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Market Report – UAE International League T20 – Qualifier 2, February 10, 2023

Gulf Giants vs. MI Emirates Match 33

The two top teams on the points table will now meet each other in the final. The first season of the ILT20 League is at twilight as just one game, and two teams are left. The Gulf Giants have defeated the MI Emirates in the second qualifier to set up a final with the Desert Vipers.

Here are the match details and market report of qualifier 2:

 

Match 33: Gulf Giants vs. MI Emirates

 

Gulf Giants 168 for 6 (Vince 83, Jordan 2/25(11%)) beat MI Emirates 167 for 5 (Pollard 57(9%), Pooran 29) by 4 wickets.

 

After being invited to bat first, MI Emirates were rocked early. The hero of the previous game, Andre Fletcher(↓19%), departed for just 4. He was followed by Lorcan Tucker in the 5th over. The Emirates were 31 for 2 after 5 overs. The situation became worse when they lost 4 wickets at the score of 67 after 10.1 overs.

It looked like the batting side might not go beyond 150. But, the skipper Kieron Pollard(9%) was in a different mood. He hammered 57 runs off just 35 balls to help MI Emirates close the innings at 167 for 5. Chris Jordan(11%) and David Wiese(10%)  bagged 2 wickets apiece.

The chase started on a high for the Giants as James Vince and Chris Lynn brought up 64 runs in the batting powerplay. The latter fell after scoring 24 off 14. The next three batters contributed only 22 runs in 20 balls to allow the defending side a chance in the game.

With 60 needed off 45 and 4 wickets down, the game was on. But James Vince stood firm and formed 36 and 20 run-partnerships for the 5th and 6th wicket, respectively. He stayed unbeaten on 83 off just 56 balls to get the Giants over the line. Now, the final will be played between the Desert Vipers and the Gulf Giants on Sunday.

 

SportiScore Analysis

 

Kieron Pollard(9%)  ended his tournament by becoming Sportiqo’s most valuable player on Friday. The MI Emirates skipper plundered 57 runs in 35 balls with 3 fours and 4 sixes. He was expensive with the ball, as his 2 overs went for 24. Still, he got 37.1 SportiScore points in qualifier 2.

Chris Jordan(11%) was brilliant yet again with his spell of 2 for 25 in 4 overs. His spell earned him 16.85 SportiScores. David Wiese’s(10%) all-around performance earned him 13.5 points. He bowled 4 overs for just 31 runs and got a couple of wickets as well. While batting, Wiese scored 15 off 10 with a four and a six.

 

Here are the performances and SportiScores earned by top players in the second qualifier of the ILT20 League:

PlayerPerformanceSportiScores Earned
Kieron Pollard57(35) & 0/2437.1
Chris Jordan2/2516.85
David Wiese15(10) & 2/3113.5
Trent Boult1/350.5
Dwayne Bravo2(2) & 1/27-0.5
Andre Fletcher4(4) -4
Shimron Hetmyer0(1)-6

 

Market Update

 

Kieron Pollard(9%)  got his price increased by 28.02 SPQs in his last match. Chris Jordan(11%) and David Wiese(10%) also had their price go up by 15.27 and 11.83 SPQs, respectively. In comparison, Shimron Hetmyer’s(↓5%) value declined by 7.64 SPQs. Andre Fletcher(↓19%) ended his journey in the league with a price drop of 13.17 SPQs.

 

Let’s see the major price changes in the players’ value after the third game of the playoff stage:

PlayerPerformanceSportiScores Earned
Kieron Pollard57(35) & 0/2437.1
Chris Jordan2/2516.85
David Wiese15(10) & 2/3113.5
Trent Boult1/350.5
Dwayne Bravo2(2) & 1/27-0.5
Andre Fletcher4(4) -4
Shimron Hetmyer0(1)-6

 

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