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The Ashes cricket end of day scores: England vs Australia 2nd Test, Day 4

17th August, 2019
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Second Innings: England

4/96

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Australia

4/96

England lead Australia by 104 runs with 6 wickets remaining

2/16 (8.2) *Cummins O: 32.2 Stokes* 16 (41)
0/15 (7.0) Hazlewood RR:2.57 Buttler 10 (37)
c. Paine b. Siddle20.2
4/71
Burns 29(52)
c+b. Siddle18.5
3/64
Denly 26(51)
c. Paine b. Cummins4.2
2/9
Root 0(1)
c+b. Cummins4.1
1/9
Roy 2(13)
First Innings: Australia250 all outRR: 2.28O: 94.3
First Innings: England258 all outRR: 2.87O: 77.1

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First Innings: England 258 all out RR: 2.87 O: 77.1
Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR

R.J. Burns

c. Bancroft b. Cummins

53 127 7 0 41.73

J.J. Roy

c. Paine b. Hazlewood

0 3 0 0 0.00

J.E. Root*

lbw. Hazlewood

14 20 3 0 70.00

J.L. Denly

c. Paine b. Hazlewood

30 67 4 0 44.78

J.C. Buttler

c. Paine b. Siddle

12 23 1 0 52.17

B.A. Stokes

lbw. Lyon

13 22 3 0 59.09

J.M. Bairstow+

c. Khawaja b. Lyon

52 95 7 0 54.74

C.R. Woakes

c. Paine b. Cummins

32 62 3 1 51.61

J.C. Archer

c. Khawaja b. Cummins

12 20 2 0 60.00

S.C.J. Broad

b. Lyon

11 15 2 0 73.33

M.J. Leach

not out

6 9 1 0 66.67

Extras

(b 12, lb 5, w 6, nb 0)

23  
Total 258  
Bowlers O M R W Ec
P.J. Cummins 21.0 8 61 3 2.90
J.R. Hazlewood 22.0 6 58 3 2.64
P.M. Siddle 13.0 2 48 1 3.69
N.M. Lyon 19.1 2 68 3 3.55
S.P.D. Smith 2.0 0 6 0 3.00
First Innings: Australia 250 all out RR: 2.28 O: 94.3
Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR

C.T. Bancroft

lbw. Archer

13 66 1 0 19.70

D.A. Warner

b. Broad

3 17 0 0 17.65

U.T. Khawaja

c. Bairstow b. Woakes

36 56 4 0 64.29

S.P.D. Smith

lbw. Woakes

92 161 14 0 57.14

T.M. Head

lbw. Broad

7 21 1 0 33.33

M.S. Wade

c. Burns b. Broad

6 45 1 0 13.33

T.D. Paine*+

c. Buttler b. Archer

23 70 2 0 32.86

P.J. Cummins

c. Bairstow b. Broad

20 80 3 0 25.00

P.M. Siddle

c. Bairstow b. Woakes

9 31 1 0 29.03

N.M. Lyon

lbw. Leach

6 17 0 0 35.29

J.R. Hazlewood

not out

3 4 0 0 75.00

Extras

(b 17, lb 12, w 2, nb 1)

32  
Total 250  
Bowlers O M R W Ec
S.C.J. Broad 27.3 7 65 4 2.36
J.C. Archer 29.0 11 59 2 2.03
C.R. Woakes 19.0 6 61 3 3.21
B.A. Stokes 8.0 1 17 0 2.12
M.J. Leach 11.0 3 19 1 1.73
Second Innings: England 4/96 RR: 2.57 O: 32.2
Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR

R.J. Burns

c. Paine b. Siddle

29 52 3 0 55.77

J.J. Roy

c+b. Cummins

2 13 0 0 15.38

J.E. Root*

c. Paine b. Cummins

0 1 0 0 0.00

J.L. Denly

c+b. Siddle

26 51 4 0 50.98

B.A. Stokes

not out

16 41 2 0 39.02

J.C. Buttler

not out

10 37 0 0 27.03

J.M. Bairstow+

         

C.R. Woakes

         

J.C. Archer

         

S.C.J. Broad

         

M.J. Leach

         

Extras

(b 4, lb 8, w 0, nb 1)

13  
Total 96  
Bowlers O M R W Ec
P.J. Cummins 8.2 2 16 2 1.92
J.R. Hazlewood 7.0 1 15 0 2.14
P.M. Siddle 8.0 2 19 2 2.38
N.M. Lyon 9.0 2 34 0 3.78

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Rain continued to play a vital part in the second Ashes Test between the traditional rivals England and Australia at Lord’s and the hosts will now hope to conjure up a miracle to try and come back into the series on day four of this game. The match continues from 8pm AEST and you can follow it live with The Roar below.

Australia found themselves in a familiar soup they had in the first Test match with the bat. Having been 4/99 in the first innings of the Birmingham Test, Australia dished out a repeat of that showing after losing three wickets in the 24.1 overs that were possible on the third day of this Lord’s Test to slump to 4/71 in this one.

However, with Steven Smith continuing to frustrate the English bowlers with an exhibition of a potential impregnability and exaggerated leaves to deliveries fractionally outside the off, England knew their work was far from over.

The visitors thwarted them for a further seven overs in the day before England found a third factor to add to their discomfiture – rain – and the day ended with Australia still four wickets down.

While they are still a few runs away from the follow-on target of 139 – remember, this is now a four-day match and the follow-on lead is at least 150 runs instead of 200 – England will know they are up against time. And Smith.

Smith has barely offered them a chance, having batted 456 deliveries in the series already in just his third innings. And by the looks of things, when everyone else around him looked like they were struggling to keep the Dukes movement away, the former Aussie keeper barely looked rattled.

For England to have a chance of a miraculous turnaround, they will need the weather to change dramatically – and the forecast for the next two days is good – but they will also need a change in the way they bowl at Smith.

Former England captain Nasser Hussain, on commentary, has already suggested a change in length would be one of the keys and with an English defeat slowly moving out of the equation thanks to their first inning score and the lack of time left in the game, the England seamers could look to bowl a lot fuller at Smith.

The other option is to try and attack at the other end while drying up Smith’s end but the same factor that was their friend – lack of time – becomes a foe. An interesting day’s play is ahead of us despite the loss of quite many overs already.

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