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County Championship Division 1
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Nottinghamshire have confirmed that Stuart Broad will face Durham in their crucial LV County Championship Division One clash at Trent Bridge on Wednesday.
Broad has been omitted from England's starting XI for the third Test against South Africa - Notts' decision to include the 22-year-old seemingly at odds with the belief at an international level that he needs rest.
Andre Adams will start the game in Broad's place as he must stay at Edgbaston as cover until the start of play.
Nottinghamshire director of cricket Mick Newell said he was looking forward to having the seamer back.
"Stuart will definitely play for us provided England don't suffer any injuries and we've nominated Andre as cover until he arrives," he said.
"Stuart's future in the England team is beyond doubt and it won't do him any harm to have some time with us.
"He has become a big player for England but they have chosen to include who they consider to be their four best bowlers at this moment in time.
"It will make for an interesting domestic fixture with some quality bowlers on show."
Broad will therefore link up with team-mate Darren Pattinson - himself left out of the England squad after his controversial selection for the second Test.
Indeed, the first versus third clash should feature another England cast-off, with Steve Harmison expected play for the visitors.
The 29-year-old paceman's form for Durham so far this season was rewarded with a squad recall after a seven-Test absence.
But he was also overlooked when England's XI to face the Proteas was announced on Tuesday.
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