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  1. Nothing to separate the sides at Cheltenham

    Gloucestershire 218, Leicestershire 215

    Things are looking pretty even between Gloucestershire and Leicestershire at Cheltenham as wickets continued to fall before and after tea.

    Aadil Ali was the ninth man out for 40 when he was bowled by James Fuller just after tea who then dismissed Clint McKay shortly after to pick up his fourth wicket.

    Gloucestershire hold just a three run first innings lead over their opponents.

    Click here for the full scorecard.

  2. Cosgrove out for 74

    Gloucestershire 218, Leicestershire 166-6

    Any hopes Leicestershire had of building a big lead over Gloucestershire at Cheltenham have suffered a blow with the dismissal of captain Mark Cosgrove.

    The Australian nicked Kieran Noema-Barnett behind shortly after lunch.

    The visitors' chances of a first-innings advantage now appear to rest with 20-year-old Aadil Ali who is unbeaten on 23 and the rest of the lower order.

    They currently trail by 52 runs.

    Click here for the full scorecard.

  3. Cosgrove battles for Leicestershire

    Gloucestershire 218, Leicestershire 131-5 at lunch on day two

    Mark Cosgrove

    BBC Sport's Elizabeth Ammon at Cheltenham:

    "It's been a decent morning for Leicestershire here at beautiful Cheltenham College.

    "Captain Mark Cosgrove has played a very controlled innings in tricky conditions on a slow pitch; he's moved to 63 and is anchoring the Leicestershire innings admirably.

    "The cloud has lifted and the sun is breaking through so batting should get a bit easier this afternoon, just as it did yesterday."

    Gloucestershire have also been hit with the news that Ian Cockbain, who only took over the captaincy last week, will be out for four to six weeks with a broken wrist.

    Read more about his injury here.


    Kent 336 & 99, Surrey 311 & 128-4

    Surrey have closed the gap on Division Two leaders Lancashire with a comfortable six-wicket win over Kent at The Oval.

    After the early loss of Kumar Sangakkara after he was stumped off James Tredwell, the hosts raced to victory.

    Rory Burns made 46 before he was bowled by spinner Tredwell (3-61), but wicketkeeper Ben Foakes saw Surrey to 128-4 and victory with an unbeaten 57.

    Second-placed Surrey are now eight points behind Lancashire and 39 points clear of Glamorgan in third.

  5. Hope for Kent?

    Kent 336 & 99, Surrey 311 & 45-2

    Kumar Sangakkara

    Surrey may only be chasing 125 to win, but Kent may have given themselves a chance after James Tredwell has Sri Lankan great Kumar Sangakkara stumped for just one.

    However Rory Burns is still going strong on 34, and the hosts now need less than 100 to win.

    The odds are still heavily in Surrey's favour.

    Click here to see the full scorecard.

  6. County Championship prospects


    An extraordinary third evening at The Oval saw Surrey bowl out Kent for 99 setting a victory target of just 125.

    Sam Curran continued his memorable first Championship match for the hosts as he took the first three wickets in Kent's second innings before captain Gareth Batty ripped through the tail with 4-12.

    Surrey lost Zafar Ansari with what proved to be the final ball of the day to leave them on 4-1, but they only need another 121 to win.

    Wickets also tumbled on a tricky pitch at Cheltenham where Gloucestershire where bowled out for 218 before Leicestershire reached 56-3 at stumps.

    Clint McKay did the damage with the ball in the hosts innings taking 5-59.

    Leicestershire's hopes on the second morning will rest with captain Mark Cosgrove who is 26 not out.

  7. Post update

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    Full scorecards available here

    Gloucestershire v Leicestershire - day two - BBC Radio Bristol and BBC Radio Gloucestershire