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Tim Wigmore at Somerset 178-7 v Middlesex
Just before tea on the final day, and this game still has life. That owes everything to Ollie Rayner’s afternoon intervention. He is an orthodox offspinner who embraces his limitations, but there was nothing humdrum about the delivery that accounted for Ryan Davies, which spin viciously through his gate, as he attempted an extravagant flick to the legside, and uprooted his leg stump. Rayner knew it, too, screaming with joy in the knowledge that he had ripped open the match: Davies’ wicket came only two overs after Rayner had taken Peter Trego, caught at square leg, and Lewis Gregory, nicking to slip, in consecutive balls. Somerset now read by 131 with 36 overs left in the game, and need to bat for perhaps another 15 overs to ensure the game is safe.