NatWest t20 Blast 2016 Notts vs Ess 1st Quarter-Final 8th August 2016 Live Streaming Ball By Ball :- The English fans need to tight up the seat belt as the Natwest t20 Blast has reached it’s quarterfinal stages. The Nottinghamshire team and the Essex team will face each other in the first quarterfinal match.
This match will be played on August, 8 at the Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
WHERE TO WATCH
Star Sports Networks
Nottinghamshire Team Preview
Daniel Christain led side is one of the most consistent teams of Natwest t20 tournament. Earlier, they were well led by the James Taylor, who retired due to life threatening injury.
But, Christain has also led this team very well. He is not only good with the tactics but he has also performed with both ball and ball and this makes him a perfect leader.
This team is heavy loaded with the likes of Harry Gurney, Jake Ball, Brendan Taylor, Chris Read, Imran Tahir and Michale Lumb.
The bowling and batting of this team look balanced and this team is even looking favourite to win the title of this tournament.
And this team will enter this match on the back of a solid win against the Leicestershire team as they won the match by d/l method.
This team has momentum with and now, they ould look to implement the winning momentum in the next match against the Essex team in the first quarterfinal.
Luke Fletcher, Jake Ball, Imran Tahir, Harry Gurney, Sam Wood, Sam Kelsall, Brett Hutton, Will Gidman, Jake Libby, Riki Wessels, Michael Lumb, Greg Smith, Daniel Christian(c), Samit Patel, Brendan Taylor, Steven Mullaney, Chris Read(w).
ESSEX Team Preview
Another deserving team managed to reach the quarterfinal stages. Ravi Bopara’s led Essex team has everything that needs to crown the champion.
This team relies on the performance of a couple of all-rounders. The liked of Ravi Bopara and Ryan ten Doeschate is the core ingredient of this team.
Also, Jesse Ryder along with Matthew Wade and Ashar Zaidi are the other names which could easily win them matches on their day.
The Essex team will enter the first quarterfinal match against the Nottinghamshire team on the back of a solid win against the Middlesex team.
Although, that was a low scoring match as Middlesex posted only 126 and Essex chased down the target easily on the back of fifty from Ashar Ansari.
An all round performance from all the players is the thing that this team need to win their next encounter.
Graham Napier, David Masters, Matthew Quinn, Matt Dixon, Jaik Mickleburgh, Aron Nijjar, Kishen Velani, James Porter, Aaron Beard, Callum Taylor, Paul Walter, Nick Browne, Jesse Ryder, Tom Westley, Daniel Lawrence, Ravi Bopara(c), Ashar Zaidi, Ryan ten Doeschate, James Foster(w).
Nottinghamshire team is favourite to win this match.