Hello and Welcome to our preview for Warwickshire versus Durham match. We are covering WAS vs DUR Dream11 Team Prediction, Preview and Probable Playing XI for Royal London ODI Cup. The match is to be played at Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street.
In their last match against Northants, Durham batted first and scored 256/7 thanks largely to Tom Latham (86), Will Smith (41) and Stuart Poynter (36). Gareth Harte smoked a quick 36(24). Durham bowlers then bowled with discipline and snatched a five-run win. Matt Dixon was the pick of the bowlers with 3/42.
On the other hand, Warwickshire’s last match was a wash-out and abandoned without even a single ball being bowled. Before that, they had soundly defeated Nottinghamshire. Ed Pollock, Sam Hain and Adam Hose got past fifties and posted 295/9. Thomason’s 4/46 landed them 108 runs victory.
WAS vs DUR, Royal London Cup, 1st June
Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
03:30 PM IST
1st innings average score: 238 runs
2nd innings average score: 171 runs
Ed Pollock, Jonathan Trott, Sam Hain, Ian Bell, Adam Hose, Tim Ambrose (wk), Chris Woakes, Aaron Thomason, Jeetan Patel (c), Olly Stone, Henry Brookes, Keith Barker, Josh Poysden, Will Rhodes, Dominic Sibley, Oliver Hannon-Dalby.
Graham Clark, Cameron Steel, Michael Richardson, Tom Latham (c), Paul Collingwood, Will Smith, S Poynter (wk), Gareth Harte, Ryan Pringle, Nathan Rimmington, Matt Dixon, Chris Rushworth, George Harding, Josh Coughlin.
They announced unchanged Squad for the match against Durham.
Warwickshire is expected to continue with the playing XI that was announced for the last match.
Durham had named a 14-man squad.
Durham is boosted by the return of Paul Collingwood, he missed the previous 3 games due to a calf injury.
Ryan Davies dropping out of the squad.
Ed Pollock, Jonathan Trott, Sam Hain, Ian Bell, Adam Hose, Tim Ambrose (wk), Aaron Thomason, Keith Barker, Jeetan Patel (c), Olly Stone, Henry Brookes.
Graham Clark/Cameron Steel, Paul Collingwood, Michael Richardson, Tom Latham (c), Will Smith, Stuart Poynter (wk), Ryan Pringle, Gareth Harte, Nathan Rimmington, Chris Rushworth, Matt Dixon.
Stuart Poynter (Wk)
Ed Pollock/Ian Bell
Captain and Vice-captain choices: Sam Hain, J Trott, Tom Latham, Aaron Thomason, Paul Collingwood, Nathan Rimmington, Jeetan Patel.