Let us take a look at how the runs and wicket tally of County Championship 2021 stack up after 8 September.
With 992 runs at a mean of 70.85, Durham’s David Bedingham remained on the high of the runs chart. The subsequent three on this listing are Tom Haines (982 at 49.10) of Sussex, Jake Libby (976 at 61) of Worcestershire, and Sam Robson (973 at 44.22) or Middlesex.
Derbyshire’s Matt Critchley and Glamorgan’s Kiran Carlson occupy the following two locations, aggregating 860 and 842 runs respectively.
Nottinghamshire’s Luke Fletcher pipped Durham’s Chris Rushworth to maneuver to the highest of the wickets tally. Fletcher now has 59 scalps, eight greater than Rushworth’s. Essex’s Simon Harmer (49) is third, and his teammate Sam Cook, together with Middlesex’s Tim Murtagh and Hampshire’s Kyle Abbott are tied on fourth spot, with 46 wickets every.