Pakistan v England Test Series - 2nd Test

England v Pakistan

Pakistan won by 72 runs

Overs 1-50  | Overs 51-100  | Overs 101-150

And finally Abdur Rehman has been sighted!

50.1

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, gives it a lot of air and he whips it away towards midwicket

50.2

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, plenty of air again, and he squirts it down the track

50.3

Abdur Rehman to Trott, 1 run, tries to work it to the on side but gets an inside edge to the leg side

50.4

Abdur Rehman to Cook, 1 run, plenty of flight and he pushes a low full toss down to cover

50.5

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, tossed up on middle and off and driven down the track

50.6

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, lunges forward and smothers the spin

Duncan: "For all the statos out there: if Cook gets to 124 he will have reached 6000 Test runs in exactly the same number of innings as KP."

End of over 51 (2 runs) England 129/1
IJL Trott    57* (120b 6x4)      Abdur Rehman    4-2-9-0
AN Cook    55* (145b 6x4)      Saeed Ajmal    17-3-37-0

51.1

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, still no spin, comes well forward and defends

51.2

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, gets his front pad across and defends

51.3

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, Cook doesn't offer a shot but the ball turns back in and clips his pads well outside the line of the off stump, Adnan was a bit excited

51.4

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, commits to the front foot and blocks it out to the off side

51.5

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, skids through and he rocks back and chops it to short point

51.6

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, 2 runs, tossed up on the pads and he tucks it to midwicket

End of over 52 (2 runs) England 131/1
AN Cook    57* (151b 6x4)      Saeed Ajmal    18-3-39-0
IJL Trott    57* (120b 6x4)      Abdur Rehman    4-2-9-0

Tea approaching. How about an over from Gul? Rehman will continue

52.1

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, good flight, Trott is alert as ever and defends it to the off side

52.2

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, nice turn this time and he gets behind the line and defends

52.3

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, fuller delivery pushed straight to mid-off

52.4

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, full on middle and leg and pushed down to mid-on

52.5

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, stays beside the line and defends to the off side

52.6

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, continues to toss it up, comes forward and knocks it to the off side

End of over 53 (maiden) England 131/1
IJL Trott    57* (126b 6x4)      Abdur Rehman    5-3-9-0
AN Cook    57* (151b 6x4)      Saeed Ajmal    18-3-39-0

Last over before tea

53.1

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, gets forward and blocks it out down the track

Poin goes deep and so does midwicket

53.2

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, 1 run, clips a full delivery just wide of mid-on and they take the single

53.3

Saeed Ajmal to Trott, no run, comes round the wicket to Trott, lunges forward and defends down the track

53.4

Saeed Ajmal to Trott, no run, flatter delivery and he stays back and defends

53.5

Saeed Ajmal to Trott, no run, squeezes out a full delivery back to the bowler

53.6

Saeed Ajmal to Trott, no run, clips it firmly towards midwicket and that's tea

Tea: The first wicket-less session of the series. England have ensured, slowly and steadily, that the momentum stays with them. The cricket's not been electric, but that doesn't matter.

Pakistan lost the plot with their reviews, completely. They didn't refer a plumb lbw and then wasted both their reviews against the same batsman, failing to spot that the impact was outside the line. Join us at the top of the hour.

End of over 54 (1 run) England 132/1
IJL Trott    57* (130b 6x4)      Saeed Ajmal    19-3-40-0
AN Cook    58* (153b 6x4)      Abdur Rehman    5-3-9-0

And we're back, can England really capitalise here?

54.1

Abdur Rehman to Cook, no run, pushed into the leg side with the turn

54.2

Abdur Rehman to Cook, no run, and again off the front foot, hint of turn

54.3

Abdur Rehman to Cook, no run, pressed forward outside off and defended

54.4

Abdur Rehman to Cook, no run, kicked away outside off

54.5

Abdur Rehman to Cook, no run, straight and Cook all the time looking to go with the spin to the leg side

54.6

Abdur Rehman to Cook, 1 run, tossed up and worked down to deep backward square

End of over 55 (1 run) England 133/1
AN Cook    59* (159b 6x4)      Abdur Rehman    6-3-10-0
IJL Trott    57* (130b 6x4)      Saeed Ajmal    19-3-40-0

It's all spin as Hafeez replaces Ajmal to begin from the other end...

55.1

Mohammad Hafeez to Cook, no run, pressed forward and blocked

55.2

Mohammad Hafeez to Cook, no run, dropped out on the off side

55.3

Mohammad Hafeez to Cook, 3 runs, cut hard and it beats point, chase back for two fielders and the batsman take three with good running

55.4

Mohammad Hafeez to Trott, no run, full and tucked to short leg on the bounce

55.5

Mohammad Hafeez to Trott, 3 runs, nicely driven off the back foot and it skips away towards the cover rope

55.6

Mohammad Hafeez to Cook, no run, blocked on off stump from the crease

End of over 56 (6 runs) England 139/1
AN Cook    62* (163b 6x4)      Mohammad Hafeez    18-4-35-1
IJL Trott    60* (132b 6x4)      Abdur Rehman    6-3-10-0

Pakistan need to get their act together here. New session, they need to formulate some ideas and bowl to a plan. They need pressure and they need wickets to get themselves back into the game, even with this lead still intact...

56.1

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, pushed away into the off side

56.2

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, defended on off stump

56.3

Abdur Rehman to Trott, 1 run, flicked away into the leg side where there's a good save at midwicket, brief confusion but the batsman scramble through for the run

56.4

Abdur Rehman to Cook, 1 run, nicely turned by Cook round the corner

56.5

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, Trott not committing but it's slow off the surface and he's able to block from the crease

56.6

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, flatter into leg stump and defended

End of over 57 (2 runs) England 141/1
IJL Trott    61* (137b 6x4)      Abdur Rehman    7-3-12-0
AN Cook    63* (164b 6x4)      Mohammad Hafeez    18-4-35-1

Bumble bang on: Pakistan have to show energy and belief that they can get themselves going again. They're in danger of letting things slip away from them...

57.1

Mohammad Hafeez to Cook, no run, pushed forward on off stump

57.2

Mohammad Hafeez to Cook, no run, Cook defends more with the hands coming forward

57.3

Mohammad Hafeez to Cook, FOUR, cut hard, he's played it well today, and through point for four

57.4

Mohammad Hafeez to Cook, 1 run, tucked into midwicket off the back foot

57.5

Mohammad Hafeez to Trott, no run, blocked from the crease

57.6

Mohammad Hafeez to Trott, no run, length on off stump and defended into the off side

End of over 58 (5 runs) England 146/1
IJL Trott    61* (139b 6x4)      Mohammad Hafeez    19-4-40-1
AN Cook    68* (168b 7x4)      Abdur Rehman    7-3-12-0

Conference called for Pakistan. Discussion about the line suggests Bumble...it's a change and a change of pace because Umar Gul is coming back into the attack. Nowt for him so far...

58.1

Umar Gul to Cook, 2 runs, begins with a length ball on leg stump and gets pushed through midwicket for a couple

58.2

Umar Gul to Cook, no run, back of a length and blocked back up the pitch

58.3

Umar Gul to Cook, no run, short and wide and left alone

Bumble thinks Gul is looking uncomfortable...he's stretching out his calf...

58.4

Umar Gul to Cook, no run, Cook forward, slightly reaching out and blocking

58.5

Umar Gul to Cook, no run, tucked into the leg side from a length to midwicket

58.6

Umar Gul to Cook, no run, striking the pad from a good length, well outside off

Gul signals to the dressing room and I think he's got a problem Houston...

End of over 59 (2 runs) England 148/1
AN Cook    70* (174b 7x4)      Umar Gul    8-1-31-0
IJL Trott    61* (139b 6x4)      Mohammad Hafeez    19-4-40-1

Left calf problem for Gul...

59.1

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, defended forward into the off side

59.2

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, tried to be played off the back foot, inside edge into the pad

59.3

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, well forward to block

59.4

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, back foot push down the ground, hits Cook in the foot and rebounds to midwicket

59.5

Abdur Rehman to Trott, 1 run, tucked past midwicket and they take just once because it was a decent scramble by the fielder

59.6

Abdur Rehman to Cook, 2 runs, probably off the pad, nope a thin edge, its gone very fine and deep square leg comes round

End of over 60 (3 runs) England 151/1
AN Cook    72* (175b 7x4)      Abdur Rehman    8-3-15-0
IJL Trott    62* (144b 6x4)      Umar Gul    8-1-31-0

Looks like Gul could be ok to resume bowling here after treatment...

60.1

Umar Gul to Trott, no run, length and defended into the off side

60.2

Umar Gul to Trott, 1 run, short and pulled down to long leg

60.3

Umar Gul to Cook, no run, short and wide, bottom edge to cover

60.4

Umar Gul to Cook, no run, back foot push down the ground

60.5

Umar Gul to Cook, no run, pushed off the back foot to cover point

60.6

Umar Gul to Cook, no run, length and left outside off

Gul seemed to be coping ok with his calf there...

End of over 61 (1 run) England 152/1
AN Cook    72* (179b 7x4)      Umar Gul    9-1-32-0
IJL Trott    63* (146b 6x4)      Abdur Rehman    8-3-15-0

61.1

Abdur Rehman to Trott, 2 runs, driven away through extra cover and a chase back to the boundary for the fielder

61.2

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, played forward on middle and leg, inside edge that flashes past short leg

61.3

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, defended on the stumps

61.4

Abdur Rehman to Trott, 1 run, turned round the corner off a length

61.5

Abdur Rehman to Cook, 2 runs, tucked through midwicket, not the best piece of fielding by the skipper

61.6

Abdur Rehman to Cook, no run, pushed on the bounce to short leg

End of over 62 (5 runs) England 157/1
AN Cook    74* (181b 7x4)      Abdur Rehman    9-3-20-0
IJL Trott    66* (150b 6x4)      Umar Gul    9-1-32-0

Gul continuing so he must be ok...

62.1

Umar Gul to Trott, 1 run, back of a length wide of off stump, nudged away to deep point

62.2

Umar Gul to Cook, 1 run, width again and cut out to point

Gul hasn't been consistent enough with his lines and his losing his way with the right/left-hand partnership...

62.3

Umar Gul to Trott, 1 run, pushed away again to deep point

62.4

Umar Gul to Cook, no run, cut to cover

62.5

Umar Gul to Cook, no run, angled in from round the wicket and tucked to midwicket

62.6

Umar Gul to Cook, no run, length and pushed away outside off to cover

End of over 63 (3 runs) England 160/1
AN Cook    75* (185b 7x4)      Umar Gul    10-1-35-0
IJL Trott    68* (152b 6x4)      Abdur Rehman    9-3-20-0

"Pakistan performance is so dull today... Misbah come on, wake up and do something out of the box!!" I quite agree Yasir, Pakistan need some invention here to try and create something. The day is really just rolling along for them in the field...

63.1

Abdur Rehman to Trott, 2 runs, played forward on off stump with soft hands and guided behind square past slip

63.2

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, pushed into the on side from a full length

63.3

Abdur Rehman to Trott, FOUR, poor ball, short and wide and cut away through cover, Trott doesn't miss out on loose deliveries

63.4

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run, back to defend back up the pitch

63.5

Abdur Rehman to Trott, no run

63.6

Abdur Rehman to Trott, OUT, from nowhere Trott's gone. Didn't get forward as he might and a turning ball goes past the outside edge into the top of off stump. Perfect left arm orthodox delivery but Trott's footwork was certainly at fault there. Has he handed Pakistan a way back into the game here?

IJL Trott b Abdur Rehman 74 (199m 158b 7x4 0x6) SR: 46.83

End of over 64 (6 runs) England 166/2
     Abdur Rehman    10-3-26-1
AN Cook    75* (185b 7x4)      Umar Gul    10-1-35-0

So a new man and now Ajmal is straight into the attack...

64.1

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, 1 run, turned round the corner

KP...

64.2

Saeed Ajmal to Pietersen, no run, comes a long way forward and blocks

64.3

Saeed Ajmal to Pietersen, no run, straighter and pushed into the leg side, no run, too close to midwicket

64.4

Saeed Ajmal to Pietersen, no run, forward on middle and off and defended into the on side

64.5

Saeed Ajmal to Pietersen, no run, straight away down the pitch and just gets something on it to push into the leg side

64.6

Saeed Ajmal to Pietersen, no run, doosra but Pietersen is a long way forward to defend

End of over 65 (1 run) England 167/2
KP Pietersen    0* (5b)      Saeed Ajmal    20-3-41-0
AN Cook    76* (186b 7x4)      Abdur Rehman    10-3-26-1

Huge challenge now for Pietersen to get going. He needs to play for the team, which he ain't too good at going given past performances...

65.1

Abdur Rehman to Cook, no run, Cook back on his stumps and pushing to mid on

65.2

Abdur Rehman to Cook, no run, fired in quicker down the leg side and it goes past leg stump and off the keeper's pad

65.3

Abdur Rehman to Cook, no run, pushed from a full length to midwicket

65.4

Abdur Rehman to Cook, no run, moved from off stump into the on side off the front foot

65.5

Abdur Rehman to Cook, no run, flicked away by Cook but midwicket is stationed to field

65.6

Abdur Rehman to Cook, 1 run, shovelled past square leg out towards the boundary

End of over 66 (1 run) England 168/2
AN Cook    77* (192b 7x4)      Abdur Rehman    11-3-27-1
KP Pietersen    0* (5b)      Saeed Ajmal    20-3-41-0

Replay of the wicket, it's a beauty from Rehman, tossed up and turned a good way. But Trott was lazy in not getting forward as he should...

66.1

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, full and pushed to mid on

66.2

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, played a little bit around the pad into the on side

66.3

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, that was the other one, Cook kicks it away

66.4

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, flatter and quicker and Cook pushes and misses at it, a cracker from Ajmal

66.5

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, cut to point

66.6

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, FOUR, another cut but this time Cook gets it away past point and away to the rope

End of over 67 (4 runs) England 172/2
AN Cook    81* (198b 8x4)      Saeed Ajmal    21-3-45-0
KP Pietersen    0* (5b)      Abdur Rehman    11-3-27-1

Six balls at Pietersen available here. Get um round the bat, everybody up saving one...we've got three catchers...

67.1

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, defended outside off stump

67.2

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, another real goodun from Rehman, turning one past Pietersen's outside edge

67.3

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, forward and blocked on off stump

67.4

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, down the pitch and pushed up on the off side

Still not away...

67.5

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, left alone outside off

67.6

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, FOUR, short and Pietersen's away! Cutting hard and that's a good shot, through cover for four

Despite losing Trott, England are still well on top here at drinks. Cook needs to cash in and get a biggie to put his side in a match-winning position. Pakistan have got one wicket, they need to get two more before the close to bring themselves right back into the contest. Very achieveabale with Ajmal and friends on the case...Time for a darjeeling...

End of over 68 (4 runs) England 176/2
KP Pietersen    4* (11b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    12-3-31-1
AN Cook    81* (198b 8x4)      Saeed Ajmal    21-3-45-0

Thanks Alex. Cook knows a thing or two about daddy hundreds. Is he on course to one here?

68.1

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, gets forward and blocks it out down the pitch

68.2

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, quicker through the air and defended back to the bowler

68.3

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, more air this time and flicked towards mid-on

68.4

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, forward and knocked wide of short leg

68.5

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, lands it on the blockhole and he squeezes it out down the track

68.6

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, FOUR, flatter and quicker and an alert Cook reads the length early, rocks back and thumps it past the gap between cover and point

End of over 69 (4 runs) England 180/2
AN Cook    85* (204b 9x4)      Saeed Ajmal    22-3-49-0
KP Pietersen    4* (11b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    12-3-31-1

69.1

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, softly pushed down the track

69.2

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, 1 run, full on the pads and worked away with the wrists wide of mid-on

69.3

Abdur Rehman to Cook, no run, tossed up on middle and blocked out

69.4

Abdur Rehman to Cook, 1 run, flatter delivery and clipped just wide of mid-on and they hurry the single

69.5

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, drives and Rehman jogs to his left to pick it up

2 slips and a short leg

69.6

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, fires it a bit quicker and he defends in front of the stumps

Ed: "KP often seems to be a bit flat when there's no atmosphere, but even he should be able to feed off the anticipation here."

End of over 70 (2 runs) England 182/2
KP Pietersen    5* (15b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    13-3-33-1
AN Cook    86* (206b 9x4)      Saeed Ajmal    22-3-49-0

70.1

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, comes over the wicket to Cook, he's not troubled as he lunges forward to defend

70.2

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, gets forward and squeezes it out to point

70.3

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, more air this time and he gets forward early to defend

70.4

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, skids through and he clips him straight to short leg

70.5

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, tossed up outside off and clipped towards mid-on

70.6

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, chops it to the off side

I wonder if the shouts of Pakistan jeetega will get KP all charged up. Those are the sounds emanating from the ground right now

End of over 71 (maiden) England 182/2
AN Cook    86* (212b 9x4)      Saeed Ajmal    23-4-49-0
KP Pietersen    5* (15b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    13-3-33-1

71.1

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run

71.2

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, shapes to cut but he misses it, close call

71.3

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, lunges forward and blocks it out

71.4

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, softly pushes it to the off side

Now the Barmy Army has cranked up the volume

71.5

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, mistimes his drive down to mid-off

71.6

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, 1 run, gives it more air and KP pushes it to long-off to retain the strike

End of over 72 (1 run) England 183/2
KP Pietersen    6* (21b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    14-3-34-1
AN Cook    86* (212b 9x4)      Saeed Ajmal    23-4-49-0

72.1

Saeed Ajmal to Pietersen, 1 run, bit of a scramble but KP makes it, pushes it to mid-on and puts pressure on the fielder

72.2

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, 2 runs, Chance Ajmal tosses it up slowly and gets it to spin and square up Cook who gets an outside edge which evades Hafeez at slip

72.3

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, 1 run, places it square of the wicket on the off side

72.4

Saeed Ajmal to Pietersen, no run, defends it with soft hands to the on side

72.5

Saeed Ajmal to Pietersen, 1 run, turns it down to long leg with the turn, a few more fielders close to the batsman could do the trick

72.6

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, flatter delivery and he gets good turn past Cook who safely shoulders arms

Cook can certainly give the Indian batsmen lessons on staying at the crease

End of over 73 (5 runs) England 188/2
AN Cook    89* (215b 9x4)      Saeed Ajmal    24-4-54-0
KP Pietersen    8* (24b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    14-3-34-1

73.1

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, flatter delivery and pushed back to the bowler

Shafiq fields at short leg so three man around KP

73.2

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, keeps it flat and Pietersen ensures he defends in front of the stumps

73.3

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, gets another one to skid towards the stumps but KP punches it

73.4

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, FOUR, he improvises by chipping down the track, takes it on the fuller length and whips it well wide of mid-on who pretty much gave up the chase as soon as it passed him

73.5

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, driven firmly back to the bowler who hurls it back towards the keeper, heads up!

73.6

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, rocks back and punches a flatter delivery towards cover

Shiraz, on the battle of the slow men: "It's ironic how some fans always criticize Misbah for his slow strike rate. Cook who is a top order batsman for England is currently on 85 from 204. Ample proof that Misbah is a mature batsman who plays his innings according to the situation."

End of over 74 (4 runs) England 192/2
KP Pietersen    12* (30b 2x4)      Abdur Rehman    15-3-38-1
AN Cook    89* (215b 9x4)      Saeed Ajmal    24-4-54-0

74.1

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, 1 run, rocks back at the crease and punches it down to sweeper cover

74.2

Saeed Ajmal to Pietersen, 1 run, clipped just wide of Gul at mid-on who slides and stops it

74.3

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, slower through the air and defended on the front foot

74.4

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, FOUR, stays back and clips it against the turn, Junaid fluffs the dive at mid-on and the ball races away

74.5

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, no run, thrusts his pad forward and defends

74.6

Saeed Ajmal to Cook, OUT, the doosra ends Cook's vigil! Bowled from over the wicket, lands on middle and off and straightens to hit middle, Cook fails to cover the line to defend, he doesn't challenge it because he's convinced himself that was hitting the stumps

AN Cook lbw b Saeed Ajmal 94 (296m 220b 10x4 0x6) SR: 42.72

End of over 75 (6 runs) England 198/3
     Saeed Ajmal    25-4-60-1
KP Pietersen    13* (31b 2x4)      Abdur Rehman    15-3-38-1

Pakistan have managed to dislodge Cook while still ahead. Nevertheless, a gritty knock from Cook comes to an end

75.1

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, gets well forward and defends

75.2

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, gets forward and defends with soft hands

75.3

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, dabs it softly wide of silly point

75.4

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, gives it more air and he defends on the front foot

75.5

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, quicker through the air and defended towards silly point

75.6

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, no run, gives him the charge and then checks his shot and defends

End of over 76 (maiden) England 198/3
KP Pietersen    13* (37b 2x4)      Abdur Rehman    16-4-38-1
IR Bell    0* (0b)      Saeed Ajmal    25-4-60-1

Four overs left for the new ball. 2 slips and a short leg

76.1

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, no run, sharp off break and Bell manages to defend it easily

76.2

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, no run, not this time though, a thick inside edge onto the pads

An extra slip now

76.3

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, FOUR, with four fielders crowding around him Bell decides to lunge forward and chip it in the air safely over extra cover

76.4

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, no run, the doosra beats the outside edge, already shaping into a good contest

76.5

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, no run, the off break and it keeps a bit low but Bell tucks it down to short leg

76.6

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, no run, loopy full toss but Bell thuds it off the bottom half of the bat and can't beat mid-off

End of over 77 (4 runs) England 202/3
IR Bell    4* (6b 1x4)      Saeed Ajmal    26-4-64-1
KP Pietersen    13* (37b 2x4)      Abdur Rehman    16-4-38-1

77.1

Abdur Rehman to Pietersen, 1 run, pushes it down to mid-off and challenges the fielder Junaid by taking off for the run, the throw was too wide

77.2

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, gets across and blocks it to the off side

77.3

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, quicker, flatter and it really skidded towards the stumps, played it with soft hands and the edge fell wide of slip

77.4

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, turn, bounce, fizz, pace, everything...Bell was all at sea, great keeping by Adnan

77.5

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, skids through outside off and Bell leaves it alone, Rehman smiles

77.6

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, gets forward and defends it to the off side

End of over 78 (1 run) England 203/3
IR Bell    4* (11b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    17-4-39-1
KP Pietersen    14* (38b 2x4)      Saeed Ajmal    26-4-64-1

Spin trial for Bell here. Pakistan are putting the pressure on him

78.1

Saeed Ajmal to Pietersen, OUT, excellent judgement by the slip catcher Hafeez! Tossed up on the off stump, Pietersen tries to clip it with the turn and gets an inside edge which lobs off the pad and brushes Adnan's glove and Hafeez watches the ball carefully and takes the catch on the fall to his left

KP Pietersen c Mohammad Hafeez b Saeed Ajmal 14 (57m 39b 2x4 0x6) SR: 35.89

England still trail by 54, here's Morgan

78.2

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, no run, comes round the wicket and he gets way forward and defends

78.3

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, no run, stays on the back foot and defends, keeps a bit low

78.4

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, 2 runs, bowls it slower and he edges it towards short third man, Rehman slides and misfields

78.5

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, no run, Morgan covers his stumps, gets well across and defends

78.6

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, no run, turn and bounce from the rough outside off and Morgan didn't look too comfortable

End of over 79 (2 runs) England 205/4
EJG Morgan    2* (5b)      Saeed Ajmal    27-4-66-2
IR Bell    4* (11b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    17-4-39-1

79.1

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, not much turn and Bell safely defends

79.2

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, gets forward and defends with soft hands to the off side

79.3

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, gets forward and defends with soft hands

79.4

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, flatter and on middle and leg, Azhar does well to intercept it at short leg

79.5

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, sharp turn again and it beats him, suddenly looks like a different pitch now

79.6

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, this one skidded through but Bell ensured he got behind to defend

Jonathan Agnew tweets: "Vaughan quite right - many batsmen on 94 on front foot would have gambled a team review. Cook is a team man."

End of over 80 (maiden) England 205/4
IR Bell    4* (17b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    18-5-39-1
EJG Morgan    2* (5b)      Saeed Ajmal    27-4-66-2

80.1

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, no run, comes round the wicket, Morgan safely defends

80.2

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, no run, big turn from the rough and Adnan got all excited because there may have been a sound, bat hitting boot perhaps

80.3

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, no run, squares him up again, this ball straightens and Morgan's foxed on the back foot

80.4

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, no run, watches it spin on its way to the keeper

Leg gully comes in

80.5

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, no run, the off break and the outside edge just evades second slip

80.6

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, no run, fires it on the blockhole and Morgan keeps it out

End of over 81 (maiden) England 205/4
EJG Morgan    2* (11b)      Saeed Ajmal    28-5-66-2
IR Bell    4* (17b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    18-5-39-1

81.1

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, don't ask me how that missed! Turn and bounce and somehow it evaded the edge and the top of the off stump

I must say I'm very impressed with Adnan's technique keeping to the spinners

81.2

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, comes well forward and defends

81.3

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, gets forward and blocks it out

81.4

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, stays back and defends with soft hands

81.5

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, defends onto his boot, the ball rolls away to the off side

81.6

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, he thrusts forward and defends

End of over 82 (maiden) England 205/4
IR Bell    4* (23b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    19-6-39-1
EJG Morgan    2* (11b)      Saeed Ajmal    28-5-66-2

I should have mentioned earlier that Pakistan haven't taken the new ball

82.1

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, no run, hits his pad outside the line of leg as he tries to nudge it away, big appeal by Adnan

82.2

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, no run

82.3

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, 1 run, clips it down to mid-on for a single

Bell v Ajmal again

82.4

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, no run, fuller delivery and he mistimes the drive to mid-on

82.5

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, no run, the doosra shoots up and foxes Bell completely, living on the edge here

82.6

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, no run, thick inside edge onto the pads and sharp turn as well, Ajmal and gang went up in appeal but Oxenford was alert to the edge

End of over 83 (1 run) England 206/4
IR Bell    4* (26b 1x4)      Saeed Ajmal    29-5-67-2
EJG Morgan    3* (14b)      Abdur Rehman    19-6-39-1

2 overs left

83.1

Abdur Rehman to Morgan, no run, gets forward and defends with soft hands, we're into the extra half hour now

83.2

Abdur Rehman to Morgan, no run, turns and hits his pad but outside the line of the off stump, another enquiry

83.3

Abdur Rehman to Morgan, 1 leg bye, Rehman pops the question again, turns a bit and hits him on the top flap of the front pad, too high

83.4

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, comes well forward and defends to the off side

83.5

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, gets well forward and blocks it out

83.6

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, quicker through the air and defended on the front foot

End of over 84 (1 run, maiden) England 207/4
IR Bell    4* (29b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    20-7-39-1
EJG Morgan    3* (17b)      Saeed Ajmal    29-5-67-2

Ajmal v Morgan/Bell one last time today

84.1

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, no run, stays back and punches it to the off side

84.2

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, no run, quicker through the air and defended solidly on the front foot

84.3

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, no run, comes forward and smothers the spin

4 men around the bat, fine leg comes up

84.4

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, no run, quicker through the air and easily blocked out

84.5

Saeed Ajmal to Morgan, OUT, 2 balls to go and Morgan succumbs! After bowling a few flatter deliveries Ajmal decides to toss it up a bit more, lands it outside the off stump and Morgan offers a thin edge through to Hafeez at first slip, that's stumps as well

EJG Morgan c Mohammad Hafeez b Saeed Ajmal 3 (24m 22b 0x4 0x6) SR: 13.63

Stumps, day 2: The umpires would want to set up an Enquiries Desk behind the stumps with a laptop, phone and speakers because there have been plenty of shouts today. The spinners have created opportunities this final session.

The complexion of the game has changed quite a bit with England still behind by 50 and half their side back in the pavilion. Could have been a slightly different story had Pakistan been more intelligent with their use of the reviews. Cook and Trott batted like there were no demons on the surface but Pakistan hung on. It was just one of 'those' sessions.

You can read more about it in David Hopps' report which is getting updated as I write. Plus pieces from George Dobell.

We'll leave you with Mark's comments: "If players like Prior and Broad are positive England can still reach 350+, which would probably be a winning lead. Prodding around until you get a good delivery may not be the best strategy tomorrow morning!"

We'll see you again tomorrow. Cheers!

Greetings sports fans. What a session we have coming up. It will probably decide the outcome of this series. If England can put on another hundred or more they'll be well on their way to levelling the series. If Pakistan can run through England, it could be them looking to wrap up this rubber with a match to spare...Saeed Ajmal to finish his over...

Day 3: Good morning and welcome to the coverage of the third day in Abu Dhabi. The game's wide open now after Pakistan's spinners drew them back in the contest.

The pitch has cracks that have widened and David Lloyd reckons that to bat on this pitch will take "a lot of skill". Last evening certainly took quite a bit of skill. Ian Bell must have wondered how he survived. Fortunately for England they have Matt Prior, their in-form man, coming in.

Here's an extract from George Dobell's analysis piece yesterday: "It is hard to predict how the pitch will play later in the game. As Cook said "history suggests this wicket holds together," and it may barely deteriorate. The suspicion is, however, that this is a very different wicket. Batting last could be tricky and if England can gain a first-innings lead of anything over 80, it could be priceless."

Dubai ended in three days. This one certainly isn't. It's going to be a tough morning nevertheless. I'm handing over to Alex now.

84.6

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, Prior across the off stump and defended

End of over 85 (wicket maiden) England 207/5
MJ Prior    0* (1b)      Saeed Ajmal    30-6-67-3
IR Bell    4* (29b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    20-7-39-1

So the new ball available but Pakistan stick with spin and Abdur Rehman...to Ian Bell...

85.1

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, forward on off stump and blocked

85.2

Abdur Rehman to Bell, 1 run, paddle swept to deep backward square leg

85.3

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, Prior forward to an excellent spinning delivery that beats him outside off

85.4

Abdur Rehman to Prior, 2 runs, Prior paddles from a long way outside off, wide of the man in the deep so it's two

85.5

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, forward on middle and leg and pushed up on the on side

85.6

Abdur Rehman to Prior, no run, slightly back of a length and Prior defends on the back foot

End of over 86 (3 runs) England 210/5
MJ Prior    2* (5b)      Abdur Rehman    21-7-42-1
IR Bell    5* (31b 1x4)      Saeed Ajmal    30-6-67-3

Since Jan 2011, England's tail add 50 per wicket. Remarkable...and plenty of encouragement for the tourists. But much hard work to do...

86.1

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, 3 runs, lovely stroke, Bell well forward and driving with good timing for three past a lumbering Younis Khan at mid off, who puts in a curious dive after a his chase

86.2

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, flicked into the leg side but it hits short leg

86.3

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, 1 run, oh goodness dropped at deep backward square. An absolute dolly - straight down his throat. Prior swept hard against the doosra but it came off a huge top edge and straight to the fielder - Junaid Khan - in the deep who shelled a straightforward chance

86.4

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, 1 run, Bell now pushes into the off side for a run to point

86.5

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, strikes the the back pad outside the off stump

86.6

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, down the leg side, taken by Akmal

End of over 87 (5 runs) England 215/5
MJ Prior    3* (9b)      Saeed Ajmal    31-6-72-3
IR Bell    9* (33b 1x4)      Abdur Rehman    21-7-42-1

That is some let off for England, what a missed chance for Pakistan...

87.1

Abdur Rehman to Bell, FOUR, Bell smashes down the ground and dropped again this time by the bowler but this was a very stiff chance. Bell nailed the lofted drive and it burst through the bowler's fingers and through to the straight boundary

87.2

Abdur Rehman to Bell, FOUR, now Bell waits and rocks back, cutting hard to the cover rope. Good batting from England

87.3

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, well forward to defend on off stump

87.4

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, flatter and blocked again back to the bowler

87.5

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, flat once more and Bell played from the crease to push back up the wicket

87.6

Abdur Rehman to Bell, 1 run, cut hard to cover and a misfield allows England through for a run

End of over 88 (9 runs) England 224/5
IR Bell    18* (39b 3x4)      Abdur Rehman    22-7-51-1
MJ Prior    3* (9b)      Saeed Ajmal    31-6-72-3

Slices of luck for England but fortune favours the brave and the result is a very bright start by the batsman...

88.1

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, 1 run, flat and straight and flicked down to deep square

88.2

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, big spin into Prior, huge shout for lbw and given not out. Had to have hit it to be saved

88.3

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, this doesn't turn and it's blocked back up the pitch

88.4

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, another cry for leg before but Prior was well forward and outside the line

88.5

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, another cry for leg before but that was going well down

88.6

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, back and across and blocked

Looks as if Prior did get a faint edge on the big leg before shout...amazing decision from the umpire.

End of over 89 (1 run) England 225/5
MJ Prior    3* (14b)      Saeed Ajmal    32-6-73-3
IR Bell    19* (40b 3x4)      Abdur Rehman    22-7-51-1

89.1

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, Off stump, full and blocked

89.2

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, fine delivery, pitches, turns away from Bell's outside edge

89.3

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, forward on off stump and blocked into the off side

89.4

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, slider outside off and well left, crazy appeal by Akmal

89.5

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, defended forward on off stump

89.6

Abdur Rehman to Bell, 2 runs, leg stump and pushed into midwicket, the mid on fielder has to run round the ball to field with his left hand so the batsman are able to scramble two...excellent running

End of over 90 (2 runs) England 227/5
IR Bell    21* (46b 3x4)      Abdur Rehman    23-7-53-1
MJ Prior    3* (14b)      Saeed Ajmal    32-6-73-3

90.1

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, no run, down the leg side and well taken by Akmal

90.2

Saeed Ajmal to Prior, OUT, gone Prior was caught on the back foot again and this time given out. It's referred but replays have that hitting leg stump so Prior goes. He had got a little stuck against Ajmal and eventually the chief destroyer has pinned him, turning one past the inside edge and catching him on the knee roll

MJ Prior lbw b Saeed Ajmal 3 (20m 16b 0x4 0x6) SR: 18.75

Junaid Khan will be one mightily relieved man...

90.3

Saeed Ajmal to Broad, 1 run, paddle sweep straight away from Broad and he gets it into the leg side behind square

90.4

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, no run, oh dear Bell goes to cut and gets it all wrong, inside edging past his stumps...perhaps he though he's picked a doosra...it wasn't

90.5

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, no run, pushed firmly back to the bowler off the front foot and Ajmal gets down well to save to his right

90.6

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, no run, blocked back up the pitch from off stump

End of over 91 (1 run) England 228/6
IR Bell    21* (49b 3x4)      Saeed Ajmal    33-6-74-4
SCJ Broad    1* (1b)      Abdur Rehman    23-7-53-1

Pakistan with that wicket wrest back the initiative once more...this is thrilling cricket...the best the sport can offer here...

91.1

Abdur Rehman to Broad, no run, full and a little awkwardly pushed back to the bowler

91.2

Abdur Rehman to Broad, no run, driven from length against the spin and nearly gets done through the gate

91.3

Abdur Rehman to Broad, 1 run, quicker and Broad forward off an inside edge that runs through square leg

Whistling in the crowd, sounds like the Clangers are watching...remember that programme? ... brief delay for an injury to Akmal following a terrible return from Umar Gul...

91.4

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, flatter and left outside off

91.5

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, flatter again outside and cut well but much better work in the field with a sliding save at cover

91.6

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, blocked back up the pitch

End of over 92 (1 run) England 229/6
IR Bell    21* (52b 3x4)      Abdur Rehman    24-7-54-1
SCJ Broad    2* (4b)      Saeed Ajmal    33-6-74-4

92.1

Saeed Ajmal to Broad, no run, flat on middle and leg and pushed back to the bowler

92.2

Saeed Ajmal to Broad, no run, forward, angled away to backward point

92.3

Saeed Ajmal to Broad, no run, outside off and left, just

92.4

Saeed Ajmal to Broad, 1 run, Broad tries to go down the ground and squirts it into the leg side along the ground

92.5

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, no run, forward to a full ball on off stump and blocked with soft hands

92.6

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, no run, fourth stump line and pushed away to point on the front foot

End of over 93 (1 run) England 230/6
IR Bell    21* (54b 3x4)      Saeed Ajmal    34-6-75-4
SCJ Broad    3* (8b)      Abdur Rehman    24-7-54-1

93.1

Abdur Rehman to Broad, 1 run, half hit down the ground and it falls well short of deep mid on who's gone back

93.2

Abdur Rehman to Bell, 1 run, pushed away by Bell past cover, there's a man on the rope

93.3

Abdur Rehman to Broad, 1 run, that's nicely nudged away on the drive past mid off who goes back to field

93.4

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, forward on middle and off to block

93.5

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, pushed forward into the off side

93.6

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, carefully defended on the front foot

End of over 94 (3 runs) England 233/6
IR Bell    22* (58b 3x4)      Abdur Rehman    25-7-57-1
SCJ Broad    5* (10b)      Saeed Ajmal    34-6-75-4

Pictures of Giles Clarke, ECB Chairman, in the crowd sporting a rather maize-coloured jacket...I say...

94.1

Saeed Ajmal to Broad, no run, pushed firmly and out to point

94.2

Saeed Ajmal to Broad, no run, fine nut, fizzed through and slides past the outside edge, very close

94.3

Saeed Ajmal to Broad, FOUR, Broad finally gets the lofted drive up and over the in-field, it's well struck and controlled to the long off boundary

94.4

Saeed Ajmal to Broad, FOUR, and now lavishly driven to the cover fence. A big stride forward out to the pitch of the ball and timed superbly away between point and cover

Changes afoot...mid off being pushed back slightly, long on is out too... still a slip and short leg

94.5

Saeed Ajmal to Broad, no run, over the wicket now and edged on the ground to slip

94.6

Saeed Ajmal to Broad, no run, played forward up on the on side

End of over 95 (8 runs) England 241/6
SCJ Broad    13* (16b 2x4)      Saeed Ajmal    35-6-83-4
IR Bell    22* (58b 3x4)      Abdur Rehman    25-7-57-1

I think Broad's demonstrated the way to play spin, get well forward...how many dismissals have we seen with players on the back foot for both teams against spin?

95.1

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, blocked on off stump

95.2

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, defended carefully back to the bowler with a forward drift

95.3

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, forward on off stump and tucked into the off side

95.4

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, it's a lovely delivery with sharp turn past the outside edge...too good says Bumble

95.5

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, watched carefully and pushed to point

95.6

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, defended on middle stump

End of over 96 (maiden) England 241/6
IR Bell    22* (64b 3x4)      Abdur Rehman    26-8-57-1
SCJ Broad    13* (16b 2x4)      Saeed Ajmal    35-6-83-4

He may not have the glory of Ajmal but Rehamn has certainly played his part for Pakistan. Some absolute jaffers...

96.1

Saeed Ajmal to Broad, no run, forward pushing back to the bowler...

96.2

Saeed Ajmal to Broad, no run, swept fine but only as far as short fine leg

96.3

Saeed Ajmal to Broad, FOUR, smashed. A big slog sweep over midwicket, fine strike from Broad with another big stride forward to the pitch

Midwicket now goes back to the fence...

96.4

Saeed Ajmal to Broad, 1 run, played with soft hands past short leg and because the field is back they nearly steal two but short leg scrambles well

96.5

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, no run, forward on off stump and blocked

Waqar wants the new ball and the quicks back...

96.6

Saeed Ajmal to Bell, 1 run, flicked to deep mid on for an easy single

End of over 97 (6 runs) England 247/6
IR Bell    23* (66b 3x4)      Saeed Ajmal    36-6-89-4
SCJ Broad    18* (20b 3x4)      Abdur Rehman    26-8-57-1

It's still Rehman...

97.1

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, and Bell is forward to block on middle and leg

97.2

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, carefully forward on off stump to defend

Ball is now too soft says Waqar...

97.3

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, blocked forward

97.4

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, defended again back to the bowler

97.5

Abdur Rehman to Bell, no run, carefully defended once more

97.6

Abdur Rehman to Bell, 3 runs, nicely run off the off the face behind square, it runs past slip and they sprint back for a third

End of over 98 (3 runs) England 250/6
IR Bell    26* (72b 3x4)      Abdur Rehman    27-8-60-1
SCJ Broad    18* (20b 3x4)      Saeed Ajmal    36-6-89-4

They've listened to Waqar and now we've got the new ball and Umar Gul to take it...two slips and a gully...big phase of the game...

98.1

Umar Gul to Bell, 1 run, clipped off the pads to long leg

I would imagine Broad will continue to attack...

98.2

Umar Gul to Broad, no run, not just yet, he shoulders arms

Will we see Khan back from the other end? Just six overs for him in the innings...

98.3

Umar Gul to Broad, FOUR, smashed over mid off, full of length and Broad throws everything at it, over the fielder for four, good stroke, that was Broad does

98.4

Umar Gul to Broad, FOUR, that's four more, driven off a bottom edge and past gully to third man

England into the lead! Important runs now...

98.5

Umar Gul to Broad, no run, short and Broad goes to hook without getting into position properly and misses

98.6

Umar Gul to Broad, 1 run, firm punch off the back foot to deeper mid off

Beverages on the field and England will be pleased with that first hour, especially after losing Matt Prior for 3. They will try to cash in on the new ball and if they could get a lead of more than 50 would be in control of the game. Pakistan still have plenty to work with and the spinners with a new ball will be a different proposition...Kanishkaa to take up the mantle till lunch...

End of over 99 (10 runs) England 260/6
SCJ Broad    27* (25b 5x4)      Umar Gul    11-1-45-0
IR Bell    27* (73b 3x4)      Abdur Rehman    27-8-60-1

Thanks Alex. It'd been a funny old innings. Defiance, defiance, then nerves, collapse, and order again. Hafeez to bowl

99.1

Mohammad Hafeez to Broad, FOUR, and straightaway Broad goes over the infield, scoops it high over extra cover and finds the boundary

99.2

Mohammad Hafeez to Broad, 1 run, shows his confidence by fetching it from outside off and paddling it down to fine leg

Slip and short leg close, deep square leg in place

99.3

Mohammad Hafeez to Bell, no run, no turn, lands it full and he defends

99.4

Mohammad Hafeez to Bell, 2 runs, sweeps and gets a faint tickle down to fine leg

99.5

Mohammad Hafeez to Bell, no run, gets well forward and defends

99.6

Mohammad Hafeez to Bell, no run, pushes it softly down the track

End of over 100 (7 runs) England 267/6
IR Bell    29* (77b 3x4)      Mohammad Hafeez    20-4-47-1
SCJ Broad    32* (27b 6x4)      Umar Gul    11-1-45-0
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