Natwest t20 Blast Worcestershire vs Lancashire Preview Prediction Ball By ball

Natwest t20 Blast Worcestershire vs Lancashire Preview Prediction Ball By ball :- The next match of Natwest t20 Blast is between the Worcestershire and Lancashire. These both team will face each other on July 8 at the New Road, Worcester.


Daryl Mitchell is the captain of Worcestershire team and he must be disappointed with the serious loss in their last match against the Derbyshire.

They lost the match even after scoring 185 as Derbyshire manage to chased down the total in just 18.2 over. Now, this team needs to regroup to bounce back in the next encounter.

The key players for this team are Matt Henry, Daryl Mitchell, Moeen Ali  and Tom Kohler Cadmore. The batting department looks more settled .

But the main concern is their bowling department as there is no big name expect Matt Henry.

On the other side, Steven Croft is the captain of Lancashire team and his team is also sailing on the same boat like Worcestershire as this team is coming into this match on the back of a defeat against the Yorkshire team.

Both batsman and bowler were failed in that match, now they need to regroup in order to perform well in the upcoming match.

The batting department relies on the Alviro Peterson, Jordan Clark and Steven Croft. There is no known face in the bowling department expect of Stephen Parry and he needs to lead the bowling attack for this team.


Alexei Kervezee, Joe Leach, Jack Shantry, Ross Whiteley, Matt Henry, Thomas Charles Fell, Joe Clarke, George Rhodes, Andre Russell, Kyle Abbott,  Daryl Mitchell(c), Brett D’Oliveira, Nick Harrison, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Chris Russell, Moeen Ali, Ed Barnard, Ben Cox(w).


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, Tom Moores, Steven Croft(c), Tom Bailey, Neil Wagner, Nathan Buck, Jordan Clark, Alex Davies, Peter Moores(w).


Worcestershire will win this match.