English T20 Blast 2019, Derbyshire vs Yorkshire, Kent vs Somerset: The day three of T20 Blast will have two matches of North Group teams and two matches of South Group teams.
Shared News: Updated: July 21, 2019 11:24:13 am
English T20 Blast 2019: Kent and Somerset are facing each other in the second match of the day. (Source: T20 Blast)
English T20 Blast 2019: The day three of England T20 Blast will have two matches today. In the first match Derbyshire won by 5 wickets (with 5 balls remaining). Derby beat Yorkshire. The second season of the T20 event kicked off on Thursday with AB de Villiers making a stellar debut for Middlesex ending their eight-match losing streak. While on day two Essex opener Cameron Delport scored the fifth-fastest century of the tournament’s history in just 38 deliveries. His innings included 14 sixes and seven fours.
The two matches of the day will be played between:
- Derbyshire vs Yorkshire, North Group at Queen’s Park, Chesterfield (7:00 PM)
- Kent vs Somerset, South Group, St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury (11:00 PM)
What time does the English T20 Blast 2019 start?
The first match between Derbyshire vs Yorkshire, North Group at Queen’s Park will begin at 7 PM (IST). The toss will take place at 6.30 PM. While the second match (Kent vs Somerset) will start at 11 PM (IST)
Which TV channels will broadcast the English T20 Blast 2019 matches?
The match will not be broadcasted in India on any television channel.
How do I watch online live streaming of English T20 Blast 2019 matches?
The live streaming of Worcestershire vs Birmingham Bears match will be available on Worcestershire County Cricket Club’s YouTube Channel.
Some notable names in the tournament are: England’s Chris Woakes (Birmingham Bears), England’s Ben Stokes and Mark Wood (Durham), Australia’s Adam Zampa and Pakistan’s Mohammad Amir (Essex Eagles), Australia’s Mitchell Marsh and Pakistan’s Fakhar Zaman (Glamorgan), England’s James Vince and South Africa’s Chris Morris (Hampshire), Afghanistan’s Mohammad Nabi (Kent Spitfires), England’s Jos Buttler and Australia’s Glenn Maxwell (Lancashire Lightning), England’s Eoin Morgan and Afghanistan’s Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Middlesex), South Africa’s Dwaine Pretorius (Northamptonshire Steelbacks), Pakistan’s Babar Azam (Somerset), England’s Jason Roy, Liam Plunkett, Australia’s Aaron Finch and South Africa’s Imran Tahir (Surrey), England’s Jofra Archer, Australia’s Alex Carey and Afghanistan’s Rashid Khan (Sussex Sharks), England’s Moeen Ali and New Zealand’s Martin Guptill (Worcestershire Rapids), England’s Joe Root, Jonny Bairstow, Adil Rashid and West Indies’ Nicholas Pooran (Yorkshire Vikings).