Yorkshire Vikings will take on Sussex Sharks in the quarter-final of the Vitality Blast at Riverside Durham on Tuesday 24 August.

The Vikings qualified in second place earning themselves a home quarter-final. Unfortunately the fixture cannot be played at Emerald Headingley with the ground being used for the England versus India Test Match from the 25 August and is therefore in lockdown. The Club have explored a number of other options but sadly the requirements for Sky Sports and floodlights ruled out both Scarborough and York. It has therefore been decided to play the game at Riverside Durham.

More information on tickets will be available in the next few days.

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