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Vitality T20 Blast 2022 Schedule, Venue, Squads, Live Streaming, Date & Time

T20 Blast 2022 Schedule, Venue, Squads, Live Streaming, Date & Time: The Vitality T20 Blast 2022 starts today, The first match will be played between Kent and Somerset.

The group stages will take over a period of 40 days. The last group match will commence on July 3.

As per the Vitality T20 Blast 2022 Schedule, the Vitality T20 Blast group stage will take place over a 40-day period with 99 of the 126 matches to be played on a Thursday, Friday, and at the weekend.

As in recent seasons, there are 18 county teams participating in the tournament and are divided into two divisions – the North Group and the South Group.

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North Group includes Birmingham, Derbyshire, Durham, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Worcestershire and Yorkshire.

The South Group, meanwhile, features holders Kent, Essex, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Glamorgan, Middlesex, Somerset, Surrey and Sussex.

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The group stage, which comprises 126 games, will be played across a 40-day period with the final round-robin matches to be staged on Sunday, July 3.

Each county will play 14 group-stage matches (seven at home and seven away).

The knockout phase is scheduled from July 6 onwards, with the quarter-finals set to be played between July 6 and 9.

Vitality T20 Blast 2022 Full Squad:

Yorkshire

Overseas players: Haris Rauf (Pakistan – six County Championship matches, T20 Blast), Shadab Khan (Pakistan, T20 Blast), Finn Allen (New Zealand – June onwards, T20 Blast), Dimuth Karunaratne (Sri Lanka, three County Championship matches)

Players in: Yet to Announce

Worcestershire

Overseas players: Azhar Ali (Pakistan, County Championship), Colin Munro (New Zealand, T20 Blast), Dwayne Bravo (West Indies, T20 Blast)

Players in: Taylor Cornall (Lancashire), Ed Pollock (Warwickshire), Ben Gibbon (Cheshire), Matthew Waite (Yorkshire, two-week loan)

Warwickshire

Overseas players: Carlos Brathwaite (West Indies, T20 Blast), Paul Stirling (Ireland, T20 Blast), Nathan McAndrew (Australia – 10 County Championship matches, T20 Blast cover)

Players in: Alex Davies (Lancashire)

Sussex

Overseas players: Mohammad Rizwan (Pakistan, Championship & T20 Blast), Rashid Khan (Afghanistan, T20 Blast), Cheteshwar Pujara (India, Championship & One-day Cup), Josh Philippe (Australia, Championship & T20 Blast, partial replacement for Rizwan), Tim Seifert (T20 Blast, partial replacement for Philippe)

Players in: Fynn Hudson-Prentice (Derbyshire), Steve Finn (Middlesex), Tom Hinley (academy), Tom Alsop (Hampshire, loan), George Burrows (County Championship, first four matches), Grant Stewart (Kent, one-month loan – April/May)

Surrey

Overseas players: Kemar Roach (West Indies, Championship – April & May), Hashim Amla (South Africa, Championship), Sunil Narine (T20 Blast), Colin de Grandhomme (New Zealand three County Championship matches, replacement for Roach), Kieron Pollard (West Indies, T20 Blast)

Players in: Cameron Steel (Durham), Chris Jordan (Sussex)

Somerset

Overseas players: Peter Siddle (Australia), Rilee Rossouw (South Africa)

Players in:

Nottinghamshire

Overseas players: Dane Paterson (South Africa), James Pattinson (Australia), Dan Christian (Australia, T20 Blast)

Northamptonshire

Overseas players: Will Young (New Zealand, County Championship, One-Day Cup), Jimmy Neesham (New Zealand, T20 Blast, one County Championship game), Matthew Kelly (Australia, County Championship & T20 Blast cover for Neesham), Chris Lynn (Australia, T20 Blast)

Players in: Lewis McManus (Hampshire, April loan)

Middlesex

Overseas players: Shaheen Shah Afridi (Pakistan, all competitions until mid-July), Mujeeb Ur Rahman (T20 Blast)

Players in: Mark Stoneman (Surrey), Daniel O’Driscoll (Academy)

Leicestershire

Overseas players: Wiaan Mulder (South Africa, County Championship, One-Day Cup) Naveen-ul-Haq (Afghanistan, T20 Blast), Rahmanullah Gurbaz (Afghanistan, T20 Blast), Beuran Hendricks (South Africa, County Championship, One-Day Cup), Hamish Rutherford (New Zealand, T20 Blast)

Players in: Tom Scriven (Hampshire), Roman Walker (Glamorgan)

Lancashire

Overseas players: Tim David (Singapore, T20 Blast), Hassan Ali (Pakistan, County Championship – April and May)

Players in: Phil Salt (Sussex), George Bell (Academy)

Kent

Overseas players: Qais Ahmad (Afghanistan, T20 Blast), George Linde (South Africa),Jackson Bird (Australia, April and May – County Championship)

Players in: Matt Quinn (Essex), Ben Compton (Nottinghamshire), Adam Rossington (Northamptonshire, season-long loan)

Hampshire

Overseas players: Kyle Abbott (South Africa), Mohammad Abbas (Pakistan, April and May – County Championship), Ben McDermott (Australia, T20 Blast), Nathan Ellis (T20 Blast)

Players in: Nick Gubbins (Middlesex), Ross Whiteley (Worcestershire, white-ball contract), Ben Brown (Sussex)

Gloucestershire

Overseas players: Marcus Harris (Australia), Zafar Gohar (Pakistan), Naseem Shah (Pakistan), Mohammad Amir (Pakistan – three games in April and May)

Players in: Ajeet Dale (Hampshire), Paul van Meekeren (Durham), Zak Chappell (Nottinghamshire, one-month loan), Jacob Bethell (Warwickshire, one-game loan), Brad Wheal (Hampshire, two-week loan)

Glamorgan

Overseas players: Marnus Labuschagne (Australia), Colin Ingram (South Africa, T20 Blast), Michael Neser (Australia)

Players in: Eddie Byrom (Somerset), James Harris (Middlesex), Sam Northeast (Hampshire)

Essex

Overseas players: Simon Harmer (South Africa), Mark Steketee (Australia, first six County Championship games), Daniel Sams (Australia, T20 Blast)

Players in: Matt Critchley (Derbyshire)

Durham

Overseas players: David Bedingham (South Africa), Keegan Petersen (South Africa, seven County Championship fixtures), Ashton Turner (T20 Blast)

Players in: Yet to Announce

Derbyshire

Overseas players: Dustin Melton (Zimbabwe), Shan Masood (Pakistan, all formats), Suranga Lakmal (Sri Lanka, all formats)

Players in: Alex Thomson (Warwickshire), Mark Watt (T20 Blast only), Liam Hurt (Lancashire, short-term loan)

T20 Blast 2022 Groups:

North Group:

Birmingham Bears, Derbyshire Falcons, Durham, Lancashire Lightning, Leicestershire Foxes, Northamptonshire Steelbacks, Notts Outlaws, Worcestershire Rapids, Yorkshire Vikings.

South Group:

Essex Eagles, Gloucestershire, Hampshire Hawks, Kent Spitfires, Glamorgan, Middlesex, Somerset, Surrey, Sussex Sharks.

T20 Blast 2022 Schedule:

Wednesday, May 25

  • Kent v Somerset (Canterbury)
  • Yorkshire v Worcestershire (Headingley)

Thursday, May 26

  • Birmingham Bears v Northamptonshire (Edgbaston)
  • Middlesex v Gloucestershire (tbc)
  • Sussex v Glamorgan (Hove)
  • Leicestershire v Durham (Leicester)

Friday, May 27

  • Hampshire v Middlesex (Southampton)
  • Gloucestershire v Sussex (Bristol)
  • Kent v Essex (Canterbury)
  • Lancashire v Yorkshire (Old Trafford)
  • Surrey v Glamorgan (Oval)
  • Northamptonshire v Durham (Northampton)
  • Derbyshire v Birmingham Bears (Derby)
  • Notts Outlaws v Worcestershire (Trent Bridge)

Saturday, May 28

Leicestershire v Derbyshire (Leicester)

Sunday, May 29

  • Birmingham Bears v Durham (Edgbaston)
  • Lancashire v Worcestershire (Old Trafford)
  • Yorkshire v Leicestershire (Headingley)
  • Sussex v Kent (Hove)
  • Middlesex v Glamorgan (tbc)
  • Somerset v Essex (Taunton)
  • Notts Outlaws v Northamptonshire (Trent Bridge)

Monday, May 30

Hampshire v Somerset (Southampton)

Tuesday, May 31

  • Yorkshire v Derbyshire (Headingley)
  • Surrey v Gloucestershire (Oval)
  • Essex v Hampshire (Chelmsford)
  • Notts Outlaws v Lancashire (Trent Bridge)

Wednesday, June 1

  • Gloucestershire v Kent (Bristol)
  • Lancashire v Derbyshire (Old Trafford)
  • Durham v Worcestershire (Chester-le-Street)
  • Somerset v Sussex (Taunton)
  • Northamptonshire v Leicestershire (Northampton)

Thursday, June 2

  • Birmignham Bears v Leicestershire (Edgbaston)
  • Surrey v Hampshire (Oval)
  • Glamorgan v Essex (Cardiff)

Friday, June 3

  • Gloucestershire v Essex (Bristol)
  • Kent v Surrey (Canterbury)
  • Lancashire v Northamptonshire (Old Trafford)
  • Yorkshire v Durham (Headingley)
  • Worcestershire v Birmingham Bears (Worcester)
  • Sussex v Middlesex (Hove)
  • Somerset v Glamorgan (Taunton)
  • Derbyshire v Nottinghamshire (Derby)

Saturday, June 4

Hampshire v Sussex (Southampton)

Sunday, June 5

  • Kent v Middlesex (Canterbury)
  • Birmingham Bears v Notts Outlaws (Edgbaston)
  • Durham v Northamptonshire (Chester-le-Street)
  • Worcestershire v Leicestershire (Worcester)
  • Glamorgan v Surrey (Cardiff)

Monday, June 6

Yorkshire v Notts Outlaws (Headingley)

Tuesday, June 7

  • Glamorgan v Gloucestershire (Cardiff)
  • Middlesex v Hampshire (tbc)
  • Essex v Kent (Chelmsford)
  • Northamptonshire v Derbyshire (Northampton)
  • Leicestershire v Lancashire (Leicester)

Wednesday, June 8

  • Durham v Birmingham Bears (Chester-le-Street)
  • Yorkshire v Lancashire (Headingley)
  • Surrey v Sussex (Oval)

Thursday, June 9

  • Hampshire v Essex (Southampton)
  • Gloucestershire v Somerset (Bristol)
  • Middlesex v Surrey (Lord’s)
  • Northamptonshire v Worcestershire (Northampton)
  • Derbyshire v Leicestershire (Derby)

Vitality T20 Blast 2022 live Streaming in India?

All Vitality T20 Blast fixtures will be available via BBC Local Radio stations with extensive coverage also on 5 Live Sports Extra. FanCode app and website. There will be no telecast of the Vitality T20 Blast on any TV channel in India.

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