WICKET: Hampshire 648/7 (161.4 ov, won the toss) v Surrey GK Berg c TK Curran b Sibley 35 (16) Partnership: 48 (5.1 ov) DP Sibley 6.4-0-50-1 IG Holland 58* (76)
by ESPNcricinfo Live7/4/2017 2:37:56 PM
Crickey Nick, I have found that i'm useless at picking XI's for each format, I change my mind on a daily basis.
by Dave Knibb7/4/2017 2:36:42 PM
The batting order could change but the 11 players should stay the same
by nickcricket7/4/2017 2:35:32 PM
@MrOzhotham. not looking good at Scarborough weather wise
by Will7/4/2017 2:35:27 PM
That split between the two colours of ball does worry me, little game for everyone. If you had to pick an XI for all three forms of Cricket. 3 Tests, 3 ODIs and 3 T20s who would you go for?
by nickcricket7/4/2017 2:33:52 PM
17 off the last over. I guess the answer's yes.
by Ludwig Skraff7/4/2017 2:32:46 PM
Somerset got any chance of getting back out today?
by MrOzhotham .7/4/2017 2:32:24 PM
Yep the summer is very good for providing an England player white or red ball with all of either form of Cricket they want but if England want a Test batter between the SA and WI series then everyone will be three weeks into hit and giggle
by nickcricket7/4/2017 2:32:03 PM
Hants now 80 short of an all-time first class record score. Again my question is: do they know and will they go for it?
by Ludwig Skraff7/4/2017 2:31:15 PM
INDIVIDUAL 50: IG Holland 50* (68) Hampshire 614/6 (158.3 ov, won the toss) v Surrey
by ESPNcricinfo Live7/4/2017 2:24:50 PM
TEAM 100: Durham 101/1 (29.5 ov, trail by 267 - 1st inns) v Derbyshire JTA Burnham 24* (28) MJ Richardson 52* (89)
by ESPNcricinfo Live7/4/2017 2:14:30 PM
INDIVIDUAL 50: MJ Richardson 51* (88) Durham 96/1 (29.2 ov, trail by 272 - 1st inns) v Derbyshire