It is a positive sign when every game a club plays is important and that continues to be the case in our Yorkshire Bank 40 match against Yorkshire at Headingley. After a wobbly start we are now playing excellent 40-over cricket, and we need this to continue if we are to push for a semi-final spot.
Yorkshire has tended to use these games as opportunities to rest senior bowlers and give their youngsters a chance. Despite there being a few unfamiliar names we must ensure that we are on top of our game and do not take anything for granted.
There will be a couple of changes to our side as Chris Rogers has joined up with Australia’s Ashes squad and James Harris is injured (he sustained a side strain in the match against Yorkshire last week at Lord’s). Sam Robson comes in as a potential replacement for Rogers whilst Tom Helm and Josh Davey will compete for the final bowling/all-rounder position. Adam Voges will make his Middlesex debut on Sunday against the Unicorns.
Middlesex CCC is pleased to announce the following 13-man squad to play against the Yorkshire Vikings at Headingley tomorrow, Thursday 20 June:
Neil Dexter (c)
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