Middlesex return to Vitality Blast action tonight as they take on Hampshire Hawks at the Ageas Bowl.
They'll be looking to bounce back and register their first win of the campaign, following last night's defeat to Surrey at Lord's.
Max Holden will be looking to back up his performance with the bat last night as he scored 43 and was subsequently voted iShares Player of the Match. Tom Helm took 3/38, with all three wickets coming in the final over of the Surrey innings.
As for the hosts, Hampshire will be wanting to open their account too, having lost their opener to Somerset at the Cooper Associates County Ground on Wednesday night after posting their lowest score in T20 cricket (74).
Middlesex will be hoping for a repeat of last year's win at the Ageas Bowl, when they came out on top by 10 runs in a game that went down to the wire. Jack Davies struck his highest T20 score (47) and Luke Hollman took 3/34 with the ball.
The squad remains unchanged, except for the addition of Max Harris who comes into the squad to make it 15-strong.
MIDDLESEX SQUAD TO FACE HAMPSHIRE HAWKS:
Stephen Eskinazi (c)
John Simpson (WK)