Worcestershire CCC went down by an innings and 170 runs after losing 14 wickets on the final day of the LV=Insurance County Championship match with Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge.

They were bowled out for 80 in 32.5 overs the first innings and were forced to follow on 320 runs behind.

High-quality bowling from Luke Fletcher and England fast bowler Stuart Broad then undid them as they were all out for 150 in 57.4 overs.

Worcestershire resumed the day on 53-6, and the remaining four first-innings wickets fell for 27 runs on Sunday morning.

Fletcher added two more scalps in successive overs before nightwatchman Josh Tongue (7) nicked an outswinger to keeper Tom Moores, and then Alzarri Joseph (4) departed in the same fashion.

Keeper Ben Cox (19) drove at a widish delivery from Stuart Broad and provided Moores with his third catch of the day before the innings ended when Dillon Pennington (4) was taken at second slip.

Worcestershire followed on 35 minutes before lunch with a minimum of 78 overs to negotiate.

Daryl Mitchell edged another fine swinging Fletcher delivery into the hands of Moores before rain saw an early lunch taken.

Worcestershire managed to get to 63-1 in the main thanks to Jake Libby before Fletcher came back into the attack and claimed two wickets in the space of three balls.

Fell clipped a delivery to Ben Slater at short leg and then Jack Haynes (0) was caught and bowled.

Broad ended Libby’s fine knock on 64 when he clipped a ball off leg stump, and Dane Paterson held onto a low chance diving forward at square leg.

Worcestershire went into tea at 114-4 with 41 overs remaining but soon after lost Riki Wessels fell to a fine catch away to his right by Duckett at second slip at 124-5.

Cox (0) went leg before to Paterson five runs later, and D’Oliveira was caught off the same bowler as the hosts began to smell victory.

Stuart Broad had Joseph (4) caught and Paterson bowled Tongue (6) before captain Leach (7) was lbw to Pennington with 18.2 overs to spare and Notts confirmed a big win.

Worcestershire head coach Alex Gidman said his side did what they could on the final day but admitted the damage was done on Saturday.

He said: “It’s really disappointing to lose the match. It has been a tough couple of days, we were obviously miles off the pace yesterday which was tough to wrestle back any sort of momentum.

“You can’t fault the effort today to try and bat through the day in very tough conditions to get the draw but clearly the damage was done yesterday and we’ve got to look at ourselves and try to improve very quickly.

“We wanted to play as much as we could on that first day as we knew the forecast for day two wasn’t very good and the heavy roller seemed to do a ridiculous job and changed the wicket considerably going into day three.

“But having said that we didn’t build pressure like they did and we had a really positive lesson from Luke Fletcher in terms of what we need to do and get better at in what was a high-class display on Saturday evening.”