Its a 25th match of TNPL and today match prediction between Dindigul Dragons vs Lyca Kovai Kings is ready to be published, we always focus on giving best today cricket match prediction tips with 100% sure toss prediction report.
Full Details of Today Match Prediction
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The 25th Match will be held between Dindigul Dragons vs Lyca Kovai Kings. The match will be played at Indian Cement Company Ground in Tirunelveli, 7:15 pm local time and 1:45 pm GMT.
Dindigul Dragons have without any doubts; strengthen their position by playing six matches so far and winning all six. On the score table, they are leading the series with 12 points, and they are already through to the playoffs. However, Kovai Kings have played six matches so far, and out of six, they have won 3 matches, with six points on the score table they are placed at number six.
Dindigul Dragons last encounter was with Veterans; they beat the Veerans with seven wickets. Veerance batted first and somehow able to put 133 scores on the score table. However, it was not enough when you have an opponent like Dindigul Dragons who are the toppers of the series and have shown a consistent winning pattern in all of the six matches.
Key Players in Today Match For Both Teams
Hari Nishanth and Mohan were the key bowlers of the match, took 5 wickets together and also being able to maintain the economy. Hari Nishanth with partner N Jagadeesan opened the batting side for Dindigul Dragons. Nishanth also played a good knock off for Dindigul Dragons, putting an impressive score of 44 runs from just 61 balls on the score table.
For Lyca Kovai Kings, the openers are back in the form as Shahrukh Khan and Abhinav Mukand played well in their last match. Lyca has still the chance to go to the playoffs as they were struggling in their previous matches, but they have been able to improve themselves as going along with the series. Their prominent bowlers are; Anthony Dhas being the attacker, while T Natarajan has been the team’s leading bowler.
Favourite Team in Today Match Prediction
From a spectator point of view, this match looks one-sided as Dindigul Dragon is in a very good form. They will try to crush Lyca Kovai Kings through their aggressive batting and focused bowling. Still, cricket is a game of luck too. Maybe Lyca Kovai Kings have other traits to show in this match that could make them through the playoffs.
For Lyca; if they bat first, they should definitely go for making an impressive total; this will at least put some pressure on the Dindigul Dragons as they would have to chase the total. In doing so they will definitely go for the big shots, here there will be an opportunity for the Lyca Kovai Kings to take the early wickets and turn victory to their name. Let’s see, will Dindigul maintain their victory stats or Lyca will change the scenario.
Toss Prediction in Today Match Prediction.
Dindigul Dragons if won the toss allowed to bat first, must go for a big total to secure their position in this game according to toss prediction.
Pitch and Predictions
Pitch and weather conditions according to preview and prediction of this match say the Rain has a little bit chance to interrupt the match but today match prediction analysis also says that Pitch will be Damp due to rain conditions.
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Full Match Info
Dindigul Dragons Playing XI
Hari Nishanth, N Jagadeesan, NS Chaturvedi, R Vivek, Ravichandran Ashwin, Sumant Jain, Mohan Abhinav, M Mohammed, Ramalingam Rohit, M Silambarasan and Jagannathan Kaushik.
Lyca Kovai Kings Playing XI:
Shahrukh Khan, Abhinav Mukund, Pradosh Ranjan Paul, Antony Dhas, Akkil Srinaath, Malolan Rangarajan, Muhammed Khan, S Manigandan, S Ajith Ram, Krishnamoorthy Vignesh and T. Natarajan.