YOR Vs LAN Dream11 Team: Yorkshire and Lancashire are two of the strongest and well balanced teams in the Vitality Blast 2020, but both are coming into this game having lost their previous games against Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire respectively.
While Lancashire’s loss against Nottinghamshire was not much of a surprise, Yorkshire’s defeat at the hands of Leicestershire was surely one of the upsets of the tournament.
It’s a North Group game in Vitality Blast 2020 and will start at 11:00 PM IST. The weather forecast says it will be a humid day, but the precipitation is still 0% which means the match is not likely to be interrupted by rain at any stage.
Lancashire is at no. 2 in the North Group points table with 3 wins and one loss out of 6 games. They have shared points in a couple of games and currently have 8 points in their kitty.
Yorkshire, which looked the most dangerous side on paper at the start of the tourney, is sitting at the 4th position in the table with just 2 wins out of 6 games.
The match will take place at Headingley, Leeds which is one of the most historical cricketing venues in England. It’s known to help the fast bowlers a little bit, but since it’s a T20 game, the pitch won’t have that much of grass on it. It should be a decent deck to bat.
YOR Vs LAN Who Will Win Dream11 Prediction
This is an evenly matched encounter. Even though Lancashire seems to have an upper hand based on their positioning in the points table, they won’t have it easy at all. They will surely get a run for their money as Yorkshire is not lacking potential with either bat or ball.
However, since T20 is a game of momentum and Lancashire seems to be clicking as a team a tad better than Yorkshire at the moment, they might emerge victorious tonight.
YOR playing 11 (expected): Adam Lyth, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, David Willey (C), Harry Brook, Will Fraine, Jonathan Tattersall (WK), Jordan Thompson, Matthew Fisher, Ben Coad, Josh Poysden, Jack Schutt
LAN playing 11 (expected): Liam Livingstone, Alex Davies (WK), Keaton Jennings, Dane Vilas (WK), Steven Croft, Josh Bohannon, Danny Lamb, Luke Wood, Tom Bailey, Tom Hartley, Matthew Parkinson
Steven Croft: Steven Croft has performed consistently in every game for Lancashire, not just with the bat, but with the ball as well. Even in the last game against Nottinghamshire, he scored 38 runs batting at no. 4 and then gave his team an early breakthrough with the ball in his very first over.
Adam Lyth: Adam Lyth has been really destructive at the top of the order for Yorkshire and it’s not just the runs he scores, but the tempo at which he scores them makes him a really lethal player. Lyth had scored 71 runs against Leicestershire the other day off just 46 balls with 6 fours and 3 sixes.
David Willey: David Willey bats at no. 3 for Yorkshire and takes the new ball for them and is extremely dangerous in both the roles. While he is one of the strongest hitters going around in the tournament, he can swing the new ball as well and is likely to earn fantasy points with both runs and wickets.
Liam Livingstone: Liam Livingstone has not been available for Lancashire since the start of the Vitality Blast 2020 as he has been in the bubble with the England national team on occasions, but he has now joined the Lancashire squad and in his previous outing, he clearly showed he was in good touch. Although he scored only 30 odd, his timing suggested he was not far away from a big one.