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Hey Guys You Can See Gloucestershire vs Hampshire Astrology, Toss Prediction 100% True – Natwest t20 Blast 2015:- Michael Klinger’s best efforts were not enough to save Gloucestershire from almost certain elimination in the NatWest T20 Blast group stages as Kent staged a grand finale to triumph by three wickets at Cheltenham.The Australian top-scored with 75 as Gloucestershire raised 166-7 in front of a full-house festival crowd, but Alex Blake proved the match-winner as Kent chased down their target with two balls to spare to claim their place in the quarter-finals.
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Blake smashed a brilliant 59 from 24 balls to see the visitors home in a dramatic finale, smiting 5 fours and 4 sixes to effectively dash Gloucestershire’s hopes of making the knockout stages.Victory in their final two games – against Hampshire at Cheltenham tomorrow (TUES) and Glamorgan in Cardiff on Friday week – could see Gloucestershire still qualify, providing other results go their way, and skipper Klinger is refusing to throw in the towel.He said: “It is still mathematically possible for us to get through if we win the last two games.If we were going to lose any of the last three games, then this was the one, because Kent are well ahead. Hampshire and Glamorgan are still in the mix and our run rate is pretty good. I think we can still make it because we are competing for the same spots.
Klinger has been in supreme form in the short format since returning in late May and he is the competition’s leading run-scorer with 653 at an average of 108.83.Without his runs at the top of the order, the county would have been out of contention for a place in the quarter-finals long ago. Once again, too many of his team-mates failed to match his exploits as the home side ultimately came up short after making a promising start.In-form opener Hamish Marshall pulled up with a recurrence of a calf strain and retired hurt on 11, but fellow Australian Peter Handscomb afforded Klinger sterling support in a progressive stand of 79 in 5.1 overs for the second wicket, accepting the role of junior partner to harvest 28 from 23 balls.
When he was bowled by spinner Fabian Cowdrey in the act of sweeping in the 14th over, Gloucestershire were well-placed at 115-2. A truly imposing total was still a distinct possibility while Klinger remained at large and the Western Australia batsman appeared capable of winning the game single-handedly as he raised 50 from 34 balls.Realising the importance of working the ball during the middle overs, he combined clever placement with lightning-quick running between the wickets to raise the prospect of a fourth hundred in 10 T20 innings.He was threatening to take the game by the scruff of the neck when he suffered an unexpected aberration, clipping Cowdrey to backward point where Callum Haggett held on to give Kent a crucial breakthrough.
Thereafter, Gloucestershire lost wickets steadily, Benny Howell, Geraint Jones, Jack Taylor and Tom Smith all failing to make an impression as the last three overs yielded just 20 runs.Klinger conceded: “In those conditions and with a short boundary on one side, we really should have done better in the last 10 overs.I thought our fielding was excellent and some of our bowling good, but we were between 10 and 15 runs short of a par score.We did well to make the game close and we have a lot of skills in the team, but we still have some things missing and the boys will have to work hard to improve in those areas.Gloucestershire appeared to have the game under control when reducing Kent to 93-5 inside 14 overs, but Sam Northeast and Blake put the visitors back on track in a revitalising innings of 39 runs on four overs for the sixth wicket.
Gloucestershire vs Hampshire Astrology, Toss Prediction 100% True – Natwest t20 Blast 2015
Still requiring 36 off 20 balls when skipper Northeast perished at the hands of Miles, superbly held by Ian Cockbain at deep mid-wicket for 49, Kent were indebted to Blake, who opened his shoulders to settle the issue in brutal fashion.The turning point came as he smashed a six and 3 fours off the 18th over, sent down by Liam Norwell, to put Kent back in charge.Alex Blake was delighted after blasting Kent to qualification in the NatWest T20 Blast.The batsman smashed 59 from just 24 balls as the South group leaders got the win they needed to book their spot in the last eight with a three-wicket win over Gloucestershire at Cheltenham.
Blake, 26, is averaging 50 in the competition this season and has shone in the role of finisher, having also guided Kent home at Hampshire and Sussex in an impressive campaign.He said: “I seem to be developing a role at the end of our innings and I’m really enjoying it. You have to go hard from ball one and that helps me because it gets me picking my bat up a lot more and swinging.
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Gloucestershire vs Hampshire 105th Match Team Squad Lineups
Gloucestershire Team Squad Lineup
Miles Hammond, Chris Dent, Patrick Grieshaber, Cameron Herring, Benny Howell, Geraint Jones, Hamish Marshall,Kieran Noema-Barnett, David Payne, Adam Rouse, Tom Shrewsbury, William Tavare, Matt Taylor, Ian Cockbain,James Fuller, Tom Hampton, Dan Housego, Michael Klinger, Craig Miles, Liam Norwell, Gareth Roderick, Ian Saxelby, Jack Taylor, Thomas Smith, Peter Handscomb, Robbie Jay Montgomery
Hampshire Team Squad Lineup
Tom Barber, Danny Briggs, Matt Coles, Sean Ervine, Lewis McManus, Sean Terry, James Vince, Chris Wood, Andre Adams, Michael Carberry, Liam Dawson, Joe Gatting, Will Smith, James Tomlinson, Adam Wheater, Yasir Arafat,Gareth Berg, Fidel Edwards, Owais Shah, Jimmy Adams, Jackson Bird, Mason Crane
“We’re over the moon to be through the group with two games still to play and now the aim has to be to clinch a home quarter-final. We can take a lot of confidence into our final group matches and hopefully can win at least one of them.”The powerful left-hander smote four sixes and five fours to see his side to a target of 167 with two balls to spare. Sam Northeast contributed 49 and Joe Denly 31, while Craig Miles claimed three for 27.Gloucestershire had posted 166 for seven after losing the toss, Michael Klinger strengthening his position as the competition’s leading run-maker with 75 from 50 balls, with 7 fours and two sixes. Mitch Claydon was the most successful Kent bowler with three wickets.
Klinger’s runs took his aggregate in the South Group to 653 at an average of 108.83. But, while leaders Kent can now look forward to the knock-out stages, Gloucestershire face elimination.The hosts suffered a setback in the second over of their innings when Hamish Marshall, who had already moved to 11, was forced to retire hurt with a recurrence of a calf injury.Ian Cockbain joined Klinger and the pair took the score to 36 in the fifth over when Cockbain was caught behind off Claydon for 11.Klinger and fellow Australian Peter Handscomb then added 79 in 9.1 overs, Klinger moving to his half-century off 34 balls, with five fours and a six over square leg off Calum Haggett.
Jack Shantry and Saeed Ajmal took the last four Hampshire wickets on the final morning at New Road to give Worcestershire a vital victory.Shantry picked up his third five-wicket haul of the summer while Ajmal, who had been struggling for wickets so far this season, finished with match figures of 8-100.Hampshire remain rooted to the bottom of the Division One table but Worcestershire, who sit in eighth, have now built a 26 point gap over their rivals and are within just a few points of mid-table.Okay, there may be the little matter of day two of the first Ashes Test coming up, but there’s still plenty of County Championship cricket taking place around the country today.In Division One it’s an absolutely crucial final day at New Road between the two bottom sides. Worcestershire need just four Hampshire wickets to seal victory with the visitors requiring another 131 runs just to make Daryl Mitchell’s side bat again.In Division Two the rain affected game at Old Trafford between Lancashire and Essexlooks to be heading for a draw. Essex are currently 139-5 in their first innings, still trailing by 263, but Lancashire would need to take 15 wickets on the final day to force victory.
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