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Capital's been speaking to some of the Notts Outlaws during their last training session before the t20 quarter final against Hampshire tomorrow.
Director of cricket Mick Newell told Capital the nets session earlier would decide whether Darren Pattinson would be fit for the game after pulling up with a groin strain on Sunday against Scotland. Mansfield lad Jake Ball could be brought in if Pattinson isn't back.
Newell hopes they break the crowd records for the t20 at Trent Bridge on Wednesday:
'It's a great atmosphere at t20 and we've got lots support, lots of noise hopefully all supporting us.
'I think hopefully Wednesday night we'll break the records that we've had up towards ten to twelve thousand people, it's always great when they're supporting us.'
Spray Tan for Voges
Notts t20 Captain Adam Voges says he might look a more bronzed for the match tomorrow after a bet with teammate Andy Carter:
'I did actually promise him [Carter] that if he took a certain amount of wickets during the tournament then I'd get a spray tan with him, so I may be a little less pale tomorrow, we'll see.'
Taylor on Banter
The lads are all raring to go and can't wait to get out there, according to James Taylor. He told us the team has confidence after beating Hampshire twice and reckons you'll see a bit of banter on Twitter:
'The support that comes in is always nice, the more the merrier.
'There's always a bit of banter flying around on and off the field with the opposition, and there's always plenty of banter in the changing rooms as you'll see a lot of it on Twitter to be fair.'