Competition of hundreds of men 2021. Game 29: Trent Rockets vs Manchester Originals


The Trent Rockets and Manchester Originals meet in the 29th game of The Hundred 2021 at Trent Bridge in Nottingham on Sunday.

The Trent Rockets are in third place with four wins in seven games so far at The Hundred. They lost their last appearance against Birmingham Phoenix. Running 167, they gave up at 150/9, so in the end they were 16 runs behind. The Rockets have fallen to three defeats in their last four games and seem to have fallen out of the way. However, they are still in a good position to finish among the top four.

Manchester Originals have won just two games and have six points with two washes. In sixth place in the table, their chances of finishing the top four teams look bleak. They are also making a big loss for the Northern Superchargers. Superchargers amassed a whopping 200, and Originals managed to score just 131 drives in response.

This game has great significance for both parties. The Trent Rockets will want to win this game and solidify their position among the top four with ten points. On the other hand, Manchester Originals will have to win this match by a big margin even if they want to have outside chances to advance to the next stage.

Match details

Match: Trent Rockets vs Manchester Originals, One Hundred People 2021

Date: August 15, 2021 (Sunday)

Time: 11:30 PM (EST)

Venue: Trent Bridge, Nottingham

Weather forecast

Nottingham are predicted to have clouds throughout the match. However, there is no rain forecast. Temperatures will vary between 14 and 16 degrees Celsius.

Pitch Report

The previous game at this place was a big deal. Birmingham Phoenix made 166 runs, while the Trent Rockets managed to get to 150 in response. However, conditions could be conducive to fast bowlers at an early stage. A total of about 150 or more would be ideal for this pedestrian.

Scheduled play XI

Trent Rockets

The Trent Rockets will have great concern about entering this game as their top ranking failed to ignite again in the final game. The trio of D’Arcy Short, Alex Hales and Dawid Malan will have to fire at all costs. The middle row seems to be in decent contact. Most of their bowlers were among the gates last time. However, they were expensive and will need to be improved.

Predicted XI: Lewis Gregory (c), D’Arcy Short, Alex Hales, David Malan, Tom Moores (wk), Samit Patel, Steven Mullaney, Rashid Khan, Matthew Carter, Marchant de Lange, Samuel Cook

Manchester Originals

Manchester Originals had a forgotten time last time out. Lockie Ferguson i Steven Finn were among the pedestrians. However, they were all too expensive, so they received 200 runs in 20 overs. The top order in Phil Salt, Joe Clarke and Colin Munro also failed under pressure. Among others, like Salt, Ferguson, Carlos Brathwaite, Parkinson and Munro, he will have to take on more responsibility this time around.

Predicted XI: Carlos Brathwaite (c), Philip Salt (wk), Joe Clarke, Colin Munro, Colin Ackermann, Tom Lammonby, Calvin Harrison, Lockie Ferguson, Tom Hartley, Steven Finn, Matthew Parkinson

Match prediction

Manchester Originals struggled throughout the tournament. Their bowling didn’t look in shape, and they didn’t do very well with the sticks either. The Trent Rockets won two of three games by playing at home. They will try to finish the group stage with a victory and bring some momentum to the playoffs.

Details about TV and live broadcast

TV: N / A

Live broadcast: Fancode.


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