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  1. In-play clips of Gloucestershire v Glamorgan available to UK users only
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Glamorgan win by 25 runs

Comfortable victory for the visitors in the end. The partnership between David Miller and Jacques Rudolph proved crucial.

They move top of South Group.

Don't forget to join us tomorrow, where we'll have commentaries from three games and in-play clips from Headingley where Yorkshire meet Durham. You can follow the action here from 18:00 BST.

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Howell c de Lange b Hogan 27 (Gloucestershire 138-7)

Unlucky from Howell.

He tries to hit Hogan down the ground for six, a couple of inches higher and it would have cleared de Lange on the boundary but he clings on for a good catch.

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Perera c Rudolph b de Lange 2 (Gloucestershire 127-6)

I think this is petering towards a relatively routine win for Glamorgan.

50 required...

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Taylor c Ingram b Wagg 16 (Gloucestershire 122-5)

Surely this is Glamorgan's game to lose now?

Gloucestershire need 55 off 25 balls...

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Klinger b van der Gugten 52 (Gloucestershire 99-4)

If there's any Gloucestershire fans following this live text, I apologise.

Klinger had just smoked Van Der Gugten over mid-wicket to bring up his half-century but manages to drag the ball onto his stumps next ball.

With that, Gloucestershire's chances are massively diminished.

"That's more like it Michael!"

If Gloucestershire are going to win this game then Michael Klinger is going to have to bat through the innings.

Here he is hitting Craig Meschede back down the ground, over the sightscreen, for six.

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Hankins c van der Gugten b Ingram 0 (Gloucestershire 54-3)

That is one ugly dismissal.

Hankins tries to reverse sweep Ingram, but manages to skew it straight to van der Gugten at short third man.

Ugly.

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Cockbain c Cooke b Meschede 25 (Gloucestershire 52-2)

Big wicket for the visitors. The hosts were starting to look dangerous.

Cockbain tries to hit Meschede over the top, but only manages to hit it straight up in the air and wicketkeeper Chris Cooke makes up the short distance and takes an easy catch.

Crucial breakthrough because Cockbain had played some lovely shots in his 25.

Klinger pulls Hogan for six

Off the first ball of the over, that saw Hogan dismiss Mustard, Klinger cleared the boundary with this pull shot for six.

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Mustard b Hogan 2 (Gloucestershire 19-1)

Bowled him!

An ugly swipe from Phil Mustard, who tries to go over long on, and Michael Hogan hits the top of middle stump and removes the former Durham man for two.

Michael Hogan
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End of innings

Gloucestershire need 177 to win

So, Glamorgan score 176-5 from their 20 overs, with half-centuries from South African's David Miller and Jacques Rudolph.

Will that be enough? It looks competitive.

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Cooke c J Taylor b Noema-Barnett 6 (Glamorgan 142-5)

Two in three balls for the hosts! They're really halting Glamorgan's progress.

Cooke tries to go big on the legside, but he only manages to pick out Jack Taylor at deep mid-wicket, who manages to keep hold of it this time (see four posts ago for a really bad drop).

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Rudolph c Howell b Perera 51 (Glamorgan 141-4)

Second wicket for the Sri Lankan!

Rudolph tries to hit him back down the ground for six, but he only manages to mid out Benny Howell at long-off.

Useful knock from the captain though.

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Miller c Noema-Barnett b Payne 50 (Glamorgan 124-2)

Crucial breakthrough for the hosts as they get rid of the dangerous Miller, who had already helped himself to a half century on his Glamorgan debut.

Very good take from Noema-Barnett at short third man too.

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Ingram c&b Perera 18 (Glamorgan 39-2)

Second catch for Perera. Another good one to be fair to the Sri Lankan.

Ingram attempts to pull but only succeeds in pulling it straight up and Perera steadies himself and takes the catch.

Jack Taylor breaths a sigh of relief somewhere in the distance (see below).

Thisara Perera celebrates dismissing Colin Ingram
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"Oh he's spilled it"

Oh, Jack Taylor. What a drop that is.

Matt Taylor is the unlucky bowler, but could his namesake Jack regret dropping Ingram so early?

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Donald c Perera b Payne (Glamorgan 10-1)

Early breakthrough for Gloucestershire.

Aneurin Donald tries to get it away on the legside but manages to sky it to Thisara Perera at fine leg who takes the catch.

The toss and teams

Gloucestershire won the toss and chose to field first

So, Michael Klinger has won the toss and has chosen to field first.

Jacques Ruldoph tells Sky Sports he would have batted first, so two happy captains!

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Form so far...

Both sides have had a good start to this year's competition; sitting second and third respectively in the South Group.

Although both have had their campaigns hit heavily by the rain so far.

Gloucestershire have accumulated seven points, having picked up two wins from their first five games, with a further two no results and a tie against Middlesex.

Glamorgan have seven points, but from six games. They've also picked up two wins, but have had three washouts and a sole defeat against Hampshire.

T20 Blast South Group
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Good evening...

Welcome to our in-play clips coverage of tonight's T20 Blast group game between Gloucestershire and Glamorgan.

We'll be bringing you the best action with highlights from both innings.

You'll also be able to pick from two different commentaries to listen to. BBC Radio Bristol and BBC Radio Wales both have teams at the ground bringing you ball-by-ball commentary.

BBC Radio 5 live sports extra are based at Grace Road for Leicestershire v Birmingham, which you can also listen to at the top of the page.

Gloucestershire's Benny Howell
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