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Toss Winner - Middlesex won the toss and chose to bowl first
Middlesex beat Glamorgan by 4 wickets
Middlesex’s search for a third consecutive win
Middlesex to win
Tournament: VITALITY T20 BLAST 2022 | Format: T20 | Venue: Radlett Cricket Club, Radlett, England | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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A confident Middlesex would be taking on Glamorgan in a South Group game in the Vitality T20 Blast, 2022. Middlesex has won both the games the side has played and come here with a win against the Hampshire Hawks. Glamorgan on the other hand went down against Surrey in their last game and must win this one to get their campaign back on track.
Middlesex would be playing at their home ground where the side has enjoyed a good record in the past. Two consecutive wins would also add to their confidence, and they shall look to continue with the same form. It will be interesting to see how Glamorgan perform in this game after the treatment their bowlers received in the last game.
It has been the perfect start for Stephen Eskinazi’s side this season. They have won both the games they have played. The side comes here with a 10-run win against the Hampshire Hawks that has put them at the top of the points table for the South Group. Eskinazi would look to build on this momentum and aim for the third consecutive win of the season in this game.
Stephen Eskinazi and Max Holden have looked in good form and the side would expect to see a good start from them. Joe Cracknell hasn’t scored runs in two games and he will need to deliver in the middle order with Eoin Morgan and Martin Andersson. Jack Davies and John Simpson played match-winning knocks down the order in the last game, and this would add to the team’s confidence as they take on Glamorgan.
Their bowlers did an excellent job in the last game and the side would like to see tight spells with the new ball from Toby Roland-Jones and Andersson. Luke Hollman picked important wickets towards the end, and he has a key role to play. Blake Cullen and Chris Green make it a strong bowling attack for these conditions.
Stephen Eskinazi (c), Max Holden, Joe Cracknell, Martin Andersson, Jack Davies, John Simpson (wk), Luke Hollman, Chris Green, Toby Roland-Jones, Eoin Morgan, Blake Cullen
Toby Roland-Jones, Christopher Green, Max Holden, Luke Hollman, Martin Andersson, Joe Cracknell, Blake Cullen, Eoin Morgan, Stephen Eskinazi, John Simpson, Thilan Walallawita
David Lloyd’s side bowled poorly in the last game against Surrey to lose the game by 4 wickets. The skipper would be extremely upset with the performance of his bowlers as they failed to defend 173 runs on the board. They take on a confident side in the next game and Lloyd would like to see more determined efforts from his bowlers in this game.
Sam Northeast looks in good form and he will have to set up a good opening wicket stand with David Lloyd who has missed out in both the games. In Marnus Labuschagne they have an excellent player in the middle order, and he would look to set up important partnerships with Kiran Carlson and Chris Cooke. Daniel Douthwaite and Joe Cooke must do well in the finishers’ role in this game.
Michael Hogan has done well with the ball in both the games, but the side would need good spells from Michael Neser whose show with the new ball has been poor. Daniel Douthwaite has an important role to play in the middle overs for the side to win. Prem Sisodiya, Labuschagne, and James Weighell will have to produce good spells as they take on a formidable batting line-up.
David Lloyd (c), Sam Northeast, Marnus Labuschagne, Kiran Carlson, Chris Cooke (wk), Joe Cooke, Daniel Douthwaite, Michael Neser, James Weighell, Prem Sisodiya, Michael Hogan
Marnus Labuschagne, Chris Cooke, David Lloyd, Prem Sisodiya, Andrew Salter, Daniel Douthwaite, Sam Northeast, Michael Neser, James Weighell, Kiran Carlson, Michael Hogan
There are predictions of overcast skies over Radlett on May 29, and we expect the conditions to be challenging for batting. The track will be flat but there would be slight movement off the surface. The side that bats first in this game would be happy to reach a total of 170 runs in this game.
Radlett Cricket Club, Radlett is a small venue, and this allows batsmen to play their strokes freely. There is assistance on this track for the fast bowlers in the early overs of the game. Spinners find it tough to bowl at this venue as the short size of the boundary makes it difficult for them.
In the past, we have seen the sides chasing the scores win at this venue. Being a small venue, it allows batsmen to pace their innings well. Hence, the side that wins the toss here should have no hesitation in bowling first in this game.
Glamorgan’s bowling attack looked ordinary in the last game and most of their bowlers failed to execute their plans. This is a massive challenge for the side, and they will have to overcome this. Middlesex have momentum on their side with two consecutive wins. They play at home and have good knowledge of the conditions. This would make them favorites to win here.
Middlesex to win
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