Southern Brave Men vs Welsh Fire Men Preview & Prediction
When is Southern Brave Men vs Welsh Fire Men taking place? Southern Brave Men vs Welsh Fire Men will take place on Wednesday 11th August, 2021 at 18:30 (UK)
Where is Southern Brave Men vs Welsh Fire Men taking place? Southern Brave Men vs Welsh Fire Men will take place at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton
What is the expected weather for Southern Brave Men vs Welsh Fire Men? 18-19c with light cloud and a moderate breeze
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What TV channel is Southern Brave Men vs Welsh Fire Men on in the UK? Southern Brave Men vs Welsh Fire Men will be televised live on Sky Sports. Southern Brave Men vs Welsh Fire Men will also be televised live on BBC platforms
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THE TEAM NEWS
SOUTHERN BRAVE MEN
- Southern Brave chased down a target of 129 runs with five wickets and five balls remaining to beat Northern Superchargers last time out, with a fantastic 71 not out from opener and wicketkeeper batter Quinton de Kock the lynchpin of Southern Brave’s innings.
- That win extended the Brave’s unbeaten run to four games, having picked up seven points from the last possible eight available to them and they now look a strong prospect to finish inside the top three.
- Spin-bowling all-rounder Liam Dawson will not feature again in the tournament after breaking a finger vs Manchester Originals and Warwickshire’s Danny Briggs was brought in to replace him against the Superchargers, but whether he has done enough to retain his place in this side remains to be seen with Somerset’s Max Waller also waiting in the wings
WELSH FIRE MEN
- Welsh Fire fell to a fourth consecutive loss in the Men’s Hundred, their latest defeat an extremely heavy one at the hands of Birmingham Phoenix.
- After being smashed around Edgbaston by Will Smeed and Moeen Ali among others which led to them conceding 184 from 100 balls, the Fire were bowled out for a pitiful 91 to loss by 93 runs.
- Options are limited for the Fire in terms of potential changes, with bowlers Jake Ball and Liam Plunkett injured along with wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow being away with England, but all-rounder Ryan Higgins could be brought into the side.
Two sides in totally contrasting form collide here as Southern Brave host Welsh Fire. The Brave have really clicked as a unit in recent games and know that a win here would put them in with an excellent chance of finishing within the top three with one match to go. With an explosive top order batting unit, combined with genuine pace and excellent experience within their bowling ranks, Southern Brave at home are expected to comfortably triumph over an injury plagued Welsh Fire team devoid of confidence and far inferior in terms of all-round ability.