Durham vs Lancashire match will begin on Friday, June 2nd at Riverside Ground in Chester-le-Street. Vitality T20 Blast 2023 will feature them in a matchup. It will be an exciting game to witness. Follow the Durham vs Lancashire match results on BullsScore till the very finish to see who won. We anticipate To Durham Win This Match.
Match T20 Blast 2023, Durham VS Lancashire Details:
The Location: Riverside Ground-Chester-le-Street
The Date & Time: On Friday 2nd June, At 11:00 PM/18:30 GMT
The Telecast & Streaming Channel: Sky Sports
Match T20 Blast 2023, Durham VS Lancashire Past Stats:
Match T20 Blast 2023, Durham VS Lancashire Weather Information:
Match Information Riverside Ground-Chester-le-Street
The pitch at the Riverside Ground in Chester-le-Street has a level surface. Who gets to bat first is decided by which team wins the coin toss. The early innings are better for fast bowlers on this pitch. Spinners will unquestionably benefit from the middle overs. Overall, hitters will benefit from this pitch. We can anticipate DUR and LAN will participate in a match with a high average score as a result.
Match T20 Blast 2023, Durham VS Lancashire Squad List:
Durham: Alex Lees (C), Ben Stokes, Ross Whitfield, Mark Wood, Graham Clark, Paul Coughlin, Michael Jones, Harry Crawshaw, Jonathan Bushnell, Liam Trevaskis, Tom Mackintosh, David Bedingham, Scott Borthwick
Match T20 Blast 2023, Durham VS Lancashire Best Performance:
The Best Batter:
Colin De Grandhomme: A powerful, broad-shouldered batsman with a medium-pace bowling delivery, Colin de Grandhomme relocated to Auckland from Zimbabwe in 2006 and eventually joined the New Zealand national teams. Unsurprisingly, his first appearance on a global platform was in the T20 format. De Grandhomme earned his international debut against his native Zimbabwe in 2012 after establishing himself as an excellent batsman in the regional T20 competition in New Zealand.
The Best Bowler:
Luke Wood: Luke Wood, a left-arm fast bowler with the valuable ability to swing the ball back into right-handers, departed Nottinghamshire and joined Lancashire at the end of the 2019 season in pursuit of a more dependable spot in the first team. Other counties expressed interest, but Lancashire needed a left-armer badly and couldn’t pass up the chance to participate in all formats.