T20 Blast 2022: GLO vs GLA Match Prediction– Who will win the match between Gloucestershire and Glamorgan? Jack Taylor’s team will play their second game in as many days, having faced Somerset on Friday.
On Saturday, June 18th, Gloucestershire will host a struggling Glamorgan team at Briston. Glenn Phillips’ all-round performance helped Gloucestershire defeat Glamorgan in the reverse fixture earlier this month. Jack Taylor’s team will play their second game in as many days, having faced Somerset on Friday.
They will look to maintain their position in the top half of the South group, helped by the return of former Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir to the squad. Meanwhile, Glamorgan have struggled in this year’s T20 Blast, with only three wins in eight appearances, an abysmal record that places them second last in the points table.
Match Details GLO vs GLA
Venue: County Ground, Bristol
Date and Time: June 18, 2022, 7:00 PM IST
Live Streaming: Goawin Sports Free Live Streaming
The County Ground at Briston was a batting paradise in the early stages of the tournament, but batters have struggled recently, with bowlers having more fun on the pitch. The team that wins the toss will try to bowl first and take advantage of the bowling conditions in the early stages of the game.
Probable Playing XIs: GLO vs GLA
Miles Hammond, James Bracey (wk), Ian Cockbain, Glenn Phillips, Jack Taylor (c), Ryan Higgins, Benny Howell, Tom Smith, David Payne, Zak Chappell, Josh Shaw
David Lloyd (c), Sam Northeast, Colin Ingram, Kiran Carlson, Alex Horton (wk), Edward Byrom, Daniel Douthwaite, James Weighell, James Harris, Prem Sisodiya, Michael Hogan.
Probable Top Performers
Probable best batter of the match: Sam Northeast
Opener Sam Northeast has been one of the few bright spots in Glamorgan’s dreadful season. The 32-year-old has 256 runs in eight matches for Glamorgan, with a healthy average of 42.66. The right-hand batter will look to build on his recent success and score big against Gloucestershire.
Probable best bowler of the match: David Payne
Gloucestershire’s David Payne has been outstanding for his team this season, leading the tournament in wicket-taking with 17 wickets. His bowling figures of 4/15 are one of the best of the season, and he will look to add to that total against Glamorgan.