Following a very dismal tournament in 2022 that produced just two Winnings, Worcestershire Rapids defeated Northamptonshire Steelbacks by a score of 15 runs on Wednesday, moving them halfway towards matching last year’s victory total. For this match, we anticipate that the same team will be selected.

Last Saturday, when the 2023 Vitality T20 Blast’s opening night match was played at Edgbaston, Yorkshire Vikings’ season got off to a terrible start when they were defeated by the Birmingham Bears. They made 200-6 after winning the toss and were then removed for 166 ( WORCS VS YORKS ).

Match Info:

The Location: New Road-Worcester, England

The Date & Time: On Friday 26 May, at 22:00 IST/ 16:30 GMT

The Telecast & Streaming Channel: Sony Sports Network.



TeamMatches Won
Total Match Played9

Weather Report:

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Pitch Report:

According to the average first-innings total of 182 runs scored at the venue during the T20 Blast 2022, the 22-yard surface at New Road in Worcester, England, has been a terrific one to bat on.


Worcestershire: Brett D’Oliveira(C), Usama Mir, Michael Bracewell, Jack Haynes, Adam Finch, Mitchell Stanley, Pat Brown, Dillon Pennington, Kashif Ali, ED Pollock, Mathew Waite, Ben Cox(wk), Taylor Cornell.

Yorkshire: Adam Lyth(C), Dawid Malan, Mathew Fisher, Shan Masood, Jonny Tattersall(wk), Will Fraine, George Hill, Matthew Revis, Dom Leech, Jordan Thompson, Ben Mike, Jafer Chohan, David Wiese.

WOR VS YOR Best Performance:

The Best Batter:

Adam Lyth: After his county side, Yorkshire won the competition, Adam Lyth rose to popularity in 2014. The main architects were him and his business partner Alex Lees. Herbert Sutcliffe and Len Hutton were compared to them because they were so unstoppable. The two put together Yorkshire’s fourth-highest stand in county cricket when they scored 375 runs for the second wicket against Northants at Wantage Road.

The Best Bowler:

Pat Brown: Pat Brown identified himself as England’s most promising T20 bowler in 2018 by taking 31 wickets in the Blast season as a 20-year-old and played an important role on Finals Day as he guided Worcestershire to their maiden championship. With his skillfully disguised off-cutters and knuckleballs, Brown made himself a useful asset after the conclusion of games. Brown established his reputation with a successful 2019 Blast season, remaining composed in a one-run semi-final achievement against Nottinghamshire.

My Prediction: The WORCS Is Going To Win In The Match