Amo Sharks Preview & Form
Zero wins from four isn’t a happy thought for any sporting organization, and given the state of the Sharks’ lineup this year, they could really have used a good performance for a possible cash influx. They have not put up a single strong showing this season, and with their most recent match, they hit rock bottom. After Mis Ainak Knights scored a hefty 193 for 5 off their 20, AMSKS were bowled out for a pitiful 62 from just 12 overs. Bigger defeats have been seen in T20 cricket, but in this case it was just emblematic of the Sharks’ performance throughout this competition.
Boost Defenders Preview & Form
With their latest win, the Defenders have put themselves back into contention for the playoff spots. Should they win this match, they will almost certainly make it to the second round. Their last match was a thrilling roller-coaster ride. Chasing Mis Ainak Knights’ formidable 188, they looked to be down and out at 111 for 6, but a brilliant, explosive partnership between captain Gulbadin Naib and young allyounder Tahir Khan saw them snatching victory from the jaws of defeat. If they can perform similarly against the sharks, they have a very good chance of qualifying.
AMSKS vs BDD Match Prediction
With nothing to lose or gain, this is more of a friendly match for the Sharks. Nevertheless, it can be hoped that Darwish Rasooli and Farhan Zakhil will score some runs, while Abdul Wasi and Fareed Ahmad take some wickets.
Boost Defenders are unquestionable favourites going into this, but more because of Amo’s state than their own credit. Expect Gulbadin Naib and Ihsanullah to spearhead the batting, while Karim Janat and Waqarullah Ishaq make the breakthroughs.
Who will win the 15th match?Match Prediction: Boost Defenders Win (1.38 @ 1XBET)
Other Betting Tips:
Toss - AMSKS
AMSKS top batsman - D Rasooli
BDD top batsman – Ihsanullah
Players with most boundaries - D Rasooli (AMSKS), Ihsanullah (BDD)
Players to score a fifty – D Rasooli/F Zakhil (AMSKS), Ihsanullah/G Naib (BDD)
Players to take most wickets - A Wasi (AMSKS), K Janat (BDD)
Most fours - BDD
Most sixes - BDD
Can the Sharks finally justify their presence at this competition? Or will the Defenders waltz their way into the playoffs? Find out on Sunday!