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Freddie Wilde at the Ageas Bowl
While I have been strolling around the ground there's been a fair bit going on out in the middle. James Hildreth has reached a flawless hundred, Hampshire have taken two wickets, those of Johann Myburgh and Jim Allenby, and we've seen a rather nasty injury to Tom Alsop who was struck on the upper leg by the ball when fielding at short leg. Alsop was helped from the field by the Hampshire physio and appeared in some pain but thankfully he's back out there now with a slight limp.
As I've been typing Lewis McManus has missed a tough chance to stump Hildreth down the leg-side off the bowling of Mason Crane. Somerset are totally in control of this match but with rain forecast tomorrow and Wednesday they need to make the most of this first innings if they are to force a victory.
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George Dobell at Warwickshire (133-5) v Nottinghamshire (152)
Luke Fletcher has left the pitch one ball into an over complaining of a groin strain. It’s a bit of a blow to an attack that, lacking Harry Gurney (who has a sore heel), looks a bit reliant on Fletcher and Ball.
Ball tired towards the end of his first spell – 11 overs with lunch in the middle – but is back on now after Dan Christian’s 2.5 overs cost 20 runs. But just as the fifth-wicket stand looked as if it was putting Warwickshire back into control (Hain and Ambrose added 69 – the next highest stand of the match is 30), Matt Carter drew a drive from Hain that resulted in a thin edge to the keeper. Hain seemed most disappointed with the decision.