GLO vs MID Dream11 Match Preview:
Gloucestershire take on Middlesex on Sunday, as the tournament nears its business end.
Gloucestershire are currently fourth in the table with three wins out of the eight games they’ve played so far, a win here could do their play-off chances a world of good.
Middlesex, on the other hand, are third in the table with winning five out of their eight games.
Middlesex and Gloucestershire
August 11, 19:00 (IST)
Radlett Cricket Club. (1st game on the venue)
Klinger, Hammond, Cockbain, Bracey, Higgins, J Taylor, Howell, Tye, Smith, van Buuren, Payne, Dent, Liddle.
Dawid Malan (C), Tom Barber, Stephen Eskinazi, Steven Finn, Nick Gubbins, Tom Helm, Max Holden, Eoin Morgan, Toby Roland-Jones, George Scott, John Simpson (WK), Nathan Sowter, Paul Stirling, Mujeeb-ur-Rahman.
GLO vs MID Dream11 Team News:
Top Wicket taker Benny Howell will undergo a late fitness test after suffering a finger injury against Surrey while trying to save a run.
Gloucestershire thankfully have no other injury concerns as captain Chris Sent looks to inspire his side to a hat-trick of victories.
GLO Playing 11 (Probable):
Michael Klinger (C), Miles Hammond, Ian Cockbain, Benny Howell, James Bracey (WK), Ryan Higgins, Jack Taylor, Andrew Tye, Chris Liddle, Tom Smith, David Payne.
Eoin Morgan has recovered from his sore back and is back in the squad.
Dan Lincoln makes way for Morgan while max Holden, who was initially named as Morgan’s replacement, retains his spot.
Morgan’s return could go a long way in easing the pain of De Villiers’ absence.
MID Playing 11 (Probables):
Dawid Malan (C), Paul Stirling, Stephen Eskinazi, Eoin Morgan, George Scott, John Simpson (WK), Tom Helm, Toby Roland-Jones, Steven Finn, Nathan Sowter, Mujeeb ur Rahman.
Eoin Morgan: World Cup-winning captain and one of the most destructive batsmen in the world. Morgan should be the first name on your Dream 11 team list.
Toby Roland-Jones has been in decent touch with the bat and the ball for Middlesex after having already bagged a 5-fer in the competition. He has the contributions of 40, 1/9,7, 2/22, 1/32,0/47, 31* in his last four games.
Big Hitting Irishman Paul Stirling will be looking to get back into runs as he has only managed 90 runs in five innings so far. Although on average he has scored a boundary every over he has faced in this series.