Royal One Day Cup 2017 Final: Where to watch Nottinghamshire vs Surrey

Nottinghamshire vs Surrey Live Streaming: Royal One Day Cup 2017 final is all set to take place between Nottinghamshire vs Surrey on 1st July at the Lord’s, London. Samit Patel and Steven Mullaney scored a record 185-run fifth-wicket partnership to guide his team Nottinghamshire to the Royal London Cup final with a 5-wicket victory over Essex at Chelmsford in the semi. The game will start at 11 am local time and fans can watch live telecast on Sky Sports.

Meanwhile, Surrey reached the Royal London One-Day Cup final for a third consecutive year after defeating Worcestershire by 153-run at New Road on Saturday. The match is expected to be interesting as two strong teams of the competition are playing.

Nottinghamshire vs Surrey Live Streaming Final

Nottinghamshire played brilliantly in the semifinal and chased the target of 371 with three balls to spare. This is the highest successful run chase in an English domestic competition. All credit goes to Samit Patel and Steven Mullaney who build the strong partnership after Brendan Taylor got out for 62.

Surrey entered the Royal London One-Day Cup final thrashing Worcestershire. Skipper Gareth Batty destroyed the opponent batting lineup and took 5 wickets while Jason Roy smashed 92 off 88 balls. Sri Lankan legend Kumar Sangakkara scored 73 to set the target of 363. Worcestershire started good but failed to continue it and lost by 153 runs.

Nottinghamshire vs Surrey Live Streaming Final Royal London Cup 2017

You can watch Royal One Day Cup 2017 final live coverage of Sky Sports 2 and Sky Sports 2 HD. Online viewers can catch Nottinghamshire vs Surrey live streaming on Sky Go or on their official website.


Nottinghamshire Squad: Michael Lumb, Riki Wessels, Alex Hales, Brendan Taylor, Samit Patel, Chris Read(c), Stuart Broad, Luke Fletcher, Jake Ball, Harry Gurney, Billy Root, James Pattinson, Steven Mullaney, Luke Wood

Surrey Squad: Gareth Batty(c), Scott Borthwick, Rory Burns, Sam Curran, Tom Curran, Jade Dernbach, Ben Foakes, Stuart Meaker, Ollie Pope, Ravi Rampaul, Kumar Sangakkara, Dominic Sibley, Mark Stoneman, Jason Roy