4th June 14:30 Vitality Blast The 1st Central County Ground, Hove
Glamorgan win by 32 runs
Glamorgan target a third consecutive win in the Blast

Limited Overs Head Coach Mark Alleyne has named an unchanged 14-man squad for Glamorgan's trip to Sussex in the Vitality Blast.

The Welsh county take a winning record to Hove, following their convincing seven-wicket win against Kent Spitfires at Sophia Gardens on Friday night.

Peter Hatzoglou was the pick of the bowlers with 2/25 as Kent Spitfires made 189/6 in the first innings.

Eddie Byrom got the side off to a flyer, scoring 43 from just 19 balls. Then, Colin Ingram (63*) and Chris Cooke (46*) picked up from where they left off at Middlesex in midweek, making another 100+ partnership to secure a seven-wicket win with 18 balls to spare.

Sussex Sharks have won one and lost three of their first four fixtures, most recently losing to Hampshire Hawks by ten wickets just last night. 

The Sharks struggled to get their innings going and were bowled out for 144 in the 19th over. 

Hampshire's dangerous opening pair of Ben McDermott (69*) and James Vince (71*) chased down the target without losing a wicket and with 5.1 overs to spare in a handsome victory.

View from the camp - Mark Alleyne

"What we've said to the players is that they've got no restrictions, we don't look at par scores. They're just playing to broaden their personal and team envelopes so I hope we can continue to express ourselves over the tournament and set new standards.

"Injuries have hampered our progress in the bowling department, we can't seem to get a rhythm of the same bowlers available at the same time.

"It's been well held together by McIlroy, he's been really consistent at the top and finishing off."

Head-to-head - Sussex Sharks vs Glamorgan

As the list below shows, the Welsh county won on their most recent visit to Hove for a T20 match. The seven-wicket victory last summer was set up by an unbeaten 63 from Sam Northeast plus a typically assertive 31 from Marnus Labuschagne.

10 July 2015 at Hove - Sussex won by 8 wickets
28 July 2016 at Hove - No Result
14 Aug 2018 at Hove - Sussex won by 98 runs
6 Aug 2019 at Hove - Sussex won by 9 wickets
22 June 2021 at Hove - Match Abandoned
26 May 2022 at Hove - Glamorgan won by 7 wickets

It was also Glamorgan’s first-ever win in T20 cricket at the ground, with their only other success on Sussex soil coming at Arundel in 2017 when Colin Ingram completed a 46-ball hundred during a third-wicket stand of 130 with Jacques Rudolph which laid the foundations of an 18-run victory.

How to watch

Thanks to our friends at Somerset, a live stream will be in operation, and you can watch on the Glamorgan website via the match centre.

There will also be commentary available online via the BBC with Nick Webb and colleagues.

The match will also be covered on our social media channels, with updates, highlights, and reports throughout the game.