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Captain Chris Jordan returns as Surrey get back to the Blast and the London Derby against Middlesex awaits.

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After two impressive four-day victories against Worcestershire and Essex, Surrey will be looking to transfer their red-ball form to the white-ball format and consolidate their lead at the top of the table in the South Group.

Play at The Kia Oval gets underway at 6:30pm and the gates open at 4:30pm. From 4:30 to 5:30pm, spectators will get a 25% discount on all food and drink in the concourse. Know more about the deal here.

The game will be available to watch on Sky Sports Cricket and Surrey’s social media channels will keep you up to date with the match at The Kia Oval, with a report published at the end of play.

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Skipper Jordan as well as Reece Topley enter the side, having returned from the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in West Indies. Matt Dunn, Ben Geddes, Tom Lawes, and Dan Worrall also make the 14-player squad.

After discussions with the ECB and with the expected workload coming up, the Club agreed to rest Jamie Smith for the game against Middlesex.

After a blow to the forearm at Lord’s in the Vitality Blast, X-rays have confirmed Tom Curran has fractured his arm and will now be out for a period of time as he recovers.


Middlesex are currently at the bottom of the South Group standings, having won once and lost six times, with no result possible in one game.

Captain: Stephen Eskinazi

Overseas players: None

Finals Day appearances: One (2008)

Titles: One (2008)

2023 finish: Ninth (South Group)

2024 leading run-scorer: Max Holden (176)

2024 leading wicket-taker: Luke Hollman (14)