Nottinghamshire will take on Durham in match number 39 of the Royal London One-Day Cup 2022 on Sunday, August 12 at Gorse Lane, Grantham. Durham are the currently placed eight in Group A and have won only one of their first four matches, whereas Nottinghamshire have won and lost two matches each and are placed fourth in the nine-team Group A table.
In the 2021 edition, Durham lost to Glamorgan in the final, while Nottinghamshire finished sixth in Group 2. They could win only three out of their eight games. Further, Nottinghamshire and Durham have won two matches each in their last five encounters against each other.
As we gear up for Match 39, I have brought to you the best three betting tips from the NOT vs DUR Match 39 head-to-head encounter.
Haseeb Hameed, Marcus Harris and James Bracey are my top three player betting tips for the NOT vs DUR Match 39. Have a look at it for reaping the best returns.
Haseeb Hameed is the most recognised batter in the Nottinghamshire batting line-up. The England international scored 114 runs off 118 balls in his side's last match against table-toppers Middlesex on Friday. His innings consisted of 13 fours and a six. Nottinghamshire lost the high-scoring match but their captain reminded everyone of his class and threat he possesses to the opposition team. Hameed scored 13 runs off 26 balls in the first match, while in the second he did not get a chance to bat. However, he had entered the tournament on the back of some really good outings, though in first-class cricket. The 25-year-old scored 5 and 94 runs against Sussex in his last match before leading his team in the Royal London One-Day Cup 2022. In the match prior to it against Derbyshire, he scored 196 runs in the only innings he played in the match. In the last four first-class innings before it, the right-hander has scores of 1, 70, 101 and 59. In List A cricket, Hameed has scored 792 runs at an average of 37.71 in 25 matches. He has two hundreds and four List A fifties to his name. In the 2021 edition of the Royal London One-Day Cup, he played two matches and scored 107 runs at an average of 53.50. We are expecting the talented batter to score high against Durham on Sunday. If you feel the same, head over to 1XBET and keep an eye on Haseeb Hameed from the NOT vs DUR Match 39 head-to-head encounter.
Ahead of Durham's clash against Gloucestershire on Friday, we had predicted that Scott Borthwick would score decently and he did not disappoint by scoring 45 runs off 54 balls. In the match prior to it, the Durham captain top-scored with 88 runs off 67 balls h against Somerset on Wednesday. The innings which consisted of eleven fours and three sixes helped Durham post a 343-run target and later win the match by nine runs. Durham lost their first two matches of the ongoing Royal London One-Day Cup 2022 as their captain Borthwick scored 10 and 1 in those matches respectively. Before entering the tournament, Borthwick scored 55 and 34 not out runs in a first-class match against Middlesex. The 32-year-old also played for Duham in the Vitality Blast 2022. He scored 79 runs in six innings at an average of 19.75. The southpaw remained unbeaten on two occasions. In the previous season, Borthwick played seven innings and scored 260 runs at an average of 43.33. He struck as many as three fifties. Overall, he played 112 List A matches and scored 1754 runs at an average of 24.70. With responsibilities of the team on his shoulders, Borthwick is expected again to be among runs against Nottinghamshire on Sunday. If you feel the same, head over to 1XBET and keep an eye on Scott Borthwick from the NOT vs DUR Match 39 head-to-head encounter.
Durham batsman Sean Dickson has scored 1336 runs at an average of 31.06 in 53 List A matches. He has one hundred and nine fifties to his name in the format. The 30-year-old has played two matches for Durham in the current edition of Royal London One-Day Cup 2022. He scored 11 runs in his first outing against Somerset, while in the second, he scored 40 runs off 33 balls. Durham's fifth wicket partnership which involved Dickson and Liam Trevaskis accounted for 70 runs off 61 balls. It played a crucial role in taking Durham close to the 368-run target set by Gloucestershire before falling just six runs short. In the previous edition of the tournament, Dickson played eight innings and scored 293 runs (including a hundred and a fifty) at an average of 58.60 and a strike rate of 113.13. He was third-highest run-scorer after Graham Clark and Alex Lees for Duram. The right-hand batter has entered the tournament on the back of some terrific first-class outings. He has four hundreds to his name in his last five first-class outings. A high-scoring innings against a struggling Nottinghamshire bowling unit may very well be on card on Thursday. Nottinghamshire bowlers leaked 355 runs against Middlesex on Friday. Earlier, Gloucestershire chased down a 295-run target in just 39.4 overs against the opposition. If you feel the same, head over to 1XBET and keep an eye on Sean Dickson from the NOT vs DUR Match 39 head-to-head encounter.
Haseeb Hameed to score over 30.5 runs @ 1.87 (1XBET)
Scott Borthwick to score over 26.5 runs @ 1.87 (1XBET)
Sean Dickson to score over 25.5 runs @ 1.87 (1XBET)