Yorkshire facing a race against time at Durham

Yorkshire facing a race against time against Durham

Yorkshire facing a race against time against Durham

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Yorkshire are still chasing victory in their LV= County Championship match against Durham despite only taking one wicket in the morning session of day four.

Rain and Durham’s ninth-wicket pair of Jamie Harrison and Graham Onions, who shared 45, held the White Rose up before lunch, although the hosts are still likely to follow-on, having reached lunch at 386-9.

Until that target is achieved by Durham - it is 54 away - they are still in danger of losing, having let Yorkshire amass 589-8 declared in their first innings. However, anything other than a draw would be a major shock.

We have had two breaks for rain, meaning a loss of nine overs so far.

Harrison was the only wicket to fall in the session when he was bowled by Kane Williamson for 31, leaving the score at 384-9.

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