ESS vs MID Live Score, ESS vs MID Live Cricket Score, T20 Blast 2020 Live

ESS vs MID Live Score, In the Match of Bob Willis Trophy 2020 which will be played at Kennington Oval, London; ESS vs MID Live Score, Match between Essex vs Middlesex Live on 6th September 2020 Live Score & Live Streaming.

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ESS vs MID Live Score

First-Class
6 September 2020
10:30 AM
UPCOMING
ESS v MSX, - County Ground, Chelmsford

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Match Detail

Match:         ESS vs MID Live Score
Date:           Sunday 6th September, 2020
Time:           03:00 Pm IST.

Venue:         Kennington Oval, London

Match Preview

Defending Champions Essex will go up against Kent in a ‘South’ Group encounter of the ongoing English T20 Blast 2020 at the Kennington Oval in London. The match is scheduled to begin at 5.35 PM (IST) on Saturday.

Under Daniel Bell-Drummond’s leadership, Kent is in fine form in the early stage of the tournament. They are currently sitting at the top of the group by bagging 6 points. Bell-Drummond’s side is yet to taste the defeat in this year’s edition.

ESS vs MID Squads

Essex Eagles Squad :

Ryan ten Doeschate (C)
James Foster (Wk)
Aaron Beard
Ravi Bopara
Varun Chopra
Sam Cook
Simon Harmer
Dan Lawrence
Jamie Porter
Neil Wagner
Tom Westley
Adam Wheater
Ashar Zaidi

Middlesex Squad :

Nick Gubbins
Paul Stirling
Max Holden
Eoin Morgan
Hilton Cartwright
Stephen Eskinazi
James Franklin
John Simpson
Ravi Patel
Tom Helm
James Harris
Tom Barber
Steven Finn (C)

ESS vs MID Predicted XIs

Essex:

Paul Walter, Sir Alastair Cook, Tom Westley(c), Daniel Lawrence, Feroze Khushi, Ryan ten Doeschate, Adam Wheater(wk), Simon Harmer, Aaron Beard, James Porter, Samuel Cook

Bench: Ben Allison, Mick Browne

Middlesex:

Sam Robson, Max Holden, Nick Gubbins, Stephen Eskinazi(c), Robbie White, Martin Andersson, John Simpson(wk), James Harris, Miguel Cummins, Thilan Walallawita, Tim Murtagh

Bench: Ethan Bamber, Jack Davies, Nathan Sowter

Weather Report & Pitch Condition

A number of games in this English summer have been called off due to incessant rains but it is unlikely that this one will be. The forecast for all 4 days of the game in Chelmsford is more or less clear, with not more than 3-5% rainfall expected. The temperatures will be cool with a high of 22 and low of 9 degree Celsius. The conditions are perfect for a quality 4-day game.

The track at The County Ground in Chelmsford this season has been very sporting, with something on offer for everyone. While the first match saw a score of 398 in one innings, the average per innings score was 250 while in the second match it was around 220.

The track has offered swing for the pacers early on, while making it relatively easy for batting after the new ball. The last few sessions have been dominated by spinners. Expect another competitive game on this pitch.

ESS vs MID Team News

Essex Team News :
1. Essex are the defending champions of this T20 Blast tournament.
2. Simon Harmer will lead Essex side in this tournament.
3. Adam Zampa and Moises couldn’t join the team due to Covid-19 crisis and they miss the whole season.
4. Alastair Cook is also not included in the squad.

Middlesex Team News :
1. Steven Finn will lead Middlesex side in the absence of regular captain Eoin Morgan who is on England duty.
2. Toby Roland Jones is ruled out due to an injury.
3. AB de Villiers and Mujeeb ur Rahman aren’t playing in this season of T20 Blast.

Best Choice For Captain And Vice-Captain

Captain Options – Simon Harmer, Tim Murtagh

Vice-Captain Options – James Porter, Alastair Cook

Bob Willis Trophy 2020

The Bob Willis Trophy is a special one-off red-ball competition that is separate to the County Championship and will be played this summer only following the delay to the men’s domestic season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The tournament, which will feature all 18 First-Class Counties in three regionalised groups, will herald the start of the domestic season and will culminate in a five-day final.

County members and fans will be able to watch the new red-ball tournament via live streaming on First-Class County websites while highlights of each day’s play are also set to be available.

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