England tour of Australia, 6th ODI: Australia v England at Sydney, Feb 2, 2011
Australia won by 2 wickets (with 4 balls remaining)
2 February 2011 - day/night match (50-over match)
10.1

Hastings to Trott, 1 run, starts off with a back of a length ball outside off that is steered wide of third man for a single

10.2

Hastings to Strauss, no run, short of a good length delivery on the stumps, played back to the bowler

10.3

Hastings to Strauss, no run, looks so gentle after the much quicker trio that bowled before him, played out to mid off

10.4

Hastings to Strauss, 1 run, bowls it fuller around off, Strauss is already making room outside leg, and cracks it to sweeper cover

10.5

Hastings to Trott, no run, walks around two feet outside off stump, wanting to work this one through midwicket, and is beaten

10.6

Hastings to Trott, no run, good slower one to finish a steady first over, Trott gets well forward to defend in to the off side

England 48/1   JW Hastings 1-0-2-0
12.1

Hastings to Strauss, no run, defended close, too close to the stumps in fact, off the back foot

12.2

Hastings to Strauss, 2 runs, gets one on the pads, and flicks it past square leg for a useful couple

12.3

Hastings to Strauss, no run, Strauss targets cow corner with a swing across the line, but the ball rolls away off the bottom half of the blade to mid on

12.4

Hastings to Strauss, 1 run, some extra bounce for Hastings, Strauss gets on top of it, and guides it to third man

12.5

Hastings to Trott, 1 run, rushed down the track trying to crash the ball through covers, but got a bottom edge that scooted away in the direction of third man

12.6

Hastings to Strauss, 1 run, worked wide of short fine leg for a single

England 61/1   JW Hastings 2-0-7-0
14.1

Hastings to Strauss, FOUR, meanwhile, Strauss continues to have a go, and keeps connecting mostly, it was a short delivery asking to be hit, and he pulled it behind square leg in a flash

14.2

Hastings to Strauss, 1 wide, slower one sprayed wide down the leg side

14.2

Hastings to Strauss, 1 run, guided wide of backward point for another single

14.3

Hastings to Trott, no run, wants to slam this one through covers, but ends up bottom edging it close to the stumps on the crease

14.4

Hastings to Trott, no run, finds extra cover with the drive off the front foot

14.5

Hastings to Trott, 1 run, walks across and outside off stump, and whips a length delivery through square leg

14.6

Hastings to Strauss, 2 runs, gets outside the line of this one on middle and leg, and works it to the right of short fine leg to move on to 49

England 79/1   JW Hastings 3-0-16-0
29.1

Hastings to Pietersen, 1 run, plants the front foot out and drives a length ball to long off

29.2

Hastings to Trott, 1 run, shimmies across the stumps, and sends this one down to fine leg with a flick of the wrists

29.3

Hastings to Pietersen, FOUR, 114.4 kph short ball, pleading to be smashed, KP obliges, pulling it wide of deep midwicket who runs towards it in vain

29.4

Hastings to Pietersen, no run, much fuller and around off stump, he waits for it to arrive and defends it down the track

29.5

Hastings to Pietersen, FOUR, there is a man at sweeper cover, and he runs hard, but there is so much power on the cut from KP that he had no chance to cut it off as it crashed in to the ropes, poor shortish ball from Hastings

29.6

Hastings to Pietersen, 1 run, clipped through midwicket for a single to retain the strike

England 169/2   JW Hastings 4-0-27-0
31.1

Hastings to Trott, 1 run, back of a length around leg stump, worked away off the back foot past the square leg umpire

31.2

Hastings to Pietersen, 1 run, KP is constantly going down the track, and this time goes for an awkward pull as Hastings bangs it in short

31.3

Hastings to Trott, no run, thumped down the ground towards mid off, they are looking to cut loose now

31.4

Hastings to Trott, no run, loopy slow short delivery, by the times it goes over Trott's head, he was done with the pull, and watched it go through to Haddin

31.5

Hastings to Trott, no run, another slower one, much fuller now, he tries to force it through cover, but bottom edges it into the ground

31.6

Hastings to Trott, 1 run, yet another slower one, he bowls them with good control, cannot do much with it other than push it towards long off for a run

England 178/2   JW Hastings 5-0-30-0
33.1

Hastings to Trott, 1 run, waits for this length delivery, and dabs it down very late to third man

33.2

Hastings to Pietersen, no run, 113.7 kph slow bouncer, KP is surprised by it, and lets it go in the end over his head

33.3

Hastings to Pietersen, no run, 101.5 kph this time, slower and slower, KP tries to do something cute, and goes for the sweep from way outside off stump, and misses

33.4

Hastings to Pietersen, 1 run, this time he smashes this length delivery wide of sweeper cover

33.5

Hastings to Trott, 1 run, eased down the ground for a single to long on

33.6

Hastings to Pietersen, 1 run, gets it in the blockhole, lovely variation from the bowler, that's what you need on this road, jabbed away down to long on

England 189/2   JW Hastings 6-0-34-0
43.1

Hastings to Trott, 1 run, full and straight, Trott makes room and drives fluently to long-on

43.2

Hastings to Bell, 1 wide, the slower ball but its line is haywire, wide outside off stump

43.2

Hastings to Bell, 3 runs, Bell aims for over the off side but his drive results in an outside edge that passes short third man. Ferguson gives chase and saves one

43.3

Hastings to Trott, 2 runs, driven down the ground for two more

43.4

Hastings to Trott, 1 run, Trott inside-edges the legcutter on the leg side, he was looking to hit on the off

43.5

Hastings to Bell, FOUR, Bell moves across his stumps and plays the paddle from outside off past the fielder at short fine leg

43.6

Hastings to Bell, 2 runs, length delivery and Bell swats it powerfully towards midwicket where Watson jumps up on the edge of the circle and gets fingertips on the ball, tough chance

England 278/3   JW Hastings 7-0-48-0
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