NK vs NWW Dream11 Team Prediction and Suggestions for today’s Ireland Inter-Provincial ODD 2021 match between Northern Knights and North-West Warriors: In the fifth match of the ongoing Cricket Ireland Inter-Provincial Limited Over Cup, Norther Knights will square off against North-West Warriors. The highly-anticipated clash will be played on May 18, Tuesday at Civil Service Cricket Club in Belfast. Thus far in the tournament, both Northern Knights and North-West Warriors have experienced similar outings.
Northern Knights started their campaign in the league with a loss against Leinster Lightning. However, they returned back to the winning ways as in their next games they defeated Leinster Lightning by five wickets.
Just like Northern Knights, North-West Warriors have also only one fixture from their two league games. They started their run in the event with a loss against Leinster Lightning by six wickets. However, their second match saw them outplaying Munster Reds by five wickets.
Ahead of the match between Northern Knights and North-West Warriors; here is everything you need to know:
NK vs NWW Telecast
The Ireland Inter-Provincial ODD 2021 is not being telecast in India.
NK vs NWW Live Streaming
The match between NK vs NWW is available to be streamed live on Cricket Ireland’s YouTube channel
NK vs NWW Match Details
In the fifth match of the Ireland Inter-Provincial ODD 2021, Northern Knights will be up against North-West Warriors at Civil Service Cricket Club in Belfast on Tuesday, May 18 at 03:15 pm IST
NK vs NWW Dream11 Team Prediction
Captain- Paul Stirling
Vice-Captain- Stephen Doheny
Suggested Playing XI for NK vs NWW Dream11 Fantasy Cricket
Wicketkeepers: Stephen Doheny
Batsmen: Paul Stirling, Graham Kennedy, Harry Tector
All-rounders: Luke Georgeson, Graham Hume, Mark Adair, Stuart Thompson
Bowlers: Andy McBrine, Graeme McCarter, Craig Young
NK vs NWW Probable XIs
Northern Knights: Paul Stirling, Ruhan Pretorius, Jeremy Lawlor, Harry Tector (c), Luke Georgeson, Neil Rock (wk), Mark Adair, Graeme McCarter, Benjamin White, Matthew Foster, James McCollum
North-West Warriors: William Porterfield, Stephen Doheny (wk), Andy McBrine (c), Stuart Thompson, Shane Getkate, Graham Kennedy, Graham Hume, William McClintock, Craig Young, Ross Allen, Boyd Rankin