Head Coach Ian Salisbury has named his squad for tomorrow’s Royal London Cup game against the Leicestershire Foxes at The 1st Central County Ground.
The Sharks picked up a fantastic win against Gloucestershire in front of a jubilant crowd at Hove yesterday and will be looking to make it back-to-back wins as they face a Foxes team that have won both their opening games in the competition.
Cheteshwar Pujara (c)
Ollie Robinson has now joined up with the England Lions as they prepare to take on South Africa next week, before he joins up with the England Test squad.
Tom Haines is unavailable for selection after breaking a bone in his hand in a County Championship fixture against Leicestershire.
Jamie Atkins is working through his back to bowling programme as he nears a return to fitness.
Jofra Archer and Jack Carson remain unavailable whilst they continue their individual rehabilitation programmes.
Steven Finn is resting due to suffering some inflammation to the knee.
George Garton is currently away playing for the Southern Brave in The Hundred.
Still need a ticket?
There is still time to buy your tickets online for our game against Leicestershire. You can purchase tickets online up until the start of play.
Those wishing to purchase tickets upon arrival at The 1st Central County Ground are only able to do so via the Eaton Road gate from 9:30am. However, we strongly recommend you buy them online in advance to reduce queue times and to ensure your tickets are protected by our refund policy.
How to watch online
If you can’t make it down to Hove to watch the Sharks in action, you can watch all of the action on our livestream and keep up to date with the scorecard and ball-by-ball updates via our Match Day Centre in real time.
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