NatWest Series [Australia in England] - 1st ODI

England v Australia

England won by 15 runs

0.4

Anderson to Warner, no run, blocked going back and across off stump

0.5

Anderson to Warner, 1 wide, full down leg side

0.5

Anderson to Warner, 1 run, slightly straighter and tucked through square leg

Australia 3/0   DA Warner 1* (2b)

1.1

Finn to Warner, no run, good length on the off stump, blocked back up the wicket

1.2

Finn to Warner, 3 runs, back foot punch through extra cover, fine stroke, just hauled back by Cook at the boundary

1.5

Finn to Warner, no run, length and Warner went to play to leg and got done for pace, getting struck on the thigh pad

1.6

Finn to Warner, no run, much fuller and draws Warner into the drive, he plays and misses

Australia 9/0   DA Warner 4* (6b)

2.2

Anderson to Warner, no run, just outside off and tucked to point

2.3

Anderson to Warner, no run, fine delivery, leaving Watson from a good length and beating his defensive push

2.4

Anderson to Warner, no run, back of a length now and tucked to midwicket

2.5

Anderson to Warner, no run, driven without foot movement and another play and miss

2.6

Anderson to Warner, no run, this is closer to him and he drops it to cover

Australia 10/0   DA Warner 4* (11b)

4.2

Anderson to Warner, no run, length around off stump and blocked back to Anderson

4.3

Anderson to Warner, 1 run, a touch too straight but only a single via midwicket

4.6

Anderson to Warner, 1 run, length played just wide enough of mid on for a sharp single

Australia 15/0   DA Warner 6* (14b)

5.1

Finn to Warner, no run, full on off stump, driven on the walk to mid off

5.2

Finn to Warner, 1 run, pushed to cover, Bopara again...misses again when a run out was on, that was miles away

Australia 16/0   DA Warner 7* (16b)

6.1

Anderson to Warner, no run, length outside off and this time Warner is leaving

6.2

Anderson to Warner, 1 leg bye, Warner gets a long way across and gets struck on the pad, large appeal from behind the bat, nothing from the bowler, probably too high. pitched just outside too

Australia 21/1   DA Warner 7* (18b)

7.1

Finn to Warner, 3 runs, slightly short again and a short-arm pull through midwicket, that will make Warner feel better

7.3

Finn to Warner, no run, back of a length and cut to cover point

7.4

Finn to Warner, FOUR, taken from the top of the bounce and smashed past cover, thumping stroke, a little bit of width is all Warner needs

7.5

Finn to Warner, 2 runs, pulled down to long leg and they scramble back for two

7.6

Finn to Warner, FOUR, another smashed four through the off side

Australia 41/1   DA Warner 20* (23b 2x4)

8.2

Bresnan to Warner, 1 run, tucked through square leg this time

8.6

Bresnan to Warner, FOUR, taken from only just back of a length outside off and heaved over mid on with a pull, didn't really seem to get hold of it either but it sails for a one bounce four, great shot

Australia 49/1   DA Warner 25* (25b 3x4)

9.6

Broad to Warner, no run, short and flicked at and missed

Australia 50/1   DA Warner 25* (26b 3x4)

10.2

Bresnan to Warner, FOUR, another short ball and this one is dispatches much more effectively as Warner pulls it backward of square

10.3

Bresnan to Warner, no run, full on middle and leg, defended towards mid-on

10.4

Bresnan to Warner, 1 run, pulls again, this time in front of square and goes straight to Bopara in the deep

Australia 56/1   DA Warner 30* (29b 4x4)

11.2

Swann to Warner, 1 run, nicely flight outside off and it's very sedately driven out to deep cover

11.4

Swann to Warner, no run, grips a little and takes a thick outside edge towards short third man

11.5

Swann to Warner, 1 run, quicker and shorter, Warner onto the back foot and punches to deep cover

Australia 61/1   DA Warner 32* (32b 4x4)

12.1

Broad to Warner, no run, good start, full on middle and off, Warner defends from the crease

12.2

Broad to Warner, no run, hint of movement back into Warner as he plays to the leg side

12.3

Broad to Warner, 1 run, stays very straight to Warner and this time he's worked square on the leg side

Australia 62/1   DA Warner 33* (35b 4x4)

13.1

Swann to Warner, no run, dragged down short, cut away firmly but well fielded by Cook at cover

13.2

Swann to Warner, no run, defended from middle stump into the off side

13.3

Swann to Warner, no run, nice bowling, tossed up enticingly and gets a thick outside edge as he drives

13.4

Swann to Warner, no run, goes back and is taken on the pads by a straighter ball (or one that doesn't turn) but it's going well down leg

13.5

Swann to Warner, no run, full and pushed back to Swann...lovely contest brewing

13.6

Swann to Warner, 1 run, goes back and works this into midwicket so he'll keep the strike

Australia 65/1   DA Warner 34* (41b 4x4)

14.1

Broad to Warner, no run, full and thumping powerfully towards mid-off, it pitches just short so makes it quite a tricky stop for Trott

14.2

Broad to Warner, SIX, that's big, dropped in short by Broad and Warner's eyes light up as he pulls it over the deep midwicket boundary

14.3

Broad to Warner, no run, back fuller on off stump, defended square into the off side

14.4

Broad to Warner, no run, driven with an open face and but Bopara is in the way at backward point

14.5

Broad to Warner, 1 run, that could have been nasty...Bopara nearly gets one in the face which bounces in the footmarks of the other wickets

Australia 72/1   DA Warner 41* (46b 4x4 1x6)

15.1

Swann to Warner, no run, pushed into the off side

15.2

Swann to Warner, 1 run, comes forward and opens the face to find the gap out to deep cover

15.4

Swann to Warner, 1 run, full outside off, driven firmly square through the off side

Australia 75/1   DA Warner 43* (49b 4x4 1x6)

16.1

Bopara to Warner, 1 run, hint of width first up, driven away square and there's a fumble at backward point by Morgan

16.3

Bopara to Warner, 1 run, short of a length, whipped away off the stumps to deep square

16.5

Bopara to Warner, no run, good work by Bell at midwicket, Warner turned it off the stumps and was keen for the single before having hurry back

16.6

Bopara to Warner, 1 leg bye, takes the pad down the leg side, it rebounds off Kieswetter's gloves towards short fine-leg

Australia 80/1   DA Warner 45* (53b 4x4 1x6)

17.1

Broad to Warner, no run, back of a length, punched firmly off the back foot to point

17.2

Broad to Warner, FOUR, playing away from his body, gets an edge but pretty well controlled and beats third man

17.3

Broad to Warner, no run, fuller on off stump, pushed square on the off side

17.4

Broad to Warner, 1 run, opens the face and pushes through the covers to the sweeper and that's his fifty from 57 balls

Australia 85/1   DA Warner 50* (57b 5x4 1x6)

18.2

Anderson to Warner, 1 run, tight! Pushed into the off side and Warner set off straight away but the throw goes to Bailey's end and strikes him on the back of the leg

Australia 92/1   DA Warner 51* (58b 5x4 1x6)

19.1

Broad to Warner, 1 wide, bouncer over and wide of leg stump...too wide for Aleem Dar's liking

19.1

Broad to Warner, 1 run, outside off, guided down to third man to bring Michael Clarke onto strike

Australia 98/2   DA Warner 52* (59b 5x4 1x6)

20.1

Anderson to Warner, FOUR, short and pulled into the ground, he rode it well, the ball scudding to the square-leg rope

20.2

Anderson to Warner, OUT, edged and that's a fantastic snag behind the stumps! Anderson pitched it up, having pushed Warner back, enticed him to drive and a thick edge flew towards first slip (which was vacant), meaning Kieswetter had to launch himself horizontally to grasp the ball. Warner, the danger man, is gone ... Is that a game changer?

DA Warner c †Kieswetter b Anderson 56 (94m 61b 6x4 1x6) SR: 91.80

Australia 102/3   DA Warner 56 (61b 6x4 1x6)
Series Results
England v Australia at Manchester - Jul 10, 2012
England won by 7 wickets (with 11 balls remaining) (D/L method)
England v Australia at Chester-le-Street - Jul 7, 2012
England won by 8 wickets (with 13 balls remaining)
England v Australia at Birmingham - Jul 4, 2012
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
England v Australia at The Oval - Jul 1, 2012
England won by 6 wickets (with 26 balls remaining)
England v Australia at Lord's - Jun 29, 2012
England won by 15 runs
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Jun 29, 2012

Tim Bresnan trapped Michael Clarke lbw, England v Australia, 1st ODI, Lord's, June 29, 2012

Michael Clarke reacts after being given dismissed for 61

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Jun 29, 2012

Tim Bresnan trapped Michael Clarke lbw, England v Australia, 1st ODI, Lord's, June 29, 2012

Tim Bresnan trapped Michael Clarke lbw

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