END OF OVER:
50 | 22 Runs | PM-XI: 347/5 | RR: 6.94

  • Shaun Marsh78 (56b)
  • Cameron White30 (14b)
  • Sajid Mahmood9-0-97-1

Match State: Innings Break Players

49.6
6
Mahmood to Marsh, SIX runs, lofted over long on for another six and that's that after 50 overs - PM's XI 5/347
49.5
1
Mahmood to White, 1 run, inside edges a ball to short fine leg
49.5
1w
Mahmood to White, 1 wide, down leg side - 350 a chance now
49.4
4
Mahmood to White, FOUR runs, short and a slower ball, pulled one bounce to the deep mid wicket area
49.3
2
Mahmood to White, 2 runs, slogged out to deep square leg
49.3
7nb
Mahmood to White, (no ball) SIX runs, lofts over long on for his third six!!!!
49.2
0
Mahmood to White, no run, backs away and tries to loft over cover, but misses
49.1
1
Mahmood to Marsh, 1 run, drives off the outer half of the bat to 3rd man

END OF OVER:
49 | 16 Runs | PM-XI: 325/5 | RR: 6.63

  • Cameron White17 (9b)
  • Shaun Marsh71 (54b)
  • James Anderson10-1-65-1
48.6
0
Anderson to White, no run, has a swing and a miss at a half volley that just misses off stump
48.5
2
Anderson to White, 2 runs, pulls out to deep mid wicket
48.4
1
Anderson to Marsh, 1 run, square drives a full toss
48.3
1b
Anderson to White, 1 bye, a slower ball, has a swing and a miss, Jones fumbles as well
48.2
6
Anderson to White, SIX runs, leg side full toss, flipped over long leg for another SIX

The ball hit the roof of a marquee and went out of the ground

48.1
6
Anderson to White, SIX runs, slower ball, smashed over mid wicket, great hit

END OF OVER:
48 | 13 Runs | PM-XI: 309/5 | RR: 6.43

  • Cameron White3 (4b)
  • Shaun Marsh70 (53b)
  • Sajid Mahmood8-0-75-1

England a bit slack in not getting their overs through in the alloted time

47.6
1
Mahmood to White, 1 run, drives to deep long on
47.5
1
Mahmood to Marsh, 1 run, drives to deep cover point
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England XI 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st3ME TrescothickAJ Strauss
2nd21AJ StraussAN Cook
3rd83PD CollingwoodAJ Strauss
4th12AJ StraussKP Pietersen
5th4A FlintoffKP Pietersen
6th1A FlintoffGO Jones
7th22AF GilesGO Jones
8th31GO JonesSI Mahmood
9th1JM AndersonGO Jones
10th3MS PanesarGO Jones