George Dobell at Somerset (209-7) v Warwickshire
Oh, Tresco. He’s gone, reaching for a wide, and van der Merwe has followed, next ball, bowled as he attempted an oddly big drive. Somerset still need 55 to avoid the follow-on. It might be that Tresco was a bit unsettled by the celebrations following his hundred and the aftermath of the incident with the disputed Trego catch. Trott, in particular, had made it quite clear to him that Trego should have gone. Either way, Warwickshire’s victory hopes have been revived. Thornton has four on debut.
Tim Wigmore at Sussex 190-2 v Durham
No sign of Graham Onions, who is off the field and officially being assessed, which seems a little ominous for Durham; he was seriously injured when Durham played here in 2014, and missed two months. Without Onions Durham have lacked any real bite; Wells is six away from a century, and Van Zyl not too far behind either.
George Dobell at Somerset (208-5) v Warwickshire
Odd moment here. Trego appeared to have been well caught at slip by Trott off Thornton, going round the wicket and taking the outside edge. Trego clearly thought the ball had bounced so the umpires conferred and Wharf appeared to give Trego out. But instead it seems he was pointing to something and Trego survives. We’re trying to get a replay of the incident but Warwickshire seem to have accepted it without too much of a fuss.
George Dobell at Somerset (196-5) v Warwickshire
Marcus Trescothick has now scored more first-class centuries for Somerset than anyone else. 50 of them. And this one has gone a long way towards earning a draw for Somerset.