Worcestershire vs Nottinghamshire, North Group - Live Cricket Score

Vitality Blast, 2023 | 22 Jun 2023, Thur, 10:00 PM IST | Grace Road, Leicester

ResultWorcestershire won by 5 wickets


139/8 (20 ov)



140/5 (18.3 ov)

Joe ClarkeJoe Clarke(wk)c Pat Brown b BL D'Oliveira191801105.56
Alex HalesAlex Halesc OB Cox b DY Pennington01000.00
Lyndon JamesLyndon Jamesb Mitchell Santner6510120.00
Matthew MontgomeryMatthew Montgomeryc Usama Mir b BL D'Oliveira393951100.00
Haseeb HameedHaseeb Hameedc Kashif Ali b Mitchell Santner181710105.88
Tom MooresTom Moores(wk)Not out312403129.17
Shaheen AfridiShaheen Afridic Pat Brown b Usama Mir120050.00
Steven MullaneySteven Mullaneyc Mitchell Santner b Pat Brown6410150.00
Calvin HarrisonCalvin Harrisonb Pat Brown01000.00
Matthew CarterMatthew CarterNot out14920155.56
Did Not Bat: Jake Ball
Extra( b - 0, w - 3, no - 0, lb - 2, p - 0 )5
Total( 6.95 Runs per over )139 (8 Wkts, 20 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

1-1 (Alex Hales, 0.2), 8-2 (Lyndon James, 1.2), 61-3 (Joe Clarke, 9.2), 70-4 (Matthew Montgomery, 11.2), 90-5 (Haseeb Hameed, 15.1), 105-6 (Shaheen Afridi, 16.1), 115-7 (Steven Mullaney, 17.3), 115-8 (Calvin Harrison, 17.4)

Dillon Pennington40191004.75
Mitchell Santner40312027.75
Matthew Waite1090009.00
Patrick Brown404420111.00
Usama Mir40191004.75
Brett D'Oliveira30152005.00

Brett D'OliveiraBrett D'Oliveirac H Hameed b Calvin Harrison362751133.33
Jack HaynesJack Haynesc S Afridi b JT Ball250040.00
Mitchell SantnerMitchell Santnerc & b M Carter13162081.25
Adam HoseAdam HoseNot out333130106.45
Kashif AliKashif Alib SJ Mullaney7710100.00
Ben CoxBen Cox(wk)b Calvin Harrison01000.00
Ed PollockEd PollockNot out382550152.00
Did Not Bat: Matthew Waite, Patrick Brown, Usama Mir, Dillon Pennington
Extra( b - 4, w - 4, no - 2, lb - 1, p - 0 )11
Total( 7.57 Runs per over )140 (5 Wkts, 18.3 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

27-1 (Jack Haynes, 2.4), 53-2 (Mitchell Santner, 7.1), 68-3 (Brett D'Oliveira, 9.2), 79-4 (Kashif Ali, 10.6), 80-5 (Ben Cox, 11.3)

Shaheen Afridi3.30250007.14
Lyndon James102201022.00
Jake Ball30231027.67
Matthew Carter40311007.75
Steven Mullaney40181024.50
Calvin Harrison30162005.33



Vitality Blast

Date & Time

22 Jun 2023, Thur, 10:00 PM IST


Worcestershire elected to bowl


Grace Road, Leicester


Hassan Adnan (England), Paul Baldwin (England)

Match Referee

Peter Such (England)

weatherWeather Report

Clear Sky

pitchPitch Condition


ScoreAvg 1st Inning Score


PredictionWin Prediction



Worcestershire will take on Nottinghamshire in the 97th game of the Vitality Blast 2023 on Thursday (June 20) at the New Road in Worcester. Worcestershire have won six out of ten games and are on a two-match winning streak. Nottinghamshire are on a great run and have won four out of their last five encounters this season. They have won a total of seven out of 11 games.

In Worcestershire's recent game against Lancashire, Lancashire chose to bat after winning the toss. They had a poor start, losing four wickets in the PowerPlay. However, a partnership of 98 runs between Rob Jones and Jos Buttler helped Lancashire reach a total of 164 runs for the loss of eight wickets in 20 overs. Patrick Brown was the standout bowler for Worcestershire, taking three wickets for 32 runs in three overs. In their chase, Worcestershire also had a shaky start, losing their first wicket early. Mitchell Santner, who was promoted up the batting order, and Jack Haynes formed an 81-run partnership for the third wicket. Haynes later had a 54-run partnership with Adam Hose, which secured the victory for Worcestershire. They won the match by seven wickets with 14 balls remaining.

Nottinghamshire's previous match was against Leicestershire on Tuesday, where they won the toss and elected to bat. Joe Clarke continued his good form in the season by scoring another half-century, helping Nottinghamshire reach a total of 165 runs for the loss of eight wickets in 20 overs. Apart from Clarke, no other batter crossed the 30-run mark for Nottinghamshire. Tom Scriven was exceptional with the ball, taking four wickets for 21 runs in four overs, while Callum Parkinson dismissed three Nottinghamshire batters, conceding 22 runs in his four overs. Nick Welch and Peter Handscomb provided a solid opening partnership of 63 runs for Leicestershire. However, they lost a few wickets during the middle overs, which affected their run rate. Wiaan Mulder made 38 runs off 26 deliveries, but Leicestershire could only score 143 runs for the loss of eight wickets in 20 overs, resulting in a 22-run defeat.

Playing XI