• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    retired out
    154
    272
    359
    19
    0
    56.61
    153
    288
    359
    22
    2
    53.12
    93 comes forward and that is it, Stumps. What a tremendous day for these two batting through the whole day. We'll be back tomorrow from 10am AEST for Day 2. Seeya then! 318
    99 comes forward at one he need not have played at, edging behind, second wicket since Lunch 345/4
    96 goes well across, keeps low, taken low on the pad and Umpire Wilson has now hesitation 329/3
    not out
    58
    97
    127
    6
    0
    59.79
    106.4 full and right on-line, trapped dead in front as he played from the crease 363/5
    123.3 looks to sweep a very full ball, takes the pad and Umpire Wilson agrees to the appeal 414/6
    128 lofts down to long on, Khaaja races in and takes a fine catch, England declares and it will be Tea 430/7
    Extras
    15 (b 8, lb 4, nb 2, w 1)
    TOTAL
    430/7d (128 Overs, RR: 3.35, 500 minutes)
    Fall of wickets: 1-318 (AN Cook, 92.6 ov), 2-318 (MA Carberry, 92.6 ov), 3-329 (KP Pietersen, 95.6 ov), 4-345 (IJL Trott, 98.6 ov), 5-363 (GS Ballance, 106.4 ov), 6-414 (MJ Prior, 123.3 ov), 7-430 (SCJ Broad, 127.6 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    BCJ Cutting3077522.5000
    TA Copeland3379913.0001
    MC Henriques1224403.6611
    JM Holland24110524.3700
    GJ Maxwell2738903.2900
    UT Khawaja20603.0000

Australia A 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st40M KlingerAJ Doolan
2nd8M KlingerUT Khawaja
3rd32M KlingerSE Marsh
4th39SE MarshCJ Ferguson
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