Yorkshire vs Lancashire, North Group - Live Cricket Score

Vitality Blast, 2023 | 1 Jun 2023, Thur, 11:30 PM IST | Headingley, Leeds

ResultYorkshire won by 15 runs.


195/6 (20 ov)



180/8 (20 ov)

Man of the Match: Dawid Malan

Adam LythAdam Lythc T Hartley b Colin de Grandhomme322360139.13
Dawid MalanDawid Malanc PD Salt b LS Livingstone835084166.00
William LuxtonWilliam Luxtonc L Wood b Colin de Grandhomme480050.00
Matthew RevisMatthew RevisNot out241621150.00
Shan MasoodShan Masoodc T Hartley b Colin de Grandhomme151010150.00
Jordan ThompsonJordan Thompsonc Jos Buttler b DJ Mitchell181012180.00
David WieseDavid Wiesec L Wood b DJ Mitchell2200100.00
Ben MikeBen MikeNot out6310200.00
Did Not Bat: Jonathan Tattersall (wk), Dom Bess, Jafer Chohan
Extra( b - 0, w - 3, no - 4, lb - 4, p - 0 )11
Total( 9.75 Runs per over )195 (6 Wkts, 20 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

88-1 (Adam Lyth, 9.1), 106-2 (William Luxton, 11.5), 134-3 (Dawid Malan, 14.4), 165-4 (Shan Masood, 17.3), 187-5 (Jordan Thompson, 19.1), 189-6 (David Wiese, 19.3)

Luke Wood405501213.80
Tom Bailey101000010.00
Liam Livingstone30221007.33
Daryl Mitchell40332118.30
Matt Parkinson101400014.00
Luke Wells202000010.00
Colin de Grandhomme40243006.00
Tom Hartley101300013.00

Philip SaltPhilip Salt(wk)c & b Ben Mike16172094.12
Jos ButtlerJos Buttler(wk)c Shan Masood b Dom Bess120050.00
Steven CroftSteven Croftc D Wiese b JA Thompson221222183.33
Luke WellsLuke Wellsc William Luxton b Ben Mike21822262.50
Daryl MitchellDaryl Mitchellc D Wiese b Jafer Chohan211801116.67
Liam LivingstoneLiam Livingstonec JA Tattersall b D Wiese15171088.24
Colin de GrandhommeColin de Grandhommec JA Tattersall b D Wiese121210100.00
Tom HartleyTom Hartleyrunout (Matthew Revis / JA Tattersall)392114185.71
Luke WoodLuke WoodNot out241002240.00
Tom BaileyTom BaileyNot out3300100.00
Did Not Bat: Matt Parkinson
Extra( b - 0, w - 5, no - 0, lb - 1, p - 0 )6
Total( 9.00 Runs per over )180 (8 Wkts, 20 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

4-1 (Jos Buttler, 1.1), 37-2 (Steven Croft, 4.3), 61-3 (Luke Wells, 6.2), 64-4 (Philip Salt, 6.5), 97-5 (Daryl Mitchell, 11.5), 101-6 (Liam Livingstone, 12.5), 149-7 (Colin de Grandhomme, 17.2), 157-8 (Tom Hartley, 18.2)

David Wiese40312027.75
Dom Bess20191009.50
Ben Mike303120210.33
Jordan Thompson40391009.75
Matthew Revis40360009.00
Jafer Chohan30231017.67



Vitality Blast

Date & Time

1 Jun 2023, Thur, 11:30 PM IST


Lancashire elected to bowl


Headingley, Leeds


Peter Hartley (England), Steve O'Shaughnessy (England), Sue Redfern (England, TV)

Match Referee

Phil Whitticase (England)

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PredictionWin Prediction



Yorkshire will lock horns with Lancashire in the 33rd match of the Vitality Blast 2023 at the Headingley in Leeds on June 1. Yorkshire have won just one of their four matches and are placed in the sixth position in the rankings of the North Group. Lancashire, on the other hand, have won three out of their four matches and are placed third in the standings of the North Group.

Yorkshire had played against Nottinghamshire in their last match, where Yorkshire won the toss and they chose to bat. Choosing to bat, they started decently but then lost two wickets in quick succession. However, a 50-run stand for the third wicket calmed down the nervousness. Dawid Malan stayed till the end, providing them with the finishing they would have wanted and posting a strong 182 runs for the loss of seven wickets. Nottinghamshire lost a wicket early but were in a steadied chase after that. They maintained a proper run rate and went ahead without losing too many wickets. Strangely, due to some miscalculation from their side, even after a decent chase, they fell short of eight runs, and Yorkshire won the match.

Lancashire squared off against Warwickshire in their last encounter, where Lancashire won the toss and elected to bat. It was a match Lancashire would like to forget as soon as possible and move on ahead in the tournament. They could not even bat 15 overs and kept losing wickets regularly. This resulted in them getting all-out for a mere score of 98 runs on the board. With not too big a total to chase, Warwickshire didn’t show any rush and were scoring decently. Although they lost some quick wickets in the middle, their captain Alex Davies stood his ground and took his team home. Warwickshire chased down the total with more than five overs to spare and easily won the match by seven wickets.

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