(SOMERSET VS MIDDLESEX) On Friday night in Taunton, Middlesex would need to pull off a huge unexpected to win. While Middlesex has a few players who are winning consistently, the team as a whole is having trouble. We support Somerset because they have a long record of playing excellent T20 cricket.
Match T20 Blast 2023, Somerset VS Middlesex Details:
The Location: The Cooper Associates County Ground-Taunton
The Date & Time: On Friday 2nd June, At 23:00 IST / 17:30 GMT
The Telecast & Streaming Channel: Sky Sports
Match T20 Blast 2023, Somerset VS Middlesex Past Stats:
Match T20 Blast 2023, Somerset VS Middlesex Weather Information:
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Match Information The Cooper Associates County Ground-Taunton
The County Ground in Taunton will host this Vitality T20 Blast match. In addition to a regular movement that the hitters can benefit from, there is help for the speed and pitch bowlers.
Match T20 Blast 2023, Somerset VS Middlesex Squad List:
SOM: Tom Banton (wk), Will Smeed, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Tom Abell, Tom Lammonby, Lewis Gregory (C), Ben Green, Roelof Van Der Merwe, Craig Overton, Josh Davey, Kasey Aldridge, Matt Henry, Peter Siddle, Shoaib Bashir
MID: Stephen Eskinazi (C), Martin Andersson, Joe Cracknell, Blake Cullen, Jack Davies, Josh De Caires, Nathan Fernandes, Tom Helm, Ryan Higgins, Max Holden, Luke Hollman, Pieter Malan, Toby Roland-Jones, Thilan Walallawita
Match T20 Blast 2023, Somerset VS Middlesex Best Performance:
The Best Batter:
Will Smeed: Will Smeed made his debut as the most recent young hitter to come off Somerset’s assembly line when, as an 18-year-old playing against Gloucestershire in the 2020 Vitality Blast, he struck 82 off 49 balls in just his second professional game. Smeed was noted as a player to watch throughout his time in the county’s academy.
The Best Bowler:
Craig Overton: Following a standout county season in which, at the age of 23, he appeared to have handled his related aggression in a way that would promote rather than damage his career, Craig Overton, one of the two fast-bowling twins from Somerset, was selected for England’s 2017–18 tour of Australia. In addition to entering the contest, Overton collected 46 Championship wickets at a strike rate of 22.39 and turned up respectable performances in the limited-overs format. With increasing speed, he smashed the ball, and his 6 feet 5-inch frame allowed him to make contact with the bat’s shoulder.