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- 2 Derbyshire vs Northamptonshire Astrology, Toss Prediction 100% True – Natwest t20 Blast 2015
- 3 Derbyshire vs Northamptonshire Toss Prediction
- 4 Derbyshire vs Northamptonshire Who Will Win
- 5 Derbyshire vs Northamptonshire Match Date, Start Time & Venue Information Detail
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- 18 Derbyshire vs Northamptonshire Match Team News
Hey Guys You Can See Derbyshire vs Northamptonshire Astrology, Toss Prediction 100% True – Natwest t20 Blast 2015:- A Derbyshire XI beat a Kevin Dean XI tonight at Chesterfield tonight, 169-6 beating 132. It would have been a good run out and an opportunity to get used to both the wicket and the outfield before the week’s major matches.
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The outfield should be like polished glass if it stays dry and the scoring rates will be high, I would have thought. Mark Footitt has been released from England duty and so is available, on what is normally a quick wicket that he should enjoy.Northamptonshire on Sunday should be a high-scoring game and there are two sides of aggressive batsmen who will enjoy short boundaries and getting full value for a well-timed shot.I just hope Derbyshire continue the form they showed against Nottinghamshire. A good performance is always to be enjoyed, but carries much more weight when it is replicated.When we do that, we will really start going places.More from me nearer the weekend. Enjoy the sun, while it lasts.It’s raining in Glasgow tonight…
Finding consistency in T20 cricket appears to be almost as difficult as facing Muhammad Azharullah in the final over of an innings.Very few teams are able to string wins together and remain unbeaten for any period of time.But until last Saturday, Northants Steelbacks had come up with a magic formula.It was fuelled by an inner belief that they would win games, even if that meant going right to the final ball.With Azharullah hitting his straps again, they had secured four wins in five games, with the other a washout at Leicestershire Foxes.They were winning then as freely as they were losing at the start of a campaign that began with three successive defeats.David Ripley’s men had found that elusive consistency, but now they want to ensure that their North Group journey does not end with a bad run.They will be desperate to bounce back immediately at Derbyshire Falcons on Sunday (start 2.30pm), with the table as a tight as a duck’s proverbial.I haven’t seen the table,” stressed Ripley, whose side were beaten by seven wickets at Nottinghamshire Outlaws last Saturday.I’m not over fussed about having a look at it really until we get towards the end.We’ll just try and concentrate on winning our games if we can, of which the next one will be a tough game at Derby.
“They beat Notts recently, but I think they’re below us in the league so they’ll look at beating us and getting up alongside us.Every game has a lot on it and there’s fine margins but we have played some pretty good cricket over six matches now and we’ve got to keep building on that.”Derbyshire have been more miss than hit in this season’s NatWest T20 Blast, but they did impress when beating the Outlaws last weekend, before being on the end of a Brendon McCullum-inspired mauling at Birmingham Bears on Friday night.And Ripley believes that the Falcons, who lost at the County Ground earlier in the competition, will pose a real threat.Everyone’s got their match-winners in their side,” said the Steelbacks head coach.You’re looking for your match-winners to kind of come to the party and win you some matches.
Derbyshire vs Northamptonshire Astrology, Toss Prediction 100% True – Natwest t20 Blast 2015
We’ve done well with that over the last five games but it’s who performs well on the day.Our form is good so we’ll go into that game confident that we can keep that momentum going.”Sunday’s match is being played at Queen’s Park in Chesterfield, and is the first fixture in Derbyshire’s annual Autoworld Volvo XC90 Chesterfield Festival of Cricket.Derbyshire have named an unchanged 12-man squad from the one beaten at Edgbaston on Friday, with Birmingham Bears’ Brendon McCullum hitting an incredible 158 not out to sink the Falcons, while the Steelbacks will be without the injured David Willey and are likely to stick with the 11 that lost at Trent Bridge last weekend.
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Derbyshire vs Northamptonshire Match Date, Start Time & Venue Information Detail
|Jul 05 – Sun||Derbyshire vs Northamptonshire, North Group||13:30||7:00 PM||19:00||Queen’s Park||Chesterfield|
Derbyshire vs Northamptonshire Team Squad Lineups:-
Derbyshire Team Squad Lineup
Wayne Madsen, Wes Durston(c), Mark Footitt, Chesney Hughes, Tom Poynton(w), Tom Taylor, David Wainwright, Ben Cotton, Billy Godleman, Alex Hughes, Tony Palladino, Ben Slater, Shiv Thakor, Wayne White, Nathan Rimmington, Hamish Rutherford
Northamptonshire Team Squad Lineup
Alex Wakely(c), Ben Duckett, David Murphy, Stephen Peters, Graeme White, Azharullah, Joshua Cobb, Steven Crook, Rob Keogh, Rob Newton, Adam Rossington(w),Olly Stone, David Willey, Richard Levi, Rory Kleinveldt
Derbyshire vs Northamptonshire Match Team News
The Steelbacks lost Richard Levi from Shiv Thakor’s opening over, clipping to Wayne Madsen inside the circle at backward square leg and Derbyshire sensed they were in the game.
But Willey decided to up the rate in exciting fashion and took 24 off the fourth over bowled by Dilshan from the Turner Stand End. Two sixes sailed over long off, followed by a Cowdrey-esque cover-drive for four and the over was completed with another huge six down the ground.Willey – who reached his 50 off 21 balls with a smear through long off from Wayne White – greeted Chesney Hughes’s introduction with another smear over long-on, but was caught gleefully by Madsen off Palladino in the next over.Shahid Afridi picked up where Willey left off and continued the frenetic pace. Surviving a tight stumping appeal off Hughes, the Pakistani globetrotter added 34 off 17 before Billy Godleman’s footwork in front of the boundary rope allowed a stunning catch for Thakor’s second wicket.
But Alex Wakely and Steven Crook saw Northants home for their first win in 2015 and consign Derbyshire to a fourth defeat in five, to win by six wickets with 13 balls to spare.Northamptonshire’s David Willey hopes his man of the match performance can spark the Steelbacks’s rise up the Northern Group table. “That was a great night and we did need to win that. Fortunately, 167 to win was only just above par and I haven’t scored that many runs in the competition this year.
“I thought I’d go and have a dip and if I get out, those two guys (Levi and Cobb) are in good form. But fortunately, today was my day and we got a comfortable win.”
Derbyshire captain Wes Durston said, “I thought the score was a bit above par, but only a bit and from where we were halfway through, I’d have taken that. We never really had the chance to kick on after that.We definitely felt that they were going to go hard in the powerplay, but not for one minute did we think that Willey would make 60 off 27 balls.
Northamptonshire claimed their opening win of the 2015 Natwest t20 Blast with a comfortable six wicket win over Derbyshire at Wantage Road.England allrounder David Willey was the star of the contest after being released from the national team’s one-day squad, with an impressive 60 off 27 balls and two wickets.After losing the toss and bowling first, the home side would have taken all the encouragement on offer after three straight defeats out of three. The best possible variety arrived in Willey’s opening over. Derbyshire’s Sri Lankan star Tillekaratne Dilshan tried his scoop shot, only to see middle and leg stump knocked back. It’s the Sri Lankan’s final innings before a stint with the Caribbean Premier League.
Twenty seven runs came off the first four overs with Wes Durston providing most of the momentum. But Chesney Hughes wafted at Steven Crook’s first ball outside the offstump and edged to Ben Duckett which was immediately followed by Wayne Madsen being trapped palpably LBW first ball.That left Derbyshire 37-3 but Scott Elstone helped Durston put on 52 for the fourth wicket, with a slog sweep just over midwicket off Shahid Afridi his highlight.As the Falcons tried to up the tempo, Shiv Thakor was run out for 15 when going for a third, although third umpire Mark Benson had to check whether Willey had touched the rope in preventing a boundary before effecting the dismissal.Tom Poynton bludgeoned two sixes off the final over but the Falcons captain was left largely alone to keep the attack going. He carried his bat for 77 off 63 balls, with his fifty coming off 41. Derbyshire’s 166-7 seemed to be only just enough though.