317dECB/PA

Bopara stars but Cook fails again

Alastair Cook was dismissed cheaply for the second time in the match as Essex and Lancashire settled for a draw at Chelmsford

Match Centre

END OF OVER:
30 | 16 Runs | Essex: 138/3

  • JD Ryder38 (23b)
  • RS Bopara52 (65b)
  • KR Brown1-0-16-0
  • H Hameed1-0-9-0
29.6
0
Brown to Ryder, no run,
29.5
0
Brown to Ryder, no run,
29.4
4
Brown to Ryder, FOUR runs,
29.3
4
Brown to Ryder, FOUR runs,
29.2
6
Brown to Ryder, SIX runs,
29.2
1w
Brown to Ryder, 1 wide,

Essex 3rd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st6AN CookNLJ Browne
2nd4AN CookT Westley
3rd70RS BoparaT Westley
4th58RS BoparaJD Ryder
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