The Durham vs Lancashire game will get underway at Chester-le-Street’s Riverside Ground on Friday, June 2. They will compete in a match at the Vitality T20 Blast 2023. The game will be thrilling to watch. To find out who won, follow the Durham vs. Lancashire game results on BullsScore all the way to the very end. We predict Durham will prevail in this game.

Durham VS Lancashire Match Details:

The Location: Riverside Ground-Chester-le-Street

The Date & Time:  On Friday 2nd June, At 11:00 PM/18:30 GMT

The Telecast & Streaming Channel: Sky Sports

Durham VS Lancashire:


TeamMatches Won

( Durham VS Lancashire ) Weather Information:

Wind Speed13 km/h

Pitch Report:

The pitch at Chester-le-Street’s Riverside Ground has a level surface. Whichever team wins the coin toss determines who gets to bat first. On this wicket, quick bowlers do better in the early innings. The middle overs will undoubtedly be advantageous to spinners. Overall, this pitch will be advantageous to hitters. As a result, we can assume that DUR and LAN will take part in a match with a high average score.

Probable X1:

Durham VS Lancashire:


 Alex Lees (C), Ben Stokes, Ross Whitfield, Mark Wood, Graham Clark, Paul Coughlin, Michael Jones, Harry Crawshaw, Jonathan Bushnell, Liam Trevaskis, Tom Mackintosh, David Bedingham, Scott Borthwick.


Jos Buttler, Steven Croft, Keaton Jennings, Colin de Grandhomme, Harry Singh, George Bell, Danny Lamb, Liam Livingstone, Will Williams, Luke Wood, Matt Parkinson, Tom Bailey, Rob Jones.

Best Performance:

The Best Batter:

Colin De Grandhomme:

Colin de Grandhomme, a potent hitter with broad shoulders and a medium-pace bowling delivery, moved to Auckland from Zimbabwe in 2006 and finally became a member of the New Zealand national teams. Unsurprisingly, the T20 format was where he made his debut on a major stage. After proving himself to be a superb batsman in the regional T20 league in New Zealand, De Grandhomme was given the opportunity to make his international debut against his native Zimbabwe in 2012.

The Best Bowler:

Luke Wood: 

At the conclusion of the 2019 season, Luke Wood, a left-arm fast bowler with the valuable ability to swing the ball back into right-handers, left Nottinghamshire and joined Lancashire in search of a more reliable position in the first team. Other counties expressed interest, but Lancashire couldn’t pass up the chance to compete in both forms because they desperately needed a left arm.


( The Durham Is Expected To Win The Match )