Pakistan tour of England, 4th ODI: England v Pakistan at Lord's, Sep 20, 2010
Pakistan won by 38 runs
Played at Lord's, London
20 September 2010 - day/night match (50-over match)

Here we go, Tim Bresnan has the new ball. Gosh, another quiet morning then ... I'm Andrew Miller, and I'll be joined by Liam Brickhill if he ever wakes up to the fact this match doesn't start at 2pm ...

12.40pm We are hearing there was some sort of altercation in the nets at the Nursery Ground between Jonathan Trott and Wahab Riaz. Waqar Younis and afridi were called onto the balcony at 12.20pm to discuss. There was some discussion that the toss would be delayed, but it all went ahead in the end. We'll bring you more if we get it

12.25pm Hello and welcome to coverage of the fourth one-day international from Lord's. Sadly, once again, all the talk is about controversy rather than cricket following Ijaz Butt's outburst yesterday. The ECB have responded in forceful manner, so stay tuned for all the latest.

Pakistan have won the toss and decided to bat first. No surprises there, really, with the match finishing under lights later on. "We're concentrating on the cricket," says Afridi. Good luck with that.

Ian Bell has been recalled in place of Ravi Bopara, fresh from his 107 in the CB40 final on this ground two days ago. Pakistan, meanwhile, are unchanged.

England 1 Andrew Strauss, 2 Steve Davies (wk), 3 Jonathan Trott, 4 Ian Bell, 5 Eoin Morgan, 6 Michael Yardy, 7 Luke Wright, 8 Tim Bresnan, 9 Stuart Broad, 10 Graeme Swann, 11 James Anderson

Pakistan 1 Kamran Akmal (wk), 2 Mohammad Hafeez, 3 Asad Shafiq, 4 Mohammad Yousuf, 5 Umar Akmal, 6 Fawad Alam, 7 Shahid Afridi (capt), 8 Abdul Razzaq, 9 Umar Gul, 10 Saeed Ajmal, 11 Shoaib Akhtar

0.1

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, no run, good length delivery on off stump. Defended

0.2

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, no run, pushed into the covers

0.3

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, 1 run, banged in short, slightly down the leg-side, pulled around the corner to deep square leg

0.4

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, outside off, climbing off the seam, cracking delivery

0.5

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 leg bye, on the pads, whipped fine to pick off another single

0.6

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, no run, good splice-rattling finale to the over. Tidy enough opening foray

Well, what a morning. A seriously strong-worded statement, hand-bags in the nets, and Ryan Sidebottom's retirement. Here's Anderson

End of over 1 (2 runs) Pakistan 2/0 (RR: 2.00)

    • Kamran Akmal 1 (4b)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 0 (2b)
    • TT Bresnan 1-0-1-0
1.1

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, outside off, zipping away, a loose poke from Hafeez

1.2

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, cracking double-whammy, a big nipbacker, cracks into the thigh

1.3

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, and that one goes straight on. Hafeez shoulders arms a touch uncertainly, as well he might

1.4

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, on the toes, zipping into the leg-side

1.5

Anderson to Kamran Akmal, no run, good delivery again, Akmal is half-drawn into the stroke as the ball bounces past his edge

1.6

Anderson to Kamran Akmal, no run, another big inducker, and Akmal is thwacked in the bread-basket. Quite a feisty over

End of over 2 (1 run) Pakistan 3/0 (RR: 1.50)

    • Kamran Akmal 1 (6b)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 1 (6b)
    • JM Anderson 1-0-1-0
    • TT Bresnan 1-0-1-0
2.1

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, FOUR, too short, and that's latched onto quickly. Into position early, using the extra bounce in this surface and helped over midwicekt

2.2

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, width outside off, left alone

2.3

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, lovely bowling, anging up the slope then nipping away down it again. Well beaten

2.4

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, more good movement off the surface, and that zips past the edge as well

2.5

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, dabbed back to the bowler off the back foot, Bresnan fields well in one hand, and has a shy at the stumps for good measure

2.6

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, short, and pulled through square leg to keep the strike

End of over 3 (5 runs) Pakistan 8/0 (RR: 2.66)

    • Mohammad Hafeez 6 (12b 1x4)
    • Kamran Akmal 1 (6b)
    • TT Bresnan 2-0-6-0
    • JM Anderson 1-0-1-0
3.1

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, outside off stump, zipping away

3.2

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, good delivery again, a cutter this time, and it rolls past the edge at an appreciably lower velocity (ignore the speedgun - it variably talks nonsense)

3.3

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, jamming back into the pads, worked into space

3.4

Anderson to Kamran Akmal, no run, outside off stump, fizzing away and draws a loose stroke

3.5

Anderson to Kamran Akmal, 1 run, squared up by that one, good length on middle and shaping to off. A thick edge flies safely through third man

3.6

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, that is a total jaffa! Perfect line and length, nibbling back off the pitch and bursting through inside edge, top of pad-flap, and top of middle as well!

End of over 4 (2 runs) Pakistan 10/0 (RR: 2.50)

    • Mohammad Hafeez 7 (16b 1x4)
    • Kamran Akmal 2 (8b)
    • JM Anderson 2-0-3-0
    • TT Bresnan 2-0-6-0
4.1

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, FOUR, whoops. Bresnan feeds Akmal's pads again, and pays the price

4.2

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, no run, better line, outside off, climbing through to the keeper

4.3

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, FOUR, short, and swished through midwicket. Bresnan's length is veering towards the short

4.4

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, no run, fuller this time, and that's lucky for Akmal. A leading edge loops over Bresnan's head and lands safe at short cover

4.5

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, no run, on the pads again, but Akmal misses out this time. And he's annoyed with himself

4.6

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, no run, angling towards leg stump again, but a firm clip ends up hitting short midwicket. Bresnan got away with that a touch

End of over 5 (8 runs) Pakistan 18/0 (RR: 3.60)

    • Kamran Akmal 10 (14b 2x4)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 7 (16b 1x4)
    • TT Bresnan 3-0-14-0
    • JM Anderson 2-0-3-0

"Must be one of the smallest crowds I've seen for an international game at Lord's," says Gnasher. "Ticket sales weren' great, but I wonder if people have voted with their feet?"

5.1

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, good accurate stuff from Anderson. He's dropping it in the right areas, ball after ball these days

5.2

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, fuller and driven, but straight at extra cover

5.3

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, squared up by one that nibbles away late, and bounces. Defended cautiously

5.4

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, wider, and wafted down to third man

5.5

Anderson to Kamran Akmal, FOUR, genuine edge, but it doesn't carry, and Swann at second slip can't deal with an awkward bounce

5.6

Anderson to Kamran Akmal, no run, outside off, through to the keeper. Another fine over from Anderson

End of over 6 (5 runs) Pakistan 23/0 (RR: 3.83)

    • Kamran Akmal 14 (16b 3x4)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 8 (20b 1x4)
    • JM Anderson 3-0-8-0
    • TT Bresnan 3-0-14-0
6.1

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, outside off, a bit of late swing, and that's a good leave as the ball bends past the stumps

6.2

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, 2 runs, poor bowling from Bresnan, he's mostly got away with his leg-side offerings, but he keeps offering them up nonetheless. And that time it's a freebie

6.3

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, better, outside off, defended

6.4

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, that's more like it from Bresnan. He's coming from wide on the crease, so pitching outside off is the spot

6.5

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, lovely ball. Climbs off the deck and slithers past a defensive jab.

6.6

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, good double-whammy. Another fine delivery on off stump, a hint of movement to burst past the edge

End of over 7 (2 runs) Pakistan 25/0 (RR: 3.57)

    • Mohammad Hafeez 10 (26b 1x4)
    • Kamran Akmal 14 (16b 3x4)
    • TT Bresnan 4-0-16-0
    • JM Anderson 3-0-8-0

Time for a change. Here comes Stuart Broad from the pavilion end. Anderson's bowled a fine spell, but England want a wicket. And Broad tends to get those in this format

7.1

Broad to Kamran Akmal, 1 run, worked down to third man

7.2

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, speared into the pads, squeezed out to short midwicket

7.3

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, good bowling again, outside off and beating the edge. There's just a lick of movement in the offing on this pitch

7.4

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, wider of the stumps, no stroke offered

7.5

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, edged, but safe, through the vacant third slip. Off the back foot, and he just fenced at that

7.6

Broad to Kamran Akmal, 1 leg bye, an appeal! Probably the first of the day, which is peculiar given that England's seamers have been in some sort of control. Too high, I reckon. Indeed it is

End of over 8 (3 runs) Pakistan 28/0 (RR: 3.50)

    • Kamran Akmal 15 (18b 3x4)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 11 (30b 1x4)
    • SCJ Broad 1-0-2-0
    • TT Bresnan 4-0-16-0
8.1

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, no run, beats the edge. That's the spot

8.2

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, no run, a flowing drive, but not quite timed. Snaffled as point scampers round to intercept

8.3

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, SIX, a massive blow, and that's been coming from Akmal. Bresnan's angle from off to leg has been inviting a mow over midwicket, but that was expertly played, as Akmal came down the track and outside off to loft it into the stands

8.4

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, 1 wide, outside the tramlines

8.4

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, no run, pushed into the covers

8.5

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, no run, back and across, and defended into the covers

8.6

Bresnan to Kamran Akmal, no run, better delivery, attacking middle from wide of the crease. Punched to short midwicket

End of over 9 (7 runs) Pakistan 35/0 (RR: 3.88)

    • Kamran Akmal 21 (24b 3x4 1x6)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 11 (30b 1x4)
    • TT Bresnan 5-0-23-0
    • SCJ Broad 1-0-2-0
9.1

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, SIX, poor delivery, but expertly dispatched! Way down the leg-side, and lofted off the toes over backward square-leg!

9.2

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, much better, outside off and bending back in. Left alone

9.3

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, cramped for room by a nipbacker. Squirted into the leg-side

9.4

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, swished hard off the toes, and straight to midwicket, where Big Game Belly - and I mean that with no irony anymore, because his innings here the other day for Warwickshire was sublime - intercepts

9.5

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, outside off, and through to the keeper

9.6

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, 3 runs, finds the gap well, in front of square on the leg-side. An expensive over from Broad

That's the end of the first Powerplay, and time to hand over to Liam Brickhill.

End of over 10 (9 runs) Pakistan 44/0 (RR: 4.40)

    • Mohammad Hafeez 20 (36b 1x4 1x6)
    • Kamran Akmal 21 (24b 3x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 2-0-11-0
    • TT Bresnan 5-0-23-0

Thanks Andrew. Decent start from Pakistan, and a change of ends for Anderson as he charges in from the Nursery End

10.1

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, full on off stump, and tapped firmly to cover

10.2

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, Anderson pulls the length back a touch on off stump, this time Hafeez stands tall and punches into the off side

Unsurprisingly, England have opted to use their Powerplay immediately

10.3

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 leg bye, full but slipping down past leg stump as Hafeez is struck on the pad. They steal a leg bye as the ball trickles towards square leg

10.4

Anderson to Kamran Akmal, 1 run, good length from Anderson, but perhaps just slightly too wide of off stump as he's chopped down to third man for an easy single

10.5

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, Hafeez takes a couple of steps down the wicket but Anderson spots him early and bangs it in short on off stump. Hafeez hops up on his toes to get on top of the bounce

10.6

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, FOUR, driven on the up through cover! That is quite a shot, there was nothing wrong with the ball at all but Hafeez just pressed slightly forward, keeping his balance, and pushed his hands firmly through the line. Wouldn't have been out of place in a Test match, that shot

End of over 11 (6 runs) Pakistan 50/0 (RR: 4.54)

    • Mohammad Hafeez 24 (41b 2x4 1x6)
    • Kamran Akmal 22 (25b 3x4 1x6)
    • JM Anderson 4-0-13-0
    • SCJ Broad 2-0-11-0
11.1

Broad to Kamran Akmal, FOUR, Akmal picks up four now! This wasn't quite in the same league as the last shot, but Akmal opened the face of the bat nicely to drive on the up and beat Collingwood at backward point

11.2

Broad to Kamran Akmal, 1 run, full and fast on leg stump, if Broad was going for the yorker he's just missed his mark and Akmal is able to whip him out to deep square for one

11.3

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, that's closer to the yorker! But well dug out by Hafeez. That ball may also have just wobbled in through the air slightly

11.4

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, slower ball from Broad, full on off stump. Hafeez tucks to midwicket, picking out the fielder

11.5

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, back of a length on off stump, pushed into the covers off the back foot

11.6

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, bang on target from Broad, that would've clipped the top of off stump if Hafeez hadn't kept it out with a vertical defensive bat

End of over 12 (5 runs) Pakistan 55/0 (RR: 4.58)

    • Mohammad Hafeez 24 (45b 2x4 1x6)
    • Kamran Akmal 27 (27b 4x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 3-0-16-0
    • JM Anderson 4-0-13-0
12.1

Anderson to Kamran Akmal, 1 run, Anderson slips onto leg stump, and is duly glanced down to fine leg for one

12.2

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, that was very close! Huge appeal for lbw from Anderson, Kettleborough has a very long look and eventually says no. Good decision, that looked plumb on first viewing but replays show it rising over leg stump. Hafeez survives

12.3

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, full on off stump, driven carefully into the covers. Though he looks to be in decent touch, Hafeez hasn't rotated the strike all that well today

There are reports emerging that Jonathan Trott had Wahab Riaz by the throat during the "altercation" in the nets

12.4

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, FOUR, slapped up and over cover! Stand and deliver from Hafeez as he thrashes this over extra cover. Not a wild shot though, controlled aggression

12.5

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, good batting, he follows that up with a single into the leg side

12.6

Anderson to Kamran Akmal, no run, Anderson goes full on off stump, Akmal is only half forward as he tries to drive down the ground and inside edges the shot onto his pad

End of over 13 (6 runs) Pakistan 61/0 (RR: 4.69)

    • Kamran Akmal 28 (29b 4x4 1x6)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 29 (49b 3x4 1x6)
    • JM Anderson 5-0-19-0
    • SCJ Broad 3-0-16-0
13.1

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, good running again. Hafeez tapped it softly towards mid-on, and the ball was rolling slowly enough for there to be time for a quick single. The call came straight away too

13.2

Broad to Kamran Akmal, no run, full outside off and driven to cover point. No timing in the shot though

13.3

Broad to Kamran Akmal, no run, short on off stump, Kamran ducks underneath it. He's unhappy as he stands up, Pakistan's 12th man was walking right past the screen behind Broad's arm! He's smiling now though

13.4

Broad to Kamran Akmal, OUT, short, top-edged and a simple catch at square leg! That's not the first time Kamran has fallen in this fashion on this tour - it was similar to both his dismissals in the Cardiff Twenty20s. The ball rose up more sharply than he expected, and though it looked as though he was trying to hook in the air, he's undone by the quick, short ball

Kamran Akmal c Strauss b Broad 28 (53m 32b 4x4 1x6) SR: 87.50

13.5

Broad to Asad Shafiq, no run, bouncer again from Broad! Welcome to the crease Shafiq. To be fair, that was very short indeed and Shafiq didn't have too much trouble getting underneath it

13.6

Broad to Asad Shafiq, no run, length on off stump, Shafiq presses half forward and defends to point

End of over 14 (1 run) Pakistan 62/1 (RR: 4.42)

    • Asad Shafiq 0 (2b)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 30 (50b 3x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 4-0-17-1
    • JM Anderson 5-0-19-0
14.1

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, now, was this just sneaking down the leg side as well? Hafeez is struck on the pad and Anderson launches an emotive appeal. Kettleborough has a good look and turns the appeal down - again a very good decision as replays show

14.2

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, beaten on the outside edge! Anderson moved the last one in to him, but jags this one sharply away and Hafeez is lucky not to get a touch on that

14.3

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, pushed defensively to cover

14.4

Anderson to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 leg bye, off the thigh pad and down to Broad at fine leg ... he fires in a throw but it's well wide of the stumps. Good backing up saves overthrows

14.5

Anderson to Asad Shafiq, 4 leg byes, again a length delivery flicks the thigh pad, but this time goes very fine to fine leg. Though it's rolling up the hill it's got enough on it to beat the field

14.6

Anderson to Asad Shafiq, no run, full and straight, cautiously defended into the leg side

End of over 15 (5 runs, maiden) Pakistan 67/1 (RR: 4.46)

    • Asad Shafiq 0 (4b)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 30 (54b 3x4 1x6)
    • JM Anderson 6-1-19-0
    • SCJ Broad 4-0-17-1

Right, that's the end of the second Powerplay. Broad to continue

15.1

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, slower through the air from Broad, but picked up early and defended to cover

15.2

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, Hafeez comes forward and taps to cover

15.3

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, bouncer from Broad, ballooning up and over Hafeez as he buckles his knees to get underneath it

15.4

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, short again, not the bouncer but rising up towards the chest in nasty fashion. Hafeez is late on the pull but picks up one as the ball rolls to midwicket

15.5

Broad to Asad Shafiq, no run, pace and bounce outside off stump! Badly played by Shafiq as well, he just stood at the crease and thrust his bat out to be beaten on the outside edge

15.6

Broad to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, that's better from Shafiq, this time he gets the feet moving and nudges the back of a length delivery down to third man

End of over 16 (2 runs) Pakistan 69/1 (RR: 4.31)

    • Asad Shafiq 1 (6b)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 31 (58b 3x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 5-0-19-1
    • JM Anderson 6-1-19-0

First sign of spin from England today, and it'll be Michael Yardy. He may well find some purchase on this dry surface

16.1

Yardy to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, tossed up on off stump from round the wicket to start, watchfully driven to cover

16.2

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, dragged down short, but keeping a touch low and Hafeez can't do much with that, mistiming a pull out to deep square

16.3

Yardy to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, again just a bit too short from Yardy, and he's punched out to deep cover

16.4

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, dropped by Yardy, but that was a very tough chance! He held this one back and Hafeez was too early in the drive. The ball flew back wide of Yardy, and though he leapt athletically to his left and got a hand to it he couldn't hold on

16.5

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, driven wide of mid-on, and they take a quick single

16.6

Yardy to Asad Shafiq, no run, solid defence from Shafiq to finish the over

Well, already some signs in that over that the slow bowlers may enjoy this wicket

End of over 17 (4 runs) Pakistan 73/1 (RR: 4.29)

    • Asad Shafiq 3 (9b)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 33 (61b 3x4 1x6)
    • MH Yardy 1-0-4-0
    • SCJ Broad 5-0-19-1
17.1

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, a length delivery on middle and leg is nudged straight to midwicket

17.2

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, again Broad slips towards leg stump, this time Hafeez picks up a single through square leg

17.3

Broad to Asad Shafiq, no run, fast and rising on off stump, Shafiq extends himself to his full height and chops down to gully

17.4

Broad to Asad Shafiq, 2 runs, back of a length again, this time the ball hits the seam and jags in to the hip. Flicked down to fine leg - long leg is quite wide and so they're back for the second

17.5

Broad to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, very similar delivery from Broad, again Shafiq glances him into the leg side but this time it's just the one

17.6

Broad to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, width offered outside off, and Hafeez is annoyed with himself for not making more of that. He cuts, but without much intent and straight to point

And out come the drinks. Umpire Kettleborough has already had a few decisions to make today, and he's done well. Pete is clearly impressed: "Kettleborough really is an excellent umpire - I'm always impressed when he umpires domestic games that I'm watching because he so rarely makes a mistake and he's good with the players."

End of over 18 (4 runs) Pakistan 77/1 (RR: 4.27)

    • Mohammad Hafeez 34 (64b 3x4 1x6)
    • Asad Shafiq 6 (12b)
    • SCJ Broad 6-0-23-1
    • MH Yardy 1-0-4-0
18.1

Yardy to Asad Shafiq, no run, full just outside off, angled down behind square on the off side

18.2

Yardy to Asad Shafiq, 1 run, pulled down to short by Yardy, Shafiq is back and across in a flash to slap this out to deep cover

18.3

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, 2 runs, chipped drive over extra cover! But Bresnan does really well on the ropes, charging round to cut that off

18.4

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, tip-and-run into the leg side

Lots of emails about the Trott-Wahab incident. We'll try to bring an update as and when we understand more about the incident. In the meantime, this from Bash: "Trott went after the wrong bloke really, should have grabbed Ijaz Butt's neck...then he would have most of Pakistan supporting him too!"

18.5

Yardy to Asad Shafiq, no run, sliding on with the arm, and Shafiq inside edges onto his front pad as he comes forward to drive

18.6

Yardy to Asad Shafiq, FOUR, tickled down to fine leg! Arrowed towards leg stump by Yardy - who comes from a very wide angle round the wicket - and Shafiq just needed to get a touch on that

End of over 19 (8 runs) Pakistan 85/1 (RR: 4.47)

    • Asad Shafiq 11 (16b 1x4)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 37 (66b 3x4 1x6)
    • MH Yardy 2-0-12-0
    • SCJ Broad 6-0-23-1

Spin from both ends now - here's Graeme Swann

19.1

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, spin straight away for Swann, and Hafeez is cramped for room as he backs to leg and tries to cut behind point

19.2

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, exploratory appeal from Swann as Hafeez comes forward to the offspinner, which spins in sharply, and is struck on the pad. Inside edge though, and not given

19.3

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, nudged to midwicket for a quick single

19.4

Swann to Asad Shafiq, no run, Shafiq hangs back and chops to short third man

19.5

Swann to Asad Shafiq, OUT, bowled, and Shafiq didn't have a clue! Classic offspinner's dismissal, drifting full and wide of off to invite the drive, dipping and spinning in sharply to clatter into the stumps. Shafiq has been outclassed here, but he didn't give himself the best chance either - that was a very loose drive. Swann's first over penchant continues!

Asad Shafiq b Swann 11 (24m 18b 1x4 0x6) SR: 61.11

19.6

Swann to Mohammad Yousuf, 1 run, quicker through the air from Swann, but he's also pulled this down to short and Yousuf is in no trouble whipping to midwicket to get off the mark

End of over 20 (2 runs) Pakistan 87/2 (RR: 4.35)

    • Mohammad Yousuf 1 (1b)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 38 (69b 3x4 1x6)
    • GP Swann 1-0-2-1
    • MH Yardy 2-0-12-0
20.1

Yardy to Mohammad Yousuf, 1 run, good placement from Yousuf, driving and beating extra cover. Still just the one though, as long-off charges round and Yousuf's legs aren't warmed up to push for a hard second just yet

20.2

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, 2 runs, premeditated paddle-sweep from Hafeez, and a slight fumble at fine leg allows them back for the second

20.3

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, pushed down to long-on for an ambled one

20.4

Yardy to Mohammad Yousuf, 1 run, Yousuf stays very deep in the crease and punches into the gap at point

20.5

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, backfoot drive from Hafeez, but straight to extra cover

20.6

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, the ball takes the inside edge as Hafeez presses forward in defence, and he picks up a single as it rolls between square leg and midwicket

End of over 21 (6 runs) Pakistan 93/2 (RR: 4.42)

    • Mohammad Hafeez 42 (73b 3x4 1x6)
    • Mohammad Yousuf 3 (3b)
    • MH Yardy 3-0-18-0
    • GP Swann 1-0-2-1
21.1

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, Hafeez looks for the nudged single intothe leg side, but finds midwicket

21.2

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, better placement this time, as he pushes through square leg. Yousuf almost charges through for what would've been a suicidal single, but is quickly sent back

21.3

Swann to Mohammad Yousuf, no run, spinning in sharply from outside off, defended to leg

21.4

Swann to Mohammad Yousuf, no run, Yousuf stretches well forward to smother the spin, again this has gripped and turned, taking the inside edge

21.5

Swann to Mohammad Yousuf, OUT, Swann strikes again! Yousuf is caught behind, great piece of bowling from Swann. The two balls previously both spun in sharply, but this was the arm ball and rushed straight on. Yousuf may well have picked that, and was shaping to dab to third man, but a touch of extra bounce meant the ball kissed the outside edge and nestled safely in Davies' gloves

Mohammad Yousuf c †Davies b Swann 3 (4m 6b 0x4 0x6) SR: 50.00

Here's Fawad Alam, one of the architects of Pakistan's win at The Oval where he top-scored with 64

Swann will come round the wicket to the left-hander

21.6

Swann to Fawad Alam, no run, loose drive from Alam, and he's easily beaten first ball as Swann finds turn and bounce outside off

End of over 22 (1 run) Pakistan 94/3 (RR: 4.27)

    • Fawad Alam 0 (1b)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 43 (75b 3x4 1x6)
    • GP Swann 2-0-3-2
    • MH Yardy 3-0-18-0
22.1

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, Yardy finds some turn too as he holds this one back on off stump, but Hafeez watched it carefully and punched into the off side

22.2

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, tapped into the gap at cover, and they charge through for a quick single

The field comes up for the new batsman, strong inner ring now

22.3

Yardy to Fawad Alam, no run, Alam goes back and across and forces to point

22.4

Yardy to Fawad Alam, no run, driven straight to mid-off, not timed. Yardy has stayed round the wicket to Alam

22.5

Yardy to Fawad Alam, no run, speared in on middle and leg, Alam clips but again can't beat the field at midwicket

The field spreads now, singles on offer

22.6

Yardy to Fawad Alam, 1 run, and Alam duly takes the one, pushing out to deep cover to stay on strike

End of over 23 (2 runs) Pakistan 96/3 (RR: 4.17)

    • Fawad Alam 1 (5b)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 44 (77b 3x4 1x6)
    • MH Yardy 4-0-20-0
    • GP Swann 2-0-3-2
23.1

Swann to Fawad Alam, 1 run, tossed up outside off, but again Alam stays back - which seems to be a feature of his play to the spinners - and cuts to backward point

23.2

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, floated up temptingly by Swann, Hafeez takes the bait, coming down the track, but doesn't quite get to it and drives straight back to Swann

23.3

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, spinning in from off stump, Hafeez hops back and glances behind square on the leg side

Slip is in for Alam

23.4

Swann to Fawad Alam, 1 run, tossed up very full on leg stump, Alam doesn't quite look at ease yet, but manages to clip to square leg

23.5

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, again really flighted by Swann, probably the slowest ball he's yet bowled. Hafeez stretches down into a paddles sweep but is deceived in the flight

23.6

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, speared in much quicker, and Hafeez is hurried in defence

End of over 24 (3 runs) Pakistan 99/3 (RR: 4.12)

    • Mohammad Hafeez 45 (81b 3x4 1x6)
    • Fawad Alam 3 (7b)
    • GP Swann 3-0-6-2
    • MH Yardy 4-0-20-0

Field comes up again for Alam

24.1

Yardy to Fawad Alam, no run, cut hard, but straight to point. Good pressure being applied to the new batsman

24.2

Yardy to Fawad Alam, no run, driven straight back to the bowler

24.3

Yardy to Fawad Alam, no run, a touch slower through the air, Alam comes forward and defends back down the track

24.4

Yardy to Fawad Alam, no run, Yardy is changing his pace up every ball here, this one is much quicker and Alam is beaten for pace and struck on the thigh

24.5

Yardy to Fawad Alam, 1 run, Alam finally finds a chink in the field, opening the face of the bat to pick up one to short third man. There's Pakistan's 100 too

24.6

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, full on off stump, Hafeez gets right across and nudges to square leg

End of over 25 (2 runs) Pakistan 101/3 (RR: 4.04)

    • Mohammad Hafeez 46 (82b 3x4 1x6)
    • Fawad Alam 4 (12b)
    • MH Yardy 5-0-22-0
    • GP Swann 3-0-6-2
25.1

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, Hafeez bends into a premeditated sweep and sends the ball down to fine leg, hitting with the spin

25.2

Swann to Fawad Alam, no run, tossed up on middle and leg, Alam defends somewhat awkwardly

25.3

Swann to Fawad Alam, no run, rushing straight on with the arm from round the wicket! Alam didn't quite pick that up but manages to get some bat on it and keep it out

25.4

Swann to Fawad Alam, no run, too short from Swann, but Alam tries to hit this way too hard and ends up mistiming it straight to mid-on

25.5

Swann to Fawad Alam, no run, cramped for room again, no run on offer

25.6

Swann to Fawad Alam, 3 runs, a hint of width outside off, slapped out to deep cover

And here's Andrew Miller. What ho

End of over 26 (4 runs) Pakistan 105/3 (RR: 4.03)

    • Fawad Alam 7 (17b)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 47 (83b 3x4 1x6)
    • GP Swann 4-0-10-2
    • MH Yardy 5-0-22-0
26.1

Yardy to Fawad Alam, FOUR, short, wide, slapped. That wasn't a good ball, and it was duly punished

26.2

Yardy to Fawad Alam, 3 runs, fuller and better from Yardy, but more valuable runs as that sneaks off the edge and down towards third man. Intended or otherwise, it did the trick

26.3

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, full face of the bat, eased up to mid-on

26.4

Yardy to Fawad Alam, 1 run, slower and fuller, looped into the blockhole, and defended to cover

26.5

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, good work in this over, milking the singles after a strong start. One more to mid-on

26.6

Yardy to Fawad Alam, no run, outside off from over the wicket, nudged to short square leg, but no single there

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End of over 27 (10 runs) Pakistan 115/3 (RR: 4.25)

    • Fawad Alam 15 (21b 1x4)
    • Mohammad Hafeez 49 (85b 3x4 1x6)
    • MH Yardy 6-0-32-0
    • GP Swann 4-0-10-2
27.1

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, 2 runs, slashed out to point and that is Hafeez's fifty. Well played. A solid anchor, but he needs to make it a big one

27.2

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, one more to the total

27.3

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, flicked over the shoulder, not quite Dilshan-style, down to fine leg

27.4

Swann to Fawad Alam, 1 run, full and straight, worked into the covers

27.5

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, jabbed out to midwicket

27.6

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, FOUR, swept, and swept hard. That's a superb strike, and it blasts through square leg

End of over 28 (8 runs) Pakistan 123/3 (RR: 4.39)

    • Mohammad Hafeez 56 (90b 4x4 1x6)
    • Fawad Alam 16 (22b 1x4)
    • GP Swann 5-0-18-2
    • MH Yardy 6-0-32-0
28.1

Yardy to Fawad Alam, no run

28.2

Yardy to Fawad Alam, 1 run, a slashing inside-edge, misses the stumps. That was a touch lucky

28.3

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, reverse sweep, well executed, not so well directed

28.4

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, more conventional nurdle, picks the gap at midwicket

28.5

Yardy to Fawad Alam, 1 run, too short again, but the cover sweeper tidies up

28.6

Yardy to Mohammad Hafeez, FOUR, excellent accelerating work from Hafeez. Once again the last ball of the over zooms away for four, this time over the covers. Two steps and an inside-out bosh

End of over 29 (7 runs) Pakistan 130/3 (RR: 4.48)

    • Mohammad Hafeez 61 (93b 5x4 1x6)
    • Fawad Alam 18 (25b 1x4)
    • MH Yardy 7-0-39-0
    • GP Swann 5-0-18-2
29.1

Swann to Fawad Alam, no run, dabbed out to cover, off the back foot

29.2

Swann to Fawad Alam, no run, good delivery, sharp spin from off stump, that beats the edge

29.3

Swann to Fawad Alam, no run, a crazy quick single to short cover, but Hafeez turns it down instantly, and just as well. Good call

29.4

Swann to Fawad Alam, 1 run, quicker delivery, strikes the pad, via a bit of bat

29.5

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, cramped for room as he advances down the track. Swann saw him coming

29.6

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, dabbed to midwicket, slightly lofted but always safe

End of over 30 (2 runs) Pakistan 132/3 (RR: 4.40)

    • Mohammad Hafeez 62 (95b 5x4 1x6)
    • Fawad Alam 19 (29b 1x4)
    • GP Swann 6-0-20-2
    • MH Yardy 7-0-39-0

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30.1

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, patted into the covers, off the back foot

30.2

Bresnan to Fawad Alam, 1 run, lots of movement at the crease, but Bresnan keeps it straightish, and it's dabbed down to third man

30.3

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, 1 run, quick work on the single, defended down into the crease

30.4

Bresnan to Fawad Alam, no run, open face, steered to Collingwood at backward point

30.5

Bresnan to Fawad Alam, 1 run, short, not a bad bouncer, but well middled out to the sweeper at midwicket

30.6

Bresnan to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, steered out to gully off the back foot

End of over 31 (4 runs) Pakistan 136/3 (RR: 4.38)

    • Mohammad Hafeez 64 (98b 5x4 1x6)
    • Fawad Alam 21 (32b 1x4)
    • TT Bresnan 6-0-27-0
    • GP Swann 6-0-20-2
31.1

Swann to Fawad Alam, no run, outside off, dabbed to gully

31.2

Swann to Fawad Alam, no run, kept under the cosh by a tight line on off stump

31.3

Swann to Fawad Alam, 1 run, works the single, but this is solid bowling from Swann. Subtle variations in pace and flight, but rarely straying in line or length

31.4

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, no run, looped onto tbe bootlaces, worked to short midwicket

31.5

Swann to Mohammad Hafeez, OUT, there's the breakthrough, and you have to say that was coming. Round the wicket, Hafeez went to mow over midwicket, a big top-edge to Trott at gully. The end of a good innings, but Pakistan wanted more from their set batsman

Mohammad Hafeez c Trott b Swann 64 (122m 100b 5x4 1x6) SR: 64.00

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31.6

Swann to Umar Akmal, 1 wide, sharp spin down the leg-side. Not a lot Swann could do about the fact that that did too much. Except put fewer revs on it, I guess ...

31.6

Swann to Umar Akmal, no run, better line and length, to complete a successful over

End of over 32 (2 runs) Pakistan 138/4 (RR: 4.31)

    • Umar Akmal 0 (1b)
    • Fawad Alam 22 (35b 1x4)
    • GP Swann 7-0-22-3
    • TT Bresnan 6-0-27-0
32.1

Bresnan to Fawad Alam, 2 runs, driven off the back foot, and that's a bit off frustration for Bresnan as a loose shy from the covers gifts an overthrow

32.2

Bresnan to Fawad Alam, no run, tucked up on off stump, on the back foot

32.3

Bresnan to Fawad Alam, 1 run, deflected down to backward point. Alam likes that area

32.4

Bresnan to Umar Akmal, 1 run, opens the face to flick a single down to third man

32.5

Bresnan to Fawad Alam, no run, worked out to point with a shuffle of footwork

Akmal earns himself a bit of a talking-to about his running between the wickets there

32.6

Bresnan to Fawad Alam, no run, good delivery to complete the over, full length and cramping any attempt at improvisation

End of over 33 (4 runs) Pakistan 142/4 (RR: 4.30)

    • Fawad Alam 25 (40b 1x4)
    • Umar Akmal 1 (2b)
    • TT Bresnan 7-0-31-0
    • GP Swann 7-0-22-3
33.1

Swann to Umar Akmal, 1 run, turned off the hip

33.2

Swann to Fawad Alam, 1 run, looped onto the toes, clipped to deep midwicket

33.3

Swann to Umar Akmal, 1 run, turning from off, straightening nicely, tapped to gully

33.4

Swann to Fawad Alam, no run, cut firmly, but swept up at backward point

33.5

Swann to Fawad Alam, no run, tight and straight

33.6

Swann to Fawad Alam, no run, pushed into the off side, another tidy over

End of over 34 (3 runs) Pakistan 145/4 (RR: 4.26)

    • Fawad Alam 26 (44b 1x4)
    • Umar Akmal 3 (4b)
    • GP Swann 8-0-25-3
    • TT Bresnan 7-0-31-0

The mandatory ball-change has taken place - and what a nonsense that is ... can't they just find a ball that keeps its colour throughout? In fairness, they are looking into it as we speak. But I digress. Here comes Colly and his cutters. Good move, I reckon

34.1

Collingwood to Umar Akmal, no run, outside off, good line, good length, beats the edge

34.2

Collingwood to Umar Akmal, no run, attempted cut, but a bit of extra bounce there. Beats the edge

34.3

Collingwood to Umar Akmal, 3 leg byes, nibbling down the leg-side, helped off the pads, and a good diving interception at fine leg saves a single

34.4

Collingwood to Fawad Alam, 1 run, up into the blockhole, driven firmly into the covers

34.5

Collingwood to Umar Akmal, no run, good ball again, climbing outside off stump and hitting the keepers' gloves with a satisfying "woomph"

34.6

Collingwood to Umar Akmal, no run, defended. A fine over, if you excuse those three extras

End of over 35 (4 runs) Pakistan 149/4 (RR: 4.25)

    • Umar Akmal 3 (9b)
    • Fawad Alam 27 (45b 1x4)
    • PD Collingwood 1-0-1-0
    • GP Swann 8-0-25-3
35.1

Swann to Fawad Alam, 1 run, short, and cut out to the cover sweeper

35.2

Swann to Umar Akmal, no run, nowhere to go with that delivery

35.3

Swann to Umar Akmal, no run, tapped to cover, looks for the single, but nothing doing there

35.4

Swann to Umar Akmal, 1 run, hangs back in the crease, and a tentative poke to third man

35.5

Swann to Fawad Alam, no run, lovely ball, extra air and sharp spin, beats the edge of a loose nurdle

35.6

Swann to Fawad Alam, no run, down on the sweep, and that's hit Alam on the helmet! Swann appeals for the sake of it, but that must have been going over. He's not that short!

End of over 36 (2 runs) Pakistan 151/4 (RR: 4.19)

    • Fawad Alam 28 (48b 1x4)
    • Umar Akmal 4 (12b)
    • GP Swann 9-0-27-3
    • PD Collingwood 1-0-1-0
36.1

Collingwood to Umar Akmal, 1 run, nudged off the hip to square leg

36.2

Collingwood to Fawad Alam, 2 leg byes, a massive mow across the line, hits the keeper and deflects to fine leg

36.3

Collingwood to Fawad Alam, no run, drawn forward and pushed to cover

36.4

Collingwood to Fawad Alam, 1 run, flashed out to cover, tidied up in the deep

36.5

Collingwood to Umar Akmal, no run, in the blockhole, picked up at cover

36.6

Collingwood to Umar Akmal, no run, defended hastily on the back foot, collected at midwicket

And that will be Drinks. Collingwood's introduction has helped to delay Pakistan's acceleration. But they've got a few big hitters to help hoist this total towards the 230-plus they'd have envisaged at the toss

End of over 37 (4 runs) Pakistan 155/4 (RR: 4.18)

    • Umar Akmal 5 (15b)
    • Fawad Alam 29 (51b 1x4)
    • PD Collingwood 2-0-3-0
    • GP Swann 9-0-27-3
37.1

Swann to Fawad Alam, OUT, first ball after the resumption, and Swann has nailed Alam's middle stump! Beautiful delivery, tossed up, pitching perfectly and spinning just enough. Alam was anchored on the back foot, and in no position to attack that

Fawad Alam b Swann 29 (54m 52b 1x4 0x6) SR: 55.76

Here comes the skipper. This is his 300th match, as it happens. And Swann has 50 international wickets this summer ....

37.2

Swann to Shahid Afridi, no run, an appeal! Afridi is sweeping, and outside the line

37.3

Swann to Shahid Afridi, 1 run, a measured drive, on the up and over the vacant mid-on, who has dropped back to the boundary, understandably enough

37.4

Swann to Umar Akmal, 1 run, waiting on the back foot, and nurdled to midwicket

37.5

Swann to Shahid Afridi, 2 runs, flicked round the corner, good running brings two to square leg

37.6

Swann to Shahid Afridi, SIX, Swann's finals take a dent from the last ball of his spell! A massive swipe, straight into the member's enclosure, where one dozing spectator has been clobbered on the head!

Ouch. He's bleeding, as his mate asks him to pose for a photo! Great spell though

End of over 38 (10 runs) Pakistan 165/5 (RR: 4.34)

    • Shahid Afridi 9 (4b 1x6)
    • Umar Akmal 6 (16b)
    • GP Swann 10-0-37-4
    • PD Collingwood 2-0-3-0
38.1

Collingwood to Umar Akmal, no run, nurdled off the pads

38.2

Collingwood to Umar Akmal, 1 run, good delivery, rising on off stump, could have been a tight call there, but there was a fumble in the covers

38.3

Collingwood to Shahid Afridi, 1 run, whipped past short midwicket

38.4

Collingwood to Umar Akmal, no run, nips off the seam, hits the pads, deflects into the covers

38.5

Collingwood to Umar Akmal, 1 run, pushed out to cover

38.6

Collingwood to Shahid Afridi, FOUR, cracking improvisation, down on one knee, helped through backward square. Good tempo now from Pakistan

End of over 39 (7 runs) Pakistan 172/5 (RR: 4.41)

    • Shahid Afridi 14 (6b 1x4 1x6)
    • Umar Akmal 8 (20b)
    • PD Collingwood 3-0-10-0
    • GP Swann 10-0-37-4

Here comes Stuart Broad. England could do with a wicket as Pakistan look well set for a challenging total

39.1

Broad to Umar Akmal, no run, cor, how did that miss? Keeps low on off stump, and just grazes past

39.2

Broad to Umar Akmal, 1 run, it's all happening! Blocked into the crease, the ball rolls back and actually hits the stumps, but doesn't dislodge the bail, the batsmen rush through, and Collingwood tries to kick his way to a run-out, but fails

39.3

Broad to Shahid Afridi, FOUR, genuine edge, Davies flies to his right in vain! No slip at this stage

39.4

Broad to Shahid Afridi, FOUR, banged in short, and Boom Boom blazes that one in front of square. He's batting like a man with a personal vendetta to settle

Maybe he thinks the ball is Ijaz Butt?

39.5

Broad to Shahid Afridi, no run, slower ball, outside off. Beats the stroke

39.6

Broad to Shahid Afridi, 1 run, short, dabbed down to third man, the end of a productive over for Pakistan

Here's Liam Brickhill to wrap up the innings

End of over 40 (10 runs) Pakistan 182/5 (RR: 4.55)

    • Shahid Afridi 23 (10b 3x4 1x6)
    • Umar Akmal 9 (22b)
    • SCJ Broad 7-0-33-1
    • PD Collingwood 3-0-10-0

Thanks Andrew. Pakistan are probably still under-par for this pitch, but if Afridi can stick around and take the attack to England they could get up to a pretty competitive score here.

40.1

Anderson to Shahid Afridi, no run, that looked like the offcutter to start with, a touch of extra bounce and Afridi is struck on the glove as he looks to tap into the off side

The glove is off now and the physio is out to give him some attention. A 'magic spray' of some sort is sure to appear ... Right, he's up again, on comes the glove and BoomBoom is good to continue

40.2

Anderson to Shahid Afridi, 1 run, short from Anderson, Afridi seemed to lose sight of this as it rose up at him. He tried a front-foot heave to leg, but the ball strike the splice and - luckily for him - fell safely in no-man's land at midwicket

40.3

Anderson to Umar Akmal, no run, back of a length, chopped down to backward point

Umar has not been his aggressive self so far in this innings. Perhaps just looking to play himself in before he joins Afridi in the assault. He's not got much time though

40.4

Anderson to Umar Akmal, 1 run, steered down to third man for one

40.5

Anderson to Shahid Afridi, 2 runs, legcutter from Anderson, and he gets the ball to grip and move away. Afridi was looking to guide this down through the vacant slip cordon and the movement meant it went slightly finer than he was aiming

40.6

Anderson to Shahid Afridi, no run, massive swipe outside off to a slower ball, but a swing-and-a-miss for Afridi

End of over 41 (4 runs) Pakistan 186/5 (RR: 4.53)

    • Shahid Afridi 26 (14b 3x4 1x6)
    • Umar Akmal 10 (24b)
    • JM Anderson 7-1-23-0
    • SCJ Broad 7-0-33-1
41.1

Bresnan to Umar Akmal, no run, Umar steps right away to leg as Bresnan slips the slower offcutter well wide of off. The ball was within the umpire's guidelines for a wide though, good bowling

41.2

Bresnan to Umar Akmal, no run, Umar is not himself today, slashing flat-footed at a length delivery from Bresnan to be beaten on the outside edge

41.3

Bresnan to Umar Akmal, 1 run, length again from Bresnan, and sliced down to third man for one

Afridi is sizing up the leg side here ...

41.4

Bresnan to Shahid Afridi, 1 run, ... but he doesn't try anything too expansive just yet, tapping into the off side for a quick single

41.5

Bresnan to Umar Akmal, 1 run, short outside off, Umar cuts out to deep cover

41.6

Bresnan to Shahid Afridi, SIX, that's more like it! Another offcutter from Bresnan but it's misdirected down the leg side - a 'hit-me' long-hop. Afridi picked up the line and length early, stepping to off and lifting this right over long leg! Bad delivery from Bresnan, and well-struck from Afridi

End of over 42 (9 runs) Pakistan 195/5 (RR: 4.64)

    • Shahid Afridi 33 (16b 3x4 2x6)
    • Umar Akmal 12 (28b)
    • TT Bresnan 8-0-40-0
    • JM Anderson 7-1-23-0
42.1

Anderson to Umar Akmal, no run, Umar tries to launch this over midwicket but a thick inside edge sends the ball flying just past his off stump. Davies does really well behind the stumps to cut the ball off, diving to his left

42.2

Anderson to Umar Akmal, FOUR, finally Umar finds the boundary! Anderson offered him some width outside off and he accepted, cutting hard to beat backward point and third man sprinting round the boundary

42.3

Anderson to Umar Akmal, no run, outside off! Great line from Anderson, nibbling around just outside off and a half-hearted push from Umar is easily beaten

42.4

Anderson to Umar Akmal, no run, another cutter from Anderson - almost entirely slower cutters from him at this stage - and Umar can't do much with it

42.5

Anderson to Umar Akmal, no run, Umar tries to run a length delivery down to third man, but chops to backward point

42.6

Anderson to Umar Akmal, 2 runs, wild swing from Umar, the ball goes absolutely miles up in the air and three fielders converge at midwicket ... Trott was the closest to it but he couldn't quite get to it! Umar survives

End of over 43 (6 runs) Pakistan 201/5 (RR: 4.67)

    • Umar Akmal 18 (34b 1x4)
    • Shahid Afridi 33 (16b 3x4 2x6)
    • JM Anderson 8-1-29-0
    • TT Bresnan 8-0-40-0
43.1

Broad to Shahid Afridi, 1 wide, cross-seamed bouncer from Broad first up ... but that's too short, ballooning well over Afridi's head and called wide. Broad is not happy but that's a good call from Doctrove, an obvious wide

43.1

Broad to Shahid Afridi, 1 run, low full toss this time, slanting towards leg stump and Afridi clips him out to midwicket for one

43.2

Broad to Umar Akmal, 1 run, effort ball from Broad, full and fast outside off. Umar guides him down to third man ... but then runs right across the 'danger area' on the wicket to receive a ticking off from Umpire Doctrove

43.3

Broad to Shahid Afridi, 2 runs, thumped along the ground out to midwicket, and quick running gets them two. Umar runs well wide of the wicket this time!

43.4

Broad to Shahid Afridi, no run, nasty, rising delivery outside off! That has burst off a length to beat the edge of Afridi's attempted dab to third man

43.5

Broad to Shahid Afridi, 1 run, drilled down to long-on for one

43.6

Broad to Umar Akmal, 1 run, back of a length and fast from Broad, Umar hops and drops the ball down towards point and they steal a quick single

End of over 44 (7 runs) Pakistan 208/5 (RR: 4.72)

    • Umar Akmal 20 (36b 1x4)
    • Shahid Afridi 37 (20b 3x4 2x6)
    • SCJ Broad 8-0-40-1
    • JM Anderson 8-1-29-0

Still no sign of the batting Powerplay - they're going to have to take it next over now. Bresnan with the ball

44.1

Bresnan to Umar Akmal, no run, slower ball, full on off stump. Umar, inexplicably, defends back down the track. Surely the time has come to attack?

44.2

Bresnan to Umar Akmal, 1 leg bye, the ball comes off the thigh pad and goes to short fine leg, Afridi calls him through to get back on strike

44.3

Bresnan to Shahid Afridi, no run, yorker from Bresnan, but well dug out by Afridi - drilled back to the bowler, who sticks out a big right hand to cut it off

44.4

Bresnan to Shahid Afridi, OUT, Afridi falls! One over away from the Powerplay, he tries to launch a slower ball over long-on, but gets underneath it and Strauss runs in from wide long-on to hold a regulation catch

Shahid Afridi c Strauss b Bresnan 37 (36m 22b 3x4 2x6) SR: 168.18

That wicket will hurt Pakistan, they really needed Afridi to push on in the closing overs. But Umar's struggles with the bat meant all the pressure was on him

44.5

Bresnan to Umar Akmal, 1 run, back of a length, tip-and-run as the ball is tapped to midwicket

44.6

Bresnan to Abdul Razzaq, no run, length delivery, fast and right on off stump. Razzaq has just arrived at the crease and all he can do first ball is keep that out!

End of over 45 (2 runs) Pakistan 210/6 (RR: 4.66)

    • Abdul Razzaq 0 (1b)
    • Umar Akmal 21 (39b 1x4)
    • TT Bresnan 9-0-41-1
    • SCJ Broad 8-0-40-1

Five overs remain, and Pakistan now have to take their Powerplay. Men out at fine leg, deep square leg and deep midwicket

45.1

Broad to Umar Akmal, OUT, Broad strikes with the bouncer once again! Short and fast on off stump, Umar tried to hook but was in no position to play the shot. A steepling top-edge went straight up, and Davies held a good catch. The end of a very scratchy innings from Umar, he never looked at ease

Umar Akmal c †Davies b Broad 21 (62m 40b 1x4 0x6) SR: 52.50

45.2

Broad to Abdul Razzaq, no run, length delivery on middle, Razzaq stays deep in the crease and defends back to the bowler

45.3

Broad to Abdul Razzaq, 2 leg byes, short and rising into the ribs, Razzaq steps to off and tries a swivel-pull, but the ball comes off the body so leg-byes is the call

45.4

Broad to Abdul Razzaq, 1 wide, short again, but this time Broad errs in line and is called wide as the ball shoots down the leg side

45.4

Broad to Abdul Razzaq, 1 run, back of a length on middle, and one run is the result after a hurried glance to deep square

45.5

Broad to Umar Gul, no run, full outside off, Umar is late coming forward and mistimes the drive to cover

45.6

Broad to Umar Gul, no run, a crease-bound Umar Gul fends at a rising delivery outside off and is easily beaten on the outside edge

End of over 46 (4 runs) Pakistan 214/7 (RR: 4.65)

    • Umar Gul 0 (2b)
    • Abdul Razzaq 1 (4b)
    • SCJ Broad 9-0-42-2
    • TT Bresnan 9-0-41-1

James Anderson comes back into the attack

46.1

Anderson to Abdul Razzaq, 1 run, predictably, Anderson starts with the slower ball - a legcutter - and Razzaq taps watchfully to cover

46.2

Anderson to Umar Gul, no run, this time the slower ball slips out as a high full toss, clipping Gul's pad on its way through to Davies

46.3

Anderson to Umar Gul, 1 run, length delivery, Gul forces to cover off the back foot to get Razzaq back on strike

46.4

Anderson to Abdul Razzaq, no run, yet another slower ball, Razzaq gives himself a bit of room but slaps straight to backward point

46.5

Anderson to Abdul Razzaq, 1 run, slow, dipping full toss is clipped to midwicket

46.6

Anderson to Umar Gul, 1 run, length delivery on off stump - yep, another cutter - and with the fielders all on the edge of the inner ring Gul taps to cover and they take a quick single

This is turning into a fairly anticlimactic end to the innings after Afridi's explosive innings

End of over 47 (4 runs) Pakistan 218/7 (RR: 4.63)

    • Umar Gul 2 (5b)
    • Abdul Razzaq 3 (7b)
    • JM Anderson 9-1-33-0
    • SCJ Broad 9-0-42-2
47.1

Broad to Umar Gul, 1 run, short on leg stump, Gul pulls to fine leg

47.2

Broad to Abdul Razzaq, 2 leg byes, Broad goes full this time, taking Razzaq by surprise and striking him on the pad. There's an appeal from Broad, but that was heading down the leg side and it's quickly turned down

47.3

Broad to Abdul Razzaq, 1 run, back of a length and fast again, nudged into the covers for one

47.4

Broad to Umar Gul, no run, Gul has missed out here. Broad fired down a leg-stump half-volley, but ball beats bat and strikes pad on the way through to Davies

47.5

Broad to Umar Gul, 1 leg bye, Gul is struck in the midriff this time, attempting the pull to a shortish delivery. The ball falls close to the stumps, but Razzaq calls him through and Broad's attempted right foot onto the stumps goes wide

47.6

Broad to Abdul Razzaq, no run, short on off stump, Razzaq drops the hands on the shot as the ball rises up past his chest. He smelled that one

End of over 48 (5 runs) Pakistan 223/7 (RR: 4.64)

    • Abdul Razzaq 4 (10b)
    • Umar Gul 3 (8b)
    • SCJ Broad 10-0-44-2
    • JM Anderson 9-1-33-0
48.1

Anderson to Umar Gul, 1 run, pushed with no great intent towards midwicket, where there is a single on offer

48.2

Anderson to Abdul Razzaq, FOUR, finally, aggression from Razzaq! Overpitched outside off by Anderson, Razzaq cleared the left leg and scythed up and over cover

48.3

Anderson to Abdul Razzaq, FOUR, and again! This is an even better shot, length delivery outside off - another slower one - and Razzaq thumped it over cover

Square leg comes in, long-off goes out now

48.4

Anderson to Abdul Razzaq, SIX, huge! Legcutter from Anderson, Razzaq was waiting for it, again clearing the left leg and lifting this crisply over long-on. Such a clean hit, right out of the middle! Razzaq is firing now, very important runs from him

48.5

Anderson to Abdul Razzaq, FOUR, Anderson ups the pace and goes for the yorker, but it doesn't make a difference! Razzaq backs to leg and slaps very hard through cover, there's no stopping that!

48.6

Anderson to Abdul Razzaq, 2 runs, a diving cover fielder saves two runs! That was full and very well-hit again by Razzaq, but the man at cover got a hand to it so just two to finish the over

End of over 49 (21 runs) Pakistan 244/7 (RR: 4.97)

    • Abdul Razzaq 24 (15b 3x4 1x6)
    • Umar Gul 4 (9b)
    • JM Anderson 10-1-54-0
    • SCJ Broad 10-0-44-2

Right, last over coming up. Deep cover, deep midwicket and long-off are out

49.1

Bresnan to Umar Gul, 1 run, sensible stuff, just nudging to midwicket to get Razzaq back on strike

49.2

Bresnan to Abdul Razzaq, FOUR, that has raced to the boundary before anyone had a chance to move, scorching the grass along the way! Low full toss outside off, Razzaq makes room to strike the ball and hammers the drive!

Long-off comes up to mid-off now, deep square leg goes out

49.3

Bresnan to Abdul Razzaq, FOUR, just short of six! That was a flat hit, length delivery on off stump and Razzaq just stood at the crease and carved through the line. There's no stopping him now!

49.4

Bresnan to Abdul Razzaq, FOUR, edged to third man, four more! Slashing cut from Razzaq, the ball took a thick edge and looped over short third man

49.5

Bresnan to Abdul Razzaq, FOUR, another boundary! Razzaq is taking a heavy toll in these closing overs, he's such a dangerous batsman at this stage of the innings. Bresnan dishes up a full toss on off stump and Razzaq thrashes him in the air and down to long-off

49.6

Bresnan to Abdul Razzaq, FOUR, Razzaq finds the rope with the final ball! Bresnan seemed resigned to it as he ran up, the ball was full on off stump and Razzaq creamed it over wide long-off.

Hafeez's half-century held them together at the start, and after stumbling through much of their innings, this knock from Razzaq has really changed things for Pakistan. It's game on now! Their final total - 265 - is going to take some chasing from England. We have a gallery for you to peruse during the break, and Andrew McGlashan's bulletin will also be up presently. Join us in 40 minutes or so for England's chase.

"Lets talk about 'switching gears'," writes Siva. "Razzaq made just 4 runs in his first 10 balls, 40 runs from the next 10 balls. So can any one tell me from kind of gear system he is using?"

End of over 50 (21 runs) Pakistan 265/7

    • Abdul Razzaq 44 (20b 8x4 1x6)
    • Umar Gul 5 (10b)
    • TT Bresnan 10-0-62-1
    • JM Anderson 10-1-54-0
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