It will be GER vs JER for the 15th game of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Europe Qualifier tomorrow at Edinburgh.
Furthermore, looking back at their previous games, Germany defeated Denmark by 6 wickets yesterday.
Meanwhile, Jersey was defeated by Italy by 25 runs in their previous game and will look to gain more wins hereon.
Additionally, looking at the points table, then Germany is in 3rd place with 4 points and an NRR of +0.544.
On the other hand, Jersey is in 4th place with 2 points and an NRR of +0.821.
Thus, this will be an interesting game between these two teams.
Match: Germany vs Jersey, Match 15
Venue: The Grange Club, Edinburgh
Date: 25th July 2023
Time: 8:00 PM IST
The surface at The Grange Club is a very good one to bat on. Moreover, pacers will do well here with the new ball in hand while the spinners will also get some assistance. Therefore, a high-scoring game could be witnessed between these two sides.
Full Squads for GER vs JER, Match 15
Abdul-Shakoor Rahimzei, Faisal Mubashir, Joshua van Heerden, Sahir Naqash, Vijayshankar Chikkannaiah, Dylan Blignaut, Rohit Singh, Venkatraman Ganesan (c), Michael Richardson (wk), Sachin Mandy Gangareddy (wk), Dieter Klein, Vishnu Elam Bharathi, Muslim Yar, Ghulam Ahmadi, Zahid Zadran
Charlie Brennan, Jonty Jenner, Josh Lawrenson, Nick Greenwood, Zak Tribe, Benjamin Ward, Charles Perchard, Harrison Carlyon, Julius Sumerauer, Asa Tribe (wk), Jake Dunford (wk), Patrick Bartholomew Gouge (wk), Dominic Blampied, Elliot Miles, Rhys Palmer, Toby Britton, William George Perchard, William Robertson
Probable Playing XI for GER vs JER, Match 15
Venkatraman Ganesan (c), Joshua van Heerden, Michael Richardson (wk), Faisal Mubashir, Sahir Naqash, Dylan Blignaut, Sachin Mandy Gangareddy, Dieter Klein, Muslim Yar, Ghulam Ahmadi, Vishnu Elam Bharathi
Harrison Carlyon, Julius Sumerauer, Nick Greenwood, Jonty Jenner, Asa Tribe (wk), Benjamin Ward, Josh Lawrenson, Zak Tribe, Charles Perchard (c), Rhys Palmer, Elliot Miles
Match Prediction for GER vs JER, Match 15
From the team combinations and previous results, we can say that Germany will win this game.
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