Middlesex vs Surrey, South Group Ball By Ball Today Match Prediction, which can held on Jul 13, 2017, Thursday at Lord’s, London and the match begins at 6.15PM there local time.
last match Surrey won by four runs
Australia limited-overs opener Aaron Finch struck his second half-century in as many games for Surrey on Sunday but Somerset, boosted by the awarding of the additional dozen runs late of their run-chase, nearly reeled in Surrey’s 181 in an entertaining match at The Oval.
With three overs left, Somerset still required 51 to win with only two wickets in hand.
However hard-hitting New Zealander Corey Anderson smashed sixes off the primary two balls of the 18th over as the umpires confirmed the 12-run penalty – six runs per over not but bowled – when Surrey’s allotted time to bowl their 20 overs elapsed during that over.
Gloucestershire and Middlesex acquired the 2017 NatWest T20 Blast off to an exciting begin with a high-scoring tie at Cheltenham on Friday afternoon.
Middlesex vs Surrey, South Group Ball By Ball Today Match Prediction,
Surrey will win
Middlesex tail-ender Nathan Sowter (12) was caught off Benny Howell’s final ball of the match at cover as the guests needed to settle for matching Gloucestershire’s tally of 182 after Ryan Higgins’ stonking 68 not from 28 balls had pulled Brendon McCullum’s side again from the brink of defeat.
Middlesex regarded all-but crushed once they slumped to 119-8 with 4.2 overs remaining but Higgins – whose innings featured six sixes and four fours – then ran riot, smearing the subsequent three overs for 11, 19 and 18 respectively.
The 22-year-old hit his remaining most three balls from the tip however then might solely bag a single off the subsequent earlier than Sowter picked out Tom Smith as Gloucester earned a share of the spoils.
Tom Curran (3-28) additionally starred on the demise for Surrey as they pipped Essex Eagles by two runs at Chelmsford – the England seamer taking two wickets, including Ravi Bopara (75), within the remaining over as he shipped simply seven of the 10 runs Essex required.
Aaron Finch (56 off 27) and Dom Sibley (61 off 40) had earlier hit half-centuries for Surrey as they posted 188-8, Bopara taking two scalps, together with that of Finch caught behind.