GLA vs SUR Dream11 Match Preview:
It a bottom of the pile clash in the English T-20 blast as Glamorgan take on Surrey at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff.
Both sides have had a dismal campaign so far with either of managing only three points apiece having played seven games each.
Surrey defeated Glamorgan by a whopping 97 runs when the two sides met last month.
Glamorgan vs Surrey
August 11, 19:00 (Hrs)
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff.
Fakhar Zaman, David Lloyd, Shaun Marsh, Colin Ingram (C), Jeremy Lawlor/Callum Taylor, Chris Cooke (WK), Owen Morgan, Graham Wagg, Marchant de Lange, Andrew Salter, Michael Hogan, Billy Root, Lukas Carey, Kiran Carlson, Daniel Douthwaite.
Aaron Finch (C), Will Jacks, Ollie Pope, Tom Curran, Ryan Patel, Jordan Clark, Rikki Clarke, Ben Foakes (WK), Gareth Batty, Imran Tahir, Jade Dernbach, Scott Borthwick, Amar Virdi, Mark Stoneman.
Glamorgan: Shaun Marsh is back in action which will come as a significant boost to Glamorgan’s batting causes.
He missed the last game due to jet lag but is expected to feature in this one.
Fakhar Zaman has also confirmed his availability for the next three games.
Fakhar Zaman, David Lloyd, Shaun Marsh, Colin Ingram (C), Jeremy Lawlor/Callum Taylor, Chris Cooke (WK), Owen Morgan, Graham Wagg, Marchant de Lange, Andrew Salter, Michael Hogan.
Surrey: Surrey can be without the services of Sam Curran for this one as he is expected to be part of the English test squad for the ongoing Ashes.
He will be a big miss for the side as the 21-year-old was in fine form with the ball and the bat.
Surrey’s batting has faltered severely during the tournament, and that is their biggest area of concern.
The bowling line-up in an ensemble of some the best in the league including the likes of Imran Tahir, Jade Dernbach, Tom Curran, Gareth Batty, and Jordan Clark and their performance will be critical to Surrey’s chances.
Aaron Finch (C), Will Jacks, Ollie Pope, Tom Curran, Ryan Patel, Jordan Clark, Rikki Clarke, Ben Foakes (WK), Gareth Batty, Imran Tahir, Jade Dernbach.
David Lloyd: Only Glamorgan batsman to score over 200 runs in the tournament (220), coming off the back of a 50 in the last game.
Colin Ingram: Though he hasn’t been in sync in the tournament but when it comes to T-20 he is a specialist and a must-have in your team.
Aaron Finch: The Aussie Skipper has had a decent tournament so far, and he scored 72 runs from 44 balls in last game.
Imran Tahir: The IPL purple cap holder has an economy of 5.4 in T20’s.