Nottinghamshire vs Middlesex, County Championship 2022: LIVE Streaming, When and Where to Watch, Schedule, Probable XI, Squads

Table toppers Nottinghamshire will host Middlesex in the County Championship 2022 Division Two match, starting from June 26.

James Pattinson in action for Nottinghamshire (Courtesy: Nottinghamshire Cricket)

Table toppers Nottinghamshire will host Middlesex in the County Championship 2022 Division Two match, starting from June 26 at the Trent Bridge, Nottingham. The Division Two leaders have won five matches, lost one and drawn a solitary game to sit at the top with 131 points in their kitty while Middlesex are at the second spot with 121 points. The battle will be an exciting one as the top two sides will square off in the County Championship 2022 Division Two match. 

The County Championships 2022 began on April 7 and will run till September 26 with top sides battling it out for the Division One and Division Two championship. The 122nd edition of the County Championships 2022 will witness teams divided into divisions. Division One will feature Essex, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Kent, Lancashire, Northamptonshire, Somerset, Surrey, Warwickshire. 

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Nottinghamshire vs Middlesex: When and Where to Watch

The County Championships 2022 will be available to watch on ECB’s website ecb.co.uk/championship-live. The England Cricket app will also live stream games on mobile. You can go to the match centre of your preferred game and click on the ‘video’ option to watch the matches on your mobile devices. Every county side will also live stream their respective home matches, either on their websites or on social media.

Nottinghamshire vs Middlesex: Squads

Nottinghamshire: Hasan Azad, Rishi Patel, Colin Ackermann, Lewis Hill, Wiaan Mulder, Louis Kimber, Harry Swindells (wk), Ben Mike, Callum Parkinson (c), Chris Wright, Will Davis, Nick Welch, Scott Steel

Middlesex: Sam Robson, Mark Stoneman, Stephen Eskinazi, Robbie White, Max Holden, John Simpson (wk), Luke Hollman, Toby Roland-Jones, Thilan Walallawita, Ethan Bamber, Tim Murtagh (c), Josh De Caires, Martin Andersson, Tom Helm, Shaheen Afridi, Jack Davies, Blake Cullen




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