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Nottinghamshire v Warwickshire Prediction Preview Royal London One Day Cup 25 July

Nottinghamshire v Warwickshire Prediction Preview Royal London One Day Cup 25 July. Notts Outlaws begin their program One Day Royal London Cup this season when the Warwickshire Bears gather on Saturday July 25, 2015. The fixture will be played in Welbeck Colliery CC and will start at 10.30. It is the first game of a weekend that also sees the face Notts Glamorgan in the same place on Sunday.

Nottinghamshire v Warwickshire  Prediction 


Head To Head

Warwickshire and Nottinghamshire have met 56 times in the competition day, with the matches taking place in a variety of competitions scheduled from anything from 40 to 60 overs per side. Balancing head to head tilts slightly in Notts please with 28 wins to 23. Five games the Bears have been incomplete, either washed or total output abandoned after starting. At Trent Bridge it has been 26 meetings, their first John Player League clash back in 1970. Notts have succeeded 14 times, including the two most recent meetings, in 2010 and 2013. Warwickshire last success in 2008 was his tenth victory in Nottingham and parties in 1983 and 2007 they washed out.

Last Time

In a dramatic finish at Trent Bridge Notts Outlaws beat the Warwickshire Bears by one wicket in Group B of the Royal London A Cup Day when the sides met last August. The result means both sides qualified for the quarterfinals, but the victory meant that Notts got the advantage in the next round. Jonathan Trott scored 108 and added 176 for the third window with Tim Ambrose, who made 98, as the Bears scored 302 for seven. Luke Fletcher, with career best figures of four for a day of 44, was the only member of the home attack to maintain a modicum of control and represented his final explosion  both members of the grand stand.

Notts reflected the inputs of its customers, a centurion of their own participation in a third wicket significant. Alex Hales scored 104 with 90 balls with 12 fours and 3 sixes and added 138 with James Taylor, who contributed 62. The competition opened this way and that before coming to the right until the final delivery of the night. With the scores tied, Fletcher continued its excellent performance Ball by driving Oliver Hannon-Dalby to the limit to win, to the delight of most of the 4,000 crowd.


In a match of 1982 Benson and Hedges Cup at Trent Bridge Basharat Hassan he was unbeaten on 99 not at the end of entries Nottinghamshire against Warwickshire. He was one of only two cases of a power hitter Notts scoring in List A cricket, Paul Johnson v Durham in 1996 being the other. Trentbridge

Played for both

Vasbert Drakes spent the 1999 season at Trent Bridge staff and produced undoubtedly the most impressive performance in domestic one-day cricket bowling. Playing against Derbyshire at Trent Bridge, the star of Barbados took care of bowling the final over of the match with only 10 runs needed. Much to everyone’s surprise, Drakes produces a finished once in life. He yorked Phil DeFreitas with his first ball, middle stump removed with Adrian Rollins James had the following Pyemont and low birth weight divided by his hat-trick.

Largely a full length delivery then pulled the leg stump Simon Lacey. Four wickets in four balls – the only time that has happened for Notts bowler in the shortened format of the game. A ball of one point and finished the back, allowing Notts to defeat his closest in the most dramatic fashion imaginable rivals. Drakes played 16 one-day matches for Notts and Warwickshire 18, who joined in 2001. Others who have appeared for both counties include; Deryck Murray, Dilip Doshi, Eddie Hemmings, Daniel Vettori, Anurag Singh and Mark Wagh.

Match Details:

Event: Royal London One Day Cup 2015
Match: 2
Teams: Nottinghamshire v Warwickshire
Date: 25 July, 2015
Time: 09:30 GMT, 3:00 PM IST
Venue: Welbeck Colliery Cricket Club Ground, Market Warsop, Nottinghamshire

Warwickshire : Varun Chopra(c), Tim Ambrose(w), Recordo Gordon, Oliver Hannon-Dalby, Ateeq Javid, Tom Lewis, Jeetan Patel, Boyd Rankin,Richard Jones, Tom Milnes,Jonathan Trott, Ian Westwood, Chris Wright, Chris Woakes, Keith Barker, Paul Best, Rikki Clarke, Laurie Evans, Sam Hain, Jonathon Webb, Peter McKay, Josh Poysden

Nottinghamshire : James Taylor(c), Riki Wessels, Mark Wood, Jake Ball, Daniel Christian, Luke Fletcher, Harry Gurney, Alex Hales, Brett Hutton, Michael Lumb, Steven,Mullaney, Samit Patel, Chris Read(w), Brendan Taylor,

Match Prediction

Nottinghamshire will be the Winner

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