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ENG vs SA Dream11 Team Prediction, Playing 11, Pitch Report for 2nd ODI England vs South Africa Dream11 Prediction

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ENG vs SA Dream11: The second ODI of the three-match series between England and South Africa will be played on July 22 at Old Trafford in Manchester. The visitors, led by Rassie van der Dussen’s ton, registered a comfortable win by 62 runs in the series opener and will be looking to seal the series. England, on the other hand, will miss Ben Stokes who has retired from ODIs and the Jos Buttler-led side will be keen on making amends in the must-win game.

ENG vs SA 2nd ODI Match Details

England vs South Africa 2nd ODI Match

22 July, 5:30 PM IST

Old Trafford, Manchester

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Pitch Report

The surface at the Old Trafford gets better as the day progresses. Though this is a day-night game, there will be something in it for the fast bowlers early on. Out of 56 ODIs played at the venue, 26 have been won by teams batting first while 29 have been won by chasing side with 228 being the average score.

Last result at the venue

India chased down 260 comfortably in the third ODI against England that was played on July 17 (Sunday).

Form Guide

England: LLWLW

South Africa: WLWLW

(Last 5 ODI Matches)

England Playing 11

  • Ben Stokes is retired from ODIs now.
  • Matthew Potts made his ODI debut in the previous game.
  • Philip Salt likely to replace Stokes in the playing XI.

Jason Roy

Jonny Bairstow

Joe Root

Phillip Salt

Jos Buttler (C & WK)

Liam Livingstone

Moeen Ali

Sam Curran

Brydon Carse/Reece Topley

Adil Rashid

Matthew Potts

Jonny Bairstow stats in ODIs

Jonny Bairstow’s recent form in white-ball cricket might not be good but once he gets going, he is unstoppable. He showed the same in the Test series against New Zealand and in a Test against India as well. He has scored 205 runs in 7 ODIs against at an average of 34.16 with his highest score being 63.

 

Matches Played Runs/Wickets Last 5 performances Last 5 performances against SA Batting/Bowling Average
93 3606 68, 0, 38, 7, 29 63, 43, DNB, DNB, DNB 46.83

Moeen Ali stats in ODIs

 Moeen Ali is a player any team would want to have. He contributes with the ball and on most days, delivers 8-10 overs and then bats aggressively down the order helping the team to post or chase mammoth and challenging totals. In 10 ODIs against South Africa, he has so far scored 192 runs at an average of 27.42 and also picked 11 wickets.

 

Matches Played Runs/Wickets Last 5 performances Last 5 performances against SA Batting/Bowling Average
119 2017/92 3;1/47, 34;0/33, 47;1/30, 14;0/9, DNB 3, DNB;1/47, 17*, DNB;1/42, DNB;1/63 25.53/50.32

South Africa Playing 11

  • Andile Phehlukwayo got injured and suffered concussion in the last game.
  • Phehlukwayo is likely to be replaced by another all-rounder Dwaine Pretorius.
  • Rassie van der Dussen scored a stunning century in the first ODI.

Janneman Malan

Quinton de Kock (WK)

Rassie van der Dussen

Aiden Markram

David Miller

Heinrich Klaasen

Dwaine Pretorius

Keshav Maharaj (C)

Anrich Nortje

Lungi Ngidi

Tabraiz Shamsi

Who will win England vs South Africa 2nd ODI today match?

England are going through tough time since Eoin Morgan’s international retirement having lost their last three out of four ODIs. They also lost the T20I series against India. With Stokes’ retirement, there is a little bit of inexperience in the middle-order now and Buttler will have to carry the responsibility on his shoulders.

With main bowlers injured, the bowling attack is also struggling to large extent and we might see Reece Topley making his way back into the XI after starring in the India series.

South Africa, on the other hand, will be delighted with the way they performed in the series opener. They opted to bat first and posted a mammoth total thanks to Van der Dussen who smacked a century and got enough support from the other end. With the summer in England being the hottest, they will back themselves to seal the series after batting first yet again.

England and South Africa have faced each other 64 times in ODIs with the hosts winning 30. South Africa have emerged victorius on 29 occasions while one match has ended in a tie along with four washed out games.

Known for making gigantic comebacks, expect England to win this match and level the three-match series.

England vs South Africa Dream11 Prediction

Wicket-keeper: Jonny Bairstow (VC), Quinton de Kock

Batsmen: Joe Root, Rassie van der Dussen, Aiden Markram, Liam Livingstone, Janneman Malan

All-Rounder: Moeen Ali

Bowlers: Adil Rashid, Tabraiz Shamsi, Anrich Nortje

Captain, Vice-Captain for small leagues, head to head contests: Aiden Markram, Joe Root

Captain, Vice-Captain for Grand League: Jonny Bairstow, Quinton de Kock

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