(YORKSHIRE VS WORCESTERSHIRE), Considering the fact that these are two very different teams, we do not expect a one-sided match at Leeds. Worcestershire will challenge Yorkshire with bat and ball but may not be able to stop them because Yorkshire has recently been successful at winning from every position. We believe Yorkshire will win.
Match T20 Blast 2023, Yorkshire VS Worcestershire Details:
The Location: Headingley Stadium – Leeds, England
The Date & Time: On Friday 09-June, At 23:00 IST / 17:30 GMT
The Telecast & Streaming Channel: Sky Sports Network
Match T20 Blast 2023, Yorkshire VS Worcestershire Past Stats:
Match T20 Blast 2023, Yorkshire VS Worcestershire Weather Information:
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Match Information Headingley Stadium – Leeds, England
This Vitality T20 Blast contest will be played in the Headingley region of Leeds. Although there is a lot of ground speed, there is some movement for quick and spin bowlers.
Match T20 Blast 2023, Yorkshire VS Worcestershire Squad List:
YOR: Adam Lyth, Dawid Malan, Matthew Fisher, Shan Masood(C), Jonny Ttersall (wk), James Wharton, Matthew Revis, Dom Bess, Jordan, Will Luxton, Ben Mike Jafer Chohan, David Wiese
WOR: Brett D’Oliveira, Michael Bracewell, Jack Haynes, Adam Hose, Kashif, Ali, Ben Cox, ED Pollock, Adam Finch, Pat Brown, Dillon Pennington, Ben Gibbon, Taylor Cornall, Matthew Waite, Mitchell Santner
Match T20 Blast 2023, Yorkshire VS Worcestershire Best Performance:
The Best Batter:
Dawid Malan: Although Malan’s first five Test matches—against South Africa and the West Indies—were far from remarkable, with an average score of 23, he however managed to win his Test debut. However, England decided that he was mature enough to take charge of an Ashes series in Australia at the age of 30. He achieved precisely that by scoring England’s first hundred of the 2017–18 series when they arrived at the WACA behind 2-0.
The Best Bowler:
Pat Brown: By taking 31 wickets in the Blast season as a 20-year-old and playing an essential role on Finals Day as he guided Worcestershire to their first championship, Pat Brown established himself as England’s most promising T20 bowler in 2018. A priceless asset at the end of matches with his deftly disguised off cutters and knuckleballs, Brown solidified his reputation with a strong 2019 Blast season, remaining composed in a one-run semi-final win against Nottinghamshire.