(Birmingham Phoenix vs London Spirit), Birmingham Phoenix and London Spirit play Match 32 of The Hundred 2023 men’s championship on Thursday, August 24 in Edgbaston, Birmingham. Trent Rockets defeated Phoenix by 46 runs in their latest match. The Moeen Ali-led team is seventh with one win in seven matches and four points.
London lost six wickets to the Welsh Fire in their previous encounter. Two wins from seven matches and six points put them sixth in the points standings. Both teams will strive to win their final match after elimination.
BPH vs LNS Match Details:
Venue: Edgbaston, Birmingham
Date & Time: Thursday, August 24, 11:00 pm (IST)
Telecast & Live Streaming: Sky Sports Cricket, Fancode, Jio Cinema
BPH vs LNS Past Stats:
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BPH vs LNS Weather Report:
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BPH vs LNS Pitch Report:
In the two matches played at the venue this season, the side batting first has won one. The average first innings score is 136 and the highest aim is 113. The captain who wins the toss will likely bat first given the tournament’s recent pattern.
BPH vs LNS Playing 11:
Birmingham Phoenix: Will Smeed, Ben Duckett, Jamie Smith (wk), Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali (c), Chris Benjamin, Benny Howell, Chris Woakes, Adam Milne, Kane Richardson, Tanveer Sangha
London Spirit: Zak Crawley, Adam Rossington (wk), Daniel Lawrence (c), Matthew Wade, Daryl Mitchell, Ravi Bopara, Matthew Critchley, Jordan Thompson, Liam Dawson, Nathan Ellis, Daniel Worrall
BPH vs LNS Best Performers:
The Best Batter:
Adam Rossington – London Spirit: Rossington has 156 runs in five innings for London at 31.20 and 175.28. Rossington aims to add a third half-century this season in the following game.
The Best Bowler:
Daniel Worrall – London Spirit: The right-arm seamer leads his squad in wickets with nine from seven innings at 16.33 and 7.35. Worrall will try to add to his wicket total in the next match to help his team finish the tournament well.