Considering that Glamorgan enters this match with a two-point and two-place advantage over Kent, we forecast that the Spitfires will win in South Wales. Both clubs have powerful batting lineups, but we believe Kent’s bowling attack is more potent. We think Kent will triumph.

Match Details:

The Location: Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

The Date & Time:  On Friday 2nd June, At 23:00 IST / 17:30 GMT

The Telecast & Streaming Channel: Sky Sports

Glamorgan vs Kent Past Stats:

TeamMatches Won
GLAM4
KENT1

Glamorgan vs Kent, Weather Information:

Temperature20°
Humidity47%
Wind Speed19 km/h
Precipitation0%

Match Venue:

Cardiff’s Sophia Gardens will host the Vitality T20 Blast game. There is assistance for the speed and pitch bowlers in addition to the ordinary bounce that the hitters can make use of this pitch.

Probable X1:

Glamorgan VS Kent:

Glamorgan: 

Callum Taylor, Kiran Carlson (C), Billy Root, Andy Gorvin, Sam Northeast, Ruaidhri Smith, Zain UL Hassan, Prem Sisodiya, Peter Hatzoglou, Jamie Mcilroy, Colin Ingram, Chris Cooke (wk), Dan Douthwaite, Eddie Byrom.

KENT:

 Sam Billings (C), Wes Agar, Arafat Bhuiyan, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Alex Blake, Jordan Cox, Joe Denly, Joey Evison, Michael Hogan, Jack Leaning, George Linde, Tawanda Muyeye, Grant Stewart.

Glamorgan vs Kent Best Performance:

The Best Batter:

Joe Denly:

When Joe Denly was asked back to represent England for their Test tour of Sri Lanka in 2018, he said, “I went missing for a few years.” His county career appeared to be respectably and progressively diminishing after he turned 30. But the England call signaled a remarkable return, one that other athletes recognized when he was selected PCA Players’ Player of the Year and won the Most Valuable Player award.

The Best Bowler:

Dan Douthwaite:

Dan Douthwaite, a dedicated all-rounder who attended Cardiff Met after attending the Surrey Academy during his adolescence, understood the advantages of competing against other counties. He received a contract offer from Sophia Gardens after scoring his first-ever first-class century against Sussex and then taking two wickets and 95 runs in a friendly match against Glamorgan. He immediately demonstrated his value by smashing an unbeaten 52 off 35 balls in a run chase of 348 in a televised 50-over contest against Sussex.

Prediction:

The Kent Is Expected To Win The Match )