After just eleven overs play were possible across the entire four days at Grace Road this week, Middlesex’s next outing in the Specsavers County Championship comes at Radlett Cricket Club’s Brunton Memorial Ground, where they’ll face a Glamorgan side currently sat in second place in the Division Two table.
Middlesex today named a thirteen-man squad to travel to Grace Road to take on Leicestershire in the Specsavers County Championship this week.
The Middlesex Women's squad spent an evening at Niketown London to celebrate the launch of the Oxford Street store's new Women's floor
Middlesex Cricket have named a strong squad to take on Leinster Lightning in the Summer Smash at Pembroke CC in Dublin on 21st June 2019
After securing an important moral boosting victory over Worcestershire earlier this week - a side many predicted would be one of Middlesex’s promotion rivals this season, Stuart Law’s men have the chance to immediately repeat the feat against another of them this week, when Sussex are the visitors to the Home of Cricket.
In a Division Two Championship title-decider second-placed Middlesex host leaders Berkshire at Mill Hill School
Middlesex have named a strong 12-player squad for their first county match at Lord's - the London Cup against Surrey.
Stuart Law names a thirteen-man squad for our clash at New Road against Worcestershire, led by returning captain Dawid Malan
Middlesex Women go up against Somerset and Devon this weekend! Here's the match previews and squads for each game
Fourth-placed Middlesex face Wales who are third on the table at Pontarddulais Cricket Club in Swansea on Sunday in what looks set to be a close encounter between strong sides.
Recalled from his loan spell at Derbyshire, we caught up with Tom Lace today at Lord's, head of his Middlesex debut tomorrow against Leicestershire in the Specsavers County Championship.
Middlesex return to Lord’s tomorrow where they’ll pick up their Specsavers County Championship campaign looking to secure their first four-day win of the year.
Following a convincing 168 run victory over Worcestershire, Middlesex will be hoping to carry that winning momentum into their third match of the season away to Durham.
Middlesex’s victory over Kent at the Spitfire Ground in Canterbury on Tuesday night saw them qualify for tomorrow’s semi-final play-off match against Lancashire – their reward for finishing as South Group runners up with a record of six wins from eight games played in the competition’s group stage.
Another superb performance at Lord’s yesterday against Glamorgan put Middlesex in pole-position to claim a knockout place in the South Group of the Royal London One-Day Cup. They will head to Canterbury tomorrow knowing that anything but defeat to Kent will see them qualify for Friday’s play-off match to secure a place in the semi-finals.
On Sunday Middlesex host Worcestershire in the County Championship at Mill Hill School. This is the London side's second competitive match of the season and they will be looking to register their first win in the competition.