Natwest t20 Blast 2016 Derbyshire Vs Lancashire Preview Prediction Ball By ball

Natwest t20 Blast 2016 Derbyshire Vs Lancashire Preview Prediction Ball By ball :- Lancashire and Derbyshire will lock their horns for the next match of Natwest t20 Blast. These both team will take their guard against each other on July 13, at the  County Ground, Derby.



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This team is one of the contenders for holding the trophy of the this year’s Natwest t20 Blast. Steven Croft is the captain of Lancashire team and he himself is the key for his team.

The team heavily on the likes of Joss Buttler, Alviro Petersen, Steven Croft and Karl Brown. Meanwhile, the X factor for this side is Joss Buttler and a lot depends on him.

Meanwhile, Lancashire has won their last match against the Worcestershire side as this team chased down the massive target of 198 in just 18.2 over on the back of half-centuries from Joss Buttler and Karl Brown.

The major issue for this team is the lack of big names in their bowling department and except Stephen Parry, no other bowlers have represented at the national level.

Steven Croft now will look to carry the winning momentum in the next match against the Derbyshire team.


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


Wes Durston is the captain of Derbyshire team and he must be disappointed with the loss in the last match against the Leicestershire side, where this team bowled out for 158 and their bowlers leaked runs to hand over the match to Leicestershire batsman who chased down the 158 in just 15.4.

The trump cards for this team is the trio of New Zeland players, James Neesham, Neil Broom and Hamish Rutherford. All, these guns need to fire if this team has to win their next encounter against the Lancashire side.


Alex Hughes, Matthew Critchley, Harvey Hosein(w), Andy Carter, Billy Godleman, Tom Milnes, Ben Cotton, Tom Knight, Tony Palladino, Ben Slater, Wayne White, Greg Cork, Scott Elstone, Tom Poynton, Tom Taylor, David Wainwright, Luke Fletcher, Will Davis, Hamish Rutherford, Wes Durston(c), Chesney Hughes, Neil Broom, Wayne Madsen, Shiv Thakor, James Neesham.


Lancashire is the hot favourite to win this match especially keeping in mind the red-hot form of Joss Buttler.