Durham have named an unchanged squad for their County Championship fixture against Hampshire at the Riverside.
The hosts beat Sussex away last time out, the first team to achieve that feat in four-day cricket for four years.
Steve Harmison, who took 7-110 in the match at Hove, can expect to once again lead the bowling attack, while Mark Davies and Callum Thorp should continue in the absence of injured duo Graham Onions (heel) and Liam Plunkett (side).
Pothas, Ervine return
Hampshire welcome back Sean Ervine and Nic Pothas for the trip north.
All-rounder Ervine, who has been plagued by hamstring trouble this season, replaces Jimmy Adams in the top order, while wicketkeeper Pothas regains the gloves from Tom Burrows having recovered from the calf injury that kept him out for a month.
Captain Dimitri Mascarenhas and fast bowler Chris Tremlett make their last appearances before joining up with England's one-day squad.
Recent signing Nantie Hayward is not yet match fit and batsman David Balcombe remains sidelined by a side strain.