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Surrey will look to make it three wins from three when Glamorgan visit The Kia Oval this evening

Ollie Pope’s side will look to make it three wins from three following victories on the road at Sussex and Middlesex.

Play gets underway at 6:30pm. Gates will open at 4:30pm. Spectators can enjoy 25% off all food and drink inside the Kia Oval between 4:30-5:30pm. Additionally, the England vs South Africa T20I World Cup match will be on the big screens.

A limited number of tickets available to purchase here. Match-day information can be found here.

Surrey’s social media channels will keep you up to date with the match at The Kia Oval, with a report and highlights published at the end of play.

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Tom Curran misses out after a nasty blow to the forearm in the victory at Lord’s.


In the reverse fixture at Sophia Gardens, an explosive innings of 76 from Jamie Smith set up a 19-run victory for Surrey. His runs saw Surrey reach 200/8 from their 20 overs, a target that was too much for Glamorgan to chase.

Captain: Kiran Carlson

Overseas players: Marnus Labuschagne (Australia), Colin Ingram (South Africa).

Finals Day appearances: Two (2008, 2017)

Titles: None

2023 finish: Eighth (South Group)

2023 leading run-scorer: Chris Cooke (419)

2023 leading wicket-taker: Jamie McIlroy (19)

Key winter moves: The arrival of Mason Crane over the winter is the big signing for Glamorgan’s white-ball hopes. An attacking spinner with a proven track record in the Blast, Crane adds some firepower to the Glamorgan attack.

The big question: Last year Glamorgan started with four wins out of their first five matches before a long injury list meant they fell away, winning just one more match before the end of the group stage. The question for 2024 will be whether they can perform consistently throughout the tournament.

Wildcard watch: Mason Crane is thriving on the back of playing every game for his new county, and with leg spinners being a much sort after commodity there is a good chance of him using his Championship form as a springboard to success in the Blast and into one of The Hundred squads.

Final thought: With a strong batting line up and a tidy white-ball bowling attack Glamorgan should be targeting a quarter-finals place. From there three good games would see them claim their maiden T20 title.