GLO vs WAS Live Score, In the Match of T20 Blast 2020 which will be played at County Ground, Bristol .; GLO vs WAS Live Score, Match between Gloucestershire vs Warwickshire Live on 15th September 2020 Live Score & Live Streaming.
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Venue: County Ground, Bristol
Both the teams will play their seventh game of the league on this Monday. Middlesex won their last encounter against Hampshire quite comfortably. They are now sitting in the fourth position of the table. Their opponents Surrey are sitting two points and as many places above them.
GLO vs WAS Squads
Dominic Sibley, Robert Yates, Adam Hose, Sam Hain, Will Rhodes (C), Michael Burgess, Tim Bresnan, Henry Brookes, Olly Stone, Jacob Lintott, Jeetan Patel, Dan Mousley, Liam Norwell, and Ed Pollock.
Miles Hammond, Chris Dent, Ian Cockbain, Ryan Higgins, James Bracey, Jack Taylor (C), George Scott, Benny Howell, Graeme van Buuren, Tom Smith, David Payne, George Hankins, Josh Shaw, and Matt Taylor.
GLO vs WAS Predicted XIs
Miles Hammond, Chris Dent, Ian Cockbain, Jack Taylor (c), Ryan Higgins, James Bracey (wk), George Scott, Graeme van Buuren, Tom Smith, David Payne, Matt Taylor.
Bench: Josh Shaw, George Hankins, Benny Howell.
Robert Yates, Dominic Sibley, Adam Hose, Sam Hain, Will Rhodes (c), Michael Burgess (wk), Tim Bresnan, Henry Brookes, Olly Stone, Jake Lintott, Jeetan Patel.
Bench: Dan Mousley, Liam Norwell, Ed Pollock.
Weather Report & Pitch Condition
It is expected to be mostly cloudy during the course of the game with little chances of rain. The temperature will be around 23 °C.
The pitch looked slow with some good assistance for the spinners in the last game. Batting second will be challenging as the surface deteriorates rapidly and the spinner comes into the game.
Average first innings score: 160 (Last 5 matches played at this venue)
Record of chasing teams: Won – 2, Lost – 3, Tied – 0 (Last 5 matches played at this venue)
GLO vs WAS Team News
Gloucestershire Team News
Gloucestershire have announced a 14-player squad for this game and they are unchanged once again.
Injury: No injury concerns.
Expected Changes: No changes are expected in the playing 11 either in the GLO vs WAS Dream11 team prediction.
- Chris Dent alongside Miles Hammond would open the batting for the side.
- Ian Cockbain, Ryan Higgins, and James Bracey would form the middle-order.
- Graeme van Buuren, Tom Smith, and David Payne are likely to lead the bowling attack for the side.
Warwickshire Team News
They have announced an unchanged 14-men squad for this game.
Injury: No injury concerns.
Expected Changes: An unchanged playing 11 is expected from them after winning the last game as well.
- Robert Yates and Dominic Sibley would open the batting for the side.
- Adam Hose, Sam Hain, and Will Rhodes would form a strong core of the batting in the middle-order.
- Tim Bresnan, Jacob Lintott, Olly Stone, and Jeetan Patel would lead the bowling charge for the side.
Best Choice For Captain And Vice-Captain
Captain Options – Stephen Eskinazi, Gus Atkinson
Vice-Captain Options – Will Jacks, Steven Finn
T20 Blast 2020
The Vitality Blast will begin on Thursday, August 27 with the game between Yorkshire Vikings and Notts Outlaws at Emerald Headingley, the first of 10 live group games to be shown on Sky Sports Cricket.
The Vitality Blast has been regionalised into the same three groups used in the four-day Bob Willis Trophy domestic competition, with each county set to play 10 group-stage matches behind closed doors.
The competition begins with the London derby on Thursday, May 28, and is set to feature more games on Thursday and Friday nights, and on weekends.
In 2019, the Essex Eagles won their maiden Blast title, beating Worcestershire Rapids, the 2018 champions, in Edgbaston. Last year, Lancashire and Sussex were the table toppers for the North and South Groups respectively.