MID vs NOT | 2nd Quarter-Final of T20 Blast, Dream11 Team Preview and Prediction | 05-09-2019 23:30

Nottinghamshire vs Middlesex Prediction

Match:  MID vs NOT Fantasy Team Prediction
Time05 Sep , 11:30 PM (IST)
Series: 2nd Quarter-Final of T20 Blast
Venue: Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

Toss: Nottinghamshire won the TOSS & elected to bowl first.

Nottinghamshire (Playing XI):
Chris Nash, Alex Hales, Ben Duckett, Jake Libby, Samit Patel, Tom Moores(w), Daniel Christian(c), Imad Wasim, Luke Wood, Matthew Carter, Harry Gurney
Middlesex (Playing XI): 
Dawid Malan(c), Paul Stirling, Stephen Eskinazi, AB de Villiers, Eoin Morgan, John Simpson(w), Toby Roland-Jones, Tom Helm, Nathan Sowter, Steven Finn, Mujeeb Ur Rahman

MID vs NOT Head to Head Stats

This will actually be the first time Notts Outlaws have ever played Middlesex in T20 cricket, with the two teams never having drawn each other in the knock-out stages before.


  • North Group runners-up Notts Outlaws won six and lost four of their group matches, which was just enough - on net run rate - to earn a home quarter-final.
  • Middlesex, meanwhile, won seven and lost six of their group games - a stunning chase at Taunton in their final match, against Somerset, seeing them snatch a quarter-final place.
  • England captain Eoin Morgan top-scored for Middlesex in that game, smashing 83 from 29 balls as they chased 227 in just 17 overs to win by six wickets.

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MID vs NOT Weather Report

There is practically no chance of rain on Thursday evening, with sun forecast – albeit the temperature will get no higher than 16 degrees.

MID vs NOT Pitch Condition

Trent Bridge has favoured batting though the World Cup showed that good, fast bowling can combat the obvious advantages afforded to the batsmen.

MID vs NOT Toss Prediction

Trent Bridge is a bat first wicket in normal circumstances and the Outlaws will want to put a big score on the board in front of their home fans.

Team NEWS:

NOT Team News

Imad Wasim returned for the final group game – the home defeat to Durham – and could feature ahead of Luke Wood and Jake Ball for this final group game. That has generally been the only Outlaws’ position not settled, particularly since Luke Fletcher’s return to the team.

MID Team News

With Mohammad Hafeez away, Mujeeb Ur Rahman is back in the Middlesex squad for T20 blast quarter-finals. He will bolster a bowling unit that came in for some punishment last time out but Middlesex are unlikely to make any other batting changes given how their top-order fired in the win against Somerset.

Predicted Lineups (Playing11):

NOT PlayingXI:

Alex Hales, Joe Clarke, Ben Duckett, Jake Libby, Tom Moores (wk), Dan Christian (c), Samit Patel, Luke Fletcher, Imad Wasim, Matthew Carter, Harry Gurney

MID PlayingXI:

Paul Stirling, Dawid Malan (c), AB de Villiers, Eoin Morgan, George Scott, John Simpson (wk), Toby Roland-Jones, Tom Helm, Nathan Sowter, Steven Finn, Mujeeb Ur Rahman

MID vs NOT Fantasy Team:

(you can make your team with help of video, below stats & records with player info & key players)
Other C & VC Options: Ab D, D Christian & P Stirling (GL)
1.  T Moors
2.  B Duckett
3.  J Clarke
4.  Ab de Villiers
5.  D Malan
6.  D Christian
7.  P Stirling
8.  T Roland Jones
9.  M Carter
10. T Helm / Mujeeb ur Rahman
11. N Sowter

Key Players:

NOT Key Players

Alex Hales: 

Top-scored in the group stage for the Outlaws with 283 runs in ten innings, which included three half-centuries. The danger he poses at the top of the order is well known, particularly at Trent Bridge.

Harry Gurney: 

Melbourne Renegades’ Big Bash winner continued his excellent T20 bowling form in this competition, with 18 wickets in the ten group games.

Dan Christian: 

The hugely experienced captain (and another of the Renegades’ champions), the Australian all-rounder has scored 168 runs in nine innings and claimed seven wickets in seven bowling innings.

MID Key Players

Eoin Morgan: 

England’s World Cup-winning captain was in sublime form last time out, smashing five fours and eight sixes in a 29-ball knock of 83 not out as Middlesex beat Somerset to reach the last eight.

AB de Villiers: 
Scored 32 from 16 balls last time out and he has 337 runs in total from seven innings, including four half-centuries. Not only that, but he also boasts a phenomenal strike rate of 185.16.

Dawid Malan: 
The Middlesex captain has scored 488 runs in 13 innings so far – only two players have scored more than him in this year’s tournament and both (Babar Azam and Tom Banton) ply their trade at batsman-friendly Taunton.




Dawid Malan(c), Paul Stirling, AB de Villiers, Eoin Morgan, John Simpson(w), Toby Roland-Jones, Tom Barber, Tom Helm, Nathan Sowter, Steven Finn, Stephen Eskinazi, James Harris, George Scott, Mujeeb Ur Rahman


Joe Clarke, Alex Hales, Ben Duckett, Jake Libby, Samit Patel, Tom Moores(w), Daniel Christian(c), Imad Wasim, Luke Fletcher, Matthew Carter, Harry Gurney, Jake Ball, Luke Wood, Chris Nash

All the best


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