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Summary

  1. Warwickshire reach One-Day Cup final
  2. Jeetan Patel takes five wickets for Bears
  3. Ian Bell struck 94* as hosts posted 284-4
  4. Warwickshire face Surrey in Lord's final

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By Brendon Mitchell

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's a wrap

    But that otherwise concludes our coverage of today's One-Day Cup semi-final. Congratulations to Warwickshire, commiserations to Somerset.

    Many thanks for joining us, we'll see you very soon.

  2. Recap: Patel bowls Bears into One-Day final

    Jeetan Patel

    Jeetan Patel took five wickets to help Warwickshire beat Somerset by eight runs and set up a One-Day Cup final with Surrey.

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    Patel bowls Bears into One-Day final

    Jeetan Patel

    Jeetan Patel takes five wickets to help Warwickshire beat Somerset by eight runs and set up a One-Day Cup final with Surrey.

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  3. Warwickshire reach Lord's

    Kalika Mehta

    BBC Sport at Edgbaston

    "Ian Bell clenches his fists and raises them towards the Warwickshire fans, having led his side to a fourth one-day final in seven years.

    "The crowd are on their feet and applauding the effort from both teams as the players walk off.

    "There was a decent showing at Edgbaston and the spectators who ventured to the cricket were treated to a great spectacle."

  4. Warwickshire v Surrey

    The One-Day Cup final

    So Warwickshire will face Surrey in the One-Day Cup final at Lord's on Saturday, 17 September. Always a belting day in the capital - let's hope for similar weather to today.

  5. Post update

    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Quote Message: That was a brilliant performance from Warwickshire. Their experience in both their batting and bowling ranks, I think, proved to be the difference between the two teams.
  6. BreakingWarwickshire beat Somerset by 8 runs

    Somerset 276-9

    A death-bowling masterclass from Oliver Hannon-Dalby, whos side have booked their spot in the One-Day Cup final.

    A fantastic effort from Tim Groenewald at the end, clobbering 30 off 20 balls to keep Somerset in it, but it was too little too late.

  7. Somerset 275-9

    Somerset need 10 runs from 1 balls

    Tim Groenewald can't manage it and Warwickshire are heading to Lord's!

    Hannon-Daltby
  8. Somerset 273-9

    Somerset need 12 runs from 2 balls

    Two sixes needed, else Somerset are crashing out...

  9. Somerset 272-9

    Somerset need 13 runs from 3 balls

    Another ball, another single. Superb stuff from Oliver Hannon-Dalby thus far.

  10. Somerset 271-9

    Somerset need 14 runs from 4 balls

    These two batsmen are struggling to beat the field here, as Max Waller gets another single.

  11. Somerset 270-9

    Somerset need 15 runs from 5 balls

    A single from the first. Somerset need boundaries!

  12. Post update

    Simon Mann

    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Quote Message: Somerset were miles out of this game at one stage, but it just goes to show what you can do.
  13. Somerset 269-9

    Somerset need 16 runs from 12 balls

    Goodness me, there's life in this game yet. A four to Tim Groenewald from the third delivery of Chris Wright's final over is the key, as well as a couple of scampered twos.

    Somerset need 16 off the last over, to be delivered by Oliver Hannon-Dalby.

    Groenewald is facing.

  14. Somerset 259-9

    Somerset need 26 runs from 12 balls

    This is terrific death bowling, as Oliver Hannon-Dalby churns out yorker after yorker to frustrate the Somerset pair.

    But hang about - six from Tim Groenewald! Where did that come from?

  15. Somerset 249-9

    Somerset need 36 runs from 18 balls

    It's solid stuff from Chris Wright, whose over goes for eight - well below the required 12 at this stage.

    Can Somerset somehow muster a grandstand finish? Boundaries are a must.

  16. Somerset 241-9

    Somerset need 44 runs from 24 balls

    Tim Groenewald has been involved in a couple of belting last-wicket stands this season, and not just in this format, but I'm not sure he and Max Waller have the tools to pull this one off.

    Four overs to go.

  17. Somerset 236-9

    Somerset need 49 runs from 30 balls

    Jeetan Patel ends with figures of 5-43. He and Oliver Hannon-Dalby have undoubtedly been the key men with the ball for Warwickshire, who are cruising to Lord's.

    Jeetan Patel
  18. WICKET Davies (lbw Patel) 46

    Somerset 234-9

    And Jeetan Patel has struck - his fifth wicket and a fifth lbw.

    It's the end of Ryan Davies, who had done wonders to keep Somerset just about in this semi-final. That should be game, set and match Warwickshire.

  19. Somerset 233-8

    Oliver Hannon-Dalby has been just superb today, and deserves that wicket. Tim Groenewald is next in, Jeetan Patel will bowl his last over.

  20. Post update

    Charlotte Edwards

    Ex-England captain on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    Quote Message: James Hildreth looks absolutely devastated. He probably felt he was the key to Somerset winning this game. You just sense that could be the key wicket for Warwickshire.