Lancashire to play friendly at Yorkshire
The Clubs will go head-to-head in a friendly at Headingley Friday 24 & Saturday 25 July
Lancashire Cricket can confirm the scheduling of a two-day friendly against Yorkshire at Emerald Headingley on Friday 24 and Saturday 25 July.
The match, to be played with a red ball, will be behind-closed-doors with a multi-camera stream available to view for Members of both Clubs.
Lancashire’s players, who have remained off furlough throughout the coronavirus pandemic, returned to training recently at Chester Boughton Hall CC.
Paul Allott, Lancashire Director of Cricket, said: “Preparations are starting to ramp up ahead of a county cricket season starting potentially as early as 1 August and this friendly will be a more than worthwhile exercise for our squad.
“We would like to thank Yorkshire for their co-operation and for hosting the fixture at Emerald Headingley, whilst Emirates Old Trafford plays host to England and the West Indies in a behind-closed-doors Test series.”