Dream11 Surrey vs Middlesex Prediction, June 10, Vitality Blast 2021

Dream11 Surrey vs Middlesex Prediction, June 10, Vitality Blast 2021
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Surrey vs Middlesex Match Details

In this article, we preview Surrey vs Middlesex, the match scheduled to be played in the Vitality Blast T20 Championship 2021 on June 10 in London. In a match between otherwise comparable sides, Surrey appear to hold the edge, with relatively more consistent top-order batsmen.

Team Surrey Report

Surrey: Mark Stoneman, Ryan Patel, Hashim Amla, Jamie Smith, Laurie Evans, Will Jacks, Jamie Overton, J Clark, Rikki Clarke, Dan Moriarty, Amar Virdi

Team Middlesex Report

Middlesex: Sam Robson, Stevie Eskinazi, Nick Gubbins, Peter Handscomb, Robbie White, John Simpson, Martin Anderson, Luke Hollman, Tom Helm, Ethan Bamber, Murtagh

Dream11 Fantasy Team

Wicketkeepers

Our keepers are Simpson and Smith. Simpson has had several good starts, though he has only converted one (when he scored 95 against Leicester in May). In Foakes’s absence, Smith will keep wickets for Surrey and that is good news as he will add points behind the stumps to his batting value which has been proven with innings of 123 against Leicester and 78 against Hants.

Batsmen

Robson, Stoneman, Amla, White, and Gubbins are our five batsmen. Robson has been Middlesex’s best batsman by a country mile, with brilliant innings of 165 versus Somerset and 95 against Surrey as evidence of his talent. Stoneman had a hundred against Leicester while Amla made 215 against Hants. Another 173 against Gloucester only confirmed our belief in Amla’s class. White has had four near-hundreds, a bright spot in a Middlesex top order that has not always delighted. Gubbins has had starts on nearly every visit to the crease and is due for a big one.

All-Rounders

Andersson has scored runs and taken wickets consistently for Middlesex, earning him our lone all-rounder spot. 

Bowlers

Murtagh, Bamber, and Virdi take our three bowling spots. Murtagh’s tally of 17 wickets in his first four county games was a sign of things to come. His most impressive showing was his scalping of seven wickets versus Somerset. Bamber has been no less impressive with 14 wickets in his first four matches, highlighted by a return of 3/24 versus Somerset. Surrey’s Virdi has brought spin back into the limelight, with 14 wickets in his initial four games, including figures of 6/171 versus Leicester. He also took 4/96 and 3/46 in the match against Gloucester.

Captain and Vice-Captain

We have handed the captaincy of our dream11 to Andersson and the vice-captaincy to Robson.

Our Dream11

Simpson, Smith, Stoneman, Amla, White, Robson, Gubbins, , Andersson, Murtagh, Bamber, Virdi

Summary

We have also made our SUR vs MID dream11 prediction after an in-depth analysis on the relative merits of the various players, based on their performances in previous county championship games.

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