WILTSHIRE will be going all guns blazing tomorrow morning as they look to wrap up victory over Devon on the final day of their Unicorns Championship Western Division match at South Wilts.

With eight wickets required on day three of three, Neil Shardlow’s men also know that they cannot be erratic with the ball in hand as the West Country visitors only need 192 runs for the win.

Devon resumed their first innings this morning on 84-5 after Wiltshire had been dismissed for 208.

James Arney made the early breakthrough for the county as he dismissed Thompson for 11 as Devon failed to add to their overnight score.

Wiltshire quickly removed Zac Bess and Toby Codd as Devon went from being 84-5 to 95-8.

The visitors rallied slightly but they were eventually bowled out for 127 with Tahir Afridi leading the charge with 4-50, while fellow strike bowler Arney claimed 3-30 and Hampshire academy product Jake Goodwin picked up 2-10 from his five overs.

With a lead of 81, Wiltshire were after quick runs to try and bat Devon out the game, but instead of runs, wickets fell.

Openers Steve Bullen and Billy Cookson were both back in the hutch with only 10 on the board, before skipper Ed Young and Will Wade repaired the early damage.

However, the captain (30) and Wade (33) fell, quickly followed by Goodwin, to leave Wiltshire 99-5 and a lead of 180 runs.

Jake Lintott and Neil Clark shared a sixth-wicket stand of 37 before the Potterne captain fell for 17.

Lintott (34) quickly followed as Devon exposed the Wiltshire tail without a recognised batsman.

Mike Reynolds went for seven as the hosts slumped to 148-8 before Afridi and Arney shared a ninth-wicket partnership of 46 before the former went for 32 to leave Wiltshire 194-9.

Arney and Joe King looked to put the lead past 300, however, Arney was trapped leg before by Bess for 18 to leave the hosts all out for 199 with a lead of 280.

At stumps, Devon were 88-2 with Afridi and Lintott picking up a wicket apiece to set up a thrilling final day.