SUR vs MID Head to Head Records: The SportsRush presents for you the Head to Head statistics for tonight’s match of T20 Blast 2021.
A South Group match of the ongoing 19th season of the T20 Blast will be played between Surrey and Middlesex at The Oval and will be among the six matches which will be played in the competition tonight.
Although they’ve won only three matches so far, Surrey have remained unbeaten in the six matches they’ve played this season to be at the third position on the points table.
Middlesex, on the other hand, are reeling at the bottom of the points table with a lone victory and five losses in their six matches till now. In addition to their poor current form, Middlesex’s overall record against Surrey isn’t good either. Therefore, beating Surrey at their home ground will be no mean task for them.
Going for the London Derby double!
— Surrey Cricket (@surreycricket) June 25, 2021
SUR vs MID Head to Head Records in T20 Blast
Total number of matches played: 35
Matches won by SUR: 23
Matches won by MID: 12
Matches played at The Oval: 17 (SUR 12, MID 5)
Matches played at Lord’s: 18 (SUR 11, MID 7)
Matched played in June: 13 (SUR 10, MID 3)
SUR average score against MID: 160
MID average score against SUR: 148
Most runs for SUR: 173 (Rikki Clarke)
Most runs for MID: 414 (Paul Stirling)
Most wickets for SUR: 32 (Gareth Batty)
Most wickets for MID: 18 (Steven Finn)
Most catches for SUR: 6 (Tom Curran and Gareth Batty)
Most catches for MID: 14 (John Simpson)
The last time that Surrey and Middlesex had locked horns against each other was at Lord’s just over a couple of weeks ago. After the then Middlesex captain Eoin Morgan had invited the visitors in to bat first, Surrey had scored a formidable 223/7 in 20 overs on the back of a quickfire 95-run opening partnership between Jason Roy (45) and Will Jacks (70).
In the second innings, Middlesex opening batsmen Steven Eskinazi (36) and Paul Stirling (58) had put together an 87-run opening stand but things started to fell apart from them in the second half of their innings as they ended up losing the match by 54 runs. Surrey all-rounder Sam Curran was the pick of the bowlers for them with bowling figures of 4-0-29-4.