The Chennai Braves vs Deccan Gladiators T10 Match Prediction. The Chennai Braves will take on the Deccan Gladiators in the 18th match of the Abu Dhabi T10 League 2021 on Friday. The Chennai Braves are still searching for their first win in this tournament. They have lost 5 consecutive matches on the trot. The Gladiators have only themselves to blame for being unable to win 2 games against the Bangla Tigers and Team Abu Dhabi in their past history. With a 59 stand from Hazratullah Zazai, Bangla Tigers comprehensively beat Gladiators by 9 wickets on Wednesday to register their third win in this competition. With 6 points, the Gladiators are in third place in the table. They must maintain the same rhythm in their forthcoming encounters.
Match: The Chennai Braves vs Deccan Gladiators
Date: November 26, 2021
Time: 9:30 PM IST.
Venue: sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi.
The weather will be sunny, with a high of 32 °C forecasts during the day. At night, the temperature is expected to dip to 24 °C. Because there will be no showers, the weather will stay dry. The humidity will be 62 %.
It’s tough to defend the target at this stadium, as the chasing side has won seven of the previous ten games played here. Whoever wins the toss should bowl first without hesitation.
Dasun Shanaka (c), Mohammad Shahzad (wk), Ravi Bopara, Yusuf Pathan, Tion Webster, Bhanuka Rajapaksa, Angelo Perera, Samiullah Shinwari, Curtis Campher, Roman Walker, Munaf Patel
Wahab Riaz (c), Tom Moores (wk), Tom Kohler Cadmore, Tom Banton, Andre Russell, David Wiese, Wanindu Hasaranga, Anwar Ali, Odean Smith, Tymal Mills, Sultan Ahmed
In the last match against the Bangla Tigers, Tom Banton played aggressive innings, smashing 18 balls for 30 runs before being caught by I Udana on Benny Howell’s bowl. The squad will be hoping for a solid performance from him in this encounter.
Bhanuka Rajapaksa is one of the modern-day heavy hitters, with enough firepower to easily clear the fence. In this event, Rajapaksa scored 34 runs in only 13 balls against the Northern Warriors but still lost the match. This time we can expect him to be in form again.
The Chennai Braves have had a dreadful start to the season, with five defeats in five games. In a tournament like this with such a limited timeframe, you can’t afford to be behind the eight-ball early on, as the Chennai Braves have sadly done. Momentum and confidence will be low in the camp, and both will be tough to reclaim when games come thick and fast.
Deccan Gladiators are coming off a setback to the Bangla Tigers, but they have recovered from defeat before and are more than capable of doing so again. With a strong top-order batting line, the Gladiators could prosper against a Chennai bowling attack that has been hammered in previous matches, resulting in a Deccan Gladiators win by a comfortable margin.