|County Championship Division Two, Bristol|
|Close, day three: Gloucestershire 271 and 102-4, Hampshire 276|
|Gloucestershire 5pts, Hampshire 5pts|
Neil McKenzie missed out on a century for Hampshire as Gloucestershire resurrected their chances of avoiding defeat on day three at Bristol.
Resuming on 104-2, the visitors looked to be in control at 218-4.
But McKenzie's dismissal for 94 led to Hampshire losing their last six wickets for just 58 as they were bowled out for 276, a first innings lead of just five.
Gloucestershire closed on 102-4, 97 runs ahead, after losing those four wickets in quick succession.
That mini batting collapse, coupled with a good final day weather forecast, means that promotion-chasing Hampshire will fancy their chances of forcing victory to keep up the pressure on leaders Derbyshire.