Australia tour of England and Ireland, 3rd Investec Test: England v Australia at Birmingham, Jul 29-31, 2015
The Ashes - 3rd Test
England won by 8 wickets
29,30,31 July 2015 (5-day match)
  Australia 1st innings R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal CJL Rogers lbw b Broad 52 153 89 9 0 58.42
31.2 86.0 mph, the finger goes up instantly, Rogers lbw this time on the back foot, and he reviews. From round the wicket the ball angled in from back of length, Rogers stuck on his crease to work the ball to leg, he misses and is trapped right in front of middle stump. No inside edge, what does Hawkeye say? Hitting and Rogers walks back 110/8
View dismissal DA Warner lbw b Anderson 2 12 6 0 0 33.33
2.2 82.0 mph, early strike! Anderson pins Warner lbw, but he reviews after a long discussion. Did it pitch in line? Was reasonably short. Certainly no edge. Pitches on middle and leg, nips back off the seam, and that's hitting middle! 7/1
View dismissal SPD Smith c Cook b Finn 7 26 18 1 0 38.88
7.6 85.5 mph, he's done it! Finn strikes in his first over...and what a wicket it is. In the channel outside off, Smith feeling for it outside off and the edge carries low to Cook at first slip. Lovely delivery, in fact 18/2
View dismissal MJ Clarke* b Finn 10 16 10 2 0 100.00
11.2 86.0 mph, and another! Finn has two...and it's a bit like Clarke's dismissal in 2005 to Harmison! Not a slower ball this time, but it's very full and finds its way under Clarke's bat. Clarke seemed a little late on trying to get his bat down, but pinpoint bowling from Finn. What a comeback story developing. 34/3
View dismissal AC Voges c †Buttler b Anderson 16 43 34 3 0 47.05
20.6 82.0 mph, trying to leave and he edges to Buttler! Back-of-a-length delivery, a very half-hearted attempt to try and withdraw the bat and the ball glances off the toe end through to Buttler. 77/4
View dismissal MR Marsh c †Buttler b Anderson 0 7 3 0 0 0.00
22.3 82.1 mph, he doesn't respond well! A flat-footed drive and another edge. Drawn into driving at the full ball, playing well away from his body, healthy edge which zips through to Buttler. Anderson on song after lunch 82/5
View dismissal PM Nevill b Anderson 2 9 8 0 0 25.00
24.4 86.6 mph, left and bowled off stump! Four for Anderson. Wonderful bowling, but that always a tight leave. Wasn't the booming inswinger, just nipped back off the seam and clipped the top of off stump 86/6
View dismissal MG Johnson c Stokes b Anderson 3 10 6 0 0 50.00
26.6 81.6 mph, five for Anderson! The change of angled worked straight away. Full outside off, just straightens a little on Johnson who is pushing forward and the edge flies to fourth slip/fine gully 94/7
View dismissal MA Starc c †Buttler b Broad 11 30 20 1 0 55.00
33.3 80.3 mph, another late leave and that's number nine, and second for Broad! It was touch back of length outside off, Starc wanted to leave that ball but withdrew his bat too late and he toe-edged it to the keeper 119/9
JR Hazlewood not out 14 23 16 3 0 87.50
View dismissal NM Lyon b Anderson 11 14 11 2 0 100.00
36.4 86.8 mph, chops it on, that's the sixth for Anderson and Australia are all out. It was a length delivery outside off, Lyon swished at it and managed only an inside edge onto his stumps 136/10
Extras (lb 7, nb 1) 8
  Total (all out; 36.4 overs; 173 mins) 136 (3.70 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wickets JM Anderson 14.4 2 47 6 3.20 67 7 0
2.2 to Warner, 82.0 mph, early strike! Anderson pins Warner lbw, but he reviews after a long discussion. Did it pitch in line? Was reasonably short. Certainly no edge. Pitches on middle and leg, nips back off the seam, and that's hitting middle! 7/1
20.6 to Voges, 82.0 mph, trying to leave and he edges to Buttler! Back-of-a-length delivery, a very half-hearted attempt to try and withdraw the bat and the ball glances off the toe end through to Buttler. 77/4
22.3 to Marsh, 82.1 mph, he doesn't respond well! A flat-footed drive and another edge. Drawn into driving at the full ball, playing well away from his body, healthy edge which zips through to Buttler. Anderson on song after lunch 82/5
24.4 to Nevill, 86.6 mph, left and bowled off stump! Four for Anderson. Wonderful bowling, but that always a tight leave. Wasn't the booming inswinger, just nipped back off the seam and clipped the top of off stump 86/6
26.6 to Johnson, 81.6 mph, five for Anderson! The change of angled worked straight away. Full outside off, just straightens a little on Johnson who is pushing forward and the edge flies to fourth slip/fine gully 94/7
36.4 to Lyon, 86.8 mph, chops it on, that's the sixth for Anderson and Australia are all out. It was a length delivery outside off, Lyon swished at it and managed only an inside edge onto his stumps 136/10
View wickets SCJ Broad 12 2 44 2 3.66 57 7 0
31.2 to Rogers, 86.0 mph, the finger goes up instantly, Rogers lbw this time on the back foot, and he reviews. From round the wicket the ball angled in from back of length, Rogers stuck on his crease to work the ball to leg, he misses and is trapped right in front of middle stump. No inside edge, what does Hawkeye say? Hitting and Rogers walks back 110/8
33.3 to Starc, 80.3 mph, another late leave and that's number nine, and second for Broad! It was touch back of length outside off, Starc wanted to leave that ball but withdrew his bat too late and he toe-edged it to the keeper 119/9
View wickets ST Finn 10 1 38 2 3.80 47 7 0 (1nb)
7.6 to Smith, 85.5 mph, he's done it! Finn strikes in his first over...and what a wicket it is. In the channel outside off, Smith feeling for it outside off and the edge carries low to Cook at first slip. Lovely delivery, in fact 18/2
11.2 to Clarke, 86.0 mph, and another! Finn has two...and it's a bit like Clarke's dismissal in 2005 to Harmison! Not a slower ball this time, but it's very full and finds its way under Clarke's bat. Clarke seemed a little late on trying to get his bat down, but pinpoint bowling from Finn. What a comeback story developing. 34/3
  England 1st innings R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal A Lyth c Voges b Hazlewood 10 30 30 1 0 33.33
7.3 88.5 mph, edged! Held on with a juggle! Lyth is held in the slips...just. Push across full outside off, Lyth chases it with a drive - expansive given the conditions - and the edge goes at stomach height to Voges who can't cling on cleanly but grabs it into his body and keeps it above the ground 19/1
View dismissal AN Cook* c Voges b Lyon 34 75 48 5 0 70.83
17.2 55.4 mph, what has happened here?! On my goodness. Cook has pulled this short ball off the middle and it has gone straight into Voges at short leg who, somehow, clings on while trying to take evasive action. Extraordinary. Reminds me of Slater catch Butcher off MacGill at Melbourne in 1998 76/2
View dismissal IR Bell c Warner b Lyon 53 96 56 10 0 94.64
27.4 53.2 mph, Lyon's done it again, gets Bell this time! What has done Bell here, he came down the track to whack that down the ground, but Lyon pitched it shorter with some flight and Bell got a leading edge high in the air. Warner had just enough time to get under it running backwards from short midwicket 132/3
View dismissal JE Root c Voges b Starc 63 113 75 9 1 84.00
40.6 88.3 mph, well, would you believe it! Starc has been all over the place but he's got the HUGE wicket. Very full outside off, Rot jabs at it and gets a regulation edge to first slip. Voges used his hands this time. A waste from Root, and a massive bonus for Australia 182/6
View dismissal JM Bairstow c †Nevill b Johnson 5 14 12 1 0 41.66
30.3 83.6 mph, what a delivery! That's a ripper from Johnson - 300 wickets! Blimey, that was fierce. A short ball targeted at the body and Bairstow could only fend it off the top glove, no getting out of the way of that. Pace and direction from Johnson. Well,well. 142/4
View dismissal BA Stokes c †Nevill b Johnson 0 2 2 0 0 0.00
30.5 83.4 mph, and another! What a start for Australia and Johnson! It's the short one again, and another glove through to Nevill. This. Game. Is. On. Very similar to the Bairstow ball, perhaps not quite as short, climbed at Stokes who could not get his gloves out of the way as the ball followed him. This is one of the great overs. 142/5
View dismissal JC Buttler lbw b Lyon 9 71 38 1 0 23.68
45.3 49.9 mph, gets him lbw this time, the finger goes up instantly! Buttler has a short chat with Moeen and then walks, no review. Buttler went a bit too far across as Lyon flighted this one nicely on middle stump, it turned a bit and struck him right in front of middle and didn't bounce as much as the previous ball. Aleem Dar is convinced 190/7
View dismissal MM Ali c Warner b Hazlewood 59 103 78 11 0 75.64
66.3 81.3 mph, finds third man! Moeen throwing his hands through a wide delivery, it skews off a healthy top edge down to Warner who is placed near the boundary and barely has to move 278/9
View dismissal SCJ Broad c Marsh b Hazlewood 31 73 55 3 0 56.36
64.6 80.2 mph, he's gone this time, Broad going for the pull against a short delivery outside off and takes the bottom of the bat then it lands in the hands of mid-on. Tight for a no-ball, but a fraction behind the line 277/8
ST Finn not out 0 9 7 0 0 0.00
View dismissal JM Anderson c †Nevill b Starc 3 5 2 0 0 150.00
67.1 88.3 mph, and that's that! Took him just one ball. On a length outside off and a regulation edge is pouched, although in the webbing by Nevill! 281/10
Extras (b 6, lb 4, w 4) 14
  Total (all out; 67.1 overs; 297 mins) 281 (4.18 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wickets MA Starc 16.1 1 71 2 4.39 73 13 0 (3w)
40.6 to Root, 88.3 mph, well, would you believe it! Starc has been all over the place but he's got the HUGE wicket. Very full outside off, Rot jabs at it and gets a regulation edge to first slip. Voges used his hands this time. A waste from Root, and a massive bonus for Australia 182/6
67.1 to Anderson, 88.3 mph, and that's that! Took him just one ball. On a length outside off and a regulation edge is pouched, although in the webbing by Nevill! 281/10
View wickets JR Hazlewood 15 0 74 3 4.93 60 12 0
7.3 to Lyth, 88.5 mph, edged! Held on with a juggle! Lyth is held in the slips...just. Push across full outside off, Lyth chases it with a drive - expansive given the conditions - and the edge goes at stomach height to Voges who can't cling on cleanly but grabs it into his body and keeps it above the ground 19/1
64.6 to Broad, 80.2 mph, he's gone this time, Broad going for the pull against a short delivery outside off and takes the bottom of the bat then it lands in the hands of mid-on. Tight for a no-ball, but a fraction behind the line 277/8
66.3 to Ali, 81.3 mph, finds third man! Moeen throwing his hands through a wide delivery, it skews off a healthy top edge down to Warner who is placed near the boundary and barely has to move 278/9
View wickets MG Johnson 16 2 66 2 4.12 66 9 1 (1w)
30.3 to Bairstow, 83.6 mph, what a delivery! That's a ripper from Johnson - 300 wickets! Blimey, that was fierce. A short ball targeted at the body and Bairstow could only fend it off the top glove, no getting out of the way of that. Pace and direction from Johnson. Well,well. 142/4
30.5 to Stokes, 83.4 mph, and another! What a start for Australia and Johnson! It's the short one again, and another glove through to Nevill. This. Game. Is. On. Very similar to the Bairstow ball, perhaps not quite as short, climbed at Stokes who could not get his gloves out of the way as the ball followed him. This is one of the great overs. 142/5
  MR Marsh 7 2 24 0 3.42 32 3 0
View wickets NM Lyon 13 2 36 3 2.76 57 4 0
17.2 to Cook, 55.4 mph, what has happened here?! On my goodness. Cook has pulled this short ball off the middle and it has gone straight into Voges at short leg who, somehow, clings on while trying to take evasive action. Extraordinary. Reminds me of Slater catch Butcher off MacGill at Melbourne in 1998 76/2
27.4 to Bell, 53.2 mph, Lyon's done it again, gets Bell this time! What has done Bell here, he came down the track to whack that down the ground, but Lyon pitched it shorter with some flight and Bell got a leading edge high in the air. Warner had just enough time to get under it running backwards from short midwicket 132/3
45.3 to Buttler, 49.9 mph, gets him lbw this time, the finger goes up instantly! Buttler has a short chat with Moeen and then walks, no review. Buttler went a bit too far across as Lyon flighted this one nicely on middle stump, it turned a bit and struck him right in front of middle and didn't bounce as much as the previous ball. Aleem Dar is convinced 190/7
  Australia 2nd innings R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal CJL Rogers lbw b Broad 6 15 13 1 0 46.15
3.2 86.4 mph, gets rewarded straightaway, umpire raises his finger for lbw! Angling in from outside off, Rogers was stuck on his crease to tuck the ball to the leg side but played the wrong line and was struck in front of off, though a bit high. That's what he might have discussed with Warner before walking off. Rogers did review it, but was too late and the umpire turned it down 17/1
View dismissal DA Warner c Lyth b Anderson 77 138 62 11 0 124.19
28.3 80.1 mph, now he's gone! Anderson strikes in his comeback over. A back-of-a-length delivery which Warner tries to flick into the leg side as he has done so often, this time it balloons off a leading edge high into the off side and Lyth steadies under the catch at cover 111/6
View dismissal SPD Smith c †Buttler b Finn 8 40 27 1 0 29.62
12.2 86.2 mph, the change of ends works, but Smith has given this away, honestly! Poor shot selection after he shuffled a bit and pulled that short of length delivery only to get a top edge that went high and Buttler didn't have to move much to get under it. He called, he caught 62/2
View dismissal MJ Clarke* c Lyth b Finn 3 20 19 0 0 15.78
16.3 82.9 mph, fantastic catch! Clarke fails. Finn has the double double in the match (Smith and Clarke). Short of a length at off stump, Clarke is squared up and the outside carries low to Lyth at fourth slip who takes diving low to his left 76/3
View dismissal AC Voges c Bell b Finn 0 1 1 0 0 0.00
16.4 85.0 mph, he's on a hat-trick! Voges edges to second slip. Back of a length outside off, a touch wider than the Clarke ball, Voges fiddles for it away from his body and the nick carries at a good catching height to Bell, who takes it reverse cup with his knees bent. What. An. Over (after the earlier What. An. Over from Johnson this morning) 76/4
View dismissal MR Marsh b Finn 6 27 24 0 0 25.00
22.1 86.0 mph, that's through him! Four for Finn. Extraordinary stuff. Much like the delivery from the lbw appeal. Marsh basically drives all around a full ball, although it did just tail in a fraction. Their middle order is having a shocker. 92/5
View dismissal PM Nevill c †Buttler b Finn 59 181 147 7 0 40.13
64.2 84.6 mph, down the leg side, Buttler takes another terrific catch high to his left - and Dar's finger goes up this time! Nevill immediately reviews, as I suppose he had to, but Hot Spot quickly reveals a clear inside edge! He's finally been taken down the leg side and England have the breakthrough, ending a 64-run stand. Not quite Harmison-Kasprowicz-Jones but still fairly important 217/8
View dismissal MG Johnson c Stokes b Finn 14 70 38 1 0 36.84
46.1 87.4 mph, he knows he's gone as soon as he's hit it, caught at backward point, seven down! The short ball was angled in and MJ looked to swat it to leg but got a top edge and that went high enough for Stokes to take a few steps back and take it with both hands. Umpires check if Finn's back foot landed near the side crease. Yes, it has and it's a five-for for Finn 153/7
View dismissal MA Starc c sub (JE Poysden) b Ali 58 139 108 6 1 53.70
79.1 52.0 mph, they don't need the new ball, Starc chips it to extra cover! There was some turn for the length delivery outside off, Starc drove and the thick outside edge flew into the covers for an easy catch 265/10
View dismissal JR Hazlewood c Root b Stokes 11 32 20 1 0 55.00
72.2 couldn't do much with the ball, but takes a very sharp catch at slip, Joe Root! Stokes pitched it short outside off, had the angle and Hazlewood went hard at it to get an upper edge. It was travelling fast and Root took a spectacular catch to his right at third slip 245/9
NM Lyon not out 12 27 16 2 0 75.00
Extras (b 2, lb 9) 11
  Total (all out; 79.1 overs; 348 mins) 265 (3.34 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s
View wicket JM Anderson 8.3 5 15 1 1.76 46 3 0
28.3 to Warner, 80.1 mph, now he's gone! Anderson strikes in his comeback over. A back-of-a-length delivery which Warner tries to flick into the leg side as he has done so often, this time it balloons off a leading edge high into the off side and Lyth steadies under the catch at cover 111/6
View wicket SCJ Broad 20 4 61 1 3.05 88 5 0
3.2 to Rogers, 86.4 mph, gets rewarded straightaway, umpire raises his finger for lbw! Angling in from outside off, Rogers was stuck on his crease to tuck the ball to the leg side but played the wrong line and was struck in front of off, though a bit high. That's what he might have discussed with Warner before walking off. Rogers did review it, but was too late and the umpire turned it down 17/1
View wickets ST Finn 21 3 79 6 3.76 90 11 0
12.2 to Smith, 86.2 mph, the change of ends works, but Smith has given this away, honestly! Poor shot selection after he shuffled a bit and pulled that short of length delivery only to get a top edge that went high and Buttler didn't have to move much to get under it. He called, he caught 62/2
16.3 to Clarke, 82.9 mph, fantastic catch! Clarke fails. Finn has the double double in the match (Smith and Clarke). Short of a length at off stump, Clarke is squared up and the outside carries low to Lyth at fourth slip who takes diving low to his left 76/3
16.4 to Voges, 85.0 mph, he's on a hat-trick! Voges edges to second slip. Back of a length outside off, a touch wider than the Clarke ball, Voges fiddles for it away from his body and the nick carries at a good catching height to Bell, who takes it reverse cup with his knees bent. What. An. Over (after the earlier What. An. Over from Johnson this morning) 76/4
22.1 to Marsh, 86.0 mph, that's through him! Four for Finn. Extraordinary stuff. Much like the delivery from the lbw appeal. Marsh basically drives all around a full ball, although it did just tail in a fraction. Their middle order is having a shocker. 92/5
46.1 to Johnson, 87.4 mph, he knows he's gone as soon as he's hit it, caught at backward point, seven down! The short ball was angled in and MJ looked to swat it to leg but got a top edge and that went high enough for Stokes to take a few steps back and take it with both hands. Umpires check if Finn's back foot landed near the side crease. Yes, it has and it's a five-for for Finn 153/7
64.2 to Nevill, 84.6 mph, down the leg side, Buttler takes another terrific catch high to his left - and Dar's finger goes up this time! Nevill immediately reviews, as I suppose he had to, but Hot Spot quickly reveals a clear inside edge! He's finally been taken down the leg side and England have the breakthrough, ending a 64-run stand. Not quite Harmison-Kasprowicz-Jones but still fairly important 217/8
View wicket MM Ali 16.1 3 64 1 3.95 66 7 1
79.1 to Starc, 52.0 mph, they don't need the new ball, Starc chips it to extra cover! There was some turn for the length delivery outside off, Starc drove and the thick outside edge flew into the covers for an easy catch 265/10
View wicket BA Stokes 11 3 28 1 2.54 50 3 0
72.2 to Hazlewood, couldn't do much with the ball, but takes a very sharp catch at slip, Joe Root! Stokes pitched it short outside off, had the angle and Hazlewood went hard at it to get an upper edge. It was travelling fast and Root took a spectacular catch to his right at third slip 245/9
  JE Root 2.3 0 7 0 2.80 11 1 0
  England 2nd innings (target: 121 runs) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal A Lyth lbw b Hazlewood 12 49 28 3 0 42.85
11.1 81.8 mph, length on leg stump, struck on the pad playing back, Australia go up - and Gaffaney gives it! Lyth decides to review, perhaps thinking it pitched outside leg or was maybe doing too much... but Hawk-Eye quickly confirms what an excellent decision it was from the umpire, the ball landed on middle and leg, seamed back and would have knocked over leg stump three-quarters of the way up. Plumb 51/2
View dismissal AN Cook* b Starc 7 18 12 0 0 58.33
4.1 bowled him, straight through! Beauty of a delivery from Starc and it is greeted with an eerie silence around Edgbaston... Starc's radar was bang on here, swinging in and then curving out past Cook's defensive prod to hit off stump. England have lost their captain, Australia have the first of the ten they need. Nervous? 11/1
IR Bell not out 65 120 90 10 0 72.22
JE Root not out 38 89 63 6 1 60.31
Extras (w 2) 2
  Total (2 wickets; 32.1 overs; 138 mins) 124 (3.85 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wicket MA Starc 6 1 33 1 5.50 27 7 0 (2w)
4.1 to Cook, bowled him, straight through! Beauty of a delivery from Starc and it is greeted with an eerie silence around Edgbaston... Starc's radar was bang on here, swinging in and then curving out past Cook's defensive prod to hit off stump. England have lost their captain, Australia have the first of the ten they need. Nervous? 11/1
View wicket JR Hazlewood 7 0 21 1 3.00 33 3 0
11.1 to Lyth, 81.8 mph, length on leg stump, struck on the pad playing back, Australia go up - and Gaffaney gives it! Lyth decides to review, perhaps thinking it pitched outside leg or was maybe doing too much... but Hawk-Eye quickly confirms what an excellent decision it was from the umpire, the ball landed on middle and leg, seamed back and would have knocked over leg stump three-quarters of the way up. Plumb 51/2
  NM Lyon 11 1 52 0 4.72 42 6 1
  MG Johnson 7 3 10 0 1.42 37 1 0
  MR Marsh 1.1 0 8 0 6.85 5 2 0

Match details


Toss - Australia
Series - England led the 5-match series 2-1
Player of the match - ST Finn (England)
Umpires - Aleem Dar (Pakistan) and CB Gaffaney (New Zealand)
TV umpire - M Erasmus (South Africa)
Match referee - RS Madugalle (Sri Lanka)
Reserve umpire - RJ Bailey
Close of play
  • Wed, 29 Jul - day 1 - England 1st innings 133/3 (JE Root 30*, JM Bairstow 1*, 29 ov)
  • Thu, 30 Jul - day 2 - Australia 2nd innings 168/7 (PM Nevill 37*, MA Starc 7*, 55 ov)
  • Fri, 31 Jul - day 3 - England 2nd innings 124/2 (32.1 ov) - end of match

Match Notes


Day 3
Day 2
Day 1
    • Australia 1st innings
    • Over 2.2: Review by Australia (Batting), Umpire - CB Gaffaney, Batsman - DA Warner (Struck down)
    • Drinks: Australia - 34/3 in 11.2 overs (CJL Rogers 10)
    • Rain: Australia - 38/3 in 12.2 overs (CJL Rogers 14, AC Voges 0)
    • Australia: 50 runs in 15.3 overs (93 balls), Extras 5
    • Lunch: Australia - 72/3 in 19.0 overs (CJL Rogers 35, AC Voges 12)
    • Rain: Australia - 72/3 in 19.0 overs (CJL Rogers 35, AC Voges 12)
    • CJL Rogers: 50 off 82 balls (9 x 4)
    • Rain: Australia - 99/7 in 29.2 overs (CJL Rogers 50, MA Starc 1)
    • Australia: 100 runs in 29.5 overs (180 balls), Extras 8
    • Over 31.2: Review by Australia (Batting), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - CJL Rogers (Struck down)
    • Innings Break: Australia - 136/10 in 36.4 overs (JR Hazlewood 14)
    • England 1st innings
    • Rain: England - 7/0 in 3.5 overs (A Lyth 1, AN Cook 6)
    • Tea: England - 7/0 in 3.5 overs (A Lyth 1, AN Cook 6)
    • England: 50 runs in 14.5 overs (89 balls), Extras 4
    • 2nd Wicket: 50 runs in 53 balls (AN Cook 25, IR Bell 24, Ex 4)
    • England: 100 runs in 22.2 overs (134 balls), Extras 5
    • Drinks: England - 109/2 in 23.0 overs (IR Bell 47, JE Root 13)
    • IR Bell: 50 off 51 balls (10 x 4)
    • 3rd Wicket: 50 runs in 55 balls (IR Bell 23, JE Root 29, Ex 1)
    • Rain: England - 133/3 in 29.0 overs (JE Root 30, JM Bairstow 1)
    • End Of Day: England - 133/3 in 29.0 overs (JE Root 30, JM Bairstow 1)
    • England: 150 runs in 31.2 overs (188 balls), Extras 5
    • JE Root: 50 off 49 balls (8 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • Drinks: England - 182/6 in 41.0 overs (JC Buttler 7)
    • Over 45.2: Review by Australia (Bowling), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - JC Buttler (Struck down)
    • England: 200 runs in 48.1 overs (289 balls), Extras 12
    • Lunch: England - 221/7 in 56.0 overs (MM Ali 23, SCJ Broad 10)
    • 8th Wicket: 50 runs in 78 balls (MM Ali 27, SCJ Broad 23, Ex 2)
    • England: 250 runs in 60.2 overs (362 balls), Extras 14
    • MM Ali: 50 off 66 balls (10 x 4)
    • Innings Break: England - 281/10 in 67.1 overs (ST Finn 0)
    • Australia 2nd innings
    • Australia: 50 runs in 9.5 overs (59 balls), Extras 0
    • DA Warner: 50 off 35 balls (8 x 4)
    • Tea: Australia - 73/2 in 15.0 overs (DA Warner 56, MJ Clarke 2)
    • Over 20.5: Review by England (Bowling), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - MR Marsh (Struck down)
    • Australia: 100 runs in 25.1 overs (151 balls), Extras 1
    • Drinks: Australia - 106/5 in 27.0 overs (DA Warner 76, PM Nevill 5)
    • Over 31.3: Review by England (Bowling), Umpire - CB Gaffaney, Batsman - PM Nevill (Struck down)
    • Drinks: Australia - 138/6 in 41.0 overs (PM Nevill 16, MG Johnson 12)
    • Australia: 150 runs in 43.5 overs (263 balls), Extras 10
    • End Of Day: Australia - 168/7 in 55.0 overs (PM Nevill 37, MA Starc 7)
    • PM Nevill: 50 off 126 balls (6 x 4)
    • Australia: 200 runs in 60.1 overs (361 balls), Extras 10
    • 8th Wicket: 50 runs in 86 balls (PM Nevill 24, MA Starc 26, Ex 0)
    • Over 64.2: Review by Australia (Batting), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - PM Nevill (Struck down)
    • Drinks: Australia - 226/8 in 69.0 overs (MA Starc 36, JR Hazlewood 7)
    • MA Starc: 50 off 83 balls (6 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • Australia: 250 runs in 73.6 overs (444 balls), Extras 10
    • Innings Break: Australia - 265/10 in 79.1 overs (NM Lyon 12)
    • England 2nd innings
    • Lunch: England - 4/0 in 2.0 overs (A Lyth 0, AN Cook 4)
    • England: 50 runs in 8.5 overs (53 balls), Extras 0
    • Over 11.1: Review by England (Batting), Umpire - CB Gaffaney, Batsman - A Lyth (Struck down)
    • Drinks: England - 67/2 in 16.0 overs (IR Bell 38, JE Root 10)
    • IR Bell: 50 off 68 balls (8 x 4)
    • England: 100 runs in 25.6 overs (156 balls), Extras 2
    • 3rd Wicket: 50 runs in 90 balls (IR Bell 25, JE Root 23, Ex 2)
    • Over 28.2: Review by Australia (Bowling), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - JE Root (Struck down)
 
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Hours of play (local time) 11am start, Lunch 13.00-13.40, Tea 15.40-16.00, Close 18.00

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