April 18, 2019
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LAN vs NOT Dream11 Team | England Domestic One Day Cup | Team News, Fantasy Team

By Shorya Panwar

LAN vs NOT Dream11 Team | Nottinghamshire vs Lancashire | Team News & Fantasy Team

Lancashire were romped by Worcestershire in their opening match of the campaign. The North Group match finished in a comprehensive 125 runs victory for Worcestershire. As a result, Lancashire must be itching to respond quickly and win their next match.

Nottinghamshire, who will play their first game of the tournament on Friday, will host Lancashire. The home team will be excited about the return of James Pattinson who hit the winning runs in One Day Cup final of 2017. Meanwhile, Nottinghamshire will look to make a positive start at their home.

Match Details: Competition – Royal London One Day Cup | Venue – Trent Bridge, Nottingham | Date & Time – 19th April, 03:30 PM IST

LAN vs NOT Dream11 Team News


Lancashire might be tempted to make a change or two after their loss in the opening match. They have named their official squad for this match


Nottinghamshire have also listed their 14-man squad for the match.

Lancashire Squad

Dane Vilas (c), James Anderson, Josh Bohannon, Steven Croft, Brooke Guest, Haseeb Hameed, Liam Hurt, Keaton Jennings, Rob Jones, Saqib Mahmood, Glenn Maxwell, Graham Onions, Matt Parkinson, Stephen Parry

Nottinghamshire Squad

Jake Ball, Matthew Carter, Zak Chappell, Joe Clarke, Ben Duckett, Luke Fletcher, Jake Libby, Tom Moores, Steven Mullaney (c), Chris Nash, Samit Patel, James Pattinson, Ben Slater, Luke Wood

LAN vs NOT Dream11 Fantasy Team

Fantasy picks from Lancashire

Maxwell | Matt Parkinson | Jennings

  • Maxwell looked for a brief period before getting out in the last match. He can deliver the goods on Friday
  • Parkinson was lethal with his bowling as he picked up 5 wickets last time.
  • Jennings scored a good fifty and he contributes a lot to the team

Fantasy picks from Nottinghamshire

Matthew Carter | Steven Mullaney | Jake Ball

  • Carter was the reliable wicket-taker for his team last year. He picked up 13 wickets.
  • Mullaney lead by example as he was the highest run scorer for his team
  • Jake Ball was the leading wicket-taker with 14 wickets

Shorya Panwar

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