Middlesex vs Gloucestershire, South Group NatWest T20 Blast, 2017 Ball By Ball Today Match Prediction, Live Score Cricinfo cricbuzz Yahoo Cricket Live Score Ball BY Ball Live Commentary which can held on Aug 15, 2017, Tuesday at Uxbridge Cricket Club Ground, Uxbridge and the match begins at 04:30 PM GMT / 05:30 PM local time.
It was a second win in as many matches for the Eagles and maintains hopes of reaching the knockout stages of the competitors, though Gloucestershire will present a stiff problem. Essex will need to enhance upon a poor current record against the West Country side if they’re to make it three wins in a row.
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and Gloucestershire have won 4 of their final 5 games in opposition to the Eagles, after having misplaced every of the 4 meetings between these groups prior to that. Gloucestershire’s final 4 wins at Bristol have come when chasing;
Michael Klinger (95 not out) and Ian Cockbain (69 not out) put on an unbeaten second-wicket partnership worth 137 when these sides final met in July 2016, the highest unbroken stand in 2016 and Gloucestershire’s fourth highest ever T20 partnership.
Essex head coach Chris Silverwood has named a 13-man squad for the journey and appreciates that it’s a must-win sport for his side.
“Issues are very tight on this group however we’ve now had back-to-back wins and that retains our hopes to achieve the quarter-finals nonetheless alive,” he stated. “We probably have to win all three of our remaining matches however we are fairly able to doing that if we keep playing to our strengths.
“We have some excellent characters in our dressing room, all of us need success for the group and are desperate to succeed but you don’t have any divine proper to exit and win any sport of cricket,
you need to earn the proper to be successful and have to combat for every inch. Gloucestershire captain Michael Klinger admitted his side had fallen short with the bat after posting a meagre 121-8.