Who will win Toronto Nationals vs Montreal Tigers, Global T20 Canada 2019?
Montreal Tigers can seal a play-off place when they meet Toronto Nationals at Brampton’s CAA Centre in the Global T20 Canada 2019. The match takes place on August 4 and starts at 16:30 local time.
This is the final game of the first phase of group-stage fixtures – though there is one further round of fixtures to come before the play-offs. If Montreal win, they will be guaranteed a play-off place with a game to spare. They won their most recent match to bounce back to form after a chastening couple of games before that.
Toronto, on the other hand, have won just once in four games so far. They lost to Brampton last time out and know anything less than a win will end their top-four ambitions for a second consecutive year.
TTN vs MNT, GT20 Canada 2019: Where to watch/Live streaming
TV channels: Free Sports, Star Sports, Fox Sports, GEO Super, GTV, ATN Cricket Plus, Willow TV, OSN Sports Cricket, Sportsmax
Live streaming: Hotstar
TTN vs MNT Toss Prediction
Montreal Tigers have won their last three tosses in a row so they are due a loss. Toronto elected to field first last time out and that tends to be the norm in this competition.
TTN vs MNT Weather Report
The first phase of league fixtures is set to conclude in clear, warm and sunny conditions in Brampton.
TTN vs MNT Pitch Condition
The Montreal Tigers’ bowlers have learned the hard way just how much the Brampton wicket favours the batsmen. Few bowling teams have suffered to the same extent as the Tigers, but there is no question this a great deck for batting on.
Read on for team previews, betting tips, latest odds and match prediction for Toronto Nationals vs Montreal Tigers, Global T20 Canada 2019
Montreal Tigers Predicted Playing 11
- Kyle Coetzer, Ruvindu Gunasekera, Anton Devcich, George Bailey, Dinesh Chandimal, Matthew Cross, Scott Kuggeleijn, Dillon Heyliger, Nikhil Dutta, Fawad Ahmed, Isuru Udana
Toronto Nationals Predicted Playing 11
- Rodrigo Thomas, Brendon McCullum, Heinrich Klaasen (wk), Yuvraj Singh (c), Moises Henriques, Chris Green, Mitchell McClenaghan, Mark Montfort, Salman Nazar, Jeremy Gordon, Sandeep Lamichhane