Glamorgan and Durham. The Royal London ODI Cup final will be played on Thursday, August 19 at Nottingham’s Trent Bridge.
Glamorgan is still in great form in the tournament. Led by Kiran Carlson, the team topped the points table in Group 2 and advanced directly to the semi-finals. In the semi-finals on Monday, they defeated Essex by five wickets at Kennington Oval in London.
For half a century. Always Rutherford, Nicholas Selman and Joe Cook ensured that Glamorgan chased 290 runs in two overs. Durham, on the other hand, have had a better season than their next opponents. They top Group A with 13 points from eight games.
On Tuesday, Scott Borthock’s team defeated Surrey by five wickets at Chester Lee Street’s Riverside Ground. Opener Alex Les scored the first 75 runs. Tim David Trapped in front of him, other batsmen helped Durham chase the target off 15 balls.
MatchGlamorgan v Durham, Royal London ODI Cup 2021
History: August 19, 2021 (Thursday)
Time.: 03:30 PM (IST)
Location: Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
The sun will rise, but the clouds will also be there. It is likely to rain at 3 pm and therefore a slight delay can be expected. Temperatures are expected to hover between 19 and 21 degrees Celsius.
The average ODI score at the venue is 250, which means that the highest scoring game cannot be played on cards. The chasing teams have won 25 of 46 games. So second batting should be the way forward.
Playing XI prediction
Salman Glamorgan is the leading run-scorer with 385 runs at an average of 55. Rutherford is also seven runs short of 300 this season. Michael Hogan And Joe Cook has worked with the ball in hand as he has taken a total of 33 wickets in nine games.
Expected XI: Hamish Rutherford, Nicholas Selman, Steven Rangold, Kiran Carlson (c), Billy Root, Tom Colin (W), Joe Coke, Andrew Salter., James Weigel, Lucas Carey, Michael Hogan.
Graham Clarke was brilliant for Durham as he scored 606 runs at an average of 86.57 with the help of three centuries and half-centuries. Alex Liz has 547 runs with two tons and four fifties. Chris Rushworth and. Paul Van McRain. He took a total of 30 wickets.
Expected XI: Graham Clark, Alex Les, Scott Borthock (c), Cameron Bancroft (W), David Bedingham, Sean Dixon, Liam Travisks, Luke Donati, Matt Salisbury, Chris Rushworth, Jack Campbell
Durham’s batting unit is in better contact with Glamorgan. Their openers, Liz and Clark, are in shape for their lives and Glamorgan needs to get rid of them soon. Durham should be able to win the final on Thursday.
TV and live streaming details.
Television: N / A
Live streaming: Relevant team’s YouTube channel.