While the IPL is about to stop in the next 3 days in the country, the 20th season of T-20 Blast, the oldest league of T20 cricket, started in England yesterday. A total of 126 matches will be going to play in this league of 18 teams. Today the match is between Surrey and Glamorgan from 11:00 pm Indian time. The final match will take place on 16 July.
Organized by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), the T20 Blast League is the oldest professional T20 league in the world. Its first season was played in 2003. From here T20 cricket spread all over the world and became the most popular format of the game. Leicestershire is the most successful team in this tournament, having won the title 3 times so far.
Lancashire vs Yorkshire: Dream11 Predictions
- Liam Livingstone to score 35+ runs.
- David Malan + Tim David = 65+runs.
- Haris Rauf to pick 2+ wickets.
- LNS to win the match.
Lancashire vs Yorkshire: Head to Head
Both teams have played 13 matches so far. Lancashire has a huge edge in head-to-head competition. They have won 8 matches while Yorkshire has 4.
Lancashire vs Yorkshire: Probable XI
Lancashire Probable XI: Dane Vilas (c), Josh Bohannon, Steven Croft, Tim David, Richard Gleeson, Keaton Jennings, Danny Lamb, Liam Livingstone, Matt Parkinson, Phil Salt, Luke Wood
Yorkshire Probable XI: Adam Lyth, Dawid Malan, Tom Kohler-Cadmore(w), Joe Root(c), Harry Brook, Shadab Khan, Jordan Thompson, Matthew Revis, Dominic Bess, Adil Rashid, Haris Rauf
Players to Watch out in the Tournament
T20 Blast is a league of England, but every year along with young and experienced players of England, famous players from all over the world take part. Kieron Pollard and Sunil Narine for Surrey, Harris Rauf, Shadab Khan and Dimuth Karunaratne for Yorkshire, Colin Munro and Dwayne Bravo for Worcestershire, Carlos Brathwaite and Paul Stirling for Birmingham, Mohammad Rizwan, Rashid Khan for Sussex And players like Tim Seifert.
Some other players to watch out for are Dan Christian, Jimmy Neesham, Chris Lynn, Shaheen Afridi, Tim David, Hasan Ali, Mohammad Amir, Marnus Labuschagne, and Daniel Sams will also play for different teams.