Notts Outlaws are bidding for a double over Derbyshire when the local rivals return to Trent Bridge on Thursday 17 September.
How to follow the action
We hope you'll agree that our live stream – available at trentbridge.co.uk/live – has got you covered for the 2020 campaign.
You'll be able to enjoy the exploits of the Green and Golds with our multi-camera ball-tracking setup, while action replays, in-game statistics and live reaction will take you to the heart of the action.
Plus expect expert analysis from inside the Notts dressing room.
Take a look at what to expect here...
Nottinghamshire have named a 13-man party for the clash.
Hours of Play
Play is due to begin at 6pm, with our live stream capturing the build-up from 5.30pm.
An hour and a quarter is allocated for the first innings, followed by a 15-minute break.
The run-chase is set to start at 7.30pm, with the game scheduled to conclude by 8.45pm.
There is a provision for an additional 30 minutes to make up for any time lost.
Riki Wessels and Brendan Taylor compiled a blistering Outlaws record which stands to this day when these sides met at Trent Bridge in 2017.
The duo put on 153 for the third wicket as the Green and Golds amassed 227-3 – the highest 20-over score ever made by a Notts T20 side.
In doing so, Wessels became Notts’ first-ever T20 centurion, smashing 110 runs from 54 deliveries and breaching the ropes on 18 occasions.
In reply, the Falcons fell agonisingly short of overhauling their daunting target, with Wayne Madsen’s unbeaten 86 and Billy Godleman’s 43 the key contributions.
Needing a maximum from the final delivery, Madsen could only manufacture a single off Jake Ball as the Outlaws secured their first win in what was to prove a memorable Blast campaign.