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150dThe Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Ponting century seals win for Australia

On Thursday, England wrapped up a nine-wicket win at Headingley; on Sunday Australia replied with an seven-wicket win at Lord's

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in the end a comprehensive victory for the visitors hope you have enjoyed the coverage, be sure to join us on Tuesday for the third and final match of the series For the latest bulletin on today's play, features and other stories please visit www.cricinfo.com All feedback about the game and our coverage are welcomed http://www.cricinfo.com/commentary.html Man of the Match goes to B Lee

44.3
1nb
Gough to Martyn, 1 no ball, driven down to mid-on, Australia win by 7 wickets
44.2
1
Gough to Symonds, 1 run, turned away on the leg side, scores are level
44.1
1
Gough to Martyn, 1 run, played down to fine leg, just two more needed now

END OF OVER:
44 | 5 Runs | AUS: 221/3 (3 runs required from 36 balls, RR: 5.02, RRR: 0.50)

  • Andrew Symonds4 (5b)
  • Damien Martyn38 (65b)
  • Steve Harmison10-0-48-0

Australia require another 3 runs with 7 wickets and 36 balls remaining

43.6
4
Harmison to Symonds, FOUR runs, edged straight through the fielder at first slip, fell short and into the gap between the legs
43.5
0
Harmison to Symonds, no run, on the stumps, defended on the back-foot with a straight bat
43.4
0
Harmison to Symonds, no run, left alone outside the off stump
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