It's been another day for the batters across the County Championship - with the glaring exception coming, of course, at Chelmsford, where 14 wickets fell to almost match the 16 on day one.
All 14 went to spinners - Simon Harmer completed a mesmerising 8-46 for Essex but then Hampshire fought back with 7-68 from Liam Dawson to leave the exciting Division One clash still in the balance.
Sam Curran's maiden century (126) and Will Jacks (103) helped Surrey to continue to pile on the runs as trhe Division One leaders declared on 673-7 against Kent, who have since fought back on 147-2.
Wickets were also few and far between as Northants and Warwickshire battled out a rain-affected second day while Keaton Jennings' 94 has given Lancashire hope of a first-innings lead against Gloucestershire.
In Division Two, Lyndon James' career-best 155 put leaders Nottinghamshire well in charge against Middlesex, as did centuries for Derbyshire duo Wayne Madsen and Anuj Dal against Sussex.
The second-tier bowling highlight was former Worcestershire skipper Joe Leach's career-best 6-44 to put Worcestershire in the box seat against Glamorgan.
But there's still all to play for in every game - so join us again tomorrow to see what day three has in store.
Thank you and Goodnight.