The SUS vs MID English T20 blast is going to be a really tough set off for either of the teams and we expect both of them to perform really well. Both the teams are expected to have really good potential and with the teams being all set for the final face off, we expect them to give their best!
Sussex vs Middlesex Dream 11 preview
FeedTel says that there would be a double header in the English blast on this Saturday. The following match would commence on 24th August and we see the audience to be really excited about the same. Also, the very first match that will be played between Sussex and Middlesex will lead to a clash in between Glamorgan and Somerset.
Both the games will be south group games.
Saturday will witness a double-header in the Vitality Blast 2019. The first match will be played between Middlesex and Sussex followed by a pulsating clash between Somerset and Glamorgan. Being played between Sussex and Middlesex at the Uxbridge Cricket Club Ground in Uxbridge, this is going to be a happening match without any second thought.
Presently, the Sussex is the current leader of the south group with about 2 losses and 6 wins from a total of 11. Although Middlesex have got the same number of wins as them but the it has consequently got 4 losses from 11 matches.
The SUS vs MID match is expected to be played on August 24th at 07:00 PM IST in the Uxbridge Cricket Club Ground, Uxbridge.
Key players from SUS vs MID
From SUS, Reece Topley is recognised as one of the leading gamers in the entire chart. Apart from that, we have got Ollie Robinson who is another prominent name in the team. Next, we have David Weise as the all rounder in the team who have got a track record of scoring 233 runs from 7 innings. Again, we have got Tymal Mills and Danny Briggs. Having a record of around 277 runs from 9 innings, we have got Philip Salt as the leader of all batsmen in the team with all the skills required.
From MID, we have got Steven Finn and Toby Roland. Other than that, we have got Nathan Sowter with a record of scalping 16 wickets. David Malan and Stephen Eskinazi have consequently got some best records among them!
Nevertheless, our good wishes are with both the teams. Happy playing!