George Dobell at Somerset v Warwickshire (175-4)
He’s no wickets to show for it, but Jamie Overton has produced another terrific spell here. He’s had Trott leaping to avoid a bouncer and beaten Tim Ambrose with a peach that pitched and moved away off the pitch. The only wicket of the morning to date has been that of Sam Hain, though. He simply missed a full ball from Leach that yorked him. Trott has had a few nervous moments. He was dropped on 50 and top-edged an attempted slog-sweep a few moments later. He has just edged a boundary past slip for four off van der Merwe, who gained just a little turn. It all means that the game hasn’t really gone anywhere, though. There’s a long way to go, but a draw looks very likely. It’s hard to see a Warwickshire side with two debutants in the bowling line-up agreeing to anything too contrived.
Paul Edwards at Lancashire 38-2 v Yorkshire 448-8 declared
Yorkshire are completely in the ascendant here and the next few hours will be a fascinating test of Lancashire's batsmen. Jack Brooks bowled Haseeb Hameed with a good ball, although the opener could have done more to get behind it, and Liam Livingstone was caught at slip by Adam Lyth off Ryan Sidebottom when playing loosely to leg. A decent crowd in the pavilion is gripped by the intensity of this battle and some of them are enjoying it all hugely.