Derby, May 23 at 03:30 PM IST/11:00 AM Local
In the next fixture of the Royal One Day Cup, we have a team who has been doing well so far in the tournament but have dropped down to the second position because of their low net run rate in every game. However, the home team has done things alright so far and with two consecutive wins they are riding high on confidence and they would try to make it three at home. However, the away team has played two matches and have won one so they would try to make it two wins and is expected to bounce back at The Rose Bowl, Southampton.
Read on for HAM vs ESS Dream11 Team News and Hampshire vs Essex Playing11.
Speaking of the HAM vs ESS Playing 11, here’s how the two sides can line-up.
Wicketkeeper- Lewis McManus
Batsmen- James Vince (C), Rilee Rossouw, Hashim Amla, Joe Weatherley, Jimmy Adams
All-rounder- Gareth Berg, Brad Taylor
Bowlers- Mason Crane, Reece Topley, Fidel Edwards
Wicketkeeper: Adam Wheater
Batsmen- Varun Chopra, Daniel Lawrence
All-rounder- Callum Taylor, Ryan ten Doeschate (c), Ravi Bopara, Ashar Zaidi
Bowlers- Shane Snater, Samuel Cook, Simon Harmer, Paul Walter/Matt Quinn/Matt Coles
James Vince (c), Jimmy Adams, Chris Wood, Brad Taylor, Gareth Berg, Hashim Amla, Mason Crane, Tom Alsop, Chris Sole, Reece Topley, Fidel Edwards, Brad Wheal, Joe Weatherley, Rilee Rossouw, Lewis McManus
Ryan ten Doeschate (c), Ravi Bopara, Varun Chopra, Sam Cook, James Foster, Simon Harmer, Dan Lawrence, Shane Snater, Callum Taylor, Neil Wagner, Tom Westley, Adam Wheater, Ashar Zaidi
In wicket keeping, Adam Wheater both will be a good choice.
In batsmen, Hashim Amla, Rilee Rossouw, Varun Chopra and Tom Westley are must-have options.
In all-rounder, Gareth Berg and Ravi Bopara will be perfect.
In bowling, Fidel Edwards, Mason Crane, Neil Wagner and Simon Harmer will be the right pick.