Australia tour of England and Scotland, 5th ODI: England v Australia at Southampton, Sep 16, 2013
Australia won by 49 runs
16 September 2013 - day/night match (50-over match)
  Australia innings (50 overs maximum) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal PJ Hughes c Carberry b Jordan 2 16 9 0 0 22.22
3.1 90.4 mph, dug in short again, tried tries to pull and Hughes has got a huge top edge - it loops to midwicket and Jordan leaps in the air to celebrate his first England wicket! Think Hughes was beaten for pace, the bottom hand came off the handle and he knew where this was going as soon as he connnected - poor Pippy, it's been a long few months 13/1
View dismissal AJ Finch c Morgan b Stokes 26 42 32 6 0 81.25
9.4 fullish, bit of width and Finch is tempted, doesn't get over a square drive and picks out Morgan first ball after the resumption! Not sure what Finch was thinking there, he surely could have done with a sighter, didn't need to go after that delivery but he's thrown away a promising start and the England players are singing in the post-rain 48/2
View dismissal SR Watson c †Buttler b Stokes 143 174 107 12 6 133.64
44.4 84.9 mph, steps away, swings the arms ... and nicks off! There'll be a few sighs of relief on the England balcony, as Watson was just threatening to take the game away again. He was looking to hit down the ground here but it wasn't quite full enough, Watson played down slightly the wrong line, small deflection and comfortably held 282/7
View dismissal MS Wade c †Buttler b Stokes 0 1 1 0 0 0.00
9.5 and he's gloved his first ball behind, a golden duck for Wade! This is quackers, we've had a brief interruption and Australia have come out and lost two in two! Stokes beat Wade for pace with the bouncer, it was a touch leg side, again could have been ignored but the new batsman chased it, clear flick of glove and Stokes has another 48/3
View dismissal MJ Clarke* c Pietersen b Jordan 75 96 76 10 1 98.68
31.6 85.9 mph, another chance to mid-off, Pietersen's there this time and takes the catch as Clarke splices a pull stroke. Tried to open up the off side again did Clarke but didn't become a great position from which to play a pull stroke, perhaps got hurried by Jordan and got nowhere near enough on the stroke and it looped to Pietersen who showed Rankin how to do it 211/4
View dismissal GJ Bailey st †Buttler b Root 4 14 14 0 0 28.57
35.2 56.6 mph, Bailey sweeps and misses, Buttler nudges off the bails and trots away to celebrate with Root - he seems pretty certain but the umpires send it upstairs to check. And the evidence is pretty clear, Bailey's foot stayed grounded just beyond his crease, he made no effort to get it back, so must have lost his bearings... This is going to be out, Root has done the trick, in slightly bizarre circumstances 221/5
View dismissal AC Voges c †Buttler b Stokes 8 12 17 0 0 47.05
40.3 86.1 mph, edged and gone, caught at the wicket with Buttler plunging to his right! Bit of a nothing stroke from Voges, half forward and attempting a little push, the ball kissed the edge and just about carried through 244/6
View dismissal JP Faulkner c †Buttler b Jordan 10 35 19 0 0 52.63
48.4 87.8 mph, slightly back of a length and darting across Faulkner, Buttler throws himself down the leg side to take a sharp catch - was there a bit of glove on that? Umpire Dar thinks so but Faulkner immediately reviews. He thinks it flicked his sweater - and it did, but not before tickling the inside edge of the bat, Hot Spot clearly shows the mark and the decision is upheld. England have another 294/9
View dismissal MG Johnson c & b Stokes 2 2 2 0 0 100.00
44.6 87.4 mph, tries to turn to leg again, leading edge and gone, caught and bowled! Stokes has five-for! Johnson departs with alacrity, having made just a couple, and England have now claimed 5 for 73 in 13 overs (which would look a whole lot better without that Watson assault on Root) 284/8
View dismissal CJ McKay c Root b Rankin 5 20 16 0 0 31.25
49.1 82.9 mph, McKay steps to leg, Rankin follows him and the slog across the line goes up in the air, to be safely pouched by the man coming in from deep square leg! Boyd Rankin, the pick of the attack, has a wicket at last and Australia have been bowled out for less than 300 298/10
Fawad Ahmed not out 4 2 2 1 0 200.00
Extras (lb 10, w 9) 19
  Total (all out; 49.1 overs) 298 (6.06 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wicket WB Rankin 9.1 1 26 1 2.83 39 2 0 (1w)
49.1 to McKay, 82.9 mph, McKay steps to leg, Rankin follows him and the slog across the line goes up in the air, to be safely pouched by the man coming in from deep square leg! Boyd Rankin, the pick of the attack, has a wicket at last and Australia have been bowled out for less than 300 298/10
View wickets CJ Jordan 10 0 51 3 5.10 40 7 0 (6w)
3.1 to Hughes, 90.4 mph, dug in short again, tried tries to pull and Hughes has got a huge top edge - it loops to midwicket and Jordan leaps in the air to celebrate his first England wicket! Think Hughes was beaten for pace, the bottom hand came off the handle and he knew where this was going as soon as he connnected - poor Pippy, it's been a long few months 13/1
31.6 to Clarke, 85.9 mph, another chance to mid-off, Pietersen's there this time and takes the catch as Clarke splices a pull stroke. Tried to open up the off side again did Clarke but didn't become a great position from which to play a pull stroke, perhaps got hurried by Jordan and got nowhere near enough on the stroke and it looped to Pietersen who showed Rankin how to do it 211/4
48.4 to Faulkner, 87.8 mph, slightly back of a length and darting across Faulkner, Buttler throws himself down the leg side to take a sharp catch - was there a bit of glove on that? Umpire Dar thinks so but Faulkner immediately reviews. He thinks it flicked his sweater - and it did, but not before tickling the inside edge of the bat, Hot Spot clearly shows the mark and the decision is upheld. England have another 294/9
View wickets BA Stokes 10 0 61 5 6.10 32 7 1
9.4 to Finch, fullish, bit of width and Finch is tempted, doesn't get over a square drive and picks out Morgan first ball after the resumption! Not sure what Finch was thinking there, he surely could have done with a sighter, didn't need to go after that delivery but he's thrown away a promising start and the England players are singing in the post-rain 48/2
9.5 to Wade, and he's gloved his first ball behind, a golden duck for Wade! This is quackers, we've had a brief interruption and Australia have come out and lost two in two! Stokes beat Wade for pace with the bouncer, it was a touch leg side, again could have been ignored but the new batsman chased it, clear flick of glove and Stokes has another 48/3
40.3 to Voges, 86.1 mph, edged and gone, caught at the wicket with Buttler plunging to his right! Bit of a nothing stroke from Voges, half forward and attempting a little push, the ball kissed the edge and just about carried through 244/6
44.4 to Watson, 84.9 mph, steps away, swings the arms ... and nicks off! There'll be a few sighs of relief on the England balcony, as Watson was just threatening to take the game away again. He was looking to hit down the ground here but it wasn't quite full enough, Watson played down slightly the wrong line, small deflection and comfortably held 282/7
44.6 to Johnson, 87.4 mph, tries to turn to leg again, leading edge and gone, caught and bowled! Stokes has five-for! Johnson departs with alacrity, having made just a couple, and England have now claimed 5 for 73 in 13 overs (which would look a whole lot better without that Watson assault on Root) 284/8
  RS Bopara 10 0 54 0 5.40 31 5 1
  JC Tredwell 4 0 38 0 9.50 7 3 2
View wicket JE Root 6 0 58 1 9.66 11 5 3 (2w)
35.2 to Bailey, 56.6 mph, Bailey sweeps and misses, Buttler nudges off the bails and trots away to celebrate with Root - he seems pretty certain but the umpires send it upstairs to check. And the evidence is pretty clear, Bailey's foot stayed grounded just beyond his crease, he made no effort to get it back, so must have lost his bearings... This is going to be out, Root has done the trick, in slightly bizarre circumstances 221/5
  England innings (target: 299 runs from 50 overs) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal MA Carberry lbw b Faulkner 30 53 50 4 0 60.00
12.5 83.9 mph, full and straight, wraps Carberry on the pads, huge cry for lbw, not out given but Clarke goes for the review. I reckon this is a good effort, Carberry got a long way down the pitch but it did look straight as he missed playing across it. No mark on Hot Spot and Hawk Eye has it crashing into middle stump, good review and Carberry is gone. He tried to shuffle across and create some angle for himself but missed. That he was down the track and possibly outside the line created enough doubt for Rob Bailey but the review proved it was a good shout 50/2
View dismissal KP Pietersen run out (Fawad Ahmed/Hughes) 0 2 1 0 0 0.00
0.4 from McKay, forward just outside off, comes off the pad, cry for lbw, was outside the line, it runs past Matthew Wade and Carberry sprints through for a leg bye, Pietersen is very slow taking off and is well short of his ground as the throw comes into the bowler's end. Another calamitous run out involving these two and Pietersen is gone for a duck! Just what Australia wanted 1/1
View dismissal JE Root b Johnson 21 62 36 0 0 58.33
15.5 89.8 mph, full and wide of off stump, Root pokes at it without moving his feet and gets a thick inside edge onto his middle stump and that ends a very average innings from Root, he's looked rather out of touch today and played a poor stroke there. On a better day that would have been driven handsomely through the covers but a tentative prod has seen a thick inside edge smash into middle stump 64/3
View dismissal EJG Morgan* st †Wade b Voges 30 56 39 3 0 76.92
25.1 51.1 mph, slides the ball across the advancing Morgan and Wade completes a simple stumping! Big wicket for Voges, that could well be the game. The bowler maybe saw him coming, Voges tossed it a little wider, beat the outside edge and the rest is a Michael Jackson LP 103/5
View dismissal LJ Wright run out (Bailey) 0 4 1 0 0 0.00
16.5 Faulkner to Morgan, drops one short, there's a direct hit... and Wright is run out, brilliant bit of work from Bailey! Wright is guilty of ball watching here, Bailey swooped in from the covers, threw on the move, only a stump and a half to aim at but the contact is just enough to nudge the bails off and Wright didn't run his bat in. If he has, it would have been mighty close 68/4
View dismissal RS Bopara c Voges b Johnson 62 100 66 5 0 93.93
39.1 76.6 mph, steps to leg and slaps straight to extra cover and now England are dead. Bopara nailed it, creamed it right out of the meat of the bat but couldn't evade extra-cover who's taken a very sharp chance at head height with two hands, a cold night is not the time for those chances but that was very well held. Bopara can't believe it because he couldn't have timed that any better but he's got to go and two wickets at the start of spells have killed any hope England still had 197/7
View dismissal JC Buttler b Faulkner 42 53 37 4 0 113.51
38.1 82.4 mph, full and straight through him stumps parted and a killer blow for England, think Buttler just played around one, done by the angle perhaps. It was around the wicket from Faulkner, angled in to the stumps and Buttler tried to swing it down the ground and missed, is that England's last chance walking off? 195/6
View dismissal BA Stokes c Clarke b Faulkner 27 43 25 2 1 108.00
46.5 82.7 mph, tries the ramp, it was another excellent yorker, it was a little too far outside off, tried to steer it over the off side in the end but just ended up chipping a catch to Clarke who pouched the simplest of chances gleefully 240/9
View dismissal CJ Jordan c Bailey b Watson 14 29 25 1 0 56.00
45.6 72.6 mph, swung over the leg side, big stroke but not big enough and George Bailey, who has enjoyed an outstanding day in the field, has taken the catch a yard inside the boundary. It sounded, and looked, a pretty good slug from Jordan but they're pretty decent boundaries at the Ageas and that needed a bit more tap 236/8
JC Tredwell not out 5 7 4 1 0 125.00
View dismissal WB Rankin b Fawad Ahmed 4 2 4 0 0 100.00
47.6 not that it matter because Rankin has swung and missed at the next delivery, lost his off stump and that's the game. Ahmed take the final wicket with a floaty legspinner that Rankin swung across and missed completely 249/10
Extras (b 3, lb 5, w 6) 14
  Total (all out; 48 overs) 249 (5.18 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
  CJ McKay 9 1 54 0 6.00 25 7 0
View wickets MG Johnson 10 1 21 2 2.10 47 0 0 (4w)
15.5 to Root, 89.8 mph, full and wide of off stump, Root pokes at it without moving his feet and gets a thick inside edge onto his middle stump and that ends a very average innings from Root, he's looked rather out of touch today and played a poor stroke there. On a better day that would have been driven handsomely through the covers but a tentative prod has seen a thick inside edge smash into middle stump 64/3
39.1 to Bopara, 76.6 mph, steps to leg and slaps straight to extra cover and now England are dead. Bopara nailed it, creamed it right out of the meat of the bat but couldn't evade extra-cover who's taken a very sharp chance at head height with two hands, a cold night is not the time for those chances but that was very well held. Bopara can't believe it because he couldn't have timed that any better but he's got to go and two wickets at the start of spells have killed any hope England still had 197/7
View wickets JP Faulkner 9 0 38 3 4.22 31 3 0
12.5 to Carberry, 83.9 mph, full and straight, wraps Carberry on the pads, huge cry for lbw, not out given but Clarke goes for the review. I reckon this is a good effort, Carberry got a long way down the pitch but it did look straight as he missed playing across it. No mark on Hot Spot and Hawk Eye has it crashing into middle stump, good review and Carberry is gone. He tried to shuffle across and create some angle for himself but missed. That he was down the track and possibly outside the line created enough doubt for Rob Bailey but the review proved it was a good shout 50/2
38.1 to Buttler, 82.4 mph, full and straight through him stumps parted and a killer blow for England, think Buttler just played around one, done by the angle perhaps. It was around the wicket from Faulkner, angled in to the stumps and Buttler tried to swing it down the ground and missed, is that England's last chance walking off? 195/6
46.5 to Stokes, 82.7 mph, tries the ramp, it was another excellent yorker, it was a little too far outside off, tried to steer it over the off side in the end but just ended up chipping a catch to Clarke who pouched the simplest of chances gleefully 240/9
View wicket Fawad Ahmed 7 0 51 1 7.28 13 5 0
47.6 to Rankin, not that it matter because Rankin has swung and missed at the next delivery, lost his off stump and that's the game. Ahmed take the final wicket with a floaty legspinner that Rankin swung across and missed completely 249/10
View wicket AC Voges 4 0 25 1 6.25 10 2 0 (1w)
25.1 to Morgan, 51.1 mph, slides the ball across the advancing Morgan and Wade completes a simple stumping! Big wicket for Voges, that could well be the game. The bowler maybe saw him coming, Voges tossed it a little wider, beat the outside edge and the rest is a Michael Jackson LP 103/5
View wicket SR Watson 9 0 52 1 5.77 21 3 1 (1w)
45.6 to Jordan, 72.6 mph, swung over the leg side, big stroke but not big enough and George Bailey, who has enjoyed an outstanding day in the field, has taken the catch a yard inside the boundary. It sounded, and looked, a pretty good slug from Jordan but they're pretty decent boundaries at the Ageas and that needed a bit more tap 236/8

Match details


Toss - Australia, who chose to bat
Series - Australia won the 5-match series 2-1
ODI debut - CJ Jordan (England)
Player of the match - SR Watson (Australia)
Player of the series - MJ Clarke (Australia)
Umpires - Aleem Dar (Pakistan) and RJ Bailey
TV umpire - S Ravi (India)
Match referee - JJ Crowe (New Zealand)
Reserve umpire - RT Robinson

Match Notes


    • Australia innings
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 48 runs, 3 wickets)
    • Rain: Australia - 48/1 in 9.3 overs (AJ Finch 26, SR Watson 11)
    • Australia: 50 runs in 10.4 overs (64 balls), Extras 9
    • Australia: 100 runs in 17.4 overs (106 balls), Extras 12
    • 4th Wicket: 50 runs in 47 balls (SR Watson 27, MJ Clarke 22, Ex 3)
    • SR Watson: 50 off 49 balls (6 x 4)
    • 4th Wicket: 100 runs in 85 balls (SR Watson 67, MJ Clarke 31, Ex 3)
    • Australia: 150 runs in 24.4 overs (148 balls), Extras 12
    • MJ Clarke: 50 off 58 balls (6 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • Drinks: Australia - 189/3 in 29.0 overs (SR Watson 89, MJ Clarke 59)
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 29.1 - 34.0 (Batting side - 27 runs, 1 wicket)
    • Australia: 200 runs in 29.5 overs (179 balls), Extras 13
    • 4th Wicket: 150 runs in 120 balls (SR Watson 79, MJ Clarke 70, Ex 4)
    • SR Watson: 100 off 87 balls (8 x 4, 3 x 6)
    • Australia: 250 runs in 42.4 overs (256 balls), Extras 17
    • Over 48.4: Review by Australia (Batting), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - JP Faulkner (Struck down)
    • Innings Break: Australia - 298/10 in 49.1 overs (Fawad Ahmed 4)
    • England innings
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 37 runs, 1 wicket)
    • England: 50 runs in 12.3 overs (75 balls), Extras 2
    • Over 12.5: Review by Australia (Bowling), Umpire - RJ Bailey, Batsman - MA Carberry (Upheld)
    • Drinks: England - 64/3 in 15.5 overs (EJG Morgan 11)
    • Over 21.1: Review by England (Batting), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - RS Bopara (Upheld)
    • England: 100 runs in 23.6 overs (144 balls), Extras 8
    • England: 150 runs in 32.5 overs (197 balls), Extras 10
    • Drinks: England - 152/5 in 33.0 overs (RS Bopara 45, JC Buttler 16)
    • 6th Wicket: 50 runs in 48 balls (RS Bopara 31, JC Buttler 20, Ex 2)
    • RS Bopara: 50 off 56 balls (4 x 4)
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 35.1 - 40.0 (Batting side - 32 runs, 2 wickets)
    • Over 38.5: Review by Australia (Bowling), Umpire - RJ Bailey, Batsman - BA Stokes (Struck down)
    • England: 200 runs in 40.4 overs (244 balls), Extras 10
 
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