Middlesex look to bounce back at Warwickshire
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Middlesex will look to bounce back from defeat at Essex as they visit Warwickshire in the Specsavers County Championship on Monday.
The defending Division One champions went down by an innings and 34 runs at Chelmsford, with only eight balls left in the match.
Stand-in captain Dawid Malan admitted his side had been below their best and is looking for them to stand up and deliver at Edgbaston.
Sam Robson returns from England Lions duty, along with Tom Helm, having hit 47 against South Africa at Worcester following his 159 in Middlesex’s recent win over Yorkshire.
Nick Compton will look to build on his century against Essex, but Toby Roland-Jones is in England’s squad for the first Test with South Africa at Lord’s.
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