Australia tour of England and Scotland, 5th Test: England v Australia at The Oval, Aug 21-25, 2013
The Ashes - 5th Test
Match drawn
21,22,23,24,25 August 2013 (5-day match)
  • Overs 1-50
  • Overs 51-100
  • Overs 101-150
94.5

Anderson to Haddin, no run, testing ball first up, full and holding its line on off stump, Haddin has his wits about him to keep it out

94.6

Anderson to Haddin, no run, pitched up and bending in this time, again Haddin covers his stumps

Australia 320/5   BJ Haddin 0* (2b)
96.1

Anderson to Haddin, FOUR, too full and drifting down the leg side, Haddin gets a meaty connection on the ball and sends it racing through midwicket for a boundary

96.2

Anderson to Haddin, no run, pushed through, down the leg side, Haddin doesn't get anything on it

96.3

Anderson to Haddin, no run, edged and it bounces in front of Cook at first slip! Anderson taking the ball away from Haddin, who pushed at it, the edge went low and dropped a yard or two short

96.4

Anderson to Haddin, no run, touch short and again down the leg side, Haddin again misses with a flick

96.5

Anderson to Haddin, no run, short of a good length, outside off this time, left alone

96.6

Anderson to Haddin, no run, on the stumps and Haddin gets in line to defend, head low over the ball

Australia 324/5   BJ Haddin 4* (8b 1x4)
97.4

Broad to Haddin, no run, defended sharply from the crease as the ball homed in on off

97.5

Broad to Haddin, no run, Haddin gets a little squared up defending a length ball on middle and off, hopping back in exaggerated fashion to block

97.6

Broad to Haddin, 1 run, straight line and the ball doesn't deviate, allowing the batsman to nurdle one to leg

Australia 326/5   BJ Haddin 5* (11b 1x4)
98.1

Woakes to Haddin, no run, decent line to start off, defended in front of off stump

98.2

Woakes to Haddin, no run, good bounce and carry through to the keeper as Haddin leaves on in the channel outside off

98.3

Woakes to Haddin, no run, lbw appeal as Woakes beats Haddin for pace, looked to be sliding past leg stump, though, and Aleem Dar agrees

98.4

Woakes to Haddin, no run, hurries him again and this time hits Haddin right in the baby-maker! Ouch... Haddin takes a few moments to rearrange himself but is ready to continue

98.5

Woakes to Haddin, 1 run, slightly back of a length, at the body, maybe testing whether Haddin's vision might still be blurred by a tear or two, he manages to work the ball through square for one

Australia 327/5   BJ Haddin 6* (16b 1x4)
99.1

Broad to Haddin, no run, thunders through and sends a fullish ball down the leg side, Haddin is a whisker away from tickling the ball through to Prior

99.2

Broad to Haddin, 1 leg bye, short and at the batsman's body, comes off the padding and rolls behind square as Haddin fends at it

99.6

Broad to Haddin, no run, defended from the crease in front of off stump

Australia 329/5   BJ Haddin 6* (19b 1x4)
101.1

Broad to Haddin, 1 leg bye, back of a length, on the hips and the ball spoons up short on the leg side, Prior runs up to collect but they steal one

Australia 335/5   BJ Haddin 6* (20b 1x4)
102.1

Woakes to Haddin, no run, Woakes induces another play and a miss, on that nagging line outside off

102.2

Woakes to Haddin, FOUR, boshed straight back down the ground, lovely on drive from Haddin to a full, straight ball, no one is chasing that

102.3

Woakes to Haddin, no run, slightly full and a little wide, allowing Haddin to open the arms but he chops it into the ground towards cover

102.4

Woakes to Haddin, FOUR, slashed and edged high over gully, not really in any danger there, the ball in the air for a while and clearing the ring on its way down to third man

102.5

Woakes to Haddin, no run, better line, on off stump, Haddin gets back and across to defend

102.6

Woakes to Haddin, no run, stays a touch low, blocked on the back foot in front of off

Australia 351/5   BJ Haddin 14* (26b 3x4)
103.2

Anderson to Haddin, no run, in the channel, Haddin gets forward to a length balll

103.3

Anderson to Haddin, no run, tight line around off stump, slightly back of a length and defended from the crease

103.4

Anderson to Haddin, 1 run, angled in, towards middle and leg, turned through the on side

Australia 353/5   BJ Haddin 15* (29b 3x4)
104.1

Woakes to Haddin, no run, full and straight, driven handsomely down the ground, Broad slides and saves from mid-on

104.2

Woakes to Haddin, no run, slightly looser drive from a foot outside off, again full, stopped at point

104.3

Woakes to Haddin, no run, more of a length ball this time, tucked to midwicket from a straight line

104.4

Woakes to Haddin, no run, full and straight again, punched firmly back to the bowler

104.5

Woakes to Haddin, no run, even fuller, off stump line, driven off low on the bat to mid-off

104.6

Woakes to Haddin, no run, better length on off stump, defended with an awkward forward press, squeezes it into the covers

Australia 353/5   BJ Haddin 15* (35b 3x4)
105.2

Anderson to Haddin, no run, Haddin gives himself a little room outside off stump and goes for a square drive from a ball on a fourth-stump line, ends up a reasonably ugly hack and gets a bottom edge to point

105.3

Anderson to Haddin, no run, full down the leg side, Haddin flicks at it and Prior goes up for an appeal, nothing from Anderson, not out given but Cook tries a review. Haddin has missed it by an absolute mile, that is a truly ridiculous review and shame on Matt Prior for cajoling his captain into asking the question, a total waste. For some reason they check the lbw too even though it quite clearly hit Haddin outside the line of leg stump. A few minutes we'll never get back there

105.4

Anderson to Haddin, FOUR, leg side again, Haddin does hit this and gets it very fine to the boundary

105.5

Anderson to Haddin, no run, forward press from just outside off stump just in front of point, fielder is up quickly to save the single

105.6

Anderson to Haddin, no run, back of a length outside off, Haddin plays a wristy cut stroke and misses, not the greatest stroke

Australia 358/5   BJ Haddin 19* (40b 4x4)
107.1

Anderson to Haddin, no run, good length on off stump, Haddin blocking in the crease

107.2

Anderson to Haddin, no run, tight line a foot outside off, it tails in a little as Haddin shoulders arms, good leave

107.3

Anderson to Haddin, no run, fuller length on off stump, Haddin stays in the crease again and blocks up on the leg side

107.4

Anderson to Haddin, no run, similar delivery, almost identically played

107.5

Anderson to Haddin, 1 run, full on the stumps, driven firmly towards mid-off and Broad misfields allowing them a single

Australia 359/5   BJ Haddin 20* (45b 4x4)
108.1

Woakes to Haddin, no run, good length on middle and off, Haddin squared up playing forward and gets a thick edge into the covers, it held its line a bit that delivery

108.2

Woakes to Haddin, 1 run, touch straight and able to tuck this down to long leg

Australia 360/5   BJ Haddin 21* (47b 4x4)
109.1

Anderson to Haddin, no run, length on off stump, defended on the back foot up the wicket

109.2

Anderson to Haddin, no run, fuller a foot outside off, Haddin gropes out at it and plays and misses by a whisker

109.3

Anderson to Haddin, 1 run, length ball, dabbed into midwicket, they take a sharp single and Trott's throw coming in from mid-on is wild so they get the single comfortably

Australia 365/5   BJ Haddin 22* (50b 4x4)
110.1

Trott to Haddin, 1 run, full length on off stump, Haddin is hurried into coming forward, tucks it into midwicket and they take a single to bring up the fifty partnership

Australia 370/5   BJ Haddin 23* (51b 4x4)
111.1

Anderson to Haddin, no run, length on off stump, Haddin hangs back in the crease and plays up the wicket

111.2

Anderson to Haddin, 3 runs, back of a length outside off, pulled, gets it in front of square, long chase for deep square leg, they run hard for three

111.4

Anderson to Haddin, no run, back foot push from just outside off, played to point

111.5

Anderson to Haddin, FOUR, gorgeous stroke, length ball, perhaps just a touch short, and with a touch width that allows Haddin to punch off the back foot through cover, the timing is as beautiful as the Scottish West Coast on a sunny day

111.6

Anderson to Haddin, no run, slightly tighter line and just blocked back to the bowler

Australia 378/5   BJ Haddin 30* (56b 5x4)
112.5

Trott to Haddin, OUT, full ball a foot outside off, Haddin tries to stay leg side of it and drags it on. No really the right ball to try to dab away off the back foot because it was too full. He didn't even try to play it like a late cut, which might have been better, thick bottom edge into the base of middle and off stumps

BJ Haddin b Trott 30 (88m 57b 5x4 0x6) SR: 52.63

Australia 385/6   BJ Haddin 30 (57b 5x4)
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Hours of play (local time) 11am start, Lunch 13.00-13.40, Tea 16.10-16.30, Close 18.30

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