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Nottinghamshire finally suffered their first defeat of the competition and their loss certainly opened up opportunities to qualify for a couple of teams in their group. Leicestershire are back in the hunt and so are Durham. A win for Durham in their next game will not only knock the Foxes out of the contention but will also make things interesting with respect to the two third-placed teams. Durham are set to face Nottinghamshire in their next game and while this assignment will not be easy for Durham, they'll fancying their chances after a superb win in their last match. There is a huge incentive for Durham to win in the upcoming match and we expect them to come out all guns blazing.
Considering how well the Notts have done in the tournament so far, this upcoming match promises to be a cracker of a contest. The match is to be played on Sunday, 20th September at Trent Bridge Cricket Ground, Nottingham.
Well! No one saw that coming. Considering that Nottinghamshire were undefeated before their match against Leicestershire, not many would have expected them to be on the wrong side of the result in their match against the Foxes. Even with a defeat, Nottinghamshire find themselves at the top of the table and are will continue to be there regardless of the result in the upcoming match.
Nottinghamshire have no one but themselves to blame for their loss against Leicestershire as a controversial incident handed Leicestershire a bonus win. Batting first, Nottinghamshire didn't look as fluent with the bat as they had been in the tournament, but somehow manage to post a challenging total of 162 runs on the board. Ben Duckett and Tom Moores contributed with a fifty each, but no real contribution from any other batsman left the Outlaws longing for more.
Defending a smallish total, Nottinghamshire had to be proactive in the field and perhaps to were too proactive. The recently introduced rule of deliberately distracting or deceiving the batsman proved to be costly for them as Leicestershire Foxes were awarded five runs at a crucial juncture of the match when Steven Mullaney simulated the action of grabbing the ball. Those five runs proved to be the difference between the two sides as Leics registered a win with just one ball to spare.
While there is nothing in this match for Nottinghamshire, they would still want to emerge on top and have the momentum on their side. They would want to ensure that their loss was just a minor blip in their campaign and nothing else. We expect them to come out with better preparations in this match and beating them would not be easy.
AD Hales, Chris Nash, Joe Clarke, Ben Duckett, Tom Moores, DT Christian, Steven Mullaney, Samit Patel, SI Wasim, Matthew Carter, Jake Ball.
Languishing at the bottom of the table at one stage, Durham have well and truly announced their candidature for a quarter-final spot. They are now placed at the third spot on the ladder with nine points in as many games and a win here will ensure their third spot finish with an excellent net run-rate.
The most remarkable fact about Durham's turn-around story is that most of their wins in the tournament have come against the sides known for their good batting. They are currently on a winning streak of four matches with their most recent win coming against Lancashire Lightning, who are placed at the second spot o the ladder.
Batting first on a used wicket, Durham posted a total of 152 runs, which didn't look to be imposing at the midway stage but proved to be a lot at the end. Alex Lees top-scored for them with an unbeaten 67-run knock, which proved to be game-changing for Durham. While Lees' innings was what set up the game for Durham, it were their bowlers who actually sealed the match. Matty Potts was brilliant at the top as he picked up three wickets in one over to reduce Lancashire to 9 for 4. The rest of Durham bowlers stranged Lancs' batting lineup thereafter, eventually dismantling the Red Roses to a total of 83.
With that win, Durham moved to the third spots on the points table and while they can no longer finish among the top two teams, they still have the opportunity to qualify for the quarter-finals. They'd need to register a win in this match - the bigger the margin the better, and given the form they've been in, Durham would not be an easy side to deal with.
Alex Lees, Scott Steel, Graham Clark, David Bedingham, Farhaan Behardien, Ben Raine, Brydon Carse, Paul Coughlin, Liam Trevaskis, Matthew Potts, Nathan Rimmington.
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While Nottinghamshire Outlaws have been the best team in the group, Durham Jets have matched on all accounts, if we consider only the second half of the tournament. Their batting, as well as bowling, has been in fantastic form, which is evident by the margin of Durham's wins. While the match could go either way, we believe that with the motivation to qualify for the next round and the momentum they have, Durham Jets are more likely to emerge on top in the upcoming encounter.
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