Leicestershire 259 and 175 for 6 trail Gloucestershire by 32 runs
Leicestershire are staring down the barrel of another heavy defeat, at Bristol, where Gloucestershire have dominated day three of this Specsavers' County Championship game.
Boasting a 207 run lead on first innings and, as expected, having enforced the follow on, Gloucestershire had Leicestershire back on the ropes after lunch.
And it was that man Liam Norwell who was, once again, the chief destroyer. Having taken five wickets first time around, he joined forces with David Payne to rip the heart out of Leicestershire' top and middle order.
Payne kicked off the session by having Paul Horton caught by wicket keeper Phil Mustard for 6, at 10 for 1. Thereafter, Norwell sent back Harry Dearden (4), Neil Dexter (4) and Mark Pettini (1) during a seven over spell that saw him return the impressive figures of 3-19.
When Payne added the fifth wicket, that of Mark Cosgrove for 26 at 51 for 5, the game looked as though it would be all over by tea.
However, just as he had in the first innings, Ned Eckersley knuckled down to the task in hand and added 86, for the sixth wicket, with Ben Raine. Having helped himself to 88 in the first innings, Eckersley is unbeaten on 63 at tea, having passed 50 off 50 balls, with eight fours.
The pair had looked in little trouble until Raine (42) carelessly ran himself out at 137 for 6. At tea, and after an entertaining cameo from Clint McKay (28 not out), Leicestershire still trail by 32 runs with only four second innings wickets remaining.