Hampshire have received the worst of the two Royal London One-day Cup semi-final dates - a home tie against Essex or Yorkshire that clashes with England's World Cup opener.

James Vince's side earned a home tie by topping the south group but would have hoped to play on Sunday June 17.

Instead they host Essex or Yorkshire - who play their quarter-final at Chelmsford on Thursday - on Monday, June 18.

It will start at 2pm, with England's World Cup match against Tunisia due to kick off at 7pm.

Worcestershire will play the winners of the quarter-final between Nottinghamshire, the holders, and Kent.

The Royal London One-Day Cup final is at Lord's on June 30.