Sussex hope to complete the first part of a one-day double today.

The county's second XI play Nottinghamshire at Horsham in the final of the AON Trophy (10.45am).

A strong Sussex side includes five players who have played Championship cricket this season. They are Richard Montgomerie, Carl Hopkinson, Luke Wright, Tim Ambrose and Mark Davis.

The only doubt is all-rounder Wright who is still troubled by the side strain which kept him out for two weeks last month.

Jason Lewry is on the comeback trail, five weeks after his groin operation, but he isn't quite ready for competitive action yet.

Coach Mark Robinson said: "We're confident and Horsham is a good venue for us. We played all our home games in the group stages there and did well.

"Whatever happens we have set high standards which we want to maintain, not least the fact that we have been the best fielding side in the competition."

Meanwhile Sussex are almost certain to be playing in National League division one next season after promotion rivals Derbyshire lost yesterday.

Only three counties can overtake or equal their points total and Leicestershire have a huge task in trying to overhaul Sussex's superior net run rate.