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By Gary Smee and Adam Williams

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  1. Surrey 125-5 (target 145) v Sussex

    Surrey need 20 off 18 balls

    Jofra Archer steams in for his final over, but it doesn't go the way Sussex fans wanted.

    Rikki Clarke hits the paceman for back-to-back boundaries, the first courtesy of a misfield by Rashid Khan.

    The visitors need 20 off the last three overs. Very much Surrey's game to lose now.

  2. Agar goes big for Bears

    In the balance at Northampton after an earlier rain-adjusted target for Birmingham Bears against Northamptonshire Steelbacks.

    They are chasing 133 in 16 overs after the hosts's earlier 155-6 off their 20.

    Ashton Agar and Adam Hose are at the crease for Bears with Agar just striking Nathan Buck for a huge six over long-on.

    They need 46 more off 30 balls with seven wickets in hand. Finely balanced.

    Birmingham Bears
  3. Surrey 116-5 (target 145) v Sussex

    Surrey need 29 off 24 balls

    Just two off the over! Superb stuff from left-arm quick Tymal Mills.

    Surrey need 29 off the final four overs, the next of which will be bowled by Jofra Archer.

  4. Surrey 114-5 (target 145) v Sussex

    Surrey need 31 off 30 balls

    England have some hugely talented bowling all-rounders in their ranks.

    Tom Curran is one of them. He shows his qualities with the bat by creaming Rashid Khan to the cover rope.

    Eight off the Afghanistan spinner's final over as he finishes with 1-23. Surrey require 31 off the last five overs

  5. BreakingLANCASHIRE BEAT WORCESTERSHIRE BY 21 RUNS

    No more play possible at Old Trafford sadly with that earlier rain.

    But we do have a result with Lancashire well on top at 71-1 after nine overs chasing just 131 when the players came off.

    It means Lightning win by 21 runs on the DLS Method and that's back-to-back wins for the Red Rose on successive nights.

    Plenty for holders Worcestershire to ponder after an under-par performance.

  6. Surrey 106-5 (target 145) v Sussex

    Surrey need 39 off 36 balls

    Pressure? What pressure?

    Jofra Archer finishes another fine over, including the wicket of Ollie Pope. He has 2-12 off three overs.

    This game is going down to the wire.

  7. WICKET

    Pope b Archer 43 (Surrey 106-5 v Sussex 144-8)

    Jofra Archer

    Jofra gets the breakthrough!

    He's some bowler is this lad. Ollie Pope clips him off his pad to the rope, but next ball the youngster is cleaned up with a slower ball.

    Archer has 2-12. Surrey need 39 off 38 balls to win.

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  8. BreakingHAMPSHIRE BEAT SOMERSET BY FOUR WICKETS

    What a finish to this game!

    Hampshire win it in style with three balls to spare as Lewis McManus hammers Jerome Taylor for a straight six over long-on.

    Somerset had that won with five overs to go, but some very poor bowling and some clean hitting by Hampshire saw them chase 173.

    Babar Azam's earlier 95 for Somerset in vain and it's a very welcome win for Hampshire to get themselves up and running this year.

    Somerset have now lost two and won one of their three games so far.

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  9. Surrey 100-4 (target 145) v Sussex

    Surrey need 45 off 42 balls

    Rashid Khan concedes six off the 13th over and now it's time for a bit more Jofra Archer.

    Key over coming up...

  10. Hampshire need 8 to win off last over!

    James Fuller falls caught behind for Hampshire to the first ball of Lewis Gregory's over and Somerset believe again.

    He finds his line and length superbly to new man Lewis McManus until he pulls off a lovely scoop to fine leg for four.

    McManus then repeats the dose with another four to square leg and it's Hampshire to lose now!

    Somerset
  11. Surrey 94-4 v Sussex

    Surrey need 51 off 48 balls

    Wow, is that the over that changes this match in favour of Surrey?

    Ollie Pope decides to take on Danny Briggs and smacks the spinner for 16 off his third over, with three boundaries.

    The equation is now down to 51 off 48.

  12. BreakingMIDDLESEX BEAT GLAMORGAN BY EIGHT WICKETS

    Victory secured in Cardiff for Middlesex who chase the 137 they needed for the loss of just two wickets.

    They get there with 16 balls to spare as Dawid Malan (45 not out) and Max Holden (30 not out) add an unbroken 49 for the third wicket.

    That win makes up for Middlesex's defeat by Gloucestershire on Thursday while it's another defeat for Glamorgan, their second in as many days.

  13. Surrey 78-4 v Sussex

    Surrey need 67 off 54 balls

    Sussex celebrate

    It really is nip and tuck at Hove.

    Tymal Mills is as rapid as ever as he concedes just three singles off his second over.

    Surrey require 67 off the final nine overs - but two of those will come from Jofra Archer.

  14. Hampshire need 18 off 12 balls

    Another costly over for Somerset and Hampshire are now firm favourites to win this at Taunton.

    Roelof van der Merwe concedes 14 off his over, which included a no ball and then a six by Liam Dawson off the last ball.

  15. Surrey 75-4 (target 145) v Sussex

    Pope 18, T Curran 3

    Hello, a bit of controversy.

    Tom Curran hits his first ball straight back at Danny Briggs who claims the catch. Curran stands there, Briggs thinks he's taken a low grab, but the umpire gives it not out.

    It was a close call and difficult to say with no television replays - but the umpire's word is final. Not out.

  16. Set for a cracking finish at Taunton

    James Fuller appears to be on a one-man mission to win this for Hampshire against Somerset.

    Jerome Taylor's ball-by-ball analysis in his last over has just read 6-6-4-1-1-6 with Fuller hitting all those boundaries in that costly set of six.

    Hampshire need just 32 off 18 balls all of a sudden!

  17. WICKET

    Clark lbw b Briggs 6 (Surrey 71-4 v Sussex 144-8)

    Two quick wickets for Sussex!

    Jordan Clark biffs Danny Briggs for four, but next ball he's smacked on the pad and up goes the finger.

  18. It's raining still at Old Trafford

    This is a shame to see with another decent crowd in at Old Trafford and the home side well set against Worcestershire.

    Lancashire were 71-1 after nine overs chasing 131 when play stopped.

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  19. Surrey 67-3 v Sussex

    Surrey need 78 off 66 balls

    A fine over for Rashid Khan comes to an end. Three runs from it and the key wicket of Will Jacks.

    Who's your money on here then?

  20. Scott Steel's the show for Durham

    Durham beat Leicestershire by nine wickets

    See what we did there?!

    Sit back and enjoy some of these big hits from the Durham opener in their thumping of Leicestershire.

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