ESPNcricinfo's Jarrod Kimber and George Dobell answer your tweets and questions from the WACA after the 2nd Day of the 3rd Ashes Test.
31.1 HMRKB Herath to EJG Morgan, 4 runs, Herath is the man to be targeted. Down the wicket to drive him right back over his head for four | Mar 1, 2015
29.1 HMRKB Herath to JE Root, 4 runs, flat, into the pads, helped along the way, on his knee to sweep it past square leg. That's 10 off 7 balls from Herath | Mar 1, 2015
28.2 TM Dilshan to EJG Morgan, 6 runs, slog sweep. That's better from Morgan and England. Transfers some of the pressure. Smokes this for six over midwicket | Mar 1, 2015
22.3 RAS Lakmal to JE Root, 4 runs, that's a better shot, played according to the merit of the ball. Short of a length, wide, he delays the cut, comes down on it swiftly, cuts this to the right of third man for four | Feb 28, 2015
20.6 RAS Lakmal to EJG Morgan, 4 runs, aggressive field helps Morgan feel in. Full ball, the mid-off is wide to work both as mid-off and cover to spare a catching man, and he just pushes this gently down where regulation mid-off would have been. Four runs | Feb 28, 2015
20.2 RAS Lakmal to IR Bell, out, bowled him. Against the run of play. Bell goes back shaking his head. He has made a meal of mostly a straight half-volley. Pushes at it just outside off, and gets a big inside edge back onto the stumps. Just plays down the | Feb 28, 2015
15.2 AD Mathews to JE Root, 4 runs, gentle wide outswinging half-volley, and he leans into the drive to drive it past cover for four. All along the ground | Feb 28, 2015
13.3 AD Mathews to JE Root, dot ball, and Root has edged this to where the regulation slip would have been. Jayawardene dives to his left, and has failed to hold on to this low offering. Regulation slip, and this would have been a sitter | Feb 28, 2015
12.2 TM Dilshan to GS Ballance, out, and Ballance goes. Dilshan has woken up too with a lovely catch. Ballance plays a nothing push in front of his body, the ball doesn't turn, hits the inside half of the bat, and lobs back towards the umpire. Dilshan cha | Feb 28, 2015
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