Charlie Shreck is confident theNottinghamshire batsmen will produce the goods to lead the Outlaws to victoryin the vital Friends Provident Trophy clash with Durham.

Friends Provident Trophy North Conference
June 10: Durham Dynamos v Notts Outlaws
Start time: 10.45am

The top two in the North Conference come upagainst each other knowing that the winner will secure a place in thesemi-finals of the competition.

And Shreck believes his team-mates willagain post a winning total on their visit to the Riverside, saying: "I thinkthe batting in the one-day team has been going very well.

"They've been scoring lots of runs and at agood pace, which is important. That's helped myself and the rest of thebowlers, as we've had room to attack early on.

"And the experience in one-day cricket ofMark Ealham and Graeme Swann means that you can rely on them to keep thingstight and build the pressure up.

"I haven't looked at how Durham have beendoing too closely, but clearly they must have been producing some good cricketto get to the top of the table.

"But we are full of confidence ourselvesand I'm sure the boys will be more than ready for the game."

Shreck will be up against former Nottsplayer Will Smith, who recently scored his first-ever century in one-day cricket,but doesn't believe there will be any special plans in place.

He added: "I don't think we'll be treatingany of their batsmen in a different way. For me it's just a case of keeping iton off-stump and trying to get some early wickets.

"Our bowling coach Phil DeFreitas has beentalking to me about varying my length to make scoring runs more difficult. Itworked quite well against Derbyshire - and not so much against Leicestershire,as the pitch was a bit slow.

"But the key is to try and keep thingstight and build the pressure on the batsman by stopping him scoring, and thewickets tend to follow."

Shafayat, Fleming (capt), Wagh, Hussey,Patel, Read (wkt), Ealham, Swann, Clough, Harris, Shreck, Franks, Ferley.