This an older prediction we have posted and might not be relevant to you anymore. If you are looking for upcoming cricket betting predictions, we recommend you check out our cricket betting tips page to find the latest betting tips.
Our "Prediction Wizard" will calculate, based on the current available betting odds, the implicit winning percentages for the possible outcomes in a match. This will be updated as soon as we fetch the odds from the betting sites and keep updating until the match is finished.
The only T10 league sanctioned by the ICC is about to get underway and we are extremely excited for it. The T10 League turned out to be a very good surprise last year and we were very impressed with the quality of cricket. This late pullout of Pakistani cricketers from this year’s T10 League is a bit of a downer but we still hope to see some excellent cricket from every team.
Starting us off in T10 League 2019 are the Maratha Arabians and the Northern Warriors. Both these teams are not the strongest sides in this year’s competition but could pull off some surprises. Getting off to a winning start is going to paramount for both these teams.
Maratha Arabians vs Northern Warriors T10 League 2019 is going to be played at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi on the 15th of November 2019.
Yuvraj Singh is going to be the biggest draw for the Maratha Arabians this season because Indian players taking part in leagues around the world are very rare. Yuvraj, though, is well past his prime and can be expected to play a few cameos but not a central role towards the success of his side.
The Maratha Arabians have Chris Lynn as their star batsman. He is a real force to be reckoned with in the shortest format of the game since he can start hitting sixes from the first ball he faces. The big challenge for him will be to get used to the slow conditions in Abu Dhabi when compared with what he is used to back home in Australia.
Adam Lyth is also a very good batsman that has made his name in the Vitality T20 Blast and will play a big role for the Maratha Arabians. Dwayne Bravo is making a comeback from injury and could be fit for the opening match while Dasun Shanaka has had a lot of success in international cricket recently.
Both these all-rounders will give some nice balance to the side.
Chadwick Walton is another aggressive top-order batsman for the Maratha Arabians to call upon.
Mohammad Irfan had a torrid time in Australia and is getting on in age now. He is joined by Lasith Malinga, another bowler well-past his prime but still playing international cricket. They will need the all-rounders to contribute throughout the tournament.
Wanindu Hasaranga was very successful against Pakistan and could be a player to watch out for during the T10 League as well.
CAK Walton, Chris Lynn, Y Singh, Adam Lyth, Dasun Shanaka, Dwayne Bravo, James Fuller, Lasith Malinga, Wanidu Hasaranga, MJ Mcclenaghan, Shiraz Ahmed.
The Northern Warriors have some truly amazing all-rounders in their side as the core but lack enough specialized batsmen in our opinion. Andre Russell, Darren Sammy, Chris Green, Sikandar Raza, and Sam Billings are all players that can perform more than one role with ease.
In fact, Darren Sammy is the only player that we think may be past his best when it comes to their T20 career and all the others are still in their prime. A lot will depend on the fitness of Andre Russell because that is always an issue.
The T10 format may be one where he thrives because he only needs to bowl two overs and smash the ball out of the park from the very start.
Pravin Tambe, Rayad Emrit, Nuwan Pradeep, and Karim Janat are the other bowlers in the squad while George Munsey and Ansh Tandon are the specialist batsmen available for this match.
We think the Northern Warriors are going to be able to put together a better bowling attack than the Maratha Arabians but may struggle for runs if Andre Russell does not fire. A lot will also depend on the strategy that the team adopts because saving your best players for later just does not make sense here.
While every team will need five good bowlers, just one or two good batsmen can do the job in T10 cricket and that is where the Northern Warriors may have an advantage.
Sam Billings, George Munsey, DJG Sammy, Ansh Tandon, Andre Russell, Asela Gunaratne, Sikandar Raza, Christopher Green, Nuwan Pradeep, RR Emrit, CP Wood.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to bat first
Read our guide on toss predictions to learn how we analyze and come up with our tips.
A nice and sunny day with no chance of rain has been forecast in Abu Dhabi. That's the advantage of playing in the middle of a desert we guess! Abu Dhabi has one of the flattest and completely dead tracks we have seen.
It is going to start off slow, flat, and good for batting and wont change much during the entire duration of the tournament. There are plenty of runs to be had for batsmen that can get a quick understanding of the conditions.
Dream11 Team and Dream11 Prediction for Maratha Arabians vs Northern Warriors T10 League 2019 has to be a bit different because of the shorter format. It is much more likely for the bowlers to picking up wickets than it is for the batsmen to be scoring big runs. That being said, the conditions are going to be in favor of the batsmen and the bowlers will also have just 12 deliveries to make their mark. This is why including the maximum possible players which can perform more than one role is critical.
We don’t think either of these teams will be counted among the stronger contenders but they do have some proven match-winners among them. We think the Maratha Arabians have more batsmen in the squad but that they may be wasted in T10 cricket. Having more specialized bowlers and some power hitters may pay off for the Northern Warriors.
Bet on the Northern Warriors to win.
Betting and gambling has been a favorite past time of many Indians over the years, and with the massive growth of the internet, now you can also experience online betting in India.
Find out more on our dedicated page on everything about betting in India online!Online Betting in India