(Match Preview, Playing XI, H2H Record, Ground Stats, Weather Report, Pitch Report and Match Prediction)
Match Preview : (By-Anuj)
Hello and welcome to the preview & match prediction of 76th match of the Vitality T20 blast 2022, which will be played between Nottinghamshire and Warwickshire in Trent Bridge, Nottingham on 17th June. The two teams last met each other in the current season, where Birmingham won by 1 run in rain effected match.
If we will talk about Nottinghamshire’s performance during this season, they are passing through average performance. Currently standing on 6th position on Points Table of the North Group, having played 7 matches till now in which, they had won 3 matches, lost 3 matches & 1 match No Result. In their last match against Leicestershire, they won by 5 wickets.
On the other side, Warwickshire’s performance in this season has been overall good. Currently they are standing on 3rd position on Points Table of the North Group, they have played 8 matches till now in which, they won 5 matches and lost 3 matches. Talking about their last match, they had lost by 10 wickets against Yorkshire in low scoring contest.
Nottinghamshire Squad : Dane Paterson, Dan Christian (c), Sol Budinger, Matthew Carter, Joe Clarke, Ben Duckett, Luke Fletcher, Alex Hales, Calvin Harrison, Lyndon James, Tom Moores, Steven Mullaney, Samit Patel and Ben Slater
Warwickshire Squad : Carlos Brathwaite,Chris Benjamin, Jacob Bethell, Danny Briggs, Henry Brookes, Alex Davies, Sam Hain,Adam Hose, Jake Lintott, Dan Mousley, Robert Yates, Olly Stone and Craig Miles
H2H Record :
Total Matches: 20
Nottinghamshire won : 11
Warwickshire : 09
H2H record at Trent Bridge, Nottingham :
Total Matches: 09
Nottinghamshire won : 05
Warwickshire : 04
Weather Report :
According to experts, during the match time, the temperature will be around 27°C. The speed of the wind will be around 19 km/h and the sky will be clear.
Pitch Report :
The pitch at the Trent Bridge has always assisted the swing bowlers and the swing bowlers once again can prove pivotal. The team batting first will look to eradicate the starting threat and build a big upon a good start. The captain winning the toss will look to have a bowl first.
Warwickshire will win (Risky)