Leicestershire vs Durham Prediction Report NatWest Blast T20 2016 Match Preview Who Will Win on Saturday 04 June 2016 Grace Road, Leicester. Leicestershire vs Durham today toss prediction, where to watch live match on Sky Sports.
Leicestershire and Durham will meet each other in the match of NatWest Blast T20 2016 on Saturday. This match will live broadcast on Sky Sports as match starts at 17:30 local (16:30 GMT) live from Grace Road, Leicester.
Leicestershire vs Durham Prediction NatWest Blast T20 Who will win
Leicestershire is in weak positions because of losing 2 matches out of 3. They have lost 2 matches one against Northamtonshire and other against Derbyshire. They have only two points out of 6 and they are on number 6 in their North group with +0.505 points. In the last match against Derbyshire their batting was not going well. NJ Dexter made only 34 runs on 33 balls with strike rate of 103. BA Raine scored only 20 runs on 21 balls. All the other batsmen did not even touch the number of 20. So the total score was 120 which other team achieved in 18.3 overs only. In this match they have not enough chances to win this game.
Durham has 4 points which it has collected from 2 wins out of 4 matches. So they are also facing problems in their performance but they are not in so much trouble. They have played their last match against Warwickshire and lost this match badly. When we talk about their bating line-up in the last match only two players performed well. PD Collingwood scored 40 runs in only 28 balls and his strike rate was 142.85 which is awesome. RD Pringle made 33 runs while using 18 balls and his strike rate was 183.33 which is outstanding. Durham made total 154 runs but the other team chased it easily in 17.4 overs only so it shows their poor bowling in this match. In upcoming match the position of Durham is better than Leicestershire.
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