NOT vs WOR | (Small League Team Added with Preview, Player Info & Blueprint) | 21-09-2019 15:30

 Nottinghamshire vs Worcestershire 1st Semi Final Prediction 


Match:  NOT vs WOR Fantasy Team Prediction
Time:  21 Sep ,03:30 PM (IST)
Venue: Edgbaston Cricket Ground - Edgbaston, England



 After toss Update: 

Toss : 
Nottinghamshire have won the toss and have opted to field

NOT Confirm11:
Chris Nash, Alex Hales, Ben Duckett, Joe Clarke, Tom Moores(w), Daniel Christian(c), Samit Patel, Steven Mullaney, Luke Wood, Matthew Carter, Harry Gurney

WOR Confirm11:
Riki Wessels, Hamish Rutherford, Moeen Ali(c), Wayne Parnell, Ben Cox(w), Ross Whiteley, Ed Barnard, Brett DOliveira, Daryl Mitchell, Charlie Morris, Patrick Brown


 Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first) 

NOTTS : W L W W W
WORCS : W L L W W


 Head to Head Stats 

Matches Played  14
NOT Won              9
WOR Won             5



 Info: 

  • Notts Outlaws reached Finals Day after finishing second in the North Group, with six wins and four defeats, before beating Middlesex in the quarter-final. 
  • Worcestershire Rapids, meanwhile, won six and lost five to finish one point behind but they then beat Sussex Sharks in the quarter-final. 
  • Worcestershire, the defending champions, beat Notts in the group stage, though their second scheduled game was rained off..


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 IRE vs SCO Toss Prediction 

Last year’s Finals Day saw semi-final success for the teams batting first and that trend could be continued unless overhead conditions swing things towards bowling. Worcestershire lost both tosses on last year’s Finals Day, so winning is not the be all and end all. They are due this one though.


 IRE vs SCO Weather Report 

They have picked a perfect weekend weather-wise for this T20 Blast Finals Day, with zero chance of rain forecast and conditions in Birmingham set to be sunny all day.


 IRE vs SCO Pitch Condition 

Edgbaston is favoured for Finals Day not just because of its size (though, of course, that is important), but because its pitch can produce some very even battles between bat and ball.


 Team NEWS: 

 NOT Team News 

Alex Hales will be back with Notts Outlaws after his quarter-final heroics at T20 Blast 2019, having blasted straight off from that game to fulfil his Caribbean Premier League commitments. Imad Wasim is unavailable, however, due to domestic commitments and Luke Fletcher could replace him. Chris Nash is likely to keep his place after excelling as he replaced Joe Clarke for the quarter-final, meanwhile.



 WOR Team News 
After missing the quarter-final win against Sussex, Hamish Rutherford is available again. The question then is who will miss out? Charlie Morris came into the team last time out, but it was his only appearance of the season and he appears to the be the prime candidate as a result.


 Predicted Lineups (Playing11): 

 Nottinghamshire 

1. Alex Hales,
2. Chris Nash,
3. Ben Duckett,
4. Jake Libby,
5. Tom Moores (wk),
6. Dan Christian (c),
7. Samit Patel,
8. Luke Fletcher,
9. Luke Wood,
10. Matthew Carter,
11. Harry Gurney


 Worcestershire 

1. Hamish Rutherford,
2. Riki Wessels,
3. Moeen Ali (c),
4. Ben Cox (wk),
5. Ross Whiteley,
6. Tom Fell,
7. Ed Barnard,
8. Daryl Mitchell,
9. Joe Leach,
10. Dillon Pennington,
11. Pat Brown


 NOT vs WOR Fantasy Team: 

*Chaanges(S Mullaney OUT, Joe Clarke IN).
Must watch Video for more info on each player.
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1.  B Cox
2.  C Nash
2.  A Hales (VC)
4.  R Wessels
5.  D Christian
6.  J Clarke
7.  W Parnell
8.  M Ali (C)
9.  H Gurney
10. M Carter
11. P Brown / E Barnard


 Players Info, Team Guide & Blue Print 

 Team Guide 

(We will help you to make a better Fantasy Team with this Team Guide. Do use your brain and instincts before making final decision)

 WK- 

+T Moores
+Ben Cox
-Tom Moores will bat in middle order. His graph in this season didn't go upwards. He had managed to play some top knocks too but not a very good choice in SL due to his consistency problem. He can give points with gloves also.

-Ben Cox will bat 2 down. He plays very attacking cricket. His last 4 Innings consists of 2 times 30+ score. He will give some points with gloves also. Must pick in SL.

 BAT- 

+Alex Hales
+Ben Duckett
+Riki Wessels
+J Clarke
+Ross Whiteley
+Jake Libby

-Alex Hales will open for Notts. He was in good form in this season of T20 blast but his recent matches at CPL didn't go well for him. Failed badly in all the matches there. However he has the capability to play top knocks like he did in his last T20 blast match by scoring not out 83 runs. Must pick and a choice of C VC.

-Ben Duckett will bat one down. He has performed decently by scoring 20+ runs in almost all of the matches. Good pick in SL and he can be crucial today as top order batsman will get to play more on this flat wicket.

-Riki Wessels will open for WOR. His 396 runs in last 12 games will be the spearheads for the defending champions today. Must pick in SL. Scored 47 runs in last match. C VC choice.

-J Clarke will open with Alex Hales. He had played some decent knocks at the starting of this season but as the matches passes by his form got diminished. He is seen to be struggling for runs. His last 7 Matches includes only one 30+ score. Punt pick in SL and a good choice of C VC in GL.

-Ross Whiteley will bat 3 down for WORC. His selection % is only 27 which is bcoz he didn't performed upto the expectations in this season. However he has the capability to play top knocks but that also comes in a blue moon. He can be a good GL pick today.

-Jake Libby will bat 2 down for NOT. He bad three 30+ scores on his name in this season. Can be a punt pick today in SL as pitch is expected to be flat and that means the top order batsman will get to play some easy shots. Selected by only 12% users in D11.


 ALL- 

+Moeen Ali
+Dan Christian
+Samit Patel
+Daryll Mitchell
+Imad Wasim

-Skipper Moeen Ali scored a breathtaking 121 not out against Sussex, leading his side in 2nd consecutive semi-final. The all-rounder has been in top-notch form thus far, having racked up 312 runs in 5 games besides claiming 8 wickets in the process. He will bat one down and a must pick player in SL and a default C VC.

-skipper Dan Christian (168 runs in 11 games) will be the key with the bat for NOT today. He will bowl mostly 2 overs and can take wickets. Must pick in SL. He will bat down the order.

-Samit Patel will bat 3 down for NOT. He is more off a goody bowler than a batsman. Takes consistently at least 1 wicket in every match. However his last couple of matches didn't go well but expected to perform today in this big match.

-Daryll Mitchell will bat down the order. He is coming back from International duties against SL where he had performed very well. Consistent wicket taker bowler and a handy batsman too. Pick him if WOR opts to bowl first.

-Imad Wasim may not get to bat much due to his batting order but he will take some wickets surely. Took 2-2 wickets each in both the last two matches. Must pick from this section if NOT opts to bowl first.

 BOWL - 

+Luke Wood
+Matthew Carter
+Harry Gurney
+Ed Bernard
+D Pennington
+Patrick Brown

-Luke wood has consistently taken 1 wicket ij every match. He can be a good credit saver pick today. Bowling in death overs.

-Matthew Carter has emerged as striker bowler for NOT. Took consistently wickets. 2-2 wickets in both the last two matches. Must pick in SL.

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-H Gurney will bowl in death overs from NOT side. Must pick in SL. Wicket taker bowler. Atleast 2 wickets in every match. He has 20 wickets in only 11 games this season.

-Ed Barnard is a handy Batsman and a must have bowler in SL. He has 126 runs and 11 wickets at his name this season. He will play a crucial role today.

-D Pennington is selected by only 7% users. He is our punt pick today as he had taken some wickets earlier but not very consistent.

-Patrick Brown too bad started this session with a great note but failed to perform in Last couple of matches. However he is a potential bowler and expected to see some good friends cricket from him today.

 Key Players: 

 NOT Key Players: 

 Alex Hales: 
Having top-scored in the group stage with 283 runs in ten innings, the big-hitting opener went even better in the quarter-final. In his unbroken opening stand with Nash, Hales hit six fours and seven sixes.


 Harry Gurney: 
The paceman has already tasted T20 success this year, winning the Big Bash with Melbourne Renegades and he will look to complete a double after taking 20 wickets so far in this season’s competition.


 Dan Christian: 
Like Gurney, Christian – who captained Notts to success in this competition two years ago too – has enjoyed success in the Big Bash already this year. His stock as an all-rounder and captain remains high in T20 cricket, backed by success across the globe.


 WOR  Key Players: 

 Moeen Ali: 
His poor form for England, which resulted in him being dropped, has ended up being Worcestershire’s gain. His last four innings in the T20 Blast have brought 85*, 23, 51 and 121*. He also has four wickets in those games and took 4-18 last time they faced Notts.


 Riki Wessels: 
Played the lesser role in partnership with Ali last time out, with a patient 47, but that continued his run of good scores in this competition and his ability to be the bigger hitter when needed is not in doubt.


 Ed Barnard: 
Bowled well in the quarter-final, claiming 2-21 to continue his wicket-taking form in this competition. He comes in to this match on the back of a six-wicket haul in the County Championship match against Gloucestershire too.


 Team Form: 

 NOT Team Form 

Notts Outlaws finished the group stage with a dismal defeat to Durham, ending a run of three straight wins, as they were bowled out for 124 chasing 172 to win.

It did not cost them second place, however, and they bounced back to form in style in the semi-final. Matthew Carter was the pick of the bowlers, claiming 2-16 from four overs, as they restricted Middlesex to 160/8. In reply, Chris Nash (74*) and Alex Hales (83*) blasted Notts to a stunning ten-wicket win.


 WOR Team Form 

Worcestershire Rapids missed out on second place in the North Group when they failed to defend 188/5 in their final group game – despite Moeen Ali’s batting form having continued with a half-century.

It did not prove costly, however – Ali smashing 121* from 60 balls as the Rapids’ chased 185 to beat Sussex Sharks by eight wickets in the quarter-final at Hove..


All the best

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