Worcestershire Seconds will be looking to end their T20 campaign on a positive note when they take on Yorkshire Seconds in a double header at Marske Cricket Club tomorrow (Monday).
The Seconds finished third in their T20 Group last summer and narrowly missed out on a place at finals day.
But they are still seeking their first win in this season's competition after enduring the double wash-out of last week's games with Unicorns at Kidderminster.
George Rhodes will return to captain the side after his recent spell of white ball cricket for the senior team.
The all-rounder has had his first taste of action in the Royal London One-Day Cup and NatWest T20 Blast, playing three successive games.
Will Fraine will make his first appearance of the season for the Seconds against his native Yorkshire.
The right hand batsman from Huddersfield, who was 20 last Monday, has been studying at Durham University.