Nottinghamshire vs Essex today match Prediction Report, 1st Quarter final, ball by ball score, and toss prediction news, who will win this upcoming match which is being played on 8 August, 2016. On Cricfrog.com you will find today toss prediction; watch this match on BBC Sports.
Nottinghamshire vs Essex will meet each other on Monday 8th August, 2016. These are the teams of both South Group and North Group of NatWest T20 Blast 2016. The venue for this match is Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
NatWest T20 1st Quarter Final Today Match Prediction Preview
This is the 1st Quarter Final of NatWest T20 Blast 2016 and the teams are Nottinghamshire vs Essex. Essex is the team from South Group and Nottinghamshire belongs to North Group of NatWest T20 Blast. Nottinghamshire is the top team in North Group with 20 points from all group matches. They have played total 14 matches and stood winner in 8 of them while there were 4 matches which were ended with no results. They are a very strong team and all of their players in good form and they are producing outstanding results. On the other side Essex is an above average team in South Group with 15 points. They have also played 14 matches, won 7 of them while one match had no result so they have total 15 points from all of their group matches. Their bowling and batting lineup is also in from and they will be a tough competition of their opponents.
NatWest T20 1st Quarter Final Today Match Prediction Tips
Nottinghamshire will win the toss chose to field first and win the match. As Nottinghamshire is the top team from Nottinghamshire and their bowling and batting lineup has performed very well in the group matches so they will be the possible winner in this match. They have better players than Essex including batsmen and bowlers.
Chris Read(c), Stuart Broad, Jackson Bird, Harry Gurney, Michael Lumb, Samit Patel, Sam Wood, Riki Wessels, Brendan Taylor, Greg Smith, Steven Mullaney, Sam Kelsall, Brett Hutton, Alex Hales, Will Gidman, Luke Fletcher, Jake Ball, Jake Libby, Daniel Christian, Andre Russell, Imran Tahir
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