Gargi Raut
Gargi Raut
Author ∙ Aug 18 2022, 1:15 PM

BPH vs NOS, Spotlight: Moeen Ali
Match Analysis, Fantasy Tips, Dream11 Prediction

The match will be played at Edgbaston on 19th August, 11:30 PM IST 

image-l6yyxpxqBirmingham Phoenix batter Liam Livingstone 

Birmingham Phoenix have been going strong in the tournament, currently sitting at number 3 in the points table. The team has more than a few explosive players in tow including Moeen Ali, Liam Livingstone and Will Smeed. They are coming into the game with 3 back-to-back wins and their heads in the cloud. 


Whereas the Northern Superchargers are coming in with 3 back-to-back losses and in desperate need of a win. This the superchargers chance to redeem themselves and gather some confidence. 

Spotlight: Moeen Ali 

image-l6yzfgxmMoeen Ali in Birmingham Phoenix colours

The man who is leading from the front. An experienced veteran in white-ball cricket and a phenomenal all-rounder. 

In the last match, the skipper was declared the 'Player of the Match' after a magnificent 52 off 27 balls against the Trent Rockets. One of the over looking like a bowler's nightmare - 4, 6, 4, 4, WD and a dropped catch. 

One of the key players for the Phoenix in the last edition of the tournament, Ali has continued his run as one of the best performing players. 

Driving the team to the finals in the last season, the team will once again look towards the skipper to be a guiding light. 

Key Players

  • Liam Livingstone
  • Moeen Ali 
  • Faf du Plessis

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Pitch Report: A fair surface, offering equal opportunities to batters and bowlers. The top has a decent bounce and the ball comes onto the field pretty nicely. Pacers can take advantage of the movement early on 

Fantasy CREX XI

Wicket-keeper: Matthew Wade

Batters: Faf du Plessis, Liam Livingstone, Will Smeed, Adam Lyth

All-rounders: Moeen Ali, David Willey 

Bowlers: Adil Rashid, Dwayne Bravo, Tom Helm, Henry Brookes

Captain: Adam Lyth

Vice-Captain: Moeen Ali 

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