June 5, 2018
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ESS vs KET Dream11 Predictions English ODD Cup | ESS vs KET Dream11 Team

By Yash Mittal

ESS vs KET Dream11 Match Predictions

Essex vs Kent Royal London One-Day Cup Match Preview

As the race for the knock-out stage heats up, second-placed Kent will host the third-placed Essex in the South Group, Royal London Cup fixture at Chelmsford on Wednesday. Wheater (60) and Westley (88) laid the cornerstone of Essex win in their previous fixture as they helped their team chase down 282 in 48 overs. On the bowling front, Coles (2-61), Wagner (2-52) and Ashar Zaidi (2-32) claimed two wickets each to derail Sussex charge.

Their opponents in Kent too are coming off an imperious show against Gloucestershire as twin hundreds from Kuhn (113) and Denly (109) meant Kent strolled past 8-322 set by Gloucestershire.

Essex has had the better of Kent in the past five encounters, having beaten them on four instances out of five, with one game ending in a draw.

ESS vs KET Team News

Both Essex and Kent have named an unchanged squad for tomorrow’s fixture.



M Coles, Sam Cook, S harmer, D Lawrence, J Porter, S Snater, N Wagner, T Westley, A Wheater, A Zaidi,R ten Doeschate, R Bopara, V Chopra


Harry Podmore, Heino Kuhn, Sean Dickson, Sam Billings (c), Alex Blake, Darren Stevens, Calum Haggett, Adam Rouse, Matt Henry, Mitch Claydon, Imran Qayyum,Daniel Bell-Drummond, Joe Denly

ESS vs KET Playing 11

The probable ESS vs KET playing 11 (as per the last fixture)  is listed below.


Wicketkeeper- Adam Wheater

Batsmen- Varun Chopra, Ryan ten Doeschate (c), Daniel Lawrence, Tom Westley

All-rounder- Ravi Bopara, Ashar Zaidi, Simon Harmer

Bowlers- Neil Wagner, Matt Coles,  Samuel Cook


Wicket-keeper: Sam Billings (c & wk),

Batsmen: Joe Denly, Sean Dickson, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Alex Blake, Heino Kuhn

All-rounder: Calum Haggett, Darren Stevens

Bowlers: Mitchell Claydon, Harry Podmore, Matt Henry

ESS vs KET Players to watch out for:

For Essex, Wheater (60) and Westley (88) laid the cornerstone of their win against Sussex and would hold key against Kent.

On the bowling front, Coles (2-61), Wagner (2-52) and Ashar Zaidi (2-32) claimed two wickets each to derail Sussex charge.

As for Kent twin, hundreds by Kuhn and Denly paved the way for a 67-wicket win against Gloucestershire.

On the bowling side of things, Haggett (2-51) and Stevens (2-43) lead the attack valiantly against Gloucestershire.

ESS vs KET Dream11 Team

Yash Mittal

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