Pandit left Vidarbha for MP; Ganguly to donate INR 5 million towards the Coronavirus-affected; HCA offered a stadium to assist with quarantine measures; and Middlesex signed a new contract.
James Anderson is out of South Africa tour due to a rib injury. Zimbabwe will host Sri Lanka for two-match Test series. Chris Green has been suspended from bowling for illegal action.
Nottinghamshire Outlaws will host Middlesex for the second quarterfinal of the 2019 Vitality Blast at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
Nottinghamshire Outlaws and Middlesex will face each other in the second quarterfinal of Vitality Blast 2019 on September 5 in Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
Lancashire, Nottinghamshire, Sussex, and Gloucestershire will play Essex, Middlesex, Worcestershire, and Derbyshire on September 4, 5, 6, and 7 respectively.
August 30 will feature eight matches, at Old Trafford, Northampton, Trent Bridge, Birmingham, Chelmsford, Cardiff, Taunton, and Hove.
An interesting day for Vitality Blast fans as three South Group matches are scheduled for August 29.
Two Vitality Blast 2019 fixtures are scheduled for August 24 at Uxbridge and Taunton – Middlesex vs Sussex and Somerset vs Glamorgan.
August 22 will see two matches at Lord’s and Hove- Middlesex vs Hampshire and Sussex vs Essex.
Australia were unbeaten at Lord's between 1934 and 2009.