GLA vs ESS Dream11 Prediction for English T20 Blast Match
Match: GLA vs ESS T20 Match Prediction
Time: 02 June, 11:30 PM (IST)
Series: English T20 Blast Match
Venue: Sophia Gardens – Cardiff, England
GLA vs ESS Info:
- Sam Northeast has hit two half-centuries in the tournament so far and we expect him to be Glamorgan’s highest run scorer against Essex Eagles. With the ball, Michael Hogan is the leading wicket taker in the 2022 T20 Blast. The Australian pace bowler is well worth backing as Glamorgan’s top wicket taker in this fixture.
- Michael Pepper hit 75 not out from 42 balls on Tuesday and is our prediction for Essex Eagles’ highest run scorer in this match. Simon Harmer has taken two wickets in each of the last two games in the T20 Blast and the spinner is our pick for Essex Eagles’ top wicket taker against Glamorgan.
- Michael Pepper has hit 20 boundaries in the competition and hit four sixes against Hampshire Hawks. He is our tip for the Player to Hit The Most Sixes in this game.
GLA vs ESS Live Streaming:
TV channels: This match will be shown live on Sky Sports in the UK.
Live Streaming: Fans can stream the match on the Fan Code app; the ECB website and app; and SkyGo.
Weather & Pitch Report:
Partly cloudy but no chance of rain during this evening game. The temperature will drop from 19 degrees to 17 degrees from start to finish.
This is the first game at Sophia Gardens in the 2022 T20 Blast but we expect a bowler friendly surface. We predict a par score to be in the region of 140-150 in Cardiff.
Both teams decided to field first the last time they won the toss. We expect both skippers to choose to bat second in this game.
L, L, W, L, L
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W, L, W, L, L
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GLA vs ESS Team News:
GLA Team News:
Off-spinner Andrew Salter came into the Glamorgan XI for the defeat against Middlesex with Joe Cooke left out after the loss to Surrey on Saturday. James Weighell was expensive with the ball in the last match but should retain his place for this match at least.
ESS Team News:
In spite of losing by 6 wickets to Somerset in Taunton on Sunday afternoon, Essex Eagles kept faith with the same XI ahead of their victory over Hampshire Hawks at home on Tuesday. Due to the strength of performance against Hampshire, we expect to see an unchanged team again.
David Lloyd (c)
Chris Cooke (wk)
Adam Rossington (wk)
Simon Harmer (c)
Small League Team: Pre-Toss
Team will be added soon
Who will win today’s match: GLA vs ESS English T20 Blast Match Fantasy Team
Essex Eagles won the T20 Blast in 2019 and are already showing signs that they could be a force again in the 2022 competition. Glamorgan have some quality players with bat and ball and we are expecting a close match. Overall we are predicting a win for Essex Eagles
GLA Key Players:
Although he has hit only 12 boundaries in the tournament so far, only five batters have hit more than the 131 runs scored by Sam Northeast.
The Australian international top scored for Glamorgan with 38 runs from 24 balls against Middlesex including five fours and one six.
The 41 year old Australian right arm fast medium bowler has taken 9 wickets in the competition and is yet to go wicketless in any game.
ESS Key Players:
The top order batter struck his highest T20 Blast score on Tuesday evening. So far in the tournament he is averaging 59.00 with the bat..
The South African off-spinner is always a wicket taking threat irrespective of the opposition or format. He dismissed Ben McDermott and Joe Weatherley against Hampshire.
The 24 year old pace bowler had a quiet start to the tournament but returned figures of 2-16 from 3 overs on Tuesday. He also bowled the only maiden over of the game.
GLA vs ESS Team Info:
GLA Team Updates:
- Glamorgan had a poor T20 Blast campaign last year and have not looked much better so far this year. They have won only one of their last five games in this format.
ESS Team Updates:
- Essex Eagles have won two of their last three games and look well set to finish higher than their seventh place in the 2021 T20 Blast.
Grand League Team: Pre-Toss
David Lloyd (c), Sam Northeast, Marnus Labuschagne, Kiran Carlson, Chris Cooke (wk), Joe Cooke, Daniel Douthwaite, Michael Neser, James Weighell, Prem Sisodiya, Michael Hogan, James Harris, Colin Ingram, Andrew Salter.
William Buttleman, Adam Rossington (wk), Michael-Kyle Pepper, Matthew Critchley, Paul Walter, Tom Westley, Daniel Sams, Simon Harmer (c), Aron Nijjar, Ben Allison, Samuel CookBenchShane Snater, Jamal Richards.