Kent Spitfires head to the SWALEC Stadium looking to protect their 100 per cent record against Glamorgan in the game’s shortest format.
Tomorrow night’s NatWest T20 Blast encounter will be the fifth contest between the counties in the sprint version, with the English side having come out on top in all of the previous four.
Kent are currently fourth in South Group – a place and a point behind their opponents – after missing the chance to go level with leaders Hampshire on Wednesday, when Ravi Bopara’s excellent knock took Essex Eagles to victory.
The Spitfires have named the same squad again, with Rob Key looking to continue his fine form, with four scores of over 35 in his five appearances so far.
Glamorgan will look to their recent seven-run success over Somerset for how to break a hoodoo, when Jim Allenby led from the front with an unbeaten 96.
However, the bowlers will look to fare better than they did in their last Blast game, which was washed out after Gloucestershire had compiled 207.
The Welsh county have no new selection issues from that game.
* Kent have won all four of their Twenty20 matches against Glamorgan, despite losing the toss three times in these meetings.