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Middlesex 181 for 6 (Bailey 76, Simpson 54, Wheal 3-43) beat Hampshire 138 (Higgins 5-13) by 43 runsScorecard George Bailey fired a career-best Twenty20 score of 76 to boost Middlesexs hopes of a home NatWest T20 Blast quarter-final, as they thrashed bottom-placed Hampshire by 43 runs.Overseas star Bailey was brilliantly partnered by John Simpson in a perfectly paced fourth wicket stand of 114. Ryan Higgins then took 5 for 13 - having only taken his maiden T20 wicket on Thursday evening - to make sure Hampshires chase never got going and give Middlesex back-to-back wins in the competition.Middlesex, after winning the toss and batting, were guided to 182 thanks in the main to a well-paced partnership between Bailey and Simpson.Dawid Malan, on the back of a record, unbeaten 185 for England Lions, was caught and bowled by Ryan McLaren. England one-day skipper Eoin Morgan fell soon after with Liam Dawson taking the catch at mid-on, before Paul Stirling was bowled by Brad Wheal to end the Powerplay 40 for 3.But that kick-started the mammoth stand between Bailey and Simpson, who never looked in trouble, never appeared to need to play the big shots.Former Australia T20 captain Bailey, following a match-winning 55 in the London derby on Thursday night, was the first to reach fifty, from 38 balls. Wicketkeeper Simpson quickly followed to the milestone in a slightly quicker 32 deliveries, helped by a trio of maximums.The partnership stretched from the seventh over to the 19th, when Simpson picked out Joe Weatherley on the midwicket rope. James Franklin and former Hampshire man Bailey, who passed his previous best Twenty20 score of 71, both departed before the close - Middlesex scoring 181 for 6.In a reply which never got going, Adam Wheater struggled to time the ball and his tortured spell was ended when he skied one to Malan, Tom Alsop copied his fellow openers style four balls later.Hampshire captain Sean Ervine and England international Dawson ticked along with a promising 40 stand in five overs. But the hosts were stunted again when Dawson chipped to Lions teammate Malan at short extra cover before Shahid Afridi teed up to James Fuller at deep square leg.Ervine was progressing nicely with a rapid 36 before Higgins slower ball pegged his middle stump back. Morgan managed to keep himself inside the boundary to hold on to Weatherleys slog and the steady flow of wickets continued next ball when McLaren reverse swept to Bailey, off Higgins.Lewis McManus nicked off, Brad Taylor mistimed to short third man and Wheal was castled, with Hampshire losing their final five wickets in just 25 balls. Swell Water Bottle Australia .In my heart and mind Im competing for India, luge competitor Shiva Keshavan told The Associated Press in an email interview. Every day Im flooded with messages from Indians all over the world telling me they are supporting me. Swell Bottles Australia . The Barrie Colts defenceman, who impressed many with his play for Canada at the World Junior Hockey Championship, is the top-ranked skater in the February rankings. 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Semi-final 1: Portsmouth/Plymouth ArgyleLeg 1: Portsmouth 2-2 Plymouth - Thursday, May 12 Highlights of the League Two play-off semi-final first leg between Portsmouth and Plymouth Argyle at Fratton Park, which ended 2-2 Leg 2: Plymouth v Portsmouth - Sunday, May 15 (Sky Sports 1 HD from 5.50pm) Plymouth ArgyleFinal position: 5th (81 points)Manager: Derek AdamsRecent form: LWWLDWSeason summary: Top of the table for three months and in the automatic promotion places for much of the season, Argyle missed out on a top-three finish after an inconsistent final few months.On January 17, the Pilgrims had a nine-point lead over fourth-placed Bristol Rovers, but their form tailed away, with their automatic promotion hopes severely damaged by a 3-2 home defeat by relegated Dagenham & Redbridge in late April.They did at least finish the campaign in good goal-scoring form, netting 14 goals in their last five games.Graham Carey, who missed two months mid-season with a knee injury, has been key for the Pilgrims, providing 11 goals and as many assists since joining last summer.Play-off history: Winners (1996). Beaten semi-finalists (1994, 2015)Ollies key man: Graham Carey: To get 11 goals from midfield at any level is impressive. Hes slotted in perfectly in his debut season - hes a very talented boy. Graham Carey has been key for Plymouth Argyle Portsmouth Final position: 6th (78 points)Recent form: LLWWWLSeason summary: Having fallen all the way down from the Premier League, this is Portsmouths first opportunity to start their climb back up the ladder.Paul Cooks side were in and around the play-off spots for the entire season but a patchy run of form near Christmas and the start of 2016 dented their chances of a top-three finish.Among the four play-off teams, they scored the most goals in the regular season and also had the best defensive record. They should be boosted by the return from injury of joint-top scorer Marc McNulty as well as Kyle Bennett.Play-off history: Beaten semi-finalists (1993)Manager: Paul CookOllies key man: Gary Roberts: A player with fantastic ability. He can unlock doors with his left foot. Gary Roberts has scored nine goals for Portsmouth this season Ollies first-leg prediction: Adams will be making sure his Plymouth boys will be remaining positive as, despite their recent slump, theyve had a magnificent season.Three more strong performances is all thats required - I hope they do it. Their first job at Fratton Park will be to silence the home crowd, who will be buzzing for this. If they achieve that, then I fancy an away win.OLLIE PREDICTS: 1-2 (Sky Bet odds 9/1)Semi-final 2: AFC Wimbledon/AccringtonLeg 1: AFC Wimbledon v Accrington - Saturday, May 14 (Sky Sports 1 HD from 7.30pm)Leg 2: Accrington v AFC Wimbledon - Wednesday, May 18 (KO: 7.45pm) AFC WimbledonFinal position: 7th (75 points)Manager: Neal ArdleyRecent form: WWWLDWSeason summary: Having avoided relegation on the final day a few years ago, the Dons are looking up this year after a strong second half of the season.Seven wins from eight matches at the start of 2016 launched them into the play-offs and, after dropping out in March, they soared again with five wins in a row in April. AFC Wimbledon won their last game of the season against Newport Although the Dons scored the fewest goals among the play-off sides and conceded the most, they have one of the divisions top scorers in Lyle Taylor.dddddddddddd Signed from Scunthorpe last summer, Taylor netted 20 goals in the regular season.Play-off history: N/AOllies key man: Paul Robinson: What a fantastic bloke to have around. Hell be relishing this challenge and has history in the play-offs, scoring a Wembley winner for his boyhood club Millwall. Ian Holloway is backing AFC Wimbledons Paul Robinson to make an impact Accrington StanleyFinal position: 4th (85 points)Manager: John ColemanRecent form: WDWWWDSeason summary: Accrington will have to put their final day heartbreak behind them as they look to win promotion to the third tier for the first time in the clubs history.John Colemans side would have gone up automatically if they had beaten Stevenage, but they were held to a goalless draw and had third place snatched from their grasp by a late Bristol Rovers winner. Accrington were held to a draw by Stevenage on the final day Still, considering they finished 17th last season, it has been a remarkable year already for Accrington. They have the lowest budget in the Football League and the second lowest average attendance, but have lost only twice since February 13, winning four of their last six games.Play-off history: Beaten semi-finalists (2011)Ollies key man: Josh Windass: With a name like Windass youre born to do it in the play-offs! Hell be keen to showcase his talents to the world before he moves to Rangers. Josh Windass is set to leave Accrington in the summer to join Rangers Ollies first-leg prediction: How unlucky were Accrington last weekend?All they needed was a win to go up, but they drew 0-0 and hit the crossbar three times. It would be a fantastic story if they were to see the job out via the play-offs - their fans deserve a Wembley day out.Saying that, AFC Wimbledons fans also deserve a huge amount of credit to stick with their team during some dark days. This will be a cagey game as AFC dont concede too many.OLLIE PREDICTS: 1-1 (Sky Bet odds 5/1)Watch all of the League Two play-off matches live on Sky Sports. Also See: How to win the play-offs Ollies predictions FL play-offs: Who, when, where? Championship highlights ' ' '

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