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Summary

  1. Yorkshire beat Lancashire by 10 wickets in Roses Match
  2. Hampshire looking well set for innings victory over Warwickshire
  3. Northamptonshire require 161 more runs to beat Durham in Division Two

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By Adam Williams and Kalika Mehta

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Thanks for being with us once again throughout today.

We're getting into the closing stages of this round of games and we'll be here to guide you through the conclusion from 10:45 BST on Monday.

Until then....

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Close of play scores

How it ended at Lord's

Middlesex 311-7 v Somerset 443-9 dec

So after more rain and bad light delays than I can even remember, Middlesex end the day on 311-7.

It's hard to see anything but a draw tomorrow after the champions avoided the follow-on and with an uncertain weather forecast around.

Middlesex have three batting points and trail by 132 runs. Somerset have two more overs to get two more wickets to get a third bowling point.

And they've also drawn stumps at Lord's after a day of coming off and on.

News of how that finished up shortly....

Close of play at Chester-le-Street

Durham 166 & 376 v Northants 338 & 44-1

Rob Newton (25 not out) and Alex Wakely (18 not out) see Northants through to the end of day without any further damage.

Despite the early breakthrough for Durham, the visitors look in total control of the match at Chester-le-Street.

Wakely's side require a further 161 runs for victory on the final day, and as long as the rain stays away you'd presume it will be quite a simple chase.

India win big against Pakistan

India 319-3 (48 overs) v Pakistan 164 (33.4 overs)

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It's all over at Edgbaston and rather quickly too as India record a big win over Pakistan by 124 runs on the Duckworth Lewis Stern method.

Pakistan's run-chase collapsed rather meakly towards the end, but I doubt few of an Indian persuasion will care.

You can pick up reaction to that on our live text commentary page and also watch a selection of video highlights.

Also, you can watch a full highlights programme on BBC Two this evening from 23:30 BST.

Play resumes at Lord's

Middlesex 298-7 v Somerset 443-9 dec

7.4 overs remain for the day. Let's hope they aren't taken off yet again for bad light!

Newton goes after Coughlin

Durham 166 & 376 v Northants 338 & 24-1

Rob Newton isn't looking to hang around. He launches Paul Coughlin for a boundary before following it up with a huge six.

Northants need another 181 runs to win the game with six overs left today.

The weather forecast is not looking favourable for the visitors at Chester-le-Street tomorrow though.

So, still not back on at Lord's after the latest interruption and there's still six overs to bowl at Chester-le-Street...

Close of play at Hove

Sussex 579-8 dec v Worcestershire 312 & 124-4 (f/o)

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All over for the day at Hove and Worcestershire are almost floored in this one.

Daryl Mitchell was the last man to fall for them shortly before the close after his earlier first-innings century and 54 in the second dig.

His side lost 14 wickets today after looking seemingly unflustered at 215-0 earlier.

The visitors still trail by 143 runs with six second-innings wickets in hand as they head for the final day tomorrow.

Champions Trophy Update

India 319-3 v Pakistan 135-6 (27.4 overs - revised target 289 in 41 overs)

India are closing in on a big win against Pakistan at Edgbaston.

Captain Sarfraz Ahmed is running out of partners as a series of loose shots see wickets tumble.

You can follow all the action in our live text commentary, with in-play highlight clips available for UK website users.

You can also follow every delivery via Test Match Special's ball-by-ball commentary on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

Or if you prefer, you can watch television highlights of the game on BBC Two tonight.

Close of play at Ageas Bowl

Hampshire 515 v Warwickshire 254 & 75-2 f/o

End of day three between Hampshire and Warwickshire.

The hosts well and truly in command of this one but Jonathan Trott (17 not out) and Ian Bell (47 not out) are still there for Warwickshire.

The Bears are still 186 runs behind making Hampshire bat again, but they'll know they need to bat three sessions most of all to save this one.

WICKET Holden (c Jennings b Coughlin) 0

Durham 166 & 376 v Northants 338 & 0-1

Perfect start for Durham at Chester-le-Street as Northamptonshire's first-innings centurion Max Holden edges Paul Coughlin to Keaton Jennings in the slips.

The visitors' batsmen have another 11.4 overs to negotiate this evening as Alex Wakely comes to the crease.

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Trott takes a hit on hand

Hampshire 515 v Warwickshire 254 & 67-2 f/o

Bit of a delay towards the end of the day's play at the Ageas Bowl.

Jonathan Trott receives a bit of treatment after a ball from Ian Holland strikes him on the hand.

All seems OK though as after a short stoppage, he's back at his old business of occupying the crease.

Couple of overs left in the day.

Bad light stops play

Middlesex 298-7 v Somerset 443-9 dec

Light meter is out and umpires have signaled it's too dark at Lord's.

Here we go again with still just under 17 overs to be bowled in the day.

WICKET Mitchell (lbw van Zyl) 54

Sussex 579-8 dec v Worcestershire 312 & 116-4 (f/o)

Just after reaching his half-century, Daryl Mitchell is trapped plumb in front by Stiaan van Zyl as Worcestershire lose their 14th wicket of the day.

The visitors are still 151 runs behind Sussex's first innings score of 579-8 declared.

Close of play

Nottinghamshire 229 & 313-6 v Derbyshire 363

And just as I predicted, that is that for the day at Trent Bridge....

PLAY HAS BEEN ABANDONED FOR THE DAY Notts 313-6, leading by 179 #bbccricket

Umpires inspecting at Trent Bridge

Nottinghamshire 229 & 313-6 v Derbyshire 363

Covers are well and truly on in Nottingham and the umpires have come out with their umbrellas up to take a look.

Have to say, it's not looking too promising for a resumption there as it's also pretty gloomy.

WICKET Poynter (c Wakely b Azharullah) 5

Durham 166 & 376 v Northants 338

Another wicket for Azharullah as Stuart Poynter edges the ball to Alex Wakely at second slip.

The Pakistani bowler then traps Gavin Main lbw for a duck to pick up a five-wicket haul and wrap up Durham's innings for 376.

Northants will require 205 runs to win at Chester-le-Street. They'll face 12 overs this evening.

WICKET Rayner (b Overton) 29

Middlesex 290-7 v Somerset 443-9 dec

Jamie Overton yorks Ollie Rayner on the second ball after the resumption.

Rayner clocked up 29 runs in 36 balls in 45 minutes.

Somerset's 443 is looking increasingly harder to get level for Middlesex.

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Half-century for Mitchell but Worcs in trouble

Sussex 579-8 dec v Worcestershire 312 & 110-3 (f/o)

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A long road ahead for Worcestershire, who need 267 in their second innings to make Sussex bat again.

Daryl Mitchell holds the key to Worcestershire saving the game, having made 121 in the first innings, he has just reached his half-century, but will know there is still much work to be done.

Tom Fell played a poor shot to give Chris Jordan his first wicket of the match before Joe Clarke fell to the paceman shortly after.

Worcestershire could be facing their first Championship defeat of the season after looking in good shape earlier today.

WICKET Coughlin (c Gleeson b Azharullah) 20

Durham 166 & 370-8 v Northants 338

Paul Coughlin makes a handy 20 before picking out substitute fielder Richard Gleeson at deep square-leg to give Azharullah his third wicket of the innings.

Durham are 198 runs ahead with Ryan Pringle still at the crease, unbeaten on 47.

Bell & Trott standing firm

Hampshire 515 v Warwickshire 254 & 41-2 f/o

Into the closing eight overs of the day at the Ageas Bowl and Jonathan Trott and Ian Bell are doing their best to keep Warwickshire in the game.

The former England Test top order pair came together at 9-2 in this follow-on and know they have plenty of work to do to stave off an innings defeat.

They're still 220 runs behind.

WICKET Clarke (b Jordan) 10

Sussex 579-8 dec v Worcestershire 312 & 109-3 (f/o)

Chris Jordan strikes again as he bowls Joe Clarke for just 10.

Are Sussex going to take 20 Worcestershire wickets in a single day? The odds are against it with just 11 overs left in the day but the visitors batting has been so poor today I wouldn't discount it.

In equal measure, it has been a might impressive bowling display by the hosts at Hove.

Champions Trophy Update

India 319-3 v Pakistan 86-2 (18.2 overs - revised target 289 in 41 overs)

Pakistan need 210 runs to win from 23.5 overs. Opener Azhar Ali is 48 not out and Mohammad Hafeez is 7 not out.

You can follow all the action in our live text commentary, with in-play highlight clips available for UK website users.

You can also follow every delivery via Test Match Special's ball-by-ball commentary on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

Or if you prefer, you can watch television highlights of the game on BBC Two tonight.

Bad light stops play

Middlesex 290-6 v Somerset 443-9 dec

With 26 overs remaining, the umpires have signaled for the players to leave the field due to bad light.

So with Middlesex 290-6, captain James Franklin is on 20 and Oliie Rayner 29.

Defending champions Middlesex are four runs short of avoiding the follow-on.

WICKET Fell (c Archer b Jordan) 22

Sussex 579-8 dec v Worcestershire 312 & 96-2

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Tom Fell mistimes a pull off Chris Jordan and is caught by Jofra Archer at mid-on.

The visitors are in serious trouble at Hove, despite captain Darul Mitchell three runs off a second half-century in the match, as they still trail Sussex by 171 runs.

Playing through the pain...

Durham 166 & 340-7 v Northamptonshire 338

Look away now from this post if you're a bit squeamish.

Northants wicket-keeper Adam Rossington has had to have a finger put back in place after a dislocation....

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Bad light stops play at Trent Bridge

Nottinghamshire 229 & 313-6 v Derbyshire 363

Elements have interrupted proceedings again in the East Midlands with the players going off at Trent Bridge.

Nottinghamshire have lost only four wickets throughout the day and are now 179 ahead of Derbyshire with four second-innings wickets in hand.

Cameron shows Steel-y determination

Durham 166 & 338-7 v Northamptonshire 338

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Cameron Steel batted throughout the day for his gritty 128, facing 227 balls in the process.

He had a great stroke of luck when he came to the crease at the end of the first over of the day though.

Bounced by Rory Kleinveldt he couldn't get out of the way of the ball and top-edged to Chesney Hughes in the slips, but umpire Michael Burns signalled a no-ball.

His previous best score was in the last match when making 59 at Glamorgan. He got to his 100 today in 166 balls and with a hefty six off Hughes as well.

Durham were 93 behind when he came in but he put on 143 with Paul Collingwood (54), 44 with Michael Richardson (14) and 40 with Ryan Pringle (25*).

When he fell to Mo Azharullah lbw, Durham were 153 ahead at 325-7.

Voges injury update

Middlesex 267-6 v Somerset 443-9 dec

Middlesex up against it in the middle against Somerset and there's news of their injured batsman Adam Voges...

News from the dressing room is that @acvoges has a calf injury. He'll be assessed over the next 24 hours to establish the extent of injury!

WICKET Umeed (c McManus b Berg) 7

Hampshire 515 v Warwickshire 254 & 9-2 f/o

Warwickshire in deeper trouble now.

Andy Umeed is the next to fall at the start of this follow-on as he edges a Gareth Berg delivery behind to wicket-keeper Lewis McManus.

Jonathan Trott and Ian Bell together now at the crease for the Bears.

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Steel innings ended by Azharullah

Durham 166 & 325-7 v Northants 338

Cameron Steel's excellent innings is ended as he's trapped lbw by Azharullah for 128.

Northants will be looking to wrap up the hosts' innings quickly now at Chester-le-Street with Durham holding just a 153-run lead.

WICKET Westwood (c Adams b Abbott) 2

Hampshire 515 v Warwickshire 254 & 5-1 f/o

Terrible start to Warwickshire's follow-on as Ian Westwood is dismissed inside the first three overs.

Kyle Abbott finds the outside edge as he fends at one and Jimmy Adams takes the catch in the slips.

Here comes Jonathan Trott for his second dig, just 13 balls after his first one ended...

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WICKET Wessels (b Mendis) 46

Nottinghamshire 229 & 282-6 v Derbyshire 363

Jeevan Mendis picks up another crucial wicket for Derbyshire as he bowls Rikki Wessels four short of his half-century.

Nottinghamshire are 150 runs ahead at Trent Bridge.

WICKET Roland-Jones (c Davies b Groenewald) 1

Middlesex 248-6 v Somerset 443-9 dec

Toby Roland-Jones is out for just one after a great catch from Steve Davies behind the stumps. A second wicket for Tim Groenewald.

With Adam Voges highly unlikely to be fit enough to come back on, that wicket is effectively the seventh wicket. Middlesex are slowly starting to crumble!

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Follow-on enforced by Hampshire

Hampshire 515 v Warwickshire 254 & 0-0 (f/o)

Hampshire have indeed enforced the follow-on and Warwickshire have 21 overs to negotiate before the close this evening....

Revised target for Pakistan as action resumes

India 319-3 (48 overs) v Pakistan 22-0 (5 overs - revised target 289 in 41)

Play has resumed meanwhile at Edgbaston following the latest showers and they've got the spreadsheets out again to work out the latest Duckworth Lewis Stern calculation...

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Friends Through Cricket

Stumped Podcast

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India v Pakistan is widely regarded as the biggest match in sport, with more than one billion people tuning in worldwide.

The BBC's Stumped programme have been chatting to Deepak Singh and Shariq Khan, lifelong India and Pakistan cricket fans, who discuss how their shared love of cricket brought them together despite the fierce rivalry that exists between their respective nations.

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WICKET Trott (lbw b Abbott) 101

Hampshire 515 v Warwickshire 254

Well, that is bizarre.

They had to wait for an eternity to take tea at the Ageas Bowl due to Warwickshire's last pair hanging around.

The very first ball after that delayed tea break, Kyle Abbott comes on with the new ball and traps Jonathan Trott leg before.

So, off they go and you would imagine Hampshire will enforce the follow-on with Warwickshire still 261 runs behind.

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