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TNPL | Ruby Trichy Warriors vs IDream Tiruppur Tamizhans: Where to watch Live, Probable XI, Fantasy XI

The Tamil Nadu Premier League will witness a mid-table clash between Ruby Trichy Warriors up against IDreamTiruppur Tamizhans when the two teams take on each other in the only match on Thursday, July 29 in Chennai. 

While the Warriors are sitting at the third position having won and lost an equal number of matches in the four that they have played, Tamizhans are sitting at the fifth position with one win and a loss and the first game getting washed out. 

In their respective last games, while the warriors were beaten by the Dindigul Dragons, the team from Tiruppur defeated Nellai Royal Kings to notch up their first win. One thing that goes in favour of the Warriors though is the head to head record in which they have never lost to a team representing Tiruppur. 

So will the Tamizhans be able to break the deadlock or ill warriors from Trichy continue their dominance? Only time will tell.

Ruby Trichy Warriors vs IDream Tiruppur Tamizhans: Match Details

Match Number- 14

Date and Time: July 29, 2021, 07:30 pm IST and Local, 02:00 pm IST

Venue: MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai

Broadcast and Live Stream: Star Sports Network and Hotstar

Pitch Report

The Chennai wicket has so far offered assistance to both pace and spin as bowlers, but as the number of matches is increasing, the pitches seem to be getting rougher and hence grip is going to be offered in great amount for the bowlers.

Weather Forecast

There are very low chances of rain, however, there will definitely be cloud cover and which can assist new ball bowlers with swing initially. The humidity would also be in lower brackets as compared to usual Chennai humidity. 

Ruby Trichy Warriors Probable XI

Amith Sathvik (wk), Sumant Jain, Nidhish Rajagopal, Adithya Ganesh (wk), Muhammed Adnan Khan, Antony Dhas, M Mathivannan, Saravan Kumar, Rahil Shah (c), M Poiyamozhi, Sunil Sam

IDream Tiruppur Tamizhans Probable XI

S Siddharth, N Mohammed Ashik (wk), S Aravind, Maan Bafna, P Francis Rokins, Tushar Raheja, M Mohammed (c), R Rajkumar, Aswin Crist, S Mohan Prasath, K Gowtham Thamarai Kannan

Fantasy XI

Amith Sathvik (wk), S Siddharth, Nidhish Rajagopal, Maan Bafna, P Francis Rokins, Muhammed Adnan Khan, M Mohammed, R Rajkumar, M Mathivannan, Saravan Kumar, Aswin Crist

Captain M Mohammed

Vice-Captain  M Mathivannan

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