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Live Reporting

By Adam Williams and Paul Grunill

All times stated are UK

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  1. Somerset 4-0 (2 overs)

    Banton 2, Azhar 1

    CLOSE! Tom Banton dabs at Jake Ball's opening delivery and the ball lands just millimetres short of the diving Joe Clarke's right hand at second slip.

    The batsmen take a single apiece before Banton wafts at a wide one to end the over. He doesn't make contact and Somerset collect a bye as the keeper and slips fumble.

  2. Somerset 1-0 (1 over)

    Banton 1, Azhar 0

    Four dot balls and then Tom Banton is finally under way with a push to mid-wicket, though we almost had one of those which way are you going comedy moments between him and partner Azhar Ali as they trot towards each other down the same line.

    Good start by Luke Fletcher for Notts - and it'll be Jake Ball from the other end.

  3. Somerset 0-0

    Banton 0, Azhar 0

    Luke Fletcher has the ball for Notts and we're off and running at Trent Bridge.

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    Who do you fancy to make the final? Also, which players have impressed you in this competition this season?

    Do you agree with Michael Vaughan's assessment of how exciting Somerset's Tom Banton's been?

  5. Tune in and enjoy!

    Both of today's games have got the full ball-by-ball treatment courtesy of our BBC local radio colleagues and you can also access the commentaries through the BBC Sport website and app.

    Coverage of Nottinghamshire v Somerset is also available on DAB digital radio on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra right now until 14:00 BST.

    Head to the top of the page to find the commentary of your choice.

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  6. Weather watch

    With any luck we're in for a clear day at Trent Bridge and the Ageas Bowl. To confirm that, here's a handy forecast graphic from BBC meteorologist Alina Jenkins.

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  7. Vaughan impressed by Banton style

    Nottinghamshire v Somerset (play starts 11:00 BST)

    Somerset opener Tom Banton has produced a couple of eye-catching performances in the One-Day Cup - hitting 107 off 79 balls in their opening game against Kent, and 112 off 103 balls against Worcestershire to help secure their place in today's semi-finals.

    The 20-year-old certainly made former England skipper Michael Vaughan sit up and take notice with his innings at New Road (see below).

    What does he have in store for Notts today?

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  8. Hales hopes for Lord's return

    Nottinghamshire v Somerset (play starts 11:00 BST)

    Alex Hales

    A few weeks ago, Alex Hales was contemplating the prospect of playing for England in a home World Cup.

    Now, having been dropped from the squad for an off-the-field misdemeanour, his focus is on helping Notts reach another Lord's final.

    His 36 against Northants six days ago was his only competitive innings since March, but if he is in the mood today - and who can forget his unbeaten 187 off 167 balls at Lord's in the 2017 final - then the Somerset attack could be hard-pushed to contain him.

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  9. Toss and team news

    Notts Outlaws v Somerset (11:00 BST)

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    Nottinghamshire have made two changes to the side which beat Northants by one wicket in their final group game, with fit-again Ben Slater in for Chris Nash at the top of the order, and left-arm paceman Harry Gurney - back from the IPL - replacing Australian James Pattinson.

    Somerset keep faith with the same XI which overcame Worcestershire on Friday to carry them into the last four.

    Notts: Slater, Clarke, Hales, Duckett, Patel, Mullaney, Moores, Fletcher, Carter, Ball, Gurney.

    Somerset: Azhar, Banton, Trego, Hildreth, Abell, Bartlett, Gregory, Van der Merwe, C Overton, Davey, J Overton.

  10. Post update

    To Trent Bridge first up then and news from the middle....

  11. The semi-final line-up

    Saqid Mahmood

    Here's confirmation of our two semi-final ties.

    We begin proceedings in Nottingham before the action gets under way a little later down in Southampton....

    Trent Bridge: Notts Outlaws v Somerset (11:00 BST)

    Ageas Bowl: Hampshire v Lancashire (11:30 BST)

  12. One step closer to Lord's...

    Roelof van der Merwe

    ...or maybe even a leap closer as we reach the semi-final stage of the One-Day Cup.

    A place in a Lord's final on the line for four teams today in what has been a quick turnaround for two of them, who only booked their place in these games on Friday.

    In case you missed those play-off ties, Somerset and the leaping Roelof van der Merwe (pictured above) recorded a comprehensive 147-run win against Worcestershire to set up a trip to Trent Bridge to face Notts Outlaws.

    Meanwhile Lancashire held their nerve in a stunning contest at Lord's no less to beat Middlesex by 20 runs.

    They travel to the Ageas Bowl to face Hampshire, who are of course defending the trophy they won last year.