Surrey’s Royal London One-Day Cup adventure continues on Wednesday with the short trip to Radlett Cricket Club to face Middlesex.
HOW CAN I KEEP UP TO DATE WITH THE GAME?
You can watch every ball of the highly anticipated clash via the Middlesex live stream that will be available on YouTube and kiaoval.com.
LAST TIME OUT
Surrey and Warwickshire played out a thrilling tie at The Kia Oval on Sunday. Surrey’s Matt Dunn was bowled by Warwickshire seamer Liam Norwell to snatch victory away from Surrey with five balls remaining.
After losing the toss on a beautiful day in SE11, Surrey could only restrict the Warwickshire batters to 293-5. This included an impressive 160-run fourth wicket partnership between Michael Burgess and Indian international Krunal Pandya.
In reply, Surrey slumped to 31-3 after losing captain Ben Geddes, Ryan Patel and Cameron Steel early on. Notable middle order contributions from both Josh Blake and Nico Reifer with 40 and 53 respectively led a Surrey recovery. However, it was Nick Kimber’s explosive 84 off 51 balls that accelerated Surrey towards Warwickshire’s large total. Matt Dunn added a quickfire 34. However, with scores tied on 293, he was dismissed by a Liam Norwell yorker with five balls remaining in the innings. Watch the highlights here.
Surrey have named an unchanged squad for the trip to Radlett to face Middlesex.
The 12-player squad is:
Middlesex have had mixed fortunes in their opening two matches of the Royal London One-Day Cup. A close defeat to a strong Leicestershire side in their opening match of the competition was followed by a dominant nine wicket victory over Durham. Middlesex captain, Stephen Eskinazi looked in imperious touch with the bat against Durham, cruising to 146 runs in 132 balls.
Fast bowler Umesh Yadav, who has taken over 260 Test and ODI wickets combined for India has led a Middlesex bowling attack that couples youth with experience. Yadav took a five wicket haul in their last match against Durham.
There’s also a familiar face in the Middlesex top order in the shape of former Surrey opener Mark Stoneman.
Luke Hollman is the player to watch for Middlesex. The leg spinning all-rounder has started the Royal London One-Day Cup in style, taking seven wickets in the opening two matches.
Middlesex squad v Surrey:
- Stephen Eskinazi (captain)
- Martin Andersson
- Ethan Bamber
- Joe Cracknell (wicket-keeper)
- Jack Davies
- Toby Greatwood
- Max Harris
- Max Holden
- Luke Hollman
- Pieter Malan
- Sam Robson
- Mark Stoneman
- Thilan Walallawita
- Umesh Yadav
ROYAL LONDON ONE-DAY CUP
Surrey currently sit fifth in the Royal London One-Day Cup with one win, one loss and a tie.
Grab your tickets to our final two home matches against Somerset (17 August) and Gloucestershire (19 August) here.