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6pm – Match Drawn. Yorkshire take 13 points to Gloucestershire’s 12. They finish on 405-6 having been chasing 498. Two draws on the bounce for Yorkshire. Next up Middlesex at Lord’s on Friday.

5.58pm – Van Buuren reaches his fifty off 72 balls. They are 405-6.

5.54pmWe’re into the final stages of this match now. Yorkshire still need four wickets, but Gloucestershire have held firm. 394-6.

5.26pm – Ten overs remaining – four wickets needed for victory. Gloucestershire 356-6. Charlesworth has 30 and van Buuren 15.

5.09pm – Into the final hour now. Gloucestershire 346-6 in the 99th over. Van Buuren and Charlesworth resisting. 

4.49pm – There’s a minimum of 18 overs remaining in the match. Yorkshire still need four wickets, with Gloucestershire 322-6 after 93. Captain van Buuren and Charlesworth at the crease.

4.25pm – WICKET! Bracey caught behind off Coad the ball after reaching a fine century. It’s 314-6 now with a little under 26 overs remaining. Four more to go!

4.01pm – The final session is underway, with Coad and Fisher on the hunt for wickets. Gloucestershire 293-5 from 82 overs. A minimum of 31 remain in the match. The hosts are chasing 498.

3.39pm – WICKET! New ball taken by Yorkshire, Coad with it, and he’s struck with the second ball of the 81st over. Price caught behind for an excellent 147. That will be tea. 293-5. Just under 32 overs remaining.

Glo Tea d4

3.27pm – There’s a bit more rain in the air as we approach tea. Gloucestershire 279-4 after 76 overs. A little under 36 (minimum of) remain in the day. Price 136, Bracey 89.

3.09pm – Gloucestershire have moved to 248-4 in the 71st over. The new ball is less than 10 overs away.

2.42pm – Just a five-minute stoppage. Play about to resume. Two more overs lost, so a little under 48 remaining.

2.37pm – Rain. We’re off with the score at 224-4 in the 65th over.

2.34pm – Price reaches his century off 175 balls with 16x4s. Well played. 220-4 in the 64th over. There will be a minimum of 50 remaining in the day after this over. 498 target for the hosts.

2.20pm – Milnes is into the attack for the first time today. Gloucestershire 204-4 after 60 overs. We have just under 54 overs remaining in the day. Price 94 and Bracey 57.

1.59pm – Bracey reaches his fifty off 99 balls with 8x4s. Gloucestershire are 193-4, and he and Price have shared an unbroken 99.

1.57pm – Price has just hit Fisher for three fours in a row, all leg-side, to move to 87 out of 189-4 from 55 overs. Plenty of time to go, but Yorkshire could do with a wicket pretty soon.

1.44pm – We’re up and running after lunch. Gloucestershire are 168-4 with 63 overs remaining.

1.02pm – Lunch – Gloucestershire have the better of that shortened morning session, going through it unbroken from 97-4 to 166-4. Price and Bracey have shared 72 unbroken, going in on 75 and 38 respectively. We have a minimum of 63 overs remaining in the day.

Glolunch 4

12.42pm – Yorkshire still searching for the morning breakthrough. Gloucestershire 148-4, with Price and Bracey – 63 and 32 – doing the ideal job for their side.

12.29pm – Price offers a chance to Tattersall behind the stumps on 54 off Moriarty – extra turn and bounce. 138-4 now.

12.17pmPrice reaches his fifty off 104 balls with 7x4s. Gloucestershire 126-4 in the 40 overs. They’re facing a 498 target.

12.01pm – Root into the attack in place of Moriarty as Gloucestershire dig in. They’ve moved to 113-4 from 35 overs, scoring 16 runs in nine overs.

11.54am – Gloucestershire 104-4 after 33 overs, seven bowled this morning.

11.34am – Just one over for Lyth. Coad into the attack. Gloucestershire 98-4.

11.31am – Lyth and Moriarty have started the day with the ball. Gloucestershire 98-4, needing 400 more to win.

11.26am – Looks like we will be getting going after all. The rain has passed through.

11.20am – Ah, the covers are coming back on as the rain returns.  Hopefully just a passing shower.

10.47am – We have good news. Play will start at 11.30am here in Bristol. Eight overs lost from the day’s allotted 96.

10.26am – There has been no word yet on a start time. Most of the covers are off, and the sun is out. There is a strong wind blowing across the ground as well.

9.39am – The ground staff are mopping up as we speak. It’s not raining at present.

9.12am – Umpires Peter Hartley and Hassan Adnan, plus match referee Peter Such, are out in the middle having a chat to the ground staff.

9.10am – Good morning from Bristol, where there has been a decent amount of overnight rain ahead of day four of our Vitality County Championship clash with Gloucestershire.

The covers are on, and there are a few small puddles on the outfield. But the good news is that it’s not raining at present, and there are pockets of blue sky visible.

It would be a major surprise if we manage to get a full day’s play in today, but hopefully we’ll get enough to claim the six wickets needed for victory and 21 points.

Yorkshire have dominated this clash for the majority of it, only struggling when they were reduced to 90-5 during the first morning. Since then, contributors with bat and ball have been plentiful, not least yesterday when Adam Lyth hit a century to help set up a declaration. Messrs Bean, Root, Brook and Hill all added fifties before Coad, Milnes, Moriarty and Fisher all struck with the ball.

You can recap yesterday’s action via our match report and reaction piece with Lyth via the links below, while the scorecard and live stream are available at the top of the page.

Match Report 

Adam Lyth 

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