day three live score and latest updates

day three live score and latest updates

Here are Scyld Berry’s views on where the two teams stand after two days:

Provided Essex do not lose 20 wickets in the next two days, they will become county champions for the eighth time – an admirable feat considering they did not win their first championship until 1979 – while Somerset will retain their title of perennial bridesmaids.
Somerset were fortunate to squeeze 44.5 overs into day two of their must-win match while most of the country was washed out, and their own specially prepared turning pitch is working in their favour. But Sir Alastair Cook is not.
Without the stimulus of international cricket, Cook has not had a vintage season but is Essex’s leading run-scorer – 835 so far at 43 – and he can still sense a challenge when he sees one; and there it was after Somerset had briskly cobbled together a working total of 203.

You can read his full report by clicking here.  

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