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Jon Culley at Nottinghamshire 191-3 v Lancashire
You know you're in an affluent part of the world when a suit in a charity shop can set you back £95. I kid you not. It was there in the window of Oxfam as I strolled through the centre of West Bridgford this lunchtime. I thought it looked rather drab but it was by Christian Dior, which apparently makes all the difference. New ones can retail for £2,000, so £95 was probably an extraordinary bargain. None of this should come as a surprise, though, because West Bridgford is not short of well-heeled residents, the sort who CAN pay two grand for a suit, get bored with it and take it round the local Oxfam in a Louis Vuitton holdall with a couple of Harvie and Hudson shirts thrown in. Interestingly, in the EU referendum, West Bridgford (well, Rushcliffe to be exact) voted 57.6% to 42.4% Remain.
Meanwhile, up the road at Trent Bridge, Notts are 85 behind Lancashire's total with still seven wickets in hand with Michael Lumb and Brendan Taylor building towards a decent partnership. Since lunch, Jake Libby has fallen without adding to his 54, drawn into nibbling at a ball from Neil Wagner that Steven Croft caught routinely, and Greg Smith has been leg before to Kyle Jarvis.
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George Dobell at Somerset (128) v Pakistan (359-8 and 0-0).
Pakistan have taken a 231-run lead here in Taunton. Only James Hildreth, who was dropped on 13, showed the required resistance. But Pakistan have chosen to bat again rather than enforcing the follow-on.