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Pakistan vs Australia: 1st Test, Day 5, cricket live scores, blog

11th October, 2018
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Match Complete

Second Innings: Australia

8/362

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Pakistan

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Australia

8/362

Match Drawn

4/114 (43.5) *Shah O: 139.5 Paine* 61 (194)
0/87 (37.0) Asif RR:2.23 Lyon 5 (34)
lbw. Shah127.4
8/333
Siddle 0(3)
c. Azam b. Shah127.1
7/333
Starc 1(5)
lbw. Shah125.3
6/331
Khawaja 141(302)
lbw. Shah89.1
5/252
Labuschagne 13(24)
lbw. Hafeez80.1
4/219
Head 72(175)
lbw. Abbas31.4
3/87
Marsh 0(4)
c. Ahmed b. Abbas29.6
2/87
Marsh 0(2)
lbw. Abbas29.4
1/87
Finch 49(99)
Second Innings: Pakistan6/181 d.RR: 2.72O: 57.5
First Innings: Australia202 all outRR: 2.09O: 83.3
First Innings: Pakistan482 all outRR: 2.52O: 164.2

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First Innings: Pakistan 482 all out RR: 2.52 O: 164.2
Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR

I. ul-Haq

c. Paine b. Lyon

76 188 7 2 40.43

M. Hafeez

lbw. Siddle

126 208 15 0 60.58

A. Ali

c. Starc b. Holland

18 80 2 0 22.50

H. Sohail

c. Paine b. Lyon

110 240 8 2 45.83

M. Abbas

b. Siddle

1 26 0 0 3.85

A. Shafiq

c. Paine b. Labuschagne

80 165 9 1 48.48

M.B. Azam

run out (Labuschagne)

4 11 0 0 36.36

S. Ahmed*+

run out (Finch)

15 28 0 0 53.57

M.B. Asif

b. Siddle

12 22 2 0 54.55

W. Riaz

not out

7 11 1 0 63.64

Y. Shah

c. Paine b. Starc

3 10 0 0 30.00

Extras

(b 6, lb 21, w 0, nb 3)

30  
Total 482  
Bowlers O M R W Ec
M.A. Starc 36.2 11 90 1 2.48
P.M. Siddle 29.0 11 58 3 2.00
N.M. Lyon 52.0 12 114 2 2.19
J.M. Holland 29.0 1 126 1 4.34
M. Labuschagne 8.0 0 29 1 3.62
M.R. Marsh 10.0 0 38 0 3.80
First Innings: Australia 202 all out RR: 2.09 O: 83.3
Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR

U.T. Khawaja

c. ul-Haq b. Asif

85 175 8 0 48.57

A.J. Finch

c. Shafiq b. Abbas

62 161 5 1 38.51

S.E. Marsh

c. Shafiq b. Asif

7 26 1 0 26.92

M.R. Marsh

lbw. Abbas

12 48 1 0 25.00

T.M. Head

c. Sohail b. Asif

0 9 0 0 0.00

M. Labuschagne

c. ul-Haq b. Asif

0 2 0 0 0.00

T.D. Paine*+

c. ul-Haq b. Asif

7 27 1 0 25.93

M.A. Starc

c. Ahmed b. Abbas

0 16 0 0 0.00

P.M. Siddle

b. Abbas

10 23 0 0 43.48

N.M. Lyon

c. ul-Haq b. Asif

6 13 1 0 46.15

J.M. Holland

not out

0 1 0 0 0.00

Extras

(b 6, lb 7, w 0, nb 0)

13  
Total 202  
Bowlers O M R W Ec
M. Abbas 19.0 9 29 4 1.53
W. Riaz 11.0 2 39 0 3.55
Y. Shah 28.0 6 80 0 2.86
M. Hafeez 3.0 1 2 0 0.67
M.B. Asif 21.3 7 36 6 1.67
A. Ali 1.0 0 3 0 3.00
Second Innings: Pakistan 6/181 d. RR: 2.72 O: 57.5
Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR

I. ul-Haq

c+b. Holland

48 104 4 0 46.15

M. Hafeez

c. Labuschagne b. Holland

17 38 3 0 44.74

M.B. Asif

c. Head b. Lyon

0 5 0 0 0.00

A. Ali

lbw. Holland

4 10 1 0 40.00

H. Sohail

lbw. Labuschagne

39 81 2 2 48.15

A. Shafiq

c. Marsh b. Lyon

41 56 3 1 73.21

M.B. Azam

not out

28 53 1 1 52.83

S. Ahmed*+

         

Y. Shah

         

M. Abbas

         

W. Riaz

         

Extras

(b 2, lb 2, w 0, nb 0)

4  
Total 181  
Bowlers O M R W Ec
M.A. Starc 6.0 1 18 0 3.00
N.M. Lyon 25.5 6 58 2 2.25
P.M. Siddle 2.0 1 3 0 1.50
J.M. Holland 20.0 3 83 3 4.15
T.M. Head 1.0 0 6 0 6.00
M. Labuschagne 3.0 0 9 1 3.00
Second Innings: Australia 8/362 RR: 2.23 O: 139.5
Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR

A.J. Finch

lbw. Abbas

49 99 5 0 49.49

U.T. Khawaja

lbw. Shah

141 302 11 0 46.69

S.E. Marsh

c. Ahmed b. Abbas

0 2 0 0 0.00

M.R. Marsh

lbw. Abbas

0 4 0 0 0.00

T.M. Head

lbw. Hafeez

72 175 5 0 41.14

M. Labuschagne

lbw. Shah

13 24 0 1 54.17

T.D. Paine*+

not out

61 194 5 0 31.44

M.A. Starc

c. Azam b. Shah

1 5 0 0 20.00

P.M. Siddle

lbw. Shah

0 3 0 0 0.00

N.M. Lyon

not out

5 34 0 0 14.71

J.M. Holland

         

Extras

(b 13, lb 4, w 0, nb 3)

20  
Total 362  
Bowlers O M R W Ec
M. Abbas 27.0 7 56 3 2.07
M. Hafeez 6.0 0 29 1 4.83
Y. Shah 43.5 9 114 4 2.60
W. Riaz 16.0 3 42 0 2.62
M.B. Asif 37.0 8 87 0 2.35
H. Sohail 9.0 1 16 0 1.78
A. Shafiq 1.0 0 1 0 1.00

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Australia will attempt to hang on for a draw when the fifth day of the first Test against Pakistan gets underway in Dubai. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from 5pm (AEDT).

The Aussies were tasked with facing out a tick over four and a half sessions to save the match after a solid bowling performance in the second innings.

Like their first innings disaster, things were going along smoothly with openers Aaron Finch and Usman Khawaja at the crease.

When a reviewed LBW removed Finch for 49, things went pear-shaped, with the Marsh brothers both falling shortly after for ducks to leave Australia three wickets down.

After some nervy moments early in his innings, Travis Head provided the support for Khawaja neither of the Marsh brothers could, batting all the way to stumps for 34 not out.

Given the run-rate has been pretty slow across all four innings of the match to date, the chance of scoring another 326 runs with seven wickets in the sheds is remote for the tourists.

Instead, this is going to be a battle of attrition. A battle of batting for time and hoping against hope they can see off 90 – maybe more – overs until the umpires call stumps.

If Australia are to escape with a draw, they will need everything to go right, but the first of those was stopping the rot yesterday. After losing ten for 60 in the first innings, they must stop any collapses and ensure partnerships are built at every hurdle.

It’d be fair to say Khawaja and Head need to see out the first session. Debutant Marnus Labuschagne looked out of sorts in the first innings, leaving for a second-ball duck, and the last thing any Australian wants is the pressure heaped on Tim Paine to survive two sessions after that.

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Still, Australia are fighting against the odds here. The pitch is doing a few weird things, especially once the ball gets a little bit older.

The hosts will need more from Yasir Shah today. He has had an incredibly quiet Test and is yet to pick up a wicket, while Bilal Asif needs to get back to where he was during the first innings when he took six scalps.

Even if the spin duo are the keys to the hosts taking the next seven wickets, Mohammad Abbas has been tough to handle throughout the match and him building pressure in short spells across the day will help.

Then again, bowling tight and accurate won’t necessarily frustrate the Aussies with scoring rate out the window today.

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Game information

First ball: 5pm (AEDT)
Venue: Dubai International Stadium
TV: Live, Fox Sports
Online: Live, Foxtel app, Foxtel now
Radio (online): Wisden, White Line Wireless
Betting: Pakistan $1.53, Australia $17, draw $2.85

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