Nottinghamshire Team Preview, Fixtures & Squad List
Nottinghamshire are a part of Group 1 of the County Championship – right here’s their group preview and fixtures listing.
County Championship 2021: Nottinghamshire preview
4/6 North Group
In: Brett Hutton (Northants), Toby Pettman (Oxford MCCU), Dane Schadendorf (Zim, UK passport), Dane Paterson (SA)
Out: Jack Blatherwick (Lancs), Chris Nash (launched)
Joe Clarke – 4 a whole lot in 18 matches since becoming a member of Notts in 2019, however solely averaging 31 in that point, Clarke continues to be trying to find the consistency to match his expertise. The 24-year-old insists he’s prepared for increased honours – now it’s time to again that up with a red-ball season of actual substance.
Tom Barber – after fleeting spells at Hampshire and Middlesex, Notts took an opportunity on the 25-year-old left-arm fast who as soon as clocked 97mph on the Loughborough indoor college. He confirmed glimpses of that categorical tempo in his three outings final summer time, incomes a contract extension and reward from coach Peter Moores, who sees a tough diamond beginning to smoothen its edges.
County Championship 2021: Nottinghamshire Fixtures
Nottinghamshire v Durham, Thursday April 8, Trent Bridge
Nottinghamshire v Warwickshire, Thursday April 15, Trent Bridge
Worcestershire v Nottinghamshire, Thursday April 22, New Road
Derbyshire v Nottinghamshire, Thursday April 29, The Incora County Ground
Nottinghamshire v Essex, Thursday May 6, Trent Bridge
Nottinghamshire v Worcestershire, Thursday May 20, Trent Bridge
Warwickshire v Nottinghamshire, Thursday May 27, Edgbaston
Essex v Nottinghamshire, Thursday June 3, The Cloudfm County Ground
Nottinghamshire v Derbyshire, Sunday July 4, Trent Bridge
Durham v Nottinghamshire, Sunday July 11, Emirates Riverside
Notts haven’t gained a red-ball match since June 2018 however their BWT Trophy marketing campaign (three attracts, two losses) was not less than an enchancment on a dismal 2019 Championship season, when the wheels got here off in dramatic vogue, shedding 10 of 14 matches after being tipped by many as title challengers.
In Clarke, Ben Duckett and Haseeb Hameed, they boast three of probably the most gifted younger batsmen within the nation, and the returning Brett Hutton provides nous to a seam assault which has lacked consistency however possesses firepower. The uncooked components are there, however the remaining product has been nicely in need of expectations for the previous three seasons.
third in Division 2
This preview first appeared in problem 42 of Wisden Cricket Monthly.