Date & Time: Sunday, September 13, 18:30 IST
Venue: Trent Bridge, Nottingham, England
It has been an exceptional season for Nottinghamshire so far in the tournament. They have been brilliant in all sections of the game, with all the players performing brilliantly. Once again, it is Hales, Clarke and Nash, who will be the players to look after while Derbyshire has got Reece and Madsen to make things happen. All in all it is going to be a cracker of a contest.
Chris Nash, Alex Hales, Joe Clarke, Ben Duckett, Tom Moores(wk), Daniel Christian(c), Imad Wasim, Steven Mullaney, Samit Patel, Matthew Carter, Jake Ball
Billy Godleman (c), Luis Reece, Wayne Madsen, Leus du Plooy, Matt Critchley, Anuj Dal, Mattie McKiernan, Harvey Hosein (wk), Ed Barnes, Michael Cohen, Sam Conners.
The average innings T20 score at this stadium is 175 runs which suggests that this is going to be a really good batting wicket. It is expected to be yet another High-scoring game with both teams having brilliant names in the lineup.
Clarke has been brilliant in this season so far with his bat. Scoring at good pace, Clarke has already delivered Match-winning performances for his side and also the leading run-scorer of this season so far.
Reece has been fantastic in all sections of the game and delivering goods on a consistent basis. With numbers on his side, we chose him as our must-have for this contest.
The youngster has been fantastic in this season so far. He has been delivering on a consistent basis and we decided to stick with him as our must-have player.
Ball is the match-winner for his side on his day. He has the ability to make things happen and often produces match-winning performances for his side.
He has always been a superb player for his side but unfortunately, he isn’t getting any chances to make things happen for his side. Thus, we decided to leave him for this contest.