Date & Time: Wednesday, September 02, 23:05 IST
Venue: Edgbaston, Birmingham, England
In a span of one day, Warwickshire once again returns to entertain fans. They had a tough time in the middle on the other night against Northamptonshire, but they are all set to make things happen in the clash against Gloucestershire.
On the other hand, Gloucestershire is also in the similar position but in a slightly better place with a good run rate. They have named the same squad for this clash while changes are expected in the lineup of Warwickshire.
As usual, players like Sam Hain, Tim Bresnan and Ryan Higgins will be the cynosure of the eyes during the course of the game. With weather likely to be in favour of a complete game, one can expect a cracker of contest between them.
Ed Pollock, Will Rhodes (c), Sam Hain, Adam Hose, Ian Bell, Tim Bresnan, Olly Stone, Henry Brookes, Jeetan Patel, Jacob Lintott, Vikai Kelley (wk)
Miles Hammond, Chris Dent, Ian Cockbain, Ryan Higgins, James Bracey (wk), Jack Taylor (c), George Scott, Graeme van Buuren, Tom Smith, David Payne, Matt Taylor
After a fine time, here comes the venue that has something on offer for the bowlers. Traditionally, the venue has always given support to the bowlers and also for the batsmen, who have got the right technique. They need to be smart with their shot selection while spinners will get turn from the wicket. All in all, a good contest between the bat and the ball is expected tonight.
He has been brilliant in the last couple of seasons and delivering exceptionally in this season as well. Higgins will carry the burden of middle-order and also, complete his bowling quota. Thus, we opted him as our must-have player.
He is yet another all-rounder, who has to be on your team sheet for sure. The all-rounder is carrying brilliant stats with him in this tour and also a reliable player for his side. Going by stats, we opted him as our must-have for this game.
The leading wicket-taker for his team in the last tournament has started the new season on a brilliant note. He appeared in all dream team games so far and we rely on him to put another good show.
It is surprising to see Sam Hain on the headlines in this season. He has always been a star performer for their side but unfortunately, he is failing to deliver in this season. However, we expect him to make a comeback.
The experienced campaigner is our major miss for this game. He maybe a class player but, in the last few games, he has lost his charm and failing to give good starts. Thus, we avoided him for this game.