After notching up an impressive win against Warwickshire in their tournament opener, Derbyshire would be looking to ride the winning momentum when they take on Worcestershire in the North Group match of the 2018 Royal London Cup.
Worcestershire, who defeated Derbyshire in their last encounter, would be looking to do an encore, as they start their 2018 campaign on May 19th, 2018.
The clash will take place tomorrow May 19 at Worcester and will begin at 03:30 PM Local.
So, let’s move forwards to WOR vs DER team news and WOR vs DER dream11 prediction.
However, Derbyshire Falcons would be looking to field the same team that defeated Warwickshire at Birmingham in their tournament opener.
As for Worcestershire, the Rapids Head Coach Kevin Sharp has named a 12-man squad for tomorrow’s Royal London ODI Cup. Ross Whiteley, Charlie Morris, and Pat Brown come into the squad in place of Steve Magoffin and Ben Twohig. All-rounder Whiteley’s ability as one of the most fearsome hitters in the domestic game is well known but he has also been encouraged to start bowling again this summer by Sharp. Brown made his first-team breakthrough last summer and is expected to feature in tomorrow’s WOR vs DER.
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Mitchell, Clarke, Head, Fell, D’Oliveira, Whiteley, Cox, Barnard, Leach, Tongue, Morris, Brown
Billy Godleman, Ben Slater, Luis Reece, Wayne Madsen, Alex Hughes, Callum Brodrick, Matt Critchley, Gary Wilson, Daryn Smit, Hardus Viljoen, Ravi Rampaul, Duanne Olivier, Safyaan Sharif, Dan Wheeldon
Both the teams are expected to make one or two changes. The probable WAS vs DER playing 11 is listed below.
Batsmen: Head, Fell, Clarke, Whiteley
Bowlers: Morris, Leech, Barnard, Tongue
Batsmen: Billy Godleman, Wayne Madsen, Ben Slater, Reece
All-rounder: Matt Critchley, Alex Hughes
Bowlers: Ravi Rampaul, Hardus Viljoen, Duane Oliver, Safyaan Sharif
Worcestershire is banking on their latest young talent Joe Clarke to come good. Travis Head and Ross Whiteley are among others who can give batting the impetus. Leach, Tongue, and Barnard are the leading wicket-taker for the side in the County Champions
Ben Slater (69), Godleman (137) Wayne Madsen(58) had a great game against Warwickshire, and are expected to lead the batting order against Worcester. The bowling department will be helmed by Duanne Olivier, Hardus Viljoen and Ravi Rampaul for the away side.