Lancashire were knocked out by eventual champions Essex in the 2019 T20 Blast – what will the 2020 edition hold for them?
Last year’s finish: Quarter-finals
Tournament history: After a runners-up finish in 2014, Lancashire finally won the tournament for the first time in 2015. Their best finish since has been an appearance at Finals Day in 2018, when they were defeated by Worcestershire in the semi-finals.
Key player: Alex Davies. The opening bat was key in the run to Finals Day two years ago, totalling 534 runs in the competition at an average above 50.
Lancashire Lightning 2020 T20 Blast Squad
Dane Vilas (c), James Anderson, Tom Bailey, Jos Buttler, Stephen Parry, Matt Parkinson, Saqib Mahmood, Liam Livingstone, Steven Croft, Alex Davies, Toby Lester, Rob Jones, Danny Lamb, Brooke Guest, Josh Bohannon, Keaton Jennings, Graham Onions, Liam Hurt, Richard Gleeson, George Lavelle, George Balderson, Jack Morley, Tom Hartley, Luke Wood, Ed Moulton, George Burrows, Owais Shah
A reminder of our 14-man squad for today’s game ⬇
What would you final XI be? 🤔
— Lancashire Lightning ⚡️ (@lancscricket) August 27, 2020
Lancashire Lightning 2020 T20 Blast Fixtures
Thursday 27th v Durham (Chester-le-street)
Saturday 29th v Leicestershire (Grace Road, Leicester)
Monday 31st v Derbyshire (Headingley)
Wednesday 2nd v Notts (TBC)
Friday 4th v Derbyshire (Aigburth, Liverpool)
Friday 11th v Notts (Trent Bridge)
Monday 14th v Yorkshire (Headingley)
Thursday 17th v Yorkshire (Old Trafford)
Friday 18th v Durham (Old Trafford)
Sunday 20th v Leicestershire (Old Trafford)