GLO vs NOT Match Prediction & Betting Tips - Aug 10, 2022
These are still early days in the Royal London One Day Cup 2022 and we have seen plenty happen already. We have already seen towering totals being chased and subpar totals being defended and the best of the tournament is presumably yet to come.
Up next in the tournament, Gloucestershire are set to take on Nottinghamshire in a match of high significance for both these sides. The match between the two sides is to be played at the County Ground in Bristol on Thursday, 10th August 2022.
GLO vs NOT Team Previews
Gloucestershire started off on a rather poor note in the tournament and just when they were looking down and out, they posted a strong win over Somerset to bounce back into the contention. This recent win should really boost their confidence, making them a dangerous side to deal with going forward into the competition.
As it currently stands on the points table, Gloucestershire are placed at the seventh spot on the ladder with just two points to their name. They also have a rather poor net run-rate of -0.490, which shows how poor they have been thus far.
On paper, however, Gloucestershire have a decent side with the likes of Chris Dent, Marcus Harris, James Bracey, and Jack Tayor to provide them with much-needed experience. They also have some talented young players who can turn the game on their head. They have had a disappointing tournament up until now but they certainly have it in them to beat even the best. If they are able to play to their peak potential in this upcoming match, Nottinghamshire will certainly have their work cut out.
Gloucestershire Playing 11
Ben Wells, Dominic Goodman, Oliver Price, Chris Dent, Jared Warner, Jack Taylor, James Bracey, Marcus Harris, Paul Van Meekeren, Tom Smith, Zafar Gohar.
Nottinghamshire are one of the most consistent teams out there in the history of English domestic competitions, regardless of the format. In the ongoing edition of the Royal London One Day Cup as well, they are maintaining their reputation up until now, winning both of their opening two games. Not only have they won those, they have won those quite convincingly and their net run-rate of 3.255 is evidence enough of it.
As a result, they are currently placed at the top of the ladder in Group A and will be looking to strengthen their position by winning yet another game. With two big wins to their name in the tournament already, Nottinghamshire will be brimming with confidence coming into this one.
Despite missing some of their most experienced players, Nottinghamshire appear to be a pretty well-balanced side, at least on paper. The presence of Ben Slater and Haseeb Hameed adds calm to their otherwise young top-order. On the bowling front as well, the likes of Zak Chappell and Dane Paterson provide them with nifty options. The Notts have a young yet talented side on-paper and if they are able to play to their potential, getting past them could prove to be a steep climb.
Nottinghamshire Playing 11
Brett Hutton, BT Slater, Ben Martindale, Dane Schadendorf, Fateh Singh, Lyndon James, Matthew Montgomery, Dane Paterson, Haseeb Hameed, S Budinger, Zak Chappell.
GLO vs NOT Dream11 Prediction
Check out the Dream11 fantasy team lineup for the Royal London One Day Cup 2022 upcoming match that is to be played between Gloucestershire and the Nottinghamshire. Don't forget to check back the latest updated team lineup right after the toss.
GLO vs NOT Playing 11
- James Bracey
- S Bodingder
- Haseeb Hameed
- Ben Slater
- Jack Taylor (C)
- M Montgomery (VC)
- O Price
- Zak Chappell
- B Hutton
- Z Gohar
- P van Meekeren
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GLO vs NOT Betting Tips
The two sides have had contrasting runs respectively up until now and will be desperate to win this one for different reasons. While Nottinghamshire will be looking to register a win to maintain their supremacy, Gloucestershire would be desperate to rise up the ladder with a win here. Nottinghamshire have had a better run up until now but they do appear to be relying a bit too much on their top-order. Their middle-order hasn't been tested much yet and that might well be in this upcoming game. Gloucestershire, on the other hand, are coming off a strong win in their previous match and that win should have done a world of good to their confidence. Also, they are a slightly better-balanced side between the two. For that and the other reasons stated above, we would be backing Gloucestershire here in this match and so should you. Back Gloucestershire to win.