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Nottinghamshire vs Middlesex, Vitality Blast T20 2019 – Preview, Prediction, Dream11 Team, Playing XI and Live Stream

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The second quarter-final of the Vitality Blast T20 2019 will be played between Nottinghamshire and Middlesex at Trent Bridge in Nottingham on Thursday.

In the second quarter-final of the T20 Blast 2019, 2017 champions Nottinghamshire have an impressive Middlesex side at Trent Bridge on Thursday. While Nottinghamshire endured to the knockout stage with no hiccups, Middlesex pulled off a heist as they chased down 226 in only 17 overs to sneak past Kent and Somerset in the South Group. The two sides are very much prepared in the batting division with Alex Hales and AB de Villiers taking it to the field in this essential match.

In spite of the fact that the pre-match talk will spin around Middlesex’s fearsome batting order, it has been their bowlers, who have done the harm this year. The trio of Toby Roland Jones, Steven Finn, and Nathan Sowter has picked 54 wickets among themselves to complement Dawid Malan, who is nearly scoring 500 runs this season. Against T20 expert, Harry Gurney, Middlesex will be careful about the danger with the two sides liking their chances of experiencing into the semi-finals.

Nottinghamshire vs Middlesex Team News


Nottinghamshire are at second place in the north group points table of the Vitality Blast T20 2019 toward the end of 14 matches. They have won six and lost four games while four of their matches were surrendered. The team has 16 points.

Nottinghamshire were to a great extent agreeable all through the group stage as they managed to create an outcome when they required it to remain in conflict for the top four places yet they will presently want to raise their performance levels for the knockout stage.

The club have been helped by the news that star batsman Alex Hales has signed a new two-year white-ball contract at Trent Bridge, and they will trust that he can discover some form hereafter five innings or 11 runs or less in five of his last seven matches however left-arm seamer Luke Wood has declared he will leave the club toward the end of the season to join Lancashire.

Pakistan all-rounder Imad Wasim missed two matches because of his wedding with Sannia Ashfaq toward the end of the group stage yet he will be accessible for this quarter-final match before he leaves for the Caribbean Premier League and that is a big boost to the Outlaws.

Nottinghamshire played against Hampshire in their last league match and were beaten by 47 runs. Their bowlers, aside from Daniel Christian and Matthew Carter, were insufficient while the batting faltered, with the exception of beginnings from Jake Libby, Samit Patel, and Tom Moores.


Middlesex finished at third place in the south group with seven successes and six misfortunes from 14 games. They have one rained – off the match and are with 15 points.

Subsequent to losing three matches in a row towards the end of the group stage, Middlesex managed to create a stunning batting show in their final match to hit 227/4 against Somerset and pursue down the lofty objective with three overs to extra and seal their place in the knockout round.

Their batting has been their undoubted quality in the competition up until this point and considerably more so with the return of AB de Villiers despite the fact that Eoin Morgan was the star man last time smashing a sensational 83 not out from only 29 balls.

Mohammad Hafeez has left for the Caribbean Premier League however they can greet back inconsistent Afghani spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman and that will add a totally unique measurement to their bowling attack that looked much better when he was in it before in the group stage.

Middlesex’s last league game against Somerset was a cracker of a match which saw Middlesex first yield 226 runs and after that pursuit them down easily in only 17 overs. Aside from Toby Roland-Jones, all Middlesex bowlers were extravagant however that was more than compensated for by any semblance of Dawid Malan, Paul Stirling and AB de Villiers, every one of whom batted at a strike rate of more than 200.

Nottinghamshire vs Middlesex Match Details and Live Stream

Date: Thursday 5th September
Time: 19:00 (UK)/18:00 (GMT)/23:30 (IST)
Venue: Trent Bridge, Nottingham
TV Channel/Live Stream: Sky Sports Cricket, SkyGo app

Nottinghamshire vs Middlesex Probable Playing XIs


Joe Clarke, Alex Hales, Ben Duckett, Tom Moores, Jake Libby, Samit Patel, Daniel Christian, Luke Fletcher, Matthew Carter, Harry Gurney, and Imad Wasim

Bench: Luke Wood, Chris Nash, and Jake Ball


Dawid Malan, Paul Stirling, AB de Villiers, Eoin Morgan, Stephen Eskinazi, George Scott, John Simpson, Toby Roland-Jones, Tom Helm, Nathan Sowter and Steven Finn

Bench: Steve Eskinazi and Tom Barber

Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

Captain – Dawid Malan, Alex Hales, Harry Gurney

Vice-Captain – Ben Duckett, Daniel Christian, Paul Stirling

Nottinghamshire vs Middlesex Dream11 Team

Wicket-Keeper – Tom Moores

Batsmen – Dawid Malan, Alex Hales, Eoin Morgan, Joe Clarke

All-Rounders – Daniel Christian, Paul Stirling, Toby Roland-Jones

Bowlers – Harry Gurney, Steven Finn, Nathan Sowter

Nottinghamshire vs Middlesex Prediction

Both Notts Outlaws and Middlesex will extravagant their odds of going the whole distance on the off chance that they can get past this quarter-final. The Outlaws have the more noteworthy family in recent years in this format of the game however Middlesex have contributed vigorously in their team and their abroad stars this year trying to make a genuine push for the trophy. AB de Villiers and Mujeeb Ur Rahman are two of the best abroad players to have played in the current year’s competition and they will be crucial for Middlesex. While Mujeeb may not be the greatest worldwide name, his incorporation has a tremendous effect on the quality of the Middlesex bowling unit and that may simply be the integral factor in Middlesex edging what ought to be a classic.


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