Kent vs Hampshire NatWest T20 Blast today prediction report Match Preview Who Will Win on Wednesday June 8, 2016. Kent vs Hampshire today toss prediction, where to watch live match on Sky Sports.
Kent vs Hampshire 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 18:30 local (17:30 GMT), live from St Lawrence Ground,
Kent vs Hampshire prediction NatWest T20 Blast who will win
Kent has been played three matches and has won only 2 of them so its performance is not impressive. Its current Net Run Rate is +0.155. It has been lost its previous match against Gloucestershire by 7 wickets. Kent gave the target of only 144 runs to the winning team which it chased in 19.2 overs on the loss of 3 wickets. From the side of Kent only three players DJ Bell-Drummond, SA Northeast and AJ Blake played a little bit long innings but not enough long that could help their team to reach a good total. When we talk about their bowling that was not in form and they could get only 3 wickets in all these 19.2 overs. DA Griffiths run rate per over was 11.33 so he gave 34 runs while bowling only 3 overs.
But as compare to Hampshire Kent has more chances to win this game.
Hampshire has won 1 one match of three in this NatWest T20 Blast series 2016 and its Net Run Rate is -1.587 which is very discouraging. This team is on last number in his group according its performance. Its last match was against Glamorgan and Glamorgan won this match by 5 wickets. So overall performance of this team is not good which has badly damaged its confidence. It would be very difficult for Hampshire to win this upcoming match against Kent because Kent has definitely a better position and Net Run Rate than Hampshire. So Kent has more chances to win.
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