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Toss Winner - Hampshire won the toss and chose to bowl first
Hampshire beat Middlesex by 9 wickets
Hampshire’s quest to move up on the points table
Middlesex to win
Tournament: VITALITY T20 BLAST 2022 | Format: T20 | Venue: Radlett Cricket Club, Radlett, England | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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It will be an important game in the Vitality T20 Blast, 2022 as Middlesex take on the Hampshire Hawks. Middlesex had a poor outing in the last game against the Kent Spitfires and they would look to get back into form in this game. Hampshire on the other hand defeated the Sussex Sharks in the last game, their first win of the season.
It has been a poor season for Hampshire Hawks as the side has managed to win only once in the five games they have played. Their middle order has struggled in all the games, and this would be worrying the side. Middlesex have won five out of the six games they have played at Radlett Cricket Club and this would add to their confidence in this game.
Stephen Eskinazi’s side has lost the last two games, and this would hurt as the side had started with three consecutive wins. They bowled poorly in the last game against Kent Spitfires to lose it by 55 runs. Eskinazi would like his side to regain its form as they play at Radlett where they have won both their games this season.
Stephen Eskinazi and Max Holden have done well as an opening pair and the side would need a strong start from them in this game. The middle-order hasn’t clicked yet, and runs would be expected from the bats of Joe Cracknell, Jack Davies, and Martin Andersson. John Simpson, Luke Hollman, and Chris Green and good hitters of the ball, and they would have a go at the Hawks’ bowlers.
Jason Behrendorff and Andersson must bowl tight lines and pick early wickets as Hampshire does have good hitters of the ball at the top. Green must bring his experience to play as the wicket would suit his style of bowling. The likes of Thilan Walallawita, Toby Greatwood, and Hollman shall have to bowl tight spells in the middle overs for the side to win this game.
Stephen Eskinazi (c), Max Holden, Joe Cracknell, Jack Davies, Martin Andersson, John Simpson (wk), Luke Hollman, Chris Green, Thilan Walallawita, Jason Behrendorff, Toby Greatwood
Toby Roland-Jones, Christopher Green, Max Holden, Jason Behrendorff, Luke Hollman, Martin Andersson, Joe Cracknell, Stephen Eskinazi, John Simpson, Thilan Walallawita, Jack Davies
After four consecutive losses, James Vince’s side finally hit form and defeated the Sussex Sharks by 22 runs in the last game. It was a great show from their batsmen led from the front by the skipper. However, Vince would be worried about the form of his middle order, and they have to deliver the goods in this game for the side to win.
Vince and Ben McDermott set up a 124-run opening wicket stand in the last game. A similar performance from them would put the side in a good position. The middle-order has looked rusty since the start and the likes of Tom Prest, Ross Whitely, and James Fuller shall need to do well as their poor form has hurt the side. Toby Albert and Liam Dawson can score quick runs and the same would be expected from them in this game.
Nathan Ellis has done well with the ball, and he shall have to lead the attack and pick early wickets with Chris Wood. Dawson got back into form in the last game, and this is welcome news for the side. Mason Crane, Fuller, and Scott Currie would be expected to rise to the challenge in this game and improve the side’s standing on the points table.
James Vince (c), Ben McDermott (wk), Tom Prest, Toby Albert, Liam Dawson, Ross Whiteley, James Fuller, Nathan Ellis, Chris Wood, Scott Currie, Mason Crane
James Vince, Scott Currie, Bradley Wheal, Joe Weatherley, Tom Prest, Liam Dawson, James Fuller, Toby Albert, Ross Whiteley, Ben McDermott, Chris Wood
Radlett is likely to see overcast skies and rains on June 07. The otherwise flat surface would be slightly challenging to bat on. Fast bowlers shall get some assistance from the surface, but batsmen can play their strokes freely. The side batting first would aim at a total of 175 runs or more on this track.
Radlett Cricket Club, Radlett has short boundaries, and this has allowed batsmen to play their strokes and score runs easily. There is some assistance for the fast bowlers on this track with the new ball. Spinners have found it tough here as there is little margin of error for them with the shorter boundaries.
We have already seen two high-scoring games at this venue. The pitch has been a good one to bat on and sides have put up big totals. Chasing the score is always an advantage as it allows the side to plan its innings. The side winning the toss here is likely to have little hesitation in opting to bowl first.
We expect this to be a close game as Hampshire Hawks come here with a big win. However, the visitors would need their middle and lower-middle order to do well as their lack of form has been a concern for the side. Middlesex has enjoyed an excellent record at this venue in the past. They know the conditions well and this would give them a slight advantage going into this game.
Middlesex to win
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