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Surrey vs Middlesex, South Group Dream11 Prediction, Head to Head All you need to know

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Surrey will have Middlesex at the Oval on June 17 (Friday) in the T20 Blast 2022. Surrey is in a rampaging structure this season and is the main group among the 18 provinces to in any case be crushed in the current year’s competition. It just so happens, that in their last game before the break, they crushed Middlesex easily by 20 runs.

Middlesex, then again, is on a pitiable run of structure that has seen them lose five back-to-back games in the wake of winning the initial three. They head into the game subsequent to experiencing a harmful rout because of Essex in their past experience.

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Surrey vs Middlesex Dream11 team Prediction

WKLaurie Evans, John Simpson
BatJason Roy, Ollie Pope, Nico Reifer, Max Holden
ARJordan Clark, Thomas Lawes, Luke Hollman
BowlGus Atkinson, Toby Roland-Jones

Head to Head

Surrey will play their match against Middlesex. Surrey has played five matches, won five, and lost zero matches. Middlesex has played five matches, won zero, and lost five matches.

Probable Playing 11

Surrey Probable Playing 11 :

  1. Jamie Smith,
  2. Jason Roy,
  3. Ollie Pope,
  4. Rory Burns,
  5. Nico Reifer,
  6. Ben Geddes,
  7. Sunil Narine,
  8. Kieron Pollard,
  9. Nick Kimber,
  10. Chris Jordan,
  11. Kemar Roach

Middlesex Probable Playing 11 :

  1. John Simpson,
  2. Stephen Eskinazi,
  3. Max Holden,
  4. Joe Cracknell,
  5. Jack Davies,
  6. Chris Green,
  7. Martin Andersson,
  8. Tim Murtagh,
  9. Jason Behrendorff,
  10. Thilan Walallawita,
  11. Max Harris

Pitch Report

The pitch at the Kennington Oval is perhaps of the flattest deck in the County with great convey and skip. The quick bowlers are probably going to get some help toward the beginning, yet as the game advances, the players will rule the procedures in the match. The group winning the throw will get a kick out of the chance to bat first and put a decent all-out on the board to put the pursuing group under tension.