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Toss Winner - Yorkshire won the toss and chose to bat first
Yorkshire beat Durham by 65 runs
Durham’s battle for survival against confident Yorkshire Vikings
Yorkshire Vikings to win
Tournament: VITALITY T20 BLAST 2022 | Format: T20 | Venue: Chester Boughton Hall CC, Chester, England | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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Durham Cricket faces an uphill task as they play Yorkshire Vikings at home in the next game of the Vitality T20 Blast, 2022. Durham Cricket won the last game against Lancashire Lighting, but it has been a poor season for the side where they have won only three games. The Vikings come here with a big win against the Birmingham Bears, and this would make the side confident.
Yorkshire Vikings have a strong bowling attack with several experienced bowlers on the side. Their openers have also looked in good shape and this adds to the side’s strength. It has been the opposite in the Durham camp as many of their key players have not performed well. As they play at home the side would look to take advantage of the home conditions and improve their position on the points table.
It has not been a good campaign for the side so far where they have won only three games. Injury to skipper Ashton Turner has come as a big blow to the side. Liam Trevaskis who is leading would hope the week-long break helps the side as they take on a strong team here. They are placed 7th on the points table and need to win this game to keep their hopes alive for a berth in the quarterfinal.
Graham Clark and Michael Jones shall need to provide a good start to the side in this game as this has been a problem area for them since the start of the season. Oliver Robinson, David Bedingham, and Ned Eckersley must do well in the middle order as their opponents have a good bowling attack. The side would also expect to see runs from the bats of Ben Raine, Paul Coughlin, and Brydon Carse down the order.
Paul Coughlin and Carse shall have to make good use of the conditions so as not to allow the Yorkshire batsmen to settle in. Liam Trevaskis and Andrew Tye bring a lot of experience to this attack and their performance would be important for the side. Nathan Sowter and Ben Raine had done well in the last game and a similar performance from them would put the side in a strong position.
Liam Trevaskis (c), Graham Clark, Michael Jones, Oliver Robinson (wk), David Bedingham, Ned Eckersley, Ben Raine, Paul Coughlin, Brydon Carse, Nathan Sowter, Andrew Tye
Jonathan Bushnell, Scott Borthwick, Michael Jones, Paul Coughlin, Oliver Robinson, Ned Eckersley, Ashton Turner, Ben Raine, Liam Trevaskis, Nathan Sowter, Graham Clark
It was a thumping win for David Willey’s side in the last game against the Birmingham Bears which they won by 10 wickets. They have looked good this season with four wins and three losses. They are currently sitting at the 4th position on the points table and shall look to move up with a win in this game. Their bowling attack will have an important role to play here as this has been a weak area for the side.
Openers Adam Lyth and Dawid Malan have done well in the tournament and a good start would be expected from them. The side has a strong middle order with Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Harry Brook, and Willey in the side and they would look to score quick runs in this game. Jonathan Tattersall and Matthew Revis shall look to do well down the order for the side to set up a good total.
Willey and Dominic Drakes have enjoyed good form with the ball and the side would like to see a good show from them. Adil Rashid did well in the last game, and this is welcome news for the side as he was struggling with his form. Dom Bess is an experienced bowler and makes this attack strong. They have variety in the attack with Revis and Dominic Leech in the side.
David Willey (c), Adam Lyth, Dawid Malan, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Harry Brook, Jonathan Tattersall (wk), Matthew Revis, Dominic Drakes, Dominic Bess, Adil Rashid, Dominic Leech
Dominic Leech, Matthew Revis, Tom Kohler Cadmore, Dom Bess, Adam Lyth, Finn Allen, Will Fraine, Shadab Khan, Jack Shutt, Harry Brook, Jordan Thompson
Chester is likely to see overcast skies and rains on June 17. It has been a tricky surface so far in the season where fast bowlers have got the ball to move. Batsmen need to play to the merit of the ball to do well at this venue. The side batting first in the game shall be happy to reach a score of 170 runs on this track.
Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street is a small ground with short square boundaries. However, the wicket here is lively and this makes it challenging for the batsmen to play their strokes on the rise. Fast bowlers do well on this track, but it can be a nightmare for the spinners as there is little assistance for them and the shorter boundaries don’t allow them to toss the ball up.
It has been a good surface to chase and in the last three games played here, the sides chasing the score have won the game easily. We haven’t seen big scoring games so far in the season and batting conditions have been challenging. The side winning the toss shall look to take advantage of the wicket by bowling first.
Durham Cricket hasn’t been at its best and the absence of their regular skipper also dents the balance in the side. Their batting line-up hasn’t shown consistency, and this is a big problem for the team. Yorkshire Vikings on the other hand have a good bowling attack. They have good stroke players in the team, and this would make them favorites to win this game.
Yorkshire Vikings to win
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