Natwest T20 BLAST Essex vs Somerset & Gloucestershire vs Kent Today Match Prediction 13th July 2017. Who Will Win today Toss Prediction 100 Sure. Live Match Score Ball by ball Yahoo & cricbuzz Commentary.
The league consists of the 18 first-class county teams divided into two divisions of nine teams each. In Surrey vs Middlesex Natwest T20 Blast Today Match Prediction. Astrological Toss.
This NatWest T20 Blast is a Twenty20 cricket league in England and Wales run by the ECB (England Cricket Board).
Why the The NatWest became the tournament sponsors in the year 2014. in renewing a longstanding relationship the bank has had with the county game.
Actually, Boom Boom – Pakistan legend Shahid Afridi – went bang, bang, bang, bang. As he took four wickets for Hampshire with his leg-spin in their 22-run win over Glamorgan in Cardiff.
Natwest T20 BLAST Essex vs Somerset Today Match Prediction 13th July 2017
Natwest T20 BLAST Essex Squad
Ravi Bopara, Tamim Iqbal, Ryan ten Doeschate, James Foster, Mohammad Amir, Adam Wheater, Tom Westley, Varun Chopra, Matt Dixon, Simon Harmer, Ashar Zaidi, James Porter, Daniel Lawrence, Callum Taylor, Paul Walter
Natwest T20 BLAST Somerset Squad
James Hildreth, Roelof van der Merwe, Steven Davies (wk), Peter Trego, Max Waller, Jim Allenby (Captain), Josh Davey, Tim Groenewald, Lewis Gregory, Johann Myburgh, Craig Overton, Corey Anderson, Adam Hose, Tom Banton
While Talking about the Kent vs Gloutcestshire match. Kent is in Strong Position. While Glouce will Try their Luck very hard to Win this Match So our favorite this time is Glouc for Match and Kent for Toss
Natwest T20 BLAST Gloucestershire vs Kent Today Match Prediction 13th July 2017
Natwest T20 BLAST Gloucestershire Squad
Phil Mustard, Chris Liddle, Benny Howell, Thomas Smith, Chris Dent, David Payne, Jack Taylor, Kieran Noema-Barnett, Michael Klinger, Ian Cockbain, Craig Miles, Liam Norwell, Cameron Bancroft, Matt Taylor, Miles Hammond, Graeme van Buuren, William Tavare, George Hankins
Natwest T20 BLAST Kent Squad
James Tredwell, Joe Denly, Mitchell Claydon, Adam Milne, Adam Ball, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Sam Billings (wk), Alex Blake, Matt Coles, Sam Northeast (c), Darren Stevens, James Neesham, Imran Qayyum, Zak Crawley