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Warwickshire vs Essex 2nd Quarter Final Predictions Who Will Win 13th Aug 2015
2nd Quarter-Final of NatWest T20 Blast, Birmingham Bears Vs Essex Eagles, has generating a lot of buzz among the fans as there is a chance that England skipper Alastair Cook may play the match for Essex. He is just coming from the successful Ashes series against the Australians. His inclusion in the team is definitely going to give the other players a moral boost. But at the same time the team management is not sure if he can make an inform batsman sit at the bench because Cook is available now. Alastair Cook only played one T20 match for the Essex team so far. So team is not sure about his inclusion.
At the same time it is the knock out stages of the tournament and one cannot deny that the presence of an international player like Cook will make the opposition very worried. This dilemma is causing the team to hold up the announcement of the final 12 players’ name that are going to play in the Essex vs Birmingham Bears (Warwickshire) match. Alastair Cook will play for sure, but in whose place that is the big question here. Cook is in good form and in his good days he can win a match alone.
On the other hand, Warwickshire is very high in confidence. Most of their batsmen are playing really well at the NatWest T20 Blast championship so far. In the 2nd Quarter-Final, Ian Bell will also join the team, which will definitely be a big advantage for the team against the Essex. The match is also now looked upon as Bell vs Cook, and that is making their fans very excited. No doubt the presence of two international cricketers will make the T20 game even more exciting. Everyone is hoping it will be a very high scoring game.
Ever since it was announced that Cook and Bell will play the game, the demand for tickets have been gone up. It is now the most exciting match of the tournament. But even though media and fans are only giving attention to these players one can not really underestimate the other players in these two teams who helped the teams to reach the quarter finals. Varun Chopra is one player who showed a lot of promise and he is turning out to be the biggest asset for Warwickshire team. Essex team management is hoping to get his wicket very soon at the quarter final.
Essex vs Birmingham Bears (Warwickshire) match also has a chance to be get abandoned or shortened by Rain. A lot of matches were cancelled because of the rain, but the worst thing is the DL method. No team wants that method to come into play in these stages of the NatWest T20 Blast tournament, where losing of one game means getting out of the tournament. The organizers said that they have all the latest technology to get the field dry and start the game very soon even after couple of hours of rain. But even for that rain has to stop first.
Bowlers were not able to make any difference in this T20 tournament so far. But in the Essex vs Birmingham Bears (Warwickshire) they can play a big role as the Birmingham pitch is known for helping the medium pacers at the start of the game. Anyway, T20 is not meant for the bowlers, so no one is very surprised with this result. We predict that the toss will also play a big role in this match as both the teams will probably try to send the opposition first and then chase a small target.
Warwickshire vs Essex Predictions Who Will Win
Essex will win this Match
Warwickshire vs Essex Toss Prediction
Warwickshire will win Toss
Warwickshire vs Essex, 2nd Quarter Final
Series: NatWest t20 Blast, 2015
Date: Thu, Aug 13, 2015
Venue: Edgbaston, Birmingham
Varun Chopra, Tim Ambrose, Ian Bell, Freddie Coleman, Recordo Gordon, Oliver Hannon-Dalby, Richard Jones, Jeetan Patel, Peter McKay, Boyd Rankin, Jonathon Webb, Chris Woakes, Keith Barker, Paul Best, Rikki Clarke, Laurie Evans, Sam Hain, Ateeq Javid, Tom Lewis, Tom Milnes, William Porterfield, Jonathan Trott, Ian Westwood, Chris Wright, Brendon McCullum, Josh Poysden
James Foster, Nicholas Browne, Rehan Hassan, Jaik Mickleburgh, Monty Panesar, Henry Ramsden, Shaun Tait, Reece Topley, Tom Westley, Ravi Bopara, Alastair Cook, David Masters, Graham Napier, Mark Pettini, Jesse Ryder, Greg Smith, Ryan ten Doeschate, Kishen Velani, James Porter, Daniel Lawrence, Adeel Malik, Callum Taylor, Aron Nijjar, Liam Dawson