We have opted for a fantasy cricket team on basis of probable XIs, recent performances, overall impact, and credit points.
Surrey: Will Jacks, Jason Roy, Laurie Evans, Sam Curran (c), Jamie Smith (wk), Tom Curran, Sunil Narine, Jamie Overton, Gus Atkinson, Daniel Worrall, Daniel Moriarty
Kent: Tawanda Muyeye, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Joe Denly, Sam Billings (c & wk), Jordan Cox, George Linde, Jack Leaning, Joey Evison, Grant Stewart, Kane Richardson, Michael Hogan
(Based on the last three games at the Oval)
1st innings avg. score: 170/5
2nd innings avg. score: 177/7
Batting 1st: 33%
Batting 2nd: 67%
Seamers took 56% of the wickets, with 12 of 36 wickets falling between overs 15 and 20. Meanwhile, five fifties were registered – of which three belonged to the top order.
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Jason Roy has tormented the Kent bowlers in the past: 808 runs at 54, including two centuries.
Sam Curran has enjoyed plying his craft at the Oval, where he has accumulated 548 runs, taken 38 wickets, and grabbed 15 catches.
At the same venue, Sunil Narine has bagged 20 wickets, including three three-fors – of which 14 have come bowling first.
When these teams last locked horns, Jordan Cox (54 off 31) was the power player for Kent.
Grant Stewart (189 runs and two wickets) is the only player from either side to feature in the Best11 in his last five T20s.
For the year, Kane Richardson has scalped 11 wickets including four two-wicket hauls in T20 franchise cricket.
By adding 218 runs, picking 12 wickets, and pouching three catches, George Linde provided an average of 42 points per outing in 2022.
Michael Hogan had a successful time in the previous edition, bagging 20 wickets in only 11 games. He also featured in the Best11 in four of his last five outings.