Today Lancashire vs Leicestershire Match 10th June 2016 Preview Live Score Card Results Highlights

Today Lancashire vs Leicestershire Match 10th June 2016 Preview Live Score Card Results Highlights :- The next match of Natwest t20 Blast is between Lancashire and Leicestershire on June 10 at Old Trafford in Manchester. Both these teams are looking good in this tournament.

liam-livingstone-lancashire-cricket_3303877 Mark Pettini is the captain of Leicestershire team and was victorious captain in their last match against Durham. This team is surrounded by the quality match winners in both bowling and batting department.

The batting department of this team consists of Irish brother Kevin O’ Brien and Neil O’ Brien along with Pakistan t20 Specialist Umar Akmal.

Umar Akmal is the key to success for Leicestershire along with the captain Mark Pettini. The bowling department of this team looks solid with the presence of Clint McKay , Neil Dexter and Kevin O’ Brien.

On the other side, Lancashire lost their last match against Nottinghamshire as they were not able to defend the score of 184. This shows their worries in their bowling department.

Lancashire team has quality t20 specialist like Joss Buttler , Martin Guptill, Steven Croft and experienced Alviro Petersen. Their batting looks solid but the major concern for Lancashire team is their bowling.

Although, they have match winners former international players like Neil Wagner, Stephen Parry but all the bowlers are leaking runs at the economy of 10.

Steven Croft is the captain of Lancashire, who need to fire with bat and will need to find the solution to the woes of bowling department.


Paul Horton, Neil Dexter, Kevin O’Brien, Mark Pettini(c), Niall O’Brien(w), Wayne White, Clint McKay, Mark Cosgrove, Ollie Freckingham, Angus Robson, James Sykes, Robbie Williams, Ned Eckersley, Lewis Hill, Jigar Naik, Charlie Shreck, Rob Taylor, Tom Wells, Ben Raine, Zak Chappell, Aadil Ali, Umar Akmal


Steven Croft(c), Tom Bailey, Neil Wagner, Jos Buttler(w), Nathan Buck, Jordan Clark, Alex Davies, Simon Kerrigan, Stephen Parry, Luke Procter, Karl Brown, George Edwards, Gavin Griffiths, Kyle Jarvis, Arron Lilley, Luis Reece, Wayne White, Haseeb Hameed, Alviro Petersen, Liam Livingstone, Michael Gough, Tom Smith, Martin Guptill.

Well, English fans can only expect of a cracker jacker of a game. Both teams have heavy weights players and the game can easily turn to any side.