Nottinghamshire vs Middlesex 2nd Quarter Final Prediction

  • Sep 05, 2019
  • 23:30:00, GMT +5:30
  • Trent Bridge - Nottingham, England
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  • Sep 06, 2019
Nottinghamshire Notts Nottinghamshire
Middlesex MDX Middlesex

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NOTTS vs MDX, 2nd Quarter Final T20 blast 2019 Match free betting tips, Prediction & Dream11 Team. Head to Head, & Playing 11 to bet with Betway, 10cric & Bet365.
  • 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.

Our Pick Middlesex are favorites to win

Posted On 4th September 2019 06:37:42
Posted by Joy

Who will win Notts Outlaws vs Middlesex 2nd QF, Vitality Blast 2019?

North Group runners-up Notts Outlaws take on South Group third-placed team Middlesex in one of the four quarter-finals of the 2019 Vitality Blast. The match will take place at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, on September 5 and the live action is scheduled to stat at 19:00 local time.

The Outlaws, champions in 2017, have been led by the batting of former England opener Alex Hales – who has top-scored with 283 runs in ten innings – and the bowling of Big Bash winner Harry Gurney, who has claimed 18 wickets.

Middlesex, meanwhile, showed why their batting order is considered to be one of the best in the competition when they beat Somerset to qualify for this game. Eoin Morgan, Dawid Malan, Paul Stirling and AB de Villiers all contributed to their record chase of 227 in 17 overs. Middlesex, as a result, have the momentum going into this quarter-final.

NOTTS vs MDX, Vitality Blast 2019: Where to watch/Live streaming

TV channels: Sky Sports

Live streaming: Now TV

NOTTS vs MDX 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.

NOTTS vs MDX 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.

NOTTS vs MDX 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.

Read on for team previews, betting tips, latest odds and match prediction for Notts Outlaws vs Middlesex, Vitality Blast 2019...

Nottinghamshire vs Middlesex

Nottinghamshire Team News & Playing 11

NOTTS 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.

NOTTS 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.

NOTTS Team Form

Notts Outlaws’ North Group campaign ended in frustration – a rained-off game against Worcestershire Rapids, after a run of three straight wins, followed by a heavy home defeat to Durham.

Having won six of their group games, they could not add a seventh after being bowled out for 124 in reply to Durham’s 171/8. 

Nottinghamshire Predicted Playing 11

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

Middlesex Team News & Playing 11

MDX 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.

MDX 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.

MDX Team Form

Middlesex put a run of three straight defeats behind them to book their quarter-final place in record-breaking fashion. Set 227 to beat Somerset, with only Toby Roland-Jones (2-32) managing to keep a good lid on the batting, Middlesex rose to the challenge. Dawid Malan (41 from 14 balls) set the tone before AB de Villiers (32 from 16) kept the run rate high. Eoin Morgan then went ballistic, with his unbeaten 83 from 29 balls sealing a stunning six-wicket win.

Middlesex Predicted Playing 11

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

Nottinghamshire vs Middlesex Team Form in Last Five Matches

Notts : L W W W L


Notts vs MDX Head to Head

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.

Nottinghamshire vs Middlesex Betting Odds

Bet365 are split on these two, with Notts generally the better team in the group stage but the momentum having swung Middlesex’s way after their most recent match. Betway have leaned towards Middlesex.

NOTTS Bet365 Odds

  • NOTTS to Win the Match: Notts Outlaws are 1.90 to beat Middlesex with Bet365.
  • NOTTS Top Batsman: Alex Hales top-scored for the Outlaws in the group stage and he is 3.60 to be their top batsman in the quarter-final with Bet365. Ben Duckett and Joe Clarke are both 5.00, while Tom Moores is 6.00 and Dan Christian is an outsider at 8.00.
  • NOTTS Top Bowler: Harry Gurney is 3.40 favourite to be the Outlaws’ top bowler after his excellent form so far. Imad Wasim is 4.50, while Matthew Carter and Luke Fletcher are both 5.00. Samit Patel and Dan Christian are both available to back at 5.50 with Bet365.

MDX Bet365 Odds

  • MDX to Win the Match: Middlesex are 1.90 to beat Notts Outlaws with Bet365.
  • MDX Top Batsman: Middlesex boast a stunning top order. AB de Villiers is 2.80 favourite to be their top batsman with Bet365, while Dawid Malan – their top run-scorer so far – is 3.50. Paul Stirling is 4.50, while Eoin Morgan – hero of the last game – is 5.00.
  • MDX Top Bowler: Steven Finn and Toby Roland-Jones lead Middlesex’s pace attack and both are 4.00 to be their top bowler in this game. Mujeeb Ur Rahman, on his return, can also be backed for the same price.

NOTTS Betway Odds

  • NOTTS to Win the Match: Notts Outlaws are also 2.00 outsiders to beat Middlesex at Trent Bridge with Betway.
  • NOTTS Top Batsman: Alex Hales is 3.50 with Betway to be the Outlaws’ top batsman, while Joe Clarke is 4.33 and Ben Duckett is 4.50. Tom Moores is 6.50, while Dan Christian and Samit Patel are middle-order outsiders at 11.00 each.
  • NOTTS Top Bowler: Harry Gurney is 3.25 favourite to be the Outlaws top bowler with Betway, while Imad Wasim and Luke Fletcher are both 4.50. Dan Christian is 5.50, while Samit Patel and Matthew Carter are both 5.00.

MDX Betway Odds

  • MDX to Win the Match: Middlesex are 1.72 favourites to beat Notts Outlaws in this quarter-final with Betway.
  • MDX Top Batsman: As with Bet365, Betway have priced AB de Villiers as favourite to be Middlesex’s top batsman. They are offering 3.00 on the South African icon. Dawid Malan is 3.75, while Eoin Morgan and Paul Stirling can both be backed at 5.50.
  • MDX Top Bowler: Steven Finn and Toby Roland-Jones are both 3.75 to be Middlesex’s top bowler with Betway, who are not offering a price on Mujeeb Ur Rahman.

Nottinghamshire vs Middlesex Prediction

Notts Outlaws have home advantage but Middlesex have the momentum after their stunning final group game win. If that top order fires again, on a batsman-friendly wicket, it is hard to look past another Middlesex victory.

Final Verdict

Back Middlesex to beat Notts Outlaws at 1.90 with Bet365 and 1.72 with Betway.

Notts vs MDX Dream11 Prediction


John Simpson and Tom Moores are the two wicket-keepers to have featured for their respective teams so far. Simpson’s batting chances will be limited by the strength of their top order, so Moores – who is the same price at 8.5 credits – could be the better pick.


There is so much choice when it comes to quality batsmen in this game, but their cost could be prohibiting. AB de Villiers is 11 credits, Dawid Malan is ten and Eoin Morgan is 9.5 for Middlesex. For the Outlaws, Alex Hales is ten credits, Ben Duckett is 9.5 credits and Joe Clarke is nine. All six have been in great form this season and the Middlesex trio were excellent last time out too. Realistically, given the price of the best players elsewhere, you should be able to afford four of them.


There is quality in the all-rounders department too, though Toby Roland-Jones is comfortably the top scorer of those listed. The Middlesex paceman will lead their bowling attack and is good value at nine credits. Paul Stirling is the same price, but his batting can be inconsistent despite his obvious quality.


Harry Gurney is in excellent form but represents great value at just nine credits, while you need to balance the expensive batting options with bargains with the ball – step forward, Matthew Carter and Nathan Sowter at eight credits apiece. Steven Finn and the returning Mujeeb Ur Rahman are both good value at 8.5 credits each, meanwhile.


Dawid Malan’s runs or Harry Gurney’s wickets? Or maybe the big-hitting brilliance of Eoin Morgan and AB de Villiers. All four would make good choices for your Dream 11 captain if they hit their top form. Gurney has picked up wickets consistently and could be the safer option, while De Villiers is the dangerman if he hits his best batting form and may just edge the others as vice-captain.

NOTTS vs MDX 2nd Quarter Final Dream11 Team

Ross Taylor (vc) Colin de Grandhomme Kusal Perera Lasith Malinga (c)
Kusal Mendia Mitchell Santner Tim Seifert Scott Kuggeleijn
Martin Guptill Isuru Udana   Tim Southee

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