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Toss Winner - Hampshire won the toss and chose to bowl first
Hampshire beat Surrey by 9 wickets
Hampshire's quest for first win against Surrey since 2015
Surrey to win
Tournament: VITALITY T20 BLAST 2023 | Format: T20 | Venue: Kennington Oval, London, England | Toss: To BowlBet Now
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Surrey will look to continue with its dominance as they take on the Hampshire Hawks in the 84th game of the Vitality T20 Blast 2023. Surrey won the last game against Somerset and sits at the top of the points table. The Hampshire Hawks lost the last game against Sussex Sharks, and they will look to win this one and improve their position on the points table.
Surrey has dominated the Hampshire Hawks and hasn't lost a game against them in the last seven seasons. They are in good form and play at home and shall look to make the most out of this advantage. Hampshire Hawks have to deliver a special performance to stop the Surrey juggernaut.
Chris Jordan will be confident with his side's prospects in this game. They defeated Somerset by 28 runs in the last game and have their key players in good form. The side hasn't lost a game at home this year, and they will look to continue with the good record. They are already in the next round, and Jordan will look to win this game and build momentum.
Laurie Evans and Will Jacks bring good firepower to the batting, and both have done well. The side will need a good start from the opening pair. Sam Curran, Jamie Overton, and Tom Curran are doing well in the middle order, which adds to the side's batting strength. In the lower middle order, they will also expect a good show from Sean Abbott, Jordan, and Jamie Smith.
Sam Curran picked five wickets in the last game and will aim to strike early, sharing the new ball with Sean Abbott. Sunil Narine and Chris Jordan have a lot of experience and will look to deliver a strong performance in this game. Tom Curran, Tom Lawes, and Gus Atkinson add to the side's bowling options, making this attack formidable.
Chris Jordan (c), Will Jacks, Laurie Evans, Sam Curran, Jamie Smith (wk), Tom Curran, Jamie Overton, Sean Abbott, Sunil Narine, Gus Atkinson, Tom Lawes
Jamie Smith, Will Jacks, Tom Curran, Gus Atkinson, Sam Curran, Thomas Lawes, Jamie Overton, Sean Abbott, Chris Jordan, Sunil Narine, Laurie Evans
James Vince's side has been inconsistent, often following a victory with a loss. The side comes into this game with a 6-run loss against the Sussex Sharks. They are up against a team they haven't defeated in the last seven years. Vince would expect a good show from his players as they look to overcome this mental battle.
Ben McDermott and Vince have played well at the top, and the side will expect a strong show from them. Toby Albert, Joe Weatherley, and Ross Whiteley must do well in the middle order as they will face a strong bowling attack. The side will also look for runs in the lower middle order from James Fuller, Liam Dawson, and Chris Wood add to the side's batting strengths.
Chris Wood and John Turner leaked runs in the last game, and they must come up with better spells against Surrey. Nathan Ellis bowled well;l in the last game, and he will have to check the flow of runs in the middle overs with James Fuller. Benny Howell and Liam Dawson will look to do well in the supporting role.
James Vince (c), Ben McDermott (wk), Toby Albert, Joe Weatherley, Ross Whiteley, James Fuller, Benny Howell, Liam Dawson, Chris Wood, Nathan Ellis, John Turner
James Vince, Benny Howell, Nathan Ellis, Joe Weatherley, Liam Dawson, James Fuller, John Turner, Toby Albert, Ross Whiteley, Ben McDermott, Chris Wood
The skies over London will be cloudy on June 18, and we expect the ball to move in the early overs. There would be good pace and bounce on this surface. Batsmen will have to be watchful on this surface, and the side batting first would be happy to have 170 runs on the board here.
Kennington Oval, London, balances it out between the batsmen and the bowlers. Fast bowlers see early assistance from this surface, but batsmen who get their eyes in have done well here. It isn't the easiest venue for the spinners, as the short square boundaries make it a challenging track to bowl on.
Sides batting second have won more games at this venue, and defending a total isn't easy. The side chasing the score has an advantage as they can pace the innings in this format. Hence, we believe the side that wins the toss here would have no hesitation in opting to bowl first.
The Hampshire Hawks need to get over their poor record against Surrey. They will need runs from their top order to put the hosts under pressure. Surrey has done well since the start of the season, with seven wins in nine games. They have a strong bowling attack, and playing at home shall start favorites in this game.
Surrey to win
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