Close of Play

  • Wed, 26 Jun - day 1 - Australians 1st innings 2/0 (SR Watson 0*, EJM Cowan 1*, 1 ov)
  • Thu, 27 Jun - day 2 - Australians 1st innings 266/4 (PJ Hughes 44*, BJ Haddin 38*, 62 ov)
  • Fri, 28 Jun - day 3 - Australians 2nd innings 36/0 (EJM Cowan 14*, UT Khawaja 18*, 8 ov)
  • Sat, 29 Jun - day 4 - Australians 2nd innings 263/4 (63.5 ov) - end of match

Match Notes

Australians 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st86EJM CowanUT Khawaja
2nd76UT KhawajaPJ Hughes
3rd39MJ ClarkePJ Hughes
4th3BJ HaddinMJ Clarke
5th59BJ HaddinJP Faulkner
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    Hughes has one thing in common with his coach - unorthodoxy. But Lehmann's presence should be useful in helping the left-hander deal with spin

  • A good outing for Australia's batsmen

    Fluent knocks from Usman Khawaja and Phillip Hughes and a sparkling half-century from Brad Haddin led the Australians to a six-wicket win over Somerset

  • Pattinson strikes Ashes rhythm

    Less than a year ago, James Pattinson finished an ODI tour of England with mediocre results. A year on, he has used that experience to emerge as Australia's first choice among fast bowlers leading up to the Ashes

  • Hughes among several Australian positives

    Several players have shown their desire to be part of Australia's team for the first Test against England with heartening displays at Taunton

  • Watson responds to Lehmann regime

    Shane Watson followed James Pattinson and Mitchell Starc in providing a tantalising glimpse of the destructive power to be found within this Australian side as they warmed up against Somerset