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- 2 Kent vs Somerset Astrology, Toss Prediction 100% True – Natwest t20 Blast 2015
- 3 Kent vs Somerset Toss Prediction
- 4 Kent vs Somerset Who Will Win
- 5 Kent vs Somerset Match Date, Start Time & Venue Information Detail
- 6 Kent vs Somerset 100th Match Team Squad Lineups:-
- 7 Kent Team Squad Lineup
- 8 Somerset Team Squad Lineup
- 9 Kent vs Somerset 100th Match Team News
Hey Guys You Can See Kent vs Somerset Astrology, Toss Prediction 100% True – Natwest t20 Blast 2015:We Are Providing Kent vs Somerset 100th Astrology, Toss Prediction And Preview Betting tips. You Can Get Kent vs Somerset 100th Match Team News Matthew Maynard has challenged Somerset’s players to win all four of their remaining T20 Blast South Group games, starting against leaders Kent at Canterbury this evening.Somerset go into the game just one place off the bottom of the table, but are only three points behind fourth-placed Glamorgan with a game in hand.With eight teams vying for a top four finish, Maynard admits there is no room for any more slip-ups if his team are to reach the quarter-finals.He said: “We must aim to win all four group matches and see where that takes us. Every one is as important as the others now.
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Maynard believes the key to success now lies in Somerset improving their form in the power plays.If we can get out of the first six overs with bat and ball in decent shape we tend to go on and play very well,” he said.We have been conceding too many runs in the power play and losing too many wickets in the early overs of our innings.That has been putting us behind the eight ball and is something we have to think about and put right for Friday night.”Craig Overton (pictured) suffered concussion when struck on the helmet by a short ball from Matt Hobden during the drawn County Championship game with Sussex at Taunton and is unlikely to face Kent.
Maynard said: “Craig’s injury will be reassessed over the next few days. While there is no hard an fast rule about concussion in county cricket, we will be following the protocol used in rugby.”That means Somerset could well be unchanged from the side beaten by arch-rivals Gloucestershire at Taunton last Friday night.However, there may be changes to the batting order. Overseas signing Luke Ronchi blasted five sixes in that game, coming in as low as number six.Tom Cooper, left out of the Championship against Sussex, will be in the squad to face Kent after the confidence boost of scoring a century in a second XI fixture.Maynard said: “It was great to see Tom respond with a hundred because we need competition for places in the batting department.
Kent have been going really well in T20 this season, so it goes without saying that we face a tough match.But it is one we know we have to win and hopefully that will inspire a good performance.”Kent boast seven wins from their ten matches – including their dramatic three-run win in the corresponding fixture in Taunton on May 31 – and hold a one-point lead with a game in hand over the chasing pack.Captain Sam Northeast’s top-order batting team-mate, Daniel Bell-Drummond – who went to school near Taunton at the cricketing production line that is Millfield School – is looking forward to the clash. “I feel I’ve improved quite a bit in T20,” said the former England Under-19 batsman. “I’m getting the mode of it better having spoken to Keysy [Rob Key] about the tactics.Kent have a doubt over young strike bowler Ivan Thomas, who picked up a side-strain niggle in this week’s Championship win at Grace Road, while David Griffiths will miss the rest of the season after undergoing back surgery.
Kent vs Somerset Astrology, Toss Prediction 100% True – Natwest t20 Blast 2015
South group leaders Kent Spitfires will be looking to place one foot into the NatWest T20 Blast quarter finals by completing a 2015 double over Somerset in Canterbury on Friday night.With seven wins from their 10 starts to date – including their dramatic three-run win in the corresponding fixture in Taunton on May 31 – Spitfires hold a one point lead with a game in hand over the chasing pack.The hosts go in to the clash at St Lawrence knowing they have beaten their opponents the last three times the teams have met – with Kent taking to the crease first on each occasion.
Top-order batsman Daniel Bell-Drummond is looking forward to the clash.I feel I’ve improved quite a bit in T20,” said the former England Under-19 batsman. “I’m getting the mode of it better having spoken to Keysy about the tactics.A little like me, Keysy wasn’t one for smashing it out of the park, but he found a way in this format to score runs consistently by using the pace of the bowler to deflect and shape the ball into his scoring areas. For me, he was the ideal player to chat with, and he’s helped develop my game plans.
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Kent vs Somerset 100th Match Team Squad Lineups:-
Kent Team Squad Lineup
Robert Key, Adam Ball, Sam Billings, Mitchell Claydon, Joe Denly, Calum Haggett, Charlie Hartley, Brendan Nash,Darren Stevens, James Tredwell, Sam Northeast, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Alex Blake, Fabian Cowdrey, David Griffiths, Ben Harmison, Matt Hunn, Adam Riley, Ivan Thomas, Matt Coles, Ryan Davies
Somerset Team Squad Lineup
Marcus Trescothick, Tom Abell, Alex Barrow, Adam Dibble, Lewis Gregory, James Hildreth, Jack Leach, Craig Overton, James Regan, Alfonso Thomas, Max Waller, Abdur Rehman, Jim Allenby, Tom Cooper, George Dockrell,Tim Groenewald, Johann Myburgh, Jamie Overton, Sohail Tanvir, Peter Trego, Chris Gayle, Michael Bates, Luke Ronchi
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Bell-Drummond, the first English batsman to plunder a century from the touring Australians during their Ashes warm-up tour last month – he cantered to a 92-ball ton in last month’s four-day friendly in Canterbury – added: “Hopefully I can continue my run of form, but anything can happen in T20.The team has been going well in the format with Northeast as the stand out batter in the country, so we’ve been posting big scores and proved a force to be reckoned with.”Kent have a doubt over young strike bowler Ivan Thomas, who picked up a side-strain niggle in this week’s LV= Championship win at Grace Road, while David Griffiths will miss the remainder of the season having undergone back surgery.
CRAIG Overton looks set to sit out Somerset’s NatWest T20 Blast clash at Kent tomorrow – and their Championship match at Middlesex – as the club take the proper precautions over his head injury.The 21-year-old was hit on the head by Matt Hobden while 51 not out during his unbeaten knock of 53 in Somerset’s first innings against Sussex this week.Although he returned to bowl seven overs later on day three, he did not bowl or field on the final day, as Pete Trego and Lewis Gregory eventually steered Somerset to a draw.Overton is yet to feature for Somerset in this season’s T20 Blast, as Somerset look to keep him focused on red-ball cricket – but he had been due to travel to Canterbury as part of the squad for tomorrow’s game.Director of cricket Matt Maynard said: “Craig was showing signs of a little bit of weariness, which can be a sign of concussion.
So he is going to take it easy this week. He is coming in to see the Second XI physio early next week, and we will follow the concussion protocols, so hopefully he is then 100 per cent and can rejoin us next weekend.”After back-to-back home defeats against Glamorgan and Gloucestershire, Somerset have slipped to eighth of the nine teams in the South Group of the T20 Blast.They are three points behind fourth-placed Glamorgan, with four group matches to go, and Maynard acknowledged the need to win tomorrow evening to remain in contention.I think that, following those two losses, we know we need to up our performances in the two power-plays,” said Maynard.
“When we have done that, we have gone on to do well in matches, so that’s a big concern ahead of Friday evening. The aim, of course, is to come away with the result, and then worry the next game.We must aim to win all four group matches and see where that takes us. Every one is as important as the others now.Tom Cooper is back with the Somerset squad, having missed the Championship game against Sussex to play for the Second XI.The Australian is averaging 17.66 from 15 innings in the Championship – but only Chris Gayle and Jim Allenby have scored more runs than him for Somerset in the T20 Blast this season.
He scored 117 for Somerset Second XI against MCC Young Cricketers this week – and Maynard said: “You can only score runs against who you play against – and he was the only centurion in the match, which I think says something about his quality.He will play one more game for the Second XI next week and hopefully get more runs, so the batsmen are aware that someone is putting pressure on them.Somerset will look to temporary overseas signing Luke Ronchi to provide some firepower again tomorrow evening, after he scored 49 from 23 balls in last week’s eight-wicket defeat against Gloucestershire.It was nice to score some runs last Friday, but you always want to do better,” he said. “Unfortunately, we didn’t win, but it was nice to get a few runs and return some of the faith that has been shown in me.
If we can win our four remaining games then we can easily qualify. We have just got to play some good positive cricket and hopefully we will get the results we want and get into the next stages.”After tomorrow’s game, Somerset begin a four-day match against Middlesex at Merchant Taylors’ School in Northwood on Saturday.
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