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County Championship Division 1
St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury
Former Pakistan all-rounder Azhar Mahmood will make his Kent debut in the LV County Championship Division One clash against Nottinghamshire at Canterbury.
Mahmood completed his move from Surrey during the winter and is included in director of cricket Graham Ford's starting XI.
The 33-year-old, who qualifies as a non-overseas player due to his British wife, will line-up alongside current Pakistan seamer Yasir Arafat - the county's overseas player.
Rob Key leads a familiar looking side following a winter that saw few personnel changes at the County Ground.
Adam Voges and Darren Pattinson make their LV County Championship debuts in Nottinghamshire's first match since regaining promotion to Division One.
Overseas player Voges has played a single one-day international for Australia and paceman Pattinson, though a Pura Cup player for Victoria, is British-qualified as he was born in Grimsby.
Notts wicketkeeper Chris Read will lead his side out after taking over the captaincy from the departed Stephen Fleming.
Read has the services of England all-rounder Graeme Swann at his disposal, but Notts' attack is depleted with the absence of centrally-contracted fast bowlers Ryan Sidebottom and Stuart Broad - both unavailable until next week's friendly with Oxford UCCE.
Charlie Shreck will open the bowling with Pattinson, as Paul Franks and Mark Ealham provide added bowling depth.
Matt Wood has been preferred to Bilal Shafayat and will hope to see off the new ball with Will Jefferson.
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