Montreal Tigers vs Edmonton Royals Betting Tips & Prediction – GT20 Canada 9th Match

Prateik K
By: Prateik K
Prediction Montreal Tigers vs Edmonton Royals

Betting Tips for Montreal Tigers vs Edmonton Royals

Tigers won by 4 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)

Winner Odds

Montreal Tigers – 1.71 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.171 if Montreal Tigers wins) BET NOW
Edmonton Royals – 1.95 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.195 if Edmonton Royals wins) BET NOW

More Odds & Betting Tips

  • The Over 5.5 selection in the Montreal Tigers 1st Over Runs market has odds of 1.75 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.175). While the Under 5.5 has odds of 1.95 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.195). BET NOW
  • In the market for Edmonton Royal 2nd Over Runs, the Over 7.5 selection has odds of 1.80 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.180). While the odds of Under 7.5 are set at 1.90 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.190). BET NOW
  • The odds for Over 89.5 runs are set at 2.30 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.230) in the 1st Over to 10th Over Total Runs market for Montreal Tigers. The Under 89.5 selection in this market has odds of 1.53 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.153). BET NOW
  • For Edmonton Royal Total Runs 1st Over to 6th Over market, the Over 55.5 runs selection offers odds of 2.50 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.250). While the Under 55.5 selection has odds of 1.45 (bet Rs.100 and win Rs.145). BET NOW

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GT20 Canada Match 9 Squad Comparison

Montreal Tigers

Montreal Tigers conceded 276 runs after winning the toss and electing to bowl first in their last match against Vancouver Knights. The match was abandoned due to bad weather, though it seemed unlikely for Tigers to chase such a mammoth target. In their 2nd match of the season, Montreal Tigers had won the toss and elected to bat first. After an opening stand of 37 runs off 20 balls, the batting order collapsed as the team finished with 101 all-out in the 19th over.

Their bowling has been very expensive, as they lost to Brampton Wolves defending 101 runs by 10 wickets and 13 over remaining. In the recent match against Vancouver Knights, Sunil Narine, Sean Abbott, and Dillon Heyliger picked 1 wicket each. While these 3 were the only wicket-takers in the side, they bowled at economy rates of 12.50, 17.00, and 15.67.

The best bowling performance from Montreal Tigers, came against Winnipeg Hawks in a rain-reduced match, defending 135 runs in 12 overs. Mohammad Naveed picked 2 for 26 in 3 overs, while Sean Abbott finished 1 for 20 in 3 overs as the Tigers won by 24 runs. Earlier in the match, Sunil Narine and Anton Devcich had scored 59 and 40 runs helping Montreal post a total of 135 runs in 12 overs.

Edmonton Royals

Edmonton Royals have scored an innings total of 180 and above in both the games they’ve played in GT20 Canada so far. They lost both these matches – batting first, and second in the 1st and 2nd game. After two quick setbacks in the middle order, James Neesham, Ben Cutting and Shadab Khan helped recover with quick partnerships batting first against Toronto Nationals.

Cutting’s 43 off 24 and Shadab Khan’s 36 off 17 balls helped Edmonton Royal reach 191 in 20 overs. While Edmonton Royal bounced back from 79-4 batting first, they couldn’t repeat the same when they were 76-4 in 8 overs chasing 208 against Brampton Wolves. James Neesham was top scorer with 33 off 18 balls, while Shadab Khan scored 27 off 18 balls, while Ben Cutting was out for 2. Neesham and Khan didn’t bat together for a long time, and their individual innings failed to strike a partnership with between themselves and other batsmen. Royals finished 180-9 with Safyaan Sharif and Kyle Phillip unbeaten on 18.

The bowlers have conceded 192 and 207 in the first and second match, though they were successful in picking up wickets. Edmonton Royals have 14 dismissals in two matches, a number quite higher than that of Montreal Tigers.

Our Prediction for Montreal Tigers vs Edmonton Royals

Edmonton Royals are favourites to win this match

Edmonton Royals’ batting stats show their ability to make comebacks and higher chances of striking partnerships in the later half of the innings. Montreal Tigers seem weaker bowling side on paper with not many wickets and higher economy rates in the last 2 innings. The batting has failed on one of the two occasions of batting first. Their last performance was below par and shows their less likely to chase 210 and above target.

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