Surrey vs Hampshire NatWest T20 Blast today prediction report Match Preview Who Will Win on Thursday June 9, 2016. Surrey vs Hampshire today toss prediction, where to watch live match on Sky Sports.
Surrey vs Hampshire will face each other in the match of NatWest T20 Blast 2016 on Thursday. This match will live broadcast on Sky Sports as match starts at 18:30 local (17:30 GMT), live from Kennington Oval, London
Surrey vs Hampshire prediction NatWest T20 Blast who will win
Surrey is performing well so far in this series. They have won 2 matches out of three and they have 4 points. Their Net Run Rate is -0.608 which is not impressive but still their point scoring can be encouraged that they have defeated 2 teams in last three games. They won their last match by 23 runs against Sussex. Surrey played an innings of 205 runs including a century by JJ Roy. He made total 109 runs while playing only 67 balls. His strike rate was 162.68 which is very impressive. Making 109 runs with such a good run rate helps a team to ensure that they will reach a good total. He put a great pressure on the other team by playing such an outstanding innings. KC Sangakkara played an innings of 54 runs. He faced only 31 balls. He hit 7 total boundaries with 6 fours and 1 six. Their bowling side was also good but GJ Batty bowled two overs and he gave 28 runs with an average of 14 runs which is a huge run rate. ZS Ansari bowled 3 overs, got two wickets and gave 35 runs with an average of 11.66. But the other bowlers performed well and restricted the score of their opponents.
who will win the 2016 NatWest t20 blast
Hampshire is in weak position here by winning only one game out of three in this series. Its Net Run Rate is -1.587 which is below Surrey’s Run Rate. When we see its position in South Group it is on the last number which is very disappointing for its fans. So they are expecting that Hampshire will win the next game against Surrey but it all depends on the performance of the team how they will play in the next match. They played their 2nd last match against Glamorgan and they last it by 5 wickets. Glamorgan played very well and they chased the target in only 16.1 overs by losing only 5 wickets. Definitely Hampshire is under pressure and they would have fewer chances to win against a team which has already won two matches out of three.
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