NatWest Series [Australia in England] - 5th ODI

England v Australia

Australia won by 4 wickets (with 10 balls remaining)

0.1

Siddle to Strauss, no run, starts off with a full and wide one outside off but not wide enough to be called, left alone

0.2

Siddle to Strauss, no run, that's a low full toss which he fails to put away, tamely pushed to mid-off

0.3

Siddle to Strauss, no run, that's a nice on-the-target delivery, skids towards the off stump and Strauss pats it back

0.4

Siddle to Strauss, no run, fullish on the off stump and dug out back towards the bowler

0.5

Siddle to Strauss, no run, lands it on a good length outside off, not much away movement before reaching the keeper

0.6

Siddle to Strauss, no run, false shot from Strauss, he shapes to play a back-foot punch but the extra bounce beats and ultimately saves him

England 0/0   PM Siddle 1-1-0-0

2.1

Siddle to Strauss, no run, pushes it towards mid-off and he's cruelly denied a run, something's got to give

2.2

Siddle to Strauss, 2 runs, cheers as Strauss pulls that between mid-on and square leg, Ferguson gives a good chase and relays it to Hauritz close to the rope

2.3

Siddle to Strauss, no run, pushes it straight back to the bowler

2.4

Siddle to Strauss, no run, excellent delivery, gets it to kick up off a good length and fizz past Strauss who drops his hand

2.5

Siddle to Strauss, no run, stays beside the line and taps it away to the off side

2.6

Siddle to Strauss, no run, a little slower in pace and Strauss shapes to angle it past the gap square on the off side

England 2/0   PM Siddle 2-1-2-0

4.1

Siddle to Strauss, no run, this one is shorter and stops on him a bit, in the air for a second or two but safe from the bowler

4.2

Siddle to Strauss, FOUR, that's a nice shot, a tad short of a length outside off and a fraction of width, he stands tall and punches it past the gap between backward point and cover

4.3

Siddle to Strauss, no run, Watson gets in the way of a booming off drive at mid-off, well done Shane

4.4

Siddle to Strauss, FOUR, that's a gift, on the pads and the half volley is easily worked away past square leg and fine leg is too fine to cut it off

4.5

Siddle to Strauss, FOUR, forget about chasing that, another half volley on the pads and he tucks it squarer this time, past the gap between short square leg and mid-on

4.6

Siddle to Strauss, no run, mixes it up with a slower one, he doesn't pick it right and the outside edge drops short of second slip

England 16/0   PM Siddle 3-1-14-0

6.1

Siddle to Denly, no run, this one keeps a bit low outside off and passes underneath his bat

6.2

Siddle to Denly, no run, stays back and pushes it to the off side

6.3

Siddle to Denly, no run, comes back in a bit off the seam and Denly almost edges it onto his pads

6.4

Siddle to Denly, no run, slower and fuller, pushes it to mid-on

6.5

Siddle to Denly, FOUR, hope someone took a snap of that, good length on middle and off and Denly stays at the crease, picks the length early and whips it in the air over midwicket, that's a shot Gibbs will be proud of

6.6

Siddle to Denly, 1 no ball, he oversteps and denly works it back to the bowler

6.6

Siddle to Denly, 1 run, Free Hit all it costs is a single to mid-off, Siddle gets away with a full delivery

England 35/0   PM Siddle 4-1-20-0

8.1

Siddle to Strauss, 1 run, keeps it on a good length outside off and he makes use of the width to steer it to third man

8.2

Siddle to Denly, no run, full on the leg stump but he fails to beat short fine leg

8.3

Siddle to Denly, 1 run, that's a nice yorker length delivery, he digs it out and the ball rolls to the on side

8.4

Siddle to Strauss, 1 run, fullish and tucked to the on side for a single

8.5

Siddle to Denly, no run, stands tall and punches it hard but can't beat cover

8.6

Siddle to Denly, no run, he'll be kicking himself for not putting away a friendly full toss, tamely tucks it to mid-on

England 40/0   PM Siddle 5-1-23-0

30.1

Siddle to Shah, no run, fullish outside off and pushed towards mid-off

30.2

Siddle to Shah, 1 run, reaches out and chops it down to third man, the third fifty of the innings has been the quickest - off 56 balls

30.3

Siddle to Prior, 2 runs, driven hard and fast down to deep extra cover and Ferguson has to hurry to slide and cut it off but he manages to pull it off

30.4

Siddle to Prior, no run, stays beside the line and cuts to point

30.5

Siddle to Prior, 1 run, strays on the pads and he clips him to fine leg

30.6

Siddle to Shah, 1 run, mistimes the on drive but he just manages to beat mid-on

England 154/3   PM Siddle 6-1-28-0

32.1

Siddle to Prior, no run, jams it on the blockhole but wide outside off, he squeezes it out to the off side

32.2

Siddle to Prior, no run, finds mid-off

32.3

Siddle to Prior, no run, drops it towards mid-off but decides against the single

32.4

Siddle to Prior, no run, high full toss at 91mph, too quick for him to seize on it and put it away, he steers it to backward point

32.5

Siddle to Prior, 2 runs, strange looking shot, short down the leg side and he shapes to pull but instead spoons it towards fine leg

32.6

Siddle to Prior, 1 run, stays beside the line and steers it to point

England 161/3   PM Siddle 7-1-31-0

34.1

Siddle to Morgan, 2 runs, clips it to deep square leg and the ball really gathers pace near the boundary, the fielder has to really hurry but he manages to cut it off, Ferguson fires the throw to the keeper

34.2

Siddle to Morgan, no run, this one kicks up and creeps past the gap between bat and pad, not too far from the off stump either

34.3

Siddle to Morgan, 1 run, angles it on the pads and he clips it down to deep square leg

34.4

Siddle to Shah, no run, gets a half stride forward and defends

34.5

Siddle to Shah, no run, wild swing and a miss, Siddle exerts himself a bit more and the ball kicks up outside off and thuds into the keeper's gloves

34.6

Siddle to Shah, no run, stays back and pushes it back to the bowler

England 171/4   PM Siddle 8-1-34-0

46.1

Siddle to Broad, FOUR, the future's bright, the future's Broad, Siddle drops it short and it's the perfect length for the tall Broad as he pulls past square leg

46.2

Siddle to Broad, 1 run, makes room and squeezes out a yorker past the bowler, good running too

46.3

Siddle to Morgan, 1 run, nice delivery on the blockhole and Broad nearly slips at the crease as he works it down to mid-on

46.4

Siddle to Broad, 2 runs, just holds the length back a bit and he scoops him down to long-off

46.5

Siddle to Broad, no run, fires a yorker length delivery and Siddle fields well off his own bowling

46.6

Siddle to Broad, OUT, that's a direct hit, Broad pushes it to mid-off and wants a single, Morgan hesitates but they go through with it and the direct hit by Ponting finds Broad short of his ground

SCJ Broad run out 22 (21m 20b 2x4 0x6) SR: 110.00

England 267/7   PM Siddle 9-1-42-0

48.1

Siddle to Rashid, 1 run, full outside off, he makes room and bashes it past point

48.2

Siddle to Bresnan, FOUR, I don;t think White saw that at all, it was well clear of him anyway, Bresnan makes room to a short delivery outside off and carves it over backward point, White was looking at the sun

48.3

Siddle to Bresnan, OUT, full outside off and Bresnan makes room and scoops it straight to Bracken at extra cover

TT Bresnan c Bracken b Siddle 4 (2m 3b 1x4 0x6) SR: 133.33

48.4

Siddle to Sidebottom, 1 run, steers it wide of point for a single, can England get to 300?

48.5

Siddle to Rashid, 1 run, full and swinging in on the leg stump, he makes room and squirts it to short third man

48.6

Siddle to Sidebottom, 1 run, full and swinging in on the off stump, he quietly steers it down to the sweeper for a single

England 281/9   PM Siddle 10-1-50-1
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Sep 15, 2009

Andrew Strauss still can't find that winning feeling, England v Australia, 5th ODI, Trent Bridge, September 15, 2009

Andrew Strauss still can't find that winning feeling

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Sep 15, 2009

Cameron White helped Australia across the line, England v Australia, 5th ODI, Trent Bridge, September 15, 2009

Cameron White helped Australia across the line

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