Hampshire vs Surrey Astrology, Toss Prediction 100% True – Natwest t20 Blast 2015

Hey Guys You Can See Hampshire vs Surrey Astrology, Toss Prediction 100% True – Natwest t20 Blast 2015:- We Are Providing Today Hampshire vs Surrey 99th Astrology, Toss Prediction, Preview, Betting tips & Team News, Team Squad Lineups.Zafar Ansari says Surrey are confident they can still make the knockout stages of the NatWest T20 Blast.Three wins in a week have revived Surrey’s hopes of reaching the quarter-finals, moving them from bottom in the South group table and into contention for a top-four spot.And Ansari, who led the way with 3-17 in the eight-wicket win against Middlesex at the Oval last Friday, said confidence is high within the camp after the shift in momentum.

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 It can all change pretty quickly and we knew we weren’t going to keep losing games.We have had a good week with three wins in the T20 and a Championship win and that has given us a bit of momentum, and the boys are in good spirits at the moment.”

As such, it may seem a bad time for a week’s break, with Surrey not in action between the Middlesex match and a T20 fixture at the Ageas Bowl against Hampshire tonight (Friday).

But Ansari says that such has been the county’s schedule of late, packed full of County Championship and T20 matches, that it will be good to take time out and recharge the batteries.I think everyone was ready for the break,” he said.We have played a lot of cricket lately and it is good to have the chance to take a break.It may sound strange after a few wins, but I think it is a good time for a break and hopefully we can continue the momentum when we get back to it.”And Ansari said the convincing win in the first London derby of the season, which came with 32 balls to spare, was the ideal way to go into a break.


It was the complete package,” he said.We bowled and fielded well to restrict them [to 105-9 from 20 overs] and the batsmen did the job up top to see us home.I think it was probably the perfect way to go into a break and we are all happy because it has been a good week.”Meanwhile, with Steve Davies due to return from a broken finger in the next few weeks, and with last season’s top run-scorer in the competition, Jason Roy, yet to really fire, Ansari is confident there is still more to come from the side.He said: “Jason will come good and he has shown glimpses of it.We have Steve to come back too and hopefully he will be able to come back and help us in the knockout stages.We are feeling confident as a group and we look forward to the next few matches.We know that in this group, if we can play the cricket we know we are capable of, we can be successful.After travelling to Hampshire, Surrey host Kent in the County Championship Division Two, starting on Monday.


We’ve made plenty of profits backing the outsiders in a competition which has seen very few sides achieve a great deal of consistency this season – five of our six previews thus far having made a profit.It means there’s no reason to drift away from the tactic and this week Surrey look the underdog worth backing when they head to Hampshire.With the Londoners having only lost four games so far in a tight South Group, the argument can be made that they’d be top had the weather not punished them in two games.


Hampshire vs Surrey Astrology, Toss Prediction 100% True – Natwest t20 Blast 2015

With both sides on 10 points and just outside the top four places which will earn a quarter-final berth, this is a big game and for once we have some strong formlines. There’s no doubt, they point to a Surrey success.They’ve won their last three in this competition to reinvigorate a campaign which appeared to be heading nowhere.In contrast, finals day regulars Hampshire are stuck in a rut having lost their last three, all in comprehensive fashion, and across all formats it’s now five defeats in a row – a run which could be extended to six given they are at time of writing in trouble against perennial County Championship strugglers Worcestershire.

Hampshire vs Surrey Toss Prediction

Hampshire Will Win The Toss Choose To Field First.

Hampshire vs Surrey Who Will Win

Surrey Will Win The Match.

Hampshire vs Surrey Match Date, Start Time & Venue Information Detail

Date: Fri, Jul 10, 2015
Venue: The Ageas Bowl, Southampton

Hampshire vs Surrey 99th Match Team Squad Lineups:-

Hampshire Team Squad Lineup

Tom Barber, Danny Briggs, Matt Coles, Sean Ervine, Lewis McManus, Sean Terry, James Vince, Chris Wood, Andre Adams, Michael Carberry, Liam Dawson, Joe Gatting, Will Smith, James Tomlinson, Adam Wheater, Yasir Arafat,Gareth Berg, Fidel Edwards, Owais Shah, Jimmy Adams, Jackson Bird

Surrey Team Squad Lineup

Kevin Pietersen, Gary Wilson, David Balcombe, James Burke, Tom Curran, Jade Dernbach, Ben Foakes, Tim Linley,Jason Roy, Dominic Sibley, Chris Tremlett, Zafar Ansari, Gareth Batty, Rory Burns, Steven Davies, Matt Dunn, Arun Harinath, Stuart Meaker, Kumar Sangakkara, Vikram Solanki, Freddie van den Bergh, Moises Henriques, Aneesh Kapil, Wahab Riaz, Azhar Mahmood, Sam Curran, Dean Elgar

Hampshire vs Surrey Match Team News

Their powerful batting unit simply isn’t firing at the moment, as captain Michael Carberry admitted after last week’s loss to Glamorgan. In the same interview he also revealed how spirit in the camp was “not what it should be”.There are no such problems for Surrey, who have seen Jason Roy and Kumar Sangakkara return to their team in the last few games following international duty so it’s no surprise to see their results having picked up.Two of the most dangerous batsmen in the competition are back in the runs and more than capable of punishing a Hampshire attack which hasn’t been great at containing this season.All things considered, evens looks a decent shout about a win for the visitors and I make Surrey the best bet on the coupon.

With just six games remaining of an increasingly desperate season, the result left Hampshire cut adrift at the foot of the table and hurtling towards an instant return to division two.But with so many players lacking form, the first-team coach was also stunned at the manner of the defeat.Benkenstein said: ‘I’m shocked.The concern for me is the way we play. I don’t mind losing a match – winning and losing is part of the game.The manner in which we are losing is embarrassing and that is quite disappointing for me.As a player, I would be very disappointed and as a coach, it’s a reflection on me.That’s not how I like to play my cricket – to lay down and die.That’s the feeling that I have had and not the feeling we got from the guys last year.


‘We fought really hard last year but this is probably a culmination of a few losses. You lose form and you lose a bit of heart, I suppose.Your character is shown when you are under pressure.When we have been asked to stand up and be counted, we have been a bit weak.It doesn’t look very positive at the moment but cricket turns around very quickly.’Hampshire have been way below their efforts of last year that saw them seal the division two crown.

And while Benkenstein knows there has been a step up in the standard, he expected much more from his side.He said: ‘It may be linked to going up a level and that has knocked them from doing what they do well.Maybe they are trying different things to be better rather than sticking to what they know.It isn’t only the batting. We haven’t played well all round and have found it really tough.I thought we had turned the corner at Hove when we beat Sussex.We played good, hard cricket and that’s the brand of cricket I want to see us play. I’d have liked to have seen it more.


There are players here who have performed well over a number of years.They are allowed to have a lean season but when they are all doing it together, it’s not ideal.’It is now six straight defeats for Hampshire in both four-day and t20 cricket and they will attempt to stop the rot in the latter format at home to Surrey tonight (7pm).But they are in serious danger of failing to qualify from the south group with the South African feeling they must win three out of their four remaining games.Benkenstein said: ‘We are under massive pressure in the t20 as well.We need to win three out of the next four, I would say.‘If we lose this one against Surrey, I think we would need to win all three.‘If you want to get on a roll, now is the time to do it because it goes straight into quarter-finals and semi-finals.

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