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6.57pm – Close Yorkshire are 65-2 from 20 overs of the second innings, leading by 71. Hill 33, Wharton 0. Earlier Dom Bess claimed 5-126 in Surrey reply of 515 to a first-innings 521. An interesting final day awaits.

6.51pm WICKET Overton gets nightwatchman Bess lbw, 0. 64-2.

6.48pm WICKET Lyth has gloved Overton behind, 26. 64-1 in the 19th over. Yorkshire lead by 70.

6.33pm Yorkshire are 49-0 in their second innings, leading by 55. We are through 15 of the 20 overs to be bowled tonight. Lyth has 23 and Hill 20.

Hill was dropped on four, but that has been the only scare so far.

Surrey will still feel they have a chance of winning. It would need something remarkable for that to happen tomorrow.

6pm Yorkshire are 21-0 in their second innings. We’re through seven of 20 overs to be bowled tonight. The home lead is 26.

5.25pm WICKET Worrall stumped for 26 off Bess, who finishes with 5-126. Surrey are 515 all out, a deficit of six. Foakes 86. WE have 20 overs remaining in the day.

4.52pm WICKET Two in the over for Bess, who has McKerr caught behind for 0. Surrey 467-9.

4.49pm WICKET Lawes stumped off Bess, 13. Surrey are 467-8 in the 121st over, a deficit of 54. Foakes 64.

4.21pm Foakes reaches his fifty off 107 balls. Surrey are 437-7 in the 114th over. They are 84 runs behind.

4.14pm WICKET Overton caught by Thompson at backward square pulling at Gabriel, 32. Surrey are 432-7 in the 112th over.

4.10pm First results of the week have seen Essex beat Gloucestershire by nine wickets at Chelmsford in Division One and Worcestershire beat Middlesex by seven wickets at Merchant Taylors’ School in Division Two.

4.08pm Bonus points are completed as Surrey reach 413-6 after 110 overs of their first-innings reply to 521. They finish with five batting and six overall to Yorkshire’s two for bowling and seven overall.

Tea Report Surrey have avoided the follow-on after a brief wobble during the early stages of the third afternoon against Yorkshire at Scarborough.

LV= Insurance County Championship leaders Surrey have reached tea at 410-6 in their reply to a first-innings 521.

But they were 303-5 shortly after lunch, including the loss of captain and opener Rory Burns for 132 bowled by West Indian overseas quick Shannon Gabriel.

Will Jacks also played on to Jordan Thompson, and Surrey were still 69 away from avoiding the follow-on.

But England Test wicketkeeper Ben Foakes, not out 46 at tea, and Australian Aaron Hardie, also 46, shared 75 for the sixth wicket to take them to safety.

Foakes was watchful and Hardie belligerent, the latter pulling Steve Patterson for six as Surrey reached the all-important 372-5.

Patterson, however, gained revenge in his next over – the 102nd – when he bowled the all-rounder as he looked for the boundary to take him to 50.

Since then, Surrey have gone beyond 400 for a maximum of five batting points. Yorkshire are going to finish with two bowling points with only one over of the 110 cut off for bonus points remaining.

Foakes will begin the evening with Jamie Overton (15) for company. Both sides will still believe there is life in this fixture.

If that is to be the case, it will be an action-packed final 42 overs of the day to come after tea.

3.43pm – Tea Tea. Surrey have advanced to 410-6 after 109 overs, replying to Yorkshire 521. Three wickets in the afternoon for the hosts, one each for Gabriel, Thompson and Patterson.

3.12pm WICKET Hardie bowled by Patterson trying to hit the boundary which would have brought him a fifty. Surrey 378-6 in the 102nd.

3pm Surrey have avoided the follow-on by reaching 372-5. Hardie has just taken 14 off a Patterson over, the 100th of the innings, including a pulled six. He has 46. Foakes 25.

2.43pm Surrey are 357-5, with Australian all-rounder Hardie swiftly moving to 31. Foakes has 25.

2.10pm WICKET Jacks has played on to Thompson, 7. Surrey are 303-5 replying to 521.

1.55pm WICKET A first Yorkshire wicket for Gabriel, who uproots Burns’ off stump for 132. 284-4 in the 86th over.

It was an absolute beauty too. Burns half-heartedly pushing forwards and is beaten on the outside edge.

1.46pm We are up and running after lunch, with Gabriel taking up the attack with the new ball. Now Thompson, who will bowl the 85th over. Surrey are 283-3. Burns 131 and Foakes 7.

Lunch Report Jordan Thompson and Dom Bess have broken through during the third morning at Scarborough, but Surrey continue to respond strongly to Yorkshire’s first-innings 521.

Surrey have advanced from 191-1 overnight to reach lunch at 283-3.

Their captain Rory Burns, 94 not out at the start of play, reached his second century of the season off 181 balls in the early stages of the day.

He completed a partnership 141 for the second wicket with South African legend Hashim Amla, who was the first wicket of the day to fall for 79 when Thompson had him caught at second slip on the drive.

That left Surrey at 243-2 in the 68th over.

There was further success when the off-spin of Bess did for Jamie Smith, caught behind for 11 with one that went straight on. By that stage, Surrey were 268-3 in the 75th.

The new ball is due and is likely to be taken immediately after lunch, when Burns will resume on 131 and Ben Foakes on five.

1.01pm – Lunch Surrey are 281-3 after 83 overs as they reply to Yorkshire 521. Burns has 131 and Foakes 5. Morning wickets for Thompson and Bess.

12.31pm WICKET Smith caught behind with one that goes straight on from Bess, 11. Excellent bowling. Surrey are 268-3 in the 75th.

12.24pm Surrey have a little bit more then halved the deficit in moving to 262-2. Burns 119 and Smith 11.

12.03pm WICKET Amla caught at second slip by Lyth off Thompson for 79. Surrey are 243-2 in the 68th over, breaking a 141 partnership with Burns, who has 111. Hopefully the first of a few quick ones to open the game up again.

11.19am Amla and Burns have reached their respective personal milestones this morning as Surrey move to 203-1 after 57 overs.

Amla reached his fifty off 96 balls before Burns posted his century off 181 balls.

11.07am Surrey have moved to 197-1 in the early stages of day three, with Burns 97 and Amla 47.

Patterson and Gabriel sharing the bowling duties for Yorkshire.

10.23am Before we get going here at Scarborough, let’s have a look at what is happening elsewhere around the grounds.

Division One

Essex 310 v Gloucestershire 136 and 140-6, Chelmsford
Hampshire 370-9 dec v Warwickshire 217 and 11-0, Ageas Bowl
Kent 287-5 v Northamptonshire 303, Canterbury
Lancashire 164-0 v Somerset 446, Southport

Division Two

Durham 296 v Derbyshire 283 and 19-2, Riverside
Glamorgan 318 and 53-0 v Nottinghamshire 285, Sophia Gardens
Middlesex 188 and 180-6 v Worcestershire 191, Merchant Taylors’ School
Sussex 588-9 v Leicestershire 159-1, Hove

9.29am If you want to recap yesterday’s play, you can read our match report and reaction piece with Ali Maiden via the links below.

Match Report.

Ali Maiden.

Good morning from North Marine Road, where the sun is out ahead of day three.

It is more like the weather we saw on day one here – certainly much brighter than yesterday. I’m not sure we saw the sun until around 5pm yesterday!

Yorkshire begin the day in need of wickets.

Surrey are 191-1 in reply to 521, with Rory Burns unbeaten on 94.

If they can have a good morning session, get Surrey 300-5 or 6, things will start to get interesting.

Surrey will be hoping they can bat strongly today to put some pressure on Yorkshire in the second innings during the final day tomorrow.

We will have the stream available via the Match Centre tab at the top of the page. All set for an 11am start. Enjoy the day.

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