(Match Preview, Playing XI, H2H Record, Ground Stats, Weather Report, Pitch Report and Match Prediction)
Match Preview : (By-Vishnu)
The 63rd match of the Vitality T20 blast 2022 will be played between Derbyshire and Leicestershire in County ground Derby on 9th June.
Leicestershire has not started well this season. They have played 7 matches till now and has lost 4 of them. In their last outing, they lost by 7 wickets against Lancashire. Their weakness has been their batting this season and their bowling has helped them to register 3 wins. If they want to climb up the points table, they will have to give their best.
Derbyshire has started really poor this season. They have played 6 matches till now and has only won 2 matches while they have lost 4 matches. In their last match, they lost against Northamptonshire by 5 wickets. Their batting and bowling has been mixed up. Both the departments have not come up together in a match. If they want to win the games, they will have to put on a better performance.
Leicestershire squad : Hamish Rutherford, Scott Steel, Arron Lilley, Colin Ackermann (c), Rishi Patel, Ben Mike, Lewis Hill (wk), Rehan Ahmed, Callum Parkinson, Naveen-ul-Haq, Will Davis, Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Roman Walker, Louis Kimber and Gavin Griffiths
Derbyshire squad : Shan Masood (c), Luis Reece, Wayne Madsen, Leus du Plooy, Brooke Guest (wk), Alex Hughes, Matt McKiernan, Hayden Kerr, Mark Watt, Samuel Conners, George Scrimshaw,Harry Came, Michael Cohen, Alex Thomson and Anuj Dal
H2H Record :
Total Matches: 37
Derbyshire Won: 13
Leicestershire Won: 19
No Result: 5
H2H Record at County Ground,Derby :
Total Matches: 15
Derbyshire Won: 5
Leicestershire Won: 8
No Result: 2
Weather Report :
According to experts, during the match time, the temperature will remain around 15°C and humidity will be 82%. The speed of the wind will be around 15 km/h and the sky will be cloudy.
Pitch Report :
The pitch at the County Ground, Derby has a nice covering of grass and the ball comes good at the bat. Barring the first few overs, it will be the game played by the bat. The captain winning the toss will look to have a ball first keeping a reminder of the dew factor.
Match: Derbyshire will win