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Giles names squad for trip to Kia Oval

Giles names squad for trip to Kia Oval

Ashley Giles has named a thirteen man squad for Lancashire's Specsavers County Championship fixture against Surrey at the Kia Oval, starting tomorrow.

Lancashire go into the game in fourth position in the table after an eleven point draw against Roses rivals Yorkshire at Emirates Old Trafford.

Tom Smith has been ruled out through injury.

Watch: Surrey bowled out for 107 at Emirates Old Trafford earlier in the season

Lancashire Squad

Tom Bailey, Nathan Buck, Steven Croft (captain & wicket keeper), Jordan Clark, Haseeb Hameed, Kyle Jarvis, Rob Jones, Simon Kerrigan, Danny Lamb, Arron Lilley, Liam Livingstone, Alviro Petersen, Luke Procter

Surrey vs Lancashire

  • Surrey are without a win in six attempts over Lancashire (D5 L1).
  • Surrey have gone 10 home games without defeat against Lancashire however (W5 D5).
  • The hosts have not lost at the Oval since September 2014 (W5 D7).
  • Haseeb Hameed has scored 50+ in eight of his last 10 innings for Lancashire; posting hundreds four times  in that run.
  • Kyle Jarvis (Lancashire) claimed his best ever first-class figures when these sides met earlier this season (11/119, May 2016).

How to follow:

A report of the game will be available on the website shortly following the close of play.

There will be regular updates throughout the game on the Lancashire CCC official Twitter and Facebook pages.

There will be full ball-by-ball commentary for this fixture provided by BBC Lancashire - click here to view all county cricket commentaries.


brian burns

Id forgot about him to be honest. Then again, I want to forget the whole season!

Frank Lennon

This squad looks very thin to me, both in batting and bowling. Is there any news of Davies? News about Davies would be much more useful for members than the coach simply telling us, yet again, that he hopes we can win the next match.

brian burns

Croft wicketkeeper!? Does show how threadbare the squad is of above average players. Fingers xd indeed! Have seen a few decent players going to other Counties of late too. Where was our scout or whoever when these players wanted a new club?

Phil Parsons

That 13 man squad looks worryingly short of top order batting. Heavy reliance on all rounders on a ground were runs normally come in abundance. Fingers crossed.

 
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