Kenya (KEN) will play Bermuda (BER) in match 17 of ICC T20 World Cup Qualifiers 2019. Bermuda vs Kenya Group A clash in the 2019 ICC Twenty20 World Cup Qualifiers will be played at the ICC Cricket Academy in Dubai, UAE. Kenya and Bermuda have suffered defeats in the matches they have respectively played so far in the ICC Twenty20 World Cup Qualifiers. Cricket fans, who play fantasy games like Dream11 will find all details here to build a strong team for the BEN vs KEN match in the T20 World Cup Qualifiers. Both sides come into this match searching for their first victory. Meanwhile, those searching for the Dream11 Team Prediction for the Bermuda vs Kenya clash, should scroll down for all information in addition to tips to pick best all-rounders, wicket-keepers, batsmen and bowlers. Bermuda Vs Kenya, Cricket Score.
Bermuda were bundled for 89 in their opening match against Papua New Guinea with only four batsmen crossing double figures and only one managing to score over 20 runs. They were thrashed by Papua New Guinea by 10 wickets and at least 9 overs to spare. The Dion Stovell led side bounced back with a better batting performance in their next game against Singapore with Janeiro Tucker even hitting a half-century. They nearly upset Singapore before Navin Param carried his side home with a fiery 72 from 41 deliveries.
For Kenya, it has only been a disappointment so far. They have lost to the Netherlands and Scotland by 30 and 31 runs respectively in the two games they have played so far. The batting has failed to breach the 150-run mark while chasing in both the matches, but it has been the bowling that has disappointed more. Kenya have conceded 166 and 170 runs in their two matches and captain Shem Ngoche called for a better performance from his bowlers.
BEN vs KEN – Dream11 Team Prediction – Wicket-Keepers:
Irfan Karim (KEN) and Okera Bascome (BER) are the two wicket-keepers involved in the game. Karim was promoted to open the innings for Kenya after batting lower down the order in Kenya’s defeat against the Dutchmen. His answer to the promotion was a half-century and he should be continuing at that position for the Africa nation. Okera, on the other, had been a disappointment. Hence, Karim should be the automatic choice for the wicket-keeping role.
BEN vs KEN – Dream11 Team Prediction – Batsmen:
The latest Dream11 rules allow every fantasy game players to pick a maximum of six batsmen in their Dream11 squad. But picking four specialist batsmen should be a wise move as it leaves slots open for the all-rounders and bowlers. Collins Obuya (KEN), Delray Rawlins (BER) and Janeiro Tucker (BER) should be the automatic choices for the batting line-up. Tucker and Obuya have hit one half-century so far, while Rawlins was Bermuda’s top-scorer in the humiliating defeat to PNG. Rakep Patel (KEN) is another good choice to fill the middle-order slot, while Rodney Trott is also available.
BEN vs KEN – Dream11 Team Prediction: All-rounders:
You can pick a maximum of four all-rounders for this Bermuda vs Kenya match in the 2019 ICC Twenty20 World Cup Qualifiers. While choosing the all-rounders, it is important to keep in mind that all three batsmen picked earlier are excellent bowlers and are capable of giving four overs each. So Malachi Jones (BER), Shem Ngoche (KEN) and Rodney Trott (BER) should fill the all-rounder’s role in this Dream11 team.
BEN vs KEN – Dream11 Team Prediction: Bowlers:
Kenya duo Lucas Oluoch and Nelson Odhiambo should be the first two choices for the bowler’s slot. George O’Brien, who impressed for Bermuda against Singapore can be the third choice bowler. But with so many bowlers already available, you can go with only two specialist bowlers.
BEN vs KEN – Dream11 Team Prediction:
Irfan Karim (KEN), Collins Obuya (KEN), Delray Rawlins (BER), Janeiro Tucker (BER), Rakep Patel (KEN), Malachi Jones (BER), Shem Ngoche (KEN), Rodney Trott (BER), Lucas Oluoch (KEN) Nelson Odhiambo (KEN) and George O’Brien (BER).
Papua New Guinea lead Group A standings with four points each from two games. The Netherlands and Singapore also have the same number of points from same number of matches but are behind on run-rate. The Netherlands are placed second, while Singapore follow at third. Scotland with one win and loss each from two matches are fourth.