Middlesex are in the ascendancy after Ollie Rayner picked up three wickets to help reduce Sussex to 147/7 on day two of their LV= County Championship having declared earlier in the day on 499/8.
Middlesex opening batsman Chris Rogers talks to Lords.org about his Ashes call up, county colleague Sam Robson and the season so far at the Home of Cricket.
Cricket fans attending Middlesex’s LV= County Championship match against Sussex at Lord’s will be able to enjoy listening to the live BBC London ball-by-ball commentary in the Ground via a bespoke Lord’s One Tune Radio.
Middlesex finished in a strong position of 320/3 at the end of day one of their LV= County Championship match with Sussex thanks to a century from skipper Chris Rogers.
Middlesex's Dawid Malan struck 99 as the Panthers chased down 248 to beat Somerset by four wickets at Lord's and go third in Group C of the Yorkshire Bank 40.
Middlesex cruised to 10-wicket victory over Leicestershire at Grace Road thanks to an unbeaten 132 from Paul Stirling in the Yorkshire Bank 40.
Dawid Malan struck a stunning 96 from just 88 balls as Middlesex recorded their first YB40 win of the season against Yorkshire in the debut List A match at Radlett.
Middlesex battled to a draw against fellow title chasers Durham on the final day in Chester-le-Street.
Rain stalled Durham's progress on day three of their LV= County Championship fixture against Middlesex, Michael Stoneman making a half-century as just 18 overs were bowled.
Middlesex's Neil Dexter hit a valuable fifty as the Panthers struggled with the bat on day two of their LV= County Championship match against Durham at Chester-le-Street.
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