Old Deer Park, Richmond, August 05 at 7:00 PM IST
In the upcoming clash of the South Group we have the 5th placed Glamorgan is taking on the 7th placed Middlesex for a thrilling encounter. The visitors Glamorgan are in a great run as of late as they won their last two games. After their match against Kent was called off, they looked a different side in their next game and if they can keep this momentum maintained they are clearly going to win this game as well. They have played 8 matches so far in this tournament and have won 4 of them while losing 3. If they can win this game they will clearly climb higher on the points table and that is what they would be eyeing for to be in the top four on the points table.
In their last outing Gloucestershire, they were sent to bat first after losing out on the toss. Glamorgan started off well and with Craig Meschede guiding them with an unbeaten 77 they put up a score of 201 for the loss of six wickets in 20 over. Coming down to chase that monumental score, Gloucestershire tried their best but in the end it wasn’t just enough as they fell short by 2 runs. Timm van der Gugten and Michael Hogan had been brilliant with the ball for Glamorgan and they would want to continue their form in this game as well which is by all means an easy fixture for them.
The hosts, Middlesex, had not expected their current fate to be handed by them in their last three games. Their terrible display so far in the tournament had already proved fatal for them and now they would come into this game looking to save them from some humiliation. After opting to bat first in their last game against Surrey they did everything they could as they put up a score of 221 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in 20 over. With a brilliant century from Paul Stirling of 58 balls, they reached a safe score but their poor bowling attack cost them the game as Surrey chased down that mammoth score in 16 over only with just one wicket lost. The brilliance of Jason Roy and Aaron Finch, guided Surrey home in that game.
The hosts would head into this game hoping that their luck would give them some chance in this game against the favourites Glamorgan.
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Eoin Morgan (c), John Simpson, Tom Barber, George Scott, Nick Gubbins, Stephen Eskinazi, Steven Finn, James Franklin, James Fuller, James Harris, Max Holden, Ravi Patel, Paul Stirling, Robbie White
Glamorgan Squad: Yet to be announced
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