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England Vs Australia LIVE SCORE (test)

England Vs Australia At Headingley, Leeds, 22 August, 2019

22 August, 2019
Starts (IST)
Match Ended

179/10 (52.1 ov)

246/10 (75.2 ov)

3rd Test

67/10 (27.5 ov)

362/9 (125.4 ov)

England beat Australia by 1 wicket

Australia England
179/10 (52.1 ov) - R/R 3.43 67/10 (27.5 ov) - R/R 2.40
246/10 (75.2 ov) - R/R 3.26 362/9 (125.4 ov) - R/R 2.88

Match Ended

England beat Australia by 1 wicket

This Over
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Batting Status R B 4s 6s
Ben Stokes not out 135 219 11 8
Jack Leach not out 1 17 0 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Pat Cummins 24.4 5 80 1
Nathan Lyon 39 5 114 2
Current Partnership Last Wicket 286/9 (115.2)

76 (76) R/R: 7.35

Jack Leach 1(17)
Ben Stokes 74(45)

Stuart Broad 0(2) S.R (0)

lbw b James Pattinson

Ashes 2019, England vs Australia Highlights, 3rd Test Day 3 at Leeds, Full Cricket Score: Root remains unbeaten on 75 to keep hosts alive

  • FirstCricket Staff
  • August 24th, 2019
  • 23:45:41 IST

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Report, 3rd Test Day 2: England batting coach Graham Thorpe said they will not give up hope of saving the third Test against Australia, but a woeful batting display from the hosts on Friday left them with a mountain to climb to regain the Ashes.

Cricket - Ashes 2019 - Third Test - England v Australia - Headingley, Leeds, Britain - August 23, 2019 Australia's Matthew Wade ducks a bouncer from England's Ben Stokes Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Boyers - RC1F886577C0

Matthew Wade ducks under a bouncer from Ben Stokes during the third Ashes Test at Leeds. Reuters

Trailing 1-0 in the series and replying to Australia’s far from daunting first-innings total of 179, England’s key batsmen fell cheaply, several chasing aggressive shots, as the hosts were bowled out for 67 at Headingley.

That total was their 12th lowest of all time in Tests and lowest against Australia since 1948.

Joe Denly was the only player to reach double figures, top scoring with 12 runs — the lowest top score for an England batsman in Test history.

Australia, who as holders need one more win to retain the Ashes, lost six wickets themselves on a remarkable second day in Leeds, but Marnus Labuschagne (53 not out) steered them to a lead of 283, which seems beyond a woefully out-of-form England.

In the one-day format, England won the World Cup on home soil last month, with many of the same players who have played in the Ashes.

Yet England’s euphoric fans were brought crashing down to earth in the first Test innings following that triumph, after they were bowled out for 85 by Ireland, who were playing only their third-ever Test match.

Six of the top seven who took to the field in that first innings capitulation, started at Headingley in the third Ashes Test.

Jason Roy averaged over 63 in the World Cup, firing four half centuries and one 100, including 85 against Australia in the semi-final, but was again out attacking a ball he did not need to at Headingley.

Stokes, England’s World Cup final hero, was another guilty of a wild, needless shot when being dismissed.

England’s batsmen still seem to be playing with a one-day format focus. Forty of their 67 runs came as boundaries and nine batsmen hit at least one four.

Stokes was out for eight off 13 balls and Roy nine of 15. In comparison, Australia’s Labuschagne played a much more Test-like innings, leaving the balls he needed to, making an unbeaten 53 off 139 balls.

(With inputs from Reuters)

Updated Date: August 24, 2019 23:45:41 IST

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