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Toss Winner - Lancashire won the toss and chose to bowl first
Yorkshire beat Lancashire by 15 runs
Yorkshire’s battle against history versus Lancashire Lightning
Lancashire Lightning to win
Tournament: VITALITY T20 BLAST 2023 | Format: T20 | Venue: Headingley Cricket Ground, Leeds, England | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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It will be a big challenge for the Yorkshire Vikings as they take on Lancashire Lightning in the 33rd game of the Vitality T20 Blast 2023 at home. The Vikings did well in the last game against Notts Outlaws, but it will be a tougher challenge. Lancashire Lightning lost to Birmingham Bears in the last game, their first loss in four games.
Yorkshire Vikings have the home advantage, but their bowling attack has looked toothless and will be a big challenge for them. Lancashire Lightning has defeated Yorkshire Vikings eight times in the last ten games between the two teams. It will be a big confidence booster for them.
Shan Masood will feel relieved after the 8-run win against the Notts Outlaws in the last game. They had started the season on a poor note, losing their first three games. Their record against Lancashire has been extremely poor, and Masood would look to improve on that here.
Dawid Malan played a match-winning knock in the last game and will look to set up a big partnership with Adam Lyth. Will Luxton, Masood, and David Weise are good players in the middle order and must do well. The side will also expect quick runs from Jordan Thompson must do the heavy lifting toward the end of the innings as they face a good bowling attack.
The bowling attack hasn’t fared well in the tournament, and they will need a good show with the new ball from Weise and Dominic Bess. Thompson and Ben Mike have an important role in the middle overs as Lancashire has a strong batting line-up. The side will also need a good show from Jafer Chohan and Matthew Revis.
Shan Masood (c), Adam Lyth, Dawid Malan, Jonathan Tattersall (wk), Matthew Revis, William Luxton, Jordan Thompson, David Wiese, Ben Mike, Dominic Bess, Jafer Chohan
Shan Masood, Jafer Chohan, Dom Bess, Adam Lyth, William Luxton, Jonathan Tattersall, Dawid Malan, Jordan Thompson, David Wiese, Matthew Revis, Ben Mike
Liam Livingstone’s suffered its first loss in four games as they went down against Birmingham Bears by 7 wickets in the last game. It was a rare batting failure for the team as they folded up for 98 runs. Livingstone and his men would look to put this behind them and continue with their good record against Yorkshire Vikings.
Luke Wells and Josh Bohannon shall aim for a good start after failing in the last game. They have a strong middle order with Steven Croft, Darryl Mitchell, and Liam Livingstone, and these players will look to score quick runs. Colin de Grandhomme, George Bell, and Tom Hartley add firepower to the batting line-up down the order.
Luke Wood has done well this season and will aim for early wickets sharing the new ball with Saqib Mahmood. Livingstone and Matthew Parkinson will look to bowl tight spells in the middle overs. The Lightning have a strong bowling attack with Luke Wells and Tom Hartley in the supporting role.
Liam Livingstone (c), Luke Wells, Josh Bohannon, Steven Croft, Daryl Mitchell, Colin de Grandhomme, George Bell (wk), Tom Hartley, Luke Wood, Saqib Mahmood, Matthew Parkinson
Matthew Parkinson, Steven Croft, Luke Wood, Tom Hartley, Luke Wells, Tom Bailey, Colin de Grandhomme, Jos Buttler, Daryl Mitchell, Philip Salt, Liam Livingstone
There will be overcast skies over Leeds on June 01. The ball would move around, making it a challenging surface for the batsmen. However, we have seen big scores at this venue this season, and the side that bats first shall be eying a total in the range of 180 runs.
Headingley, Leeds, is a great venue for this format of the game. We have seen big scores here as the ball comes onto the bat nicely, allowing easy run-scoring. Fast bowlers generate pace and bounce off the surface and have done well. Spinners must vary their pace as the surface isn’t conducive to spin bowling.
Defending scores has always been a big challenge at this venue, as batsmen can play their strokes freely. The side chasing the score has won the game most time in the past. The side winning the toss would opt for bowling first on this wicket.
Yorkshire Vikings come into this contest with a win. But the side faces a formidable opponent against whom they haven’t done well in recent years. Their bowlers have been in poor form, which poses a challenge for the team. Lancashire Lightning has enjoyed an excellent run with three wins in four games, making them favorites here.
Lancashire Lightning to win
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