Leicestershire 222 and 97-3 v Gloucestershire 368
Three wickets for Liam Norwell left Gloucestershire in with a chance of completing a victory in three days in their Specsavers County Championship match against Leicestershire at the Fischer County Ground.
Norwell, who took ten wickets in Gloucestershire's innings defeat of Leicestershire at Bristol back in April, continued to torment the Foxes, with only the ever-consistent Mark Cosgrove offering any real resistance.
The Australian left-hander, who hit 92 in Leicestershire's first innings, took his championship aggregate past 900 in his second innings, but there were failures for Michael Carberry – his fourth in as many innings since joining Leicestershire on loan until the end of the season – as well as Colin Ackermann and Harry Dearden as the Foxes, having conceded a first innings deficit of 146, were reduced to 51-3 in their second attempt.
Carberry edged a delivery which left him off the pitch low to first slip, Ackermann was leg before to a ball which seamed back in to him and Dearden was held at the second attempt at third slip after edging an attempted drive.