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Middlesex take on Surrey to solidify their position in the points table.
We predict that Sussex will defeat Middlesex.
Tournament: Royal London One-Day Cup | Format: ODI | Venue: Radlett Cricket Club, Radlett | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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After both having registered their first wins, Middlesex and Surrey will want to get an edge or each other in the points table as they face each other in the Royal London Cup 2022. Middlesex have got off to a decent start by registering one win and one loss in the 2 matches they have played. They would like to consolidate on their win in the last game as they completely outplayed them with both bat and ball.
Captain Stephan Eskinazi scored a magnificent 146 not out off 132 balls, in their 9-wicket demolition of Durham. However, the mayhem was started by Umesh Yadav, as he picked up a 5-wicket haul conceding 33 runs in 9.2 overs. With a convincing win and a strong performance, Middlesex will be looking to consolidate.
After an absolute nail-biter, where no team deserved to lose, Surrey have registered all three possible results in the 3 games that they have played. That being said Sussex would be disappointed not having won the last game. Nick Kimber almost pulled off the game for Sussex with his blistering 84 off 51 balls but ran out of partners in the process. Conor McKerr continued to pick up wickets, having now picked up 5 wickets in the tournament. It will be a fascinating contest as both teams will be eager to consolidate their position in the points table.
After a close first game, Middlesex definitely got up and running with a comprehensive 9-wicket victory against Durham in their last match. Bowling out Durham for a modest 268 runs, the top order which includes Captain Stephan Eskinazi, Mark Stoneman and Sam Robson ensured that they got off the mark in the points table.
The bowling department came to the party making early inroads and pushing the Durham batting orders back against the wall. Dismissing the top order cheaply, they also managed to take wickets at regular intervals to stop the flow of runs. Umesh Yadav was the star with the ball, picking up a 5-wicket haul, well supported by Luke Hollman who picked up 4 wickets.
The top order looked in sublime touch, making an absolute mockery of the chase. Captain Stephan Eskinazi led from the front scoring 146 off 132 balls, well supported by Mark Stoneman (62 off 60 balls) and Sam Robson (55 off 59 balls). Middlesex will want them to continue this batting form.
Key Players: Stephan Eskinazi, Luke Hollman, Mark Stoneman, Umesh Yadav
Stephen Eskinazi (c), Mark Stoneman, Sam Robson, Pieter Malan, Max Holden, Joe Cracknell (wk), Luke Hollman, Martin Andersson, Umesh Yadav, Thilan Walallawita, Ethan Bamber
Surrey would be feeling hard done by given how close they got to win the game, but nevertheless would be happy having not lost the previous match, and it ending in a tie. A Lot of positives from the game that they would want to capitalise on going forward into the tournament.
One of the big positives that Surrey would take from the last game was the resilience and performance of the lower order who almost won the game for them after the poor start they had. Nick Kimber almost pulled off the game for Sussex with his blistering 84 off 51 balls but ran out of partners in the process. He was well supported by Nico Reifer 53 off 72 balls and Matt Dunn 34 off 19 balls but fell short in the end. A Lot will be expected off the top order in the coming game.
The bowling department went missing after the brilliant performance against Durham. Conor McKerr was again amongst the wickets picking up 2 wickets but was quite expensive going for 79 runs off his 10 overs. Amar Virdi, Tom Lawes and Matt Dunn chipped in with a wicket each. Surrey will want to demand consistency in the bowling performances.
Key Players: Nick Kimber, Ryan Patel, Conor Mckerr, Ben Geddes
Robert Yates, Dominic Sibley, Will Rhodes (c), Michael Burgess (wk), Krunal Pandya, Matthew Lamb, Ethan Brookes, Craig Miles, Kai Smith, Liam Norwell, Oliver Hannon-Dalby
The weather will be on the warmer side, with a 1-2% chance of raining on match day. The maximum and minimum temperatures will be in the 32°C - 18°C range.
Radlett Cricket Club at Radlett is a high-scoring ground with short boundaries. It will be a fascinating contest between two teams who are batting heavy.
As both teams possess a strong batting unit, teams will look to win the toss and bowl first. As it is quite early in the tournament and also the ground is famous for teams chasing winning the game, bowling first will be the way to go after winning the toss.
Middlesex are coming on the back of a very convincing performance and would like to continue their form going into this match. On the other hand, Surrey will look to pick out positives from the last game and with lower order firing, look like a fine side. As resilient as Middlesex might be, Sussex should win this game given the form their batsmen find themselves in.
We predict that Sussex will defeat Middlesex.
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