Head coach David Harrison has made one-change to our 13-man squad to face Surrey in the Royal London Cup at Sophia Gardens tomorrow.
All-rounder Callum Taylor returns in place of Sam Pearce after recovering from a slight ankle problem.
Taylor picked up the knock against Somerset and was unavailable for the Welsh county’s rained off 50-over match against Derbyshire on Friday.
Meanwhile, Andy Gorvin and Steven Reingold, who have both made their List A debuts during the current Royal London Cup campaign, have signed one-month short-term contracts with the club.
View from the camp – David Harrison
“We’ve played some really good cricket so far in the competition coming away with two wins and just falling short against Somerset.
“It was disappointing to be washed out at Derby as the boys were keen to bounce back from the Taunton defeat, but tomorrow is another opportunity to do that.
“Surrey are a big club with a lot of very good players so we will need to be at our best to claim our second home win of the competition.”
Head-to-head – Glamorgan v Surrey
The last time these two sides met at Sophia Gardens in List A cricket, Glamorgan came away with a comfortable 64-run victory.
To view the previous results, click HERE.
How to watch:
Tickets are still available to purchase, but only a limited number remain. These are on-sale until midnight tonight.
You can buy your tickets HERE.
The match will be livestreamed on the Glamorgan website. Production will include a manned camera, replays, highlights, scorecards, and commentary from the BBC Sport Wales team.
The fixture will also be covered on the club’s social media channels with team news, match updates and player and coach reactions.