Yesterday cricket match prediction: Jones, Fortune Star Paarl Royals win. JSK snap loses run

The Pearl Royals, who lost the away game to the Durban Supergiants, came from behind with a 10-point lead at home. Wihanlubbe’s 36-ball 57, along with helpful contributions from Jos Butler and David Miller, helped the Royals achieve his 169/6 competitively on Tuesday at Borland Park, Pearl. It was helpful. Heinrich Klaasen was undefeated 56 of his 39, but Super his Giants lost wickets regularly, with Bjorn Fortuin (3-14) and Evan Jones (4-32) keycutting, 159/ Finished at 8.

The Supergiants got off to a good start as Kyle his Mayers hit some limits and Wyan Mulder recorded his six in his three overs in the first. However, they slipped to 29/3 by five overs when Meyers was caught and bowled by Bjorn Fortuyn. A quick wicket meant the Supergiants had just 37 points on the power play, and they suffered another setback when Mulder fell to the same bowler after hitting six in front of Tabrais Shamsi. was broken.

Klaasen then hit a three-four in ten overs against Shamsi, but Jason Holder, who hit a six against Evan Jones, quickly fell, putting the Supergiants in more trouble at 78/5. Klaasen and Christian Jonker tried to revive the innings, but the latter became Jones’ second wicket. Keshav Maharaj hit three 4s for 17, but Jones sacked on his wicket and back-to-back delivery of Hardus Viljoen, Super He escaped for 12 leaving the Giants at 33, their hopes resting on Klaasen. I’m here.

Klaasen struck six against Ngidi from the last ball of 19 overs, making 36 balls 50 for 14 runs. Needing 19 for the final over, Jones gave out only six of his first four deliveries, including a legbye, so the Supergiants needed two big hits to tie the game. Jones’ wide he bowled to make him 12 for 2, but with Super lacking in his Giants, Plenellan his Sabrayen couldn’t get the job done.

Earlier, the Royals got off to a slow start after being asked to bat, losing Jason Roy in three overs who was bowled by Bill Jones.Butler then followed suit with Reese to complete his 9000 runs in T20 cricket. He moved 4 and he 6 ahead of his Topley. The Royals managed 43 on power plays before Lubbe faced Maharajji, returning spinners for 4 and 6 in 7 overs. A second pair of wickets added 53, but the partnership ended when Butler was pushed away by Maharajji.

At half-time he scored 72 points and the Royals continued to play thanks to Lubbe who regularly made the boundary while clearing his fence deep in Pretorius mid-wicket and in the 16th inning he scored six overs. In the long leg he scored a 33-ball 50 and scored against Topley. But he fell in the same direction and got an inside edge on the stump. Pretorius quickly took a wicket from Eoin Morgan, but some useful runs hitting two 4s and a 6 from Miller helped the Royals die in quick runs. However, Ferisco Adams struck out six as the Royals were just short of 170 after scoring 50 from their last five overs.

Brief scores: Paarl Royals 169/6 in 20 overs (Wihan Lubbe 57, Jos Buttler 35; Dwaine Pretorius 2-25) beat Durban Super Giants 159/8 in 20 overs (Heinrich Klaasen 56*; Evan Jones 4-32, Bjorn Fortuin 3-14) by 10 runs.

Johannesburg Super Kings vs. Pretoria Capitals

The Johannesburg Super Kings faced the legendary Wanderers for the first time and in a hard-fought victory over Pretoria Capitals he beat Pretoria Capitals by six runs, allowing him to end his losing streak at home thanks to his ground. His JSK, which previously saw him struggle with a two-tier face, was backed up by his Leus du Plooy, who used a Rapid Fire 75 that was the basis for achieving his 168. Aaron Panguiso then derailed the Capitals chase with his 32-4 to give JSK their second win of the season.

The field was chosen by the Capitals given their opponent’s weaknesses when hitting and the traditional advantage of tracking the T20. Reeza Hendricks and Faf du Plessis started cautiously, making him 45 in seven overs before a lively du Plessis sent him off for 16-ball 27 from Anrich Nortje. But the JSK captain at least helped create a platform for du Plooy to tee off. And he did. No. 3 JSK started five sixes and seven fours with a 75 40 ball knock that helped level Hendrix’s unusually slow knock (45/50). JSK stuttered afterwards and was limited to 168, mostly thanks to his 3-for-12 on Ethan Bosh, but this time he had a score to compete with.

The Capitals ran through the block through Phil Salt and Will Jax and added 30 from his three overs in the first before breaking back-to-back deliveries for Alzari Joseph to sack Jax and Riley Rossouw. . Phangiso then turned the game in full favor for JSK after hitting three times in the first 13 balls and being hit 3 6 by James Neesham. He also dismissed the New Zealander for the fourth wicket.

The Capitals were still very cornered and at 27-18 he needed to go 20-12 and he 10-6 but Romario Sheppard finished the game in the finals and Adil he took on Rashid and Ann. Sacked both of Lich Norce and regained their smiles. yellow camp.

Brief scores: Johannesburg Super Kings 168/6 in 20 overs (Leus du Plooy 75, Reeza Hendricks 45; Eathan Bosch 3-12) beat Pretoria Capitals 162 in 20 overs (Phil Salt 29, James Neesham 24; Aaron Phangiso 4-32) by 6 runs.

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