RYAN CAMPBELL has urged his Durham players to move on from their County Championship disappointment as they return to action in the Vitality Blast this evening.

Durham threw away a winning position as they crashed to a six-wicket Championship defeat at the hands of Worcestershire earlier this week, but attention switches to T20 tonight as Worcestershire return to Seat Unique Riverside in the Blast.

Following two thrilling wins over Yorkshire and Lancashire last month, Durham currently sit in fifth place in the North Group with nine points, three points off top spot.

“We have to park this week’s result in the County Championship because we have a big game on Friday against Worcestershire Rapids,” said head coach Campbell. “We want to reach the quarter-finals - we haven’t done that for a long time and we still have it in our own destiny if we play well.

“We started the Blast very poorly and people were calling for heads, but momentum is a wonderful thing, you have to get on a roll in this format and once you get on a roll you have to go with it. The guys are starting to bat well in that form of the game, and I believe we have an excellent bowling attack.”

Campbell has named a 14-player squad, which sees the return of Colin Ackermann, Ashton Turner and Haydon Mustard.

Turner returns to the squad having missed the last T20 game against Yorkshire with an ankle niggle, Mustard has returned from England Under-19s duty and Ackermann has recovered from a finger dislocation.

David Bedingham misses out on selection having picked up a hamstring injury in the Championship defeat to Worcestershire, while Matthew Potts has dropped out of the playing squad as he prepares to join up with the England Test squad ahead of their series against West Indies.