Cape Cobras have had the wood over Warriors and have won 18 out of the 28 matches played between the two teams. However, in the last match that was played between the two sides, Warriors came out victorious by a 10-run margin. The team has also won five the last seven matches between the two sides have played at this venue. So, if you are thinking of having a flutter on the match, you would do no worse than looking at a Swedish website for online gaming or casino tips, because you will be just as likely to pick a winner there!
Warriors are gaining steam as their campaign is moving forward and are in full flow with the semi-final having arrived. They were successful in restricting the Knights to 96-7, on the back of some exceptional bowling from Andrew Birch who claimed figures of 4-10. Birch has been well assisted by Sisanda Magala and Lutho Sipamla.
Among the batters, Matthew Breetzke, Gihahn Cloete, JJ Smuts, Sinethemba Qeshile and Marco Marais have done a fine job and would be expected to continue their good work.Despite veteran batsman Hashim Amla opting out of the remaining matches of Cape Cobras, the team has a solid top four with Janneman Malan, Kyle Verreynne, David Bedingham and Jean-Paul Duminy taking charge
Among Cobras' bowlers, each of Vernon Philander, Rory Kleinveldt and Tladi Bokako have had their days and it would require an extraordinary performance from one of them to help Cobras reach the finals.
Let's have a look at the squads of both teams.
Warriors- Matthew Breetzke, Gihahn Cloete, JJ Smuts (c), Sinethemba Qeshile (wk), Marco Marais, Onke Nyaku, Thomas Kaber, Andrew Birch, Sisanda Magala, Jade de Klerk, Lutho Sipamla
Cape Cobras- Janneman Malan, Kyle Verreynne, David Bedingham (wk), Jean-Paul Duminy, Jason Smith, Aviwe Mgijima, George Linde, Vernon Philander, Rory Kleinveldt (c), Tladi Bokako, Nkululeko Serame
Cricket Betting Tips and Match Predictions
Who will win? – Warriors