Today Match Prediction Nottinghamshire vs Worcestershire, Today Natwest T20 Blast 2016 Match Between Nottinghamshire vs Worcestershire 9th July 2016
Glamorgan underlined their dominance of the short-frame amusement in the rustic surroundings of Old Deer Park by whipping Middlesex to secure a seventh win in eight finished NatWest T20 Blast matches.
Glamorgan were on course for triumph inside eight overs as Middlesex were lessened to 39 for 5. Eoin Morgan and Ryan Higgins both made fifties however 144 for 8 never looked enough and Glamorgan knocked off the keeps running for the loss of one wicket with 21 balls to save.
Mark Wallace drove the path with 69 not out, David Lloyd contributing 49 in a 125-run opening association and Colin Ingram completed things decidedly with three progressive sixes off Ollie Rayner.
Two wins from their staying five South gathering matches ought to now secure Glamorgan a spot in the last eight yet Middlesex have work to do to go along with them.
Middlesex head Division One of the Specsavers County Championship while Glamorgan are base of Division Two, yet the difficulties of T20 cricket are altogether different to the four-day design and the guests soon indicated why they went into the tie four focuses clear of their hosts.
Today Match Prediction Nottinghamshire vs Worcestershire
Shaun Tait is currently 33 years of age’s, however the Australian is still fit for hustling batsmen. His first ball thumped over Dawid Malan’s stumps and his 6th was edged by Paul Stirling to wicketkeeper Wallace. MIddlesex’s endeavors to revamp were stopped by three wickets in eight balls, two to Timm van der Guyten.
That left Middlesex 39 for 5 in the ninth over and in threat of being released before the after-work swarm had even arrived. Eoin Morgan, straight from driving England to triumph over Sri Lanka this week, shunned his standard assaulting diversion to revamp with tenderfoot Higgins.
Beside slapping van der Guyten over mid-off in the tenth over, and an opposite compass off Dean Cosker in the twelfth, Morgan continued mindfully. With five overs and a ball remaining Middlesex were 76-5. Morgan flagged the charge, clubbing Graeme Wagg over mid-wicket for six. The following over went for 19, the first of the innings to procure twofold figures.
At the point when Morgan was gotten by Aneurin Donald for 58 Higgins, who had made 27 for thrice out beforehand this season, all in T20, took up the mantle. Wagg’s next over went for 20 as the Zimbabwean-conceived bat achieved the initial 50 of his profession completing unbeaten on 57 from 41 balls.