Dom Sibley would score a century for Warwickshire in their first innings against Lancashire on Day 1 of the fifth round of County Championship matches.
Essex vs Yorkshire
Yorkshire would win the toss and elect to field first
Nick Browne would be caught by George Hill off the bowling of Jordan Thompson off the third ball of the day without scoring before Tom Westley would be caught behind by Harry Duke off the bowling of Dom Bess for 24. Sir Alastair Cook (pictured below) and Paul Walter put on 174 runs for the third wicket before the former England captain would be bowled by Steven Patterson for 107 – Walter and Sam Cook resuming 89 and 0 not out this morning.
Hampshire vs Gloucestershire
Hampshire won the toss and elected to bat first.
Ian Holland would be caught behind by James Bracey off the bowling of Ryan Higgins for 2 before Nick Gubbins would be LBW to Mohammad Amir for 30. Felix Organ and captain James Vince put on 161 for the third wicket before the latter would also be LBW to Amir for 78 with the former caught by Dominic Goodman off the bowling of Ajeet Dale for 107.
Ben Brown would be caught by Bracey off the bowling of Higgins for 11 before Aneurin Donald would be caught by Graeme van Buuren off the bowling of Amir for 1. Keith Barker would be caught by Higgins off the bowling of Miles Hammond for 20 before James Fuller was the last man out, bowled by van Buuren, without scoring with Liam Dawson 31 not out.
Lancashire vs Warwickshire
Warwickshire would win the toss and elect to bat first.
Alex Davies would be bowled by Tom Bailey without scoring before Rob Yates would be bowled by Luke Wood for 15. Sam Hain would be caught by a sub fielder off the bowling of Matt Parkinson for 38 before Will Rhodes would be bowled by the same bowler for 16.
Chris Benjamin and Michael Burgess would both be LBW to Bailey for 47 and 18 respectively before Danny Briggs would be the final man out, caught by Keaton Jennings off the bowling of Hassan Ali, for 1 with opener Dom Sibley (pictured below) and Nathan McAndrew resuming 118 and 9 not out respectively.
Surrey vs Northamptonshire
Northamptonshire won the toss and elected to field first.
Ryan Patel would be caught by Simon Kerrigan off the bowling of Luke Procter for 19 before Hashim Amla would be bowled by the same bowler for 21. Will Jacks would be LBW the following ball for a golden duck before Ben Foakes would be caught behind by Lewis McManus off the bowling of Taylor for 16.
Opener Rory Burns would be caught by Taylor off the bowling of Ben Sanderson for 107 before Colin de Grandhomme would be the final man out, caught by a sub fielder off the same bowler, for 11 with Sam Curran (71) and Gus Atkinson (4) the not out batsmen.
Glamorgan vs Leicestershire
Glamorgan would win the toss and elect to field first.
Sam Evans would be stumped by Chris Cooke off the bowling of Marnus Labuschagne for 29 before Hassan Azad would be run out by Sam Northeast for 64. Louis Kimber would be run out by Michael Neser for 10 before Wiaan Milder would be LBW to Labuschagne for 16.
Scott Steel would be bowled the following ball for a golden duck before Harry Swindells would be bowled by Neser for 22. Rishi Patel would be bowled by James Harris for 82 before Ben Mike the final wicket to fall, bowled by Martin Weighell, for 17 with Callum Parkinson and Chris Wright resuming 8 and 10 not out.
Sussex vs Middlesex
Sussex won the toss and elected to bat first.
Tom Haines would be bowled by Shaheen Shah Afridi for 17 before Ali Orr and Tom Alsop’s 204-run second-wicket partnership which was ended with the former caught by Peter Handscomb off the bowling of Luke Hollman for 99. Cheteshwar Pujara would be caught by Max Holden off the bowling of Ethan Bamber for 16 before Tom Clark would be bowled by Martin Andersson for 15.
Alsop would be caught by Handscomb off the bowling of Mark Stoneman (the former England opener’s maiden first-class wicket) for 113 before Mohammad Rizwan would be the last man out, caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Blake Cullen for 31 – George Garton and Ollie Robinson resuming on 37 and 11 not out.
Worcestershire vs Durham
Durham would win the toss and elect to bat first.
Alex Lees would be bowled by Ed Barnard for 27 before Sean Dickson and Keegan Petersen put on 123 runs for the second wicket partnership which was broken when the latter would be caught behind by Ben Cox off the bowling of Gibbon for 50. Dickson would be the other man out, caught by Pollock off the bowling of Barnard, for 104 with captain Scott Borthwick (80) and David Bedingham (69) putting on an unbeaten 117 for the fourth wicket.