South Africa tour of England, 1st Test: England v South Africa at Lord's, Jul 10-14, 2008
Match drawn
Played at Lord's, London
10,11,12,13,14 July 2008 (5-day match)
  • Overs 1-50
  • Overs 51-100
  • Overs 101-150
  • Overs 151-200

OK. So instead of Morkel, Smith opts for Kallis to dry up the rund

"KP's got one eye on Lara record, I guarantee it," guarantees Dan Brigham from The Wisden Cricketer.

100.1

Kallis to Bell, no run, and nearly a wicket with his first ball! Swinging away from the right-hander, Bell drives meekly at it

100.2

Kallis to Bell, 1 run, on his legs, flicked off his pads and this could be it for Bell. But no! Pietersen sends him back, and Bell smiles wryly. That was a little tight...

100.3

Kallis to Pietersen, no run, dropped by Kallis in his follow-through! Those are the half-chances South Africa need. Pietersen smacked it hard but it flew through Kallis' hands

100.4

Kallis to Pietersen, no run, wide of the off stump and left alone

100.5

Kallis to Pietersen, no run, very wide of the crease. A teaser, but Pietersen will not be teased

100.6

Kallis to Pietersen, 1 run, outside off, Pietersen flicks it to leg and steals the strike from Bell!

End of over 101 (2 runs) England 373/3

    • KP Pietersen 134 (162b 18x4 1x6)
    • IR Bell 99 (186b 11x4)
    • JH Kallis 16-3-51-0
    • M Ntini 23-2-87-0
101.1

Ntini to Pietersen, FOUR, ooh, half a false shot from Pietersen, driving on the up and it takes a thick outside edge. Replays suggest Pietersen played it with soft hands, and when the luck's with you ... well, you know the rest

101.2

Ntini to Pietersen, no run, half a shout by Ntini as Pietersen's rapped on the pads, but the batsman is miles across to the off side

101.3

Ntini to Pietersen, 2 runs, cor, that's close! Pietersen again whips this from the off stump through midwicket. This is thrilling play

101.4

Ntini to Pietersen, FOUR, that is a quite extraordinary shot. You need to YouTube it for later. Shorter, on off stump, Pietersen just turns it on the walk for four behind square. Ntini's bowling wide of the crease, as is his wont, and Pietersen's milking him

101.5

Ntini to Pietersen, no run, defended on the back foot

101.6

Ntini to Pietersen, 1 run, murmurs from the crowd as Pietersen whips it to deep square leg and again steals the strike from Bell

End of over 102 (11 runs) England 384/3

    • KP Pietersen 145 (168b 20x4 1x6)
    • IR Bell 99 (186b 11x4)
    • M Ntini 24-2-98-0
    • JH Kallis 16-3-51-0
102.1

Kallis to Pietersen, 1 run, Bell's on strike! A nudge to leg from KP

102.2

Kallis to Bell, no run, wide of the off stump and left alone

102.3

Kallis to Bell, no run, driven to one of the covers, here comes Pietersen - no! He's sent back

Vaughan's finding it hilarious on the balcony

102.4

Kallis to Bell, 2 runs, driven past cover for his hundred and he punches his fists, acknowledges the crowd and receives a standing ovation. Pietersen bear-hugs him, and Bell appreciates the applause with a determined wave of the bat

His third hundred at Lord's and eighth over all

102.5

Kallis to Bell, no run, wide of the off stump and left alone

Miller is insufferable. "Did I mention I picked it?" Yes, you did Andrew, and you have a line for your piece. Well done!

102.6

Kallis to Bell, 1 run, nudged to leg

Wendy Miller's back. "This is the fourth-highest fourth-wicket partnership for England in all Tests," he reminds us

End of over 103 (4 runs) England 388/3

    • IR Bell 102 (191b 11x4)
    • KP Pietersen 146 (169b 20x4 1x6)
    • JH Kallis 17-3-55-0
    • M Ntini 24-2-98-0

That's it from me. Here's Jamie as Morkel comes into the attack.

103.1

Morkel to Bell, no run, back of a length, something of a loosener and Bell shoulders arms

Thank, Will. Hello all, how are you today?

103.2

Morkel to Bell, no run, and again, he gets across and leaves that one be

103.3

Morkel to Bell, no run, fuller and he's onto the front foot, driving to the man stationed at cover

103.4

Morkel to Bell, no run, slides down leg stump, Bell missed out on the shot, rapped a bit high and clearly down the pads and Morkel hops up and about in appeal ... not out

103.5

Morkel to Bell, 1 run, back of a length outside off, he gets up and taps that towards point

103.6

Morkel to Pietersen, no run, on middle and off and he eases an on-drive to midwicket

Here come drinks.

End of over 104 (1 run) England 389/3

    • KP Pietersen 146 (170b 20x4 1x6)
    • IR Bell 103 (196b 11x4)
    • M Morkel 22-3-67-2
    • JH Kallis 17-3-55-0

We're back after the brief interval. Players and umpires refreshed. What a start for Bell and England. Racking up the runs. A good batting track. Good crowd out. Here's Cricinfo's Paul Harris.

104.1

Harris to Bell, 2 runs, too short and Bell's back, finding the gap at cover with ease, well played

104.2

Harris to Bell, no run, slides down and brushes his thigh pad, then pops to short leg

104.3

Harris to Bell, no run, full on leg stump, very flat, and defended to short leg

104.4

Harris to Bell, no run, comes down the track but can't time it well, Harris easily fields

104.5

Harris to Bell, 1 run, skips down, making room, and drives to de Villiers at mid-off

104.6

Harris to Pietersen, 1 run, flat on middle and leg, turned to midwicket with utmost ease

By the way, I wonder if you've noticed that our scorecard now refreshes every 30 seconds. Let us know what you think about that.

End of over 105 (4 runs) England 393/3

    • KP Pietersen 147 (171b 20x4 1x6)
    • IR Bell 106 (201b 11x4)
    • PL Harris 16-4-60-0
    • M Morkel 22-3-67-2
105.1

Morkel to Pietersen, no run, lifting, short of a length delivery outside off and KP gets tall to leave it be

105.2

Morkel to Pietersen, 2 runs, jags back in off a length but he flicks that off the hips behind square leg

105.3

Morkel to Pietersen, no run, nips in again, off a tad fuller length, and he plays it to midwicket

Morkel is marginally wider of the stumps, bringing the ball back in

105.4

Morkel to Pietersen, no run, thats on the stumps and defended back to the bowler

105.5

Morkel to Pietersen, 2 runs, confident shot, taking that from off stump and whipping it past square leg and midwicket, and there's his 150 to plenty of applause from this Lord's crowd

105.6

Morkel to Pietersen, no run, good length on off stump and he defends it back

End of over 106 (4 runs) England 397/3

    • KP Pietersen 151 (177b 20x4 1x6)
    • IR Bell 106 (201b 11x4)
    • M Morkel 23-3-71-2
    • PL Harris 16-4-60-0
106.1

Harris to Bell, FOUR, down he comes, skipping, and collecting this one on the full and deposits it over long-on to bring up England's 400 ... yikes

106.2

Harris to Bell, 1 run, flat, expectedly, and drifting into Bell and he drives to midwicket

106.3

Harris to Pietersen, no run, flat on middle and leg, worked to forward short leg

Freddie's got a wicket. Hold the front page!

106.4

Harris to Pietersen, no run, and again, he gets forward and defends to leg

106.5

Harris to Pietersen, 1 run, slower through the air, middle and leg, flicked past square leg

106.6

Harris to Bell, no run, drifts into leg stump and Bell moves to drive to de Villiers at mid-off

matt clemence responds: "New 30 sec refreshing score card is a marked improvement, although often the individual batsmans score will click up before the commentary which is kind of freaky and spoils the commentary as you already know they've run a single or hit a four before you comment on it."

End of over 107 (6 runs) England 403/3

    • IR Bell 111 (204b 12x4)
    • KP Pietersen 152 (180b 20x4 1x6)
    • PL Harris 17-4-66-0
    • M Morkel 23-3-71-2
107.1

Morkel to Pietersen, OUT, and he's gone hooking! Morkel slides a short one down leg stump, Pietersen makes a mess of the shot, gloving the ball to Boucher and he walks off as South Africa regroup ... but what an innings, eh? Standing ovation as he walks off for 152

KP Pietersen c †Boucher b Morkel 152 (281m 181b 20x4 1x6) SR: 83.97

Pietersen's masterpiece comes to a close. Sheer class. He and Bell added 286. Here's Paul Collingwood.

107.2

Morkel to Collingwood, no run, fullish length but wide enough for Collingwood to leave his first ball be

107.3

Morkel to Collingwood, 1 no ball, banged in short, he sways out of the way but Morkel's overstepped

107.3

Morkel to Collingwood, no run, follows up with a fuller delivery which angles back in and catches him smack in the inner part of the thighs, below the jewels

107.4

Morkel to Collingwood, no run, short of a length, jagging in, he gets up and tries to turn it fine but can't

107.5

Morkel to Collingwood, no run, fullish on the stumps, worked towards midwicket

107.6

Morkel to Collingwood, no run, bouncer to end the over, Collingwood swerves out the way

Successful, aggressive over from Morkel.

End of over 108 (1 run) England 404/4

    • PD Collingwood 0 (6b)
    • IR Bell 111 (204b 12x4)
    • M Morkel 24-3-72-3
    • PL Harris 17-4-66-0

David in Staines: "I've notice the improved refresh rate, and appreciate it loads. No more clicking refresh every two seconds during an exciting bit to find out what happened!"

108.1

Harris to Bell, no run, flat on leg stump, patiently padded back down the track

108.2

Harris to Bell, no run, looks to come down but Harris fires it in quick and flat

108.3

Harris to Bell, no run, bit of turn and bounce and Bell is squared up, defending to slip

108.4

Harris to Bell, no run, slides well down leg stump and Bell can't get bat on it

108.5

Harris to Bell, no run, drifts this one into Bell, who watchfully gets back and defends

108.6

Harris to Bell, no run, makes room and tries to drive inside-out, but plays it back to Harris

End of over 109 (maiden) England 404/4

    • IR Bell 111 (210b 12x4)
    • PD Collingwood 0 (6b)
    • PL Harris 18-5-66-0
    • M Morkel 24-3-72-3

Chris Chronnell: :"Sorry to say I find the 30 second refresh a bit annoying! As I have to at least pretend to do some work, I only get to read the commentary every couple of overs. Every time it refreshes it sends me back to the top of the page and I lose my place and as a result spending less time working."

109.1

Morkel to Collingwood, no run, short of a length and rising and he lets it go

Flood of emails regarding the faster scorecard. Sorry, I can't check em all and type the commentary!

109.2

Morkel to Collingwood, no run, short and it comes back in and Collingwood gets back to defend

109.3

Morkel to Collingwood, FOUR, off the mark aggressively, pulling a bouncer in front of square for four

109.4

Morkel to Collingwood, no run, yorker is the response, and well dug out to point too, just in time

109.5

Morkel to Collingwood, 3 runs, banged in short again but he makes sure to pull it down into the ground over in front of midwicket, and though its not off the middle he and Bell run three

109.6

Morkel to Bell, 1 run, gets up and over the bounce of this one to tap it to point for a quick run

End of over 110 (8 runs) England 412/4

    • IR Bell 112 (211b 12x4)
    • PD Collingwood 7 (11b 1x4)
    • M Morkel 25-3-80-3
    • PL Harris 18-5-66-0

Alan Longland isn't too keen on the update: "Every time it updates, you get thrown away from where you're reading to the scorecard - perhaps I just read slowly!"

110.1

Harris to Bell, no run, flat on middle and off, he gets forward and drives to point

110.2

Harris to Bell, no run, flat on middle and off and again Bell cannot find the gap at cover or point

110.3

Harris to Bell, 1 run, this time he does, making room and leaning into a push to point

12.40pm Wa-hey! The covers are off. Messrs Bowden and Harper don't look too distressed. That was just a minor delay. Here come the players. Graeme Smith wears a forlorn look. Out jog Bell and Collingwood. The rain has gone.

12:35pm Rain! The covers come on! Out come the umbershoots but the umpires are still there in the middle, inspecting the conditions. We're on the job and will give you all the updates as they occur. The fans are not going anywhere either, sitting in the Lord's stands. There's a few patches of blue peeping through the grey clouds.

110.4

Harris to Collingwood, no run, poor stuff, very wide down the pads

110.5

Harris to Collingwood, OUT, and he's gone, with Amla taking a sharp low catch at forward short leg! Harris gets a wicket with a leg-side delivery that just goes on with the arm, the ball pops up as Collingwood plays a defensive, and Amla reacts quickly to hold the ball ... Billy Bowden lifts the crooked finger confidently ... lets see replays on that, Collingwood doesn't look pleased

PD Collingwood c Amla b Harris 7 (15m 13b 1x4 0x6) SR: 53.84

Tim Ambrose makes his way to the crease.

110.6

Harris to Ambrose, 1 run, and he's off the mark immediately, tucking one from leg stump for one

Collingwood has reason to be ticked off. Replays clearly show that ball came straight off the pad, nothing else. A poor decision from Bowden.

End of over 111 (2 runs) England 414/5

    • TR Ambrose 1 (1b)
    • IR Bell 113 (214b 12x4)
    • PL Harris 19-5-68-1
    • M Morkel 25-3-80-3
111.1

Morkel to Ambrose, no run, back of a length, comes back in and Ambrose defends

"David Cameron has just walked into the press box," Andrew says.

111.2

Morkel to Ambrose, 3 runs, onto the front foot, driving a half-volley through extra cover for three

111.3

Morkel to Bell, no run, change of pace, gets Bell onto the front foot, defending to cover

111.4

Morkel to Bell, 1 run, good length, middle and off, turned gently to midwicket for one

111.5

Morkel to Ambrose, no run, digs in a short one, going wide from the stumps, Ambrose sways

111.6

Morkel to Ambrose, no run, fuller, coming back in from wide, and Ambrose shoulders arms

End of over 112 (4 runs) England 418/5

    • TR Ambrose 4 (5b)
    • IR Bell 114 (216b 12x4)
    • M Morkel 26-3-84-3
    • PL Harris 19-5-68-1

Andrew (not Cricinfo's) emails: "I share the frustration with the 30 second refresh and losing your place but there is a solution. If you use the side bar to scroll down, leave the mouse cursor where it was then when the page refreshes just click on your mouse and hey presto the side bar immediately goes back to where it was and you carry on reading."

"It's brighter than it might be in the circumstances, but I'd say we'll be on-off for the rest of the afternoon," Miller opines

112.1

Harris to Bell, no run, flat and drifting into leg stump, Bell gets forward to smother it

112.2

Harris to Bell, no run, drifts in flat, Bell onto the front foot, defending it back to Harris

112.3

Harris to Bell, no run, again, flat, round-arm stuff into leg stump and Bell defends

112.4

Harris to Bell, no run, similar delivery, flat trajectory, Bell forward on the press

A third catcher comes in at silly point now

112.5

Harris to Bell, no run, flat on leg stump, he stretches forward and defends

112.6

Harris to Bell, 1 run, quicker ball, sliding down leg stump, runs it with an edge past short leg

End of over 113 (1 run) England 419/5

    • IR Bell 115 (222b 12x4)
    • TR Ambrose 4 (5b)
    • PL Harris 20-5-69-1
    • M Morkel 26-3-84-3

There's rain in the air, mind you.

113.1

Morkel to Bell, 3 runs, short one rises into him but Bell gets onto the toes well, riding the bounce and using soft hands to drop the ball into the space behind backward point

Morkel to open, and so he should

Welcome back, all. Will here. We're in for a slight delay owing to the drizzle, so stay with us. And here they come - only eight minutes late which is excellent news.

1.40pm "By the way, the motto of today's coverage is 'Keep happy, stay batty', as chosen by Evie Robbins, aged 5, from Cornwall, who is here at the ground with her family today, courtesy of the Chance to Shine campaign, after designing a new emblem to represent the Spirit of Cricket," Andrew says. "The emblem itself, incidentally, features a very happy blue batty indeed."

1.15pm "The weather has brightened up no end," says Miller. "Should get back on in good time. The covers are coming off, and enough blue sky to keep the umbrellas sheathed."

12:55pm It is raining again and lunch has been taken. It is heavier this time. England still in command, with Bell on 118. The wickets to fall were Pietersen for 152 and Collingwood for 7, though he was incorrectly given out, as replays showed. That is the scene at lunch on day two. Do come back and join Will and myself in about 35 minutes for the second session.

113.2

Morkel to Ambrose, no run, an excellent start outside off which takes the splice of Ambrose's bat

113.3

Morkel to Ambrose, OUT, gone! What a start for South Africa! Excellent line and length just outside the off stump, Ambrose came forward - rather tentatively feeling for it - the edge just carrying to Smith at first slip

TR Ambrose c Smith b Morkel 4 (12m 7b 0x4 0x6) SR: 57.14

Why was Morkel left out of the attack in the first hour? Yes. Indeed. Anyway, he's doing the business for South Africa now

113.4

Morkel to Broad, no run, short, quick, rising on the equally-tall Broad who defends

113.5

Morkel to Broad, no run, a bit of a waste outside off

113.6

Morkel to Broad, no run, left alone outside off

End of over 114 (3 runs) England 422/6

    • SCJ Broad 0 (3b)
    • IR Bell 118 (223b 12x4)
    • M Morkel 27-3-87-4
    • PL Harris 20-5-69-1

Cricinfo's Paul Harris into the attack again, which strikes me as a bit of a surprise

114.1

Harris to Bell, no run, tossed up and defended

114.2

Harris to Bell, no run, nicely flighted on middle

114.3

Harris to Bell, 1 run, squeezed out on the front foot for a single

Harris over the wicket to the left-hander

114.4

Harris to Broad, no run, ooh he beats Broad with a touch of spin there

114.5

Harris to Broad, 1 run, delicately swept by Broad to get off the mark

114.6

Harris to Bell, SIX, bosh! Beautifully struck by Bell, shuffling outside leg and smacking this right over the top

End of over 115 (8 runs) England 430/6

    • IR Bell 125 (227b 12x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 1 (5b)
    • PL Harris 21-5-77-1
    • M Morkel 27-3-87-4
115.1

Morkel to Broad, FOUR, well, in the end it was a well controlled drive past gully, but Morkel won't mind Broad playing those shots outside his off stump

115.2

Morkel to Broad, 1 leg bye, nudged off his hip

115.3

Morkel to Bell, 2 leg byes, down the leg side and he flicks this to Harris at fine leg

115.4

Morkel to Bell, no run, ah, a good line and length from Morkel - this is impressive stuff, so long as he maintains this line. Bell defends

115.5

Morkel to Bell, FOUR, oh, what a stroke that is, back-cutting for four. Perfect timing

115.6

Morkel to Bell, no run, ouch! That's a brute from Morkel which spits up and hammers into Bell's ribcage, or his left breast - somewhere in that region

End of over 116 (11 runs) England 441/6

    • IR Bell 129 (231b 13x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 5 (7b 1x4)
    • M Morkel 28-3-95-4
    • PL Harris 21-5-77-1

Harris over the wicket

116.1

Harris to Broad, no run, Broad is forward to this straight delivery

116.2

Harris to Broad, no run, left alone outside off

116.3

Harris to Broad, no run, too wide to tempt Broad who again leaves this non-spinner outside the off stump

116.4

Harris to Broad, no run, left alone outside off

116.5

Harris to Broad, no run, tossed up on the off stump, Broad pushes it out

116.6

Harris to Broad, no run, blocked on the front foot

End of over 117 (maiden) England 441/6

    • SCJ Broad 5 (13b 1x4)
    • IR Bell 129 (231b 13x4 1x6)
    • PL Harris 22-6-77-1
    • M Morkel 28-3-95-4

"Hard to imagine where that filthy weather came from. It's glorious once again out there," Andrew says

117.1

Morkel to Bell, no run, good line from Morkel outside off, just a little bit of shape back into the right hander

117.2

Morkel to Bell, 1 no ball, outside off, pushed out into the off side but it's a no-ball

117.2

Morkel to Bell, no run, patted off the back foot with excellent timing but it's neatly fielded in the covers

117.3

Morkel to Bell, no run, too short and easily evaded

117.4

Morkel to Bell, 3 runs, oh, a beautiful stroke off the back foot. Excellent timing

Around the wicket

117.5

Morkel to Broad, no run, firmly blocked off the back foot

117.6

Morkel to Broad, no run

End of over 118 (4 runs) England 445/6

    • SCJ Broad 5 (15b 1x4)
    • IR Bell 132 (236b 13x4 1x6)
    • M Morkel 29-3-99-4
    • PL Harris 22-6-77-1

Harris around the wicket

118.1

Harris to Bell, 1 run, tossed up on the middle stump and he comes forward to nudge this out to ver

Back over the wicket to the left-hander

118.2

Harris to Broad, no run, Broad tries to sweep - dangerous! - and it scoots through under his bat

118.3

Harris to Broad, no run, blocked to leg

"Why is the Spanish flag flying, I wonder," ponders Cricinfo's Del Joseph, the man in charge of paying our wages, unaware that it's actually the MCC's...

118.4

Harris to Broad, no run, flatter from Harris and defended by Broad

118.5

Harris to Broad, 1 no ball, a no-ball from Harris...

118.5

Harris to Broad, no run, squeezed out past gully on the front foot

118.6

Harris to Broad, no run, very full and dug out to mid-on

End of over 119 (2 runs) England 447/6

    • SCJ Broad 5 (21b 1x4)
    • IR Bell 133 (237b 13x4 1x6)
    • PL Harris 23-6-79-1
    • M Morkel 29-3-99-4

Morkel to continue

119.1

Morkel to Bell, 2 runs, nicely struck by Bell down the ground though he's not timed it as well as he might

119.2

Morkel to Bell, no run, defended on the front foot

119.3

Morkel to Bell, 1 run, short of a length and too straight, Bell tucks it off his hip

And there's England's 450

Around the wicket to Broad

119.4

Morkel to Broad, no run, left alone outside off

119.5

Morkel to Broad, no run, solidly defended on the front foot

119.6

Morkel to Broad, no run, nudged out to cover

End of over 120 (3 runs) England 450/6

    • SCJ Broad 5 (24b 1x4)
    • IR Bell 136 (240b 13x4 1x6)
    • M Morkel 30-3-102-4
    • PL Harris 23-6-79-1

Harris around the wicket

120.1

Harris to Bell, 1 run, flicked to mid-on

Over the wicket

120.2

Harris to Broad, no run, on the off stump, defended

120.3

Harris to Broad, 3 runs, down the leg side and tickled around the corner - nearly for four! Morkel lunges after it - he looks a bit knackered, to be fair

120.4

Harris to Bell, FOUR, marvellous stroke by Bell - he does look in excellent touch now. Short of a length by Harris, Bell moves to the leg side and just caresses it through the off side

120.5

Harris to Bell, 1 run, fired in angrily down the leg side

120.6

Harris to Broad, no run, blocked on the front foot

End of over 121 (9 runs) England 459/6

    • SCJ Broad 8 (27b 1x4)
    • IR Bell 142 (243b 14x4 1x6)
    • PL Harris 24-6-88-1
    • M Morkel 30-3-102-4

Steyn into the attack

121.1

Steyn to Bell, no run, defended on the front foot

121.2

Steyn to Bell, 1 run, whipped through square leg

121.3

Steyn to Broad, FOUR, shot for four, but it's another waste by Steyn, a half-volley outside off. Broad climbs into it, timing it nicely past point for four

Steyn's century is up

121.4

Steyn to Broad, no run, punchily defended to backward point who fields well

121.5

Steyn to Broad, no run, too wide of the off stump to bother Broad, who is utterly unbothered

Or, as those in Essex might say, bovv'd

121.6

Steyn to Broad, no run, too wide, left alone

End of over 122 (5 runs) England 464/6

    • SCJ Broad 12 (31b 2x4)
    • IR Bell 143 (245b 14x4 1x6)
    • DW Steyn 27-4-102-1
    • PL Harris 24-6-88-1

Kallis to bowl

122.1

Kallis to Bell, no run, Bell's right behind this good, straight ball

122.2

Kallis to Bell, no run, beaten by a good'un, a poor shot by Bell to a fine outswinger from Kallis

122.3

Kallis to Bell, 2 runs, effortless punch off the back foot for a couple

122.4

Kallis to Bell, no run, driven to cover

122.5

Kallis to Bell, no run, another mistake by Bell who tries to work this straight ball to leg, but gets a leading edge that falls short of extra cover

122.6

Kallis to Bell, 1 run, guided out to deep extra cover

End of over 123 (3 runs) England 467/6

    • IR Bell 146 (251b 14x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 12 (31b 2x4)
    • JH Kallis 18-3-58-0
    • DW Steyn 27-4-102-1
123.1

Steyn to Bell, FOUR, magnificent shot down the ground, punchily driven. Just a prod, really - as straight as you like, and he raises his bat and helmet to acknowledge his 150

252 balls for his 150. There is a steely determination in his eyes

123.2

Steyn to Bell, 1 run, Bell drops this down to backward point by de Villiers - oh dear, trouble here for Broad who's given up hope, but de Villiers is off balance, and the throw wild

Poor from South Africa. De Villiers had enough time to take aim, and nor was there anyone waiting at the stumps

123.3

Steyn to Broad, no run, firmly defended

123.4

Steyn to Broad, no run, Broad shuffles into another defensive off the back foto

123.5

Steyn to Broad, no run, punched off the back foot

123.6

Steyn to Broad, 1 run, on his legs and nicely tucked around the corner

End of over 124 (6 runs) England 473/6

    • SCJ Broad 13 (35b 2x4)
    • IR Bell 151 (253b 15x4 1x6)
    • DW Steyn 28-4-108-1
    • JH Kallis 18-3-58-0
124.1

Kallis to Broad, no run, punched off the back foot

124.2

Kallis to Broad, 2 runs, swinging into his legs, it's again nicely played by Broad. Plays that shot well, with composure, just knocking it off his hip

124.3

Kallis to Broad, no run, a waste outside off

124.4

Kallis to Broad, no run, nice set-up by Broad, driving to mid-off, but without timing

124.5

Kallis to Broad, 3 runs, excellent stroke! Short of a length and he hits it on the up through midwicket and Ntini gives chase

124.6

Kallis to Bell, 2 runs, another stray on his legs. Bell just picks him off

This is all too easy for England. I've had enough. Here's Jamie.

End of over 125 (7 runs) England 480/6

    • IR Bell 153 (254b 15x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 18 (40b 2x4)
    • JH Kallis 19-3-65-0
    • DW Steyn 28-4-108-1

Cheers, Will. Steyn runs in to Broad.

125.1

Steyn to Broad, no run, full outside off stump but wide enough for Broad to leave it be

125.2

Steyn to Broad, no run, full outside leg stump, mistimes the flick to short midwicket

Steyn moves around the stumps

125.3

Steyn to Broad, no run, drops short but Broad rides the bounce, steering it off the toes to point

125.4

Steyn to Broad, no run, short of a length once more but Broad's on tip-toes, playing it well

125.5

Steyn to Broad, no run, out slips a full toss, which Broad tucks to short midwicket

125.6

Steyn to Broad, no run, gets back and across and steers this one to backward point

And that, mi amigos, is drinks.

End of over 126 (maiden) England 480/6

    • SCJ Broad 18 (46b 2x4)
    • IR Bell 153 (254b 15x4 1x6)
    • DW Steyn 29-5-108-1
    • JH Kallis 19-3-65-0

In the interval, he's something smart Tim picked up: "Terrific "bouffant" pic of Chris Broad at the Cricinfo database. Yeah, that is rich.

126.1

Kallis to Bell, no run, full outside off, Bell reaches out and mistimes the drive to cover

126.2

Kallis to Bell, no run, gets across and plays this one to the fielder as well

126.3

Kallis to Bell, 1 wide, banged in short down the leg side, Bell ducks underneath that one comfortably

126.3

Kallis to Bell, FOUR, smacking shot, riding the bounce and swatting it off the hips and into the gap

126.4

Kallis to Bell, no run, good length outside off and he comes forward, defending to point

126.5

Kallis to Bell, no run, watchfully defends this one, full on off stump, back to Kallis

126.6

Kallis to Bell, no run, gets forward and steers this fullish one to backward point

End of over 127 (5 runs) England 485/6

    • IR Bell 157 (260b 16x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 18 (46b 2x4)
    • JH Kallis 20-3-70-0
    • DW Steyn 29-5-108-1
127.1

Steyn to Broad, no run, from round the stumps, dug into his body, but Broad hops up and defends

127.2

Steyn to Broad, no run, another half-tracker, wide of the stumps, and Broad watches it pass

127.3

Steyn to Broad, no run, short and angling in, gets up nice and tall and defends to point

127.4

Steyn to Broad, no run, he's working him with the short stuff, but Broad is up to task, getting taller and gently tapping the ball down in front of cover and point

Steyn goes back to over the stumps. A short leg in place.

127.5

Steyn to Broad, no run, short on the body, he gets up and drops it in front of short leg

127.6

Steyn to Broad, no run, whips this one from leg stump to a diving Harris at midwicket

End of over 128 (maiden) England 485/6

    • SCJ Broad 18 (52b 2x4)
    • IR Bell 157 (260b 16x4 1x6)
    • DW Steyn 30-6-108-1
    • JH Kallis 20-3-70-0

Shaun Pollock has turned to television commentary, looking all the professional sitting between two Michaels, Holding and Atherton, up in the Sky box at Lord's. Meanwhile, fellow South African Dave Richardson has just been caught napping in the posh stands ... whoah, now someone's shook him up.

128.1

Harris to Bell, no run, flat on the stumps, Bell gets forward and defends to cover

128.2

Harris to Bell, 1 run, wrong line, well outside leg and turned into the gap for one

Two men catching on the leg side for Broad

128.3

Harris to Broad, no run, flat on the stumps and Broad stretches forward to defend

128.4

Harris to Broad, no run, twirls this one outside off and he gets well forward to block it out

128.5

Harris to Broad, no run, quicker, spinning in and again Broad gets bat and pad together

128.6

Harris to Broad, 1 run, thats wide and tempting and he now squeezes a drive past point

End of over 129 (2 runs) England 487/6

    • SCJ Broad 19 (56b 2x4)
    • IR Bell 158 (262b 16x4 1x6)
    • PL Harris 25-6-90-1
    • DW Steyn 30-6-108-1
129.1

Steyn to Broad, no run, fullish outside off stump and he plays it towards cover

129.2

Steyn to Broad, 2 runs, sharp, fast, short delivery peppers his body and he tucks it just over Amla at short leg, forcing a leg gully to now come into place

129.3

Steyn to Broad, no run, angled across him at a decent height and he leaves it alone

129.4

Steyn to Broad, no run, short on the stumps, back and across he goes, defending tightly

129.5

Steyn to Broad, no run, quick, hostile short one again, over leg and middle, getting Broad torn between pulling and leaving and in the end he ducks under it, and Steyn gives him advice

129.6

Steyn to Broad, 2 runs, top shot, hopping up and timing this sweetly off the face of the bat, middling the short one down past mid-off and running hard for the second

End of over 130 (4 runs) England 491/6

    • SCJ Broad 23 (62b 2x4)
    • IR Bell 158 (262b 16x4 1x6)
    • DW Steyn 31-6-112-1
    • PL Harris 25-6-90-1
130.1

Harris to Bell, no run, flat outside leg stump, turns in and Bell runs it towards point

130.2

Harris to Bell, no run, very wide, very wide indeed outside leg and Boucher collects

130.3

Harris to Bell, 1 run, fired in flat, Bell tries to whip in towards mid-on but mistimes the shot, edging wide of forward short leg instead, Broad calls for the single

130.4

Harris to Broad, FOUR, just picks up the full and flat delivery from off stump and whips it into the gap between midwicket and mid-on excellently, quality batting from Broad

130.5

Harris to Broad, no run, slower now, outside off, and he gets in to defend it

130.6

Harris to Broad, no run, flat on middle and leg, tucked straight to midwicket this time

End of over 131 (5 runs) England 496/6

    • SCJ Broad 27 (65b 3x4)
    • IR Bell 159 (265b 16x4 1x6)
    • PL Harris 26-6-95-1
    • DW Steyn 31-6-112-1

Rain in the air ...

131.1

Steyn to Bell, no run, short of a length on the stumps, defended to short midwicket

There is a silly mid-on in place now

131.2

Steyn to Bell, no run, overpitched on leg stump but Bell cannot time that away for four

131.3

Steyn to Bell, no run, too far down leg stump and poor Boucher has some diving to do

131.4

Steyn to Bell, 1 run, short of a length outside off, up goes Bell, tapping it to point

Two slips in for Broad

131.5

Steyn to Broad, 3 runs, well played, getting over a short one on the body and tucking it in the air wide of forward short leg, pumping hard to come back for the second, and a poor overthrow allows more runs, and so up comes England's 500

131.6

Steyn to Bell, no run, short and he takes a hand off the bat before defending to point

End of over 132 (4 runs) England 500/6

    • IR Bell 160 (270b 16x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 30 (66b 3x4)
    • DW Steyn 32-6-116-1
    • PL Harris 26-6-95-1
132.1

Harris to Broad, no run, flat on off stump, Broad gets forward and defends it back

132.2

Harris to Broad, no run, slower, wider, still no spin and Broad gets across and leaves

132.3

Harris to Broad, no run, flatter, quicker, off stump, turned to forward short leg

132.4

Harris to Broad, no run, gets across and works this one from off stump to short leg

132.5

Harris to Broad, no run, quicker delivery on middle and leg, turned to midwicket by Broad

132.6

Harris to Broad, no run, identical stuff, Harris bowls it flat and Broad turns it to midwicket

End of over 133 (maiden) England 500/6

    • SCJ Broad 30 (72b 3x4)
    • IR Bell 160 (270b 16x4 1x6)
    • PL Harris 27-7-95-1
    • DW Steyn 32-6-116-1

Smith turns to Ntini now as the rain threatens to get thicker. England are 500 for 6. No slips in.

133.1

Ntini to Bell, FOUR, rubbish ball, short and so, so wide and its cut past point with ease, a shot that takes Bell past his previous career best of 162 not out ... could not have gotten a poorer delivery to do so

133.2

Ntini to Bell, FOUR, and now he plays a deliberate dab through where slips should be, using the angle and the length and the width intelligently for runs to third man

133.3

Ntini to Bell, no run, loose poke to a fuller one angling, the inside-edge nips his back boot

133.4

Ntini to Bell, no run, full and angling in and Bell nearly pops a leading edge back to Ntini as he shapes to clip this one through midwicket and mid-on

133.5

Ntini to Bell, 1 run, well timed for one, as Bell disdainfully pulls the short ball but there's cover out at deep midwicket in the form of patrolman Prince

133.6

Ntini to Broad, 3 runs, more runs, so sweetly timed off the hips past Amla at short midwicket, who has to pursue it and does well to finger it back at the boundary edge

End of over 134 (12 runs) England 512/6

    • SCJ Broad 33 (73b 3x4)
    • IR Bell 169 (275b 18x4 1x6)
    • M Ntini 25-2-110-0
    • PL Harris 27-7-95-1

Three fielders and Boucher crowd the crease as Broad faces up

134.1

Harris to Broad, no run, flat outside off stump and defended to point

134.2

Harris to Broad, FOUR, whips a full and flat one via a thin inside-edge, and it beats square leg

England are so in command

134.3

Harris to Broad, 3 runs, and now he reaches out and paddles this one past square leg

134.4

Harris to Bell, no run, dances down and drills a full ball, well stopped at mid-off by McKenzie

134.5

Harris to Bell, no run, flat on middle and leg, Bell gets tall and punches this to midwicket

134.6

Harris to Bell, no run, looped up outside leg stump and he pads this one away

End of over 135 (7 runs) England 519/6

    • IR Bell 169 (278b 18x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 40 (76b 4x4)
    • PL Harris 28-7-102-1
    • M Ntini 25-2-110-0

Right, Broad on 40. Ntini has the ball. How many do England honestly need?

135.1

Ntini to Broad, 1 run, wrong line, outside leg stump and turned away off the pads for a single

135.2

Ntini to Bell, 2 runs, nearly a yorker on off stump and Bell runs that down into the gap at gully and sprints hard, well aided by Broad, and that two brings up the 100th run of the stand

135.3

Ntini to Bell, no run, good length outside off, he reaches forward and defends to point

135.4

Ntini to Bell, no run, onto the front foot, driving a full delivery to McKenzie in the covers

135.5

Ntini to Bell, no run, slides down off a length and he's cramped on the attempted on-drive

135.6

Ntini to Bell, no run, slower ball, and he cannot drive this one off the pads well either

Jenny: "Andrew's note before about 'jemodu' - I think it actually spells 'jamodu' and was noticed by Tim Rice of "and Andrew Lloyd Webber" fame," notes Jenny Roesler, popping up from Loughborough (on her day off as well, such dedication) where England women's first ODI against West Indies is about to be called off with Charlotte Edwards unbeaten on a fine 60. West Indies came here on the back of bowling Netherlands out for 22, ouch. "Splendid food here, also," she says, "I had melt-in-the-mouth salmon, new potatoes and a mixed salad."

End of over 136 (3 runs) England 522/6

    • IR Bell 171 (283b 18x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 41 (77b 4x4)
    • M Ntini 26-2-113-0
    • PL Harris 28-7-102-1
136.1

Harris to Broad, no run, flat on middle and off and Broad defends to the on-side

136.2

Harris to Broad, no run, fuller, flatter, and a firm whip goes straight to midwicket

136.3

Harris to Broad, no run, bit of loop there and Broad defends off the front foot

136.4

Harris to Broad, 1 run, short and he gets back, cutting into the covers where Morkel cuts it off

136.5

Harris to Bell, no run, fires it in one leg stump, Bell drops the head and defends it back

136.6

Harris to Bell, no run, he's itching to dance down and smack the ball over mid-on, but Harris knows and keeps it full and flat, so Bell defends

End of over 137 (1 run) England 523/6

    • IR Bell 171 (285b 18x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 42 (81b 4x4)
    • PL Harris 29-7-103-1
    • M Ntini 26-2-113-0
137.1

Ntini to Broad, FOUR, so easy for Broad, getting up on one leg and swatting the short ball over square leg, almost indifferently helping it away off the hips ... Ntini has no answer

Ntini changes the angle now ...

137.2

Ntini to Broad, no run, gets back and drives off the back foot, Ntini gets a hand on it and stops it

137.3

Ntini to Broad, no run, bouncer now, rising outside off, Broad hops up and lets it go

137.4

Ntini to Broad, FOUR, ah you beauty, just cracking a back-foot drive smack between the covers and that will be back-to-back Test half-centuries for young Broad .. thats a top-quality shot

137.5

Ntini to Broad, FOUR, and there comes an ugly flash and a thick outside-edge but again, Smith has not employed a slip and so Broad gets another boundary

137.6

Ntini to Broad, no run, slower ball, full outside off, Broad leaves it alone, tucks his bat, and goes

15.42 That is tea on day two. Broad and Bell have added 113. South Africa look dejected. Come back and join us shortly for the final session.

End of over 138 (12 runs) England 535/6

    • SCJ Broad 54 (87b 7x4)
    • IR Bell 171 (285b 18x4 1x6)
    • M Ntini 27-2-125-0
    • PL Harris 29-7-103-1

Hello, and welcome back to the last session of the day. Will here. Here's Harris for more excitement

138.1

Harris to Bell, no run, down the leg side

138.2

Harris to Bell, no run, better line, prodded away

138.3

Harris to Bell, no run, padded away

138.4

Harris to Bell, 1 run, elegantly flicked to mid-on

138.5

Harris to Broad, no run, good line and length, Broad defends

138.6

Harris to Broad, 1 run, Broad's gone aerial. "Catch it!" is the cry by Boucher but it's just over short midwicket

End of over 139 (2 runs) England 537/6

    • SCJ Broad 55 (89b 7x4)
    • IR Bell 172 (289b 18x4 1x6)
    • PL Harris 30-7-105-1
    • M Ntini 27-2-125-0

Morkel into the attack around the wicket

139.1

Morkel to Broad, FOUR, on his legs, whipped to deep midwicket for four. Another sublime stroke off his hip

A record seventh-wicket stand for England against South Africa. Monstrous effort

139.2

Morkel to Broad, no run, left alone outside off

139.3

Morkel to Broad, no run, again ignored

139.4

Morkel to Broad, FOUR, one off the legs, and now through the off side - played on the up past point. This is very impressive batting indeed

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139.5

Morkel to Broad, 2 runs, he's done it again, also on the up, but not for four this time

And that beats the 64 he made at Nottingham against the New Zealanders a few weeks ago

139.6

Morkel to Broad, no run, squirtily squeezed to point

End of over 140 (10 runs) England 547/6

    • SCJ Broad 65 (95b 9x4)
    • IR Bell 172 (289b 18x4 1x6)
    • M Morkel 31-3-112-4
    • PL Harris 30-7-105-1
140.1

Harris to Bell, no run, ooh Bell goes for a monstrous heave over the midwicket boundary but can't connect

140.2

Harris to Bell, no run, short of a length, Bell's back and defending with immense ease

140.3

Harris to Bell, no run, another heave-ho which he can't connect with

140.4

Harris to Bell, no run, padded away

140.5

Harris to Bell, no run, driven down the ground - great stop by Harris! Diving effort

140.6

Harris to Bell, 1 run, flicked off his pads

End of over 141 (1 run) England 548/6

    • IR Bell 173 (295b 18x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 65 (95b 9x4)
    • PL Harris 31-7-106-1
    • M Morkel 31-3-112-4

"Batten down the hatches, rain incoming!" the appealingly named Carino Risagllo says. Miller - what say you?

"The fifth time in seven Tests that Broad has posted a career-best, which is pretty handy," Andrew notes.

141.1

Morkel to Bell, 1 run, defended on the back foot and he drops it down to the off side. de Villiers is quick, though! And here he comes, Broad has to dive into his ground and, had that hit, Broad was dead.

141.2

Morkel to Broad, 2 runs, again on his legs, again Broad doesn't miss out with a nice flick

141.3

Morkel to Broad, no run, nudged off his hip

141.4

Morkel to Broad, no run, crunched on the front foot out to deep extra cover

141.5

Morkel to Broad, 1 run, paddled around the corner

141.6

Morkel to Bell, 1 run

End of over 142 (5 runs) England 553/6

    • IR Bell 175 (297b 18x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 68 (99b 9x4)
    • M Morkel 32-3-117-4
    • PL Harris 31-7-106-1
142.1

Harris to Bell, FOUR, that's a shocker from Harris outside Bell's leg-stump and is slog-swept for four

That really was a Barry Crocker

142.2

Harris to Bell, no run, outside leg

142.3

Harris to Bell, no run, another leg-side delivery

142.4

Harris to Bell, no run, nudged to nowhere

142.5

Harris to Bell, no run, driven back to Harris

142.6

Harris to Bell, 1 run, hit back to the bowler

End of over 143 (5 runs) England 558/6

    • IR Bell 180 (303b 19x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 68 (99b 9x4)
    • PL Harris 32-7-111-1
    • M Morkel 32-3-117-4
143.1

Morkel to Bell, no run, good delivery from Morkel and he defends off the back foot

143.2

Morkel to Bell, no run, driven on the up to backward point. Morkel holds his head in his hands, out of tiredness more than anything

Jee, South Africa are looking jaded out there. Really knackered.

143.3

Morkel to Bell, no run, wide enough of the off stump to be left alone

143.4

Morkel to Bell, 1 run, elegantly caressed out to extra cover

143.5

Morkel to Broad, no run, crunched off the back foot

143.6

Morkel to Broad, no run, punched to the leg-side

End of over 144 (1 run) England 559/6

    • SCJ Broad 68 (101b 9x4)
    • IR Bell 181 (307b 19x4 1x6)
    • M Morkel 33-3-118-4
    • PL Harris 32-7-111-1
144.1

Harris to Bell, 1 run, reverse-swept down to third man

144.2

Harris to Broad, no run, cut to point

144.3

Harris to Broad, FOUR, hit over the top for four. This is good batting, doubtless, but the bowling is decidedly disappointing

144.4

Harris to Broad, no run, firmly worked off his pads to short midwicket

144.5

Harris to Broad, no run, flicked to the leg side

144.6

Harris to Broad, no run, again turned to the leg side

End of over 145 (5 runs) England 564/6

    • SCJ Broad 72 (106b 10x4)
    • IR Bell 182 (308b 19x4 1x6)
    • PL Harris 33-7-116-1
    • M Morkel 33-3-118-4
145.1

Morkel to Bell, 1 run, crunched out to the off side

Around the wicket

145.2

Morkel to Broad, no run, forced out to the off side

145.3

Morkel to Broad, no run, short of a length from Broad, punched off the back fooot to mid-off

145.4

Morkel to Broad, no run, forced out to the off side

145.5

Morkel to Broad, no run, well wide of the off stump

145.6

Morkel to Broad, 2 runs, stabbed down to third man and there's nearly a calamitous cock-up by Harris and co, but disaster is averted

End of over 146 (3 runs) England 567/6

    • SCJ Broad 74 (111b 10x4)
    • IR Bell 183 (309b 19x4 1x6)
    • M Morkel 34-3-121-4
    • PL Harris 33-7-116-1
146.1

Harris to Bell, 2 runs, clattered over extra cover and mistimed, but McKenzie pulls off a great piece of fielding

Harris is over the wicket, but then you probably guessed that

146.2

Harris to Bell, no run, defended on the front foot

146.3

Harris to Bell, no run, miles down the leg side

146.4

Harris to Bell, no run, another flick off his pads to nowhere

I should inform readers of my misinformation earlier. The threat of rain was never more than a rumour, and we should be fine for this evening. So stay tuned. It's Friday, after all, and none of you are even bothering to pretend to work.

146.5

Harris to Bell, no run, defended on the front foot

146.6

Harris to Bell, no run, ignored outside the leg stump

Defensive bowling should be outlawed and the guilty hanged in a market square

End of over 147 (2 runs) England 569/6

    • IR Bell 185 (315b 19x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 74 (111b 10x4)
    • PL Harris 34-7-118-1
    • M Morkel 34-3-121-4

Here comes Ntini with Broad perhaps eyeing a maiden hundred

147.1

Ntini to Broad, no run, smooched to mid-on

147.2

Ntini to Broad, no run, on his legs and, for once, Broad misses out on his favoured flicky-shot through midwicket. Ntini appeals. It is not a long appeal

147.3

Ntini to Broad, no run, he swishes and misses to a wide ball outside off

147.4

Ntini to Broad, no run, left alone

147.5

Ntini to Broad, 1 run, crunched off the back foot out to deep extra cover

147.6

Ntini to Bell, 1 run, nudged out to Kallis at cover and they set off for a crazy single - this is out if Kallis hits. But he fails to pick it up. Oh dear. And that rather sums up South Africa's two days

End of over 148 (2 runs) England 571/6

    • IR Bell 186 (316b 19x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 75 (116b 10x4)
    • M Ntini 28-2-127-0
    • PL Harris 34-7-118-1
148.1

Harris to Bell, no run, smothered to leg

148.2

Harris to Bell, no run, dabbed to leg

"Dabbed to leg" sounds vaguely medical. "How is she, doctor?" "Oh bad news Mrs Smith. She's dabbed to leg."

148.3

Harris to Bell, no run, flicked to leg

"There's a pigeon on the roof," Gnasher yelps. Nurse? Medicine, please.

148.4

Harris to Bell, no run, flicked to the bowler

148.5

Harris to Bell, no run, punched back to the bowler

148.6

Harris to Bell, no run, defended

End of over 149 (maiden) England 571/6

    • IR Bell 186 (322b 19x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 75 (116b 10x4)
    • PL Harris 35-8-118-1
    • M Ntini 28-2-127-0

Chris, a South African fan, emails in with all the enthusiasm of a blind ostrich. "The past two days have been like slow torture for SA fans. Add to the mix the fact that we're likely to lose the second test against the All Blacks tomorrow morning and its dark times indeed for us South Africans." Cheer up. England haven't bowled you out just yet

149.1

Ntini to Broad, no run, blocked off the back foot

149.2

Ntini to Broad, no run, defended off the back foot

149.3

Ntini to Broad, no run, punched out to cover - brilliant stop by McKenzie! Diving away to his right. Fine effort

149.4

Ntini to Broad, no run, left alone outside off

149.5

Ntini to Broad, 1 run, uppishly sliced down to third man

And there's the 150 stand between these two. Broad's made 76 of that, and Ian Bell 68.

149.6

Ntini to Bell, 2 runs, patted down to third man

Here's James Alter, son of a very famous Bollywood star. No, really - over to you Jamie

End of over 150 (3 runs) England 574/6

    • IR Bell 188 (323b 19x4 1x6)
    • SCJ Broad 76 (121b 10x4)
    • M Ntini 29-2-130-0
    • PL Harris 35-8-118-1
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