(Nottinghamshire vs Yorkshire), The Yorkshire team has a few excellent batsmen, but at the moment its bowling attack is struggling and seems to be of low standard. Because of Nottinghamshire’s excellent batting lineup, we predict that they will defeat their rivals. We expect that Nottinghamshire will succeed.
Match T20 Blast 2023, Nottinghamshire VS Yorkshire Details:
The Location: Trent Bridge Notting, England
The Date & Time: On Tuesday 30th May, at 23:00 IST/ 17:30 GMT
The Telecast & Streaming Channel: N/A
Match T20 Blast 2023, Nottinghamshire VS Yorkshire Past Stats:
Match T20 Blast 2023, NOTTS VS YOR Weather Information:
|Wind Speed||21 km/h|
Match Information Trent Bridge Notting, England
Trent Bridge in Nottingham will serve as the venue of this Vitality T20 Blast match. We expect an immediate pitch with an average score of above 190 in this game.
Match T20 Blast 2023, NOTTS VS YOR Squad List:
YOR: Adam Lyth, Dawid Malan, Matthew Fisher, Shan Masood, Jonny Tattersall(wk), Will Luxton, James Wharton, Matthew Revis, Dom Bess, Jordan Thompson, Dom Leech, Ben Mike, Jafer Chohan, David
Match T20 Blast 2023, NOTTS VS YOR Best Performance:
The Best Batter:
Joe Clarke: Clarke, a talented middle-order batsman for Worcestershire, had scored 12 Championship hundreds at an average of little under 40. He gained a third Lions call-up at the young age of 20, having made a significant impact the summer before with five Championship hundreds in his first full Worcestershire season in 2016. He skillfully created his biggest totals in the season’s first and final games, finishing it off with a career-high 194 against Derbyshire, and he expressed the ambition to join recent England cap holders Haseeb Hameed and Ben Duckett in the team.
The Best Bowler:
Samit Patel: One of his generation’s most well-liked county cricket players was Samit Patel. He was a powerful middle-order batsman and a more than capable slow left-arm bowler, but he will be remembered as someone who missed out on multiple opportunities to make an impact for England and never fully established a consistent identity.