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Australia v England
England in Australia 2010/11 (5th Test)
VenueSydney Cricket Ground, Sydney on 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th January 2011 (5-day match)
Balls per over6
TossAustralia won the toss and decided to bat
ResultEngland won by an innings and 83 runs
UmpiresAleem Dar (Pakistan), BF Bowden (New Zealand)
TV umpireAL Hill (New Zealand)
RefereeRS Madugalle (Sri Lanka)
Reserve UmpireBNJ Oxenford
Close of play day 1Australia (1) 134/4 (Hussey 12*; 59 overs)
Close of play day 2England (1) 167/3 (Cook 61*, Anderson 1*; 48 overs)
Close of play day 3England (1) 488/7 (Prior 54*, Bresnan 0*; 141 overs)
Close of play day 4Australia (2) 213/7 (Smith 24*, Siddle 17*; 67 overs)
Man of the MatchAN Cook

Australia first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
SR Watsonc Strauss b Bresnan451271825- 
PJ Hughesc Collingwood b Tremlett31931215- 
Usman Khawajac Trott b Swann37951205- 
*MJ Clarkec Anderson b Bresnan42125-- 
MEK Husseyb Collingwood33921132- 
+BJ Haddinc Prior b Anderson61315-- 
SPD Smithc Collingwood b Anderson1853851- 
MG Johnsonb Bresnan53668951 
PM Siddlec Strauss b Anderson242-- 
BW Hilfenhausc Prior b Anderson34588831 
MA Beernot out21723-- 
Extras(5 b, 7 lb, 2 nb, 1 w)15
Total(all out, 436 minutes, 106.1 overs)280
Fall of wickets:
1-55 (Hughes, 29.3 ov), 2-105 (Watson, 44.3 ov), 3-113 (Clarke, 50.6 ov), 4-134 (Usman Khawaja, 59 ov), 5-143 (Haddin, 62.4 ov), 6-171 (Hussey, 79.6 ov), 7-187 (Smith, 84.2 ov), 8-189 (Siddle, 84.6 ov), 9-265 (Johnson, 99.5 ov), 10-280 (Hilfenhaus, 106.1 ov)
England bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Anderson30.17664--
Tremlett26   9711-2
Bresnan30   58931-
Swann16   4371--
Collingwood4   251--

England first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*AJ Straussb Hilfenhaus60589281 
AN Cookc Hussey b Watson18934248816- 
IJL Trottb Johnson066-- 
KP Pietersenc Beer b Johnson3670874- 
JM Andersonb Siddle735411- 
PD Collingwoodc Hilfenhaus b Beer134168-- 
IR Bellc Clarke b Johnson11523229613- 
+MJ Priorc Haddin b Hilfenhaus118130237111 
TT Bresnanc Clarke b Johnson351031145- 
GP Swannnot out36264731 
CT Tremlettc Haddin b Hilfenhaus1228311- 
Extras(3 b, 11 lb, 4 nb, 5 w)23
Total(all out, 758 minutes, 177.5 overs)644
Fall of wickets:
1-98 (Strauss, 22.2 ov), 2-99 (Trott, 23.3 ov), 3-165 (Pietersen, 43.2 ov), 4-181 (Anderson, 53.3 ov), 5-226 (Collingwood, 68.3 ov), 6-380 (Cook, 115.3 ov), 7-487 (Bell, 139.4 ov), 8-589 (Bresnan, 167.6 ov), 9-609 (Prior, 170.6 ov), 10-644 (Tremlett, 177.5 ov)
Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Hilfenhaus38.5712131-
Johnson36   516842-
Siddle31   5111111
Watson20   749112
Beer38   31121-1
Smith13   0670--
Hussey1   020--

Australia second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
SR Watsonrun out (Prior->Pietersen)3840517- 
PJ Hughesc Prior b Bresnan1358741- 
Usman Khawajac Prior b Anderson2173892- 
*MJ Clarkec Prior b Anderson4173966- 
MEK Husseyc Pietersen b Bresnan1249661- 
+BJ Haddinc Prior b Tremlett3041513- 
SPD Smithnot out54901326- 
MG Johnsonb Tremlett012-- 
PM Siddlec Anderson b Swann4365854- 
BW Hilfenhausc Prior b Anderson711141- 
MA Beerb Tremlett2915-- 
Extras(11 b, 4 lb, 2 nb, 3 w)20
Total(all out, 343 minutes, 84.4 overs)281
Fall of wickets:
1-46 (Watson, 12.4 ov), 2-52 (Hughes, 19.2 ov), 3-117 (Usman Khawaja, 37.3 ov), 4-124 (Clarke, 43.4 ov), 5-161 (Hussey, 53.6 ov), 6-171 (Haddin, 56.3 ov), 7-171 (Johnson, 56.4 ov), 8-257 (Siddle, 78.3 ov), 9-267 (Hilfenhaus, 81.3 ov), 10-281 (Beer, 84.4 ov)
England bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Anderson18   56131-
Tremlett20.44793-2
Swann28   8751--
Bresnan18   65122-

Notes
--> Day 1 Lunch: Australia (1) 55/1 (Watson 19*; 29.3 overs)
--> Day 1 Tea: Australia (1) 111/2 (Usman Khawaja 26*, Clarke 4*; 47.5 overs)
--> Day 2 Lunch: Australia (1) 230/8 (MG Johnson 30*, BW Hilfenhaus 14*; 95 overs)
--> Day 2 Tea: England (1) 73/0 (AJ Strauss 49*, AN Cook 19*; 16 overs)
--> Day 3 Lunch: England (1) 277/5 (AN Cook 130*, IR Bell 20*; 83 overs)
--> Day 3 Tea: England (1) 378/5 (AN Cook 188*, IR Bell 62*; 113 overs)
--> Day 4 Lunch: England (1) 636/9 (Swann 33*, Tremlett 7*; 176 overs)
--> Day 4 Tea: Australia (2) 77/2 (Usman Khawaja 4*, Clarke 19*; 27 overs)
--> Australia first innings: 50 in 20.2 overs
--> Australia first innings: 100 in 41.5 overs
--> Australia first innings: 150 in 66.6 overs
--> Australia first innings: 200 in 87.4 overs
--> Australia first innings: 250 in 97.6 overs
--> England first innings: 50 in 9.6 overs
--> England first innings: 100 in 23.4 overs
--> England first innings: 150 in 39.2 overs
--> England first innings: 200 in 59.4 overs
--> England first innings: 250 in 76.4 overs
--> England first innings: 300 in 89.3 overs
--> England first innings: 350 in 103.3 overs
--> England first innings: 400 in 120.2 overs
--> England first innings: 450 in 131.3 overs
--> England first innings: 500 in 145.3 overs
--> England first innings: 550 in 160.6 overs
--> England first innings: 600 in 169.3 overs
--> Australia second innings: 50 in 13.6 overs
--> Australia second innings: 100 in 33.2 overs
--> Australia second innings: 150 in 52.2 overs
--> Australia second innings: 200 in 65.1 overs
--> Australia second innings: 250 in 76.1 overs
--> Usman Khawaja made his debut in Test matches
--> MA Beer made his debut in Test matches
--> PD Collingwood made his last appearance in Test matches
--> MG Johnson (1) 50 in 63 balls, 84 minutes with 5 fours and 1 six
--> AJ Strauss (1) 50 in 49 balls, 70 minutes with 7 fours and 1 six
--> AN Cook (1) 50 in 113 balls, 168 minutes with 4 fours
--> AN Cook (1) 100 in 202 balls, 289 minutes with 9 fours
--> AN Cook (1) 150 in 277 balls, 398 minutes with 14 fours
--> AN Cook (1) passed 1000 runs in First-Class matches for the season when he reached 167
--> AN Cook (1) passed 5000 runs in Test matches when he reached 59
--> IR Bell (1) 50 in 101 balls, 149 minutes with 6 fours
--> IR Bell (1) 100 in 209 balls, 267 minutes with 11 fours
--> MJ Prior (1) 50 in 54 balls, 100 minutes with 5 fours and 1 six
--> MJ Prior (1) 100 in 109 balls, 197 minutes with 9 fours and 1 six
--> MJ Prior (1) passed 10000 runs in First-Class matches when he reached 64
--> SPD Smith (2) 50 in 84 balls, 126 minutes with 6 fours
--> SPD Smith (2) passed 1500 runs in First-Class matches when he reached 38
--> PM Siddle (2) passed his previous highest score of 40 in First-Class matches
--> PM Siddle (2) passed his previous highest score of 40 in Test matches
--> Usman Khawaja made his debut for Australia in First-Class matches
--> MA Beer made his debut for Australia in First-Class matches

New Ball Taken: Australia 171/6 after 80.1 overs (SPD Smith 9, MG Johnson 0)
England 1st innings
New Ball Taken: England 259/5 after 80.1 overs (AN Cook 121, IR Bell 12)
Over 117.4: Review by England (Batting), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - IR Bell
New Ball Taken: England 573/7 after 165.1 overs (MJ Prior 105, TT Bresnan 31)
Over 173.1: Review by Australia (Bowling), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - GP Swann
New Ball Taken: Australia 261/8 after 80.1 overs (SPD Smith 41, BW Hilfenhaus 3)
SR Watson (17) and PJ Hughes (29) added 50 in 123 balls for the Australia 1st wicket in the first innings
SR Watson (26) and Usman Khawaja (24) added 50 in 88 balls for the Australia 2nd wicket in the first innings
MG Johnson (28) and BW Hilfenhaus (15) added 50 in 68 balls for the Australia 9th wicket in the first innings
AJ Strauss (36) and AN Cook (13) added 50 in 60 balls for the England 1st wicket in the first innings
AN Cook (22) and KP Pietersen (29) added 50 in 97 balls for the England 3rd wicket in the first innings
AN Cook (28) and IR Bell (20) added 50 in 82 balls for the England 6th wicket in the first innings
AN Cook (60) and IR Bell (39) added 100 in 160 balls for the England 6th wicket in the first innings
AN Cook (86) and IR Bell (61) added 150 in 261 balls for the England 6th wicket in the first innings
IR Bell (25) and MJ Prior (24) added 50 in 68 balls for the England 7th wicket in the first innings
IR Bell (51) and MJ Prior (49) added 100 in 133 balls for the England 7th wicket in the first innings
MJ Prior (31) and TT Bresnan (18) added 50 in 107 balls for the England 8th wicket in the first innings
MJ Prior (62) and TT Bresnan (35) added 100 in 168 balls for the England 8th wicket in the first innings
Usman Khawaja (15) and MJ Clarke (33) added 50 in 88 balls for the Australia 3rd wicket in the second innings
SPD Smith (21) and PM Siddle (24) added 50 in 88 balls for the Australia 8th wicket in the second innings

 

 

 

 

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