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Venue: Headingley, Leeds.
Chances of getting a place in quarter-finals are slim for both Yorkshire and Durham. However, a win on Wednesday might change the complexion of things in the blink of an eye. Both Durham and Yorkshire have won two of their first seven games.
From now onwards, every game is practically a knock-out encounter for them. This sets up for what could be a very enthralling and enjoyable game to watch. A win from either side will help a long way in cementing their stay in the third position.
YOR vs DUR Squads
YOR vs DUR Predicted XIs
Adam Lyth(c), Harry Brook, Dawid Malan, George Hill, James Wharton, Will Fraine, Jonathan Tattersall(wk), Jordan Thompson, Mathew Pillans, Ben Coad, Jack Shutt.
Bench: Matthew Fisher, Matthew Revis, George Hill.
Alex Lees, Graham Clark, Ben Raine, David Bedingham, Farhaan Behardien(wk), Brydon Carse, Scott Steel, Paul Coughlin, Matthew Potts, Liam Trevaskis, Nathan Rimmington(c).
Bench: Gareth Harte, Stuart Poynter, Oliver Gibson, Jack Cambell.
Weather Report & Pitch Condition
Leeds will not particularly be very bright and sunny on Wednesday, with temperature ranging between 10-17 °C. Thankfully, there are very fewer chances of precipitation.
Headingley has proved to be a belter in the ongoing season of T20 Blast. Anything under 180 might be considered below par in this ground. However, toss is expected to play a big role as chasing teams struggle a lot in Leeds.
Average first innings score: 187 (Last five complete matches played at this venue)
Record of chasing teams: Won – 1, Lost – 3, Tied–1
YOR vs DUR Team News
Third place in the North Group is up for grabs when Yorkshire Vikings and Durham go head-to-head in the Vitality Blast. The match at Headingley, on September 16, gets underway at 18:30 local time.
Yorkshire Vikings go into the game on the back of a defeat to Lancashire Lightning in the Roses match and will be keen to bounce back in their other derby. The Vikings were well under par against Lancashire but were hampered by absences, however, under the current medical guidelines. Dawid Malan is back, however, and all four players who missed out last time could also return.
Durham, meanwhile, have won the same number of games as Yorkshire but have lost one more too. They beat Leicestershire last time out, however, thanks to Matty Potts’ bowling and Ben Raine’s half-century, and the winner of this game will leapfrog the Foxes into third place.
Best Choice For Captain And Vice-Captain
Captain Options – Adam Lyth, Dawid Malan
Vice-Captain Options – Alex Lees, Graham Clark
With a quarter-final position at stake, the importance of this game cannot be overstated. Not for the Eagles, at least. Hampshire, too, will be coming hard to redeem their lost pride and to bow out of the competition on a high. Both sides have had a dismal run so far and separating them on the basis of performances would not be ideal. Having said that, Essex would be brimming with confidence with their inspiring win over Sussex Sharks, and that, we believe, will be enough to push them hard. With all the above-stated factors in mind, betting on an Essex win should be the way to go in this upcoming fixture.
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.