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Vitality T20 Blast is continuing to march at a rapid pace with as many as up to four matches being played in a day. We have seen a couple of cliffhangers played already and more exciting encounters are set to follow. Surrey are all set to take on Somerset in a South Group match. The match between the two sides will be played at County Ground, Taunton on 12th June 2021.
Compared to the last year, Somerset went into their first match with a relatively new-look side. They did not have Babar Azam at the top of the order and their middle-order looked different as well. James Hildreth did remarkably well after being promoted to open the innings, but Somerset as a team failed to get a result out in their favor in a crunch game against Essex.
Batting first against a potent bowling unit, Tom Banton and James Hildreth plundered together 57 runs off the powerplay, but couldn't carry on for any longer. The experiment to send Roelof van der Merwe did not work as Somerset managed to score just 11 runs off three overs after the powerplay, thereby losing all the momentum. With some lusty hits towards the end of the innings, Ben Green pushed Somerset to a total of 185, but that didn't prove enough against a potent batting unit of Essex.
Josh Davey and Marchant de Lange picked up three wickets each, but they were a little too expensive. On paper, Somerset have a decent lineup, but a void in their middle-order is well and truly apparent. They have the depth in the batting order and if their stalwarts manage to fire, Somerset could be a tough team to play against.
Tom Banton, James Hildreth, Will Smeed, TB Abell, EJ Byrom, Lewis Gregory, Marchant de Lange, Josh Davey, Jack Brooks, MTC Waller, Ben Green.
Surrey had a terrific campaign last year, topping the South Group charts, and would want to repeat the feat once again. They eventually made it to the grand finale before bowing out against Nottinghamshire in a rain-inflicted encounter. At the time of writing, Surrey looked in a stupendous position in their match against Middlesex. It seems like they have started from where they left off last year.
Batting first against Middlesex, Surrey got off to a solid start, riding on the back of superb knocks by Will Jacks and Jason Roy. Will Jacks, in particular, was superb as he smashed 70 off just 24 deliveries. The rest of their batsmen continued to play at the same pace as Surrey finished their innings with a total of 223 runs on the board.
With the likes of Tom Curren, Dan Moriarty, and Gareth Batty, Surrey have a remarkable bowling unit that can keep even the best of the batting lineups quiet. The availability of experienced all-rounders in Sam Curran and Tom Curran impart depth to their side. If Surrey can play to their on-paper potential in this upcoming match on Wednesday.
Jason Roy, Will Jacks, Laurie Evans, Jamie Smith, Sam Curran, Jordan Clark, Jamie Overton, Tom Curran, Gareth Batty, Matt Dunn, Daniel Moriarty.
These are early days in the tournament, but points on board can be of mighty importance. Besides, both sides will want to get their combinations right before it gets too late. Going by how two sides did in their respective first matches, a high-scoring contest is certainly on the cards. Keeping the on-paper combinations of Somerset and Surrey into consideration, betting on a Surrey win should be the way to go in this upcoming contest.
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