Glamorgan believe they still have plenty of room for improvement ahead of tonight's clash against Somerset.
Glamorgan believe they still have plenty of room for improvement ahead of tonight's second Twenty20 Cup clash against Somerset at Taunton.
Despite pulling off a thrilling five-wicket victory with five balls to spare at Northampton last Friday night, coach John Derrick was not completely content with the performance.
Derrick pinpointed the fielding and the middle-order batting as areas the county have to improve if ambitions of a place in the knockout stages are to be realised.
"We were a bit under par in the field and, despite a great start to the run chase, we probably panicked a little bit in the middle of our innings," said Derrick.
Despite bowling just the one over, Ryan Watkins keeps his place ahead of Adrian Dale, while Matthew Maynard will continue to open the innings.
Somerset are expected to be without international bowling trio Andrew Caddick, Richard Johnson and Nixon McLean, while one-day dangermen Marcus Trescothick and Ian Blackwell continue to be on England duty.
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