5th Test

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  1. SilentBob

    By:SilentBobSep 9, 2005
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    England 1st innings R B 4 6
    ME Trescothick c Hayden b Warne 43 65 8 0
    AJ Strauss c Katich b Warne 129 210 17 0
    *MP Vaughan c Clarke b Warne 11 25 2 0
    IR Bell lbw b Warne 0 7 0 0
    KP Pietersen b Warne 14 25 2 0
    A Flintoff c Warne b McGrath 72 115 12 1
    PD Collingwood lbw b Tait 7 26 1 0
    +GO Jones not out 21 39 4 0
    AF Giles not out 5 23 0 0
    Extras (b 4, lb 6, nb 7) 17
    Total (7 wickets, 88 overs) 319

    To Bat: MJ Hoggard, SJ Harmison.

    FoW: 1-82 (Trescothick, 17.3 ov), 2-102 (Vaughan, 23.5 ov),
    3-104 (Bell, 25.6 ov), 4-131 (Pietersen, 33.3 ov),
    5-274 (Flintoff, 70.1 ov), 6-289 (Collingwood, 76.3 ov),
    7-297 (Strauss, 79.4 ov).

    Bowling O M R W
    McGrath 19 5 48 1
    Lee 17 3 68 0 (3nb)
    Tait 15 1 61 1 (3nb)
    Warne 34 4 118 5
    Katich 3 0 14 0




    Not a bad day thanks to Warne.
    McGrath and Lee didn't look like doing much, Tait looked OK, got some wicked reverse swing happening in the afternoon.
    Normally you would say Australia are on top but who knows how they are going to bat, 350 or so could be enough.
     
  2. Spuds Bodyguard

    By:Spuds BodyguardSep 9, 2005
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    Pretty good effort really. The Oval is a 400+ run a day ground. The pitch looks to be an absolute road.
     
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