Yorkshire 78-5 need 337 to beat Somerset
Somerset have one hand on their first Specsavers County Championship win of the season at Scarborough having taken five Yorkshire wickets before lunch on day four as they defend a 337 target.
James Hildreth posted his first hundred of the season, an unbeaten 101, as the visitors scored 47 runs in 4.3 overs this morning to declare on 281 for four.
That left Yorkshire with a target of 337 in a minimum of 90 overs, and they have a mountain to climb if they are to even get close having reached lunch at 78 for five from 22.
Craig Overton, with five wickets in the first innings, has added three more, including Harry Brook and Peter Handscomb with successive deliveries.
Lewis Gregory bowled Alex Lees for a duck in the first over before Overton had Brook caught behind without scoring with a brute of a delivery in the fourth, with Steve Davies completing an excellent one-handed catch high above his head.
Next ball, Handscomb was lbw for a golden duck as Yorkshire fell to 12 for three.
Tom Kohler-Cadmore hooked Overton for six in the eighth, but he fell next ball for 13 caught at third slip as the score fell to 36 for four.
Gregory then bowled Adam Lyth for 37 off an inside-edge in the 18th over - 67 for five. Tim Bresnan is unbeaten on 21 and Adil Rashid three not out.