35.4
6
White to Mahmood, SIX runs, tossed up. smashed over mid wicket into the crowd - the tenth six of the day
34.4
6
Ritchard to Mahmood, SIX runs, lofted over long off, fine shot that
21.1
4
Tait to Pietersen, FOUR runs, inside edges a 146 kmh delivery past leg stump to long leg
20.6
4
Voges to Strauss, FOUR runs, lofts over mid wicket, gee he is in good touch today
17.6
4
White to Collingwood, FOUR runs, short and pulled through mid wicket this time - good over for England
17.2
4
White to Collingwood, FOUR runs, short and pulled over mid wicket
14.3
4
Ritchard to Strauss, FOUR runs, fine legs up and Strauss take full toll, leg glancing behind square leg
13.5
4
Dorey to Collingwood, FOUR runs, advances and lofts over mid on to the boundary
13.1
4
Dorey to Collingwood, FOUR runs, short, pulls to the square leg fence, bowling pretty poor here at the moment
12.6
4
Hilfenhaus to Strauss, FOUR runs, pulls behind square leg, 3 fours in the over
12.4
4
Hilfenhaus to Strauss, FOUR runs, tries to work to leg, gets a leading edge to a very fine third man
12.3
4
Hilfenhaus to Strauss, FOUR runs, superb pull through mid wicket, wasn't that short really
11.2
4
Dorey to Strauss, FOUR runs, clips off his toes again, silly field setting by White hear at the moment with no long leg
11.1
4
Dorey to Strauss, FOUR runs, clips off his toes through backward square leg
10.6
4
Hilfenhaus to Collingwood, FOUR runs, lofts a slower ball over mid wicket
9.6
4
Dorey to Strauss, FOUR runs, short, cut in fact hammered through cover point
8.1
4
Hilfenhaus to Strauss, FOUR runs, short and cut over point for another four
4.4
4
Hilfenhaus to Strauss, FOUR runs, drives through cover, great batting this
4.3
4
Hilfenhaus to Strauss, FOUR runs, drives through point, excellent shot
4.2
4
Hilfenhaus to Strauss, FOUR runs, drives through the cover, elegant shot
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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