• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    b Miller
    74
    181
    168
    11
    0
    40.88
    c †Tallon b Miller
    1
    12
    10
    0
    0
    8.33
    c †Tallon b Johnson
    13
    64
    43
    2
    0
    20.31
    hit wicket b Miller
    184
    478
    413
    19
    0
    38.49
    c Hassett b Toshack
    43
    127
    101
    6
    0
    33.85
    c Miller b Johnston
    6
    28
    33
    0
    0
    21.42
    c & b Johnston
    22
    70
    66
    4
    0
    31.42
    c †Tallon b Johnston
    50
    102
    124
    8
    0
    49.01
    b Miller
    4
    11
    16
    0
    0
    36.36
    not out
    3
    16
    20
    0
    0
    18.75
    b Johnston
    9
    11
    8
    2
    0
    81.81
    Extras
    32 (b 12, lb 17, nb 3)
    TOTAL
    441 all out (183 Overs, RR: 2.4)
    Fall of wickets: 1-5 (C Washbrook, 2.6 ov), 2-39 (WJ Edrich, 20.6 ov), 3-150 (L Hutton, 66.2 ov), 4-243 (J Hardstaffjnr, 104.2 ov), 5-264 (CJ Barnett, 115.4 ov), 6-321 (NWD Yardley, 140.3 ov), 7-405 (DCS Compton, 173.4 ov), 8-413 (JC Laker, 177.3 ov), 9-423 (TG Evans, 179.6 ov), 10-441 (JA Young, 182.6 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    KR Miller441012542.8400
    WA Johnston591214742.4900
    ERH Toshack33146011.8103
    IWG Johnson42156611.5700
    SG Barnes521102.2000

Close of Play

  • Thu, 10 Jun - day 1 - Australia 1st innings 17/0 (SG Barnes 6*, AR Morris 10*)
  • Fri, 11 Jun - day 2 - Australia 1st innings 293/4 (DG Bradman 130*, AL Hassett 41*)
  • Sat, 12 Jun - day 3 - England 2nd innings 121/2 (L Hutton 63*, DCS Compton 36*)
  • Sun, 13 Jun - rest day
  • Mon, 14 Jun - day 4 - England 2nd innings 345/6 (DCS Compton 154*, TG Evans 10*)
  • Tue, 15 Jun - day 5 - Australia 2nd innings 98/2 (28.3 ov) - end of match

Match Notes

Australia tour of England 1948 News

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    Essex were the only county to bowl the 1948 Australians out, and what's more they did so in a day - but not before the tourists had amassed a world record score

  • As great as the sum of their parts

    George Dobell picks his top five teams in the history of Test cricket

  • A quiet goodbye

    Perhaps Bradman's farewell was all the more memorable for being unspectacular

  • Sledgehammer Sam speaks

    As the clock ticks on the Invincibles, 60 years on from the tour that made them, Sam Loxton still talks as he played

  • Stamp of approval

    When the Don set his praise down on wood