Worcestershire will field the majority of their senior players in either of tomorrow's Second Eleven T20 matches against Leicestershire Seconds at New Road as part of their preparations for the start of the NatWest T20 Blast.

New Zealand all-rounder Mitchell Santner will make his first appearance since rejoining the County for this summer's competition in Game Two in an opening role alongside acting captain-wicket-keeper Ben Cox.

Tom Fell, Ross Whiteley, Josh Tongue, George Rhodes, Ed Barnard and Jack Shantry are also amongst those who will feature in a game which gets underway at 3pm.

Game One will include Daryl Mitchell, Joe Clarke in a wicket-keeping role, skipper Joe Leach and Brett D'Oliveira and starts at 11.30am.

Director Of Cricket Steve Rhodes said: "The majority of the first team will play one of the games and it will be a great opportunity for people to come along and see them in action.

"To see two T20 matches with some good cricket in a day at New Road will be a good occasion. I'm really looking forward to it myself."

Worcestershire launch their T20 Blast campaign at home to Birmingham Bears in Friday's sell-out clash.

GAME ONE (11.30am start)

Mitchell

Clarke (w)

Leach (c)

D'Oliveira

Hepburn

Wiffen

Westbury

Twohig

Morris

Brown

Scrimshaw

12th man: Milton

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GAME TWO (3.00pm start)

Santner

Cox (w and c)

Fell

Rhodes

Whiteley

Barnard

Milton

Twohig

Shantry

Tongue

Morris

12th man: Westbury