Sussex have been told to seize the golden moment as they go for Twenty20 Finals Day glory.

Luke Wright’s men face Somerset in the second Vitality Blast semi-final at a sold-out Edgbaston today.

Sharks are being quoted as joint 11/4 favourites for the trophy along with Lancashire, who face Worcestershire in the first semi.

But Somerset finished ahead of Sussex in the qualifying group and beat them in a thriller at Hove.

Sussex trained at Edgbaston yesterday and Jason Gillespie, right, is keen for them to play without pressure.

The head coach told The Argus: “It’s exciting. On Finals Day anything can happen. Moments can win the trophy.

“We just have to focus on our game, do our prep the best we can and then just go out there and play.

“Enjoy the occasion, focus on what allows us to play well and then we just go from there.”

Somerset skipper Lewis Gregory wants his side to enjoy playing before a boisterous 24,000 crowd.

He said: “There’s a lot of talent in all four teams. Whoever handles the pressure throughout the day will probably come out on top. We’ve got to enjoy the moment.”

Sussex have named the 14-man squad they took to Durham for the quarter-finals.

England trio Jos Buttler and Keaton Jennings (both Lancashire) and Moeen Ali (Worcestershire) are all involved in the first semi.

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