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Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:- The Royal London One-day Cup is a Fifty Over Limited Overs Cricket Tournament that Play’s in England this Competition is for the Players of England and the Wales first Class Counties and the Number of Overs per Innings that has been increased to 50 Overs per side and the Competition in line with the One Day International that played at the England.In This Competition features Two Groups of all Nine Teams in Each Group with the Top Teams from each Group Progressing to the Quarter-Finals and the Groups for the 2017 Season that is based on a geographical Split and with a New North and the South Group are Participating this 50 over Tournament.

The Royal London One-Day Cup 2017 begins from Today (Thursday) with places again on offer in the North-South Series – and Andrew Strauss, the director, England cricket, has added an incentive for the competition’s most successful homegrown coach n England.

Royal London One-Day Cup 2017: Rob Key looks at the Preview and Predict to watch in 2017

Rob Key previews and the Prediction of the Royal London One-Day Cup 2017 with Warwickshire looking to defend their crown as the white-ball season begins 2017-2018 Season. The Bears’ begin their campaign with a trip to Northampton-shire on Thursday – a game you can watch live on Sky Sports 2 from 2pm – and, if you can’t wait for that, you can test your knowledge of the competition right here.

But who will come out on top this year? Here’s what Rob thinks.

Michael Lumb and Rikki Wessels are key players for Notts at the top of the order

The Winner of Last Season – Nottingham-shire

They have Michael Lumb and Rikki Wessels at the top, who smashed it absolutely everywhere last year and they play on the best batting wicket in the country in 50-over cricket. Add to that, they’ve got a very good bowling attack and they are a very good side. I think they will be the overall winners too. They have an experienced side, that is just at the top end of where they need to be age-wise – a couple of years down the line they might be too old but at the minute, they are just about perfect to make a push to win it with a blend of youth and experience.

Emerging talent – Josh Tongue (Worcestershire) Josh Tongue has impressed so far this season for Worcestershire.

South Group :- Sam Northeast will lead Kent, who have begun the season strongly

Winner – Kent

My old county and I think this is the year for Kent. They’ve started well in the County Championship, they have a brilliant captain in Sam Northeast, who has been playing very well, Darren Stevens who is 58 (he’s actually 40) but having the year of his life, he’s had a great start to the season. Matt Walker is an excellent, young English coach and is someone who should be earmarked to go all the way as a coach. I think it’s Kent’s time.

Emerging talent – Mason Crane (Hampshire)

Royal London One-Day Cup 2017 Teams and Squads.

Lancashire Squad: Pettini (capt), Cosgrove, K O’Brien, Ali, N O’Brien, Dexter, Hill, Wells, Raine, Taylor, McKay, Naik, Sykes.

Sussex Squad– Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
Chris Nash, Stiaan van Zyl, Luke Wright(c), Harry Finch, Laurie Evans, Ben Brown, David Wiese, Ajmal Shahzad, Jofra Chioke Archer, Danny Briggs, Will Beer

Middlesex Squad– Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
James Franklin(c), Steven Finn, James Fuller, Nick Gubbins, Tom Helm, Ryan Higgins, Dawid Malan, Ravi Patel, Sam Robson, Toby Roland-Jones, John Simpson, Paul Stirling, Adam Voges

Somerset Squad– Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
Jim Allenby(c), Steven Davies, Peter Trego, James Hildreth, Johann Myburgh, Dean Elgar, Adam Hose, Roelof van der Merwe, Lewis Gregory, Craig Overton, Josh Davey, Tim Groenewald, Max Waller

Nottinghamshire Squad– Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
Michael Lumb, Riki Wessels, Alex Hales, Brendan Taylor, Samit Patel, Chris Read, Stuart Broad, Luke Fletcher, Jake Ball, Harry Gurney, William Thomas Root, James Lee Pattinson

Warwickshire Squad– Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
Ian Bell(c), Tim Ambrose, Keith Barker, Rikki Clarke, Sam Hain, Oliver Hannon-Dalby, Ateeq Javid, Jeetan Patel, William Porterfield, Josh Poysden, Aaron Thomason, Grant Thornton, Jonathan Trott, Chris Wright

Durham Squad– Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
Keaton Jennings(c), Stephen Cook, Graham Clark, Michael Richardson, Paul Collingwood, Cameron Steel, Paul Coughlin, Ryan Pringle, Stuart Poynter, Brydon Carse, James Weighell, Chris Rushworth, Barry McCarthy

Northamptonshire Squad– Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
Azharullah, Nathan Buck, Steven Crook, Joshua Cobb, Ben Duckett, Richard Gleeson, Rob Keogh, Adam Rossington, Rob Newton, Richard Levi, Alex Wakely(c), Graeme White

Derbyshire Squad– Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
Alex Hughes, Jeevan Mendis, Gary Wilson, Daryn Smit, Wayne Madsen, Shiv Thakor, Ben Slater, Luis Reece, Billy Godleman, Tom Milnes, Tony Palladino, Rob Hemmings, Will Davis, Ben Cotton

Leicestershire Squad– Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
Ned Eckersley(c), Aadil Ali, Zak Chappell, Mark Cosgrove, Cameron Delport, Neil Dexter, Gavin Griffiths, Lewis Hill, Dieter Klein, Mark Pettini, James Sykes, Tom Wells, Rob Sayer

Yorkshire Squad – Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
Gary Ballance(c), Jonny Bairstow, Tim Bresnan, Matthew Fisher, Peter Handscomb, Jack Leaning, Adam Lyth, Liam Plunkett, Azeem Rafiq, Adil Rashid, Joe Root, Matthew Waite, David Willey

Worcestershire Squad– Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Moeen Ali, Thomas Charles Fell, Joe Clarke, Brett D’Oliveira, Ben Cox, Ross Whiteley, Joe Leach, John Hastings, Ed Barnard, Jack Shantry

Surrey Squad– Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
Gareth Batty(c), Scott Borthwick, Rory Burns, Sam Curran, Tom Curran, Jade Dernbach, Ben Foakes, Stuart Meaker, Ollie Pope, Ravi Rampaul, Kumar Sangakkara, Dominic Sibley, Mark Stoneman

Glamorgan Squad– Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
Jacques Rudolph(c), David Lloyd, Aneurin Donald, Colin Ingram, Chris Cooke, Kiran Carlson, Craig Meschede, Andrew Salter, Marchant de Lange, Michael Hogan, Lukas Carey

Kent Squad– Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
Sam Northeast(c), Daniel Bell-Drummond, Joe Denly, Alex Blake, Sean Dickson, Will Gidman, Darren Stevens, Adam Rouse, Wayne Parnell, Matt Coles, James Harris, James Tredwell, Mitchell Claydon

Gloucestershire Squad– Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
Michael Klinger(c), Phil Mustard, Chris Dent, Ian Cockbain, Graeme van Buuren, Benny Howell, Kieran Noema-Barnett, Liam Norwell, Chris Liddle, Matt Taylor, Craig Miles, Jack Taylor, Thomas Smith

Essex Squad– Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
Squad not announced for Essex

Hampshire Squad– Royal London One-Day Cup 2017:
Michael Carberry, Tom Alsop, James Vince, Liam Dawson, Jimmy Adams, Sean Ervine, Lewis McManus, Chris Wood, Ian Holland, Mason Crane, Reece Topley

Group 1 Nine Teams are Check Below:-

North Group:

1: Derbyshire Falcons
2: Durham
3: Lancashire Lightning
4: Leicestershire Foxes
5: Northamptonshire Steelbacks
6: Nottinghamshire Outlaws
7: Warwickshire Bears
8: Worcestershire
9: Yorkshire Vikings

Group 1 Nine Teams are Check Below:-

South Team Group

1: Essex Eagles
2: Glamorgan
3: Gloucestershire
4: Hampshire
5: Kent Spitfires
6: Middlesex
7: Somerset
8: Surrey
9: Sussex Sharks

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Derbyshire vs Nottinghamshire, North Group

Nottinghamshire (From): Michael Lumb, Riki Wessels, Alex Hales, Brendan Taylor, Samit Patel, Chris Read(w/c), Stuart Broad, Luke Fletcher, Jake Ball, Harry Gurney, Billy Root, James Lee Pattinson

Derbyshire (From): Alex Hughes, Jeevan Mendis, Gary Wilson(w), Daryn Smit, Wayne Madsen, Shiv Thakor, Ben Slater, Luis Reece, Billy Godleman(c), Tom Milnes, Tony Palladino, Rob Hemmings, Will Davis, Ben Cotton, Tom Taylor

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