• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    lbw b Lillee
    23
    94
    134
    2
    0
    24.46
    c †Marsh b Colley
    37
    122
    176
    3
    0
    30.32
    b Massie
    0
    5
    12
    0
    0
    0.00
    b Lillee
    17
    70
    88
    0
    0
    24.28
    lbw b Lillee
    29
    72
    104
    4
    0
    40.27
    c †Marsh b Massie
    16
    52
    72
    3
    0
    30.76
    c †Marsh b Massie
    7
    23
    45
    0
    0
    30.43
    c †Marsh b Massie
    0
    3
    1
    0
    0
    0.00
    not out
    24
    52
    78
    2
    0
    46.15
    c †Marsh b Lillee
    6
    8
    14
    1
    0
    75.00
    c Walters b Colley
    9
    45
    47
    0
    0
    20.00
    Extras
    21 (b 5, lb 2, nb 13, w 1)
    TOTAL
    189 all out (88.3 Overs, RR: 2.13)
    Fall of wickets: 1-55 (Brian Luckhurst), 2-60 (Peter Parfitt), 3-74 (John Edrich), 4-111 (Mike Smith), 5-133 (Basil D'Oliveira), 6-145 (Norman Gifford), 7-145 (Alan Knott), 8-155 (Tony Greig), 9-166 (John Snow), 10-189 (Peter Lever)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    DK Lillee29153541.2000
    RAL Massie30104341.4300
    DJ Colley23.356822.8900
    JW Gleeson612203.6600

Close of Play

  • Thu, 13 Jul - day 1 - Australia 1st innings 249/6 (RW Marsh 17*, DJ Colley 18*)
  • Fri, 14 Jul - day 2 - England 1st innings 117/4 (BL D'Oliveira 25*, N Gifford 0*)
  • Sat, 15 Jul - day 3 - Australia 2nd innings 157/2 (R Edwards 90*, GS Chappell 0*)
  • Sun, 16 Jul - rest day
  • Mon, 17 Jul - day 4 - England 2nd innings 111/1 (BW Luckhurst 60*, PH Parfitt 14*)
  • Tue, 18 Jul - day 5 - England 2nd innings 290/4 (148 ov) - end of match

Australia tour of England and Scotland 1972 News

  • Bobby's day out

    Forty-odd years ago, Australia went into a Lord's Test as underdogs, one down in the series, and came out smelling of roses

  • Boycott on a black pudding

    In 1972, on a surface utterly ruined by rain, the England opener played an innings wholly uncharacteristic of his usual batting

  • Massie's mystery, Lillee's menace

    In the Ashes series of 1972 the weather was hostile, the pitches indifferent and crowds at Old Trafford and Headingley stayed away