Leicestershire v Surrey

One-Day Cup • Group B

(Home team first)


Tuesday 6 Aug 2024

11:00 Local Time

10:00 Your Time

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Leicestershire County Cricket Club is one of the oldest and most esteemed cricket teams in England. The Club was founded in 1879 and is based in Leicester, with the picturesque Grace Road Stadium as its home ground. Over the years, Leicestershire has won numerous accolades including the County Championship in 1975, 1996, and 1998. They have also been crowned champions of the T20 Blast in 2003 and 2006. The team is currently led by experienced player Colin Ackermann, who is supported by a talented squad including top performers such as Mark Cosgrove, Neil Dexter, and Dieter Klein. Leicestershire has a strong track record in nurturing young talent, with many of its players going on to represent England at the international level. With their impressive history and star-studded line-up, Leicestershire County Cricket Club is a force to be reckoned with in the world of cricket.

The Surrey Cricket team, also known as the Surrey County Cricket Club, is a professional cricket team based in London, England. Founded in 1845, the team competes in the top division of English county cricket, the County Championship. Surrey has a long and successful history in the sport, winning the County Championship 19 times, the second highest number of wins by any county. The team has also claimed the title of T20 Blast champions twice. Some notable players who have represented Surrey include Alec Stewart, Graham Thorpe, and Kevin Pietersen. The team plays their home matches at the iconic Kia Oval stadium, known for its rich heritage and capacity to hold over 25,000 spectators. With a talented roster and a strong track record, Surrey continues to be a top contender in the world of cricket.

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