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Australia vs England
Stumps : England trail by 3 runs with 7 wickets remaining in the 1st innings
Australia
136/10
( 36.4 overs )
England
133/3
( 29 overs )
Fall of wickets - Australia 1 INN
       Anderson to Warner       7/1

Anderson to Warner,OUT,early strike! Anderson pins Warner lbw, but he reviews after a long discussion. Did it pitch in line? Was reasonably short. Certainly no edge. Pitches on middle and leg, nips back off the seam, and that's hitting middle!

       Finn to Smith       18/2

Finn to Smith,OUT,he's done it! Finn strikes in his first over...and what a wicket it is. In the channel outside off, Smith feeling for it outside off and the edge carries low to Cook at first slip. Lovely delivery, in fact

       Finn to Clarke       34/3

Finn to Clarke,OUT,and another! Finn has two...and it's a bit like Clarke's dismissal in 2005 to Harmison! Not a slower ball this time, but it's very full and finds its way under Clarke's bat. Clarke seemed a little late on trying to get his bat down, but pinpoint bowling from Finn. What a comeback story developing.

       Anderson to Voges       77/4

Anderson to Voges,OUT,trying to leave and he edges to Buttler! Back-of-a-length delivery, a very half-hearted attempt to try and withdraw the bat and the ball glances off the toe end through to Buttler.

       Anderson to Marsh       82/5

Anderson to Marsh,OUT,he doesn't respond well! A flat-footed drive and another edge. Drawn into driving at the full ball, playing well away from his body, healthy edge which zips through to Buttler. Anderson on song after lunch

       Anderson to Nevill       86/6

Anderson to Nevill,OUT,left and bowled off stump! Four for Anderson. Wonderful bowling, but that always a tight leave. Wasn't the booming inswinger, just nipped back off the seam and clipped the top of off stump

       Anderson to Johnson       94/7

Anderson to Johnson,OUT,five for Anderson! The change of angled worked straight away. Full outside off, just straightens a little on Johnson who is pushing forward and the edge flies to fourth slip/fine gully

       Broad to Rogers       110/8

Broad to Rogers,OUT,the finger goes up instantly, Rogers lbw this time on the back foot, and he reviews. From round the wicket the ball angled in from back of length, Rogers stuck on his crease to work the ball to leg, he misses and is trapped right in front of middle stump. No inside edge, what does Hawkeye say? Hitting and Rogers walks back

       Broad to Starc       119/9

Broad to Starc,OUT,another late leave and that's number nine, and second for Broad! It was touch back of length outside off, Starc wanted to leave that ball but withdrew his bat too late and he toe-edged it to the keeper

       Anderson to Lyon       136/10

Anderson to Lyon,OUT,chops it on, that's the sixth for Anderson and Australia are all out. It was a length delivery outside off, Lyon swished at it and managed only an inside edge onto his stumps

Fall of wickets - England 1 INN
       Hazlewood to Lyth       19/1

Hazlewood to Lyth,OUT,edged! Held on with a juggle! Lyth is held in the slips...just. Push across full outside off, Lyth chases it with a drive - expansive given the conditions - and the edge goes at stomach height to Voges who can't cling on cleanly but grabs it into his body and keeps it above the ground

       Lyon to Cook       76/2

Lyon to Cook,OUT,what has happened here?! On my goodness. Cook has pulled this short ball off the middle and it has gone straight into Voges at short leg who, somehow, clings on while trying to take evasive action. Extraordinary. Reminds me of Slater catch Butcher off MacGill at Melbourne in 1998

       Lyon to Bell       132/3

Lyon to Bell,OUT,Lyon's done it again, gets Bell this time! What has done Bell here, he came down the track to whack that down the ground, but Lyon pitched it shorter with some flight and Bell got a leading edge high in the air. Warner had just enough time to get under it running backwards from short midwicket

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