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Darren Stevens and Simon Cook are set return to the Kent line-up for the visit of Lancashire in the first division of the County Championship.
Former Leicestershire batsman Stevens is likely to replace Neil Dexter in the middle order, while Cook comes in for Yasir Arafat.
The 31-year-old Stevens replaced Dexter for NatWest Pro40 Division Two match against Somerset on Monday and is expected to keep his starting spot.
With Arafat away with the Pakistan squad for the Twenty20 World Championship, Cook will add to Kent's bowling options.
Former Kent spinner Muttiah Muralitharan will make his last appearance for a Lancashire missing three key players.
Mal Loye is still troubled by a back injury, while James Anderson and Andrew Flintoff are away with England's one-day squad.
Muralitharan has taken 49 wickets in seven first-class matches this season; however he is in the Sri Lanka squad for the Twenty20 World Championship.
The match will see Stuart Law look to become the first player from the Red Rose county this season to pass 1,000 runs - with the Brisbane-born batsman just 69 runs short of the target.
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