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Royal London One-Day Cup 2019 Odds

Who wins Royal London One-Day Cup 2019?

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Royal London One Day Cup 2019

It has been only three months as curtains drew over the Royal London One Day Cup 2018. However, the excitement for next season’s One Day Cup is already increasing when the cricket county giants from the North and the South of England once again lock horns.

This year saw a new champion in the form of Hampshire, who were led by the performances of batsmen Rilee Rossouw, James Vince, Tom Alsop and Sam Northeast. Despite this being their maiden Royal London One Day title, Hampshire have performed well in the previous 40-over formats. Thus, the county will aim to successfully defend their title come May 2019.

Nottinghamshire wom plenty of hearts by scoring the highest score of the tournament and also dismissing their opposition for the lowest score. They will again be the dark horses of the tournament.

Worcestershire, winners of the North group were unlucky to be knocked out by Kent Spitfires in the semi finals and will be hoping to go one better next time. The incredible Calum Ferguson also scored the tournament’s highest score by notching 192 runs against Leicestershire. Their bowling attack is led by speedster Ed Barnard, who has the potential of making the English national team.

Kent stumbled though on the last lap, but to ensure they reach there was on enabled by the second best wicket taker of the tournament and their man with a golden arm Darren Stevens. Then there is Matt Henry, whose haul of 16 wickets was crucial for the club reaching the finals. They will also rely heavily on their ace batsman and tournament top scorer Heino Kuhn.

Yorkshire have an ace up their sleeve in the form of Indian born Carribean bowler Ravi Rampaul, who will aim to churn out the best bowling figures like the 2018 season. Traditionally though the most successful County club in England has enjoyed little success in the limited overs format, winning the predecessor of the cup way back in 1983.

Then there is Essex with the likes of ace batsman Varun Chopra and bowler Shane Snater will aim to improve upon their performances in the knockout stages of the tournament.

At the outset of the tournament in 2019, the teams might struggle to find form, permutation and combination figuring out their best playing XI. Yet some teams will take the pace of the tournament and the juggernaut for them will roll on.

Some rain delayed and few abandoned matches have never let the players’ moral go down and with each passing match we see the zeal of the players and passion of the audience rise. The pounding hearts and pinnacle of excitement has always been the key feature of the Royal London One Day Cup. The 2019 season promises some close encounters, some major upsets, many hearts to be won and yet more than a handful to be broken!