Nottinghamshire vs Leicestershire, North Group - Live Cricket Score

Vitality Blast, 2023 | 2 Jul 2023, Sun, 7:00 PM IST | Trent Bridge, Nottingham

ResultNottinghamshire won by 4 runs.


168/8 (20 ov)



164/8 (20 ov)

Joe ClarkeJoe Clarke(wk)c PSP Handscomb b Michael Finan7610116.67
Alex HalesAlex Halesc Tom Scriven b Michael Finan261322200.00
Lyndon JamesLyndon Jamesc Rishi Patel b Colin Ackermann12142085.71
Matthew MontgomeryMatthew Montgomeryb Roman Walker03000.00
Haseeb HameedHaseeb Hameedb Tom Scriven232120109.52
Tom MooresTom Moores(wk)c Louis Kimber b Roman Walker683982170.00
Imad WasimImad Wasimc Nick Welch b Michael Finan8140057.14
Shaheen AfridiShaheen Afridist PSP Handscomb b Callum Parkinson01000.00
Calvin HarrisonCalvin HarrisonNot out10800125.00
Matthew CarterMatthew CarterNot out120050.00
Did Not Bat: Jake Ball
Extra( b - 4, w - 4, no - 2, lb - 3, p - 0 )13
Total( 8.40 Runs per over )168 (8 Wkts, 20 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

14-1 (Joe Clarke, 1.2), 40-2 (Alex Hales, 3.6), 41-3 (Matthew Montgomery, 4.4), 58-4 (Lyndon James, 6.6), 94-5 (Haseeb Hameed, 11.2), 146-6 (Imad Wasim, 16.6), 147-7 (Shaheen Afridi, 17.2), 160-8 (Tom Moores, 18.6)

Callum Parkinson40371009.25
M Finan40393129.80
Roman Walker40282027.00
Colin Ackermann40381009.50
Tom Scriven40191004.75

Peter HandscombPeter Handscomb(wk)c AD Hales b S Afridi01000.00
Wiaan MulderWiaan MulderNot out835092166.00
Rishi PatelRishi Patelc AD Hales b M Carter372042185.00
Colin AckermannColin Ackermannc LW James b Calvin Harrison111110100.00
Lewis HillLewis Hill(wk)b Calvin Harrison140025.00
Louis KimberLouis Kimber(wk)c H Hameed b IM Wasim130033.33
Nick WelchNick Welchc M Carter b IM Wasim480050.00
Tom ScrivenTom Scrivenc IM Wasim b M Carter181411128.57
Roman WalkerRoman Walkerc AD Hales b S Afridi150020.00
M FinanM FinanNot out5400125.00
Did Not Bat: Callum Parkinson
Extra( b - 1, w - 1, no - 0, lb - 1, p - 0 )3
Total( 8.20 Runs per over )164 (8 Wkts, 20 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

0-1 (Peter Handscomb, 0.1), 70-2 (Rishi Patel, 5.5), 90-3 (Colin Ackermann, 9.1), 92-4 (Lewis Hill, 9.6), 95-5 (Louis Kimber, 10.5), 103-6 (Nick Welch, 12.6), 144-7 (Tom Scriven, 17.3), 145-8 (Roman Walker, 18.2)

Shaheen Afridi40262006.50
Matthew Carter40342018.50
Imad Wasim40242006.00
Jake Ball404700011.75
Calvin Harrison40312007.75



Vitality Blast

Date & Time

2 Jul 2023, Sun, 7:00 PM IST


Nottinghamshire elected to bat


Trent Bridge, Nottingham


Ben Peverall (England), Richard Kettleborough (England)

Match Referee

Wayne Noon (England)

weatherWeather Report

Partly Cloudy

pitchPitch Condition


ScoreAvg 1st Inning Score


PredictionWin Prediction



Trent Bridge, Nottingham will host 125th match of Vitality T20 Blast 2023 which will be played between Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire on 2 July. It will be a North Group fixture. Nottinghamshire has won 7 out of 13 games so far. On the other hand, Leicestershire has won only 2 out of 13 games.

Nottinghamshire squared off against Warwickshire in their last match where they faced a defeat by 2 wickets. They were bundled out on the score of 168 in 20 overs. Wicket-keeper batter Tom Moores was the highest scorer for them with 73(42). Whereas Lynon James 37(27) and Joe Clarke 26(23) also had the important role in posting a total of 168. Pacer Hasan Ali and Spinner Jake Lintott scalped 3 wickets each. Glenn Maxwell grabbed 2 wickets. Warwickshire got off to a horrible start as they lose 4 wickets in the very 1st over bowled by Shaheen Afridi. His swinging deliveries were unplayable and Alex Davies, Chris Benjamin, Dan Mousely and Ed Barnard were clueless and lost their wickets. But Opener Robert Yates played a brilliant knock of 65 runs off 46 balls. Jacob Bethell 27(21) and Jake Lintott 27(22) had important contribution in Nottinghamshire's win. Henry Brookes sealed the game for Nottinghamshire in 20th over. So, Nottinghamshire survived a horrible start and came out victorious by 2 wickets.

Leicestershire had a forgettable season as they have won only 2 out of their 13 games. They squared off against Derbyshire in their previous match where they faced a defeat by 71 runs. Derbyshire posted 231-4 on the board with Thomas Wood scoring 110*(57) and Harry Came's 56(36). Skipper Leus Du Plooy's 30(15) helped them to post a mammoth total of 231-4. While Chasing 232 Leicestershire bundled out for 160. Skipper Peter Handscomb top-scored with 61 off 43. Wiaan Mulder also scored 35(23). Nobody except them scored big. Pacer Zaman Khan scalped 3 wickets. Whereas Zak Chappell and George Scrimshaw grabbed 2 wickets. So, Leicestershire will look to end tournament on a high note with a win.

Playing XI