YORKSHIRE welcome back their former player, Ajmal Shahzad to Headingley tomorrow when they face off against rivals Lancashire in a Friends Life T20 game.
Although Yorkshire-born Shahzad, 26, wont be allowed to play, because he is on loan from his parent club, a weapon he will have is ideas on how to defend and attack against Yorkshire.
On the back of two losses, Yorkshire know the Lightning can sense victory after their recent four game unbeaten run. However, Yorkshire will be buoyed by the recent form of Andrew Gale.
He has scored over a century in his last two T20 games and has scored 418 runs this season to date.