Ball by ball T20 Blast CricBuzz live scores Surrey vs Birmingham 25 Aug 2017. It is the 4th quarter final game of the NatWest t20 cricket tournament. This match SUR vs BIR will be played at Kennington Oval, London and is planned to begin at 07:00 PM local time. Get the latest info of the match that will be played on 08/25/2017 and live scoring updates of every ball only on cricbuzzlivescores.com.
T20 Blast CricBuzz Live Scores Surrey vs Birmingham 25 Aug 2017
Three teams have already qualified for the semi-final of the tournament and winner of this match will also through to the semi-finals. Surrey will endeavor to make it four T20 wins in succession when they go up against Birmingham Bears in Friday’s last NatWest T20 Blast quarter-last conflict, at the Kia Oval. The home side surged to second spot in the South Group with a late keep running of triumphs and now have the Bears in their sights, with a place at Finals Day at Edgbaston in question.
Surrey opener Jason Roy told his club’s site: It will be colossal. We’ve not played anyplace close to our potential but rather we’ve went down and put in some great exhibitions. A home quarter-last is as well as can be expected seek after toward the begin of this opposition.
Cricbuzz Ball by Ball Live Score Surrey vs Birmingham
Birmingham have the second-most elevated wicket-taker in the gathering stage in their positions – Jeetan Patel’s pull of 19 just obscured by the 22 wickets sacked by Leicestershire’s Clint McKay. Bears captain Grant Elliott told his region’s site that his squad has the profundity to achieve a third Finals Day in four years.
Match – Surrey vs Birmingham, 4th Quarter-Final, NatWest t20 Blast, 2017
Date – Friday, August 25, 2017
Time – 06:00 PM GMT
Venue – Kennington Oval, London
T20 Blast Match Squad 2017
Ben Foakes (wk), Gareth Batty (c), Jason Roy, Aaron Finch, Moises Henriques, Ollie Pope, Sam Curran, Tom Curran, Rikki Clarke, Rory Burns, Stuart Meaker, Jade Dernbach, Matt Dunn, Mathew Pillans, Ravi Rampaul, Kumar Sangakkara, Ryan Patel, Freddie van den Bergh, Scott Borthwick, Zafar Ansari, Mark Stoneman, Kevin Pietersen
Grant Elliott (c), Alex Mellor (wk), Ed Pollock, Dominic Sibley, Adam Hose, Colin de Grandhomme, Sam Hain, Aaron Thomason, Jeetan Patel, Olly Stone, Chris Wright, Chris Woakes, Ian Westwood, Andrew Umeed, Jonathan Trott, Boyd Rankin, Josh Poysden, Mark Richard Adair, Keith Barker, Ateeq Javid