A struggling Mid-East Metals take on Kabul Zalmi Live Star in Plater quarter-final 4 of Sharjah Ramadan T10 2022 at Sharjah Cricket Stadium on Wednesday, May 4. The match will start at 11:30 PM IST.
Mid-East Metals vs Kabul Zalmi Live Star odds for Sharjah Ramadan T10 2022
Mid-East Metals: 1.64
Kabul Zalmi Live Star: 2.28
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Mid-East Metals vs Kabul Zalmi Live Star recent form
Both Mid-East Metals and Kabul Zalmi Live Star won just one of their three group stage matches.
Mid-East Metal started off their Sharjah Ramadan T10 2022 campaign with an impressive 71-run win over Rehan Khan Events. The match saw three players playing a quickfire 20-plus innings on the back of which they posted 116/7 in 10 overs.
Faizan Ali picked four wickets while conceding just two runs in as many overs as Mid-East Metal walked out victorious. Despite the strong start, however, the team went on to lose their next two league stage games.
Kabul Zalmi Live Star, on the other hand, started off on a losing note. However, after two consecutive defeats, the team bounced back to winning ways, beating Machos CC in their final league stage encounter while also getting better of Rehan Khan Events in pre quarter-final 1.
Mid-East Metals: L, L, W
Kabul Zalmi Live Star: W, W, L, L
Mid-East Metals vs Kabul Zalmi Live Star head-to-head
Wednesday’s match between Mid-East Metals and Kabul Zalmi Live is going to be their first-ever meeting in the Sharjah Ramadan T10 2022.
Mid-East Metals vs Kabul Zalmi Live Star prediction and betting tips for Sharjah Ramadan T10 2022
Despite the lacklustre form, Mid-East Metals have been one of the best batting teams this season, having scored 100 or more runs in two of their three matches. The only time they failed was against Interglobe Marine where they scored 98/4 in 10 overs.
If they can repeat the feat on Wednesday, it will be really difficult for Kabul Zalmi Live Star to match the total since the surface of Sharjah Cricket Stadium has slowed down a bit.
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