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Live Reporting

Alex Winter and Brendon Mitchell

All times stated are UK

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    And that concludes our coverage of today's action.

    Here's hoping for some better weather - and a bit more action - tomorrow.

    We'll see you at 10:50 BST. Have a good rest of your evening.

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    Middlesex 90-4 v Hampshire

    John Simpson and Nick Gubbins have, at least, halted the collapse. They see out the final few overs without any further drama and Middlesex, thanks to a couple of boundaries in that last over from Simpson, reach stumps on 90-4.

    Plenty of work to do on Friday for the hosts.

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    Middlesex 82-4 v Hampshire

    Final set of six for the day coming up...

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    Middlesex 71-4 v Hampshire

    Into the final four overs at Lord's, our last match standing today.

    John Simpson and Nick Gubbins are doing their best to see it through to the close.

  5. Close of play at Hove

    Sussex 51-2 v Kent 145

    Jofra Archer was back in action and struck two early blows to kickstart a great day for Sussex.

    Ollie Robinson picked up three wickets as Kent were ruined again.

    Sussex will hope to take the game completely away from their visitors now.

    Their failure to do that in their last few matches has cost them dearly.

  6. Close of play at Chester-le-Street

    Durham 246 v Worcestershire 6-0

    That is indeed it for the day in the North-East where the sun shone for most of it.

    Worcestershire will be very pleased to have bowled Durham out cheaply on a largely blameless surface.

    Alex Lees keeping Durham in the game but much work to do on the morrow with the ball for the hosts.

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    Middlesex 68-4 v Hampshire

    The only match currently still playing is at Lord's... and I'd bet Middlesex would welcome some bad light right now.

  8. Bad light at Hove

    Sussex 51-2 v Kent 145

    That poor shot by Aaron Thomason preceded bad light that may end the day at Hove.

    Just a wicket Sussex that takes a chink from the sheen of total dominance by the home side.

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    Middlesex 56-4 v Hampshire

    From 33-0 Middlesex have collapsed to 56-4.

    Robbie White is the next man to fall for three, another bowled by Kyle Abbott, who has 3-19.

    This has turned into a really good session for Hampshire.

  10. Bad light at Chester-le-Street

    Durham 246 v Worcestershire 6-0

    Durham has been the best place in the country weather-wise today but bad light has now moved in with eight overs remaining.

    Could be your lot for day one there.

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    Sussex 51-2 v Kent 145

    It was becoming a really smart response by Sussex with the fifty brought up by Aaron Thomason cutting Nathan Gilchrist for four.

    But he tries again and slaps it to point.

    A very cheap dismissal just when the hammer was coming down on Kent.

    Still a good hour to go in the day at Hove.

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    Middlesex 52-3 v Hampshire

    And now a first baller for Peter Hanscomb!

    Kyle Abbott bowls the Australia wicketkeeper to plunge the hosts into even more trouble at Lord's.

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    Middlesex 47-2 v Hampshire

    That's both openers gone now!

    Brad Wheal has got in on the act, seeing off Jack Davies for 24 and Middlesex's promising start has been very much checked.

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    Sussex 26-1 v Kent 145

    An early one for Kent who simply must strike back quickly.

    Tom Haines nicks one behind from Darren Stevens that goes gently down the slope.

    But it's not going to take too much for Sussex to get their noses in front.

    They have a huge chance to this time put the game to bed at halfway.

  15. Durham all out

    Durham 246 v Worcestershire

    Only 14 deliveries of the second new ball and Worcestershire have finished Durham off.

    The hosts will probably take 246, adding 110 for the final four wickets and 48 for the last two.

    Worcestershire will see it as blessed relief to only have done 82 overs in the field after some of their recent slogs.

    It's also job well done having chosen to field this morning.

    Alex Lees the only Durham batsman to show - his 99 held the home side together.

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    Middlesex 33-1 v Hampshire

    The opening stand is broken at last!

    Sam Robson's resistance has been ended by Kyle Abbott for 20.

    Nick Gubbins is the new man in, joining Jack Davies (13 not out) at the crease.

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    Durham 242-9 v Worcestershire

    And that second new ball takes just six balls to strike.

    Mark Wood drives over a full delivery and has his middle stump knocked out of the ground.

    A nervy scrap now for Durham to find another eight runs.

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    Durham 234-8 v Worcestershire

    That smell of a second batting point is getting more pungent.

    Calm, proper batting from Brydon Carse and Mark Wood and they've squeezed the board along.

    Second new ball now available though.

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    Middlesex 33-0 v Hampshire

    Kyle Abbott and Brad Wheal are into the attack at Lord's but still no breakthrough for Hampshire.

    Just four boundaries have been scored in the opening 16 overs.

    Still a whopping 20 left.

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    Durham 224-8 v Worcestershire

    A useful little stand for Durham between Brydon Carse and Mark Wood.

    The loss of Ben Raine so cheaply could have brought about a quick demise but Wood has smeared Charlie Morris through point and pulled him through midwicket.

    Do they sniff another batting point perhaps?