(GLAMORGAN VS KENT), We predict that the Spitfires prevail in South Wales, considering the fact that Glamorgan enters this match with a two-point and two-place advantage over Kent. Although the batting lineups for both teams are good, we think Kent’s bowling assault is stronger. We predict Kent will win.
Match T20 Blast 2023, Glamorgan VS KENT Details:
The Location: Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
The Date & Time: On Friday 2nd June, At 23:00 IST / 17:30 GMT
The Telecast & Streaming Channel: Sky Sports
Match T20 Blast 2023, Glamorgan VS KENT Past Stats:
Match T20 Blast 2023, Glamorgan VS KENT Weather Information:
|Wind Speed||19 km/h|
Match Information Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
The Vitality T20 Blast match will take place in Cardiff’s Sophia Gardens. In addition to regular bounce that the hitters can benefit from, there is help for the speed and pitch bowlers.
Match T20 Blast 2023, Glamorgan VS KENT Squad List:
Glamorgan: Callum Taylor, Kiran Carlson (C), Billy Root, Andy Gorvin, Sam Northeast, Ruaidhri Smith, Zain UL Hassan, Prem Sisodiya, Peter Hatzoglou, Jamie Mcilroy, Colin Ingram, Chris Cooke (wk), Dan Douthwaite, Eddie Byrom
KENT: Sam Billings (C), Wes Agar, Arafat Bhuiyan, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Alex Blake, Jordan Cox, Joe Denly, Joey Evison, Michael Hogan, Jack Leaning, George Linde, Tawanda Muyeye, Grant Stewart
Match T20 Blast 2023, Glamorgan VS KENT Best Performance:
The Best Batter:
Joe Denly: Joe Denly stated, “I went missing for a few years,” after being invited back for England’s Test tour of Sri Lanka in 2018. After he hit 30, his county career seemed to be respectably and steadily declining. But the England call marked an outstanding comeback, one that other players acknowledged when he was named PCA Players’ Player of the Year and claimed the top spot in the Most Valuable Player rankings.
The Best Bowler:
Dan Douthwaite: Dan Douthwaite, a passionate all-rounder who attended Cardiff Met after spending his teenage years in the Surrey Academy, realized the benefits of playing against different counties. After making his first-ever first-class century against Sussex, followed by 95 and two wickets against Glamorgan in a friendly match, he was offered a contract at Sophia Gardens. In a run chase of 348 in a televised 50-over game against Sussex, he quickly proved his worth by scoring an undefeated 52 off 35 balls.