Fred Klassen top Kent Bowler vs Middlesex 2pts – 6.0 @ Unibet
Benny Howell Top Gloucestershire bowler vs Sussex 2pts – 7.0 @ Unibet
Ben Raine top Durham batsman vs Yorkshire 0.5pts – 21.0 @ Unibet
Matty Potts top Durham bowler vs Yorkshire 2pts 5.0 @ Unibet
Luke Fletcher top Nottinghamshire bowler vs Birmingham 2pts – 5.5 @ Unibet
James Vince man of the match vs Essex 1pt – 10.0 @ bet365
Aaron Liley Man of the Match vs Derbyshire 1pt – 15.0 @bet365
Ravi Bopara Man of the Match vs Gloucestershire 1pt – 15.0 @ bet365
DRS blast acca. Yorkshire/Leicestershire/Nottinghamshire/Surrey/Kent /Hampshire/Worcestershire 0.5pts – 48.5 @ William Hill
Right, Klassen, Howell, and Fletcher have all won for me this week, and they are the same price or in Howell’s case much better. No Brainers
Raine batted 3 in both warm-ups, has done so in the past and won this market, worth a small stake.
Potts Averages a wicket and a half a game and was Durham’s leading wicket-taker last year.
Liley Wins at least 1 of these a year, Derby looks incredibly weak and 14/1 for a number 3 who bowls a bit is value.
Bopara much the same, has been batting 4 and bowling in the warm, ups, quality player his kind of batting bowling suit the Bristol wicket and he tends to win this at 1/2 times every year.
Vince is a quality player, Essex bowling looked extremely poor vs Somerset, and 9/1 for an opening bat is quite generous.
As for the Acca Yorkshire and Surrey with their England players should just be too good. Derby has no bowlers and are without their best bat, Warks looked v poor today and Notts who they have next are tournament favs for a reason. Although Essex won it took a freak inning from Neesham, they look short in all areas. Worcs also looked v good against notts, and northants arent the side they were. Small stakes for an interest on a Friday night.