Warwickshire vs Leicestershire Vitality T20 Blast Today Match Prediction and detailed analysis. Learn Who Will Win, Pitch & Stadium Stats, Playing XI Squad and more.
Cricket fans can expect some real entertainment because it is Warwickshire vs Leicestershire Vitality t20 Blast match today. It will be an interesting match between both the North Group teams, as both have got strengths parallel to each other.
Warwickshire vs Leicestershire Vitality T20 Blast Today Match on July 21
Warwickshire and Leicestershire are all-prepared to face each other today at Vitality t20 Blast Match on Sunday, July 21st. The match will be played at the famous Edgbaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham.
Both the teams have got an amazing batting and bowling line up. While Warwickshire has the dangerous Tim Ambrose, Ian Bell, Matthew Lamb, and Henry Brookes… Leicestershire has got the talented Colin Ackermann, Aadil Ali, Chris Wright, and Neil Dexter.
With the pitch being a batting paradise, it will be a real test for the batsmen of both teams, and we will get to see which batsman plays smartly and takes full advantage of this pitch. Fans can expect some high scores on the board!
Pitch & Stadium Stats
The Edgbaston Cricket Ground offers an advantage to the batsman. The fine green pitch makes the bowl easily come on the bat. Bowlers have to show some real struggle to get wickets. Pace, Seam and Bounce – may suit the bowlers here. Spin-bowling is a big NO on this pitch!
Warwickshire vs Leicestershire Vitality T20 Blast Match Prediction Report: Who Will Win?
After a detailed analysis of both the teams, we can say that Warwickshire has higher chances of winning this Vitality t20 Blast Match against Leicestershire.
Although both the teams have got amazing players, what gives Warwickshire an edge is the number of experienced players it has got, like Ashton Agar, Jeetan Patel, and Ian Bell – all who have brilliant expertise in this game.
Warwickshire Playing XI Squad:
Ashton Agar, Jeetan Patel(c), Tim Ambrose(w), Liam Banks, Ian Bell, Henry Brookes, Sam Hain, Oliver Hannon-Dalby, Adam Hose, Matthew Lamb, Alex Mellor, Craig Miles, Liam Norwell, George Panayi, Ed Pollock, Will Rhodes, Dominic Sibley, Ryan Sidebottom, Olly Stone, Alex Thomson, Robert Yates
Leicestershire Playing XI Squad:
Harry Dearden, Neil Dexter, Arron Lilley, Colin Ackermann(c), Lewis Hill(w), Aadil Ali, Ben Mike, Dieter Klein, Callum Parkinson, Gavin Griffiths, Chris Wright