Team Director Chris Adams has named a thirteen man squad for the Clydesdale Bank 40 game against the Nottinghamshire Outlaws at Trent Bridge on Wednesday.
Rory Hamilton-Brown returns to the squad after a period of compassionate leave and Jade Dernbach is also named having missed Surrey’s last game in the competition against the Outlaws at Guildford with a side strain.
Surrey currently occupy third place in the Group B table and Nottinghamshire sit a place above them with both sides level on ten points. The two sides met a fortnight ago at Guildford with the Outlaws securing victory by five wickets.
Chris Adams commented: “The defeat to the Outlaws at Guildford was our first in the competition this season and we know how important it is to bounce straight back at Trent Bridge.
We have played some excellent cricket in the Clydesdale Bank 40 this summer and with five group games left we know how crucial it is that we get back to playing our best one day cricket starting against the Outlaws on Wednesday.
We are delighted to welcome Rory Hamilton-Brown back into the squad. He is ready to play cricket again and that is excellent news for the team and the club”.
The Surrey squad to play the Nottinghamshire Outlaws in the Clydesdale Bank 40 at Trent Bridge on Wednesday 1st August:Gareth Batty (capt) Rory Hamilton-Brown Steven Davies Jason Roy Gary Wilson Zander de Bruyn Matthew Spriegel Zafar Ansari Rory Burns Murali Kartik Stuart Meaker Jon Lewis Jade Dernbach
The Clydesdale Bank 40 game against the Nottinghamshire Outlaws at Trent Bridge starts at 16:10. The whole game is live on Sky Sports 1 and coverage begins at 16:00.
Ball by ball commentary on the whole game is available through the Official Surrey website courtesy of BBC London.
A match report on the game against the Nottinghamshire Outlaws will be available after the match and highlights of the game will be available the following morning on Surrey TV and the Surrey Cricket Vimeo page. And there will be regular updates on the Official Surrey Cricket Twitter feedTweet