Nottinghamshire vs Northamptonshire Royal London 2016 Live Score Streaming Results Highlights :- Cricket is now ready to set the fire in the England. The England is the inventor of Cricket and this time, Cricket will now provide the unlimited amount of entertainment amongst the English fans.
The cricket is now moved to England after India in the form of Royal London One-Day Cup 2016. The match I am talking about will be played between the Nottinghamshire and Northamptonshire in the Nottingham of England at the Trent Bridge.
Nottinghamshire vs Northamptonshire Royal London 2016 Live Score
This match will kick on theMonday , June 6 at 2 PM local time . This provides a great opportunity for the fans of the English Cricket to enjoy this gentlemen’s game when their National Team is not playing any cricket.
The Trent Bridge Stadium has the total capacity up to 17000 fans to enjoy the cricket. This shows that how much amount of fans can enjoy cricket at this stadium.
This tournament also gives many players chances to play with and against the various overseas player. This gives them confidence and exposure to improve their skills and to play limitless Cricket.
The Average score at the Trent Bridge in the first innings of one Day Cricket is 244. This show how much is the balance between the competition of bat and ball during the match.
Whereas, the average score on the ground is 211 which shows that the pitch goes slower and slower as the match progress.
The team who will win the toss will definitely look to bat first and then will try to defend the score.
Northamptonshire Team (FROM)
Richard Levi, Ben Sanderson, Adam Rossington(W), Monty Panesar, Rory Kleinvelt, Alex Wakely(C), Ben Duckett, David Murphy, Graeme White, Azharulla, Joshua Cobb, Steven Crook, Rob Keogh, Rob Newton, Olly Tone, Saif Zaib, riRichard Gleeson, Seekkuge Prasanna.
Nottinghamshire Team (FROM)
Chris Read, Jackson Bird, Harry Gurney, Michael Lumb, Samit Patel, Sam Wood, Daniel Christian(C), Riki Wessels(W), Brendan Taylor, Greg Smith, Steven Mullaney, Sam Kelsall, Brett Hutton, Will Gidman, Luke Fletcher, Jake Ball, Jake Libby.
Daniel Christian will make his debut for Nottinghamshire and will lead this side, while fans will miss the former captain of Nottinghamshire who recently retired from all the form of Cricket due to the heart problem.