Worcestershire vs Leicestershire, North Group - Live Cricket Score

Vitality Blast, 2023 | 29 May 2023, Mon, 7:00 PM IST | County Ground, New Road, Worcester

ResultWorcestershire won by 33 runs.


183/7 (20 ov)



150/9 (20 ov)

Michael BracewellMichael Bracewelllbw b Naseem Shah4310133.33
Brett D'OliveiraBrett D'Oliveirac Harry Swindells b Wiaan Mulder4310133.33
Jack HaynesJack Hayneslbw b Wiaan Mulder171240141.67
Adam HoseAdam Hosec Colin Ackermann b Callum Parkinson13142092.86
Kashif AliKashif Alic Nick Welch b Naseem Shah694473156.82
Ben CoxBen Cox(wk)c Wiaan Mulder b Will Davis282321121.74
Ed PollockEd Pollockrunout (Colin Ackermann)01000.00
Usama MirUsama MirNot out321532213.33
Adam FinchAdam FinchNot out6510120.00
Did Not Bat: Patrick Brown, Dillon Pennington
Extra( b - 2, w - 5, no - 0, lb - 3, p - 0 )10
Total( 9.15 Runs per over )183 (7 Wkts, 20 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

4-1 (Michael Bracewell, 0.3), 10-2 (Brett D'Oliveira, 1.5), 30-3 (Jack Haynes, 3.3), 75-4 (Adam Hose, 8.5), 130-5 (Kashif Ali, 15.1), 130-6 (Ed Pollock, 15.2), 168-7 (Ben Cox, 18.3)

Naseem Shah40322018.00
Wiaan Mulder40352028.75
Will Davis304110213.67
Callum Parkinson40221005.50
Rehan Ahmed404200010.50
Colin Ackermann1060006.00

Nick WelchNick Welchc JA Haynes b BL D'Oliveira372851132.14
Sol BudingerSol Budingerc AJ Hose b Michael Bracewell8101080.00
Rishi PatelRishi Patelst OB Cox b Usama Mir422942144.83
Colin AckermannColin Ackermannb BL D'Oliveira120050.00
Wiaan MulderWiaan Mulderc Pat Brown b Michael Bracewell141310107.69
Arron LilleyArron Lilleylbw b Usama Mir680075.00
Rehan AhmedRehan Ahmedb Pat Brown130033.33
Harry SwindellsHarry Swindells(wk)c Kashif Ali b Pat Brown121010120.00
Callum ParkinsonCallum ParkinsonNot out101000100.00
Naseem ShahNaseem Shahc OB Cox b Pat Brown2200100.00
Will DavisWill DavisNot out7510140.00
Extra( b - 3, w - 5, no - 0, lb - 2, p - 0 )10
Total( 7.50 Runs per over )150 (9 Wkts, 20 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

24-1 (Sol Budinger, 3.3), 70-2 (Nick Welch, 9.2), 72-3 (Colin Ackermann, 9.5), 102-4 (Rishi Patel, 12.6), 115-5 (Arron Lilley, 14.5), 115-6 (Wiaan Mulder, 15.1), 121-7 (Rehan Ahmed, 16.1), 136-8 (Harry Swindells, 18.1), 138-9 (Naseem Shah, 18.3)

Dillon Pennington20140007.00
Michael Bracewell40202025.00
Adam Finch40340018.50
Patrick Brown30253018.33
Brett D'Oliveira30192006.33
Usama Mir40332018.25



Vitality Blast

Date & Time

29 May 2023, Mon, 7:00 PM IST


Worcestershire elected to bat


County Ground, New Road, Worcester


Alex Wharf (England), Ian Blackwell (England)

Match Referee

Simon Hinks (England)

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ScoreAvg 1st Inning Score


PredictionWin Prediction



Worcestershire will lock horns with Leicestershire in a league match of the Vitality Blast 2023 at the County Ground in Worcester on May 29. Worcestershire have played two matches where they have won both and are fourth in the rankings of North Group. Leicestershire, on the other hand, have played two matches which they have lost and are languishing at the bottom of the table.

Worcestershire had played against Yorkshire in their last match where the toss was won by Yorkshire and they chose to bat. Yorkshire had a horrible start as they had lost both their openers on a score of 10. However, their middle order came to their rescue and scored the bulk of runs where no individual player made a huge score but every player contributed something. They lost nine wickets but were able to post a total of 175 runs at the end of the first innings. Similar to their counterparts, Worcestershire did not have a good start as well where they lost two wickets on the score of eight. Repeating the story, the middle order saved the match then and it had got extremely interesting in the end. Worcestershire finally won the match by two wickets on the penultimate ball of the match.
Leicestershire squared off against Warwickshire 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.

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