NatWest T20 1st June Match Prediction NatWest T20 Blast Today Predictions, Get 1st June 2016 all match predictions tips who will win today match
It shocks no one that Nottinghamshire will kick-begin the NatWest T20 Blast as top choices once more, as they hope to shrug all the disappointing exhibitions in their past versions to go the distance. Close on their heels will be Surrey, who had won the principal ever version of the Twenty20 Cup in 2003 however from that point forward have runner-up twice and losing semi-finalists on three different events.
Yorkshire have once in a while mounted a lot of a test with regards to this arrangement of the diversion however under the capable stewardship of Jason Gillespie, a great deal is normal out of them particularly given how he drove the Adelaide Strikers in the Big Bash League last season. They are as of now the third top pick.
Tailing them are Hampshire and Somerset who will both hope to better their last year’s exhibitions, while Warwickshire, otherwise called the Birmingham Bears with the end goal of the NatWest T20 Blast come simply behind Yorkshire in that rundown.
NatWest T20 1st June Match Prediction NatWest T20 Blast Today Predictions
- Wednesday June 1 (20 ovs)18:30 local (17:30 GMT )North Group – Durham vs Nottinghamshire (Floodlight)Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
- Wed Jun 1 (20 ovs)18:30 local (17:30 GMTSouth Group – Glamorgan vs Essex (Floodlight)Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
- Wed Jun 1 (20 ovs)18:30 local (17:30 GMT )South Group – Sussex vs Somerset (Floodlight)County Ground, Hove
A year ago, the primary semi-last of the Finals Day will see Northamptonshire tackle Warwickshire at Birmingham, the venue for the Finals Day. Northamptonshire fled to a simple win in their quarter-last against Sussex on account of a splendid showcase of batting by David Willey.
Willey pounded a 41-ball 100 to help Northamptonshire pursue down 166 in only 16 overs, getting his side to 137 from only 11 overs to help them through to a win.
Their rival in that first semi-last will be a group that batted Essex out of the second quarter-last at Edgbaston. Guarding champions Warwickshire were propped up to 189 in their 20 overs, on account generally firecrackers from Luke Evans and Chris Woakes, who were included in a 69-run stand for the fifth wicket.