The Vitality Blast continues to head towards the halfway mark in the group stages on Tuesday evening when another bunch of games take place up and down the country on an evening when the contenders could come to the boil.
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Two matches take place in the North Group on Tuesday evening and in one of them the leaders Lancashire get the chance to move further clear at the top of the table. Lancashire are currently undefeated in the tournament and will go to Grace Road in Leicester to take on a Leicestershire side who have shown they can win when they are not expected to. The other match sees two sides in the middle of the pack looking to bounce clear when Northamptonshire welcome Derbyshire to Wantage Road.
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The majority of the action comes from the South Group on Tuesday and it all begins with the earlier start to proceedings in Radlett where Middlesex look to get back to winning ways after a couple of defeats when they welcome Hampshire, who got off the mark on Saturday evening and need to keep winning. Kent also got off the mark over the weekend and if they are to have any chance of defending their title successfully they need to win at Essex. The other match comes from Cardiff where the winners of the match between Glamorgan and Gloucestershire could end the night in the top four of the table.
After a slow start to the season, Kent look to be finding their feet. Their problem initially was with the ball and then that put pressure on their batting but they look like they are getting there with the ball now. They restricted a decent Surrey side to under 160 two matches ago and then bowled Middlesex out for less than 140 last time out so I think they are building up some form heading to Essex on Tuesday evening.
The last time we saw Essex on our screens they were getting walloped at Glamorgan. Their two wins this season came against Kent and Hampshire, the bottom two sides, but Kent hadn’t got it right with the ball by then and Hampshire were a mess and were undone by the toss. The table doesn’t look good for Kent but I do think they are much the better team of the two here and with confidence maybe starting to disappear for Essex after a couple of heavy defeats in their last three played matches, I fancy this is a good chance for the champions to get a second win on the board.
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