Cricket fanatics have a plethora of cricket matches with Glamorgan taking on Gloucestershire, Surrey clashing with Somerset, Delhi Daredevils take on Chennai Super Kings, and Durham on loggerheads with Yorkshire.
So, let’s have a look at the key players:
For Glamorgan, skipper Colin Ingram, Shaun Marsh and J Murphy will be the key batters while M de Lange M Hogan and T van der Gugten will have to lead with the ball.
For Gloucestershire, Worrall and Taylor will be crucial in bowling while Howell’s all-around performance is expected to play a pivotal role
For Surrey, the key batters will be Ollie Pope, Dean Elgar, and Rory Burns. Pope is the top scorer for Surrey in the County Championship so far.
As far as their bowling is concerned, Sam Curran, who happens to be the highest wicket-taker (18 wickets) in the County Championship, is expected to lead the attack.
For Somerset. the key batsmen will be Tom Abell and James Hildreth. Hildreth, with two centuries, is the top run-scorer for Somerset in the County Championship 2018 thus far.
In the bowling department, Lewis Gregory and Tim Groenewald will be the key bowlers.
DUR vs YOR Players to watch out for:
As far as Durham’s batting is concerned, Poynter and Wighell have been the leading run-getters in the 2018 County Championship, and are expected to lead the attack, along with Tom Latham.
On the bowling front, Weighell has been the most successful wicket-taker with 15 scalps.
For Yorkshire, Harry Brook is the leading run-getter for Yorkshire in the County Championship this season.
On the bowling front, Ben Coad has 23 wickets in 3 games so far in the County Championship and is expected to lead the attack along with Tim Bresnan.
DEL vs CHE Players to watch out for:
For CSK, Ambati Rayudu has been in pulsating form right through this 2018 season and with a hundred in the last match against SRH, he is expected to lead the batting attack against the Delhi Daredevils, along with the likes of Shane Watson (57 in the last match against SRH) and Thala MS Dhoni.
As far as bowling is concerned, Deepak Chahar (1-16 in 4 overs against SRH) will lead the bowling attack along with Shardul Thakur (2-32).
As far as Delhi Daredevils is concerned, Rishabh Pant (582 runs in 12 matches), has been the cornerstone of his team’s batting, and along with Abhishek Sharma, who scored a brisk 46 off 19 balls are expected to lead their attack.
For Delhi, teenage leggie, the seventeen-year-old Nepal spinner Sandeep Lamichhane was handed over the debut in the previous match, and the youngster was DD’s most economical bowler with figures of 1-25 in 4 overs, and will a crucial role against CSK.