HAM vs ESS Dream11 English One Day Cup Match Prediction | Hampshire vs Essex
The County Ground in Chelmsford will play the host for the next South Group game which will be contested between Essex Eagles and the defending champions Hampshire. The reigning champions have started their campaign for this season on the right note by winning all the four games they have played so far.
Essex Eagles, on the other hand, after a dominating show against Glamorgan where they registered a thumping 180 runs victory, slumped to three straight loss which has pushed them down to the sixth position on the points table.
Although, Essex Eagles have had the better of Hampshire in the past as they have managed to defeat them on 4 occasions out of the last 5. This would be the added advantage for the Eagles going into this game and they would eye to pounder on this psychological advantage.
Hampshire vs Essex, South Group, England Domestic One-Day Cup 2019
Venue: County Ground, Chelmsford
Time: April 28, 03:30 PM
Hampshire vs Essex News
- Hampshire have named an unchanged 13-man squad.
- Matt Coles will be in line to return for Essex Eagles as they have announced a 15-man squad for this game. Varun Chopra is still an absentee from the squad.
Head to Head (Last 5 matches)
Essex won- 04
Hampshire won- 01
No Result- 00
Essex squad to face Hampshire:
Ryan ten Doeschate(c), Ravi Bopara, Matt Coles, Sir Alastair Cook, Simon Harmer, Sam Cook, Dan Lawrence, Aron Nijjar, Rishi Patel, Matt Quinn, Jamie Porter, Paul Walter, Peter Siddle, Robbie White, Tom Westley.
Hampshire squad to face Essex:
James Vince (c), Kyle Abbott, Aiden Markram, Liam Dawson, Gareth Berg, Tom Alsop, Aneurin Donald, Sam Northeast, Brad Taylor, Rilee Rossouw, Brad Wheal, Mason Crane, James Fuller.
HAM vs ESS Dream11 Team Prediction
With a highest score of 190 runs in this season already, James Vince has notched up 355 runs to his name from just 4 innings with an amazing average of 88.75. Among others in the batting facet, Tom Alsop, Aiden Markram, and Sam Northeast will be the reliable picks.
Kyle Abbott is the leading wicket-taker with 10 scalps to his name. Liam Dawson has been outstanding with both bat and ball as he has scalped 9 wickets and scored 123 runs from 3 innings. Mason Crane is another reliable pick in the bowling department.
With two tons from two innings, Varun Chopra is leading the way with 238 runs to his name. Although, he didn’t feature in the last game still is their leading run-getter so far. Tom Westleyand Dan Lawrence are other safe bets here.
Peter Siddle has scalped 9 wickets thus far, Sam Cook has 6 scalps to his name, whereas, Ravi Bopara has 3 scalps to his name and has got 76 runs from 4 innings.
Wicket-keeper: Tom Alsop
Batsmen: Sir Alastair Cook, Tom Westley, James Vince, Aiden Markram
All-rounders: Ravi Bopara, Daniel Lawrence, Liam Dawson
Bowlers: Peter Siddle, Sam Cook, Kyle Abbott
Our captain and vice-captain picks: Tom Westley, Aiden Markram, James Vince, Dan Lawrence, Liam Dawson, Ravi Bopara, Peter Siddle