Dates: 24-27 September Start time: 1030 BST each day
Coverage: Live text commentary on the County Championship title run-in on BBC Sport website and mobiles; live scorecards on each game on BBC Sport website, mobiles and Ceefax; coverage on BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC local radio
The final round of County Championship matches begins on Wednesday - with four teams in contention for the title.
Nottinghamshire are in pole position - but they can still be caught by Somerset, Durham or Hampshire.
At the bottom, Lancashire, Kent, Sussex and Yorkshire are all battling to avoid joining relegated Surrey - who are not in action and will finish bottom.
Division Two is all decided, with Warwickshire and Worcestershire having already guaranteed promotion.
The Bears need just four bonus points at home to Glamorgan to make sure of the Second Division title.
However, the Division One permutations are much less straightforward.
DIVISION ONE FIXTURES
Kent v Durham (Canterbury)
Notts v Hampshire (Trent Bridge)
Somerset v Lancashire (Taunton)
Sussex v Yorkshire (Hove)
Nottinghamshire's destiny is in their own hands. They hold an eight-point lead over Somerset, their nearest rivals - so a victory for Notts over Hampshire at Trent Bridge will guarantee them the title, no matter how many bonus points they take.
However, if Notts fail to win, that could let in Somerset, who host Lancashire at Taunton, or third-placed Durham, who trail Somerset by two points and face Kent at Canterbury.
Having battled against relegation for much of the season, Hampshire still have a mathematical chance of the title going into the final game - despite trailing Durham by eight points and Notts by 18.
However, it would take the unlikely scenario of Hampshire beating Notts while taking maximum bonus points - while Notts take fewer than four bonus points - and Somerset and Durham failing to win, or taking enough bonus points to overtake Hampshire.
At the bottom, Yorkshire are four points adrift of Sussex and Kent, who are themselves one point behind Lancashire.
Most attention will likely be focused on Sussex's game with Yorkshire at Hove, with both teams in danger of the drop. A win for either side will guarantee their safety, and leave the loser relying on other results to go their way to stay up.
Meanwhile, Lancashire and Kent could both guarantee their safety with victories over Somerset and Durham respectively in games which affect both ends of the table.
But a high-scoring draw between Sussex and Yorkshire could see both sides stay up if Lancashire or Kent slip up.
All four relegation contenders - and all four title contenders - will be keenly monitoring the other games, but you can follow all the twists and turns at both ends of the table on the BBC Sport website, where we will have live text commentary throughout each day, in addition to live scorecards on each game.
There will also be coverage of all games on BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC local radio.
LV County Championship - Division One Table
Points available: Win (14), Tie (7), Draw (4).
Batting bonus points (200-249 runs scored - 1 point; 250-299 runs - 2 points; 300-349 runs - 3 points; 350-399 runs - 4 points; 400 runs or more - 5 points).
Bowling bonus points (3-5 wickets taken - 1 point; 6-8 wickets - 2 points; 9-10 wickets - 3 points)
NB Bonus points are only awarded in first 130 overs of first innings.
A match abandoned without a ball bowled sees both sides awarded 4 points, while if the scores are level in a drawn match, the side batting in the fourth innings is awarded 7 points, with the other side earning 4 points.
If sides finish level on points, the following tie-breakers apply in order: most wins, fewest losses, most points in contests between the two sides level on points, most wickets taken, most runs scored.
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