Worcestershire vs Yorkshire NatWest T20 Blast today prediction report Match Preview Who Will Win on Thursday June 2, 2016. Worcestershire vs Yorkshire today toss prediction, where to watch live match on Sky Sports.
Worcestershire vs Yorkshire 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 17:30 local (16:30 GMT), live from New Road, Worcester
Worcestershire vs Yorkshire today match prediction NatWest T20 Blast
Worcestershire looks strong in this upcoming match because it is entering in this game having two previous wins which are a great edge to them. Their batting line-up is good and they can chase a huge score or can give a good target to chase to its opponent. In last 2 matches AN Kervezee, BL D Oliveira and T Kohler Cadmore were in good form and their strike rate was also above 100. The bowling line up of Worcestershire is also reasonable and they can restrict the runs. So there are more chances of Worcestershire to win this match in my opinion.
Yorkshire will play this game in pressure as they have lost their first match against Leicestershire by a big score of 54 runs. When we talk about their batting line-up, in last match only WMH Rhodes made 45 runs and all others could not touch even the number of 20. Although their bowlers tried hard to restrict the score and they gave only 174 runs in all 20 overs. This defeat will definitely affect their upcoming game against Worcestershire. If they have overcome on their problems and have learnt something from previous defeat then there are chances that they can win this game. But till now they have less chances to win.
Worcestershire vs Yorkshire Head To Head
Daryl Mitchell, Brett D’Oliveira, Nick Harrison, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Chris Russell, Moeen Ali, Ed Barnard, Ben Cox, Alexei Kervezee, Joe Leach, Jack Shantry, Ross Whiteley, Matt Henry, Thomas Charles Fell, Joe Clarke, Mitchell Santner
Andrew Gale, Tim Bresnan, Karl Carver, Matthew Fisher, Andy Hodd, Alex Lees, Adam Lyth, David Willey, Steven Patterson, Will Rhodes, James Wainman, Gary Ballance, Jack Brooks, Ben Coad, Ryan Gibson, Jack Leaning, Matthew Waite, Johnny Read, Jonny Bairstow, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid, Ryan Sidebottom, Joe Root