(Lancashire VS Worcestershire), There are only two points separating these two teams in the North Group, considering the fact that both of them lost their most recent games. However, this should be an exciting match because both teams have a number of strong T20 players. Lancashire is expected to win, and we count on its hitters to deliver an excellent performance.
Match T20 Blast 2023, Lancashire VS Worcestershire Details:
The Location: Stanley Park, Blackpool England
The Date & Time: On Wednesday 07-June, At 21:30 IST / 16:00 GMT
The Telecast & Streaming Channel: Sky Sports Network
Match T20 Blast 2023, Lancashire VS Worcestershire Past Stats:
Match T20 Blast 2023, Lancashire VS Worcestershire Weather Information:
|Wind Speed||18 km/h|
Match Information Stanley Park, Blackpool England
This Vitality T20 Blast contest will take place in Stanley Park in Blackpool. The short boundaries at the present location will currently favor quick bowlers.
Match T20 Blast 2023, Lancashire VS Worcestershire Squad List:
Lancashire: Liam Livingstone (C), Tom Bailey, George Bell, Jack Blatherwick, Jos Buttler, Steven Croft, Colin De Grandhomme, Tom Hartley, Rob Jones, Daryl Mitchell, Matthew Parkinson, Phil Salt, Dane Vilas, Luke Wells, Luke Wood
Worcestershire: Brett D’Oliveria (C), Jack Haynes, Adam Hose, Kashif Ali, Ben Cox(wk), Patrick Brown, Adam Finch, Dillon Pennington, Mitchell Santer, Michael Bracewell, Ed Pollock
Match T20 Blast 2023, Lancashire VS Worcestershire Best Performance:
The Best Batter:
Daryl Mitchell: He made his first-class debut towards the end of the 2011–12 year. He gained popularity the next season with an average of 54.53. Although he typically batted in the middle of the order, his straight bowling got better over time. He was chosen to play for New Zealand. Despite the more challenging circumstances in Sri Lanka and India, he returned the next domestic season with hundreds in back-to-back innings.
The Best Bowler:
Luke Wood: During the conclusion of the 2019 season, Luke Wood, a left-arm fast bowler with the valuable ability to swing the ball back into right-handers, left Nottinghamshire and joined Lancashire in an effort to secure a more consistent first-team berth.