Rain in the Netherlands meant that only 10.2 overs were bowled in Schiedam as the Group A Yorkshire Bank 40 between the hosts and Sussex ended in a no result. The Dutch had reached 28 for two after being asked to bat by the time the rain arrived, with Lewis Hatchett taking both to the wickets to fall. Sussex gave one-day debuts to Hatchett and 18 year-old Harry Finch.
Tomorrow’s Fixtures: (start times in brackets, GMT)
day one, LV=CCD2, Leicestershire v Glamorgan at Grace Road (1000)
The home side have made a raft of changes to their squad as Australian Joe Burns replaces Ramnaresh Sarwan as overseas player and Anthony Ireland and Nathan Buck return from injury. Niall O’Brien is also unavailable due to commitments with Ireland, meaning that Ned Eckersley will don the gloves.
Leicestershire squad: Joe Burns (captain), Greg Smith, Michael Thornely, Ned Eckersley, Josh Cobb, Matthew Boyce, Shiv Thakor, Jigar Naik, Nathan Buck, Ollie Freckingham, Alex Wyatt, Robbie Williams, Anthony Ireland.
Glamorgan have named an unchanged 12-man squad from the one that lost to Essex last week with John Glover included alongside the regular eleven.
Glamorgan squad: Mark Wallace (captain), Will Bragg, Ben Wright, Stewart Walters, Marcus North, Murray Goodwin, Jim Allenby, Graham Wagg, Dean Cosker, Michael Hogan, Mike Reed, John Glover.
Group A, YB40, Netherlands v Northamptonshire at Schiedam (1145)
The Steelbacks are without Trent Copeland, Stephen Peters, Ben Duckett, Con de Lange and James Kettleborough for their trip to Holland. Copeland has a visa that only allows him to work in the UK, while Duckett is unavailable as he completes his A-Levels. The others are injured. Returning are Scotland internationals Kyle Coetzer and David Murphy.
Northamptonshire squad: Alex Wakely (captain), Kyle Coetzer, Rob Newton, David Sales, Matthew Spriegel, Andrew Hall, James Middlebrook, Steven Crook, David Willey, David Murphy, Lee Daggett, Olly Stone, Rob Keogh.
Weather Forecast: Tomorrow will start overcast in Leicester before brightening in the afternoon. As the temperature rises to 17 degrees Celsius there will be an increasing chance of catching a shower. In the Netherlands it will again be an overcast and showery day, with temperatures likely to peak at no higher than 11 degrees Celsius.
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