Somerset will play the Notts Outlaws, and Yorkshire Vikings will be at home to Surrey, in the new play-off round of the Royal London One-Day Cup on Tuesday June 13 – for the right to face group winners Essex Eagles and Worcestershire Rapids in the semi finals.
Essex and Worcestershire earned a direct passage to the semis by finishing top of the South Group and North Group respectively.
Somerset and Yorkshire earned home advantage in the play-off round by finishing second in their groups, with Notts and Surrey coming third.
Essex have been drawn to face the winners of the Somerset-Notts play-off in the first semi final which will be played on Friday June 16, with Worcestershire playing the winners of the Yorkshire-Surrey play-off at New Road on Saturday June 17.
Sky Sports will televise both semi finals, and one of the play-offs. All the games will have a reserve day. The final will be played at Lord’s on Saturday July 1.
Play-offs (Tuesday June 13)
Somerset v Notts Outlaws at 1100 BST
Yorkshire Vikings v Surrey at 1400 BST [Live on Sky Sports]
Semi-finals (both live on Sky Sports)
Friday June 16: Essex Eagles v Somerset/Notts at 1330 BST
Saturday June 17: Worcestershire Rapids v Yorkshire/Surrey at 1100 BST
Matthew Maynard, Somerset director of cricket, said after the washout at Lord's: "We’re delighted that we’ve made the knockout stages with a home tie. It’s a tough game isn’t it?
"They’ve progressed and played some good cricket in their group, and we know they’re a very dangerous side full of internationals. But playing at home is going to be an advantage – we saw that last year when we performed really well in the quarter final.
"So we’re looking forward to that game, but in the meantime we’ve got a good number of Championship matches that we need to focus on."