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Live Reporting

Adam Williams and James Law

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    Leicestershire (409-8 & 115-2) need 35 more runs to beat Lancashire (322 & 236)

    Having played a secondary role to Colin Ackermann, Harry Dearden gets down on one knee and thumps the ball for six.

    The left-hander repeats the feat with the next ball off Danny Lamb, bowling his first over for Lancashire in the innings.

    They get 15 off the over and Leicestershire need 35 runs from 24 balls.

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  2. Post update

    Derbyshire (239 & 357-7) need 8 more runs to beat Nottinghamshire (324 & 279)

    Down to single figures needed for Derbyshire now.

    Jake Ball cannot strangle the runs as Fynn Hudson-Prentice and Michael Cohen nudge it around.

    Cohen can even duck under a short ball midway through the over such is how well he's seeing it.

    Eight more needed to win off 12 balls.

  3. Post update

    Derbyshire (239 & 352-7) need 13 more runs to beat Nottinghamshire (324 & 279)

    Samit Patel with ball in hand again for Nottinghamshire.

    Fynn Hudson-Prentice dances down the pitch and lofts him to the long-on boundary for a one-bounce four.

    Decisive stuff.

    13 needed to win off 18 balls.

  4. Post update

    Leicestershire (409-8 & 100-2) need 50 more runs to beat Lancashire (322 & 236)


    Just six runs from the 12th over and Lancashire bowler Tom Hartley can be happy with that.

    Leicestershire - led by the explosive Colin Ackermann - now need 50 runs from five overs for victory.

    It's going to be tough but they're having a go!

  5. Post update

    Derbyshire (239 & 345-7) need 20 more runs to beat Nottinghamshire (324 & 279)

    Great shot from Fynn Hudson-Prentice off Jake Ball's first delivery goes racing away for a one-bounce four to mid-wicket.

    He then nudges an easy single out into the covers. Steven Mullaney not quite getting his field setting right here for Notts.

    Derbyshire need 20 more to win off 24 balls.

  6. 50 for Colin Ackermann

    Leicestershire (409-8 & 94-2) need 56 more runs to beat Lancashire (322 & 236)

    Colin Ackermann

    Consecutive boundaries take Leicestershire captain Colin Ackermann to 50 off only 28 balls.

    He makes it THREE in a row as Tom Bailey keeps bowling just too far down the leg side.

    It's 13 off the over and the Foxes need 56 off 36 balls.

  7. Post update

    Derbyshire (239 & 338-7) need 27 more runs to beat Nottinghamshire (324 & 279)

    Samit Patel concedes seven off his over as Fynn Hudson-Prentice and Michael Cohen continue to rotate the strike for Derbyshire.

    Derbyshire need 27 more to win off 30 balls.

    Who's your money on?

  8. Post update

    Leicestershire (409-8 & 81-2) need 68 more runs to beat Lancashire (322 & 236)

    Leicestershire are 81-2 off 10 overs.

    They need 68 from the last seven overs to win against Lancashire.

    Colin Ackermann is the key batsman - he has 42 off just 26 balls.

  9. Birthday boy Cohen leads the way

    Derbyshire (239 & 331-7) need 34 more runs to beat Nottinghamshire (324 & 279)

    Six overs remaining at Trent Bridge.

    Derbyshire need 34 more runs off 36 balls to win with three wickets in hand.

    Michael Cohen (17 not out) on his 22nd birthday has come out playing his shots and hitting them cleanly to the fence.

    Are Derbyshire on for a famous first-class win here?

  10. Six for Colin Ackermann

    Leicestershire (409-8 & 72-2) need 78 runs to beat Lancashire (322 & 236)

    Leicestershire skipper Colin Ackermann clears the rope by a good 20 yards for a gigantic six.

    It's a beefy blow and is followed by four more runs from the last two balls of the over to bring the Foxes to 72-2.

    Eight overs left and they need 78 runs to beat Lancashire.

  11. WICKET

    Slater c Vilas b Bailey 25 (Leicestershire 409-8 & 62-2 v Lancashire 322 & 236)

    Ben Slater goes for one big hit too many but it's a spectacular two-handed diving catch from Lancashire captain Dane Vilas!

    The Leicestershire opener got 172 in the first innings and goes for a thrilling 25 this time.

    They're 62-2 and need another 88 for victory - but we're running out of overs.

  12. Still on a knife-edge!

    Derbyshire (239 & 322-7) need 43 more runs to beat Nottinghamshire (324 & 279)

    Eight overs to go at Trent Bridge.

    Still anyone's guess how this might finish up.

    Derbyshire refusing to go away quietly despite Nottinghamshire seemingly getting on top every time a wicket falls.

    Fynn Hudson-Prentice (68 not out) and Michael Cohen (10 not out) the men in the middle for Derbyshire.

  13. The chase is on

    Leicestershire (409-8 & 56-1) need 94 runs to beat Lancashire (322 & 236)

    Ben Slater

    A quick hand sanitiser break at New Road - it's so tense.

    Leicestershire need 94 runs from 60 balls to beat Lancashire - they have nine wickets in hand so can have a swing at it.

    Ben Slater (22 not out) and Foxes skipper Colin Ackermann (24 not out) are in and scoring at a healthy rate.

  14. BreakingMiddlesex beat Surrey by 190 runs

    Middlesex (347-6 dec & 248-6 dec) v Surrey (282 & 123)


    And all over at The Oval!

    Middlesex have won this slow-burner that suddenly ignited into life on the final afternoon.

    Surrey dismissed for just 123 in their second innings as Rikki Clarke is last man out stumped by John Simpson off Nathan Sowter.

    Middlesex beat Surrey by 190 runs in the London derby.

    Set up fantastically well by two strong batting performances, including Nick Gubbins with 192 and 60.

    Middlesex claim 22 points. Surrey come away with just three.

  15. WICKET

    Taylor b Cummins 4 (Surrey 123-9)

    Surrey nine down as Miguel Cummins strikes again!

    Middlesex need just one more wicket to win.

    James Taylor comprehensively bowled for just 4.

    Nine overs remaining in the game for Rikki Clarke to try and see this out for Surrey.

  16. BreakingWorcestershire beat Gloucestershire by eight wickets

    Worcestershire (428-5 & 113-2) v Gloucestershire (267 & 270)

    Tom Fell (32 not out) and Jack Haynes (30 not out) get over the winning line with minimum fuss.

    Worcestershire comfortably beat Gloucestershire by eight wickets as the Pears reach 113-2 at Bristol.

    Joe Leach's four wickets in 30 balls earlier was a turning point, giving Worcestershire a small target to chase down.

  17. Surrey eight down!

    Surrey (282 & 119-8) need 195 more runs to beat Middlesex (347-6 dec & 248-6 dec)

    Another Surrey wicket falls.

    Middlesex now two away from victory at The Oval.

    Miguel Cummins bangs one in short to Matthew Dunn and he can only fend it off his body where short leg Max Holden clings on to the sharp catch.

    Rikki Clarke still unbeaten on 22 at the other end.

  18. Post update

    Worcestershire (428-5 & 105-2) need 5 runs to beat Gloucestershire (267 & 270)

    Five to win for Worcestershire and they aren't hanging about.

    Tom Fell is on 32 off 30 and Jack Haynes on 23 off 25 balls.

    The Pears are going to do it any minute now...

  19. WICKET

    McKiernan b Ball 20 (Derbyshire 299-7)

    Big wicket for Nottinghamshire.

    Jake Ball bowls Matthew McKiernan for 20 as he looks to inside edge it on to his own stumps.

    Derbyshire seven wickets down now and still 66 runs short of their target.

    12 overs remaining.

  20. WICKET

    Rhodes c Jones b Bailey 8 (Leicestershire 409-8 & 16-1 v Lancashire 322 & 236)

    Rob Jones makes a great catch in the deep to dismiss Leicestershire's George Rhodes for eight.

    The Foxes need 134 to win from 14.3 overs - they're 16-1 at New Road against Lancashire.