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Kent vs Lancashire 4th Quarter Final Predictions Who Will Win 15th Aug 2015
Kent vs Lancashire 4th Quarter final of NatWest T20 blast is going to be one exciting match. The last time these two teams met, Lancashire was able to beat Kent by 51 runs. So Kent not only will like to win the quarter final match to go ahead in the tournament but also to take revenge of their last humiliating loss. Lancashire won the last game as they played much better than Kent. Even though the Kent middle order batsmen tried to put up a fight at the end, 257 was too much for them. The worst part was that the entire Kent team was all out by 38th over while chasing the target. Kent team management will definitely like to tell their batsmen to forget about their last encounter and see the quarter final match as the fresh start.
Kent is actually dominating the NatWest T20 blast so far. None of their opposition teams was able to create any trouble for them. In most of the matches their openers were able to give the team a great start. Kent also has a formidable bowling lineup. But captain of Lancashire Steven Croft proudly announced before the 4th Quarter final that Kent’s great performance in the tournament so far means nothing to them and they are going to start the Kent vs Lancashire game with a lot of confidence. He is using their last encounter with Kent as a great motivational tool for the team. It is clear that the Lancashire team wants to play the mind game. They are almost teasing the Kent team by saying that their good performance does not mean anything to them. It is not new for a team to try and play mind games with their opposition at the knock out stages of the tournament. According to them any team can play well at the group stages, but that does not mean they can play the same way in the knock off stages. Steven Croft is sure that his team will be able to play their best in rest of the tournament. He wants to win the trophy; his team is also fired up. Commentators too are counting Lancashire as a favorite.
Kent on the other hand is high on confidence even though the loss against the Lancashire team in the last game maybe will be back of their mind. Liam Livingstone played an extraordinary innings of 91 that day and none of the Kent bowlers were able to give him any kind of trouble. On 15th August in Kent vs Lancashire game the main aim of Kent bowlers will be to get the wicket of Livingstone very fast.
This match will be the last of the quarterfinals in this year’s NatWest T20 blast. There is a chance that rain may come down on the play day; this will be an unfortunate event for both the teams and the spectators as most of the tickets of the game are already sold out.
The 4th Quarter final will possibly be a high scoring game. Robert Key the captain of Kent team told the media that he hopes to win the toss and go for the batting first; they lost the last game against Lancashire while batting second. So they do not want to repeat the same history. No team wants to chase a big target in pitches like these. So we predict Lancashire captain will also chose to bat first if they win the toss.
Knock out stages are most exciting part of any tournament, if you are a fan then you cannot afford to miss a single game at this stage.
Kent vs Lancashire Predictions Who Will Win
Kent win this Match
Kent vs Lancashire Toss Prediction
Lancashire will win Toss and elect to bat
Kent vs Lancashire, 4th Quarter Final
Series: NatWest t20 Blast, 2015
Date: Sat, Aug 15, 2015
Time: 13:30 UTC (14:30 UK) | 19:00 local
Venue: St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury
Robert Key, Adam Ball, Sam Billings, Mitchell Claydon, Joe Denly, Calum Haggett, Charlie Hartley, Brendan Nash, Darren Stevens, James Tredwell, Sam Northeast, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Alex Blake, Fabian Cowdrey, David Griffiths, Ben Harmison, Matt Hunn, Adam Riley, Ivan Thomas, Matt Coles, Ryan Davies
Glen Chapple, Tom Bailey, Nathan Buck, Jordan Clark, Alex Davies, Andrew Flintoff, Paul Horton, Simon Kerrigan, Stephen Parry, Luke Procter, Tom Smith, James Anderson, Karl Brown, Jos Buttler, Steven Croft, George Edwards, Gavin Griffiths, Kyle Jarvis, Arron Lilley, Alviro Petersen, Luis Reece, Wayne White, Ashwell Prince, Peter Siddle, Liam Livingstone, James Faulkner, Saqib Mahmood