In England domestic One Day Cup tomorrow, a total of 8 teams will come face to face in 4 matches that are scheduled to be played and as we know the Royal London One Day Cup is initiating towards its semifinals. It is a big day for all the teams as they are squaring off to cement their place by winning the matches into the semifinals of this One Day Cup.
Yorkshire will square off against Durham, Northamptonshire will take on Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire to lock their horns against Warwickshire and whereas Derbyshire will come face to face Worcestershire at their respective venues.
Worcestershire, Durham, and Durham have a crucial day on the line and are stacked in a situation to qualify for the quarterfinals in the last match of the group stages of this tournament whereas other teams will look to be the roadblock against these teams in qualifying into the quarterfinals.
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Last 5 Matches – Won by Northamptonshire – 1 | Won by Nottinghamshire – 3 | No Result – 1
The 22 yards of this ground support batsmen, and if a batsman gets settled here than he can go on to add some big score in his stats, being in Northampton Rain will be a major factor that cannot be ruled out as per the weather forecast updates.
Northamptonshire Squad – Yet to be announced
Nottinghamshire Squad – Jake Ball, Matthew Carter, Zak Chappell, Joe Clarke, Ben Duckett, Alex Hales, Luke Fletcher, Jake Libby, Tom Moores, Steven Mullaney (c), Chris Nash, Samit Patel, James Pattinson, Luke Wood
Northamptonshire– Richard Levi, Nathan Buck, Joshua Cobb, Ben Sanderson, Alex Wakely (c), Luke Procter, Rob Keogh, Brett Hutton, Ian Holland, Ricardo Vasconcelos (wk), Ben Curran
Nottinghamshire – Samit Patel, Chris Nash, James Pattinson, Luke Fletcher, Alex Hales, Steven Mullaney (c), Jake Ball, Joe Clarke, Jake Libby, Matthew Carter, Tom Moores (wk)
R Keogh | B Sanderson
R Keogh looks in good touch with the bat and is pretty constant in scoring runs.
B Sanderson is taking wickets for Northamptonshire in almost every match and has taken 11 wickets in his 7 matches for them.
J Clarke | L Fletcher
J Clarke is batting in his top-notch form with his respectable contribution for the team with the bat will be important.
L Fletcher is bowling some brilliant spells for the team and has taken 14 wickets in just 7 matches that he has played.
Wicket-Keeper – T Moores
Batsmen -J Clarke, B Duckett, R Levi, R Keogh, A Wakely
All Rounders – S Mullaney, L Procter
Bowlers –J Pattinson, L Fletcher, B Sanderson
Captain – S Mullaney
Vice Captain – R Keogh
Last 5 Matches – Won by Yorkshire – 3 | Won by Durham – 2 | No Result – 0
Big scores on this ground are difficult to make, although batsmen take time to get settled on this ground because the pitch of this ground sometimes gets a bit slow towards the end, the team winning the toss will most likely look to chase here. Rain will be a factor that can come into play.
Yorkshire- Carver, Will Fraine, Jack Leaning, Tom Loten, Mathew Pillans, Josh Poysden, Matt Taylor, Jordan Thompson, Jared Warner
Durham Squad – Cameron Bancroft (c, wk), Scott Steel, Alex Lees, Michael Richardson, Gareth Harte, Jack Burnham, Ned Eckersley, Liam Trevaskis, Brydon Carse, Matthew Potts, Ben Raine, Ryan Pringle, Matt Salisbury, Mark Wood
Yorkshire- Adam Lyth, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Harry Brook, Gary Ballance, Jack Leaning, Jonathan Tattersall, Tim Bresnan, Mathew Pillans, Steven Patterson, Duanne Olivier, Josh Poysden
Durham- Graham Clark, Scott Steel, Alex Lees, Cameron Bancroft, Michael Richardson, Jack Burnham, Liam Trevaskis, Ben Raine, Matty Potts, James Weighell, Matt Salisbury.
Cameron Bancroft | A Leez | B Carse
Cameron Bancroft struck a century against Leicestershire to lead his team to a win.
A Leez will be an important player with the bat for Durham.
B Carse will be an important player with the ball who is the leading wicket-taker from Durham in this Cup.
M Pillans| Tom K Codmore
Tom K Codmore has been the backbone for the team with bat.
M Pillans has taken 16 wickets in 6 matches and is the leading wicket-taker for Yorkshire in this season.
Wicket-Keeper – C Bancroft
Batsmen – A Lyth, T K Codmore, A Lees, G Clarke, S Steel
All Rounders – B Raine
Bowlers – M Pillans, S Patterson, Mark Wood, Matt Salisbury
Captain – C Bancroft
Vice Captain – T K Codmore
Last 5 Matches – Won by Warwickshire – 4 | Won by Leicestershire – 1 | No Result – 0
On this venue teams usually like to defend and more over the last match at this venue was won by the team bowling 2nd. The chase on this ground is difficult and there are chances of rain as well, that can interrupt in the match.
Leicestershire Squad – Ackermann (capt), Abbas, Cosgrove, Dearden, Hill (wk), Javid, Klein, Mike, Munsey, Parkinson, Swindells, Taylor, Wright.
Warwickshire Squad – J Patel, L Banks, Brookes, S Hain, Hannon Dailby, Miles, Mellor, Panayi, Pollock, Rhodes, Sibley, Thomson, Yates
Warwickshire- Ed Pollock, Dominic Sibley, Sam Hain, Will Rhodes, Liam Banks, Alex Mellor, Chris Woakes, Alex Thomson, George Panayi, Jeetan Patel, Oliver Hannon-Dalby
Leicestershire- George Munsey, Harry Dearden, Mark Cosgrove, Colin Ackermann, Lewis Hill, Ateeq Javid, Tom Taylor, r Klein, Callum Parkinson, Ben Mike, Mohammad Abbas
C Ackermann | H Dearden | Klein
C Ackermann is the leading scorer of the team and has looked pretty consistent with his willow.
A lot of will be dependent on how H Dearden will play for his team if he gets into the playing11 of Leicestershire.
Klien has been impressive with the bowl in this tournament, who has taken 9 wickets in just 7 matches for Leicestershire.
S Hains| L Banks| J Patel
S Hains played a responsible knock of 84 runs that made Warwickshire win their last match and he is playing well in this season for Warwickshire.
L Banks scored a brilliant fifty in the last match in the lower middle order for the team, and the team will be relying on him for his valuable contribution in this match as well.
J Patel has been impressive with the bowl and is acting as a catalyst for the team in taking wickets. In 6 matches he has taken 14 wickets for his team.
Wicket-Keeper – L Hill
Batsmen – H Dearden, S Hain, E Pollock, G Munsey
All Rounders – C Ackermann
Bowlers – M Abbas, D Klein, J Patel, O H Dalby
Captain – S Hain
Vice Captain – C Ackermann
Last 5 Matches – Won by Derbyshire – 4 | Won by Worcestershire– 1 | No Result – 0
The pitch of this venue supports fast bowlers as they get swing and support from the pitch. The team winning the toss likes to put some big total on the board as the chase o this ground is difficult.
Derbyshire Squad – Billy Godleman, Luis Reece, Wayne Madsen, Tom Lace, Alex Hughes, Harvey Hosein, Matt Critchley, Anuj Dal, Logan van Beek, Mark Watt, Tony Palladino, Ravi Rampaul
Worcestershire Squad – Wessels, Fell, Ferguson, Rhodes, D’Oliveira ©, Cox (w), Whiteley, Barnard, Parnell, Brown, Morris, Dell, Tongue, Mitchell
Worcestershire- Riki Wessels, Thomas Charles Fell, Callum Ferguson, George Rhodes, Brett Oliveira, Ben Cox, Ross Whiteley, Ed Barnard, Wayne Parnell, Patrick Brown, Charlie Morris
Derbyshire- Billy Godleman, Luis Reece, Wayne Madsen, Tom Lace, Alex Hughes, Harvey Hosein, Matthew Critchley, Anuj Dal, Logan van Beek, Mark Watt, Ravi Rampaul
Godleman | Anuj Dal | Mark Watt
Godleman is in his prime and scoring runs in every match for his team, and also leading the charts for the leading scorer of the tournament, he will be a key player in this match.
Anuj Dal supported team with a fifty against Lancashire who can be handy for the team.
M Watt bowled well for the team in the last match and is expected to carry his form in this match for the team.
G Rhodes| B Cox
G Rhodes and Ben Cox were in a different mood that played an important role in a mammoth win against Yorkshire with a valuable contribution of 106 runs and 87 runs in the match. They will be the watch out player in this match.
Wicket-Keeper – B Cox
Batsmen – C Fergusion, R Wessels, W Madsen, B Goddleman, LD Plooy
All Rounders – B D Oliver
Bowlers – L V Bleek, Wayne Parnell, Ravi Rampaul, P Brown
Captain –B Goddleman
Vice Captain – R Wessels