In the previous game, Worcestershire registered a 14-run win over Derbyshire, courtesy excellent contributions from Brett D’Oliveira, Ben Cox, and Charlie Morris. The county side will not make any changes to their playing XI for this all-important clash.
The team will be led by Ben Cox who will also have the services of the likes of Brett D’Oliveira, Riki Wessels, Jack Libby, and Ross Whiteley in the batting department.
Brett D’Oliveira has been their most consistent player in the batting unit this season. With three fifties to his name, the opener will be keen to make an impression with the bat in this fixture.
Australian pacer Ben Dwarshuis has shown impressive form for Worcestershire this season. The left-arm medium-pacer can swing the new ball. With 13 wickets at an economy rate of 8.24, Dwarshuis is expected to lead the pace attack.
Besides Dwarshuis, pacer Charlie Morris has put in splendid performances for Worcestershire in a previous couple of matches played in the T20 Blast competition.
Warwickshire have been a mixed bag this season and will have to raise their game for the remaining three round-robin matches of the competition.
Danny Briggs will not be available for this game as he was called to the England ODI squad for the Pakistan series. Jacob Bethell will come in place of Danny Briggs for this all-important tie.
Batting has been their Achilles heel this season. The side reached an all-time low with the bat this season after being dismissed for 63 runs. The likes of Adam Hose, Will Rhodes, and Sam Hain will need to put in notable scores for Warwickshire in this contest.
For Warwickshire, the bowlers have done a decent job this season. In the previous game, left-arm wrist spinner Jacob Lintott was the pick of the bowlers and claimed 3 for 28 in his four overs. Skipper Will Rhodes also picked up three wickets and conceded 40 runs in his four overs.
Pacer Tim Bresnan has delivered breakthroughs with the new ball for Warwickshire. In eight outings, Bresnan has claimed 12 wickets at an average of 21.16.