Nottinghamshire Outlaws batsman Alex Hales says it'll be an honour to make his Lord's debut in the YB40 final against Glamorgan at the Home of Cricket next week.
Notts Outlaws captain Chris Read says making the YB40 Final at Lord's is a dream come true for his side, as they aim for a first one-day trophy since 1989.
Nottinghamshire set up a YB40 Final showdown against Glamorgan at Lord's on Saturday 21 September after hammering Somerset by eight wickets at Trent Bridge.
Glamorgan set up a YB40 final date at Lord's with either Nottinghamshire or Somerset after Jim Allenby inspired them to victory over holders Hampshire at the Ageas Bowl.
Lord's will host the second Test of the England v India Investec Test series in 2014, as well the first Test of the summer and ODI against Sri Lanka.
Middlesex and Somerset enter their LV= County Championship clash at Lord's, starting on Wednesday 27 August, with the result holding significance at both ends of the table.
Hampshire Royals or Glamorgan will meet Nottinghamshire Outlaws or Somerset in the Yorkshire Bank 40 Final at Lord's on Saturday 21 September, after ECB revealed the schedule for the semi-finals of the competition.
Rockhampton from Gloucestershire and Cleator of Cumbria will contest the Davidstow Village Cup Final at Lord's on Sunday 8 September.
Middlesex face another must-win Yorkshire Bank 40 competition fixture against Gloucestershire at Lord's on Thursday, as they fight to keep their semi-final hopes alive.
Middlesex play a must-win YB40 fixture against Unicorns at Lord's on Sunday 11 August, with all under 16s admitted to the Ground for free.
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