Marchant de Lange returns to Somerset as Wahab Riaz joins Trent Rockets
Veteran drummer Stirling was not at his best when he showed up for Ireland when visiting South Africa in July for an ODI and T20I set, but he brings with it him extensive experience. Not to mention the exceptional form he was in earlier this year in Abu Dhabi, when he scored ODI centuries against the UAE and Afghanistan.
But the Rockets will once again host their first pick, Riaz, whose participation in the Hundred was delayed after arriving in the UK due to a problem with his visa – he did not have a valid work permit – which l ‘forced him to go home, solve the problem, then come back to make the connection with his team. He has completed his mandatory quarantine upon his return to the UK and is available for the Rockets’ next game, against Welsh Fire on Friday in Cardiff.
The Rockets have had the best moment of the tournament so far, three wins in four outings giving them a top spot with six points, while Brave is in the other half of the eight-team roster, dropping to seventh. place with four points in four games, only above Spirit.