TEAM 200: Warwickshire 202/6 (59.1 ov, lead by 202 - 2nd inns) v Middlesex KHD Barker 5* (3) IJL Trott 91* (176)
by ESPNcricinfo Live7/5/2017 3:51:24 PM
Hughes saving or setting up win Derbyshire on his own?
by Lawrence Payne7/5/2017 3:51:06 PM
The match is dead Tryon, stop poking it with a stick.
by StaggerBreaths7/5/2017 3:49:39 PM
@Will After he has broken Brain Lara's record in this match it will only be a matter of time
by nickcricket7/5/2017 3:49:19 PM
TEAM 200: Derbyshire 202/8 (61.4 ov, lead by 269 - 2nd inns) v Durham AL Hughes 104* (147) Imran Tahir 3* (6)
by ESPNcricinfo Live7/5/2017 3:48:58 PM
WICKET: Sussex 256/9 (67.3 ov, won the toss) v Leics WAT Beer c Ackermann b Pillans 25 (88) Partnership: 8 (2.4 ov) MW Pillans 15.3-2-62-2 DR Briggs 6* (8)
by ESPNcricinfo Live7/5/2017 3:47:51 PM
INDIVIDUAL 100: AL Hughes 103* (146) Derbyshire 198/8 (61.2 ov, lead by 265 - 2nd inns) v Durham
by ESPNcricinfo Live7/5/2017 3:47:46 PM
He'll be 'disappointed to miss out' on selection for the Windies tests, no doubt
by Will7/5/2017 3:46:46 PM
Yorkshire so well balanced now. No bowlers or batters
by Lawrence Payne7/5/2017 3:46:06 PM
reckon this is the platform he needs to push on to 1,000 runs for the season, class is permanent
by nickcricket7/5/2017 3:46:06 PM
WICKET: Warwickshire 196/6 (58 ov, lead by 196 - 2nd inns) v Middlesex R Clarke c Eskinazi b Murtagh 6 (14) Partnership: 17 (5.4 ov) TJ Murtagh 16-3-39-1 IJL Trott 90* (172)
by ESPNcricinfo Live7/5/2017 3:45:22 PM
by Will7/5/2017 3:44:47 PM
INDIVIDUAL 50: JC Hildreth 52* (82) Somerset 168/2 (57.2 ov, lead by 223 - 2nd inns) v Yorkshire
by ESPNcricinfo Live7/5/2017 3:44:32 PM
Sadly Someset already have too many
by Lawrence Payne7/5/2017 3:43:52 PM
I feel dirty that that worked, Matt
by Will7/5/2017 3:43:37 PM
Well, that worked...
by Matt Warwick7/5/2017 3:43:29 PM
WICKET: Surrey 332/6 (100 ov, trail by 316 - 1st inns) v Hampshire BT Foakes c Rossouw b Edwards 14 (29) Partnership: 35 (9.2 ov) FH Edwards 15-1-87-1 RJ Burns 147* (279)
by ESPNcricinfo Live7/5/2017 3:43:05 PM
WICKET: Derbyshire 194/8 (60.1 ov, lead by 261 - 2nd inns) v Durham GS Sandhu b Potts 9 (45) Partnership: 47 (16.2 ov) MJ Potts 11.1-2-29-1 AL Hughes 99* (144)
by ESPNcricinfo Live7/5/2017 3:42:47 PM
Somerset asserting their dominance was one of the best batting units in the County
by nickcricket7/5/2017 3:42:38 PM
@nick - Will gave me the idea, and I've not tried for a while!
by Matt Warwick7/5/2017 3:41:20 PM
Malan just had a big appeal against Trotty turned down. Bowling like Warne.
by SDHoneymonster7/5/2017 3:40:42 PM
There is absolutely zero chance Tim Rouse makes a debut 50 here....
by Will7/5/2017 3:40:18 PM
@MattWarwick @Will Now there is a pathetic attempted at jinxing!
by nickcricket7/5/2017 3:39:47 PM
Surrey are batting superbly here.
by Matt Warwick7/5/2017 3:38:26 PM
@Will I don't even know that the score is, have given up and will tune back in when Lyth is out
by nickcricket7/5/2017 3:38:01 PM
This reverse jinxing is pathetic, Nick, come on
by Will7/5/2017 3:36:38 PM
Feel sorry for Abell, its fill your boots time out there on the seaside
by nickcricket7/5/2017 3:35:46 PM
WICKET: Sussex 248/8 (64.5 ov, won the toss) v Leics JC Archer c Jones b McKay 20 (24) Partnership: 29 (9.1 ov) CJ McKay 17.5-2-54-4 DR Briggs 0* (0) WAT Beer 24* (80)
by ESPNcricinfo Live7/5/2017 3:34:39 PM
.........from 30/3 of course
by Joe Williams7/5/2017 3:32:06 PM
how silly you'll look tomorrow when we knock off 400 in 60 overs to win the game unexpectedly.........
by Joe Williams7/5/2017 3:31:55 PM
I wouldn't back Yorkshire's batsmen to score big on a tarmac road
by nickcricket7/5/2017 3:29:42 PM
Surely by the same token someone like Yasir should be as effective on a featherbed? Not through raw pace but subtle changes in flight and variation. Or maybe it is just utterly dead. Shame we couldn't play Milne too.
by MjRichardson937/5/2017 3:29:40 PM
...oh God he meant the pitch didn't he. Duuuuuuh. It's been a long day.
by StaggerBreaths7/5/2017 3:28:45 PM
that's been the running joke throughout Cook's captaincy, SB
by Will7/5/2017 3:28:04 PM
Should've said, 'A lifeless plastic creature, Dean Elgar, and the Investec Zebra.' Missed opportunity.
by StaggerBreaths7/5/2017 3:27:42 PM
I also think that the odd road is fine. Like someone said earlier, it can show which teams have the best pace bowlers and/or spinners
by Paul Wilson7/5/2017 3:27:29 PM
You know it's summer when
A lifeless plastic creature that really shouldn't be there poses for a picture with Dean Elgar and Joe Root. pic.twitter.com/i6MDl0inc2