In-form Dutch face Lord's test
The Netherlands will hope to maintain their excellent form in the Clydesdale Bank 40 when they face Middlesex at Lord’s tomorrow.
Peter Borren’s side have won four of their opening five matches to open up a four-point lead at the top of Group A and famously defeated England at the Home of Cricket in the 2009 ICC World Twenty20.
They take on a Middlesex team with two wins and two defeats to their name thus far.
Hampshire, who lost their unbeaten record in Group B when they succumbed to Nottinghamshire on Thursday evening, have named an unchanged squad for the trip to Surrey.
The defending champions hold a two-point advantage over Hampshire, having beaten Glamorgan today to register a fourth straight victory.
Elsewhere in Group B, Durham play host to Nottinghamshire, with both teams looking to close the gap on the top two.
Durham welcome back one-day skipper Dale Benkenstein following his recovery from a shoulder injury.
Along with Surrey, Group C leaders Sussex also boast a perfect record in the competition and will be keen to make it four wins from four when they take on the Unicorns at Southend-on-Sea.
Yorkshire and Northamptonshire meet at Headingley Carnegie, having drawn at the same venue in the LV= County Championship this week.