Published: 08:00, 08 June 2018
| Updated: 08:08, 08 June 2018
Kent will have to defeat the Royal London One-Day Cup holders if they want to reach this season's semi-finals.
The North Group was concluded on Thursday afternoon with Nottinghamshire claiming second place to land a home quarter-final tie against Kent Spitfires on Thursday, June 14 (11am) at Trent Bridge.
The winners of that tie will then travel to North Group winners Worcestershire in the semi-finals on Sunday, June 17 (11am).
Captain Sam Billings is on England one-day duty so vice-captain Joe Denly is again likely to skipper the side.
The other quarter-final tie sees Essex host Yorkshire, with the winners travelling to Hampshire in the semi-final.
The final is at Lord's on Saturday, June 30.
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