Cricket fans are gearing up for yet another epic Vitality T20 Blast battle. The 27th Vitality T20 Blast 2023 match between Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire is scheduled for Tuesday, 30th May 2023 at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
The North Group Match between Nottinghamshire vs Yorkshire will take place on May 30th, 2023 at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
Match Details to Note
Match: Nottinghamshire vs Yorkshire, North Group Match, T20 Blast 2023
Date: May 30, 2023 (Tuesday)
Time: 11:00 PM IST
Venue: Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Nottinghamshire had lost their previous match against Lancashire by 22 runs after losing the toss and being asked to bat first. Their bowling unit performed dreadfully, allowing 208 runs in 20 overs. This team’s leading bowler is Shaheen Afridi, who is joined by Conor McKerr, Matthew Carter, Samit Patel, Lyndon James, and S Mullaney. Samit Patel was their team’s top wicket-taker, with two wickets in four overs against 41 runs. Conor McKerr took one wicket in four overs against 44 runs, while Shaheen Afridi also took one wicket in four overs while being charged with 47 runs.
The bowlers who did not pick up a wicket were Lyndon James, Matthew Carter, and the skipper, S Mullaney. Nottinghamshire’s batting order performed admirably, but they fell short of the target of 209 runs, scoring 186 runs in 20 overs. Joe Clarke and Alex Hales lead this team’s batting inning, but both batsmen failed to provide a good start, and both openers returned to the pavilion with only eight runs. Colin Munro was their most successful and highest run-scorer, scoring 60 runs off 29 balls, including four boundaries and five massive sixes. Matthew Montgomery was the other batsman who did well with the bat and scored some runs. He hit four boundaries and scored 41 runs off 26 balls. Tom Moores is still alive after scoring 41 runs.
Ben Slater, Haseeb Hameed, Ben Duckett, Joe Clarke, Lyndon James, Steven Mullaney, Tom Moores, Liam Patterson-White, Luke Fletcher, Olly Stone, Tom Loten, Dane Paterson (South Africa), Colin Munro (New Zealand), Shaheen Shah Afridi (Pakistan)
Possible Playing XI:
Joe Clarke, Alex Hales, Colin Munro, Matthew Montgomery, Tom Moores (wk), Steven Mullaney (c), Lyndon James, Samit Patel, Matthew Carter, Shaheen Afridi, Conor McKerr
Yorkshire had now lost three consecutive games, the most recent being a 28-run defeat to Durham. They won the toss and chose to bat first. This strategy did not work for this team, as they allowed 217 runs in 20 overs. Matthew Fisher was their most successful bowler, taking one wicket in three overs against 24 runs. Dom Bess took one wicket and was charged with 31 runs in three overs. Ben Mike was the other bowler to take a wicket in two overs against 28 runs. Bowlers who did not pick up a wicket included David Wiese, Matthew Revis, J Thompson, and Jafer Chohan.
Yorkshire’s batting order performed admirably, but they were unable to chase down a large total. They were able to score 189 runs while chasing a 218-run target. Jonathan Tattersall was their most successful and highest run-scorer, scoring 39 runs off 33 balls with four boundaries and one huge six. Jordan Thompson also had a strong game, scoring 33 runs. During his inning, he faced 24 pitches and hit three huge sixes. David Wiese scored 28 runs, while Dawid Malan only managed 26. Adam Lyth leads off this team’s batting inning and has the potential to score 24 runs. He faced only eight balls and hit three boundaries and two massive sixes.
Adam Lyth, Harry Brook, Harry Duke, Dominic Bess, Jordan Thompson, Ben Coad, Jonathan Tattersall, Mathew Pillans, Will Fraine, George Hill, Matthew Fisher, Andrew Gale, Matt Milnes, Ben Mike, Jafer Chohan (South Asian Cricket Academy), Shan Masood (Pakistan), Neil Wagner (New Zealand), David Wiese (Namibia)
Possible Playing XI:
Adam Lyth, Dawid Malan, Shan Masood (c), Jonathan Tattersall (wk), Matthew Revis, Jordan Thompson, David Wiese, Dominic Bess, Ben Mike, Jafer Chohan, Matthew Fisher
Nottinghamshire vs Yorkshire Batsmen Worth Watching
Alex Hales had struggled in the first couple of games, but produced a Player of the Match performance at the top of the order against Durham, scoring 65 not out from 46 balls. Joe Clarke has scored 90 runs in the tournament but has yet to reach his peak.
Adam Lyth, the team’s left-handed starter, hit 24 runs in eight innings on Sunday. Dawid Malan scored 43 runs and hit 26 runs off 18 balls in the previous game. Yorkshire will need one of these openers to come up big in this game.
Nottinghamshire vs Yorkshire Bowlers Worth Watching
On Monday evening, Steven Mullaney took three wickets, Conor McKerr two, and Shaheen Shah Afridi one as Nottinghamshire took six wickets. Afridi has struck out one batter in each of the three matches he has played this season.
Yorkshire used seven bowlers against Durham but only got three wickets, with Matthew Fisher, Dom Bess, and Ben Mike the only players to dismiss batters. On Sunday, Jafer Chohan and Fisher were the only two bowlers who kept their economy rates under ten.
Nottinghamshire vs Yorkshire Toss Prediction
The toss will determine the outcome of all Vitality T20 Blast matches. Defending is much easier in England than chasing, so the team that wins the toss will choose to bat first, according to our toss prediction.
Nottinghamshire vs Yorkshire Pitch Report
The 27th Vitality T20 Blast match will be played at Trent Bridge in Nottingham. Trent Bridge’s pitch is known for being batting-friendly, with good pace and bounce for bowlers. Because of the favorable conditions for swing and seam movement, it has traditionally favored fast bowlers. The nature of the playing surface, like any other, can change from match to match. Trent Bridge’s outfield is typically well-kept and fast, encouraging aggressive stroke play and quick running between the wickets.
Nottingham’s weather forecast is favorable for a cricket match. There is a chance of rain during this match, but we are hoping to see the entire game without interruption.
Nottinghamshire vs Yorkshire Prediction
Yorkshire have some very strong batters, but their bowling attack is currently underperforming and appears to be lacking in quality. Nottinghamshire have a strong batting lineup and should be too strong for the Vikings. Nottinghamshire will win, in our opinion. Check out the odds at Cricbaba!
Nottinghamshire is the favourite to beat Yorkshire at the odds of 1.62.
Nottinghamshire vs Yorkshire Most Recommended Player for Bet:
Alex Hales is the type of player who can put together a string of big goals. He is our pick to be Nottinghamshire’s leading run scorer in this game.