The league stage games of the T20 Blast 2022 have come to their end-stage where Surrey will play against Kent in their upcoming fixture on Friday, July 1 at Kennington Oval in London.
The league stage games of the T20 Blast 2022 have come to their end-stage where Surrey will play against Kent in their upcoming fixture on Friday, July 1 at Kennington Oval in London. Surrey is placed at the top of the points table with 19 points to their name from 9 wins and 2 defeats as well. On the other hand, Kent is currently placed at the bottom of the points table and they have 6 points to their name after having won only 3 games and losing 9 as well.
Surrey remained at the top despite their 43-run defeat to Essex, who moved to third place. Michael Pepper (48) and Phil Walter (49) top-scored for Essex as they post 198 on the board. Reece Topley registered 4-37, restricting them to get a total of over 200. Surrey, in reply, never got the start after losing Jason Roy in the first over. Jamie Smith, Rory Burns and Chris Jordan got starts but couldn’t contribute beyond the 30s, finishing with 155/9 with Aaron Beard returning 4-29 as well.
Kent beat Sussex by 6 wickets which was their third win in the tournament. Kent restricted Sussex to 158, not letting the batting unit score much. Ali Orr top-scored with 36, but a late cameo from George Garton of a 16-ball 31 helped them to reach over 150. Joe Denly then led Kent’s chase with a 39-ball 58 at the top. Skipper Sam Billings’s 33-ball 43*, along with George Linde (24*) saw that they reached the finish line in 18.5 overs as well.
Indian viewers can live stream the T20 Blast 2022 on the Fan Code app. The ECB will again host live streams of every match on the ECB website and ECB app while Sky Sports is set to broadcast 19 matches throughout the group stage, with each county set to feature at least twice before the four quarter-finals and Finals Day. It will also be available via BBC Local Radio stations with extensive coverage also on 5 Live Sports Extra.
Surrey: Will Jacks, Jason Roy, Jamie Smith (wk), Laurie Evans, Rory Burns, Sunil Narine, Chris Jordan (c), Tom Lawes, Conor McKerr, Daniel Moriarty, Reece Topley, Nico Reifer, Gus Atkinson
Kent: Joe Denly, Tawanda Muyeye, Jordan Cox, Sam Billings (c & wk), Alex Blake, Jack Leaning, George Linde, Grant Stewart, Qais Ahmad, Jaskaran Singh, Fred Klaassen, Matt Milnes, Matthew Quinn