English season is in full flow and we are witnessing some marvelous performance every day. A total of 7 matches will be played on Wednesday and a lot of talented players are in action.

So, let’s have a look at the key players:

 

WOR vs YOR Players to watch out for:

Tom Kohler-Cadmore is definitely the Batsman to watch out for Yorkshire in this match. The 23-year-old right-handed Batsman is in a rich vein of form, scoring 39, 164, 38, 0 and 63 in his last five innings coming into this match. While Indian Batsman, Cheteshwar Pujara needs no introduction here. The30-year-old right-handed Batsman is coming into this match on the back of two 50s in the last two games.

While in Bowling English International Adil Rashid (8-wickets this season) and Ben Coad (26 wickets this season) are expected to be amongst the wickets for Yorkshire in this match.

With two scores of the fifties in the last 4 innings, Tom Fell is one of the most in forms Batsmen in Worcestershire’s team. While Ross Whiteley bats in the middle for them and has played some crucial innings for his team this season. The 29-year-old left-handed Batsman scored 58, 47, 13 and 116* in his last four innings.

While in the bowling department, Joe Leech is their man as he has claimed a whopping 25 so far this season, whilst 20-year-old sensation Josh Tongue is certainly a man for the future. The Right-arm fast-medium has taken 22 wickets this season.

 

SUR vs GLO Players to watch out for:

South African International Batsman is the biggest name in Surrey’s ranks. He is also in good form, scoring 153 runs in the last 3 innings, whilst Rory Burns has scored quite heavily of late. In the last 5 innings, he has scored 295 runs, making him a key Batsman for his team.

In Bowling, with 19 wickets this season, Rikki Clarke is in good form as far as Bowling is concerned, while Sam Curran has picked up 12 wickets in the last 4 innings.

For Gloucestershire, George Hankins has scored 3 fifties and 1 century in the last 5 innings. So he is definitely a dangerman for the home team, while Gareth Roderick has finished the last two innings not out, and has 1 fifty and two scores in the 40s in his last five innings heading into this match.

Chris Liddle has picked up 8 wickets in the last 2 innings, while Daniel Worrall has claimed 19 wickets in this season.

 

DUR vs DER Players to watch out for:

The home team will once again depend on the openers Billy Godleman and Ben Slater. Both the Batsmen have been in good form and have got an ample support from Alex Hughes who has scored quite heavily this season.

In Bowling, Luis Reece, Alex Hughes, and Ravi Rampaul are expected to be amongst the wickets for Derbyshire in this match.

Durham were bundled out for just 122 runs in the last game against Lancashire. Four of the first six Batsmen couldn’t even touched the double-digit mark in that match. Despite scoring just 1 run in the last game, Michael Richardson has been in good form of late. The 31-year-old Batsman has scored a century this season and also finished not out on two different occasions. While in Bowling department, Nathan Rimmington, Matty Potts, and James Weighell remain Durham’s key men with the Bowl.

 

HAM vs ESS Players to watch out for:

South African duo Rilee Rossouw and Hashim Amla are definitely their main man in the Batting department. Rossouw has two 50s in his last four innings while Amla has been incredible for Hampshire to say the least. The 35-year-old right-handed Batsman has scored 4 fifties and two centuries in the last 8 games.

In Bowling, Reece Topley, Fidel Edwards, and Gareth Berg are expected to bowl the large chunk of overs for the home team.

Essex have some good Batsmen in their team. Tom Westley (scored 134 on 17th May) is in good form, while Ravi Bopara remains a star player for them with both Bat and Bowl. The Indian origin Batsman scored 50 in the last game also picking up 10 wickets in the last 4 innings.

Dan Lawrence can also Bat and Bowl while Pakistani Batsman Ashar Zaidi is is rich form heading into this game, scoring 82 and 101* in the last four innings.

 

LEI vs NOT Players to watch out for:

Paul Horton scored a magnificent 103 in the last game for Leicestershire and he will definitely be the Batsman opposition may target in this game. While captain Michael Carberry and Colin Ackerman bats in the top-3, but have struggled to make any significant impact. Wicketkeeper Batsman Ned Eckersley has scored some runs and also finished the last game.

In the Bowling, Ben Raine and Gavin Griffiths took a combined 7 wickets in the last game, so they are definitely the Bowlers who can make the difference in this match.

For Nottinghamshire, Captain fantastic Steven Mullaney has led from the front in the last two games, scoring 50+ scores in both those games. Whilst Tom Moores and Riki Wessels have scored reasonably well in the last few games.

In Bowling, Harry Gurney and Jake Ball have been the two stand out bowlers for them.

 

NOR vs LAN Players to watch out for:

The hosts, Northamptonshire, are in imperious form and almost all their top-batsmen are in good form. Opener Josh Cobb scored a brilliant 78 in the last game while captain Alex Wakely also came good as he finished with an important 72 in the middle.

In Bowling, Nathan Buck scored two wickets in his very first match of this season, while Ben Sanderson has claimed 12 wickets so far this season.

For Lancashire, Keeton Jennings (73) and Alex Davies (147) had a great outing against Durham in the last match and will be the players to watch out for in this game.

In Bowling, Parkinson (2-29) and Parry (2-20) were the picks of the bowlers in the last game against Durham.

 

GLA vs MID Players to watch out for:

Marsh (35), Lloyd (35), and skipper Ingram (85) made good contributions with the bat in Glamorgan’s first game in the tournament. Carey (2-57) and Wagg (2-62) were the picks of the bowlers in a high scoring game against Somerset.

For Middlesex, Paul Stirling (125) and Eoin Morgan (500 were the chief architects with the bat in their 70-run win over Somerset. Helm claimed four wickets for just 49, in Middlesex’s 70-run-win in the last match.