So that's the end of days play and Middlesex are 88 for the lost of two wickets and they are still 262 runs behind Durham.
After the lost of first session due to heavy rain at the start of the day, Durham started there post lunch session at 256 on the loss of 6 wickets and they score 94 runs in that post lunch session and got bundled out by the Middlesex bowler. Liam Trevaskis and Ned Eckersley had a good partnership and Trevaskis scored unbeaten 80 runs before the Middlesex bowler packed them on 350 runs. Roland-Jones was the pick of the bowler of Middlesex with 4 wickets to his name.
In the reply, Middlesex openers Sam Robson and Mark Stoneman started off greatly and build a good partnership of 86 runs before the England Test Team captain Ben Stokes removed Mark Stoneman on his individual score of 41 run and following that Rushworth dismissed the night watchman Ethan Bamber on a duck just before the early end of the days play due to bad light.
So tomorrow will be an interesting day of play and it will fun to see how Middlesex batsmen play against the good total scored by Durham team and how they face the good bowling lineup of Durham.
Signing off for today myself Chinmay Ranjan with my co-commentators Ajay and Ansh and score analyst Yogesh.
Bad light stops the play here at Lord's.
Josh De Caires
22.6 C Rushworth to S Robson
0 A bit fullish ball nipping away from the middle stump line as Robson somehow defended it down to the ground.
22.5 C Rushworth to S Robson
0 Again short and wide outside off as Robson rocks back and punched it straight to the hands of backward point fielder for no run.
22.4 C Rushworth to Caires
1 Short and wide outside off and Caires cuts it hard on backfoot to the left of backward point for a single.
b C Rushworth
22.3 C Rushworth to E Bamber
W Rushworth has got the night watchmen's wicket. Bamber goes for duck as Rushworth comes over the wicket and pitched the ball on a good length on fourth stump line and the ball swings in sharp with the slope and it was enough to break the defense of Bamber as the ball clips the middle and off stump.
All the experience of Rushworth can be seen in these two balls, first ball to Bamber swings away and second one swings in sharply to get Bamber.
22.2 C Rushworth to E Bamber
0 Pass the outside edge straightaway for Bamber. Rushworth pitching it on a good length on fifth stump and the ball nips away to miss the outside edge.
22.1 C Rushworth to S Robson
1 Length ball angling into the pads as Robson flicks it uppishly of his thighs to the long leg region for a single.
c K Petersen b B Stokes
21.6 B Stokes to M Stoneman
W Edged and caught out, Stokes pitched it full outside off inviting the drive and Stoneman leans into that drive and got a thickish outside edge as the ball flies away to the hands of second slip. After two boundaries in this over, Stokes made a comeback by dismissing Stoneman who was looking well settled.
21.5 B Stokes to M Stoneman
4 Short ball at waist height and Stoneman pulls it hard in front of the square. What a crackling sound it came of the bat of Stoneman.
21.4 B Stokes to M Stoneman
0 Overpitched ball outside off as Stoneman lets it go to the wicket keeper easily.
21.3 B Stokes to M Stoneman
0 Length ball on stumps and Stoneman rocks back and pushed it back to the bowler for no run.
21.2 B Stokes to M Stoneman
4 Full ball strangling on to the pads of Stoneman who gets in a good position to flick that ball to mid wicket area for a good looking four.
21.1 B Stokes to M Stoneman
0 Short and wide outside off as Stoneman cuts it to the backward point fielder for no run.