The high-flying Essex Eagles make one change to their team for tonight's Twenty20 Cup match against Hampshire Hawks at the Rose Bowl.
Varun Chopra comes in for Andy Flower, who is suffering with a back injury. Meanwhile, Andre Adams is still unavailable with a foot problem.
Check out the latest 'Fitness Bulletin' from Physio Mark Thomas on the ECCC website at www.essexcricket.org.uk
The Eagles go into the game on the back of three successive wins in the twenty-over competition. Victory tonight would see the County achieve their most wins in a Twenty20 Cup campaign since its inception in 2003.
Our home match against Kent Spitfires next Friday is already a sell-out but there are still tickets available for Thursday night's clash with Middlesex Crusaders at The Ford County Ground. To see the in-form Eagles in action you can book your tickets on-line at www.essexcricket.org.uk or phone the ticket hot-line on 01245 254010.
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