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Men’s Hundred 2022: Trent Bridge, Nottingham Pitch Report And Weather Conditions

The Men’s Hundred 2022 started on the 3rd of August. The tournament has already seen a cracker of a game recently. Next up, strong teams like Trent Rockets will kickstart their campaign soon. On that note, we take a look at the weather conditions in Nottingham and the pitch report of the Trent Bridge in the city.

Trent Rockets finished third in the first season of the men’s Hundred. It was a good performance by the squad, that is based out of Nottingham. This time around, as well, they have a strong roster and will be expected to be in the top half of the table. Some of their notable players include Alex Hales, Marchant de Lange, Rashid Khan and Dawid Malan. There are quite a few players who can win games single-handedly. Hence, the fans will be excited about the team’s prospects.

Trent Bridge, Nottingham pitch report for Men’s Hundred 2022

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In the 13 T20I games held till now, teams batting first have won eight games. The average score is around 165, which is par in the game between the ball and the bat. Therefore, some of the close games in the competition could happen on this wicket.

Pakistan’s 232 in 2021 is the highest team score while New Zealand’s 110 in 2009 is the lowest team score on this track. Suryakumar Yadav recently scored a stunning century at Trent Bridge. He scored 117 runs in the chase of 216 but still could not help India win the game. This has been the best T20I batting performance on this venue till now.

Nottingham weather conditions for Men’s Hundred 2022

The temperatures in Nottingham could range between 12°C and 20°C in the month of August. This is almost similar to most of the other regions in the country.

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Compared to some of the other cities, Nottingham is expected to recieve only three or four days of rainfall in August. This is actually fine as the probability of rain interruptions to a game is less.

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