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Surrey face Yorkshire at The Micky Stewart Oval in the final home game of the 2022 season.


Every ball of the match will be live streamed on Surrey Cricket’s YouTube channel. You can find the Surrey Cricket YouTube channel here.

Commentators will include Dan Norcross, Adam Collins, Jonathan Doidge and Phil Walker.


Ollie Pope and Ben Foakes return from international duty. Jamie Overton also returns from a foot injury sustained in July.

The Surrey squad is:


Surrey took 16 points from last week’s draw with Northamptonshire at Wantage Road. The hosts posted a competitive first innings total of 339 thanks to centuries by Emilio Gay (145) and Rob Keogh (123). Kemar Roach was the pick of the Surrey bowlers taking 5/95.

In response, Surrey faltered to 80/4 but Hashim Amla’s 133 and Tom Curran’s incredible 115 from 93 balls put Surrey into a first innings lead.

After a promising start with the ball, Surrey restricted Northants to 114/4. However, Luke Proctor (55), Ricardo Vasconcelos (79) and Saif Zaib (124) frustrated Surrey. The hosts were bowled out for 426 at tea on Day Four, meaning Surrey had to chase 345 in the final session of the match.

The players shook hands in the 20th over with Surrey 48/1 – with Surrey taking 16 points from the game.


Yorkshire come into the fixture at The Micky Stewart Oval in sixth place. Last week, Essex defeated the White Rose County by one wicket in a thriller at Headingley.

Surrey last faced Yorkshire in July, when Surrey won a thrilling match at Scarborough by four wickets with three balls left in the match. Aaron Hardie struck a four off the bowling of Steven Patterson to send the away dressing room into pandemonium.

Harry Brook tops the batting averages charts for Yorkshire. The recent England Test debutant has been in imperious form for his county. However, Brook is in Pakistan with the England IT20 side.

Steve Patterson is Yorkshire’s highest wicket taker this season, taking 31 wickets at an average of 29.03.

The Yorkshire squad is: Jonny Tattersall (C), Dom Bess, Finlay Bean, Ben Coad, Harry Duke, Will Fraine, George Hill, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Adam Lyth, Ben Mike, Steve Patterson, Matthew Revis and Jordan Thompson.