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Online Cricket Betting Tips and Match Prediction Royal London One-Day Cup 2019- Kent v Middlesex

Middlesex players celebrate a wicket

Kent and Middlesex will lock horns against each other at the St Lawrence Ground in Canterbury.

There is actually not much for both teams to get out of this match. Kent are already out of the race with only two wins and four losses from seven matches.

Middlesex, on the other hand, have won five and lost two out of their seven games and have 10 points. The team is at the second spot and even if it loses this game, Middlesex are likely to make it to the quarter finals due to their good run rate. They will, though, have to combat wholesale changes with the departure of international stars Eoin Morgan, Paul Stirling, Dawid Malan and Tim Murtagh.

Nick Gubbins has been the key batsman for the team. Although he missed his century by just two runs the other day, he has four half-centuries and has scored 370 runs from just six matches. Stephen Sean Eskinazi has also breached the 300 run-mark. Nathan Sowter has taken his game to another level this season with 22 wickets from seven matches. Toby Roland-Jones and Tom Helm have also been among the wickets for middlesex.

Zak Crawley and Matt Milnes have done their job perfectly well for Kent with bat and ball respectively but have not received enough support from their teammates.


Let's have a look at the probable playing XI of both teams.


Kent- Daniel Bell-Drummond, Zak Crawley, Matt Renshaw, Heino Kuhn, Alex Blake, Oliver Robinson, Adam Rouse, Harry Podmore, Matt Milnes, Imran Qayyum, Fred Klaassen

Middlesex- Sam Robson, Max Holden, Nick Gubbins, Ross Taylor, Stephen Sean Eskinazi, John Simpson, George Scott, Toby Roland-Jones, James Harris, Nathan Sowter, Tom Helm


Cricket Betting Tips and Match Predictions*

Who will win? – Middlesex

Top Batsman (Runs Scored) –Zak Crawley (Kent), Nick Gubbins (Middlesex)

Top Bowler (Wickets taken) – Matt Milnes (Kent), Nathan Sowter (Middlesex)

Most boundaries – Zak Crawley (Kent), Nick Gubbins (Middlesex)

Team Scores Batting First – Kent 235+, Middlesex 260+

*NB these predictions may be changed nearer the start of the match once the final starting teams have been announced and we will be running ‘In–Play’ features soon, so stay tuned.

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