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Vitality T20 Blast Finals Day has arrived with four teams gunning for the trophy more than three matches this end of the week. Defending champions Worcestershire Rapids face Nottinghamshire Outlaws, with Finals Day newcomers Derbyshire Falcons taking on Essex Eagles before the two winners do fight to decide the title.

Both the North and South Division winners are out of the competition, with Lancashire Lightning and Sussex Sharks losing to fourth-placed sides Essex Eagles and Worcestershire Rapids respectively in the quarter-finals.

Nottinghamshire Outlaws produced a glimmering 165/0 display to progress past Middlesex, while Derbyshire Falcons booked their place on Finals Day with a seven-wicket triumph over Gloucestershire.

On the final day of Vitality T20 Blast 2019, summit conflict will occur after the two semifinals as Nottinghamshire take on Worcestershire while Derbyshire and Essex conflict in the other. The defending champions Worcestershire will hope to qualify for the finals for the second time running. In the second semi-final, Derbyshire and Essex who both have had unconvincing campaigns up until this point, go head to head for the final spot. The summit conflict is scheduled to occur when the second semifinal gets over.

Following two months of activity-packed T20 matches, thrilling completions, crazy batting or bowling performances, and a few excruciating lows, everyone are down to the semi-final stage of the 2019 Vitality Blast.

The first semi-final will see Nottinghamshire Outlaws face defending champions Birmingham Beers at the last’s fortress: The Edgbaston Cricket Ground. The Outlaws booked their semi-final spot affability a thorough 10-wicket prevail upon Middlesex with openers Chris Nash [74] and Alex Hales [83] easily handling the objective [161] set by Simpson-led Middlesex.

The defending champions Worcestershire-then again will hope to qualify for the finals for the second time running. The two sides have met twice in the league stage. While the second game was a washout, the Outlaws endured a 28-run misfortune in the first, affability an all-round display from captain Moeen Ali (32 off 25 balls, 4-18).

Nottinghamshire vs Worcestershire | 10:00 GMT | 15:30 IST

Derbyshire vs Essex | 13:30 GMT | 19:00 IST

Nottinghamshire Outlaws

After winning their lady T20 crown in 2017, Nottinghamshire Outlaws will be started up to attempt to recover the trophy as they face last season’s champions in the Worcestershire Rapids in what vows to be a classic.

Trust in this format of the game is flying within the camp after they pounded Middlesex in the quarter-finals by ten wickets as Alex Hales (83 not out) and Chris Nash (74 not out) led them to a shocking triumph, and they will realize that a major score at the top of the innings once again will be the way in to their prosperity.

In spite of Alex Hales playing in the Caribbean Premier League and Dan Christian having signed to play for the Barbados Tridents, both will be accessible to play here as Hales will fly in while Christian still can’t seem to get together with his team, so that is an enormous boost to their expectations however Imad Wasim is inaccessible because of international commitments.

Worcestershire Rapids

Defending champions Worcestershire Rapids appear to discover form at simply the perfect time as they arrived at Finals Day by beating a strong Sussex Sharks side by eight wickets on account of captain Moeen Ali’s dazzling 121 not out from only 60 balls.

The Rapids have profited by Ali being dropped from the England Test team as he has been accessible for some key games and he has indicated exactly that he is so imperative to the team in the five matches he has played with both bat and ball.

They won the quarter-final without Guptill, Rutherford and Parnell yet each of the three is required to be accessible for this match and they will quite improve the batting line-up, and Parnell’s experience in this format will be critical to the bowling attack moreover.

Derbyshire Falcons

Derbyshire Falcons have flown under the radar to some degree as one of the less fashionable teams in the T20 Blast however they have a lot of force coming into this semi-final as they won their last four matches to arrive at Finals Day and are looking very solid at the present time.

They have not depended on any superstars to get them to this stage yet their batting has been a real team effort with Godleman, Madsen, Du Plooy and Reece consolidating to hit 14 fifties between them and that quartet have been ever-present for them all through the T20 Blast.

The bowling department has been led by Ravi Rampaul who is the leading wicket-taker in the whole challenge with 22 wickets up until this point and they will require any semblance of Critchley and Hudson-Prentice to help him in the event that they are to break through to the final however they are supported by the reality they have every one of their regulars accessible for Finals Day.

Essex Eagles

Essex Eagles are ostensibly the form team coming into Finals Day as they won four and tied one of their last five games to scratch into the final place in the South Group to qualify for the knockout stage, and after that they beat Lancashire Lightning in the quarters who were seemingly the best side in the group stage.

Their batting has been their undoubted quality in this present season’s Vitality T20 Blast and they have the more prominent capability and profundity with any semblance of Ten Doeschate and Bopara coming in at five and six, while they have the edge in power hitting as well.

The bowling has been their shortcoming anyway particularly since Mohammad Amir withdrew, in spite of the fact that they have been vulnerable all season and the dependence on Adam Zampa to produce the goods will be significant against the Falcons.

You can watch the day live on Sky Sports Cricket or online by means of the SkyGo app from 9:30 am GMT.

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The English Vitality T20 Blast 2019 matches are not being broadcast in India on TV.

The live streaming of Northamptonshire vs Worcestershire, Derbyshire vs Essex as well as the final will be accessible on respective Youtube channels of the teams.

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