Ahead of the Royal London One-Day Cup semi-finals on Sunday and Monday, we take a look at some of the key statistics that may have an impact when the four remaining sides battle for a place in the final.
Gloucestershire Cricket has appointed former Australia international allrounder Ian Harvey as assistant head coach. The 43-year-old won six one-day trophies at the club between 1999 and 2003 and he says is looking forward to trying to bring the glory days back to the Bristol County Ground.
Gloucestershire Cricket will have both centurions from this year’s Big Bash League (BBL) in their ranks this season after signing hard-hitting batsman Peter Handscomb as their second overseas player for 2015.
Gloucestershire, Middlesex and Essex all completed victories in the remaining matches in round 13 of the LV= County Championship, while there was a much-needed win for Warwickshire in the day's Friends Life t20 fixture.
Yorkshire are the new leaders of the LV= County Championship after completing victory over Derbyshire, while Middlesex and Essex look well placed for wins going into the final days of their matches at Hove and Chelmsford.
There was a win for Warwickshire at Edgbaston as they kept their LV= County Championship title defence alive. Meanwhile rivals Yorkshire and Middlesex took complete control of their matches against Sussex and Derbyshire.
Draws now look inevitable at Old Trafford and Canterbury, but the match at Edgbaston is nicely set up going into the final day. Elsewhere, Gloucestershire, Leicestershire and Yorkshire all enjoyed outstanding days in the LV= County Championship.
There was more joy for the nation's batsmen as runs flowed on another sunny day around the country. Laurie Evans and Rob Key both reached three figures for their sides, while Sean Ervine, James Taylor, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Michael Lumb and Ateeq Javid all prospered.
Round 13 of the LV= County Championship kicked off around the country today, with the batsmen enjoying the best of the sunny conditions. There were centuries for both Murray Goodwin and Michael Carberry.