Leicestershire vs Warwickshire Astrology, Toss Prediction 100% True – Natwest t20 Blast 2015

Hey Guys You Can See Leicestershire vs Warwickshire Astrology, Toss Prediction 100% True – Natwest t20 Blast 2015:- Leicestershire takes on Warwickshire in their NatWest T20 Blast 2015 game this Saturday as the fight for the top spot heats up. The Leicestershire v Warwickshire betting tips follow at the end of this preview.

 Leicestershire vs Warwickshire Team News

Both Leicestershire and Warwickshire will be playing a game apiece on Friday before squaring off in this encounter on Saturday. For now Warwickshire are the number one side in the North Group of the T20 Blast but things can change on Friday, especially given that both Leicestershire and Worcestershire are just two points behind the defending champions.

Interestingly, it was Leicestershire who had managed to break Warwickshire’s four-match winning streak earlier in the competition, when they chased down a target of 161 because of an Umar Akmal half-century. Mark Cosgrove and Niall O’Brien chipped in with quick 40s as well in that game, after James Sykes had picked up a spell of 1/22 from his four.

Since then, they have beaten Yorkshire and Lancashire to push up to 12 points from eight games and another couple of wins off their remaining six games is all that Warwickshire need to make the quarter-finals.

Grant Elliot (Leicestershire):Leicestershire need a lot more from the Kiwi all-rounder with both, the bat and the ball. He has scored just 108 runs in five games at a strike-rate of 107 and picked up one wicket and conceded almost 10 an over. Elliot will be looking to change things around here.

Brendon McCullum (Warwickshire):He’s just one game into the competition but the pressure is already on him to get a move on. For a batsman who has scores at a fair clip at the top of the order, what the Birmingham Bears will also want is for him to bat long into the innings. That’s not in his DNA and it will be interesting to see if he looks to alter that approach.

Leicestershire vs Warwickshire Astrology, Toss Prediction 100% True – Natwest t20 Blast 2015

The presence of Brendon McCullum at the top of the order adds a lot of aggression to their batting, but the Kiwi captain needs to find some form quickly. Cameos are good at times but there have to be one or two longer ones too.On the other hand, Leicestershire are coming off a thrilling encounter against Yorkshire that ended in a tie. It was a jail-break for Leicestershire as Yorkshire failed to score five from the last over and just one from one. Ben Raine finished with figures of 3/23 from his four overs including that superb final which cost him just four.

Leicestershire vs Warwickshire Toss Prediction

Warwickshire Will Win The Toss Choose To Field First.

Leicestershire vs Warwickshire Who Will Win

Leicestershire Will Win The Match.

Leicestershire vs Warwickshire Match Date, Start Time & Venue Information Detail


Date: Sat, Jul 04, 2015
Match Start Time: GMT13:30, 1st Time 7:00 PM, Your Time 19:00
Venue: Grace Road, Leicester

Leicestershire vs Warwickshire Team Squad Lineups:-

Leicestershire Team Squad Lineup

Mark Cosgrove, Matthew Boyce, Ollie Freckingham, Jigar Naik, Angus Robson, James Sykes, Tom Wells, Alex Wyatt, Ned Eckersley, Clint McKay, Niall O’Brien, Charlie Shreck, Rob Taylor, Robbie Williams, Dan Redfern, Neil Pinner, Ben Raine, Atif Sheikh, Lewis Hill, Umar Akmal, Grant Elliott, Kevin O’Brien, Andrea Agathangelou, Rob Sayer

Warwickshire Team Squad Lineup

Varun Chopra, Tim Ambrose, Ian Bell, Freddie Coleman, Recordo Gordon, Oliver Hannon-Dalby, Richard Jones,Jeetan Patel, Peter McKay, Boyd Rankin, Jonathon Webb, Chris Woakes, Keith Barker, Paul Best, Rikki Clarke,Laurie Evans, Sam Hain, Ateeq Javid, Tom Lewis, Tom Milnes, William Porterfield, Jonathan Trott, Ian Westwood,Chris Wright, Brendon McCullum, Josh Poysden

Leicestershire vs Warwickshire Match Preview Betting tips

Brendon McCullum scored 158 not out, the highest total in English Twenty20 history, as Birmingham Bears crushed Derbyshire in the NatWest T20 Blast.New Zealand’s captain, McCullum, clubbed 13 fours and 11 sixes in a thrilling 64-ball knock at Edgbaston, to lead the North Division leaders to 242 for two.McCullum also scored an unbeaten 158 for Kolkata Knight Riders on the first day of the Indian Premier League in 2008, with his two centuries occupying joint second on the all-time T20 list behind Chris Gayle’s unbeaten 175.


Derbyshire managed 182 all out for a 60-run defeat, with four wickets for Josh Poysden.Warwickshire’s director of cricket, Dougie Brown, said after the match: “Brendon McCullum’s innings was brutal, it was measured and it was world-class.It was everything we knew we were getting when we signed him for seven games. He is a world-class player.It was a brilliant innings but everything about him is impressive. The way he has straight away become part of the team and the club. He is a class act, on and off the field. You could see that, the way he was signing all those autographs.


The Red Rose eclipsed the White Rose at a sold-out Old Trafford, with Lancashireseeing off Yorkshire by 29 runs.Ashwell Prince and Karl Brown hit swift half-centuries in a total of 231 for four, while 51 from the recalled Tim Bresnan could take the Vikings to only 202 all out. The spinners Stephen Parry and Arron Lilley shared six wickets for the hosts.Kent replaced Sussex at the top of the South Division courtesy of a seven-wicket triumph at Hove. The hosts made an under-par 136, which was reeled in by a 91-run stand between Sam Billings (39 not out) and Alex Blake (52 not out).



Surrey eased to an eight-wicket victory over Middlesex at the Kia Oval, skittling the visitors for 105. Dawid Malan made 40 of those, a score matched by Kumar Sangakkara as the Brown Caps reached their target two down with 32 balls remaining.Gloucestershire chased down Somerset’s 174 for six for an eight-wicket success at Taunton. New Zealand’s Luke Ronchi hit five sixes in his 49 but he was outdone by his compatriot Hamish Marshall, who smashed 93 in only 53 deliveries forGloucestershire, while Michael Klinger weighed in with 58.The arrival of the former England coach Peter Moores as coaching consultant could not lift Nottinghamshire as Worcestershire claimed a 20-run victory at Trent Bridge. Tom Kohler-Cadmore’s 75 was the top score of the day, as the Outlaws stuttered to 153 for nine in response to the Pears’ 173 all out.


Durham’s captain, Mark Stoneman, kept his good form going against Leicestershire at The Riverside, batting through for an unbeaten 89 in a total of 163 for five. The Foxes went down by 38 runs, John Hastings and Usman Arshad turning in combined figures of six for 28.Glamorgan upset Hampshire by 23 runs at the Aegeas Bowl, turning Jacques Rudolph’s 77 into a match-winning effort. They posted 181 for seven and restricted the hosts to 158 for six, Michael Carberry managing 70 in vain.

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