Glamorgan vs Essex prediction report Match Preview Who Will Win on Wednesday June 1, 2016. Glamorgan vs Essex today toss prediction, where to watch live match on Sky Sports.
Glamorgan vs Essex will face each other in the match of NatWest T20 Blast 2016 on Wednesday. This match will live broadcast on Sky Sports as match starts at 18:00 local (17:30 GMT), live from County Ground, Hove
Glamorgan vs Essex Preview:
Glamorgan team will be more confident as they have won their first match. They have an advantage of their first win and definitely it will boost their spirit and they will be more effective in this upcoming match.
Essex is entering in this match with a previous defeat which is not a good thing. It will be very difficult for them to play with least pressure as they have already lost their previous match. They tried hard to win the match but they could not do it.
Match prediction Report:
Glamorgan has good batting line-up as well as their bowling is also well. Their players look in good form and their spirits are high with previous win. They have some best players like Rudholph, Ingram and Gughten who can help their team in winning this second match of NatWest T20 Blast 2016.
Essex is here in weak position by their bowling as well as batting line-up and they have an extra pressure of last match which they already have lost. They also have some best players like Bopara, Ryder, Wahab Riaz So if they have learnt from their mistakes and perform well in this match then surely they can make this game interesting otherwise they will end up with another lose. So it all depends on their confidence and strategy which they apply in this new match.
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