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Nottinghamshire have lost former England all-rounder Mark Ealham to a hamstring injury for the top of the table against Somerset.
In Ealham's absence, the Outlaws have added Will Jefferson, Gareth Clough and Bilal Shafayat to their squad for the crucial showdown against the Division Two leaders.
Lancashire loanee Kyle Hogg and all-rounder Samit Patel are also available as the second-placed side go in search of a fifth win of the season.
The Outlaws have a clear gap over Essex in third, but all-rounder Graeme Swann is adamant the club will not rest on its laurels.
"We are certainly not thinking about simply trying to hold what we have. If you think about third and fourth place, that's where you'll end up yourself come the end of the season," Swann said.
"It's not nice to find ourselves looking up at another side. We were named as pre-season favourites for the title and with a fully fit side I think that's justified.
"If we keep picking up the points and the wins as we did in the first part of the summer, we will go up, and that's always been our target."
Somerset hold a 15.5 point lead over their opponents, ahead of the trip to Trent Bridge.
Justin Langer's side have lost just once all season in this competition and come into the game on the back of a superb 278-run victory at Derbyshire.
Opener Marcus Trescothick will want to secure some silverware with the county, after missing out on a recall to England's Test, one-day and Twenty 20 squads.
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