Notts Outlaws welcome local rivals Derbyshire to Trent Bridge on Sunday 13 September, for the first of two clashes between the sides in a week.

Read on for everything you need to know about the encounter, including:  


How to follow the action 

We hope you'll agree that our live stream – available at – has got you covered for the 2020 campaign. 

You'll be able to enjoy the exploits of the Green and Golds with our multi-camera ball-tracking setup, while action replays, in-game statistics and live reaction will take you to the heart of the action.

Plus expect expert analysis from inside the Notts dressing room.

Take a look at what to expect here...

You can also find regular live updates and video highlights throughout the day on TwitterInstagram and Facebook.


Team News 

Nottinghamshire have named a 14-man squad for the clash, with Luke Fletcher absent through injury. Lyndon James takes his place in the party.

Preview: Tom Moores on entertaining the crowd 


Hours of Play  

Play is due to begin at 2pm, with our live stream capturing the build-up from 1.45pm.

An hour and a quarter is allocated for the first innings, followed by a 15-minute break.

The run-chase is set to start at 3.30pm, with the game scheduled to conclude by 4.45pm.

There is a provision for an additional 60 minutes to make up for any time lost.


Memorable meeting


A blistering batting display from Alex Hales and Ben Duckett, and career-best figures from Harry Gurney, helped Notts Outlaws to a commanding win over Derbyshire Falcons in the 2019 Vitality Blast.

After Hales and Joe Clarke amassed a quickfire half-century partnership, the right-handed opener was joined by Duckett to continue the assault on the opposition bowlers. Their 92-run partnership put the Outlaws in control of the clash, before Samit Patel and debutant Imad Wasim added the final floruishes.

In reply, the Derbyshire top order were menaced by Gurney, the left-armer removing Fynn Hudson-Prentice, Billy Godleman and Luis Reece, while Wasim secured the scalp of Wayne Madsen for his maiden Outlaws wicket.

In dismissing Matt Critchley and castling Jaques du Plooy, Gurney secured his first T20 five-fer, and added a pinpoint run-out of Alex Hughes to a fine body of work for the evening.

Dan Christian completed the run-out of Mark Watt in the final over as the Outlaws triumphed by 27 runs.


Weather Forecast

View the latest weather forecast here. Should any inclement weather be in the offing, we will keep you up to date with the prospects of play on our live stream and social media channels.