Have we met before? Yorkshire v Durham - A recent history at Headingley ...

Yorkshire take on Durham at Headingley on Tuesday as the race for the County Championship Division One title hots up.

Monday, 5th September 2016, 1:29 pm
Updated Monday, 5th September 2016, 2:56 pm
Keaton Jennings, left, and Mark Stoneman add runs for Durham against Yorkshire when the two sides met at Chester-le-Street earlier this season. Picture: Frank Reid.

The home side go into the match just four points behind leaders Middlesex as they chase a third consecutive County Championship title. Jason Gillespie’s men were frustrated in their previous outing as they drew away at Hampshire in a rain affected match. Here we look at three previous meetings at Headingley, with both teams having a balanced record, winning one each and drawing the other.


* White Rose batsman, Alex Lees goes into the game needing 84 more runs to reach 1000 runs for the season while bowler Jack Brooks needs 5 more wickets to to take his total to 50 wickets.

* Yorkshire must be wary of the threat posed by Durham batsmen Keyton Jennings who currently sits top of the batting totals with 1262 runs.

* Former South African batsman Dale Benkenstein is the only Durham batsman to score a century at Headingley in the last five years.