England tour of Australia, 2006/07 / Commentary

The Ashes - 1st Test

Australia v England

Australia won by 277 runs

Overs 1-50  | Overs 51-100  | Overs 101-150

9.1

Warne to Cook, no run, flighted up and Cook takes a big stride forward to block

9.2

Warne to Cook, no run, wide of off stump and it goes straight on as Cook sticks out his pad

9.3

Warne to Cook, no run, controlled defensive prod

9.4

Warne to Cook, no run, same again, plopped to the man a forward short leg

9.5

Warne to Cook, no run, into a rhythm now, same place and the same shot. Not much turn so far, but there's plenty of time for that

9.6

Warne to Cook, no run, Cook steps back and cuts that, but a bit close to him and he cannot find the power or the placement to beat the infield

England 29/0   SK Warne 1-1-0-0

11.1

Warne to Cook, 2 runs, cut square, not enough power to take it more than two-thirds of the way to the boundary

11.2

Warne to Cook, FOUR, full toss, smacked between midwicket and mid-on

11.3

Warne to Cook, no run, ripper, Cook sticks out his pad and gets everything else out of the way. That one turned appreciably

11.4

Warne to Cook, no run, the fun starts. Warne is turning this some way and plenty of noise from the close fielders now

11.5

Warne to Cook, no run, Cook again left that alone

11.6

Warne to Cook, 1 run, not what the doctor ordered. Cook punched that to cover off the back foot and Bell had to dive to make his ground. The throw was poor ...had it been a direct hit then it might have been a bit more interesting

England 36/1   SK Warne 2-1-7-0

13.1

Warne to Bell, no run

13.2

Warne to Bell, OUT, Bell gets well forward, the ball hit him on the front pad and a confident appeal gets the finger from Steve Bucknor. Bell looks unhappy - a bit more than disappointment - as that could have been sliding down the leg side. It matters not a jot, he's out and England are slipping towards a day off tomorrow. Click here for the picture

IR Bell lbw b Warne 0 (11m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

13.3

Warne to Collingwood, no run, short, Collingwood onto the back foot

13.4

Warne to Collingwood, no run, up in the blockhole and watched with care by Collingwood

13.5

Warne to Collingwood, no run, Collingwood reaches for that and blocks

13.6

Warne to Collingwood, no run, Collingwood gets everything behind that

England 36/2   SK Warne 3-2-7-1

15.1

Warne to Collingwood, 1 run, leg side and Collingwood off the mark with a flick to long leg

15.2

Warne to Cook, no run, Cook reaches and drives to mid-off

15.3

Warne to Cook, no run, wide, no appreciable turn, and Cook lets it go

15.4

Warne to Cook, no run, Cook sticks out his pad, well wide

15.5

Warne to Cook, no run, better line, into the rough but Cook well behind it

15.6

Warne to Cook, no run

England 41/2   SK Warne 4-2-8-1

17.1

Warne to Collingwood, no run, flighted, little turn and blocked

17.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, much the same. He's toying with Collingwood

17.3

Warne to Collingwood, 1 run, fractionally leg side and turned all along the grouhd to the man on the 45 behind square

17.4

Warne to Cook, no run, Cook looks to cut a ball outside off stump, against the spin, but it keeps low and even Gilchrist is surprised and fumbles it

17.5

Warne to Cook, no run, there or there abouts, blocked

17.6

Warne to Cook, no run, it's a wonder that Cook can see daylight, there are so many fielders packed round him now. But he manages to get everything over it and defends it well

England 43/2   SK Warne 5-2-9-1

19.1

Warne to Cook, 2 runs, outside off and too short, Cook is quick to pounce on this and guide it down to third man. Encouraging bounce there for Warne

19.2

Warne to Cook, no run, Cook comes forward to defend. Gilchrist says "Orrrrr"

19.3

Warne to Cook, 2 runs, too short and Cook again does well to rock back and cut it front of square

19.4

Warne to Cook, no run, ooh a bit fuller, Cook goes back again onto his crease

19.5

Warne to Cook, no run, ooh and a huge appeal from Warne - a huge legbreak almost turning square from outside the left hander's off stump...Cook shoulders arms, dangerously so, but the bounce saves Cook

19.6

Warne to Cook, no run, Cook comes forward to defend

England 47/2   SK Warne 6-2-13-1

21.1

Warne to Cook, no run, "awwww" cries Warne as Cook whips this one to leg, perfectly safe though

21.2

Warne to Cook, FOUR, fabulous shot, he really waited for that one. Again Warne gives Cook too much width, too short, and Cook cuts it hard in front of square for four.

21.3

Warne to Cook, 1 run, pushed off his legs

21.4

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended on the front foot

21.5

Warne to Collingwood, FOUR

21.6

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended on the front foot and Warne has the hang-me-now expression of a man who's never, ever taken a Test wicket in his life

England 60/2   SK Warne 7-2-22-1

23.1

Warne to Cook, no run, well flighted just outside off, Cook comes forward and hides his bat behind the pad

23.2

Warne to Cook, no run, defended on the front foot

23.3

Warne to Cook, no run, down on one knee, smashed to cover

23.4

Warne to Cook, no run, pushes forward at this and defneds

23.5

Warne to Cook, 2 runs, ooh, outside edge there past slip - but perhaps it was intentional. Played with soft hands

23.6

Warne to Cook, no run, big stride forward, the ball ballooning to slip and the crowd go wildish

England 69/2   SK Warne 8-2-24-1

25.1

Warne to Cook, no run, ooh Cook was a touch late on that but jabbed down on it solidly enough

25.2

Warne to Cook, no run

25.3

Warne to Cook, 2 runs, very nicely played indeed from Cook, meeting the ball, opening the face and pushing it down past slip. A short third man collects but that was very classily played

25.4

Warne to Cook, no run, and he kicks this out of the rough, well played Cook

25.5

Warne to Cook, no run, padded away once more

25.6

Warne to Cook, no run, not much turn for Warne there and Cook defends it on the front foot

England 75/2   SK Warne 9-2-26-1

27.1

Warne to Collingwood, 4 runs, poor bowling, far too short and wide and Collingwood cuts it hard in front of square. Michael Clarke saves four, but they run four

27.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, and he's beaten here, coming forward to Warne and it turns away. Although in Collingwood's defence, he didn't play it wholeheartedly...

27.3

Warne to Collingwood, no run, pushed off the front foot into the covers

27.4

Warne to Collingwood, no run, "awwww-ooohhh" cries Warne, for no apparent reason as the batsman comes solidly forward to defend

27.5

Warne to Collingwood, 1 run, tip'n'run from Collingwood, excellent batting

27.6

Warne to Cook, no run, yowzers! That was millimetres away from bowling Cook, what a ball from Warne, turning a country mile outside off, Cook leaves it alone and it shaves the off stump.

England 87/2   SK Warne 10-2-31-1

29.1

Warne to Cook, no run, defended on the front foot once again

29.2

Warne to Cook, OUT, Gone! Big turn from Warne there, Cook came tentatively forward - not reading the spin - blindly looking for the ball, gets an inside edge to Hussey at short leg. Fine innings from Cook, but simply not enough. Click here for the picture

AN Cook c Hussey b Warne 43 (128m 94b 4x4 0x6) SR: 45.74

29.3

Warne to Pietersen, no run, massive stride forward - quicker ball from Warne - well defended

29.4

Warne to Pietersen, no run, another humungous stride down the pitch, timed into the covers

29.5

Warne to Pietersen, no run, pushed back to the bowler

29.6

Warne to Pietersen, no run, defended on the front foot

England 91/3   SK Warne 11-3-31-2

31.1

Warne to Pietersen, no run, Pietersen gets into a right mess here, shuffling down the pitch massively before losing his footing and sliding down the pitch.

31.2

Warne to Pietersen, no run, crunched out into the covers, very well timed. Pietersen's not going to hang around here

31.3

Warne to Pietersen, no run, but he cautiously defends this. Ooh bit of banter now, Warne giving it to KP who smiles back

31.4

Warne to Pietersen, no run, again he comes forward to this leg-side ball, pushing it back to Warne

31.5

Warne to Pietersen, no run, tries to sweep this on the front foot but it's the slider, rushes on to Pietersen who misses. Good take from Gilchrist though

31.6

Warne to Pietersen, 1 run, and he flicks this down to long-on to get off the mark

England 98/3   SK Warne 12-3-32-2

33.1

Warne to Pietersen, no run, comes forward to defend this

33.2

Warne to Pietersen, no run, pushed to leg. Come on, give it some humpty

33.3

Warne to Pietersen, no run, corr, some massive inside-edge-action there which just evades short-leg

33.4

Warne to Pietersen, no run

33.5

Warne to Pietersen, no run, goes back, smacks it hard into the ground - the ball bobbling over Justin Langer, not the tallest man by any means, who can't quite reach it.

33.6

Warne to Pietersen, no run, defended solidly

England 103/3   SK Warne 13-4-32-2

45.1

Warne to Pietersen, no run, Pietersen rocks back and thwacks that to point where Langer, like an efficient icecream seller, is quick to scoop and serve

45.2

Warne to Pietersen, FOUR, Warne gives that one more air, Pietersen skips down the pitch and drills it wide of mid-on to bring up England's 150. Have some of that&

45.3

Warne to Pietersen, no run, smothers that one into the ground with a forward defensive

45.4

Warne to Pietersen, no run, another cushioning defensive

45.5

Warne to Pietersen, no run, half-shouts for lbw, as the ball raps Pietersen low on the leg, but it wasn't out, as it was missing leg

45.6

Warne to Pietersen, no run, defended - and that's tea

England 150/3   SK Warne 14-4-36-2

47.1

Warne to Pietersen, 2 runs, Pietersen takes a step to meet it, turns it into a half volley which he clips through midwicket

47.2

Warne to Pietersen, FOUR, down the track again, turns this into a full toss this time and Pietersen hammers it to the right of mid-on. we have a contest

47.3

Warne to Pietersen, no run, more circumspect

47.4

Warne to Pietersen, FOUR, Pietersen uses his feet for the third time in four balls, once more crashing it through the gap between mid-on and midwicket

47.5

Warne to Pietersen, no run, snorting, ripping reply from Warne, turning it past Pietersen's outside edge

47.6

Warne to Pietersen, no run, driven back to Warne who slightly petulantly hurls the ball back, far too close to the batsman and Pietersen thwacks the ball over the slips! Gilchrist laughs but KP is very unhappy and calls Warne - his mate - several rather nasty words which are not for a family audience

England 164/3   SK Warne 15-4-46-2

49.1

Warne to Pietersen, no run, super conventional legbreak, turns past Pietersen's groping prod

49.2

Warne to Pietersen, 1 run, turned behind on the leg side

49.3

Warne to Collingwood, no run, outside leg and kicked away

49.4

Warne to Collingwood, no run, floated up and well defended, head right over it

49.5

Warne to Collingwood, no run, a bit flatter but well played again

49.6

Warne to Collingwood, no run, a tad too short and a bit leg sidish, Collingwood goes back but misses as he tries to flick it through midwicket

England 169/3   SK Warne 16-4-47-2

51.1

Warne to Collingwood, no run, floated up and Collingwood blocks on the back foot

51.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, gentle legbreak, played with ease

51.3

Warne to Collingwood, SIX, Six! Collingwood takes two steps down and launches a big hit over the wide long-on boundary. Not thumped but timed

51.4

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended from the crease

51.4

Warne to Collingwood, no run, defended from the crease

51.5

Warne to Collingwood, 1 run, Collingwood waits and flicks that round behind square on the leg

51.6

Warne to Pietersen, no run, Pietersen leaves it alone outside off stump

England 176/3   SK Warne 17-4-54-2

53.1

Warne to Pietersen, FOUR, two steps and Pietersen crashes that up and over mid-off. McGrath gives chase but he wouldn't have got that in his prime

53.2

Warne to Pietersen, FOUR, half volley fetched from outside off stump through midwicket. That went like a missile

53.3

Warne to Pietersen, no run, Pietersen went to cut, missed and a massive appeal from the close fielders as Gilchrist took it ... Gilchrist races down the pitch but Bucknor not interested. The Australians are perplexed and, oddly, Bucknor looked across to his colleague before seeming to shrug. Replays not clear either way

53.4

Warne to Pietersen, no run, wide and left alone

53.5

Warne to Pietersen, no run, no shot ... have we had the drama for the over?

53.6

Warne to Pietersen, no run, legbreak outside off stump and Pietersen misses with an ugly swish

England 186/3   SK Warne 18-4-62-2

55.1

Warne to Pietersen, no run, wide and Piertsen sniffily watches it pass

55.2

Warne to Pietersen, FOUR, short and Pietersen cuts that with real power to the cover boundary. That's his seventh Test fifty

55.3

Warne to Pietersen, 1 run, premeditated sweep

55.4

Warne to Collingwood, no run, rank long hop, smacked straight into Hayden at silly point

55.5

Warne to Collingwood, FOUR, again short and wide, and this time Collingwood misses Hayden and finds the gap through extra cover

55.6

Warne to Collingwood, 4 byes, that turned sideway and fooled both Colingwood and Gilchrist, flying past slip and it was stopped on the boundary ... third umpire reviewing it

England 207/3   SK Warne 19-4-71-2

57.1

Warne to Pietersen, 1 run, turned into the leg side

57.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, turned past the defensive prod but pitched well outside leg

57.3

Warne to Collingwood, no run, ordinary legbreak which Collingwood reads and leaves

57.4

Warne to Collingwood, FOUR, leg-side full toss which Collingwood, who has been in three hours, sees like a football and launches over midwicket for a two-bounce four

57.5

Warne to Collingwood, no run, Warne back in the groove

57.6

Warne to Collingwood, no run, cautious and watchful block

England 217/3   SK Warne 20-4-76-2

59.1

Warne to Collingwood, no run, back to normality as Collingwood blocks

59.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, same ball, same block

59.3

Warne to Collingwood, no run, watched and defended

59.4

Warne to Collingwood, (no ball) 1 run, a step down the track and driven to the man at longish on

59.4

Warne to Pietersen, 2 runs, short and flat-batted to deep square leg

59.5

Warne to Pietersen, 1 run

59.6

Warne to Collingwood, no run, blocked

England 230/3   SK Warne 21-4-81-2

61.1

Warne to Collingwood, no run, tossed up and defended on the front foot

61.2

Warne to Collingwood, 1 run, and he comes shuffling down the pitch confidently, punching Warne down the ground

61.3

Warne to Pietersen, 2 runs, another massively aggressive shot from Pietersen, going down on one knee and sweep-slapping Warne from outside off in front of square

61.4

Warne to Pietersen, 1 run, turned around the corner to fine leg

61.5

Warne to Collingwood, 1 run, down the pitch again from Collingwood who doesn't quite get hold of it, picking it up and over...but, hello, there's a man at long-on, could be an easy catch but it falls

61.6

Warne to Pietersen, FOUR, ah, what a fabulous shot, sweeping Warne from well outside off stump and getting it much finer than previously in the over, bisecting the two sweepers on the boundary&

England 239/3   SK Warne 22-4-90-2

63.1

Warne to Collingwood, 2 runs, prodded, poked off a length to midwicket

63.2

Warne to Collingwood, no run, well flighted on leg stump but not a lot of turn for Warne and Collingwood defends solidly

63.3

Warne to Collingwood, OUT, GONE! Warne's done it for Australia and Collingwood is gone for 96, what agony. Agony for Collingwood, skipping miles down the pitch and trying to smack Warne over his head to reach a hundred. It was a classic legbreak from Warne, turning prodigiously, Gilchrist snaffled it and whipped off the bails. Collingwood's hang-me-now expression tells the story. Click here for the picture

PD Collingwood st †Gilchrist b Warne 96 (216m 155b 13x4 2x6) SR: 61.93

63.4

Warne to Flintoff, 1 wide, very short, very wide and called a wide

63.4

Warne to Flintoff, FOUR, lovely shot! A big stride forward, timing the ball beautifully past mid-off who makes a complete hash of it, diving over the ball and the crowd cheer

63.5

Warne to Flintoff, no run, defended out into the covers

63.6

Warne to Flintoff, no run, flighted outside Flintoff's leg stump who comes forward to defend

England 249/4   SK Warne 23-4-97-3

65.1

Warne to Pietersen, no run, miles too wide from the big winning Warne, well outside Pietersen's leg stump who leaves it alone

65.2

Warne to Pietersen, no run, comes forward and pads it away

65.3

Warne to Pietersen, no run, pushes this out to cover

65.4

Warne to Pietersen, no run, defended solidly

65.5

Warne to Pietersen, no run, pads it away once more

65.6

Warne to Pietersen, no run, and again he kicks it away

England 254/4   SK Warne 24-5-97-3

67.1

Warne to Pietersen, no run, Warne to continue with his around-the-wicket tactics

67.2

Warne to Pietersen, no run, again kicked away

67.3

Warne to Pietersen, no run, once again padded away...he's going to go for it this over, surely

67.4

Warne to Pietersen, 1 run, and he does go for it, to a delivery which is slightly straighter this time, timing it out to the off side

67.5

Warne to Flintoff, no run, defended on the front foot

67.6

Warne to Flintoff, no run, a resounding clunk of the bat as Flintoff smacks this straight back to Warne

England 263/4   SK Warne 25-5-98-3

69.1

Warne to Pietersen, no run, got him! No he hasn't, sorry, nearly got him, Pietersen overbalances, misses the ball - but so does Gilchrist, and a stumping chance goes begging. Damn hard one, though

69.2

Warne to Pietersen, no run, padded away

69.3

Warne to Pietersen, no run, again he kicks this away. "awww, loving this Warney" offers Gilchrist

69.4

Warne to Pietersen, 1 run, expansively cover-driven, but straight to extra cover

69.5

Warne to Flintoff, no run, well played from Flintoff, coming right forward and smothering the spin

69.6

Warne to Flintoff, no run, defended once again

England 269/4   SK Warne 26-5-99-3

71.1

Warne to Flintoff, no run, "noice Shine" says Gilchrist to one which is quite nice - I wouldn't praise it any more than that - and Flintoff defends it solidly

71.2

Warne to Flintoff, no run, a touch shorter, Flintoff comes forward and smothers the spin

71.3

Warne to Flintoff, no run, just a touch wider this time from Warne, tempting Flintoff into a drive - which he does, but only back to the bowler

71.4

Warne to Flintoff, OUT, suicide. Absolute kamikaze from Flintoff. Warne banged it in short, Flintoff tried to pull it, and miscued it to Langer at long-off who didn't need to move a muscle, apart from those lifting his hands up to his face. Warne claps his hands; Flintoff trudges off. Dreadful stroke and that's opened up the tail. Click here for the picture

A Flintoff c Langer b Warne 16 (37m 26b 4x4 0x6) SR: 61.53

71.5

Warne to Jones, no run, Jones comes forward, tentatively, and defends

71.6

Warne to Jones, no run, ooh I thought he edged that, he was very close to edging that. Terrific ball on leg stump, fizzing away from another tentative defensive

England 271/5   SK Warne 27-6-99-4

73.1

Warne to Pietersen, no run, padded away

73.2

Warne to Pietersen, no run, and padded away again

73.3

Warne to Pietersen, no run, again he won't be tempted, padding this away

73.4

Warne to Pietersen, no run, a touch straighter but again Pietersen can just kick this away

73.5

Warne to Pietersen, no run, and this rips past Pietersen, turning massively but it pitched a mile outside leg

73.6

Warne to Pietersen, no run, kicked away to end the over

England 278/5   SK Warne 28-7-99-4

75.1

Warne to Jones, no run, short, too short and Jones sits back in his crease before punching it away

75.2

Warne to Jones, no run, ooh, well bowled - a bit of indrift, bit slower too, and the ball takes the outside edge of Jones's bat before bobbling down to first slip

75.3

Warne to Jones, no run, and again the ball takes his outside edge, but it again falls short of second slip this time

75.4

Warne to Jones, no run, defended off the back foot

75.5

Warne to Jones, 3 runs, nice shot, a touch too short from Warne allowing Jones to rock back and hammer it through the covers. "Hammer" is probably not the right word, but I haven't said it for a while, and it's a cracking word

75.6

Warne to Pietersen, 1 run, Pushed off his legs

England 283/5   SK Warne 29-7-103-4

77.1

Warne to Pietersen, 1 run, outside off, Pietersen sweeps it down to fine leg

77.2

Warne to Jones, no run, Jones tries to mirror Pietersen with the same sweep shot, but is beaten by the spin and the ball hits his pad

77.3

Warne to Jones, no run, defended on the back foot

77.4

Warne to Jones, no run, solidly forward to defend this one

77.5

Warne to Jones, no run, Jones comes confidently forward to smother the spin once more

77.6

Warne to Jones, no run, shorter, enticing Jones into cutting (and edging) but he won't be tempted and pads it away

England 287/5   SK Warne 30-7-104-4

79.1

Warne to Jones, no run, turned off his legs

79.2

Warne to Jones, no run, solidly defended on the front foot and short-leg dives forward to field

79.3

Warne to Jones, 1 run, Jones goes back, turns his wrists and they

79.4

Warne to Pietersen, 2 runs, quicker - the slider? - and Pietersen sweeps, misses, Warne roars and appeal...but they get a run down the leg side

79.5

Warne to Pietersen, 1 run, swept in the air, top edge but it falls safe of the man at fine-leg

79.6

Warne to Jones, no run, and a belting ball to finish the day, turning away sharply from Jones's backward defensive shot...but he lives to survive another day. Another whole day would be good for England, too...

England 293/5   SK Warne 31-7-108-4

95.1

Warne to Hoggard, no run, fullish and Hoggard pats it away

95.2

Warne to Hoggard, 1 leg bye, good shout for lbw. Hoggard swept a straight one that kept it's line. Bucknor not interested but Warne gave him a long stare

95.3

Warne to Harmison, no run, played into the off side

95.4

Warne to Harmison, no run, well blocked but still some groans from the men in close

95.5

Warne to Harmison, no run, shapes to sweep but it spins behind his legs and just about misses leg stump

95.6

Warne to Harmison, 1 run, premeditated sweep from outside off stump, fetched to backward square leg

England 354/8   SK Warne 32-7-109-4

97.1

Warne to Harmison, no run, straight, Harmison forward and a loud shout but it pitched well outside leg. Warne knew that, you suspect, but the appeal adds to the pressure

97.2

Warne to Harmison, no run, fullish, no dramas

97.3

Warne to Harmison, no run, Harmison sweeps and misses, the ball loops to short point off the pad and there's a confident appeal but again it missed by some way

97.4

Warne to Harmison, 2 runs, fetched from outside off stump and in cow corner direction

97.5

Warne to Harmison, FOUR

97.6

Warne to Harmison, no run, Harmsion sweeps with such gusto that he almost falls over ... he misses it and it plops off his front leg fine on the leg side

England 361/8   SK Warne 33-7-115-4

99.1

Warne to Harmison, FOUR, Harmison may only have one shot - the sweep - but he plays it well. That one ended up flashing through wide midwicket

99.2

Warne to Harmison, 1 run, gently run up to mid-off

99.3

Warne to Anderson, no run, watched and left alone, it turned but started too wide

99.4

Warne to Anderson, FOUR, that was even wider and Anderson reaches and slashes that through point. That was a teaser and Anderson took the bait

99.5

Warne to Anderson, no run, wide into the rough, that really bit and turned

99.6

Warne to Anderson, no run, short and Anderson shapes to cut but is undone by a bit of extra bounce

England 370/9   SK Warne 34-7-124-4
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Australia won by 10 wickets
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Nov 27, 2006

Dad's Army: Justin Langer, Ricky Ponting, Shane Warne, Matthew Hayden and Glenn McGrath celebrate the win at Brisbane, Australia v England, 1st Test, Brisbane, November 27, 2006

Dad's Army: Justin Langer, Ricky Ponting, Shane Warne, Matthew Hayden and Glenn McGrath celebrate the win

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Nov 27, 2006

Glenn McGrath raises a stump in celebration after Australia trounce England at Brisbane, Australia v England, 1st Test, Brisbane, November 27, 2006

Glenn McGrath raises a stump in celebration after Australia trounce England at Brisbane

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