Worcestershire: Played: 175 Won: 58 Lost: 56 Drawn: 60 Tied: 1 Abandoned: 1

Last meeting: Worcs won by innings and 62 runs at New Road – 3rd-5th May 2015

Somerset 250 (JC Hildreth 41, C Overton 41, CAJ Morris 5-71) & 90 (JD Shantry 4-15, CAJ Morris 4-38)

Worcs 402 (OB Cox 109, J Leach 95, APR Gidman 78, AC Thomas 4-81)

Highest total – Worcestershire: 696-8 dec New Road 2005

Highest total – Somerset: 591-9 dec New Road 2011

Lowest total – Worcestershire: 42 Bath 1965

Lowest total – Somerset: 56 Wells 1935

Highest score – Worcestershire: GA Hick 405* Taunton 1988

Highest score – Somerset: LC Braund 257* New Road 1913

Best innings bowling – Worcs: PF Jackson 9-45 Dudley 1935

Best innings bowling – Somerset: JC White 10-76 New Road 1921

Best match bowling – Worcs: GA Wilson 15-142 Taunton 1905

Best match bowling – Somerset: JC White 16-83 Bath 1919

Most runs – Worcestershire: GA Hick 2522 Ave: 84.07

Most runs – Somerset: PM Roebuck 1739 Ave: 49.69

Most wickets – Worcestershire: RTD Perks 162 Ave: 20.38

Most wickets – Somerset: JC White 218 Ave: 11.42

Best partnerships for Worcestershire:

1st 201 SD Peters A Singh Bath 2003

2nd 264 TS Curtis GA Hick Taunton 1990

3rd 314 MJ Horton TW Graveney New Road 1962

4th 330 BF Smith GA Hick Taunton 2006

5th 218 DKH Mitchell DA Wheeldon Taunton 2009

6th 265 GA Hick SJ Rhodes Taunton 1988

7th 168 OB Cox J Leach New Road 2015

8th 183 DA Leatherdale RK Illingworth Taunton 1994

9th 129 MK Foster GC Wilson New Road 1924

10th 119 WB Burns GA Wilson New Road 1906

Best partnerships for Somerset:

1st 207 ME Trescothick AV Suppiah New Road 2011

2nd 258 PM Roebuck AN Hayhurst New Road 1990

3rd 237 BC Rose MJ Kitchen Taunton 1977

4th 179 J Cox M Burns Bath 2003

5th 182 IT Botham NFM Popplewell/VJ Marks New Road 1983 (Popplewell retired not out on 58)

6th 183 VJ Marks JW Lloyds Weston-s-Mare 1984

7th 278* S Lee RJ Turner Bath 1996

8th 125 BJ Phillips AC Thomas Taunton 2009

9th 129 MD Lyon PA Foy Taunton 1920

10th 96* JJ Bridges RC Robertson-Glasgow Taunton 1924

*Thanks to Worcestershire analyst Phil Mellish for providing the above information.