Norfolk skipper Chris Brown knows the game is a 'must win' for his side if they are to progress in the one day competition but admits the younger Root brother is something of an unknown prospect for him.
72 in a comprehensive home defeat to Cambridge.
An opening partnership of 69 between James Spelman (30) and Ben France (31) got Norfolk off to a decent start but a third wicket stand of 145 between Sam Arthurton (79) and Garry Park (77) put Norfolk in control.
Norfolk return to Unicorns Trophy action next Sunday, when they travel to Hertfordshire, with their MCCA Championship three day season due to get under way at Northumberland on Sunday, June 8.
"We had a long chat after the victory at Bedfordshire," Brown said. "About the areas we had wanted to improve on from Cambridgeshire, which we did, and we were all looking forward to the rest of the season."
Suffolk player coach Simon Guy said: "The fact that it's a local derby, against Norfolk, will give this weekend extra spice.
by four wickets at home against Bedfordshire last Sunday, to make it three wins from three in group two of the Unicorns Knockout Trophy.
Norfolk kick started their one day season a fortnight ago, winning by 29 runs at Bedfordshire.
season Norfolk and Suffolk also met in the group stages of the Unicorns Trophy, with Norfolk winning by 12 runs at Bury St Edmunds.
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When asked if he was feeling confident about tomorrow's match, Brown continued: "Absolutely. We played some good cricket against Bedfordshire in the last round and we had a very good game against Suffolk at Bury St Edmunds last year, when (Brandon born England Lions and Essex fast bowler) Tymal Mills played, and we managed to come out on top."
Suffolk then looked in sight of reaching their target as the match headed for a tense finish but Paul Bradshaw cleared up the Suffolk tail with three late wicket to finish with figures of 5 66.
Suffolk have already secured promotion for the knockout stages but know that victory will secure home advantage for them in their quarter final tie.
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"In fact, it's a big headache for the management team, deciding on which players to leave out, because basically we have a strong team and a half at our disposal. Suffolk perhaps hasn't had that luxury in past years."
Skipper Chris Brown had demanded a positive response, and he got his wish, Norfolk scoring a solid 262 5 in their 50 overs before restricting Beds to 232 9 at Dunstable.
"I know he scored 100 in their last game but I've never played against him," Brown said. "He's obviously a useful player as his performance showed last week.
"But we don't focus too much on opposition individuals, we just look to focus on ourselves."
The 21 year old, who shared a third wicket partnership of 125 with former Essex all rounder Michael Comber, is part of Suffolk's Unicorns Trophy squad as he plays for Sheffield Collegiate alongside the county's player coach Simon Guy.
The only change to the Norfolk team from the win at Beds sees Ashley Watson replace Kieran Bunting, who would not have been fully fit.
"I think the fact that we have match winners throughout the team, including down the order, is a big difference for us this season.
form brother of England Test batsman Joe Root when they take on Suffolk
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