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Middlesex have re-signed England batsman Nick Compton following his decision to leave Somerset last month.
Young bowler Harry Podmore has signed a one-year contract extension to his current deal at Middlesex.
County champions Yorkshire begin their title defence against Worcestershire on the opening day of the 2015 season.
Former Zimbabwe captain David Houghton is to replace Mark Ramprakash as Middlesex's new batting coach.
Australia's Chris Rogers was forced to withdraw from a day-night game because he could not see the pink ball on trial.
Middlesex have signed experienced Australia batsman Adam Voges as their overseas player for 2015.
Sam Robson has signed a new deal with Middlesex which will keep the England batsman at the county until the end of 2016.
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