England appeared to have taken the upper hand when Jofra Archer took 6-45 to bowl Australia out for 179 on a rain-affected first day of the third Test.
All ten wickets fell to catches behind the wicket as the hosts failed to show the disciplined batting required on a seaming pitch.England's opening pair put on a commanding performance, with Alastair Cook on 80 and Strauss on 64 at stumps. Listen to commentary highlights from the opening day of the fourth Test (UK users only), TMS podcast: Agnew and Boycott's review (available worldwide), England were elated when the prolific Mike Hussey fell for just eight, Lowest against England at home since 1936, Tremlett got the ball rolling with the wicket of Shane Watson, The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites, Even in a series that has seen some spectacular implosions, Australia's was an astounding collapse, Australia v England - 4th Test day one as it happened. Australia entered this critical match with only three batsmen in any sort of form. A score of 77-6 became 77-8 when Haddin wafted Bresnan to slip, before Prior accepted another catch from Anderson's bowling to send the occasionally dangerous Mitchell Johnson on his way for a duck. Review.
With propitious timing for the tourists, the clouds melted away as Strauss - who ended the day on 64 - and Cook (80) strode to the crease.
Jofra Archer takes 6-45 to help England bowl out Australia for 179 on a truncated first day of the third Ashes Test at Headingley. Enter here! And they were made to pay when Strauss and Alastair Cook pushed England along to a very healthy 157-0 in reply. ... 98.
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This time, however, with England's three seamers locating a searching length from the off - and finding swing consistently, those three all failed. We had rain, bad light, a frustrating first few sessions - and then England came to life at the end to skittle Australia for 179 all out. 1.
Even as news filtered through that 84,345 spectators had watched the early exchanges of the afternoon session, huge swathes of them were already leaving the ground - though a delighted Barmy Army contingent remained in situ. This article is more than 2 years old. MORE (AP) CM CM 12261402 Australia's tentative batting display, the consistently good line and length of the England bowlers, and then the reverse of both in England's innings meant the tourists led on first innings just 72.2 overs into the first day.It took England less than two rain-shortened sessions to bowl Australia out in 42.5 overs, with six catches taken by wicketkeeper Matt Prior, two in the slips and two at gully, illustrating the ill-discipline of Australia's batsmen, who were constantly tempted to play at balls they should have left alone.James Anderson and Chris Tremlett ended with four wickets each.England's performance with the ball was excellent, bowling very few bad deliveries and allowing Strauss to set an attacking field on this helpful surface. (UK users only) British Broadcasting Corporation Home England pulled off a remarkable fightback to beat Australia by two runs in a thrilling first Twenty20 at the Ageas Bowl. Find the complete scorecard of England vs Australia 4th Test Online. England put themselves in a remarkably dominant position after day one of the fourth Ashes Test having bowled out Australia for just 98 in Melbourne. But he showed some fine control at one end as Tremlett and Anderson probed away at the other. Enter here! Prior's catch was riotously celebrated, and Anderson remained in hot form during the afternoon; uncertain pushes outside off-stump caused the demise of both Steve Smith and Clarke - the Anderson-Prior combination doing the business each time. The high was four for 26 on Boxing Day as England blew away Australia for 98 in front of nearly 90,000 at the MCG, setting up a one-sided win that retained the Ashes. England took an iron grip on the Ashes by bowling out Australia for a record low score of 98 and then scoring 157 without loss on the opening day of the fourth Test today. Australia showed poor technique to contribute to their demise. Ricky Ponting suggested a possible return to form when hitting two fine pull shots for four, but Tremlett got one to fizz away from him off the seam and the Australian captain's edge was well held by Graeme Swann at second slip. Despite his double let-off, Watson had made only five. England v Australia ODIs - Men's.
Jenny Gunn took 4/13 in her 250th appearance for England; Smith out as Aussies bowl first in ODI decider. England bowl against Australia in World Cup. England had one of their greatest days of Test cricket, closing on 157-0 after bowling Australia out for 98 at the MCG Sean Ingle (first session) and Rob Smyth (second and third sessions) Sat … Fourth Ashes Test: Australia 98 v England 157-0 (stumps, day one)Venue: Melbourne Dates: 26-30 December Start time: 2330 GMT each dayCoverage: Live on Test Match Special on BBC 5 live sports extra, Radio 4 LW & online; TMS highlights online (UK only) and day's review on the
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