Hung Hom JD Jaguars vs Kowloon Cantons(Hong Kong Twenty20 Blitz)-4th Match-Today Match Prediction– Feb 08, Thursday at Mission Road Ground, Hong Kong and the match begins at 10:00AM Local time..
Hong Kong failed to close out a game from a successful place, when they have been beaten by PNG by four wickets on the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Hong Kong had appeared odds on to reverse the result between these two groups at the similar ground on the ICC World Cricket League Division Two event in 2011 however some excellent batting at the demise saw PNG snatch the game from under their noses.
Hung Hom JD Jaguars vs Kowloon Cantons(Hong Kong Twenty20 Blitz)-4th Match-Today Match Prediction
The day began nicely for Hong Kong as skipper Jamie Atkinson received the toss and elected to bat in fantastic and heat situations on the stadium that can host the event remaining. Irfan Ahmed received the sport away to a blazing begin when he smote the primary ball sq. to the point boundary however he was fortunate to survive the subsequent ball which was dropped at 2nd slip. However Irfan did not benefit from that early let off and, after hitting another boundary, he was deceived by a slower ball from Hitolo Areni and offered a easy catch to mid-off.
Who Will Win The Toss Hung Hom JD Jaguars vs Kowloon Cantons:-Kowloon Cantons
Cali-Mex Hung Hom JD Jaguars served notice of their title aspirations with a six-wicket win over City Kaitak within the opening match of the KPMG Hong Kong T20 Blitz on the Mission Road floor. Kaitak, despatched in to bat after Jaguars captain Kinchit Shah won the toss, were restricted to 132 for six in their 20 overs with man-of-the-match Ben Laughlin taking two for 19 in his 4 overs.
Kaitak and Hong Kong batsman Anshuman Rath was out in the first over for six runs, bowled by Johan Botha. Final year’s runners-up were down three wickets after six overs, shedding Scotland’s Kyle Coetzer (two) and England’s Ravi Bopara (11). Aizaz Khan scored a 52 that briefly gave Kaitak hope of a high rating, however he was bowled by Laughlin.