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Daniel Bell-Drummond's determined 71 ensured Kent and Glamorgan remained in the balance with two days to go at Canterbury.
Craig Overton claimed three wickets as Somerset put Northamptonshire under pressure on day two at Taunton. The visitors battled to 135 for 4 to trail by 179 runs at the end of a rain-curtailed day.
A small but determined band of spectators was rewarded in the end with a tiny bit of cricket after six and half hours of drizzle but for Rikki Clarke, without a Championship century since 2012, the wait continues.
Only 25 overs were possible on the second day, due to a combination of rain and bad light, but Surrey made the best of the limited window of opportunity
ESPNcricinfo previews the fourth ODI between England and India at Edgbaston