WOG vs INM Dream11 Team Prediction and Tips for Today’s Legends League Cricket 2022 match between World Giants and Bharat Maharajas: India will conclude the group stage of Maharaja Legends League Cricket 2022 with a match against the World Giants. Both the teams will take on each other on Thursday, January 27, at 08:00 IST IST at the Al Amrat Cricket Ground. It is a win-win match for both the sides as the team winning the game will be more likely to qualify for the final.
The Maharaja of India is at the last position in the points table with just one win in three league matches. They started the tournament with a win over Asia Lions, but lost their next two games to World Giants and Aisa Lions by three wickets and 36 runs respectively. To keep the playoff hopes alive, the team needs to win the match by a good margin.
World giants, on the other hand, top the standings. They have won two of their three league matches. The Giants need to ensure that they either win or lose Thursday’s match by a small margin to make it to the final of the league.
Before the match between the World Giants and the Maharajas of India; Here’s everything you need to know:
WOG vs INM Telecast
The WOG vs INM match will be broadcast on Sony Sports Network in India.
WOG vs INM Live Streaming
The World Giants vs India Maharaja game will be streamed live on the SonyLIV app and website.
WOG vs INM match details
The World Giants vs India Maharaja tournament will be played on Thursday, January 27, at 08:00 PM at the Al Amrat Cricket Ground.
WOG vs INM Dream11 Team Prediction
Captain: Darren Sammy
vice captain: Mohammad Kaif
Suggested Playing XI for WOG vs INM Dream11 Fantasy Cricket
wicket keeper: Phil Mustard
Batsman: Mohammad Kaif, Kevin Pietersen, Darren Sammy
All-rounder: Yusuf Pathan, Stuart Binny, Irfan Pathan, Kevin O’Brien
Bowler: Manpreet Goni, Munaf Patel, Morne Morkel
WOG vs INM Probable XI
World Giants: Corey Anderson, Kevin Pietersen, Monty Panesar, Phil Mustard (wk), Owais Shah, Morne Morkel, Imran Tahir, Ryan Jay Sidebottom, Kevin O’Brien, Albie Morkel, Darren Sammy (c)
Maharaja of India: Venugopal Rao, Munaf Patel, Yusuf Pathan, Manpreet Gony, Pragyan Ojha, Stuart Binny, S Badrinath, Naman Ojha (wk), Mohammad Kaif (c), Irfan Pathan, Hemang Badani