Middlesex and Glamorgan will engage in a fierce clash in the 28th Vitality Blast game. The match will be broadcast live on the Middlesex Youtube channel from the Merchant Taylor’s School Ground in Northwood. Middlesex is now last in Group A after losing two straight games, including a close loss to Gloucestershire. They are, nonetheless, committed to changing their situation. Before this highly anticipated match, let’s examine the current form, key players, performances, and match prediction of MIDDLESEX VS GLAMORGAN
MIDDLESEX VS GLAMORGAN Match Details:
Time: 21.00 PM IST
Venue: Merchant Taylor’s School Ground ,Northwood.
TV: Sony Sports Network
Live Streaming: Sony Liv
Middlesex’s Struggles and Glamorgan’s Decent Start:
Middlesex has had a challenging season thus far, losing each of their three games. Glamorgan, on the other side, has had a somewhat better start, winning one game while losing another. Despite Glamorgan’s recent performance suggesting that they should be the favorites, oddsmakers chose Middlesex because of Glamorgan’s recent humiliating defeat. However, we think Glamorgan has the advantage and will probably end up winning the game.
Glamorgan’s Mixed Performances:
Glamorgan now holds the fifth spot in the standings with one victory and one loss from their two games. They lost to Somerset because they could only muster 153 runs while batting first. But in their exciting triumph over Gloucestershire, their middle-order trio of Kiran Carlson, Colin Ingram, and Chris Cooke showed tenacity. After their most recent defeat, Glamorgan is anxious to test their mettle against Middlesex.
Middlesex’s Desperate Need for a Win:
Middlesex’s season has gotten off to a rough start with three straight defeats. Their current net run-rate is -1.611, which has decreased. Middlesex suffered resounding losses to Surrey and Hampshire in their previous games, then played closely against Gloucestershire. In spite of needing 182 runs in their previous encounter, Middlesex only came up two runs short. Although they gave the team a strong start, their starters Joe Cracknell and Steve Eskinazi were unable to complete the game. Middlesex will be motivated to beat Glamorgan and snap their losing streak.
Glamorgan’s Batting Struggles and Middlesex’s Bowling Challenges:
Glamorgan failed to bat their complete allotted 20 overs in their prior game, being bowled out for 153 runs. Although Eddie Bryom and captain Kiran Carlson made significant contributions, the rest of the batting order was unable to produce significant runs. However, Middlesex’s bowlers have had trouble keeping their opponents in check, especially in the final few overs. Rudhari Smith and Daniel Douthwaite showed promise, but they were unable to favor Middlesex in the game.
Toss & Pitch Report
Gloucestershire and Middlesex played to a close contest in Northwood, which has only hosted one game this season. Gloucestershire held Middlesex to a total of 181 runs. The team that wins the toss should decide to bowl first because there appear to be plenty of runs available given the characteristics of the pitch and the pattern shown in the previous game. For both batsmen and bowlers, the Merchant Taylors’ School Ground in Northwood provides a level playing field. Early on, batsmen can benefit from the true bounce; but, spinners may get some help in the middle overs. With skillfully executed variations, seamers can make scoring challenging toward the end. Estimates place the first inning total at roughly 170.
On the day of the game, the weather in Northwood is expected to be generally clear with a little risk of rain, which shouldn’t interfere with play.
|Real Feel Shade™ 18°
|Wind NE 20km/h
|Cloud cover 50%
|Wind Gusts 39km/h
|Visibility 16 km
|Cloud ceiling 9100m
|Dew point 11°C
|Time 21.00 PM INST
MIDDLESEX VS GLAMORGAN Head-to-Head statistics :
Overall Played: 6
Won by MIDDLESEX: 2
Won by GLAMORGAN: 4
No Result: 0
MIDDLESEX VS GLAMORGAN Recent forms
MIDDLESEX Predicted Playing XI:
Stephen Eskinazi (c), Joe Cracknell, Pieter Malan, Max Holden, Ryan Higgins, Luke Hollman, John Simpson (wk), Martin Andersson, Nathan Fernandes, Tom Helm, Blake Cullen
GLAMORGAN Predicted Playing XI:
Edward Byrom, Sam Northeast, Kiran Carlson (c), Colin Ingram, Chris Cooke (wk), Ben Kellaway, Billy Root, Daniel Douthwaite, Ruaidhri Smith, Peter Hatzolgou, Jamie McIlroy
MIDDLESEX VS GLAMORGAN Prediction: GLAMORGAN will win the match.
Glamorgan’s batting lineup features a variety of talented and seasoned players. Their bowling assault appears to be complete, with possibilities for both good pace and spin bowling. The bowlers for Middlesex’s bowling assault are of high caliber. The biggest concern for them has been their middle order batting, and yesterday night they were able to chase down 12 runs from 12 balls with five wickets in hand. We anticipate Glamorgan to triumph in this game and secure the valuable 2 points on the line.