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Kent vs Lancashire, Royal London One-Day Cup, Today Match Prediction 17 September 2022

Trent Bridge, Nottingham, England

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Battle of nerves between Kent and Lancashire for the title  

  • Lancashire’s openers Keaton Jennings and Luke Wells have made close to 650 runs in the season
  • Kent’s bowlers have struggled in the tournament, and this would be a problem against Lancashire’s batsmen
  • Lancashire have depth in their batting line-up with good hitters of the ball in Harry Finch and Darren Stevens

Lancashire to win

Tournament: Royal London One-Day Cup | Format: ONE-DAY | Venue: Trent Bridge, Nottingham, England | Toss: To Bat

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Kent is up against Lancashire in what promises to be an exciting contest. It is the big final in the Royal London One-Day Cup, 2022. Kent defeated Hampshire in the semifinal to earn a berth in this game, while Lancashire had an easy outing against Sussex in their last game. The two teams had met earlier in the tournament, where Kent won in a tightly fought contest.  

Lancashire has their batsmen in good form, which will make the side confident. Most of the players in the team have a lot of experience, which can be decisive in this game. After a long gap, both sides will appear in the final of this competition. There is little to choose between them, and we will have a good game in the title decider.  

Kent Preview

Joe Denly would feel confident with his side’s performance. They had started poorly in the season but have gained momentum since. It was a confident performance from the team in the semifinals as they defeated Hampshire by 3 wickets. They had defeated Lancashire earlier in the season, which would make them confident in the title decider.  

Ben Compton and Joey Evinson missed out in the last game, and a good start would be needed from them in the final. Oliver Robinson looks in great form and strengthens the middle order with Denly and Harry Finch. Darren Stevens’ match-winning knock in the last game would make the side confident, and he must play well down the order with Grant Stewart.  

Grant Stewert and Nathan Gilchrist must bowl good lines with the new ball as Lancashire have a strong batting line-up. Hamidullah Qadri, Alex Blake, and Denly make it a strong bowling attack. Darren Stevens and Harry Podmore have done well, and the side would need a good effort from them in the middle overs. 

Kent Predicted Playing XI:

Joe Denly (c), Joey Evison, Ben Compton, Oliver Robinson (wk), Alex Blake, Darren Stevens, Grant Stewart, Harry Finch, Harry Podmore, Hamidullah Qadri, Nathan Gilchrist

Lancashire Preview

Keaton Jennings’ side made a confident entry into the final. They defeated Group A table-toppers Sussex in a dominating performance by 65 runs. The fact that it came against one of the best sides shall make them confident. It will be a high-pressure contest, and Jennings would like his players to be at their best in this game.  

Keaton Jennings and Luke Wells have made runs this season and would look to provide a good start in this game. Dane Vilas played a brilliant knock in the last game, making him confident. He must add runs in the middle order with Josh Bohannon and Steven Croft. George Lavelle, George Balderson, and Danny Lamb add to the side.  

Their bowling attack has done well in this tournament. The side would like to see a good show from Will Williams and Tom Bailey in this game. Liam Hurt and Danny Lamb bowled brilliantly in the last match and shall carry this confidence forward. Balderson and Luke Wells complete a good bowling attack for the side. 

Lancashire Predicted Playing XI:

Keaton Jennings (c), Luke Wells, Josh Bohannon, Steven Croft, Dane Vilas, Liam Hurt, George Balderson, George Lavelle (wk), Danny Lamb, Will Williams, Tom Bailey

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Weather Conditions

It is expected to clear skies over Nottingham on September 17, and the pitch is expected to be fine for batting. Over the last few years, massive scores have been put up at this venue and we hope to see another run feast. The team batting first would have to eye a total of more than 300 runs to win this game.

Venue Details

Trent Bridge, Nottingham, has changed its character in recent years. It was once a bowler’s paradise, but batsmen have had the upper hand in recent years. Hard-hitting batsmen have done well here as it is easy to hit through the line. The spinners have been doing well on this ground, but fast bowlers tend to struggle.

Toss: To Bat

In recent games played here, we have seen sides win batting first. The wicket is excellent to bat on early in the game and slows down as the game progresses. It will be a high-pressure contest, and both captains would prefer to have a big score on the board. The side winning the toss would bat first.

Kent would feel confident heading into this game. In the last few games, most of their players have done well. However, there are still a few concerns with the form of the bowlers. They must bowl well as they play a powerful batting line-up. Lancashire has big match players, and the side is experienced. In a tight game, this might make the difference and hence they start favorites to win the title.

Lancashire to win


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