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Kent v Middlesex, Royal London Cup, Canterbury
Aug 20, 2014: Royal London Cup quarter-finalists Kent lost their unbeaten tag after crashing to a seven-wicket win to Group B rivals Middlesex in Canterbur
Yorkshire v Middlesex, Scarborough, 2nd day
Jul 20, 2014: Ryan Sidebottom may be 36 and by the end of a steamy second day at North Marine Road he was feeling all of those years after bowling 17 overs in strength-sapping conditions
Middlesex v Somerset, Uxbridge, 1st day
Jul 7, 2014: No county in recent years has been more haunted by missed opportunities than Somerset. So four missed chances on the opening day at Uxbridge will imbue the side with regret.
Middlesex v Northamptonshire, Lord's, 2nd day
Jun 30, 2014: Middlesex capitalised on a decent first day with a first-innings score of 488, which included a first Championship century in nearly two years for Dawid Malan
Northamptonshire v Middlesex, Wantage Road, 2nd day
May 19, 2014: Provided they do not collapse in a heap against the second new ball, Middlesex will hope from three wickets down to build a lead big enough to put Northamptonshire under pressure
Dhaka Premier Division, 2013-14
Nov 25, 2013: A round-up of the Dhaka Premier Division matches played on November 25, 2013
Dhaka Premier Division 2013
Nov 3, 2013: A round-up of all the matches played in the Dhaka Premier Division on November 3, 2013
Middlesex v Gloucestershire, YB40 Group C, Lord's
Aug 15, 2013: Dawid Malan's unbeaten 113, backed up by an impressive bowling display, earned Middlesex a 19-run Duckworth-Lewis win against Gloucestershire at Lord's which keeps alive their hopes of qualifying for the YB40 semi-finals.
Middlesex v Essex, FLt20, South Group, Lord's
Jul 4, 2013: Dawid Malan tamed Essex's Australian pace ace Shaun Tait at Lord's as his 55-ball 86 helped to propel Middlesex to a seven-wicket victory
Middlesex v Somerset, YB40 Group C, Lord's
Jun 4, 2013: James Hildreth's unbeaten century was ultimately in vain for Somerset as Middlesex snatched a four-wicket win in the last over at Lord's.
Middlesex v Yorkshire, YB40 Group C, Radlett
May 27, 2013: Dawid Malan hit splendid 96 off 88 balls to revive his own dismal form and keep Middlesex's hopes alive in the Yorkshire Bank 40 with a six-wicket win over Yorkshire at Radlett.
Middlesex v Essex, CB40 Group A, Lord's
Aug 27, 2012: A century from Dawid Malan acted as the catalyst for a Middlesex victory by 54 runs under the Duckworth-Lewis method against Essex
Warwickshire v Middlesex, Edgbaston, 3rd day
Aug 23, 2012: Should Warwickshire manage to emerge from this match with their sixth win of the season, they will deserve to be County Champions
Middlesex v Warwickshire, Uxbridge, 1st day
Aug 1, 2012: Division One leaders Warwickshire hit back late in the day to dislodge Middlesex centurion Dawid Malan and take a further four wickets for five runs, after a strong start by the hosts
Essex v Middlesex, CB40 Group A, Chelmsford
Jul 18, 2012: Middlesex left Essex rooted at the bottom of the Clydesdale Bank40 Group A table as they carved out a nine wicket victory at Chelmsford.
Leicestershire v Middlesex, Grace Road, 2nd day
Sep 13, 2011: Middlesex took a massive step closer to promotion by claiming maximum batting bonus points against Leicestershire at Grace Road
Middlesex v Sussex, Clydesdale Bank 40, Lord's
Aug 29, 2011: Sussex secured a semi-finals place in the Clydesdale Bank 40 despite losing their final Group A game to Middlesex at Lord's
Northamptonshire v Middlesex, Northampton, 3rd day
Aug 25, 2011: Dawid Malan struck a brilliant century as Middlesex took control on the third day of their top-of-the-table clash against Northamptonshire
Kent v Middlesex, Canterbury, 2nd day
Aug 18, 2011: An impressive three-wicket burst by Kent all-rounder Matt Coles halted Middlesex progress and left honours pretty much even at the mid-point of the County Championship Division Two clash in Canterbury
Kent v Middlesex, CB40, Canterbury
Aug 15, 2011: Middlesex's hopes of qualifying from Clydesdale Bank 40 Group A were dealt a severe blow as Kent chased down 264 under the Canterbury floodlights to win by two wickets with three balls to spare