MID vs HAM Live Score, In the Match of T20 Blast 2020 which will be played at Kennington Oval, London; MID vs HAM Live Score, Match between Middlesex vs Hampshire Live on 12th September 2020 Live Score & Live Streaming.
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Venue: Kennington Oval, London
Both Middlesex and Hampshire haven’t had a great run thus far in the tournament. In five games thus far, both these sides won just one match and are currently differentiated by one point. Middlesex last two games thus far while Hampshire lost three matches. Moreover, these two sides are coming into this game on the back of a loss in their last match and it is a great opportunity for them to bounce back and get back on track.
KET vs SUS Squads
Stephen Eskinazi, Max Holden, Martin Andersson, Jack Davies, James Harris, John Simpson, Dan Lincoln, Luke Hollman, Tom Helm, Nathan Sowter, Steven Finn (C), Joe Cracknell, Blake Cullen, Miguel Cummins, and Tim Murtagh.
Tom Alsop, James Vince (C), Sam Northeast, Joe Weatherley, James Fuller, Lewis McManus, Ian Holland, Calvin Harrison, Chris Wood, Mason Crane, Shaheen Afridi, Ryan Stevenson, Bradley Wheal, Felix Organ, and Ajeet Dale.
MID vs HAM Predicted XIs
Max Holden, Stephen Eskinazi, Martin Andersson, Jack Davies, John Simpson (wk), Dan Lincoln, James Harris, Luke Hollman, Steven Finn (c), Tom Helm, Nathan Sowter
Bench: Joe Cracknell, Miguel Cummins, Blake Cullen, Tim Murtagh
James Vince (c), Tom Alsop, Sam Northeast, Joe Weatherly, James Fuller, Lewis McManus (wk), Ian Holland, Calvin Harrison, Chris Wood, Mason Crane, Shaheen Afridi
Bench: Felix Organ, Ryan Stevenson, Bradley Wheal, Ajeet Dale
Weather Report & Pitch Condition
It is going to be a breezy day in London and there will not be any interruptions to this game due to rain.
The pitch is likely to assist the bowlers early on in the match. Batting first seems to be a better option while playing at this venue.
Average first innings score: 191 (Last five completed matches played at this venue)
Record of chasing teams: Won – 1, Lost – 3, Tie – 1
MID vs HAM Team News
MID Team News
Injuries, unavailability: The team has announced their squad and they will be expected to field a strong 11
This team has enough quality which they can use to their benefit and will be looking to make sure that their batting issues are sorted in this game.
Top Order – Martin Andersson ,Max Holden, , Stevie Eskinazi
Middle Order-, Dan Lincoln, John Simpson, Jack Davis
Lower Middle Order- James Harris, Luke Hollman, Tom Helm
Bowlers – Nathan Sowter, Steve Finn
HAM Team News
Injuries, unavailability: The team will have a complete squad available to them.
The team needs to play some fearless cricket in order to compete with the other teams and need to score a lot more runs than they have been scoring.
Top Order – James Vince, Tom Alsop, Sam Northeast
Middle Order: Joe Weatherley, Lewis McManus, James Fuller
Lower Middle Order- Ian Holland, Chris Wood, Cavin Harrison
Bowlers- Mason Crane, Shaheen Afridi.
Best Choice For Captain And Vice-Captain
Captain Options – Stephen Eskinazi, James Vince
Vice-Captain Options – Max Holden, Steven Finn
T20 Blast 2020
The Vitality Blast will begin on Thursday, August 27 with the game between Yorkshire Vikings and Notts Outlaws at Emerald Headingley, the first of 10 live group games to be shown on Sky Sports Cricket.
The Vitality Blast has been regionalised into the same three groups used in the four-day Bob Willis Trophy domestic competition, with each county set to play 10 group-stage matches behind closed doors.
The competition begins with the London derby on Thursday, May 28, and is set to feature more games on Thursday and Friday nights, and on weekends.
In 2019, the Essex Eagles won their maiden Blast title, beating Worcestershire Rapids, the 2018 champions, in Edgbaston. Last year, Lancashire and Sussex were the table toppers for the North and South Groups respectively.