Worcestershire vs Warwickshire T20 Blast 2023 Both Team Squad, Venue, Time and Date, Playing XI & Pitch Report | Worcs vs Warks Match Prediction & Dream 11 team

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Worcestershire vs Warwickshire T20 Blast 2023 – The match of T20 Blast 2023 will be played between Worcestershire vs Warwickshire on Friday, 16 Jun 2023, at 10:00 PM | 05:30 PM LOCAL at St New Road, Worcester.

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 Worcestershire vs Warwickshire teams, both teams have very good players.

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

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

Worcestershire vs Warwickshire T20 Blast 2023

SeriesT20 Blast 2023
MatchWorcestershire vs Warwickshire
Match TypeT20
DateFriday, 16 Jun 2023
Time10:00 PM | 05:30 PM LOCAL
VenueSt New Road, Worcester

When: Worcestershire vs Warwickshire T20 Blast 2023 on Friday, 16 Jun 2023 2023, 10:00 PM | 05:30 PM LOCAL.

Worcestershire vs Warwickshire: Live Streaming and Broadcast

T20 Blast 2023 will be broadcast live on Sony LIV.

Where: St New Road, Worcester

Worcestershire vs Warwickshire Match T20 2023: Pitch Report

This Vitality T20 Blast game will be played at The County Ground, New Road, Worcester. A par score will be around 180 on a pitch with consistent bounce.

Read on for team previews, betting tips, the latest odds, and match predictions for Worcestershire vs Warwickshire, Vitality T20 Blast 2023

What to expect: 

Team news:

Worcestershire: In the batting department, the side will be relying on the likes of Adam Hose, Brett D’Oliveira, Adam Finch, Kashif Ali, and Ben Cox to deliver the bulk of the runs.

In the previous match, Kashif Ali played well for Worcestershire and finished the innings with the top score of 48 off 27 balls with the help of four boundaries and three sixes. He was well supported by captain Brett D’Oliveira, who smashed 47 runs off 31 balls with the help of six fours.

In the bowling department, the side will be relying on the likes of Michael Bracewell, Mitchell Santner, Brett D’Oliveira, Dillon Pennington, and Adam Finch to deliver timely breakthroughs.

In the previous match, Michael Bracewell was the best bowler on display for Worcestershire and claimed 2 for 39 in his four overs.

Probable XI: Brett Oliveira (c), Jack Haynes, Adam Hose, Mitchell Santner, Kashif Ali, Ben Cox (wk), Ed Pollock, Adam Finch, Hasan Ali, Dillon Pennington, Patrick Brown

Worcestershire Squad: Brett D’Oliveira (c), Azhar Ali (Pakistan), Kashif Ali, Josh Baker, Michael Bracewell (New Zealand), Pat Brown, Taylor Cornell, Ben Cox, Oliver Cox, Henry Cullen, Rehaan Edavalath, Adam Finch, Ben Gibbon, Jack Haynes, Adam Hose, Joe Leach, Jake Libby, Charlie Morris, Dillon Pennington, Ed Pollock, Gareth Roderick, Mitchell Santner (New Zealand), Mitchell Stanley, Josh Tongue, Matthew Waite

Warwickshire: In the batting department, the side will be depending on the likes of Moeen Ali, Sam Hain, Alex Davies, Glenn Maxwell, and Robert Yates to deliver the bulk of the runs.

In a low-scoring match at Edgbaston, Sam Hain played well for Warwickshire and scored 35 runs off 31 balls, whereas wicket-keeper Alex Davies chipped in with 32 runs off 18 balls with the help of three fours and two sixes.

In the bowling department, the side will be depending on the likes of Hasan Ali, Dan Mousley, Danny Briggs, Moeen Ali, Craig Miles, and Glenn Maxwell to deliver crucial breakthroughs.

In the previous match, Moeen Ali and Dan Mousley played well for Warwickshire and claimed three wickets apiece

Probable XI: 

Alex Davies (C & Wk), Robert Yates, Sam Hain, Glenn Maxwell, Dan Mousley, Chris Benjamin, Ed Barnard, Henry Brookes, Danny Briggs, Craig Miles, Jake Lintott

Warwickshire Squad: Chris Benjamin, Alex Davies, Michael Burgess, Sam Hain, Moeen Ali (c), Glenn Maxwell, Chris Woakes, Paul Stirling, Dan Mousley, Jacob Bethell, Ed Barnard, Che Brendon Simmons, Hasan Ali, Danny Briggs, Ethan Brookes, Henry Brookes, George Garrett, Oliver Hannon-Dalby, Manraj Johal, Jacob Lintott, Craig Miles, Liam Norwell

Match Winner


Worcestershire vs Warwickshire Prediction

With fourth-placed Worcestershire taking on second-placed Warwickshire, this should be an excellent contest with both teams eyeing up the top positions in the North Group. We expect a good battle between bat and ball but overall the Warwickshire batting line-up looks to be a lot stronger. We are backing Warwickshire to win.

Worcestershire vs Warwickshire: Top Fantasy Picks

  • Adam Hose
  • Mitchell Santner
  • Michael Bracewell
  • Alex Davies
  • Sam Hain
  • Chris Benjamin
  • Glenn Maxwell

Worcestershire vs Warwickshire Top Team Batsmen

There will be changes at the top of the order for Worcestershire as New Zealand all-rounder, Michael Bracewell, who had been opening the batting, injured his Achilles in the last game and will be out for many months. Wicket-keeper, Ben Cox, is a candidate to move up the order. 

Sam Hain has been Warwickshire’s standout batter across this tournament and he top-scored again in their win last Friday. So far, only Wayne Madsen has hit more runs in the 2023 T20 Blast than Hain. There will be changes to the batting lineup with Moeen Ali back in the England Test side.

Worcestershire vs Warwickshire Top Team Bowlers

Although Pat Brown returned expensive figures of 0-56 in the last match against Yorkshire Vikings, it was the first time that he had gone wicketless in this year’s tournament. Bracewell’s spin bowling will also be missed after he took 2-39 in the last game.

It was an excellent team bowling performance from Warwickshire in their last game with Craig Miles the only player from their six-man bowling attack to go wicketless. Off-spinner Dan Mousley was the leader of the bowlers and finished with figures of 3-14 from his four overs.

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