Kent vs Hampshire T20 Blast 2023 Match Both Team Squad, Players, Captains, Venue, Time and Date, And Match Prediction

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Kent vs Hampshire T20 Blast 2023 – The match of T20 Blast 2023 will be played between Kent vs Hampshire on Friday, 9 Jun 2023, at 11:00 PM | 06:30 PM LOCAL at St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury.

The toss of this match will be done 30 minutes before the start of the match i.e. at 11:00 pm, as I have already been told that this match will be played between Kent vs Hampshire teams, both teams have very good players.

Here Are the full details of the Kent vs Hampshire Match T20 Blast 2023 Both Team Squad, Players, Captains, Venue, Time and Date, And Match Prediction.

Get to Know Who will win KET vs HAM Vitality T20 Blast match Prediction with Head to Head stats, Playing 11, pitch report, Live score & Match winning Team.

Kent vs Hampshire T20 Blast 2023

SeriesT20 Blast 2023
MatchKent vs Hampshire
Match TypeT20
DateFriday, 9 Jun 2023
Time11:00 PM | 06:30 PM LOCAL
VenueSt Lawrence Ground, Canterbury

When: T20 Blast 2023 on Friday, 9 Jun 2023, at 11:00 PM | 06:30 PM LOCAL

Where: St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury

What to expect: 

KET vs HAM, St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury Pitch Report:

This Vitality T20 Blast game will be played at St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury. A par score will be around 175 with the pitch likely to give assistance to the spin bowlers.

KENT vs HAM Match Key Players

  • James Vince continues to score a huge number of runs and we expect him to be Hampshire’s highest run scorer against Kent.
  • Michael Hogan is a consistent wicket-taker in this competition and he is our pick for Kent’s top wicket-taker in this clash.
  • John Turner is in excellent form and the 22-year-old is our tip for Hampshire’s top wicket-taker on Friday.

Team news:

Kent: The hosts have lost five games so far and ahead of this game they find themselves in seventh place in the southern league. Kent lost to four goals with 10 balls remaining in their last game against the Essex Eagles on Wednesday night.

Two of Kent’s top five batsmen were the Golden Ducks, Sam Billings, and Jordan Cox, and only five players scored in double digits in the Essex Eagles win. Joe Denly is leading the game with 39 balls played in the last game.

George Linde, Grant Stewart, Kane Richardson, and fullback Fred Klaassen had a wicket in Wednesday’s game. Australian opening bowler Michael Hogan maintained his impressive T20 Blast record with 2-38.

To find out when Kent last won, you have to go back to his first game on May 24.

Probable XI: Tawanda Muyeye, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Joe Denly, Sam Billings (c & wk), Jordan Cox, Jack Leaning, George Linde, Grant Stewart, Fred Klaassen, Kane Richardson, Michael Hogan

Kent Squad: Sam Billings (c), Arafat Bhuiyan, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Alex Blake, Ben Compton, Jordan Cox, Zak Crawley, Joe Denly, Joey Evison, Harry Finch, Nathan Gilchrist, Hamidullah Qadri, Michael Hogan, Fred Klaassen, Jack Leaning, George Linde, James Logan, Tawanda Muyeye, Marcus O’Riordan, Matt Quinn, Kane Richardson (Australia), Jas Singh, Grant Stewart

Hampshire: The Hampshire took a stunning win on Wednesday night, becoming the first team to beat leaders Somerset in five consecutive wins. The Hampshire have beaten Essex Eagles, Sussex Sharks, Middlesex, and Somerset in their last four games.

Captain James Vince was the lead batsman of the 2023 Vitality Blast, with 50 Runs from 38 balls on Wednesday. His half-century against Somerset was the fifth time he had scored more than 50 RUNS in the last six innings, which included 103 runs.

Apart from Scott Currie, who had 54 laps in four Overs, the other four Hampshire players used in Wednesday’s win made financial figures and recorded at least one wicket.
John Turner is 2-30 after his 3-30 against Middlesex on Tuesday.

Hampshire has won their last two games by a narrow five-run margin but is aiming for a fifth win in this competition.

Probable XI: James Vince (c), Ben McDermott, Tom Prest, Joe Weatherley, Ross Whiteley, Benny Howell, Liam Dawson, James Fuller, Nathan Ellis, Chris Wood, Mason Crane.

Hampshire Squad: James Vince (c), Mohammad Abbas (Pakistan), Kyle Abbott (South Africa), Toby Albert, Keith Barker, Ben Brown, Jack Campbell, Mason Crane, Scott Currie, Liam Dawson, Aneurin Donald, Joseph Eckland, Nathan Ellis (Australia), James Fuller, Nick Gubbins, Ian Holland, Benny Howell, Ben McDermott, Fletcha Middleton, Felix Organ, Harry Petrie, Tom Prest, John Turner, Joe Weatherley, Brad Wheal, Ross Whiteley, Chris Wood

Kent vs Hampshire Prediction

With Kent continuing their poor form and Hampshire going from strength to strength, it is very hard to predict anything other than another victory for Hampshire. Kent is struggling to make big scores whereas Hampshire had two half-centurions in their last match. Our prediction is for Hampshire to win this fixture.

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