WHo Will Win Today Match Prediction-Sussex vs Worcestershire 3rd Quarter-Final Match Vitality T20 Blast 2019

Full details of today’s match prediction

The third quarter-final match of the Vitality T20 Blast 2019 is to be played on Friday, 6 September 2019 between Sussex and Worcestershire at County Ground, Howe. Today, we are posting safe, accurate and safe post match prediction for all matches of T20 Blast.

The Sussex Sharks had a great performance in all their previous matches played this season of the Vitality T20 Blast. He played 14 matches and lost only three matches. They had one match tie and two matches ended with no result. After the end of the league stage matches, they are leading the massive run rate in the South Group points table with 19 points and among all other teams. He lost his most recent match against Gloucestershire by a margin of three wickets.

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The Sussex Sharks lost the toss and were asked to bat first. The performance of the Sussex Sharks batting order was not very impressive. From his side only three batsmen scored some runs on the board. Delray Rosslin was the most successful batsman for his side, scoring 69 runs with the help of eight fours and two maximum sixes. Captain, Luke Wright also had a great performance in that match. He scored 41 runs while David Wiese scored 26 runs. No other batsman could manage to score some big runs from his side. Their eight batsmen could not even enter double digits. He scored 163 runs in his 20-over innings. Sussex’s bowling unit could not perform well and could not defend the target of 164 runs. Will Beer and Delray Rawlins won two matches while Reece Topley and Chris Jordan got one wicket each in that match.

Worcestershire has averaged in this season of T20 Blast. He played 14 matches with six wins and five defeats. Their three matches ended without any result. At the end of the league stage matches, they are ranked fourth in the points group of the north group. They lost their most recent match against Northamptonshire by a margin of seven wickets. He won the toss and decided to bat first in that match.

Worcestershire’s batting order performed brilliantly in that match. He scored a total of 188 runs in his 20-over innings. Captain Moin Ali had a great performance with the bat. He scored 51 runs off only 31 balls with the help of four fours and the same number of sixes. Rikki Wessels scored 45 runs while Ben Cox was 44 not out. Worcestershire’s bowling unit failed to perform well in that match. They could not defend the target of 189 runs and 189 runs were charged in 18.5 overs. In that match, Patrick Brown, Captain, Moin Ali and Ed Bernard took one wicket each.

Our Match Prediction


Favorite team in today’s match prediction

Sussex’s performance in all the previous matches played was superb.
Sussex has been the better side overall, both on paper and performance-wise.
Laurie Evans, Luke Wright, Phil Salt and Reece Topley have been in great form
Benefits of home ground can also help Sussex
Both teams are expected to win today’s match
Sussex had won eight of their 14 matches played. He has a strong bowling and batting unit, so today the chances of winning the match for Sussex Sharks have increased. The equation for both teams’ winning chances for today’s match is as follows.

Toss prediction in today’s match prediction

Toss vitality will play a key role in the decision of all matches in the T20 Blast. As predicted by our toss, it is much easier to defend the conditions in England than to chase, the team that wins the toss will choose to bat first.

Pitch Report and Conditions

The third quarter-final match of the Witness T20 Blast is to be played at County Ground, Hove. The pitch here at this stadium is expected to be flat and a great favorite for batting. It has a good amount of speed and bounce. We may have some high scoring matches here. For the Seamers, the pitch can be of some help.

Weather report for today’s match

The weather forecast for Howe is good for a cricket match. There is a possibility of rain during this match but we are expecting a full match without any disturbances.