ICC Men’s T20 WC 2022 East Asia Pacific Qualifier: Japan vs Indonesia Preview
The third match of the 2022 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Asia Pacific Qualifier B will pit Japan against Indonesia on Sunday at Sano International Cricket Stadium in Kanto.
Host Japan easily defeated South Korea in the first game, thanks to Captain Kendel Fleming’s magnificent tonne. Japan earned their first victory of the competition with this outcome.
Against South Korea, on the other hand, Indonesia played expertly with both the bat and the ball to secure a convincing victory. Kadek Gamantika, the team’s captain, will be hopeful that they can play to their usual calibre in this match.
The team will be relying on players like skipper Lachlan Lake, Supun Navaratne, Kendel Fleming, Shogo Kimura, and Sabaorish Ravichandran to score the majority of the runs in the batting department. In the first game, Japan’s skipper was assisted by Kendel Fleming, who batted brilliantly to help his team post 218 runs in their allowed 20 overs. Ten fours and ten sixes let him score 118 runs off only 46 balls.
The team will be counting on bowlers like Ibrahim Takahashi, Declan Suzuki, Piyush Kumbhare, Reo Thomas, and Kobei Kubota to make significant bowling strikes.
The team’s batting lineup will be dependent on players like captain Kadek Gamantika,Padmakar Surve, Kadek Darmawan, and Danilson Hawoe to provide the majority of the runs and aid Indonesia in compiling a respectable total.
Padmakar Surve fared brilliantly in the previous game, scoring 61 runs off 45 balls with six fours and two sixes. Kadek Gamantika, who contributed with 35 runs off 39 balls and three fours, gave him strong assistance.
The team’s bowlers, namely Ketut Artawan, Kadek Gamantika, Maxi Koda, Ketut Artawan, and Danilson Hawoe, will be counted on to produce timely wickets Maxi Koda was Indonesia’s preferred bowler in the previous game, recording 3 for 15 in his four overs.
When: 16 October 2022
Where: Sano International Cricket Stadium in Kanto
Japan’s Probable XI: Lachlan Lake, Kendel Fleming (c), Ibrahim Takahashi, Sabaorish Ravichandran, Alexander Patmore (wk), Shogo Kimura, Supun Navaratne, Declan Suzuki, Piyush Kumbhare, Reo Thomas, Kohei Kubota
Indonesia’s Probable XI: Kadek Darmawan, Kadek Gamantika (c), Padmakar Surve, Danilson Hawoe, Kirubasankar Ramamoorthy, Gede Priandana, Anjar Tadarus, Ahmad Ramdoni (wk), Ketut Artawan, Maxi Koda, and Ferdinando Banunaek