(Match Preview, Playing XI, H2H Record, Ground Stats, Weather Report, Pitch Report and Match Prediction)
Match Preview: (By Vishnu)
The 56th match of the Vitality T20 blast 2022 will be played between Durham and Warwickshire in Riverside Ground, Chester-le-street on 8th June.
Durham has started very poorly this season. They have played 6 matches till now and have won only 2 while they have lost 4 matches. In their last outing, they lost against Northamptonshire by 4 wickets. Neither their batting nor their bowling has been up to the mark and that is the reason they are struggling. If they want to be will have to put on team effort.
Warwickshire has started brilliantly this season. They have played 6 matches till now and have registered to win in 4 matches while they have lost 2 matches. In their last match, they won against Nottinghamshire in a thriller of a match by one run. Both their batting and bowling have been doing really well and that is the reason they are in the second spot on the points table. They will be looking to add one more win to their kitty.
Durham Squad: Graham Clark, Michael Jones, David Bedingham, Oliver Robinson (wk), Paul Coughlin, Liam Trevaskis (c), Ned Eckersley, Brydon Carse, Ben Raine, Scott Borthwick, Andrew Tye, George Drissell, Ashton Turner, Oliver Gibson, Jonathan Bushnell, and Stanley McAlindon
Warwickshire Squad: Paul Stirling, Jacob Bethell, Alex Davies (wk), Sam Hain, Adam Hose, Chris Benjamin, Carlos Brathwaite (c), Jake Lintott, Olly Stone, Danny Briggs, Craig Miles, Henry Brookes, Nathan McAndrew, Robert Yates, Ethan Brookes, and Oliver Hannon-Dalby
Total Matches: 13
Durham Won: 4
Warwickshire Won: 9
H2H Record at Riverside Ground, Chester-le-street:
Total Matches: 6
Durham Won: 1
Warwickshire Won: 5
According to experts, during the match time, the temperature will remain around 13°C and humidity will be 83%. The speed of the wind will be around 6 km/h and the sky will be cloudy.
The pitch at The Riverside Ground is a balanced pitch having something both for the bowling and the batting unit. In the first few overs, the ball moves here and the fast bowlers will look to make the most of it. The average first innings score has been 161 and the winning percentage of the team batting first is around 50. The captain winning the toss can choose to have a bat first.
Match: Yorkshire will win