Check out the information below to help you decide the right bet to beat the bookies. The County Cricket season is well underway now and the next round of matches will no doubt throw up a few surprises as well.
Middlesex have won just once on their last six trips to play Durham away from home (L3, D2). That victory was by 10 wickets and came on the opening day of the 2006 season.
Sussex have won just once (2011) in the last 12 occasions they have hosted Somerset in the LV= County Championship (D6, L5), Chris Nash hitting a century in that victory.
Essex have not beaten Kent at home in the LV= County Championship since 1994, a run of eight games in which time Kent have picked up five victories (D3).
Worcestershire are unbeaten at home against neighbours Gloucestershire since 1986, they have won 10 of their 16 meetings at New Road since that distant defeat.
Hampshire’s last home win in the LV= County Championship over Lancashire was way back in 1989. Lancashire have won six of the ensuing 13 games between the sides in the south.
Middlesex’s Tim Murtagh is leading the race for the 2013 FTI MVP in the LV= County Championship, he has nine wickets more than any other player in Division One so far (30).
Durham’s Chris Rushworth has been not out four times already this season, more often than any other player in Division One of the LV= County Championship.
Alan Richardson claimed his 3rd first class 10-wicket-haul in Worcestershire’s win over Kent last week. His 7 for 22 in Kent’s 2nd innings are his best figures for Worcestershire.
Adil Rashid currently averages 200.5 in the LV= County Championship for Yorkshire this season, having hit 401 runs from five innings and managed three not outs so far.
Sussex’s Steve Magoffin (16.62) is one of only two players to have a bowling average below 20 in Div One this season (500+ balls bowled), Tim Murtagh is the other.
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