Cape Cobras VS Lions Dream 11 Team Match Predictions 24th February 2019

Get Cape Cobras VS Lions Dream 11 Team Match Predictions 24th February 2019. Check today match prediction, 100% Sure prediction for Momentum One Day Cup 2019.

Our Prediction

  • Although they couldn’t get the result in their favor, Lions batsmen did a superb job in making a match out in their meeting against the Dolphins
  • Rassie van der Dussen and Reeza Hendricks have been in superb form and wouldn’t be easy to bowl to for the Cobras
  • So far in the tournament, the Cobras have struggled to perform consistently in both the departments of the game

Match Detail

  • Tournament: Momentum One Day Cup 2019
  • Date: Feb 24, 2019
  • Format: ODI
  • Venue: Recreation Ground, Oudtshoorn, South Africa
  • Time: 08:00
  • Weather: Partly cloudy, 62% Humidity, 22.6℃

About the Match

Knights continued to disappoint in South Africa’s domestic fifty-over competition as they lost to Warriors in a low-scoring closely fought encounter. Up next in the tournament are Cape Cobras taking on Lions, the result of which will most likely govern the fortunes of the two sides going forward. Lions are currently placed at fifth place, just ahead Knights, and will be looking to kick-start their campaign against Cobras who haven’t done too well either. The Cobras won their first match, but have been following the downward spiral ever since. The upcoming match will push the winner in the top half of the table, to the third spot and that is what both the sides will be striving for.

Match Preview

Cape Cobras

So far, Cape Cobras haven’t had the kind of tournament they would have wanted to. They started off with a close defeat at the hands of Warriors, went onto register a win against the Knights, but then succumbed to the pressure of chasing in their match against Dolphins.

As compared to the peers, the Cobras have a pretty good bowling attack, but their batting hasn’t really clicked thus far. Their last outing was one such instance of it as they failed to chase down 277 won a reasonably flat track. Shezi and Imran Tahir did particularly well to keep things tight in the first few overs for Dolphins in the last match as the pair of Malans failed to get Cobras going in the powerplay. Cobras slid from 43 for 0 to 88 for and even though Verreynne, Linde, and Piedt contributed with good knocks, the lack of any support from the top-order did Cobras in against the last match.

Dane Paterson has been bowling well for them and it wasn’t any different in the last game as well. He returned with the impressive figures of three for 40 in his ten overs. However, barring Linde, there wasn’t any real effort with the ball from the Cobras that allowed Dolphins to rack up a big total in the first place. Cobras eventually fell 23 runs short of the target chasing 277.


Lions’ fifth position at the points table has a lot to do with luck rather than their poor performance in the tournament. Although they started off in the tournament with a loss to Dolphins in a high-scoring contest, they haven’t really had the chance to showcase their skills thereafter.

Both of their matches were washed out due to rain, one against Knights – without a ball being bowled, and the other one against Warriors where they had Warriors on the mat before the rain intervened. All their four points in the competition have accrued due to a couple of washouts.

Although Lions’ bowling failed miserably against the Lions in their opening game of the tournament, their batsmen put together a decent effort to make a match out of it as they got might close while chasing a massive total of 343. Reeza Hendricks and Rassie van der Dussen have been in fabulous form irrespective of the team they’ve played for. The duo are likely to play a vital role if Lions are to get something going for them in what has otherwise been a rather humdrum campaign for them.

CSA T20 Challenge

Lions will take on Cape Cobras for the second time in this season. In their last encounter, Lions defeated Cobras with a massive win by 7 wickets in their home ground. Lions are in a phenomenal form and have managed to win their last two matches with a huge difference. Lions won by 6 wickets in their last match against Dolphins. Cape Cobras, on the other hand, would be feeling the heat as they have not won a single match out of three matches they have played. In comparison, Lions is a stronger side and would easily take an edge over Cobras. However, the final result will be out after the match.

When and Where:

Series- CSA T20 Challenge

Venue- Boland Park, Paarl

Date and Time- Nov 24, 06:00 PM Local

Pitch Conditions:

The Boland park wicket favours both the batsmen and bowlers. It has a quick outfield with great ground conditions. A decent total of 160-170 would be good enough to defend.

Venue Stats:

Average 1st Inns scores-241

Average 2nd Inns scores-166

Highest total recorded-353/6 (50 Ov) by RSA vs Ban

Lowest total recorded-36/10 (18.4 Ov) by Can vs SL

Highest score chased–250/2 (48.5 Ov) by RSA vs SL

Lowest score defended-204/10 (48.5 Ov) by Ind vs NED

Team News:


  • Hashim Amla and JP Duminy are the batting-pillars for CC
  • Dane Paterson and Vernon Philander are the key bowlers
  • Richard Levi is injured and will not play the Friday’s match. He has badly bruised finger and might not get well for Sunday’s match too.


  • A lot will depend on the opening pair Reeza Hendricks and Rassie van der Dussen. Both gave a tremendous start in the last match against Dolphins.
  • Bowling depends on the shoulders of pacer Kagiso Rabada and spinner Aaron Phangiso.

CC Probable Playing 11:

Hashim Amla, Jean-Paul Duminy (c), Temba Bavuma, Wayne Parnell, Qaasim Adams (wk), Jason Smith, Dane Paterson, Aviwe Mgijima, Vernon Philander, George Linde, Mthiwekhaya Nabe

HL Probable Playing 11:

Reeza Hendricks, Rassie van der Dussen, Aaron Phangiso (c), Nicky van den Bergh, Dwaine Pretorius, Willem Mulder, Mangaliso Mosehle (wk), Hardus Viljoen, Bjorn Fortuin, Omphile Ramela,  Kagiso Rabada




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