Ball By Ball Essex vs Somerset, South Group Today Match Prediction, which can held on Jul 13, 2017, Thursday at County Ground, Chelmsford and the match begins at 7.00PM there local time.
ESSEX Eagles suffered their second NatWest T20 Blast defeat in three days, as Daniel Bell-Drummond steered Kent Spitfires to a seven-wicket victory. Ryan ten Doeschate’s aspect were looking to bounce again from Friday’s loss to Surrey.
However the Eagles were unable to safe their first victory of the T20 campaign. Tamim Iqbal was introduced into the aspect for Dan Lawrence, however the big-hitting Bangladesh worldwide batsman was the primary man to be sent again to the Beckenham pavilion.
The debutant, who has agreed to feature in eight NatWest T20 Blast fixtures for the Eagles, was bowled by Adam Milne for seven runs, earlier than Tom Westley followed for 13 off the bowling of Jimmy Neesham.
Varun Chopra high scored for the visitors, however former England worldwide spinner James Tredwell eliminated the opening batsman for 47.
Ball By Ball Essex vs Somerset, South Group Today Match Prediction
Somerset will win
Ravi Bopara and ten Doeschate cast a powerful partnership of 73 to take the Eagles past the 150 mark.
However ten Doeschate, who hit 4 fours and two sixes off his 18 balls, was dismissed for 38. Bopara fell two runs later and, like Chopra, fell simply short of a half-century. The all-rounder recorded 45 runs before he was caught by Alex Blake off the bowling of Milne. Three more Eagles wickets fell within the final over.
Ashar Zaidi and James Foster were out for one and 9 respectively, whereas Paul Walter was run out. The Eagles innings ended with Simon Harmer and Mohammad Amir, on one and nought, on the crease, with the guests ending on 166/8. Neesham was the most harmful of the Spitfires bowlers, as he completed with figures of Three-37, while Milne claimed two Eagles scalps and Coles and Tredwell took one every.
An explosive 81 from 45 balls by Corey Anderson, with seven sixes and three fours, and a dramatic 12-run penalty, couldn’t prevent Surrey from squeaking residence by 4 runs in a remarkable Nat West T20 Blast match on the Kia Oval.
Led by stand-in captain Jade Dernbach, Surrey go high of the embryonic South Group desk with two wins from two video games, with the run out of Anderson within the final over the key second in a sport which had appeared throughout earlier than the award of penalty runs with three overs remaining due to an illegally slow overrate.
Dernbach spoke afterwards about the 12-run penalty, actioned by umpires David Millns and Paul Baldwin, who judged Surrey two overs short of their allocation within the time restrict.
He said: “To be sincere I was just about in the dark out there about the possibility of a run penalty. It was the primary I heard of it when it was given. However these things occur and you have to take it on the chin. “I am just a little puzzled as a result of on Friday night, once we performed Essex at Chelmsford and the sport was on TV, there seemed to be a little bit bit more leeway.
“But it was essential to get Corey Anderson out in that final over, because he had performed unbelievably nicely, and then Tom Curran held his nerve once more at the demise,
as he did in that Essex match. I am so proud of him and happy to see him performing like this in massive strain conditions.”