Leicestershire vs Lancashire will play in the Vitality T20 Blast 2023’s championship event. This game will be played at Emirates Old Trafford in Manchester on May 25. With an impressive four-wicket win versus Derbyshire to begin their tournament at the Vitality T20 blast 2023, Lancashire got the tournament beginning to an excellent beginning. Luke Wood, who bowled first, had an efficient stint and claimed three important wickets to limit Derbyshire to a substandard score of 179/5 in 20 overs.
On the other hand, Leicestershire’s performance in the previous tournament was poor, as they finished fourth in the north group with a score of 16 after winning eight out of their 14 games. The team’s bowling unit will be improved with the signing of Naseem Shah as they want to start this season on a winning note.
Lancashire vs Leicestershire Match Information:
The Location: Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
The Date & Time: On Thursday 25 May, at 5 pm IST, (11:30) GMT
The Telecast and Streaming Information: Sony Sports Network
Match T20 Blast Lancashire vs Leicestershire Past Stats:
Match T20 Blast Lancashire vs Leicestershire Weather Information:
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Information About Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester:
The fast bowlers will benefit somewhat from the field at Emirates Old Trafford in Manchester right away, while the fast spinners will contribute in the match’s final stages. The batters must become familiar with the pitch’s pace and bounces before making strong swings.
Match T20 Blast Lancashire vs Leicestershire Match Squad:
Lancashire: Dane Vilas(C), Daryl Mitchell, Colin de Grandhomme, George Bell, Tom Hartley, Rob Jones, Luke Wells, Steven Croft, Tom Bailey, Danny Lamb, Matt Parkinson, Luke Wood, Saqib Mahmood, Josh Bohannon.
Leicestershire: Colin Ackermann(C), Rishi Patel, Nick Welch, Louis Kimber, Wiaan Mulder, Aaron Lilley, Tom Scriven, Callum Parkinson, Lewis Hill, and Rehan Ahmed, Naseem Shah, Sol Budinger, Will Davis, Michael Finan.
T20 Blast Lancashire vs Leicestershire Information About Best Players:
The Best Batter:
An amazing achievement in the past of Lancashire County took place in 2011 when Steven Croft scored the winning runs against Somerset at Taunton to secure their first outright County Championship win in 77 years of competition. He guided his team to their first T20 championship four years later, in 2015. He managed Lancashire’s promotion back to Division One in the County Championship during the same year.
The Best Bowler:
Luke Wood, a left-arm fast bowler with the valuable ability to swing the ball back into right-handers, left Nottinghamshire at the end of the 2019 campaign and joined Lancashire in pursuit of a more permanent first-team spot. Other counties expressed interest, but Lancashire was determined to sign a left-armer, and the chance to play in all formats made it impossible to resist.