1.07pm – The match has been abandoned in a draw. Yorkshire take seven points to Durham’s eight.

12.09pm – There will be a further inspection at 1pm following lunch at 12.30pm here at Scarborough.

11.39am – Unfortunately, we’re the only ground without play across the country, including the Test. Australia are 75-1 replying to 283.

11.07am – The sun continues to shine here at Scarborough. Just a reminder, we will have an inspection at 12pm as the umpires assess the condition of the outfield ahead of day four against

10.34am – They are planning to start on time at 11am down at the Oval for the Test.

10.19am – It is free entry here at Scarborough today, and there are a smattering of spectators who have taken their seats in the hope we will get some play after lunch. Fingers crossed.

9.24am – There will be a further inspection here at Scarborough at 12pm.

8.55am – Good morning from North Marine Road, where the sun is shining ahead of day four. The only hurdle in the way of start on time at 11am would be a wet outfield because there was an awful lot of rain into the early evening yesterday. This ground wasn’t far off flooded.

The umpires have just arrived at the ground and are out in the middle.

Both sides were open to setting up a contrived finish before leaving the ground yesterday afternoon, though we realistically have to start on time and have the full 96 overs available for that to happen.

Durham will resume on 106-1 in reply to Yorkshire’s 340 all out, with Alex Lees unbeaten on 65.

To read Jonny Tattersall’s thoughts ahead of today, you can do so via the link below.


Down at the Oval, Australia will resume on 61-1 in reply to England’s 283, with Harry Brook making 85 yesterday.

We will have a live stream if and when we do get underway at Scarborough.


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