||Durham will be looking at Captain Nick Speak and Australian
Simon Katich to carry them towards the cup
||Matthew Elliot, Steve James and captain Matthew
Maynard will be the key for Glamorgan to have a good run at the Cup.
||With fast bowler John Lewis in the team along
with all rounder Ian Harvey and captin Mark Alleyne, the Bristol based club
is hungry for a success in the B&H Cup.
||With new signings of Shane Warne and Alan
Mullally, the Southampton side could be challenging for B&H Cup. Captain
Robin Smith will also have to shoulder responsibility if his side is to
do well in the Cup
.It will be a big boost, knowing that Shane Warne will be available for
the full tournament, if Hampshire progresses far.
||Prodigious Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan has been
replaced by another sub-continental icon, Indian captain Sourav Ganguly.
27-year-old Ganguly recently moved to the top of the PriceWaterhouse one-day
batting ratings.Saurav will be joined by Atherton, Chris Schofield and Andy
Flintoff in their hunt for the cup.
||With Saqlain joining the team end of May, the team will be
looking at Alec Stewart and captain Adam Hollioake to steer the 1999 county
champions to a good performance in the tournament.
||With Aussie star Michael Bevan in good nick and with the services
of young fast bowler James Kirtley, the Hove club looks ready for an improbable
tournament. Alot will depend on Captain Chris Adams's form which was rather
disappointing last season.
||With England bowler Darren Gough, along with
young batsman Michael Vaughan and all-rounder Craig White leading the way,
Yorks looks strong to have a good run at the cup. Along with Australian
Darren Lehman and Captain David Byas, Yorkshire presents a formidable team
for the B&H Cup.