Hope it had been a great day for you since you have finally left for your workplace after having done with all your leisure time during the weekdays! Well, never mind, I am too much excited to catch hold of the match tonight and I hope that you are equally taking it up as me!
Well, before we drive into team selection, let us have a look at the squads and the predicted 11s from either of the teams. Apart from that, we would then move onto checking out the match details.
The DUR vs WAR English T20 Blast 2019 North Group match is supposed to be conducted in the Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street on August 27, 2019. If you are seeking for ways to catch up with the match, you can choose to catch up with the Live at 11 PM IST.
The DUR vs WAR match is going to be an interesting one this time and both the teams have got a huge responsibility to settle down this time before the audience in order to prove their potential. Both the teams have got a record of losing their former matches and it is high time that they are able to represent their comebacks. Previously, Durham has surrendered to the Yorkshire Diamonds while the Warwickshire Bears lost it to the Northants Steelbacks. Well, that won’t be a matter of concern as of now since both of the teams have had their own combination of players.
DUR vs WAS Predicted 11
Durham: Alex Lees, Graham Clark, D’Arcy Short, Ben Raine, Peter Handscomb, Stuart Poynter, Scott Steel, Nathan Rimmington, Liam Trevaskis, Matty Potts, Brydon Carse
Warwickshire: Michael Burgess, Dominic Sibley, Alex Thomson, Fidel Edwards, Jeetan Patel, Sam Hain, Adam Hose, Chris Green, Oliver Hannon-Dalby, Will Rhodes, Henry Brookes.
Durham (From): D Arcy Short, Scott Steel, Harry Adair, Peter Handscomb(w/c), Gareth Harte, Graham Clark, Brydon Carse, Ben Raine, Liam Trevaskis, Alex Lees, Stuart Poynter, Nathan Rimmington, Matty Potts, Boyd Rankin, Jack Burnham, Daryn Smit, Chris Rushworth, Matthew Critchley, Logan van Beek, Mitchell Claydon
Warwickshire (From): Matthew Lamb, Will Rhodes, Dominic Sibley, Sam Hain, Adam Hose, Michael Burgess(w), Chris Green, Alex Thomson, Henry Brookes, Jeetan Patel(c), Oliver Hannon-Dalby, Tim Ambrose, Robert Yates, Fidel Edwards.
On a concluding note, I would wish “good luck” to both the teams. Happy winning!