Yorkshire v Nottinghamshire Outlaws

T20 Blast • North Group

(Home team first)

When


Friday 19 Jul 2024

19:00 Local Time

18:00 Your Time

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Yorkshire is one of the most formidable cricket teams in England, known for its rich history and impressive track record. The team competes in the professional County Championship, one of the oldest cricket competitions in the world. They have won the championship a total of 33 times, more than any other county, showcasing their dominance in the sport. Additionally, Yorkshire has also been crowned champions of the English Twenty20 tournament, the Vitality Blast, twice. The team boasts of top players such as Joe Root, Jonny Bairstow, and David Willey, who have also represented England in international matches. They play their home games at the famous Headingley Stadium in Leeds, renowned for its intimidating atmosphere and exciting cricket matches. With a strong and talented squad, Yorkshire is a force to be reckoned with in the world of cricket.

The Nottinghamshire Outlaws are a professional cricket team based in Nottingham, England. They compete in the domestic Twenty20 competition, Vitality Blast, and the first-class County Championship. The team has a history dating back to the 19th century and have won the County Championship six times, with the most recent win in 2010. They have also claimed the Vitality Blast title twice, in 2017 and 2020. The Outlaws play their home matches at the historic Trent Bridge stadium, which has a capacity of over 17,000 spectators. The team boasts a strong roster of players, including England internationals Stuart Broad and Joe Root. With their impressive track record and talented players, the Nottinghamshire Outlaws are a force to be reckoned with in the world of cricket.

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