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Glamorgan and Surrey meet each other on 17th August 2018 in what could be termed as a pre-quarterfinal. Glamorgan and Surrey have played an equal number of games in the competition so far and the winner of this game will be sure to advance into the quarterfinal provided Sussex loses at least one of their next two matches. Both the teams feature excellent batting lineups with not so good lineups which makes this match a perfect candidate of becoming high-scoring, nail-biting encounter.
Glamorgan are above Surrey in the points table, but the difference is only one point which could get reversed if they fail to deliver. They looked in prolific touch a couple of games ago, but bad losses in their last two games have put them in a spot of bother.
They lost their game against Somerset by a reasonable margin of 29 runs, chasing a total of 210. However, their loss in the previous match would be more worrying for the management as their batsmen failed to score even a hundred while chasing 186 against Sussex.
The promising batting lineup of theirs, which includes the likes of Colin Ingram, Aneurin Donald, Kiran Carlson, and Craig Meschede fell like a pack of cards in a crucial chase. Salter did well for them with the bat and it was Donald who top-scored for them with 27. Other players would need to join the party if they have to make any dent on Surrey's strong lineup.
Craig Meschede, Aneurin Donald, Colin Ingram, Kiran Carlson, David Lloyd, Chris Cooke, Graham Wagg, Andrew Salter, Ruaidhri Smith, Timm van der Gugten, Michael Hogan.
An important victory in their last match moved them into the fifth place, above Sussex, but they'd need to continue that momentum going so as to qualify for the playoffs. Bowling first, they restricted listless Hampshire to an under-par score of 133.
Although they lost Jason Roy on his first delivery, the pair of Aaron Finch and Nic Maddinson was too much to handle for the bowlers of Hampshire as Surrey cruised to a seven-wicket win in a crucial encounter. As as been the case in the tournament for them, this win too was scripted by Aaron Finch with the bat, and he will be an important pillar with the bat in their next game.
It was Surrey's disciplined bowling which never allowed Hampshire to get going by picking up wickets at the regular intervals. Morne Morkel was once again impressive at the top as most of the opponents' batsmen failed to read his slower ones and deal with the bounce he extracts off the surface. He will be a vital cog once again for Surrey to make an impact in their next game.
Aaron Finch, Rory Burns, Nic Maddinson, Will Jacks, Ben Foakes, Rikki Clarke, Mark Stoneman, Tom Curran, Morne Morkel, Gareth Batty, Jade Dernbach.
After a few brilliant sets of matches, Glamorgan's seems to have lost plot as they succumbed to two heavy losses. Surrey, on the other hand, have a new-found confidence with Finch, Maddinson, and Roy at the top of the order. They have a more balanced batting lineup which is capable of destroying even the best bowling attack in the world. With the momentum and strong batting lineup, Surrey are better placed to win the upcoming encounter which could very well be termed as a virtual pre-quarterfinal.