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Live Score Updates Australia 111/6 Finn gets the wicket of Mitchell Marsh and that was a gem of a delivery. The ball pitched on length and came back into the batsman and the batsman was beaten all ends up. Warner was unperturbed and went about with his task, coolly collecting boundaries before Anderson was brought back into the attack and the left-hander got a top edge and Adam Lyth at cover watched the ball till the end to take a catch. Wicket for the birthday boy D Warner c Lyth b Anderson 77 (62) Also Read - Australia Passes Landmark Law to Make Google, Facebook Pay For News
Live Score Updates Australia 76/4 David Warner is holding fort at one end but Steven Finn is on a roll after lunch and has put England on top at this stage. The southpaw had reached his fifty and the out-of-form Clarke played a poor forward defence and the ball flew to fourth slip and it was a good diving catch from Adam Lyth. The clincher was Adam Voges, who perishes the very next ball, again prodding nervously outside the off-stump. England on top and Finn is the driving force. M Clarke c Lyth b Finn 3 (19), A Voges 0 (1) Also Read - Facebook Restricts Australian Users From Viewing Any News Content Over Media Payment Law
Live Score Updates Australia 63/2 The Australians have blazed away through David Warner, who is in his typical punishing mood and is going after the English bowlers. It is all Warner at the moment as there are a flurry of boundaries. There was no luck for Rogers this time, who was trapped in front by Broad but it is Steven Finn who effects the big dismissal of Steve Smith! Finn has been a revelation up the order and England have been good in picking up wickets. C Rogers lbw b Broad 6(13, S Smith c Buttler b Finn 8(27)
Live Score Updates England 281 Another fluent knock from Moeen Ali as England defy the Aussies just when Johnson and Lyon had done all the initial hard work. The no-holes barred, fluent approach from the southpaw. Stuart Broad gave him good support at the crease and the duo thwarted the Aussies, bringing up a good eighth wicket partnership. Josh Hazlewood was instrumental in polishing off the lower order. England finish with a lead of 155
Live Score Updates England 221/7 at Lunch Moeen Ali 23*, Stuart Broad 10* England safely get home with a lead that has stretched to 84. For the moment, 150 should be their target but credit to Australia for their stunning comeback, getting all the big English middle order wickets. Nathan Lyon has been a revelation and is getting the ball to turn and bounce and has been all over Moeen Ali. The left-hander has the onus of helping England stretch their lead.
Live Score Updates England 190/7 England have lost wickets in a heap and it was Mitchell Johnson’s bouncers that did the trick for England here. Magnificent bowling by the left-armer earlier on and Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes disappeared quickly and the damage was already done. England had already lost half their side at that point but Joe Root was unperturbed and went about with his business in a fluent manner. Just then, he chased a wide delivery from Mitchell Starc and ended up nicking it to Adam Voges at first slip and the 35-year-old ended up taking his third catch of the match. Then it was up to the last recognised pair of Jos Buttler and Moeen Ali to build a good partnership but Buttler failed, falling prey to Nathan Lyon while trying to shuffle across off to work the ball on the leg side. Nathan Lyon has figures of 3 for 3 at this point. J Root c Voges b Starc 63 (75), J Buttler lbw b Lyon 9 (38)
Hello and welcome to the Live Cricket Score Updates of Day two of the third Test match of Ashes 2015 – England vs Australia at Birmingham on Wednesday. The match is set to start at 3:30 PM Indian Standard time (IST). The five-match Test series between England and Australia is currently leveled at 1-1. Hosts England won the first Test, while Australia came back strong to win the second Test comprehensively and level the series. Catch the Live Streaming of the third Ashes test between Australia and England here
It was a James Anderson show on day one as England ran through the brittle Australian middle order and bundled them out for a cheap score of 136. There was a lot of purchase going into the final session of the day’s play at Edgbaston and Anderson was magnificent and wickets tumbled in quick succession for the Aussies. Alastair Cook and Ian Bell played handy knocks to get the score close to Australia’s total.