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Beaver Azam Tone enables Somerset to win big


T20 BLAST, 2019

An undefeated century by Baber Azam propelled Somerset to a great victory

An Undefeated Age by Baber Azam Drives Somerset to Big Profits © Getty


Hampshire v. Somerset

The age of Baber Azam paved the way for Somerset's huge victory in their rain against Hampshire. Set to bathe, visitors competed to walk and even lost two early wickets. But the third wicket stand of 113 between Beaver and captain Tom Abel helped Somerset strengthen his pass. Abel was fired for a 36-ball 57 while Beaver went on to hit an unbeaten 102 of 55 deliveries to help his side post 202 for 4.

In response, Hampshire could never go on. Starting at the end of the second adventure, wickets kept falling as the hosts struggled to gather any momentum in their pursuit. Jerome Taylor and Craig Overton put on a figure as Hampshire were left to wind up at 69 for 6 at the 13th end when the rain stopped playing, falling 63 times less than the DLS score.

Short results: Somerset 202/4 for 20 overs (Beaver Azam 102, Tom Abel 57; Kyle Abbott 2-41) defeated Hampshire 69/6 at 12.1 overs (Sam Northeast 16; Jerome Taylor 2-12, Craig Overton 2-25) of 63 performances (DLS method),

Suri vs Gloucestershire

Sam Curran's half a century passed when Suri suffered his fourth consecutive loss, losing by nine runs in a rain hit against Gloucestershire. Choosing to bat, Gloucestershire managed 165 for 8 comfortable contributions from Miles Hammond, 30, James Bracey, 33, and Ian Cockbein, 40. Jade Dernbach, Sam Curran and Tom Curran have all taken away a bracelet.

The interruption of the rain, however, pursues the pursuit of Surrey to an affair of over 12, with the target zeroed to 104 according to the DLS method. Suri started slow in his pursuit, and just as they seemed to rise, they lost their opening ones. Sam Curran broke an unbeaten 35-ball 51, but it turned out to be too short and came a little late when they finished at 94 for 2. Gloucestershire scored two points but still remained in fourth position.

Short results: Gloucestershire 165/8 in 20 overs (Ian Cockbain 40, James Bracey 33; Sam Curran 2-23, Jade Dernbach 2-31) defeated Suri 94/2 in 12 overs (Sam Curran 51 *; Tom Smith 1-6, Chris Liddle 1-10) through 9 implementations (DLS method).

Glamorgan vs. Essex

The Cardiff clash ended with No Result with only 4 replay possible after Glamorgan won the toss and was selected on the pitch. With this Glamorgan they continue to remain at the bottom of the points table, while Essex remain two places above them.

Sussex vs. Middlesex

Olli Robinson's four-man squad helped limit Middlesex to 127 for 6 and paved the way for Sussex's 4-wicket win. Set to bathe, the visitors turned 40 to 5 by the end of the ninth. However, Stephen Eskinazi's unbeaten half-century, combined with Toby Roland-Jones's 5-ball 40, helped revive his innings and err to a respectable score.

Sussex also lost a few early wickets in response, but the handy contributions from them ensured that they would not face much trouble reworking the relatively low target, despite Nathan Souter's triple burst.

Short results: Middlesex 127/6 at 20 overs (Stephen Eskinazi 57 *, Steven Eskinazi 40; Olli Robinson 4-15, Danny Briggs 1-16) lost by Sussex 130/6 in 16.2 overs (Alex Carey 32, David Weise 26; Nathan Southerly 3-20, Tom Helm 1-26) of 4 wickets,


Derbyshire vs. Durham

Playing in the County Ground, Derby was the only one to be completed in the North group. D & # 39; Arcy Short and Liam Trevaskis were heroes for Durham, continuing to earn seven runs and maintain their place in the top four.

Durham's decision to bathe first was justified by their openings – short and Scott Steele – as the pair added 114 runs at 13.3 overs. Although they lost shortly afterwards, the visitors still managed to post a healthy total of 160. Matthew Critchley was the one who returned Derbyshire to the game, lifting openings and finishing 2 for 22 in his four overs.

Billy Godman got on board in the 20-ball chase 39, and Wayne Madson also played a similar pass, but they needed someone to make it big. The regular loss of the wickets derailed their innings and they fell seven. Turning Trevaskis' left hand saw him scalp 3 for 16 in four overs in the middle of the innings.

Short results: Durham 160/5 on 20 overs (D & # 39; Arcy Short 68, Scott Steel 47; Matthew Critchley 2/22) defeated Derbyshire 153/7 in 20 overs (Billy Godman 39, Wayne Madsen 30; Liam Trevaskis 3/16) of 7 tracks,

Lancashire v. Yorkshire

There was a lot of rain around the UK, especially in the north, which affected most of the T20 Blast games. The game of roses suffered from constant rain and was abandoned even without throwing. Both Lancashire and Yorkshire have had three abandoned matches in the tournament. While the former sits at the top of the 13-point table, Yorkshire lags in the bottom half by 6 points.

Leicestershire vs. Northamptonshire

Grace Road is also playing rain sports. Things seemed, of course, after the first innings were over, but the pursuit saw only 2.4 overs that had fallen off before the rain came and washed away any chance of result.

Lester decided to cling and lose some early wickets. The Wickets' third partnership of 64 returned the innings, but after Harry Diarden and Mark Cosgrove went into consistent overtime, the innings fell apart. Ben Sanderson and Dwayne Pretorius shared 7 wickets with each other.

Northamptonshire openings Richard Levy and Adam Rosington made them start stable 16/0 to 2.4 when it began to crumble and even 5-over play was not possible. Leicestershire are fifth on the points table, while Northamptonshire are seventh.

Short results: Leicestershire 137/9 for 20 overs (Harry Diarden 37; Ben Sanderson 4/28, Dwayne Pretorius 3/17) vs. Northamptonshire 16/0 in 2.4 overs. No result,

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