Take a look at the stats below to see how the counties have gone head to head in the recent past and try and beat the bookies during the round of county matches that start tomorrow (15th May).
Glamorgan have hosted Essex 10 times in the two tier County Championship era (W1, L2, D7). The seven draws include four stalemates in the last four meetings in Wales.
Leicestershire’s 10-wkt win at Northants in 2010 was their only triumph in this fixture since 1975. Northamptonshire have won eight of the other meetings at home with Leicestershire (D20).
Surrey has not lost at Nottinghamshire since 1992. They have won three and drawn four in this seven-match unbeaten run at Trent Bridge.
Somerset’s six-wicket victory at Taunton last year was their first LV= County Championship win over Middlesex at home in 15 attempts (five defeats and nine draws).
Warwickshire have failed to win any of their last four home LV= County Championship matches against Yorkshire, having won seven of the preceding eight Edgbaston meetings.
Kent and Worcestershire have never met in Div Two of the LV= County Championship. Their two clashes at Canterbury in Div One (2004 & 2007) ended in a Kent win and draw respectively.
Northamptonshire’s James Middlebrook has delivered the highest proportion of dot balls in the LV= County Championship this season (87%, minimum 10 overs).
Sam Robson has struck the most LV= County Championship fours this season. The Middlesex opener has hit 72, with Yorkshire’s Joe Root second on 55.
Tymal Mills recorded career best first-class figures of 4-25 in last year’s LV= County Championship draw between Glamorgan and Essex.
Luke Wright took his career best first-class figures of 5-65 in the last meeting between Derbyshire and Sussex at Derby (June 2010).
Stats info provided by Opta
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