@LawrencePayne Leesy is so consistent mockers don't work on him, 4 to 6 boundaries then Out
by nickcricket9/14/2017 4:06:32 PM
The irony being, after all that, Hameed's scored more than Livingstone.
by StaggerBreaths9/14/2017 4:06:24 PM
Thats a massive wicket HEavy rain forecast for Taunton tomorrow afternoon so that could make it interesting if Lancs can somehow grind out some runs Needs a 50 at the least from either Clark or McLaren though
by MctSmithy9/14/2017 4:05:35 PM
Top mockers Nick!
by Lawrence Payne9/14/2017 4:05:18 PM
WICKET: Leicestershire 59/5 (22.3 ov, trail by 30 - 2nd inns) v Worcs AM Ali lbw b Barnard 24 (62) Partnership: 49 (18.0 ov) EG Barnard 3.3-1-2-1 NJ Dexter 24* (49)
by ESPNcricinfo Live9/14/2017 4:04:28 PM
WICKET: Lancashire 215/6 (101.3 ov, lead by 13 - 2nd inns) v Somerset LS Livingstone c †Davies b Leach 57 (165) Partnership: 26 (14.4 ov) MJ Leach 38.3-13-65-3 R McLaren 10* (54)
by ESPNcricinfo Live9/14/2017 4:04:12 PM
@StaggerBreaths Hold on a second Leesy is in, he loves runs in the final innings of a draw...
by nickcricket9/14/2017 4:04:08 PM
Driving too fast for Hameed, he would be that prat on a bike holding everyone else at 20 on a 60 road and increasing their emissions
by nickcricket9/14/2017 4:03:41 PM
COLLAPSE STARTS HERE BOIS
by StaggerBreaths9/14/2017 4:02:51 PM
WICKET: Yorkshire 24/1 (10.4 ov, trail by 174 - 2nd inns) v Surrey T Kohler-Cadmore lbw b Curran 12 (30) Partnership: 24 (10.4 ov) SM Curran 5.4-1-9-1 SE Marsh 11* (34)
by ESPNcricinfo Live9/14/2017 4:02:28 PM
If Haseeb Hameed were driving through a patch of fog, he'd get out and drag the car through by hand.
by StaggerBreaths9/14/2017 4:02:21 PM
Lancs need to bat carefully, if they lose Livingstone here or in the first hour tomorrow its over
by nickcricket9/14/2017 4:01:15 PM
too many overs left to bat out i think
by Lawrence Payne9/14/2017 4:01:09 PM
@WillColwell Its what a Trevor Bayliss opening batsmen would have done
by nickcricket9/14/2017 4:00:24 PM
If instead of batting at the rate he did, Hameed had hit every ball for 6, the Lancashire lead would currently be 1055. Really makes you think.
by Will Colwell9/14/2017 3:59:42 PM
WICKET: Derbyshire 252/6 (85.2 ov, lead by 319 - 2nd inns) v Sussex HR Hosein c Wright b Whittingham 52 (117) Partnership: 65 (23.2 ov) SG Whittingham 16.2-1-39-3 HW Podmore 27* (76)
by ESPNcricinfo Live9/14/2017 3:58:32 PM
Lancs feel like they're playing for the draw to me
by Will Colwell9/14/2017 3:58:31 PM
anything over 150 I reckon, anything less, surely even Somerset could knock that off.
by Joe Williams9/14/2017 3:58:19 PM
@LawrencePayne Not sure what the pitch is doing, Livingstone must be a good player of spin to have got those two hundreds in Sri Lanka for the Lions so he could be playing a blinder in which case 150 might be a problem or the pitch could be decent and then Lancs would need a score that is going to push Somerset for time
by nickcricket9/14/2017 3:57:48 PM
WICKET: Glamorgan 302/9 (89.2 ov, lead by 199 - 2nd inns) v Northants LJ Carey b Kleinveldt 1 (3) Partnership: 1 (0.3 ov) RK Kleinveldt 17.2-5-66-3 CAJ Meschede 29* (51)
by ESPNcricinfo Live9/14/2017 3:55:42 PM
How many they need to make Somerset worry?
by Lawrence Payne9/14/2017 3:55:37 PM
Lancs effectively 5-5, EFFECTIVELY
by nickcricket9/14/2017 3:53:22 PM
WICKET: Glamorgan 301/8 (88.5 ov, lead by 198 - 2nd inns) v Northants M de Lange b Gleeson 39 (38) Partnership: 57 (9.2 ov) RJ Gleeson 21.5-5-67-2 CAJ Meschede 29* (51)
by ESPNcricinfo Live9/14/2017 3:52:02 PM
TEAM 100: Middlesex 100/3 (39.1 ov) v Hampshire AC Voges 22* (52) MDE Holden 10* (51)
by ESPNcricinfo Live9/14/2017 3:49:41 PM
INDIVIDUAL 50: LS Livingstone 53* (153) Lancashire 206/5 (96.1 ov, lead by 4 - 2nd inns) v Somerset