- Match – Warwickshire (WAR) vs Hampshire (HAM)
- Date – 29th August 2023
- Match Format – 50 overs
- Venue – Edgbaston, Birmingham
- Time –3:30 PM (IST)
- Weather Forecast – Partly Cloudy, 19℃
Warwickshire vs Hampshire Today Match Prediction Preview:
Welcome to the WAS vs HAM Today Prediction curated by Kheltalk cricket experts. In the 1st Semi Finals of the ongoing English One Day Cup, Warwickshire will be crossing swords with Hampshire.
After a narrow 1-wicket win over Sussex in their last group-stage encounter, Warwickshire would be extremely confident ahead of their semi-finals.
On the other hand, Hampshire defeated Worcestershire by 10 runs in their quarter final game.
We can expect an absolute crackerjack of a contest between these two sides in the 1st semi-finals.
Top Batters WAS vs HAM
- Ed Barnard (WAR) – 590 runs in the tournament
- Fletcha Middleton (HAM) – 411 runs in the tournament
- Nick Gubbins (HAM) – 375 runs in the tournament
Top Bowlers for WAS vs HAM
- Oliver Hannon-Dalby (WAR) – 24 wickets in the tournament
- Ed Barnard (WAR) – 11 wickets in the tournament
- Ian Holland (HAM) – 17 wickets in the tournament
WAS vs HAM Today Match Prediction Scenarios
Scenario 1- If WAR bats first
- First Innings score prediction – WAR is expected to score 280-300 runs
- Result prediction – WAR will win the match by 30-40 runs
Scenario 2- If HAM bats first
- First Innings score prediction – HAM is expected to score 250-270 runs
- Result prediction – WAR will win the match by 5 wickets
WAS vs HAM Today Match Prediction, Semi Final 1, Who Will Win the Match?
Warwickshire to win
We predict that Warwickshire will be winning this game in the ongoing English One Day Cup 2023. The likes of Jake Lintott, Oliver Hannon-Dalby and Ed Barnard will be exciting players to watch out for in their contingent.
Team Update/Players Availability/Injury News
There are no injury news as of now. We will update if there are any updates.
Probable Playing 11
Warwickshire Playing XI
Robert Yates, Hamza Shaikh, Will Rhodes (c), Michael Burgess, Ed Barnard, Kai Smith (wk), Ethan Brookes, Jake Lintott, Craig Miles, Oliver Hannon-Dalby, George Garrett.
Hampshire Playing XI
Fletcha Middleton, Tom Prest, Ben Brown©(wk), Aneurin Donald, Joseph Eckland, Felix Organ, Ian Holland, Keith Barker, Mason Crane, Dominic Kelly, Eddie Jack