Lancashire vs Northamptonshire T20 Blast 2023 Both Team Squad, Venue, Time and Date, Playing XI, Pitch Report, Match Prediction & Dream 11 team

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Lancashire vs Northamptonshire T20 Blast 2023 – The match of T20 Blast 2023 will be played between Lancashire vs Northamptonshire on Sunday, 2 July 2023, at 7:00 PM | 02:30 PM LOCAL at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester.

The toss of this match will be done 30 minutes before the start of the match i.e. at 07:00 pm, as I have already been told that this match will be played between Lancashire vs Northamptonshire teams, both teams have very good players.

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

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

Lancashire vs Northamptonshire T20 Blast 2023

SeriesT20 Blast 2023
MatchLancashire vs Northamptonshire
Match TypeT20
DateSunday, 2 July 2023
Time7:00 PM | 02:30 PM LOCAL
VenueEmirates Old Trafford, Manchester

When: Lancashire vs Northamptonshire T20 Blast 2023 on Sunday, 2 July 2023, 7:00 PM | 02:30 PM LOCAL

Where: Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester

Lancashire vs Northamptonshire Match Live Streaming and Broadcast

T20 Blast 2023 will be broadcast live on Sony LIV.

Lancashire vs Northamptonshire Match Pitch Report

The pitch at the Emirates Old Trafford looks to be a balanced track. There is an equal degree of assistance for both batters and bowlers. There will be some movement with the new ball for the pacers and if the batters can nullify it, they can score big.

The spinners may come into play in the latter stages of the competition. We have seen teams struggle a bit to chase at this venue and captains winning the toss prefer to bat first. The fans can expect an even contest between the bat and the ball at the Emirates Old Trafford.

What to expect: 

Team news:

Lancashire: After a brilliant start to the tournament, Lancashire went on a losing streak of four games before they managed to return to winning ways against Worcestershire Rapids in their last match. Lightning is in sixth place but only two points behind the second-placed teams.

There is no doubting the talent in the batting line-up of Lancashire but they have failed to fire in the majority of recent games. However, England white-ball skipper Jos Buttler produced the goods against Worcestershire Rapids with 58 runs from 42 balls at the top of the order.

Jack Blatherwick and Liam Livingstone were the only two players to go wicketless in Lancashire’s win over Worcestershire Rapids. There was a welcome return to form for left-arm pace bowler Luke Wood who recorded figures of 1-18 from four overs.

Lancashire avoided losing five matches in a row with their win in their last match and they are still within touching distance of the top teams in the North Group.

Probable XI: Philip Salt, Jos Buttler (wk), Steven Croft, Luke Wells, Liam Livingstone (c), Daryl Mitchell, Colin de Grandhomme, Rob Jones, Tom Hartley, Luke Wood, Jack Blatherwick

Lancashire Squad: Dane Vilas (c), Keaton Jennings, Tom Aspinwall, Tom Bailey, George Balderson, George Bell, Jack Blatherwick, Josh Bohannon, Josh Boyden, Jos Buttler, Steven Croft, Colin de Grandhomme, Richard Gleeson, Tom Hartley, Matthew Hurst, Rob Jones, Danny Lamb, George Lavelle, Liam Livingstone, Saqib Mahmood, Daryl Mitchell, Jack Morley, Matt Parkinson, Phil Salt, Harry Singh, Luke Wells, Will Williams, Luke Wood

Northamptonshire: After three successive defeats, Northamptonshire finally got back to winning ways on Sunday as they beat a very strong Notts Outlaws side by 78 runs. The victory means that the Steelbacks are now only four points behind the top teams in the North Group.

Northamptonshire lost by 4 wickets, 30 runs, and 35 runs in their previous three matches before the big win over Notts Outlaws.

Probable XI: Ricardo Vasconcelos, Emilio Gay, David Willey (c), Saif Zaib, Justin Broad, Lewis McManus (wk), Tom Taylor, Rob Keogh, Andrew Tye, Ben Sanderson, Freddie Heldreich

Northamptonshire Squad: David Willey (c), Gareth Berg, Josh Cobb, Emilio Gay, Harry Gouldstone, George Gowler, Freddie Heldreich, Rob Keogh, Simon Kerrigan, Chris Lynn, Lewis McManus, Gus Miller, Luke Procter, Alex Russell, Ollie Sale, James Sales, Ben Sanderson, Tom Taylor, Andrew Tye, Ricardo Vasconcelos, George Weldon, Graeme White, Jack White, Saif Zaib

Lancashire vs Northamptonshire Match Winner


Lancashire vs Northamptonshire Match Prediction

Both teams are laced with quality players but on form, we have to go in with Lancashire as favorites. Lancashire has won four of the last five games while Yorkshire has lost three back-to-back games. What is more concerning for Yorkshire is that the team has been bowled out for 102 and 68 in two of the three defeats, showing that batters are terribly out of touch.

Lancashire vs Northamptonshire Match Both Team Top Batsmen

Lancashire has one of the best batting lineups in the tournament with Liam Livingstone, Jos Buttler, and Phil Salt in the team.

South African keeper-batter Ricardo Vasconcelos hit a half-century in the defeat against Durham and has hit 84 runs in the tournament from his two innings so far. Chris Lynn has a top score of 28 in the 2023 T20 Blast but he is a destructive T20 batter with over 7000 runs in this format.

Lancashire vs Northamptonshire Match Both Team Top Team Bowlers

Luke Wood, Tom Hartley, and Daryl Mitchell will be the key bowlers for Lancashire. The bowlers have struggled in T20 Blast but the aforementioned bowlers are most likely to do well.

Defending a total of only 177, Northamptonshire required a very accomplished bowling performance on Sunday and the bowling unit delivered as they dismissed Birmingham Bears for 99 inside 14.3 overs. Ben Sanderson was the leader of the attack returning figures of 3-29.

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