Middlesex vs Yorkshire County Div 1 Predictions Preview Who Will Win 09 Sep 2015

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Middlesex vs Yorkshire County Div 1 Predictions Preview Who Will Win 09 Sep 2015

Middlesex vs Yorkshire County Div 1 Predictions Preview Who Will Win 09 Sep 2015


The County Championship Division One will get under way with Middlesex taking on Yorkshire at Lord’s London. Both the teams will ideally like to start the championship with a win. Adam Voges will lead the Middlesex squad and Andrew Yale will be leading the Yorkshire side.

31 times champion Yorkshire will start their campaign with the game against Middlesex and they are the defending champion this time so there will be an added extra pressure on them to perform. They can take this as a confidence booster too that they are the current county champions. Yorkshire is the power bank as far as county championship is concern. Leaded by the Aussies, Yorkshire has all the tricks and troops that are needed to win the championship but now they wouldn’t be thinking too far ahead and will be concentrating on their match against Middlesex. County Championship is a big tournament so you need your best players to be fit for whole tournament. Adam Lyth will open the inning for Yorkshire which will be the eye catching whether he will get some runs in county championship or not after a disaster Ashes. If Adam Lyth didn’t get any significant runs in the county then it looks very much impossible that he will be selected again for the England national team. Jonathan Bairstow will also eager to show his class again as he is doing in the county. After one good inning, Bairstow also failed in the Ashes so he needs few runs to maintain his place in the English squad and help his side win another title. Tim Bresnan will be one of the key players for Yorkshire with both bat and bowl. He is out of the national team for a while now so it’s time for him too to show his class. Kane Williamson will be the backbone of batting for the Yorkshire.

Chris Rogers, who was the man of the series for Australia in the Ashes will be opening the inning which is a good sign for Middlesex. The in-form opener can make the life easier for the middle order to follow. Nick Compton can be his opening partner. Compton will be eager to make some run and make a case for international return. But it will be interesting to see whether Nick Compton will open or Sam Robson will get the job to do. Eoin Morgan is also in the squad but he may not be available for this match because he is on national duty now.

Match Prediction

This game promises to be an interesting encounter as there are many players in both the squad who are waiting for their international call after failure in their first chance. Nick Compton and Sam Robson has both opened the inning for England with Alastair Cook but both have failed to make any kind of mark at international arena. Players will play for their team as well as for their life too. Yorkshire is the champion team of the competition so they know how to handle pressure of the tournament and most important they know how to win. It will be a close game as both the teams have prepared to fight for the pride and play as per their strength. Yes, both teams look equally strong on paper, but in the start of the season you will have to back the defending champions to win the title once again and maintain their supremacy. It is quite expected that the match would be an interesting one, hence fans should stick to their televisions sets and see the complete match to watch out brilliant performances of the teams.

Middlesex vs Yorkshire Predictions Who Will Win

Middlesex win this Match

Middlesex vs Yorkshire Toss Prediction

Yorkshire will win Toss 

Match Information

Match: Middlesex vs Yorkshire, County Div 1 ,
Date: Wed, Sep 09, 2015 – Sat, Sep 12, 2015
Start Time: 9:30 AM GMT
Venue: Lord’s, London


Yorkshire (From): Andrew Gale(c), Tim Bresnan, Andy Hodd(w), Jack Leaning, Adam Lyth, Steven Patterson, Rich Pyrah, Will Rhodes, Gary Ballance, Jack Brooks, Alex Lees, Ryan Sidebottom, Karl Carver, Matthew Fisher, James Middlebrook

Middlesex (From): Nick Compton, James Franklin, James Harris(c), Ryan Higgins, Ravi Patel, Ollie Rayner, Toby Roland-Jones, John Simpson(w), Neil Dexter, Dawid Malan, Tim Murtagh, Harry Podmore, Sam Robson, Gurjit Sandhu, Paul Stirling, Oliver Wilkin

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