County Championship 2017: how will your cricket team fare this season?

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<span class="element-image__caption">Middlesex celebrate their triumph last season.</span> <span class="element-image__credit">Photograph: Philip Brown/Getty Images</span>
Middlesex celebrate their triumph last season. Photograph: Philip Brown/Getty Images

There is no surer sign of spring than the covers coming off cricket grounds across the country. The County Championship is back on Friday 7 April, with both Division One and Two teams ready for another campaign. Will there be another nail-biting late-September finale like last year, when Middlesex pipped Yorkshire to the title on the final day? How will demoted Durham cope as they start the new campaign on -48 points in Division Two after a financial bailout at the end of last season?

We’d like to hear from fans of every team. What hopes do you have for your county? Which players should we look out for? With this year’s T20 competition starting up in July, we’d also like to hear your thoughts on the ECB’s new proposed eight-team T20 format that they say will “future-proof domestic cricket.”

Share your thoughts on the new cricket season by filling out the form below. We’ll hopefully feature some of your responses on the site.

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