Player of the Match
Player of the Match

END OF OVER:
134 | 15 Runs | ENG: 566/9

  • Matthew Hoggard15 (42b)
  • Steve Harmison31 (18b)
  • Jermaine Lawson23-4-111-1
  • Dwayne Bravo24-6-76-4
133.6
0
Lawson to Hoggard, no run,
133.5
0
Lawson to Hoggard, no run,
133.4
1
Lawson to Harmison, 1 run,
133.3
6
Lawson to Harmison, SIX runs,
133.2
4
Lawson to Harmison, FOUR runs,
133.1
4
Lawson to Harmison, FOUR runs,

END OF OVER:
133 | 6 Runs | ENG: 551/9

  • Matthew Hoggard15 (40b)
  • Steve Harmison16 (14b)
  • Dwayne Bravo24-6-76-4
  • Omari Banks27-3-108-1
132.6
0
Bravo to Hoggard, no run,
132.5
1
Bravo to Harmison, 1 run,
132.4
4
Bravo to Harmison, FOUR runs,
132.3
0
Bravo to Harmison, no run,
132.2
1lb
Bravo to Hoggard, 1 leg bye,
132.1
0
Bravo to Hoggard, no run,

END OF OVER:
132 | 3 Runs | ENG: 545/9

  • Steve Harmison11 (11b)
  • Matthew Hoggard15 (37b)
  • Omari Banks27-3-108-1
  • Ramnaresh Sarwan12-0-49-0
131.6
0
Banks to Harmison, no run,
131.5
0
Banks to Harmison, no run,
131.4
1
Banks to Hoggard, 1 run,
131.3
0
Banks to Hoggard, no run,
131.2
1
Banks to Harmison, 1 run,
131.1
1lb
Banks to Hoggard, 1 leg bye,

END OF OVER:
131 | 5 Runs | ENG: 542/9

  • Steve Harmison10 (8b)
  • Matthew Hoggard14 (34b)
  • Ramnaresh Sarwan12-0-49-0
  • Omari Banks26-3-106-1
130.6
4
Sarwan to Harmison, FOUR runs,
130.5
0
Sarwan to Harmison, no run,
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