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British Airways hand luggage - how strict are they on measurements?

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I'm flying Bangkok to London.

My first cabin bag is your typical 20" hardcase so no problem there. I'd like to take a second bag though, and it's a duffle measures about 20x12x12, which is a few inches over their smaller bag limit. (It also has wheels! I'd likely carry it to not look like I'm overdoing it.)

Am I likely going to be made to check it in?

I'm certainly not going to be going over my 23kg per bag limit, as the duffle is rather light.

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