Middlesex will lock horns with Gloucestershire in the third match of the Vitality T20 Blast 2022 at Radlett Cricket Club on Thursday, May 26. The match will start at 9:00 PM IST (Indian Standard Time).

Led by Steven Finn, Middlesex finished eighth in the Vitality T20 Blast 2021 South Group standings, registering four wins and nine losses in 14 matches. 

On the other hand, Gloucestershire had finished sixth in the South Group standings last season with six victories and six defeats while two matches were abandoned.

Middlesex vs Gloucestershire odds for Vitality T20 Blast 2022

Middlesex: 1.89

Gloucestershire: 1.92 

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Middlesex vs Gloucestershire recent form

Middlesex and Gloucestershire will play their first game in Vitality T20 Blast 2022 on Thursday.

In their last appearance in the tournament last season, Middlesex beat Essex by nine runs while Gloucestershire suffered a 23-run defeat against Somerset.

While Middlesex have won two of their last five matches in Vitality T20 Blast, Gloucestershire have secured just a solitary win in five encounters.

Middlesex: W, L, L, L, W

Gloucestershire: L, L, W, L, L

Middlesex vs Gloucestershire head to head

Gloucestershire defeated Middlesex by 10 runs in their previous meeting in Vitality T20 Blast last season. Furthermore, Gloucestershire have won four of their last five matches against Middlesex in the T20 tournament.

Last five matches:

Gloucestershire won by 10 runs

Gloucestershire won by 2 runs (D/L method)

Middlesex won by 9 runs (D/L method)

Gloucestershire won by 2 wickets

Gloucestershire won by 70 runs

Middlesex vs Gloucestershire prediction and cricket betting tips for Vitality T20 Blast 2022

Going into Thursday’s clash, Middlesex have the odds in their favour against Gloucestershire only by the slightest margin. However, going by their recent past head-to-head record, Gloucestershire are likely to continue their winning run against Middlesex in the tournament.

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