Essex vs Gloucestershire Live Cricket Score, TV Channels & Live Streaming
RL – Royal London One-Day Cup 2017 South Group match between Essex v Gloucestershire on May 04 at County Ground, Chelmsford, match starts at 10:00 AM GMT.
The competition features two groups of nine teams, with the top four teams from each group progressing to the quarter-finals. The Royal London One-Day Cup is a fifty-over limited overs cricket competition for the England and Wales first-class counties.
Royal London One-Day Cup 2017 TV Channels & Live Streaming
Sky Sports hold broadcasting rights for Royal London One-Day Cup 2017, English Domestic tournament Royal London One-Day Cup 2017 feature 77 ODI matches (Two Quarter final, Two Semi-final and Final), and some matches live telecast available on Sky Sports 2 HD.
RL – Royal London One-Day Cup 2017 Live Streaming & TV Telecast: Sky Sports 2 HD
Essex vs Gloucestershire Live Score, South Group, Royal London One-Day Cup 2017
Essex won by 29 runs
315/8 (50 ovs)
286/8 (50 ovs)
|Date||May 04, 2017|
|Match||Essex vs Gloucestershire, South Group|
|Venue||County Ground, Chelmsford|
|Time||10:00 AM GMT, 11:00 AM LOCAL|
|Points Table||Royal London One-Day Cup 2017 Points Table|
|TV & Streaming||Royal London One-Day Cup 2017 TV & Live Streaming|
|Tournament||Royal London One-Day Cup 2017|
|Prediction||Essex to win|
Gloucestershire opt to bowl
|Essex Playing XI||Alastair Cook, Nick Browne, Tom Westley, Varun Chopra, Ravi Bopara, Adam Wheater (wk), Ryan ten Doeschate (c), Ashar Zaidi, Simon Harmer, Neil Wagner, Matthew Quinn|
|Gloucestershire Playing XI||Phil Mustard (wk), Michael Klinger (c), Chris Dent, Ian Cockbain, Kieran Noema-Barnett, Jack Taylor, Benny Howell, Thomas Smith, Liam Norwell, Chris Liddle, Matt Taylor|
|Result||Essex won by 29 runs|
Gloucestershire RLODC – Royal London One-Day Cup 2017: Michael Klinger, Phil Mustard, Chris Dent, Ian Cockbain, Graeme van Buuren, Benny Howell, Kieran Noema-Barnett, Liam Norwell, Chris Liddle, Matt Taylor, Craig Miles
Essex RLODC – Royal London One-Day Cup 2017: Ryan ten Doeschate(c), Varun Chopra, Nick Browne, Simon Harmer, Neil Wagner, Tom Westley, Ravi Bopara, Alastair Cook, Daniel Lawrence, Adam Wheater, James Porter, Callum Taylor, Matthew Quinn, Ashar Zaidi