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It's not even been a week since Global T20 Canada began and we've already seen quite a few dramatic contests. The last night's match between Vancouver Knights and Winnipeg Hawks was an example of it where a colossal total was chased down with unexpected ease. In the other game on Sunday, Montreal Tigers faced another one-sided defeat, this time at the hands of Brampton Wolves. The Knights and Tigers are set to face off on Monday, 29th July at CAA Centre in Brampton, Ontario.
As was the case with Vancouver Knights, Montreal Tigers, too, lost their match with plenty of balls and overs to spare, but it was their batsmen who failed to do anything of substance. Batting first on an excellent surface to bat, they got a bit carried away and played too many shots which resulting in them scoring a relatively under par total.
They cruised to a relatively easy victory in their first match, which was cut-short by rain, but the lack of application from the batsmen cost them the second match. Trying to take on the deliveries which were never there to hit, the Knights started wobbling as early as in the first three overs, and they couldn't recover from the early losses.
All in all, the Tigers have a well-balanced unit, but they are little too over-reliant on their all-rounders to take them home. Their specialists, be it in bowling or batting, would need to step and if they can do it in the upcoming fixture, the Knights will have their work cut-out.
Matthew Cross, Mohammad Naveed, GJ Bailey, Nikhil Dutta, Anton Devcich, Dillon Heyliger, SP Narine, Kyle Coetzer, Ruvindu Gunasekera, Sean Abbott, Dinesh Chandimal.
Vancouver Knights have a strong batting unit which was apparent in their first match as well, and they only reiterated it in their second fixture. Batting first against Winnipeg Hawks, they scored a towering total of 208, that too without any of their batsmen reaching fifty.
Their bowling, however, was always under questions and their concerns proved to be right when Winnipeg Hawks chased their total down with more than four overs to spare. Chris Lynn, JP Duminy, and Dwayne Bravo were severe on Knights' bowlers and as the Hawks chased down the total with 4.4 overs to spare.
All in all, the Knights are a reasonably good unit, but the lack of a good death over specialist cost them two crucial points against Winnipeg Hawks. They have a solid batting lineup which can chase down any target on its day, and if their bowlers can get their act together, they will be a dangerous team to deal with.
Chris Gayle, Tobias Visee, CAK Walton, RVD Dussen, Shoaib Malik, RA Cheema, Andile Phehlukwayo, JJ Smit, MJ Rippon, Ali Khan, Saad Bin Zafar.
Both Vancouver Knights and Montreal Tigers are coming off defeats in their previous match after getting convincing wins in their respective opening matches. Although these are early days in the tournament, they need to get back with the winning ways as it is a sort tournament and they do not have plenty of matches to play. Vancouver Knights have a formidable lineup which can dismantle even the best of the bowling attack on their days. Their bowling looked off-color on Sunday, but we expect them to improve from there and register a win in their upcoming fixture.
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