Warwickshire vs Lancashire, North Group - Live Cricket Score

Vitality Blast, 2023 | 29 May 2023, Mon, 7:00 PM IST | Edgbaston, Birmingham

ResultWarwickshire won by 7 wickets


98/10 (14.5 ov)



99/3 (14.2 ov)

Luke WellsLuke Wellsc & b Dan Mousley9111081.82
Josh BohannonJosh Bohannon(wk)b GJ Maxwell340075.00
Steven CroftSteven Croftc HJH Brookes b Dan Mousley221331169.23
Daryl MitchellDaryl Mitchellc Dan Mousley b Jake Lintott181102163.64
Liam LivingstoneLiam Livingstoneb Dan Mousley12160075.00
Colin de GrandhommeColin de Grandhommec Chris Benjamin b Jake Lintott150020.00
George BellGeorge BellNot out10110090.91
Tom HartleyTom Hartleyc HJH Brookes b DR Briggs181111163.64
Luke WoodLuke Woodc RM Yates b DR Briggs340075.00
Saqib MahmoodSaqib Mahmoodb DR Briggs02000.00
Matt ParkinsonMatt Parkinsonlbw b DR Briggs01000.00
Extra( b - 0, w - 1, no - 0, lb - 1, p - 0 )2
Total( 6.61 Runs per over )98 (10 Wkts, 14.5 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

10-1 (Josh Bohannon, 1.4), 14-2 (Luke Wells, 2.6), 42-3 (Steven Croft, 5.1), 62-4 (Daryl Mitchell, 7.6), 66-5 (Colin de Grandhomme, 9.3), 68-6 (Liam Livingstone, 10.1), 90-7 (Tom Hartley, 12.4), 98-8 (Luke Wood, 14.2), 98-9 (Saqib Mahmood, 14.4), 98-10 (Matt Parkinson, 14.5)

Henry Brookes202600013.00
Glenn Maxwell30191006.33
Dan Mousley30133014.33
Danny Briggs3.50154003.91
Jake Lintott30242008.00

Robert YatesRobert Yatesc Colin de Grandhomme b Matt Parkinson302422125.00
Alex DaviesAlex Davies(wk)Not out513961130.77
Glenn MaxwellGlenn Maxwellb T Hartley230066.67
Sam HainSam Hainb LWP Wells8110072.73
Dan MousleyDan MousleyNot out590055.56
Did Not Bat: Chris Benjamin (wk), Ed Barnard, Jake Lintott, Danny Briggs, Craig Miles, Henry Brookes
Extra( b - 0, w - 3, no - 0, lb - 0, p - 0 )3
Total( 6.91 Runs per over )99 (3 Wkts, 14.2 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

50-1 (Robert Yates, 6.4), 62-2 (Glenn Maxwell, 7.4), 86-3 (Sam Hain, 11.3)

Luke Wood30270029.00
Saqib Mahmood20120006.00
Liam Livingstone20130006.50
Matt Parkinson3.20181015.40
Tom Hartley202010010.00
Luke Wells2091004.50



Vitality Blast

Date & Time

29 May 2023, Mon, 7:00 PM IST


Lancashire elected to bat


Edgbaston, Birmingham


Paul Pollard (England), Richard Illingworth (England)

Match Referee

Jason Swift (England)

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Clear Sky

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ScoreAvg 1st Inning Score


PredictionWin Prediction



Warwickshire will lock horns with Lancashire in a league match of the Vitality Blast 2023 at the Edgbaston in Birmingham on May 29. Warwickshire have played two matches where they have won both and are third in the rankings of North Group. Lancashire, on the other hand, have played and won all three of their matches so far and are sitting at the top of the table.

Warwickshire squared off against Leicestershire in their last encounter where Leicestershire won the toss and elected to bat. Choosing to bat they tried to make the most of it and were quite successful in doing so. They had a good opening partnership of 49 runs in just five overs. They lost a couple of more wickets regularly but runs were scored decently as well. At the end of the first innings, they posted a total of 166 runs at the loss of seven wickets. Warwickshire, on the other hand, did not start too well as they had lost two wickets within three overs. But a solid third wicket partnership between Sam Hain and Glenn Maxwell, did not just pull them back on track but put them in driving position as well. Warwickshire won the match by five wickets with more than 15 balls to spare.
Lancashire had played against Nottinghamshire in their last match where the toss was won by Lancashire and they chose to bat. Batting on a fresh track, Lancashire batters capitalised it well and made good use of the powerplay. Daryl Mitchell came out to bat at four and turned the tides around completely, after two wickets. He played a brilliant innings of 85 runs off just 41 balls which helped Lancashire post a huge target of 209 runs. Nottinghamshire did not start at all the way they would have liked to, as they lost both their openers on their combined total of two runs. Their middle order did support them and pulled them back in the game but too many balls were spent in the recovery mode, the result of which was, they fell short of 22 runs and Lancashire won the match.

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