England tour of Australia, 4th Test: Australia v England at Melbourne, Dec 26-29, 2010
The Ashes - 4th Test
England won by an innings and 157 runs
26,27,28,29 December 2010 (5-day match)
  • Overs 0-50
35.3

Anderson to Siddle, no run, you can always expect a scrap from Siddle, here he leaves alone outside off stump. Sounds obvious, but his colleagues haven't managed it

35.4

Anderson to Siddle, 1 run, big cheer as Siddle gets one, working down to fine leg for a single

Australia 78/8   PM Siddle 1* (2b)
36.1

Bresnan to Siddle, no run, Bresnan goes full and straight and Siddle defends

36.2

Bresnan to Siddle, FOUR, rare bad ball from Bresnan and Siddle takes full toll, nothing expansive, just a leg-stump line tickled down to fine leg for four

36.3

Bresnan to Siddle, no run, having gone leg side once Bresnan makes sure this is outside off stump

36.4

Bresnan to Siddle, no run, push and a miss outside off, bit of a tailender prod there

36.5

Bresnan to Siddle, no run, Siddle corrects himself after the last delivery by leaving alone

36.6

Bresnan to Siddle, no run, has it carried? Don't think it has, Swann, who collected the edge, wasn't sure. Bresnan found the outside edge as Siddle pushed outside off stump, went very low and probably carried to Swann, but on replay these things are rarely given out

Australia 82/8   PM Siddle 5* (8b 1x4)
38.1

Tremlett to Siddle, 3 runs, long half volley from Tremlett to start, and it's slapped through the covers by Australia's No. 10

Australia 89/8   PM Siddle 8* (9b 1x4)
39.1

Anderson to Siddle, no run, snaking away through the air, but outside off and easily left alone

39.2

Anderson to Siddle, no run, landing on a length on off stump, tapped defensively to cover

39.3

Anderson to Siddle, 3 runs, slapped with rather more intent this time, the ball beats a diving cover fielder but rolls to a halt in the outfield

Australia 92/8   PM Siddle 11* (12b 1x4)
40.1

Tremlett to Siddle, no run, beaten outside the off stump as Tremlett maintains an impeccable line. Possibly too good for the facing batsman...

40.2

Tremlett to Siddle, no run, Siddle whips the bat out of the way this time

40.3

Tremlett to Siddle, OUT, there we go, another one is on his way and Australia are nine down. Tremlett pitches one up invitingly outside off, a touch of movement through the air and off the pitch takes the ball away from the bat and a regulation edge lands safely in Prior's gloves. His fifth catch today

PM Siddle c †Prior b Tremlett 11 (25m 15b 1x4 0x6) SR: 73.33

Australia 92/9   PM Siddle 11 (15b 1x4)
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Hours of play (local time) 10.30am start, Lunch 12.30-13.10, Tea 15.10-15.30, Close 17.30

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