Two Southerners Middlesex and Somerset will lock horns at Vitality T20 Blast 2019 on next Sunday. The match is set to happen in Middlesex’s home ground Old Deer Park, Richmond. Suddenly, T20VitalityBlast gets popularity among English people, especially in the London area. As this match is set to take place in London, we are expecting there will be a joyous atmosphere in the stadium.

Middlesex vs Somerset Dream 11 Match Preview: MID vs SOM, SG Vitality Blast T20 2019

Somerset has brought players like Babar Azam but their fate isn’t changing. On the other hand, Middlesex is literally flying at the moment.


Middlesex is playing damn good in this season. They already built a young squad rather than bringing star players. Their policy working wonderfully so far as they obtain a second place at the Southerner’s point table. The London-based team win 3 games and lost only in 1 game in their 4 matches till now. They also beat Glamorgan easily in their last match. The batsmen are in very good form and bowlers are also supporting the team in a positive way. Things are looking good for them at this moment.

Middlesex is united and working hard and its visible in their performance
Middlesex is united and working hard and its visible in their performance


Somerset is passing very bad times right now. They are at the second-last position at the Southerner’s point table and acquired only 2 points so far. They only won in 1 match and lost in 3 in their 4 matches. Except for their new recruitment Babar Azam, nobody is playing at their standard and been very inconsistent.

Somerset needs to gear up their performance asap
Somerset needs to gear up their performance asap

Weather Condition

Rains are heavily expected. Heavy winds and thunderstorms can come.

Pitch Condition 

Old Deer Park usually supports batsmen more but there’s a huge possibility of rainy weather the pitch could supports pacer.

Likely XI –


  • Steven Finn, 
  • John Simpson (wk), 
  • Dawid Malan (c), 
  • Toby Roland-Jones, 
  • Tom Helm, 
  • George Scott, 
  • Nathan Sowter, 
  • Max Holden, 
  • Stephen Eskinazi, 
  • Mujeeb Ur Rahman, 
  • Dan Lincoln


  • Jerome Taylor, 
  • James Hildreth, 
  • Roelof van der Merwe, 
  • Peter Trego, 
  • Max Waller, 
  • Lewis Gregory (c), 
  • Babar Azam, 
  • Craig Overton, 
  • Tom Abell, 
  • Tom Banton (wk), 
  • Tom Lammonby

Match Prediction 

The situation of Somerset is getting worse day by day. Considering the two team’s overall performance in the tournament so far, it should be an easy affair for Middlesex.

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Dawid Malan‘s men are in red hot form ahead of the game. Somerset isn’t on form and if they can’t turn around the scenario, they will face unexpected elimination for sure. This game will be the test for them, although it’s quite impossible to beat Middlesex at this moment.