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All-round Livingstone hands Leicestershire handsome thrashing

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Liam Livingstone picked up 4 for 17.

Liam Livingstone picked up Four for 17. © Getty

Liam Livingstone’s all-round display ensured Lancashire sealed their fourth in 5 video games with their newest coming towards Leicestershire – by eight wickets – at Grace Road on Wednesday (July 18). Set a modest 143 to win after Livingstone picked up Four for 17, Lancashire cruised previous the entire in 16.Four overs with the allrounder scoring 28 off 11.

Leicestershire most sensible 3 were given off to begins. Neil Dexter made 30, Cameron Delport raced to 25 off 13 whilst Mark Cosgrove chipped in with a promising 31 off 21. And then, they didn’t kick on with Dexter and Cosgrove falling to Livingstone. From 41 for no loss within the fourth over to 88 for 1 within the 10th, Leicestershire regarded excellent for lots extra.

Livingstone brushed aside Colin Ackermann and Mohammad Nabi in fast succession to stay the entire in test.

Leicestershire wanted early wickets whilst Lancashire wanted good batting early on in difficult chase. However, Livingstone determined to tee off from the first actual over and collected 3 limitations with Mohammad Abbas on the receiving finish. Zack Chappell too bore the brunt as Lancashire’s opening duo of Alex Davies and Livingstone posted 40 in 3 overs.

Livingstone fell for 28 off 11 however his attack lowered the objective into a virtually regimen chase. Davies remained unbeaten on 51 and ensured there have been no hiccups within the chase.

Brief ratings: Leicestershire 142 in 19.Four overs (Liam Livingstone Four-17) misplaced to Lancashire 146/2 in 16.Four overs (Alex Davies 51*) by way of 8 wickets.

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