Match Previews and Live Cricket Streaming today – Royal London One Day Cup

Match Previews and Live Cricket Streaming today – Royal London One Day Cup
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Match Details - Monday, May 6th :

Derbyshire v Worcestershire (The County Ground, Derby)

Leicestershire v Warwickshire (The Fischer County Ground, Grace Road)

Northamptonshire v Nottinghamshire (Northampton)

Yorkshire v Durham (Emerald Headingley)

 

Match Previews

Derbyshire v Worcestershire (The County Ground, Derby)

This match of the north group would be the last group fixture for both the teams. While Worcestershire find themselves at the second spot in the north group points table with five wins and two losses from seven matches, Derbyshire are at the fifth spot with three wins and as many losses from seven matches and are already out of contention to qualify to the next round.

Worcestershire would like to win this match to ensure that they are one of the three teams from the north group to move ahead to the next stage.

In the last five matches for both teams, Derbyshire have won two and lost two, while Worcestershire have won four and lost just one.

With 521 runs from just seven innings, Billy Godleman is the highest run-scorer for Derbyshire. Luis Reece and Wayne Madsen are the other leading batters for the side.

Among the bowlers, Logan van Beek and Ravi Rampaul have picked up seven wickets each till now and will have the onus of making periodic inroads in the Worcestershire batting line up.

Hamish Rutherford has been in good touch for Worcestershire and has amassed 317 runs from five innings. Apart from him, Ben Cox and Ross Whiteley are the batting pillars for Worcestershire. Wayne Parnell has been a crucial player for the side and has scored some handy runs, apart from taking 17 wickets. Charlie Morris is next in line with 10 wickets.

Let's have a look at the probable playing XI of both teams.

Worcestershire- Riki Wessels, Thomas Charles Fell, Callum Ferguson, George Rhodes, Brett DOliveira, Ben Cox, Ross Whiteley, Ed Barnard, Wayne Parnell, Patrick Brown, Charlie Morris

Derbyshire- Billy Godleman, Luis Reece, Wayne Madsen, Tom Lace, Alex Hughes, Harvey Hosein, Matthew Critchley, Anuj Dal, Logan van Beek, Mark Watt, Ravi Rampaul

Leicestershire v Warwickshire (The Fischer County Ground, Grace Road)

Leicestershire will face Warwickshire at Grace Road in Leicester as the two teams meet for their last encounter of the group stage of this year's Royal London One-Day Cup.

There will be not much to salvage for both the sides but for their pride. Both the teams have not had the ideal campaign this year and would be disappointed in themselves.

Warwickshire are placed at the 7th place in the north group points table with two wins and four losses from seven matches. Leicestershire are likely to return with the wooden spoon as they have been able to win just one out of their seven fixtures, while losing six.

The last five matches of both the teams tell a sorry tale as Leicestershire have lost four and won just one match, while Warwickshire have won two and lost three.

Colin Ackermann has been the man who has come to Leicestershire's rescue on multiple occasions and has 354 runs from seven innings. Likewise, Harry Dearden and Lewis Hill have also had good seasons and have scored in excess of 230. The team's bowling has not been of the highest standard but out of the few wickets that their bowlers have picked, Dieter Klein and Gavin Griffiths are the foremost.

Warwickshire's Sam Hain has earned a name for himself and is also in the headlines as a possible replacement for Alex Hales in England's World Cup squad. He has scored 385 runs from seven innings and has churned up good numbers along with Liam Banks and Alex Thomson. Jeetan Patel has taken the most wickets for the side, with 15 scalps in his kitty.

Let's have a look at the probable playing XI of both teams.

Warwickshire- Ed Pollock, Dominic Sibley, Sam Hain, Will Rhodes, Liam Banks, Alex Mellor, Chris Woakes, Alex Thomson, George Panayi, Jeetan Patel, Oliver Hannon-Dalby

Leicestershire- George Munsey, Harry Dearden, Mark Cosgrove, Colin Ackermann, Lewis Hill, Ateeq Javid, Tom Taylor, Dieter Klein, Callum Parkinson, Ben Mike, Mohammad Abbas

 

Northamptonshire v Nottinghamshire (Northampton)

North group table-toppers Nottinghamshire can be in for a surprise if both Worcestershire and Durham with their matches and Nottinghamshire lose theirs.

Although they are at the top of the points table with five wins and one loss from seven matches, Nottinghamshire have not been playing particularly well off late. Their last match against Durham was washed out, while they suffered a five-wicket defeat at the hands of Worcestershire in their last completed match.

On the other hand, Northamptonshire have had a disappointing season and have won only two out of their seven matches. They would like to sign off on a high.

On an individual front, the only good thing for the team has been the form of Rob Keogh who smashed his maiden ton against Leicestershire to take the team to a 29-run victory. Keogh is also the top-scorer for the team with 288 runs from seven innings.

Ben Sanderson has been the top wicket-taker for the team and has 11 wickets against his name. The side will miss the services of Jason Holder who has left the squad to be a part of the tri-series played between Windies, Bangladesh and Ireland.

For Nottinghamshire, Joe Clarke, Steven Mullaney and Ben Slater have all scored more than 250 runs. Luke Fletcher is the highest wicket-taker for the team with 14 wickets.

Let's have a look at the probable playing XI of both teams.

Northamptonshire- Richard Levi, Ricardo Vasconcelos, Joshua Cobb, Alex Wakely, Rob Keogh, Ben Curran, Luke Procter, Ian Holland, Brett Hutton, Nathan Buck, Ben Sanderson

Nottinghamshire- Chris Nash, Joe Clarke, Ben Duckett, Jake Libby, Samit Patel, Steven Mullaney, Tom Moores, James Pattinson, Luke Fletcher, Matthew Carter, Jake Ball

 

Yorkshire v Durham (Emerald Headingley)

In another fixture of the north group, Yorkshire and Durham will lock horns against each other at Headingley, in Leeds.

Yorkshire have only been able to pull off two wins from their seven matches and have lost the remaining three, while one of their matches has been washed out. They are with six points and do not stand a chance of making it to the next round.

On the contrary, there is a lot at stake for Durham who are at the fourth place, with four wins and two losses from seven matches. If they win this match against Yorkshire, they will move ahead of Lancashire with 11 points and will make it to the next round.

In the last five matches played by Yorkshire and Durham, the former has won one and lost three, while the latter has won two and lost two. The ground in Headingley offers a great surface for the batsmen and the encounter is expected to be a high scoring one.

Gary Ballance is the leading run-scorer for Yorkshire with 294 runs from six innings and will lead the team's batting line up. Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Harry Brook and Jonathan Tattersall are also crucial members of Yorkshire's batting unit.

Mathew Pillans, Steven Patterson and Josh Poysden are the leading bowlers for the side. While Pillans has been in great rhythm and has already picked up 16 wickets, Patterson and Poysden have bagged eight and six scalps respectively.

 

Cameron Bancroft is in exceptional form this season for Durham and has already scored 359 runs at an average of almost 90. Matt Salisbury is their most threatening bowler.

Let's have a look at the probable playing XI of both teams.

Yorkshire- Adam Lyth, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Harry Brook, Gary Ballance, Jack Leaning, Jonathan Tattersall, Tim Bresnan, Mathew Pillans, Steven Patterson, Duanne Olivier, Josh Poysden

Durham- Graham Clark, Scott Steel, Alex Lees, Cameron Bancroft, Michael Richardson, Jack Burnham, Liam Trevaskis, Ben Raine, Matty Potts, James Weighell, Matt Salisbury

 

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