Natwest t20 Blast Gloucestershire vs Surrey Preview Prediction Ball By ball

Natwest t20 Blast Gloucestershire vs Surrey Preview Prediction Ball By ball :- The next match of Natwest t20 Blast is between the Surrey and Gloucestershire. These both teams will lock their horn on July 6, 2016, at the County ground, Bristol.


Michael Klinger is the captain of Gloucestershire team and he holds the key to the success of his team. The X-factor for this team is Hamish Marshal, this former New Zealand opening batsman has been in terrific form in this tournament so far.

Apart from Marshal, the other two players who could prove to be the real game changer for Gloucestershire team are Andrew Tye and Cameron Bancroft.

This team has won their last match against the Somerset. Michael Klinger was brilliant in that game as he scored a match-winning hundred in the way of  chasing the target of 167-7. That inning was magnificent  and now his team will look at him, for more performances like that in the upcoming matches.

On the other side, Gareth Batty is the captain of Surrey team and he is under pressure as his team lost their last match against the Essex team.

Their batting unit was completely shattered by the average bowling performance of Essex bowlers. Yes, guys, I am saying the average bowling performance of Essex.

Even the likes of Kumar Sangakkara and Dwayne Bravo failed to deliver in that match. The major concern for this team is to find the appropriate replacement of Kumar Sangakkara and Dwayne Bravo, as both these are currently playing the Carribean Premier League in the Carribean.

This team now need to regroup and they must work on their strategies to come out hard in the next match against the Surrey team.


Michael Beard, Patrick Grieshaber, Dan Housego, Craig Miles, Liam Norwell, Ian Saxelby, Jack Taylor, Miles Hammond, Tom Hampton, Cameron Herring, David Payne, William Tavare, George Hankins, Hamish Marshall, Michael Klinger(c), Ian Cockbain, Chris Dent, Benny Howell, Gareth Roderick(w), Kieran Noema-Barnett, Andrew Tye, Thomas Smith, Graeme van Buuren, Matt Taylor, Chris Liddle, Josh Shaw, Cameron Bancroft.


Ben Foakes(w), Gareth Batty(c), Ravi Rampaul, James Burke, Jade Dernbach, Stuart Meaker, Jason Roy, Dominic Sibley, Mark Footitt, Mathew Pillans, Conor McKerr, Matt Dunn, Arun Harinath, Freddie van den Bergh, Azhar Mahmood, Gary Wilson, Steven Davies, Kumar Sangakkara, Rory Burns, Zafar Ansari, Dwayne Bravo, Sam Curran, Tom Curran.


Gloucestershire team is looking favourite to win this match.