Lancashire 89-1 are 113 runs behind Somerset
Somerset faced some staunch Lancashire resistance on the third morning of the Specsavers County Championship match at Taunton.
Resuming on 28 without loss after a half hour delay because of a damp outfield and needing a further 174 to make the hosts back again, openers Alex Davies and Haseeb Hameed extended their opening stand to 82 on a pitch offering slow turn before being parted.
They were undone by a short rain break, which saw two overs lost from the 96 scheduled for the day. The third ball after the resumption saw Davies, on 49, caught and bowled by Jack Leach as he aimed through the leg-side.
Another shower saw lunch brought forward by 15 minutes to 12.45pm. Lancashire had progressed to 89 for one, with Hameed unbeaten on 31 and needed a further 113 to avoid an innings defeat.