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Toss Winner - Yorkshire won the toss and chose to bat first
Yorkshire beat Leicestershire by 30 runs
Bottom placed Leicestershire Foxes take on Yorkshire Vikings in the T20 Blast.
We predict that Yorkshire will beat Leicestershire.
Tournament: VITALITY T20 BLAST 2023 | Format: T20 | Venue: Grace Road, Leicester, England | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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The new season of the T20 Blast is here upon us and is slowly but steadily getting toward the business end. With qualification to the knockout rounds on the line, teams will now look forward to piling up crucial wins and getting themselves as high as they can on the points table.
Leicestershire have had a terrible start to the new season so far. Registering a win in the last game, after losing the first 5 games has landed them at the last spot in the points table. They will want to continue their winning run slowly by steadily climbing up the points table.
Yorkshire are starting to make a comeback in the competition after starting the T20 Blast with 3 straight losses. Courtesy of their winning streak of 3 games, they are back in the mix of qualifying for the knockouts and will want to keep that run going.
Leicestershire have been one of the worst teams so far in this competition with just 1 win in the 6 games they have played. Getting a win in the last game they will want to draw inspiration from it and get on a winning streak. The win in the last game would have done a world of good for their morale.
Putting the opposition into bat first after winning the toss, the bowling department did a fantastic job in restricting the opposition. Restricting them for a score of 168 was a brilliant effort. The bowlers picked up early wickets which made it even more difficult for the opposition. Josh Hull was the star as he picked up 3 wickets for 35 runs.
With a modest score to chase, the pressure was on the batting department as they had not registered a win so far. But they overcame their nerves as they chased down the target in 18 overs losing just 3 wickets. The openers gave them a good start with the middle order also contributing. But the finishing touches were put by Louis Kimber who scored 55 off 28 balls.
Key Players: Louis Kimber, Josh Hull, Naveen Ul Haq, Nick Welch
Lewis Hill, Nick Welch, Rishi Patel, Louis Kimber, Colin Ackermann(c), Harry Swindells(w), Rehan Ahmed, Callum Parkinson, Naveen-ul-Haq, Naseem Shah, Josh Hull
Naveen ul Haq, Callum Parkinson, Lewis Hill, Wiaan Mulder, Nick Welch, Louis Kimber, Arron Lilley, Josh Hull, Rishi Patel, MIchael Finan, Rehan Ahmed
After a terrible start to the competition, Yorkshire has slowly made a comeback with 3 wins in 3 matches, taking them closer to the knockout spots. Currently 6th on the points table, a huge win can also take them to the top of points table. They will look to continue their winning run and make it 4 out of 4.
After winning the toss and opting to field first, Yorkshire did a mighty impressive job in restricting the opposition to just 166 runs. Impressive bowling at the start and disciplined bowling at the end meant that the opposition did not have any momentum throughout the innings. Ben Mike was the pick of the bowlers as he picked up 3 wickets for 39 runs.
With not a huge score to chase down, the Yorkshire batting order made lite work of it. Chasing down the score in 18.2 overs and losing just 3 wickets was a testament of how good of a run they are on. Dawid Malan scored a brilliant 81 off 57 balls, anchoring the chase and taking them to victory.
Key Players: Dawid Malan, Ben Mike, David Wiese, Adam Lyth
Adam Lyth, Dawid Malan, Shan Masood(c), Jonathan Tattersall(w), Matthew Revis, William Luxton, Dominic Bess, Jordan Thompson, David Wiese, Ben Mike, Jafer Chohan
Shan Masood, Jafer Chohan, Dom Bess, Adam Lyth, Ben Mike, James Wharton, Jonathan Tattersall, Dawid Malan, David Wiese, Matthew Revis, Jordan Thompson
The weather will be perfect to play cricket. The maximum and minimum temperatures will be in the 18°C - 8°C range, with no signs of rain.
The Grace Road Stadium in Leicester, England will be hosting this encounter. The capacity of the ground is 12,000.
This is not a high-scoring ground but will produce quite a few thrillers. The teams here prefer to bowl first and chase down the total as the pitch gets better under lights.
The team that wins the toss would want to bowl first. With the pitch getting better to bat under lights, chasing down a target is much easier on this ground.
Both teams started the tournament with straight losses, and while Yorkshire have turned it around with 3 back to back wins, Leicestershire have managed to just get 1 win. Leicestershire will want to string a few wins, orelse they could face an early exit. Yorkshire on the other hand are well and truly in the running for the knockouts and will want to continue their winning run and extend it to 4 wins.
We predict that Yorkshire will beat Leicestershire.
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