It's all to play for in both the men's and women's Hundred today and the Trent Rockets and the Birmingham Phoenix both know that losing isn't an option.
It promises to be another thrilling day in The Hundred as the Birmingham Phoenix head to Nottingham to take on the Trent Rockets knowing that there is no margin for error for either team.
In the women's competition, a loss for the Phoenix would see them knocked out. A win for the Rockets, meanwhile, would put them in pole position for an eliminator play-off slot. The previous meeting between the pair saw the Rockets win by 11 runs.
The Rockets have soared under the captaincy of Nat Sciver, who is the second top run getter in the Hundred. Aussie, Sammy Jo-Johnson, is also top of the wickets charts in the women's competition.
The Phoenix will be hoping that their star names, including the homegrown pair of Kirstie Gordon and Amy Jones, come to the party at Trent Bridge.
After the women's clash, the men will take centre-stage. And again, it's all to play for, with the winner topping the table by close of play this evening. The Phoenix will be hoping for a repeat of the result when the two teams met at the start of August.
Teenage batter Will Smeed was the star of the show that evening, with the 19-year-old smashing 36 from 13 balls to win the Cazoo Match Hero Award.
The game will see three of the biggest hitters in the competition face off, with the Phoenix's Liam Livingstone and Smeed coming up against the Rockets' pair of Alex Hales and Dawid Malan.
The Rockets will be hoping for more of the same from Benny Howell and Adam Milne with the ball - both have been in red hot form in recent weeks.
But as the Hundred has already shown - when local pride is at stake , anything can happen. So when second meets third tonight, we can expect sparks to fly.