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Middlesex v Essex Match Preview
The home of cricket, the historic and majestic as well as aesthetically pleasing Lord's Cricket Ground in London, England, will play host to a fascinating game between the home team Middlesex and the visiting side Essex in the Vitality T20 Blast competition on 24 June 2021, Thursday. This game will be played out in front of eager fans who will be desperate to see their team triumph over the visiting side, who hail from the town of Chelmsford.
We expect the visiting side Essex to win this match against their opponents Middlesex. The visitors should be able to prevail over the home side by an easy and comfortable margin. This can be a very simple yet momentous game for the hosts.
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Middlesex can bank on their captain, Eoin Morgan, who is also England's limited-overs skipper. Along with Morgan are Paul Stirling, Steven Finn and Tim Murtagh, who can help the home team get some points on Thursday against Essex.
Middlesex Team News
Essex will be thankful to Samuel Cook, who helped them end a four-match losing streak against Surrey the other day. Cook and others such as Daniel Lawrence, James Neesham, and Ryan ten Doeschate are some of the important players for the visiting side.
Essex Team News
The Middlesex v Essex match can be viewed on the Sky Sports Network in the United Kingdom accompanied by live commentary that will cover all the major events that will take place during the game.
- These two clubs go back a long way and are known for their fierce rivalry.
- Essex just ended a four-match losing streak the other day.
- There is a gap of three points between the two teams in the league table at the time of writing.
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