Cumberland will face Lancashire in the inaugural National Counties match at Sedbergh School, in one of three games that will be held during the 2020 cricket season.

The Red Rose held their County Championship match against Durham at Sedbergh last July and will be returning to the venue on July 17.

Cumberland old boys Liam Livingstone and Richard Gleeson won't be involved on the day, as they'll be with the Birmingham Phoenix and Northern Superchargers, respectively, in The Hundred.

Two days later, Lancashire will welcome Middlesex to Sedbergh for their first match in the Royal London One-Day Cup, a competition they reached the semi-finals in last season.

The third and final game at the venue will take place the following Sunday (July 24) when Manchester Originals host the Oval Invincibles in the Women's Hundred.