove. The 184 run stand subsequently saw Getkate bring up a scintillating century while Tector at the other end reached a well crafted 50.
With the series level at 1-1, the third and deciding match of the series today promises to be an absolute cracker of a match. The two sides have given it a righteous go throughout the series, not sparing any expansive to outshine each other and today’s culminating match will be no different with the title at stake.
Ireland maintained the faith we had entrusted in them for yesterday’s match and we are going to back them to do the job for the second day on the bounce. It’s not just the superior quality of players which they have imbedded in their line-up but the fact that they have the more well-rounded side as well.
Ireland are well versed with the conditions, knowing how to traverse their way around the surface better than Scotland A. With the middle-order in such fantastic touch and the pace department coming hot off the blocks, Ireland should be just too much for Scotland yet again. We see Ireland A repeating their feat from Thursday and registering yet another dominant showing today.
Wicket-Keeper for IR-A vs SCO-A Dream11
Ireland’s Lorcan Tucker is the first player to come into our side. He was quissential in picking up wickets yesterday with his steady hands behind the wickets seeing him successfully latch onto the slew of catches which fell his way.
Batsmen for IR-A vs SCO-A Dream11
The one player who Scotland have been able to bank of time and time again this series is their captain Dylan Budge. He followed his knock of 136 from the series opener with a determined 40 yesterday, an innings which came in at a time when his side were struggling at 45-3. English will be our second pick from the side.
33 and a quick fire 36 mean James McCollum from Ireland is an undoubtable pick for us. The second pick was a little doubtful for us and we are going to go in with Graham Kennedy solely cause he was given an outing with the ball as well on Thursday.
All-Rounders for IR-A vs SCO-A Dream11
We’ll begin this component of our Dream 11 side with the star performer who captivated us with his true al-round display. Coming out to bat when his side were down in the trenches at 119-7, Leask’s 110 in 75 balls defied the heavy barrage of pressure Ireland had built on Scotland. He came back to pick up the third and fourth wickets for his side with the ball as well and is going to be a mainstay of our side today.
The rest of the picks are all going to be from Ireland in this department with captain Harry Tector and Getkate coming in. The match winners last time around will be looking to build on the momentum garnered in the last encounter and repeat their heroics once again.
Bowlers for IR-A vs SCO-A Dream11
Cray Young just can’t stop being among the wickets and we have to have him in our side yet again. He was responsible for giving his side the early breakthroughs, putting in a dazzling spell with the new ball for his two wickets and is going to be accompanied by fellow opener Chase.
From Scotland we have decided to go in with Scott Cameron as the sole pick from their side.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Scotland’s Leask is going to be our captain on the day while Getkate is the vice-captain choice for our Dream 11 side.
Ireland A Vs Scotland A Three Match One Day Series
Match: Ireland A Vs Scotland A
Date And Time: 7th June, Friday- 3:30pm IST
Venue: Oak Hill Cricket Club, Ireland