Andrew Gale, Yorkshire’s coach.
“It’s pretty evident where we lost the game. We got off to a fantastic start there, 80 without loss. Then we lost two wickets to put us on the back foot. We just didn’t do the basics well from there.
“We knew that Jeetan’s a big player for them, and we spoke about him before the game and how we wanted to play him.
“We didn’t have to take him down. We could have just milked him at four or five an over and saw him off.
“Unfortunately, we got it wrong and didn’t do the basics well.
“We knew we’d have to bowl out of our skin given we were 50 or 60 below par on that pitch.
“It’s nothing new, we’ve seen Jeetan do it here for many years.
“I thought the shot selection against him was very poor. He bowled well.
“It’s disappointing not to back up Friday night (at Durham) because we played some exceptional cricket. But it’s one game. We’ll pick ourselves up and go again on Wednesday.”
6.02pm Warwickshire have won by five wickets with 4.2 overs remaining. Hain unbeaten century and Patel’s four wickets the difference, unfortunately.
Hain reaches a fine century off 107 balls with 12 fours, his second in two games. 238-5.
WarwickshireCCC</a> need 10 with best part of six overs left <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/YourYorkshire?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#YourYorkshire</a></p>— Yorkshire CCC (YorkshireCCC) May 20, 2018
5.40pm Hose has gone, caught by Adil Rashid running round from mid-on off Ben Coad for 44. End of a 97-run stand with Hain (96). 231-4 in the 41st #YourYorkshire
5.12pm Adam Hose has joined Sam Hain at the crease, and the partnership is 44 already. They have taken the sting out of things after those two quick wickets. Warwickshire are 174-3, needing 70 in the final 15.5 overs.
4.43pm Ian Bell edges James Wainman to Tom Kohler-Cadmore at first slip, 5. Warwickshire 134-3 now. Two wickets in as many Wainman overs.
4.35pm The wicket comes courtesy of a run out as Trott, coming back for two, is short of his ground following a great throw from Tim Bresnan at deep cover, with Wainman relaying throw from bowlers end to striker’s end, running Trott out. 130-2 after 25.
4.11pm Yorkshire need a wicket. Warwickshire have advanced to 104-1 after 19 overs and are doing it without too much fuss at the moment. Hain has 40 and Trott 36.
3.48pm Warwickshire have moved to 62-1 in the 13th over in their pursuit of 248. Adil Rashid and Steve Patterson are in tandem.
3.23pm Breakthrough. Ben Coad bowls Pollock for 26. Warwickshire are 39-1
Trott edges Coad to Kohler-Cadmore at slip, but the umpires say it bounced. 28-0 after four.
— Graham Hardcastle (@tykestravels) May 20, 2018
3.12pm Warwickshire have started their pursuit of 248 confidently. Ed Pollock, their left-handed opener – a dasher, hit Bresnan for a straight six and four in the first over, and the Bears are now 25-0 in the fourth. Work to do for the Vikings.
… and here it is –
JCWainman</a> ramping Thomason for six.<a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/YourYorkshire?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#YourYorkshire</a> <a href="https://t.co/EGdswIbM9l">pic.twitter.com/EGdswIbM9l</a></p>— Yorkshire CCC (YorkshireCCC) May 20, 2018
India overseas batsman Che Pujara top-scored with 73 as Yorkshire posted 247-9 during the first half of their Royal London one-day Cup clash with Warwickshire at Emerald Headingley.
Pujara hit 82 in Friday’s win over Durham and backed it up with seven fours in his 96-ball knock after Steve Patterson had elected to bat.
Unfortunately, the Vikings will be mighty frustrated at not making the most of a racing start at 80-0 inside 13 overs as Tom Kohler-Cadmore and Adam Lyth hit 39 and 38 respectively.
They slipped to 149-6 in the 30th over, with Bears captain and talismanic overseas spinner Jeetan Patel claiming an excellent 4-33 from 10 overs and affecting a late run out.
Wicketkeeper Tim Ambrose finished with five catches.
2pm Che Pujara has fallen caught behind off Stone for 73. Fifth catch for Tim Ambrose behind the stumps. 224-8
1.45pm Warwickshire break the Pujara and Bresnan partnership as the latter is caught behind trying to attack left-arm seamer Keith Barker. Goes for 25. Yorkshire 204-7 in the 43rd.
1.26pm Che Pujara posts his fifty off 70 balls with six fours. He is leading the rebuild. 178-6 in the 39th.
Decent skills from Durham’s James Weighell at Old Trafford
?? Don’t take on
JamesWeighell</a>'s left peg ??<a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/ForTheNorth?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#ForTheNorth</a> <a href="https://t.co/nq5xNd8HEL">pic.twitter.com/nq5xNd8HEL</a></p>— Durham CCC ???? (DurhamCricket) May 20, 2018
1.19pm Yorkshire move to 167-6 after 36 overs, with Patel finishing with a superb 4-33 from his 10.
12.57pm Yorkshire lose another as Andrew Hodd is bowled by Patel. 149-6.
12.50pm Patel gets his second, Adil Rashid caught behind cutting. Yorkshire now 139-5
12.42pm Leaning gone, drawn forward by Patel and edges behind. Could have been stumped as well, but got a feather. 133-4 after 26.
Get em started early
All the excitement is too much for some
YorkshireCCC</a> <a href="https://t.co/PcnnqVRmu8">pic.twitter.com/PcnnqVRmu8</a></p>— Frances Lawley (FrancesELawley) May 20, 2018
12.23pm Third wicket for the Bears…..Harry Brook has been caught behind trying to cut a ball that was too close to him from Olly Stone. Gone for 17. Yorkshire are 112-3 in the 21st over.
12.15pm As you would expect after losing two quick wickets, it has been a much calmer last 20 minutes, with Harry Brook and Che Pujara now at the crease. 104-2 in the 19th over.
11.55am Aaron Thomason’s bustling seamers do for Tom Kohler-Cadmore as he slices a catch to deep gully to fall for 39. He shared 80 inside 13 overs for the first wicket with Adam Lyth, the same they put on at Durham the other night. And another quickly. Jeetan Patel traps Lyth lbw for 38 in the next. 85-2.
11.30am Yorkshire now 47-0 after eight. Lyth has 30 of them, including a six over square-leg off Stone in the over just finished.
11.22am Lyth on the march with three fours in the over off Stone, drive, edge wide of slip and a pull through mid-wicket. He has 23 of 33-0 after six. Henry Brookes on now. Young seamer who has started the Championship season like a house on fire. Should be interesting to watch him.
11.14am Yorkshire 16-0 after four overs as Vinny the Viking cheers on from the boundary edge. Good carry in this track and a fast outfield. Could be another 300 plus total in the offing.
10.58am We’re all set for the off, with Barker bowling to Lyth.
View from the skipper
— Yorkshire CCC (@YorkshireCCC) May 20, 2018
10.43am YorkshireCCC: Lyth, Kohler-Cadmore, Pujara, Brook, Leaning, Hodd w, Rashid, Bresnan, Wainman, Patterson c, Coad
WarwickshireCCC: Pollock, Trott, Hain, Bell, Hose, Ambrose w, Thomason, Barker, Patel c, Stone, Brookes
10.34am Yorkshire have won the toss and will bat first at Emerald Headingley. Two from two for captain Steve Patterson.
WATCH: Highlights from the the Vikings’ emphatic win over Durham at Emirates Riverside on Friday.#YourYorkshire
— Yorkshire CCC (@YorkshireCCC) May 20, 2018
Good morning from a sunny Emerald Headingley, where Yorkshire are looking to make it back-to-back wins at the start of their Royal London one-day Cup campaign.
Warwickshire are the visitors for a clash which starts at 11am.
While the Vikings beat Durham at Emirates Riverside on Friday evening by 142 runs, the Bears lost their opener against Derbyshire at Edgbaston on Thursday, by 57 runs chasing 358.
The players are out there warming up as I type.
There are five other matches around the country today, including Lancashire v Durham and Nottinghamshire v Northamptonshire in the North.