KET vs SUR Dream11 Team Prediction: Kent Spitfires look to make it four wins out of four when they take on Surrey at home.
A testament to the brand of cricket we are being doled up in the Vitality Blast, Kent Spitfires have been the team to watch in South Group of the ongoing edition of the showpiece league. The side have been dauntless, an impeccable unit who have been improbable to stop by opponents in the early exchanges of the group stage matches.
Winning all three of their matches till now to sit in the echelons of their group with 6 points, Kent Spitfires have been pinch perfect in all three departments. The side’s batsmen have gone onto put on momentous scores, ones their bowling unit have gone onto defend with perfection. Their 22 run win against Essex in the previous outing was an epitome of that as the side went onto defend their 175 to perfection, restricting the opponents at just 153.
Where Kent have been so perfect, Surrey have found to difficult to emulate the same level of performances as their opponents for today. The side have won just the lone match till now in the league, losing two and drawing one to find themselves slumped in 5 th place in the group, a position which talks about their current form.
What has lead to the side’s unravelling has been their inability to step up in unison, something the last result showcases. With their bowlers restricting Sussex to just 144, the batsmen failed to compliment the fine work done by them, failing to get past the total as they ended up sharing the points in what should have been a certain win for them.
KET vs SUR Dream11 Team Prediction
Playing at home and coming hot off the blocks in Vitality Blast 2019, there is only one winner who emerges from this encounter. Kent are not only the better side but have a nous of world-class performers, players who have loved taking accountability on themselves to deliver when it matters most.
The side should go onto imbed another clinical performance today and continue their stronghold over South Group.
Pitch Conditions and toss
We should be greeted to fine batting conditions today with the surface playing in favour of the batsmen for this encounter. As is traditionally the case, the new ball will frisk around especially with the slightly overcast conditions but once you settle into your groove, batting should be extremely easy. The side winning the toss over here will be looking to bat first and put the other side under pressure today.
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Probable Playing 11
With both the sides revealing their teams ensuing the toss, our final team combination and player changes might see some changes be incurred then. Please visit for latest development proceeding the revelation of the playing 11s. Expect both the side to dole out the same playing 11s as their previous outings in the league.
Dream 11 Picks
We have picked out two wicket-keepers for this match with both the men with the gloves for either side making an entry into our side. With his 43 in 29 balls in the previous match, Ollie Pope not only held fort at a time when Surrey were finding it a travesty to score runs but got his runs at a quick rate as well to ensure the side were always in the match.
On the other hand, Ollie Robinson has been equally crucial for Kent and he finds a place in our Dream 11 side as well for this match.
Opener Aaron Finch and number 3 bat, will Jacks come in from Surrey as we continue to choose players from the side. Although Finch hasn’t provided the type of consistency his side would have liked, Will Jacks has been the complete opposite of that. With Surrey losing either one of their opener early one, he’s come up good for the consistency, not only scoring runs but ensuring that the side make the most of the field restrictions in place as well.
Kent’s captain, Daniel Bell Drummond took time in showcasing the innate abilities at his perusal as an opener with his 43 run knock the last time around fully bellied it. He is going to be accompanied by Heino Kuhn who playing his first match of the league the last time around went onto flourish as he scored an unbeaten half-century.
Its only the one all-rounder for us over here with Jordan Clark from Surrey coming into our playing 11. Given the crumbling nature of their batting order which will ensure that Clark gets more than enough time to score runs in along with his certainty to get two or more overs with the ball as well, the player makes for a good one to indulge in.
Imran Tahir and Tom Curran become our selections from Surrey with the players proving themselves indispensible to their side. Especially with Sam Curran having left to be a part of England’s Ashes series against Australia, Tom’s role in the side elevates and he’s stood tall amongst the rest of his compatriots till now.
From Kent it’s a two man partnership as well with us getting in their frontline pacer, the stoutheaded Hardus Viljoen and spinner Gareth Batty whose penchant for wickets has served the side so fruitfully up till now.
With teams partaking in the tournament in a hectic and congested schedule, one which sees several countries play on consecutive days, there is a likelihood of sides changing their playing 11’s for every match. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your side which include the best performers for each side with players being roped in based on their pivotal role and importance to the team paired with the pitch conditions, toss and recent performances.