With a magnificent success over Middlesex, Hampshire kept them in dispute to fit the bill for the playoffs from the South Group of Vitality T20 Blast. To be qualified to advance to the following round, in any case, regardless they have to win their up and coming experience which is to be played against Glamorgan on twentieth August at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff. Taking into account how Glamorgan have fared in the competition up until now, they couldn’t have sought after a superior rival in an absolute necessity win installation. Glamorgan has unable to win any match in the challenge up until this point and will hope to make up for them by winning their last round of the stage.


It’s been a sort of season that Glamorgan would not have any desire to recall. They have been grim, without a doubt, and are at the base of the South Group table with only five to their name. They haven’t won any match in the competition with their best outcome being a tie.

They are coming into this match on the back of one more baffling outcome with Sussex Sharks beating them in a high-scoring experience. Batting first, Glamorgan figured out how to pile on 176 keeps running on the board, one of their most astounding this season, yet their bowlers ruined the protection as the Sharks pursued it down with 19 balls to save.

The expansion of Shaun Marsh to the highest point of their request demonstrated to be a gift as he played an essential thump of 52. Nicholas Selman was noteworthy also yet died in the wake of scoring a brisk flame 42. The absence of capability in their centre request was by and by obvious as any semblance of David Llyod and Chris Cooke neglected to raise the stakes after the takeoff of Colin Ingram. Despite the fact that Marsh played well for his 52, the administration will be worried about the pace at which he batted. He took 50 conveyances for his 52 and never looked in charge during his person on foot thump.

With the bowl, Glamorgan was simply standard as they needed exactness and control required to pick wickets. Andrew Salter, who came back with the amazing figures of 3 for 37, was their solitary fruitful bowler, yet he, as well, was excessively costly.

Glamorgan: Shaun Marsh, Nicholas Selman, Colin Ingram(c), David Lloyd, Chris Cooke(w), Andrew Salter, Callum Taylor, Marchant de Lange, Ruaidhri Smith, Roman Walker, Kiran Carlson, Prem Sisodiya, Graham Wagg, Jeremy Lawlor, Lukas Carey


With a definitive win over Middlesex Panthers only a couple of minutes back, Hampshire kept themselves hanging in the competition, yet by a meagre string. Considering just the focuses, they are at present put at the fourth spot, nearby Middlesex Panthers and Somerset, making the aftereffect of their up and coming installation critical.

Notwithstanding Mason Crane not being completely fit, Hampshire went for broke of handling him in their significant apparatus against Middlesex, and their bet absolutely paid enormous profits. Artisan Crane got two wickets for 22 keeps running in his four overs, and his spell never enabled the Panthers to pick up energy. In spite of AB de Villiers’ tremendous 52, Hampshire was left to pursue an aggregate of only 154, which they did without any difficulty.

James Vince helped his bat through while Aneurin Donald contributed with well-made 51. The opening association of 96 among Donald and Vince did what needs to be done for Hampshire as Sam Northeast and Rilee Rossouw contributed to finish the conventions. With their batsmen back among the runs, Hampshire is presently looking a very well-adjusted side and won’t be anything but difficult to beat should they get into the playoffs.

Hampshire: James Vince(c), Rilee Rossouw, Sam Northeast, Aneurin Donald, Liam Dawson, Lewis McManus(w), James Fuller, Tabraiz Shamsi, Kyle Abbott, Chris Wood, Mason Crane, Brad Taylor, Ryan Stevenson, Tom Alsop, Ian Holland

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