Glamorgan v Leicestershire - Wednesday 18.30
Glamorgan could be without overseas play David Miller for Wednesday's quarter final, which would be a huge loss for the home side following his blistering form in the group stages. Colin Ingram has also hit 381 runs at over 42, with Jaques Rudolph close behind on 332 and 41.50. Michael Hogan has taken 17 wickets and has been backed up by Marchant de Lange, who has 14.
Leicestershire, renowned for their short form prowess, have been led by Mark Cosgrove and Luke Ronchi, who both amassed 401 runs, however there is yet to be anyone else really stand up with the bat. They do however, boast the tournaments leading wicket taker in veteran Clint McKay, who has bagged 22 victims. Matt Pillans and Callum Parkinson aren’t far behind him ether, with 17 and 15 wickets respectively. It is here in the bowling that Leicestershire’s success has stemmed from, with an ability to defend scores, they’ve thrived.
Although the bookies make Glamorgan favourites, they've only won one game at home in this year’s competition while Leicestershire arrive with plenty of momentum having won their last four. A bet on Leicestershire at odds against is definitely worth a play.