Hampshire vs Essex: The clash of the 2nd and 3rd team of the table. Hampshire is currently standing 2nd in the table and they will have to perform their best to win against the 3rd team in the table Essex. Both teams have 5 wins in their name and the team who wins this match will clearly be an advantage in the table. Essex has lost only 1 game in the series till now and the difference between Hampshire and Essex is only of just 1 point. Essex will be entering the match with an unbeaten streak of 4 matches. The match between the teams will be electrifying.
The Test between Hampshire vs Essex will take place on July 25th, 2023 at Rose Bowl Cricket Ground.
Match Details to Note
Match: Hampshire vs Essex County Championship
Date: July 25, 2023 (Tuesday)
Time: 03:30 PM IST
Venue: Rose Bowl Cricket Ground.
In the last match, Hampshire dominated Nottinghamshire and defeated them by 116 runs. Hampshire opened the batting and could only score 166 runs in the first innings. Nick Gubbins scored 49 runs and a crucial role in the scoring. Hamshire showed a class performance with the bowl and bowled Nottinghamshire all out under 100 runs. Ian Holland and Mohammad Abbas took 7 wickets in the first innings with 4 and 3 wickets each. These two bowlers were the star of the match. In the second innings, Hamshire showed a great batting performance Ian Holland scored a century and the team declared at 344 runs. Hampshire bowlers again showed their class and bowled out the opposition. Hampshire won the match by 116 runs.
Mohammad Abbas, Kyle Abbott, Toby Albert, Keith Barker, Ben Brown, Jack Campbell, Mason Crane, Scott Currie, Liam Dawson, Aneurin Donald, Nathan Ellis, James Fuller, Nick Gubbins, Ian Holland, Benny Howell, Dominic Kelly, Ben McDermott, Fletcha Middleton, Felix Organ, Harry Petrie, Tom Prest, John Turner, James Vince, Joe Weatherley, Brad Wheal, Ross Whiteley, Chris Wood
Players to watch out for:
Abbott is a tall, strong bowler who generates good pace and swing. He is also a useful lower-order batsman. He is a valuable asset to any team, and is sure to continue to be a successful bowler for Hampshire for many years to come. In 2017, Abbott retired from international cricket to take up a Kolpak deal with Hampshire in English county cricket. He has continued to play for Hampshire since then and has been one of their most successful bowlers.
He is a right-handed middle-order batter who is also a right-arm medium pace bowler. He is a stylish and elegant batsman who is known for his ability to score runs quickly. He is also a capable bowler who can provide useful overs in the middle of the innings.