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Toss Winner - Glamorgan won the toss and chose to bowl first
Glamorgan beat Middlesex by 8 wickets
Glamorgan’s challenge to improve record against Middlesex
Middlesex to win
Tournament: VITALITY T20 BLAST 2022 | Format: T20 | Venue: Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, England | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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We will see a very important contest in the South Group in the Vitality T20 Blast 2022. Both Glamorgan and Middlesex have eight points and they need to win this one to stay in the hunt for a berth in the next round. Glamorgan defeated the Sussex Sharks in their last game while Middlesex also registered a big win against the Kent Spitfires and look in good shape.
Middlesex has won the last three out of four games they have played against Glamorgan and had defeated them earlier in the season. The side would look to take advantage of it here. Glamorgan plays at home and the side has good knowledge of the conditions. Both sides have high stakes in the battle, and we expect it to go down the wire.
David Lloyd’s side has kept its hopes alive for a berth in the quarterfinals with a 4-wicket win against Sussex Sharks in the last game. The bowling attack did well in the last game, and this would add to their confidence. However, the team would face a big challenge here as they haven’t enjoyed a great record against Middlesex in the past and had lost to them earlier in the season.
Sam Northeast played a good knock in the last game, and he will have to set up a good opening wicket stand with Lloyd. Colin Ingram played a match-winning knock at No. 3 and he will have a key role in the middle order with Edward Byrom and Kiran Carlson. The side bats deep and they have good hitters of the ball in Alex Horton, James Weighell, and Daniel Douthwaite.
Their bowlers come here with good form and the side would like to see Michael Neser and Prem Sisodiya get them early breakthroughs. Andrew Salter did well in the last game, and he will look to keep Middlesex’s batting under check with Douthwaite and James Weighell to take the side to win in this very important game.
David Lloyd (c), Sam Northeast, Colin Ingram, Kiran Carlson, Edward Byrom, Michael Neser, Andrew Salter, James Weighell, Alex Horton (wk), Michael Neser, Daniel Douthwaite
Colin Ingram, David Lloyd, Prem Sisodiya, Andrew Salter, Daniel Douthwaite, Sam Northeast, Eddie Byrom, Michael Neser, Alex Horton, Kiran Carlson, Michael Hogan
Stephen Eskinazi would be happy with the 7-wicket win against the Kent Spitfires in the last game. This win has kept the side in the hunt for a berth in the quarterfinal, though the side would have to win the next game by a big margin. Their batting line-up has looked good, and the side would look for a good show from their players here.
The side would like to see a strong opening wicket stand from Stephen Eskinazi and Max Holden as the pair has made runs in earlier games. The middle-order looks good with Joe Cracknell, John Simpson, and Jack Davies on the side. They would also expect runs from the bats of Luke Hollman, Martin Andersson, and Chris Green who add firepower to this line-up.
Tom Helm and Jason Behrendorff will have to get them early breakthroughs as they did in the last game. Luke Hollman is an experienced bowler and must make good use of the conditions here along with Andersson. Chris Green and Thilan Walallawita bowled well in the last game, and this would add to their confidence.
Stephen Eskinazi (c), Max Holden, Joe Cracknell, John Simpson (wk), Jack Davies, Luke Hollman, Chris Green, Martin Andersson, Tom Helm, Thilan Walallawita, Jason Behrendorff
Christopher Green, Max Holden, Tom Helm, Jason Behrendorff, Luke Hollman, Martin Andersson, Joe Cracknell, Stephen Eskinazi, John Simpson, Thilan Walallawita, Jack Davies
The skies over Cardiff would have cloud cover on June 21 and this will make the conditions difficult to bat on. Batsmen shall have to spend their time on the crease to do well at this venue. The side batting first in this game would be happy to reach a score of 160 runs or more.
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff is a big ground, and the wicket here balances out between the batsmen and the bowlers. Fast bowlers find this wicket good to bowl on and batsmen who get their eyes set in have done well. The large size of the venue also makes it good for the spinners but there isn’t much assistance for them from this track.
Only once has a side won the game here batting first. The conditions have been difficult at the start of the game where the ball has moved a lot making life difficult for the batsmen. Hence, the side that wins the toss here would opt for bowling first and make use of the assistance from the surface.
It is a must-win game for both sides and they will have to play out of their skins to win here. Glamorgan’s batting hasn’t looked in the best shape and the side would need partnerships from its batsmen to win this game. Middlesex’s batting looks good, and they have enjoyed a good record against Glamorgan in the past. This would put them slightly ahead in this contest.
Middlesex to win
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