Kent will play against Hampshire at the Kent County Cricket Ground in Beckenham on Sunday, August 7 in their next game.
77 one-day matches will take place in the Royal London One-Day Cup 2022, which started on 2nd August and run until 17th September. The domestic 50-over competition will see some big names taking part as well. While India all-rounder Krunal Pandya will participate in country cricket for the first time after signing a contract with Warwickshire for the Royal London Cup, Middlesex Cricket will get the service of India pacer Umesh Yadav for the rest of the County Championship and the Royal London ODI Cup as well. Moreover, Lancashire have signed Washington Sundar for upcoming fixtures and he will be available for the Royal London One-Day Cup as well.
However, Kent will play against Hampshire at the Kent County Cricket Ground in Beckenham on Sunday, August 7 in their next game. Notably, Kent started their campaign with a 7-wicket win over Worcestershire and then lost to Glamorgan by 3 wickets. On the other hand, Hampshire started their campaign against Worcestershire on August 5, Friday where they won by 44 runs. And, they are likely to play a good brand of cricket as well.
The ECB will host live streams of every match on the ECB website and ECB app, to ensure you can always follow your team. As a reminder, here’s where you can follow the Royal London Cup across ECB’s channels — official website, Twitter and Facebook.
Kent – Ben Compton, Adam Rossington, Harry Podmore, Darren Stevens, Joe Denly, Matt Milnes, Grant Stewart, Alex Blake, James Logan, Tawanda Muyeye, Nathan Gilchrist, Jas Singh, Jordan Cox, Jack Leaning, Marcus O’Riordan, Hamidullah Qadri
Hampshire – Nick Gubbins, Ross Whiteley, Ben Brown, Toby Albert, Keith Barker, Scott Currie, Aneurin Donald, Ian Holland, Lewis McManus, Fletcha Middleton, Felix Organ, Harry Petrie, Tom Prest, John Turner, Joe Weatherley