Warwickshire take part in one of the centrepieces of the county cricket season tomorrow - the T20 Blast finals day.
They are competing for the first time this year as the Birmingham Bears and it will be the first finals day for batsman Laurie Evans.
This year it all takes place at Edgbaston and the Bears will be looking to make the most of home advantage.
Nottinghamshire bowler Stuart Broad has been training with his England colleagues with a splint on his broken nose ahead of the fifth Test against India at the Oval.
The 28-year-old suffered the injury after top-edging a Varun Aaron bouncer during England's victory at Old Trafford last week. He has said he may need to play in a protective face mask.
Broad missed practice yesterday but returned today. He appeared to be bowling at full pace without any discomfort.
Last week's Test match between England and India at Trent Bridge injected £8-£10m into the Nottingham economy.
That's according to the city's chamber of commerce, which says that international cricket hosted by the city since last year has brought £35m into the city.
The first Test between England and India begins at Trent Bridge today.
It is the first time India have played a five match Test series in this country since 1959.
After a cricketer was saved by other players when he suffered a heart attack on the pitch in Nottinghamshire, this demonstration from the East Midlands Ambulance service shows exactly how to do the same.
Ian Wakefield was batting for Rolleston CC when he collapsed, before three opponents used CPR until an ambulance arrived.
Watch the video above to see how to perform CPR.
Cricketer Ian Wakefield has been reunited with three members of an opposing team who kept him alive after he had a heart attack on the pitch.
Ian was batting for Rolleston CC when he collapsed. Three members of the opposition from Sawley and Long Eaton Park used CPR to keep him alive until an ambulance arrived.
Paramedics say the men saved his life.
The Indian cricket team are training at Grace Road this afternoon, ahead of their three-day match against Leicestershire which starts tomorrow.
It is their first England tour since 2011.
A cricket team in Birmingham could have equalled a world record after they bowled out their opponents for just 3 runs.
Pioneers A, who play in the Birmingham Cricket League, thought they were in for a tough afternoon at Perry Hall playing fields near Perry Barr, when they finished their 40-over innings on 173 for 8.
But they managed to concede just 3 runs, as they removed all Pak Pakhtoon's batsmen in 13 overs, taking just 40 minutes.
Khalid Sadiq took 7 of the wickets in his 7-over spell, getting hit for 2 of the three runs - all despite nursing a calf injury. His strike partner, Mazar Ali, took 3 wickets in 6 overs.
Pioneers batsman Imran Majid said:
When we rang the league, they didn’t believe us. We had to take the scorecard round to the chairman.
Other low cricket scores:
- Cheshire League side, Hasling, bowled out Wirral for 3 runs, which was believed to be a world record. But questions have been raised over how competitive that match was.
- The previous Birmingham League record was set six years ago, and Friends XI bowled out Unique Stars for 9 runs.
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International cricket is back in Birmingham, with the deciding fixture in the one-day series between England and Sri Lanka at Edgbaston.
Both countries have won two games each, so the winner of today's game will win the series.