(Sussex VS KENT), Both teams have recently played greater wins than losses, yet the Sharks and Spitfires had terrible tournament debuts. While Sussex is highly unplanned, Kent has suddenly appeared to be a team that can be counted on with both the bat and the ball. We are betting on Kent to win this match and continue his winning streak to four.
Match T20 Blast 2023, Sussex VS Kent Details:
The Location: County Ground, Hove, England
The Date & Time: On Tuesday 20-June, At 23:30 IST / 18:00 GMT
The Telecast & Streaming Channel: Sky Sports Network & Sony Liv
Match T20 Blast 2023, Sussex VS Kent Past Stats:
Match T20 Blast 2023, Sussex VS Kent Weather Information:
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Match Information About County Ground, Hove
The County Ground in Hove will host this Vitality T20 Blast match. For pace and swing bowlers, the wicket at this location offers something new every time.
Match T20 Blast 2023, Sussex VS Kent Squad List:
SUS: Tom Clark, Harrison Ward, Oliver Carter, Ravi Bopara (c), Shadab Khan, Michael Burgess (wk), Danial Ibrahim, George Garton, Aristides Karvelas, Tymal Mills, Bradley Currie
KENT: Tawanda Muyeye, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Joe Denly, Sam Billings (c & wk), Jordan Cox, Jack Leaning, George Linde, Grant Stewart, Fred Klaassen, Kane Richardson, Michael Hogan
Match T20 Blast 2023, Sussex VS Kent Best Performance:
The Best Batter:
Ravi Bopara: Ravi Bopara was a talented, wristy stroke player who could bat in the middle of the order or open the innings. He was a regular member of the England team for several years. Many people who admired his carefree attitude towards life had always hoped that his time with England would finish in a blaze of glory, but his international career came to an end after England’s dismal World Cup performance in 2015 and his 120th ODI match against Afghanistan in Sydney.
The Best Bowler:
Michael Hogan: New South Wales-born tall fast bowler Michael Hogan entered first-class cricket far later than most, making his debut at age 28. He signed a contract to play for Glamorgan on a British passport after a short time with Western Australia. He has since put up impressive performances in the UK and is regarded as good enough to play as WA’s overseas player.