(Gloucestershire VS Hampshire), Gloucestershire’s chances of qualifying for the playoffs were severely damaged by losses to Kent Spitfires at home and Glamorgan on the road. They are now six points behind Hampshire Hawks in fourth position after losing their last three T20 Blast contests. This past weekend, James Vince’s team made a strong statement by beating Surrey at the Kia Oval. Given their capacity to remove speed from the ball, Hampshire’s bowlers should perform perfectly while playing at a venue like Bristol. A fragile Gloucestershire batting unit is unlikely to be able to handle such a strong outfire, hence Hampshire Hawks are a team that is well worth betting on to win.
Match T20 Blast 2023, Gloucestershire VS Hampshire Details:
The Location: County Ground, Bristol
The Date & Time: On Tuesday 20-June, At 05:30 PM GMT / 06:30 PM IST
The Telecast & Streaming Channel: Sky Sports Network & Sony Liv
Match T20 Blast 2023, Gloucestershire VS Hampshire Past Stats:
Match T20 Blast 2023, GLOU VS HAMP Weather Information:
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Match Information About County Ground, Bristol
Bristol’s County Ground has an equal playing field. The team that wins the coin toss decides who gets to bat first. On this pitch, the early innings are more beneficial for pacers. The middle overs will undoubtedly favor the spinners. Overall, this pitch is favorable to hitters. As a result, the match between GLO and HAM is going to be quite high scoring.
Match T20 Blast 2023, GLOU VS HAMP Squad List:
GLOU: Miles Hammond (C), Zaman Akhtar, James Bracey, Ben Charlesworth, Zafar Gohar, David Payne, Ollie Price, Tom Price, Grant Roelofsen, Jack Taylor, Matt Taylor, Tom Smith, Grame Van Buuren, Ben Wells
HAMP: James Vince (C), Mason Crane, Liam Dawson, Nathan Ellis, Benny Howell, John Turner, Ross Whiteley, Toby Albert, Scott Currie, Aneurin Donald, James Fuller, Ben McDermott, Joe Weatherley, Chris Wood
Match T20 Blast 2023, GLOU VS HAMP Best Performance:
The Best Batter:
Miles Hammond: Hammond, a brilliant left-hander Batter, who began his career as an offspinner, did this to become just the third player from Gloucestershire to turn a maiden fifty into a maiden hundred. The fact that this was his first championship opportunity in three years—his debut having occurred in 2013 when he was a 17-year-old student at Oxford’s St. Edward’s School—made it all the more amazing.
The Best Bowler:
Chris Wood: English cricketer Christopher Philip Wood plays first-class cricket. He’s a current Hampshire player. Right-handed hitter Wood bowls medium pace with his left arm. Wood has played in two youth tests, nine youth one-day internationals, and one youth twenty20 international as a member of the England U-19 cricket squad.