Live Blog: Lancashire v Kent, Day Four
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4.20pm LANCASHIRE WIN BY 184 RUNS!
Kent 2nd innings 127 all out, Bell-Drummond 62*
Tom Bailey now has career-best match figures after taking his 11th wicket by bowling Navdeep Saini for 0!
Kent 2nd innings 127-9, Bell-Drummond 62* Saini 0*. Minimum of 30 overs remain.
Tom Bailey has a ten-for!
It's the third time Tom has achieved this feat and he did with a yorker to clean-up Nathan Gilchrist for a duck!
Lancashire are nearly there now.
Kent 2nd innings 126-8, Bell-Drummond 62* Gilchrist 0*. Minimum of 32.1 overs remain.
Matt Henry goes on the attack and is stumped by George Lavelle to give Washington Sundar his third wicket!
3.35pm, TEA day 4
Kent 2nd innings 115-7, Bell-Drummond 62*, need a further 197 runs to win from a minimum of 35.4 overs.
Tom Bailey strikes again! Grant Stewart edges behind to George Lavelle and Lancashire need three wickets after tea.
Kent 2nd innings 115-6, Bell-Drummond 62* Stewart 0*, need a further 197 runs to win from a minimum of 37 overs.
Tom Bailey strikes with Ollie Robinson lbw for 21.
Kent 2nd innings 105-5, Bell-Drummond 62* Robinson 14*, need a further 207 runs to win from a minimum of 40 overs.
Daniel Bell-Drummond and Ollie Robinson have mounted a good rearguard effort to keep the Red Rose attack at bay over last thirty minutes.
Washington Sundar and Jack Morley have been bowling in tandem but Steven Croft has brought Tom Bailey back to replace Morley with twenty minutes to go before tea.
It remains dull and cloudy here with the floodlights on.
Kent 2nd innings 74-5, Bell-Drummond 46* Robinson 0*, need a further 240 runs to win from a minimum of 52 overs.
What a cracking delivery!
Washington Sundar has just produced a high class piece of bowling, turning the ball from well outside off that has gripped and turned on to Cox's off stump.
Kent 2nd innings 72-4, Bell-Drummond 46* Cox 0*, need a further 240 runs to win from a minimum of 52 overs.
Jack Leaning isn't happy but he's gone caught behind by George Lavelle off Washington Sundar for 15 and Lancashire have their afternoon breakthrough.
Kent 2nd innings 48-3, Bell-Drummond 29* Leaning 8*, need a further 264 runs to win from a minimum of 60 overs.
Steven Croft turns to spin for the first time with Washington Sundar coming on at the James Anderson End.
Immediately Jack Leaning gets a single from a bat/pad forward push with the ball ballooning up and away from Keaton Jennings at short leg.
Daniel Bell-Drummond has survived a Tom Bailey delivery that shot along the pitch but just missed off stump so Lancashire are having some promising moments this afternoon.
Kent 2nd innings 38-3, Bell-Drummond 27* Leaning 4*, need a further 274 runs to win from a minimum of 65 overs.
Tom Bailey and Will Williams continue with the ball after lunch with the floodlights now remaining on after being required early in the morning session due to the dull, cloudy conditions which still persist.
1.00pm, LUNCH Day 4
Kent 2nd innings 28-3, Bell-Drummond 17* Leaning 4*, need a further 284 runs to win from a minimum of 68 overs.
Lancashire thought they had Jack Leaning out off an edge against Tom Bailey in the penultimate over of the morning but the umpire was unmoved by the appeals.
But that has been an excellent morning for Lancashire who have transformed this match over the last 24 hours.
Kent 2nd innings 25-3, Bell-Drummond 14* Leaning 4*, need a further 287 runs to win from a minimum of 71 overs.
Tom Bailey and Will Williams have produced an impressive opening spell and are causing the batters all sorts of problems.
But no further wicket has gone and we are now just fifteen minutes away from lunch.
Kent 2nd innings 10-3, Bell-Drummond 0* Leaning 0*, need a further 302 runs to win from a minimum of 76.2 overs.
Will Williams strikes again with the big wicket of Joe Denly lbw for 0. Game on!
Kent 2nd innings 6-2, Bell-Drummond 0* Denly 0*, need a further 306 runs to win from a minimum of 78.2 overs.
A seaming Will Williams delivery is too good for Ben Compton who edges behind to Lavelle. This is a brilliant start by Lancs.
Kent 2nd innings 6-1, Compton 2* Bell-Drummond 0* need a further 306 runs to win from a minimum of 80 overs.
What a start from Tom Bailey who produces a rising delivery that Zak Crawley tries to drop his hands against but too late as he nicks the ball to George Lavelle behind the stumps and departs for four.
Lancashire 2nd innings 436-9 dec, Jones 65* Morley 2*.
The declaration is made and Kent have been set a target of 312 runs to win from a minimum of 82 overs.
Will Williams was the last wicket to fall after he skied a catch off Matt Henry to wicketkeeper Robinson for 2.
Lancashire 2nd innings 427-8 lead by 302 runs, Jones 61* Williams 0*.
Tom Bailey skies a catch that bowler Matt Henry gets underneath
Lancashire 2nd innings 420-7 lead by 295 runs, Jones 60* Bailey 1*.
Luke Wood slices a drive off Matt Henry that is caught at deep cover point by Nathan Gilchrist with the batter departing for 8.
Lancashire have pushed lead up towards 300 now.
Lancashire 2nd innings 411-6 lead by 286 runs, Jones 60* Wood 0*.
A great little knock from George Lavelle comes to an end after he gloves a pull to wicketkeeper Robinson off Nathan Gilchrist after making a run-a-ball 30.
Lancashire 2nd innings 410-5 lead by 285 runs, Jones 59* Wood 0*.Rob Jones and George Lavelle are getting on with it taking 11 off the last over from Nathan Gilchrist and they have added 33 runs this morning.
Lancashire 2nd innings 380-5 lead by 255 runs, Jones 53* Lavelle 6*.
Matt Henry is punching the air after George Lavelle plays at a ball going down the leg side with wicketkeeper Ollie Robinson pouching the ball - but the umpire is umoved!
A distinctly unimpressed Henry then fires down a bouncer next ball....
Good morning from an overcast Emirates Old Trafford ahead of the final day of our game with Kent.
Lancashire start the day 252 runs ahead with Rob Jones on 53 and George Lavelle 3 not out, with the main question being what target will Steven Croft set Kent later?
So it promises to be an interesting and entertaining start to the day as Lancashire chase quick runs and Kent do their best to slow the scoring and take wickets.
We will see at 11 o'clock.
Although it is a bit dull I don't think there will be any problem starting on time.