skids on with the angle as Moeen tries to reverse this through point. He's struck on the pad, Bess goes up, and he's given! Thought that might have hit him outside the line, but Moeen is on his way
Well, thanks to all and sundry for joining us for the first live ball-by-ball commentary since mid-March. It's been a lot of fun, even if England haven't necessarily learned all that much from it. We'll bring you all the latest from tomorrow's squad announcement tomorrow morning on the site, and will have some post-match reaction for you later this evening. But other than that, from me, Miller and Alan, it's goodbye - and see you on Wednesday morning!
5.42pm: And with that, it looks like they're bumping fists! What an anti-climax after all that! But it seems as though that will be that, as the groundsman heads out there with a broom.
has a waft at one outside off and is beaten
This is definitely on, you know. 98 off 96 balls, by my count. Bess continues from round the wicket, with slip in place
flicked off the pads down to deep square to keep the strike
Slip moves out
length outside off, driven elegantly through cover for Moeen's first boundary. 99 needed...
length outside leg stump, Stokes clears the front leg and chips it out to cover point
short ball aimed at the left shoulder, Stokes sways inside the line
back of a length outside off, steered down to third man
Wood is round the wicket
Moeen Ali is the new man, presumably with license to have a whack. And meanwhile, the PM has confirmed that recreational cricket is back next weekend, or so I'm told
hit on the back pad trying to work to leg, big shout, given! Looked good to the naked eye, smashed dead in front and Crawley trudges off after a useful cameo
heaved up and over midwicket, Stokes doesn't bother running because he's sure it's four but it doesn't go, and they only get one as a result
full on fifth stump, shapes to sweep and is beaten. It ricochets off a mixture of his and Buttler's pads to Burns at wide slip who throws to the non-striker's end with Stokes wandering down the pitch, and away for overthrows. Mayhem!
full and straight, reverse-swept deftly past backward point and away for four! Crawley joins in on the fun
tossed up, slapped out to deep cover
tossed up full, Stokes lofts it inside-out over cover and it runs away to the boundary
speared in round-arm, and slugged out to deep midwicket. They take on a risky second, but the throw to the keeper's end is wild
Parkinson is hauled out of the attack, with Dom Bess coming on for the first time today. He did well yesterday, but this is a tricky time to enter the fray. 120 off 108 is the nominal equation.
Tim M: "Is Denly keeping wicket at the moment or is Jos just wearing his shirt..? Hard to tell when there are no close-ups!" Can confirm it's Buttler in Denly's shirt!
fired in full at the pads, clipped away for one into the leg side
Another mini-conference between Buttler and Wood. Get on with it! He goes round the wicket now
hard length, tucked off the hip for one
"England have become so white ball focused recently even their test warm up games end up like this," grumbles Sam K. Embrace the chaos!
short ball, pulled hard round the corner but only to long leg
bumper, angled across Stokes but it's very wayward, sailing way over him, and is called wide
back of a length on the hip, looks to pull but again can't get anything on it
back of a length, Stokes looks to pull but can't get anything on it, apparently from possibly a skim off the bottom of the bat on the way through
What's Wood's plan to Stokes? Buttler runs down to have a chat with him. Bit of a hold-up here as Buttler hatches a plan. Wood stays over the wicket, and a load of fielders have just run across the screen - must be a packed leg-side field, I think. Slip moves out