Worcestershire v Birmingham Bears

T20 Blast • North Group

(Home team first)

When


Friday 21 Jun 2024

17:30 Local Time

16:30 Your Time

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Worcestershire is a prominent cricket team based in Worcester, England, known for their exceptional performance in various domestic and international competitions. The team competes in the County Championship, Royal London One-Day Cup, and Vitality Blast T20 competition, representing the historic county of Worcestershire. Over the years, Worcestershire has garnered a plethora of achievements and accolades, including being four-time winners of the County Championship and six-time winners of the One-Day Cup. The team has produced several talented players, including international stars like Ian Botham and Graeme Hick. The team's home ground is the iconic New Road stadium, known for its beautiful views of the River Severn. With a rich history and a strong track record, Worcestershire is an exciting team to watch for any cricket enthusiast.

The Birmingham Bears is a professional cricket team based in Birmingham, England. They currently compete in the T20 Blast and the Royal London One-Day Cup, two of the most prestigious domestic cricket competitions in England. The team has a long history of success, having won the T20 Blast title in 2014 and the Royal London One-Day Cup in 2016. The Bears also play their home matches at the iconic Edgbaston Stadium, which has a capacity of over 25,000 spectators. The team is made up of talented players from all over the world, including some of the best cricketers from England, such as Ian Bell and Sam Hain. With a strong track record and a dedicated fan base, the Birmingham Bears are definitely one of the top teams to watch out for in the world of cricket.

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