SKS vs KC Live Score, Japan Premier League T20, SKS vs KC Live Cricket Score

SKS vs KC Live Score, In the Match of Japan Premier League T20 which will be played at Sano International Cricket Ground, Sano; SKS vs KC Live Score, Match between South Kanto Super Kings vs Kansai Chargers Live on 24 July 2020 Live Score & Live Streaming.

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Match Detail

Match:        SKS vs KC
Date:          Friday 24 July, 2020
Time:          11:00 AM IST.

SKS vs KC Squads

South Kanto Super

Sabaorish Ravichandran (C), Kohei Kubota, Hiroshige Murakawa, Rohit Kesari, Mohamed Yusry, Piyush Kumbhare, Daniel Mee, Vinay Iyer, Rasika Chandimal, Gurman Singh, Nikhil Chhajed, Prashanth Kale, Ankush Mahasaheb, Karthick Vellingiri, Manoj Bhardwaj, Raj Kamal, Alex Patmore, Raman Tanwar

Kansai Chargers

Sota Wada (C), Daichi Motoyama, Kohei Wakita, Mahmood ur Rahman, Syed Farooq Ali, Yuji Yamamoto, Chanaka Dushmantha, Subhan Arshad, Makoto Taniyama, Kenjiro Iwamoto, Shahen Silva, Ryuichi Ashida, Umair zulfiqar, Basit Abbasi, Harambage Sukita, Akira Kuribayasi, Ikuya Nishioka, Remesh Palakkad

SKS vs KC Predicted XIs

South Kanto Super Kings Team Playing 11

Prashant Kale, Nikhil Chhajed, Sabaorish Ravichandran (c), R Tanwar, Karthik Vellingiri, Alex Patmore (wk), Gurman Singh, Rohit Kesari, Piyush Kumbhare, M Bhardwaj, Kouhei Kubota

Kansai Chargers Team Playing 11

Chanka Dushmantha, Sota Wada, Mahmood ur-Rahman, Remesh Palakkad, Akira Kuribayasi, Kenjiro Iwamoto, Ryuichi Ashida, Daichi Motoyama, Kohei Wakita, Harambage Sukita, Shahen Silva

Weather Report & Pitch Condition

The Sano International Cricket Ground has 40% chances of rain on Friday morning and hence interruptions are expected.

The Sano International Cricket Ground 2 hosted two matches during the 2019 edition of Japan Premier League where first innings scores of 77/10 and 128/7 were recorded and both being chased down.

SKS vs KC Key Players

South Kanto Super Kings

  1. Raman Tanwar
  2. Karthick Vellingiri
  3. Alex Patmore (W)
  4. Gurman Singh
  5. Manoj Bhardwaj
  6. Rohit Kesari
  7. Kohei Kubota
  8. Piyush Kumbhare

Kansai Chargers

  1. Mahmood Ur Rahman
  2. Syed Farooq Ali
  3. Makoto Taniyama
  4. Akira Kuribayasi
  5. Kenjiro Iwamoto
  6. Daichi Motoyana
  7. Yuji Yamamoto
  8. Harambage Sukita

Best Choice For Captain And Vice-Captain

  • Captain options – Vinay Iyer, Makoto Taniyama, Sabaorish RavichandranVice-Captain options – Akira Kuribayasi, Basit Abbasi, Remesh Palakkad

Who will win SKS vs KC Today Match Prediction?

South Kanto Super Kings made a winning start of their campaign with a 7 runs win over East Kanto Sunriers and tomorrow they will be playing two matches and will look to repeat their performance in these two matches as well. Though weather forecast isn’t good and it could be a short game. In the first match Super Kings’ openers provided a good start and later S Ravichandran bowled very well and picked up 3 wickets and he will be their key player. On the other hand, Kansai Chargers too will play two matches tomorrow and they will hope for a winning start.

Japan Premier League T20

Japan T20 started on 23 July. The competition spread over three days will witness five teams competing for the league title. There will be four games each day although only two completed on Day 1 due to unfavourable weather.

The highest level of domestic cricket in Japan, the Japan Premier League T20 features representative teams from East, West, South and North Kanto as well as Kansai.

The league will see five teams compete for the title and will take place over three days. The action started at 10:30 am (JST) with four games scheduled to take place each day, although only two were able to be completed today due to inclement weather.

The final of the competition was to take place on July 25, at 2:30 pm but has already been rescheduled for 10.30am on the 26th, with any further abandonment pushing that final game back to 2.30pm.

The teams in the competition are comprised of players who excelled during the T20 Japan Cup from each region. This means that each team has well-established Japanese national players within their ranks along with exciting young talents and star players from further afield.

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