SUS vs WOR | 3rd Quarter-Final of T20 Blast, Dream11 Team Preview and Prediction | 06-09-2019 23:30

Sussex vs Worcestershire 3rd Quarter Final D11 Prediction

Match:  SUS vs WOR Fantasy Team Prediction
Time05 Sep , 11:30 PM (IST)
Series: 2nd Quarter-Final of T20 Blast
Venue: Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

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

Sussex (Playing XI):
Philip Salt, Luke Wright(c), Laurie Evans, Alex Carey(w), David Wiese, Delray Rawlins, Chris Jordan, Ollie Robinson, Will Beer, Danny Briggs, Reece Topley

Worcestershire (Playing XI): 
Riki Wessels, Moeen Ali(c), Thomas Charles Fell, Ben Cox(w), Ross Whiteley, Ed Barnard, Daryl Mitchell, Joe Leach, Dillon Pennington, Charlie Morris, Patrick Brown

SUS vs WOR Head to Head Stats

Match Played 1 & win by WOR.

Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first)



  • South Group winners Sussex Sharks host defending champions Worcestershire Rapids in the quarter-finals, in a repeat of last year's final.
  • The Sharks won eight and tied one of their 12 completed group games - one of their only defeats came in the final match, by which point they were already guaranteed top spot.
  • Worcestershire, meanwhile, won six and lost five - defeat in their final game, against Northamptonshire, ultimately not proving costly for their quarter-final hopes but ensuring they had to play their last-eight game away from New Road.

SUS vs WOR Weather Report

Hove is set to be cloudy on Friday evening, which will play into the hands of the bowlers. The chance of rain is around 25 per cent and there will also be a bit of wind around with temperatures around 16 degrees Celsius.

SUS vs WOR Pitch Condition

Hove was a good batting wicket for the Kia Super League finals day but overhead conditions for this quarter-final could swing the balance back towards the bowlers.

SUS vs WOR Toss Prediction

Sussex have not won the toss in any of their last three matches so they are overdue one. After being asked to set a target last time out, and falling just short of defending it, the Sharks may elect to bowl first this time.

Team NEWS:

SUS Team News

Sussex will only have Alex Carey as an overseas option for this quarter-final, with Jason Behrendorff having returned home for treatment on a recurrence of his back injury. Rashid Khan’s stint with the county has already ended. Also unavailable are injured Tymal Mills and England paceman Jofra Archer. With the exception of Carey’s return for Ben Brown, it could be an unchanged team from the final group game

WOR Team News

Martin Guptill’s New Zealand call-up has turned into a double blow for the Worcestershire Rapids after he suffered an injury while with the Black Caps. His replacement, Hamish Rutherford, is therefore also unavailable for the Rapids having flown out to Sri Lanka. It leaves the Rapids without an overseas player, as Callum Ferguson has already had to cut short his time with Worcestershire. Kolpak signing Wayne Parnell could return, however, after missing the final group game.

Predicted Lineups (Playing11):

SUS PlayingXI:

1.Luke Wright (captain)
2.Phil Salt
3.Laurie Evans
4.Alex Carey
5.Delray Rawlins
6.David Wiese
7.Ben Brown
8.Will Beer
9.Chris Jordan
10.Danny Briggs
11.Reece Topley

Ollie Robinson, Harry Finch, George Garton

WOR PlayingXI:

1.Riki Wessels,
2. Thomas Charles Fell,
3.Moeen Ali,
4.Ben Cox,
5.Ross Whiteley,
6. Wayne Parnell,
7.Ed Barnard,
8.Daryl Mitchell,
9.Joe Leach,
10.Dillon Pennington,
11.Patrick Brown/George Rhodes

SUS vs WOR Fantasy Team:

(you can make your team with help of video, below stats & records with player info & key players)
*No changes.
1.  A Carey
2.  B Cox
3.  D Rawlin
4.  L Wright
5.  L Evans / D Wiese
6.  P Salt (VC)
7.  R Wessels
8.  M Ali (C)
9.  W Beer
10. C Jordan
11. E Barnard

Key Players:

SUS Key Players

Laurie Evans: 

Hit a half-century in last year’s final against Worcestershire Rapids and the big-hitting batsman has hit two more this season on his way to 315 runs.

Alex Carey: 

The Australian’s arrival bolstered an already strong batting unit. In seven innings, he has hit 256 runs – including two half-centuries – at a strike rate of more than 150.

Luke Wright: 

Now a specialist batsman, the former England all-rounder and Sussex captain leads their batting charts this season with 360 runs from 11 innings.

WOR Key Players

Moeen Ali: 
 His England omission has been the Rapids’ gain, with the all-rounder back to captain his county. Ali has scored two half-centuries on his way to 191 runs in four innings and also weighed in with seven wickets so far.

Riki Wessels: 
Scored 45 in the final group game against Northants, moving to 349 runs from 11 innings in total, including three half-centuries.

Pat Brown: 
The 21-year-old leads Worcestershire’s wicket-taking charts again in this year’s T20 with 14 from 11 games. He has 46 wickets in 33 T20 matches in total in his career.




Philip Salt, Luke Wright(c), Laurie Evans, Delray Rawlins, David Wiese, Chris Jordan, Ben Brown(w), Ollie Robinson, Will Beer, Danny Briggs, Reece Topley, Aaron Thomason, Luke Evans, Harry Finch, Alex Carey


Riki Wessels, Moeen Ali(c), Ben Cox(w), Ross Whiteley, Thomas Charles Fell, Ed Barnard, Daryl Mitchell, Joe Leach, Dillon Pennington, Patrick Brown, Brett DOliveira, Wayne Parnell, Olly Westbury, Joshua Dell, Ben Twohig

All the best


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