Match Info : Stadin ja Keravan Kriketti vs Finnish Pakistani Club
- Jun 13, 2020
- 16:30:00, GMT +5:30
- Kerava National Cricket Ground – Kerava, Finland
- SKK Rapids will look for a third consecutive win when they take on FPC in the Finnish Premier League.
- SKK have won two from two so far to sit among the early pace-setters at the top of the table.
- FPC, meanwhile, have lost their only match so far – paying the price for losing some of their key players for this season to Helsinki CC.
Winning Percentage: SKK(60%) vs FPC (40%)
Match Win Report : 1st Betting 70% Win Chance
Fav Team : SKK…
Market Rate :SKK( 1.61) vs FPC (2.45)
Scores Batting first – SKK 110+, FPC 100+
1st Inn Score : 140-150
2st Inn Score : UNDER
SKK earned a rare win for a chasing team last time out but they will no doubt be keen to follow the usual trend of batting first this time.
Kerava is set for clear, dry conditions all day.
Wickets have tumbled at Kerava but the run rates last time out have showed the benefits of the good recent weather, drying the pitch and outfield.
Point Table :
Head to Head Stats
2Team Form in Last Five Matches Report
LAST FIVE MATCHES-
SKK : W W L
FPC : L L
SKK Team News
Jordan O’Brien came into the team last time out and opened the batting. SKK could opt for O’Brien and Finland star Nathan Collins at the top of the order again this time, which would mean Mirza Zeeshan Baig staying at three.
SKK Key Players
Nathan Collins: The key Finland international batsman has not yet showed his best form in the opening two games, but his international record speaks for itself.
Atif Rasheed: Scored 41 from 29 balls in the opening game and took 3-18 from his four overs last time out to highlight his all-round worth.
Peter Gallagher: Scored 22 in both matches so far in different circumstances, but both proved to be key innings in SKK’s wins.
SKK Team Form
SKK Stadin ja Keravan Kriketti have won both matches so far. First up, they posted 129 against GYM Helsinki Gymkhana thanks to Atif Rasheed’s 41 and the bowlers led them to a 25-run win.
Next up, they recovered from a poor start replying to Greater Helsinki’s 132/6 to reach 104/4 in 13.3 overs and secure a six-wicket win on the DLS method
Stadin ja Keravan Kriketti Predicted Playing 11
- Nathan Collins, Jordan O’Brien, Mirza Zeeshan Baig, Peter Gallagher, Atif Rasheed, Jake Goodwin, Raja Waqas, Qaiser Siddique (c), Areeb Quadir (wk), Yathu Vijayaratnam, Kamalraj Chandrasekeran
Finnish Pakistani Club Team News & Playing 11
FPC Team News
Missing key players from last season’s play-off charge, including the tournament’s top run scorer in Abdul Ahad Qureshi, the FPC team last time out was unable to match the performances of last season.
FPC Key Players
Waseem Qureshi: Scored 37 at the top of the order as he tried to hold the innings together last time out but it proved in vain.
Bilal Khan: The captain for this season, he is seen as a key all-rounder and opened the batting and bowling. He took 2-9 from four excellent overs as part of that.
Mohammed Tariq Sarfraz: Opened the bowling with Khan and set the tone with an early wicket on his way to figures of 2-22 last time out.
FPC Team Form
FPC finished third last season but started with a heavy defeat this time around. They bowled GYM Helsinki Gymkhana out for 107 as Bilal Khan and Mohammed Tariq Sarfraz each took two wickets but they struggled to a miserable 98/9 in reply.
Finnish Pakistani Club Predicted Playing 11
- Waseem Qureshi, Bilal Khan (c), Muhammad Aqeel (wk), Nadeem Qureshi, Zeeshan Ahmad Dogar, Mohammed Tariq Sarfraz, Subah Sadaqat, Aqib Qureshi, Adil Khan, Raees Ahmed, Jaree Junbah