Derby vs Yorks, South Group Live Score Results Highlights NatWest t20 Blast, 2016 :- This is a Sunday Night and the newborn baby of Cricket is all set to entertain the English fans in the city of the Derby. The Derbyshire and Yorkshire will face each other in the next match of Natwest t20 Blast on July 10 at the County Ground, Derby.
Alex Lees is the captain of Yorkshire team and he has to lead from the front if he wants his team to perform well. Meanwhile, he must consider himself lucky as he escaped the last match with a close victory against the Warwickshire.
While batting first, Yorkshire managed to register the 156-6 (20 over) on the back of a contribution from the Kane Williamson (48), Alex Lees (23) and Gary Ballance (33).
And they somehow managed to contain the Warwickshire batting line-up on 154-10 and thus winning the match by a just single run.
Expect 2-3 players, Yorkshire almost has the number of players who are currently playing an international player or they have represented England team in the past.
On the other side, Derbyshire, unlike Yorkshire, lost their last match against the Leicestershire team and now they must be looking to bounce back in this match against the strong Yorkshire team.
Wes Durston is the captain of Derbyshire team. This team lacks known faces of world cricket.
Only the likes of Hamish Rutherford, Neil Broom, and James Neesham has represented New Zealand at the International level.
The lack of experience is a major concern for this team but there are a bunch of quality players who came easily take the game away from the opposition.
YORKSHIRE TEAM (FROM)
Andrew Gale, Karl Carver, Matthew Fisher, Steven Patterson, Will Rhodes, James Wainman, Jack Brooks, Ben Coad, Ryan Gibson, Matthew Waite, Johnny Read, Ryan Sidebottom, Josh Shaw, Adam Lyth, David Willey, Kane Williamson, Alex Lees(c), Jack Leaning, Tim Bresnan, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid, Andy Hodd(w), Azeem Rafiq.
DERBYSHIRE TEAM (FROM)
Harvey Hosein(w), Matthew Critchley, Tom Milnes, Billy Godleman, Andy Carter, Ben Cotton, Tom Knight, Tony Palladino, Ben Slater, Wayne White, Greg Cork, Scott Elstone, Tom Poynton, Tom Taylor, David Wainwright, Luke Fletcher, Will Davis, Wes Durston(c), Hamish Rutherford, Neil Broom, Alex Hughes, Wayne Madsen, James Neesham, Chesney Hughes, Shiv Thakor.
Yorkshire team is the hot favourite to win this match and the basic difference between both these team is the quality of player on the both sides.