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Australia vs England - 5th ODI

Series: England tour of Australia, 2018
Venue: Perth Stadium, Perth
Date: 28 January 2018

Australia 247/10 (48.2 Ovs) CRR: 5.11 | England won by 12 runs

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So it's an aggregate of 5-4, not quite the 5-4 the Barmy Army were looking for, but it's great to see them being rewarded for their show of loyalty throughout the summer. England clearly the better ODI outfit, and to hear Morgan say that they're winning while learning, that's quite an intimidating statement from this bunch. There's a first of a kind tri-nation T20I series to follow this one, beginning in February. Should be exciting. That's it for now. I've been Sagar Chawla, you can find me @SagarChawla90. On behalf of Hariprasad (@iamharry_88), Nikhil Jadhav (@IamNicck) and our scorer Sreenivas, it's a goodbye!

Morgan, winning captain: Really special. Actually thought we played particularly poorly for a lot of the game. When we got on top, we did our best to make inroads. The fight and character in the side was there in the series. Suppose when the ball started to reverse. Feedback we got from practice games was that the ball chews up along the sides. Tried to get that going as early as possible. To see Curran bowl a spell like that, for such a young guy, it's a great sign. To be honest we're spoilt for choice at the moment. Guys are fighting for positions left, right and centre. We're trying to make the most out of this bunch. To win while we're learning is pretty special. Huge thank you to the supporters, they've been absolutely magnificent. Lot of our inspiration has come from them. Been very special for us in that regard.

Smith, losing captain: We thought we pulled it back pretty well. Didn't start as well as we would have liked today. Been a trend in the series. Again we lost wickets in clumps. Can't be doing that. He bowled pretty well on this wicket, bowled his changeups (Tye). But the batting wasn't good enough. These collapses are happening way too often. The crowd was spectacular. Pitch played pretty well, lightning outfield. Unfortunately haven't been able to contribute as much as I'd have liked to in this ODI series. Thoroughly outplayed by a quality England team.

Root, MoS: Thoroughly enjoyed these one-day games. Shows the character within the group as well as the talent. We've been together for a while now, same set of guys. You get a fairly good idea of your role in the side. Been great. We knew on this wicket, it was important to keep taking wickets. We weren't probably at our best especially on the field. Important to come back strong for New Zealand.

Curran, MoM: Watching the boys play, the one-day cricket we've been playing has been a pleasure to watch. There's a great feeling around this one-day side. Great bunch of boys. To come play the first ODI in this unbelievable stadium in front of the Barmy Army, just unbelievable. Very special.

The Barmy Army rejoice in their tunes before they're greeted by the England players who are ever so grateful for their support. Tom Curran is there somewhere, lost amid the England players after putting in a performance to remember. What a spell of fierce reverse-swing bowling it was to turn the game England's way. Stoinis and Maxwell appeared to have it covered for Australia at 189/4. But it was a full toss which opened things up, getting rid of Stoinis for 87. It set the stage for the Tom Curran show as the hosts lost their last 6 wickets for 58. Let's hear from the man of the moment.

19:22 Local Time, 11:22 GMT, 16:52 IST: My word, what a thriller we've had to kick things off at this modern marvel of a stadium in Perth. Alex Hales, where is he? He's probably the most relieved person on the field right now after he dropped Paine early on. Should never have come down to this. But aren't we grateful that it did?

48.2
0
Tom Curran to Paine, out Bowled!! Tom Curran and his reverse-swing are triumphant. He looks to the heavens, raises his arms and melts into the embrace of Root. Goodness me, what a finish to the game. This is the one-on-one it boiled down to. Paine v Curran. And Curran slips it right through the gate with a ferocious inswinger for a five-for. England win. Paine b Tom Curran 34(44) [4s-2 6s-1]

Tom Curran to Paine, THAT'S OUT!! Bowled!!

48.1
0
Tom Curran to Paine, no run, pinpoint accuracy with the yorker on off, Paine squeezes it through the covers. Denies the single

Morgan has one over of Curran left. One precious over. He'll back him to do the job. It's his reverse-swing versus Paine's bravado. Ring the bell.

47.6
1
J Ball to Paine, 1 run, big cheer as Paine retains strike. He pulls this slower bouncer to fine leg. Ball is done
47.5
0
J Ball to Paine, no run, refuses the single again as he pulls the slower short ball to the deep
47.4
6
J Ball to Paine, SIX, oh my days! You beauty, Tim Paine. Walks across his stumps and scoops this 60 metres over fine leg. It absolutely trampolined off the middle, couldn't have got it any better. The crowd right behind him now
47.3
4
J Ball to Paine, FOUR, runs away off the toe-edge to the third man boundary. He made enough room against this slower bouncer, flung his bat for a forehand smash but wouldn't mind the outcome
47.2
0
J Ball to Paine, no run, well bowled, extremely well bowled. He followed Paine as he forayed down the leg-side, shackling him for room. Couldn't find any leverage on the inside-out loft and is beaten
47.1
0
J Ball to Paine, no run, refuses the single, evoking huge gasps from the crowd. He would be disappointed at having pulled this slower ball straight to deep square leg
46.6
0
Tom Curran to Hazlewood, no run, slower ball well wide of off, left alone. He's turned the game again. But Paine at least has a chance now in the next over
46.5
0
Tom Curran to Hazlewood, no run, watch out. Paine charges for a single but Hazlewood sends him back. Safe. Another back of a length delivery outside off, Hazlewood managed to get bat onto it this time which probably excited Paine too much. Cover-point is quickly onto it
46.4
0
Tom Curran to Hazlewood, no run, almost the edge. Hazlewood pokes at a delivery which is tailing away late from round the wicket. Curran is too good right now. His deliveries are too brisk, too slippery

Josh Hazlewood, left handed bat, comes to the crease

46.3
0
Tom Curran to Zampa, out Bowled!! Curran does it. He summons the big inswinger, getting it right through Zampa to pummel into middle stump. He's been absolutely sensational today. Stunned silence at the venue, or maybe Curran's roar is drowning it all. Zampa b Tom Curran 11(17) [4s-1]

Tom Curran to Zampa, THAT'S OUT!! Bowled!!

Walks down to have a word with Zampa. Watch out for those toe-crushers.

46.2
1
Tom Curran to Paine, 1 run, slower back of a length delivery outside off, dabbed to third man
46.1
0
Tom Curran to Paine, no run, slower leg-cutter, grips appreciably from a length. He seemed to have strayed too much on leg-stump but the cutter's purchase compensated for it. Paine checks it back down the pitch

Tom Curran [8.0-0-34-3] is back into the attack

What a finish this is turning out to be. 25 off 24 now, with two wickets left. Anybody's game

45.6
0
J Ball to Zampa, no run, back of a length delivery on off, Zampa is right behind it in defence
45.5
1
J Ball to Paine, 1 run, back of a length delivery on leg, tucked wide of mid-wicket
45.4
4
J Ball to Paine, FOUR, oh this has sat up perfectly for Paine. Not sure of this from Ball. It's reverse-swinging quite evidently but he's bowling slower short of length deliveries. This one drifts on leg-stump and Paine smashes it between fine leg and long leg
45.3
1
J Ball to Zampa, 1 run, forehand swat down to long-on. He was rushed by this short of length delivery outside off, but went through with it
45.2
0
J Ball to Zampa, no run, good length ball tailing in on off, Zampa's front leg is well out of the way in order to account for the late swing back in. He punches it nicely to cover
45.1
1
J Ball to Paine, 1 run, slower short ball, slaps the pull to deep square leg

Ball is back

44.6
0
Willey to Zampa, no run, pitched right up outside off, squeezed out to cover-point
44.5
0
Willey to Zampa, no run, given leg-before. Umm, looked a bit leg-sidish on first view. There's a huge cheer from the crowd as they think there's bat, but it's only bat hitting pad. It's pitching outside leg. So now the crowd can cheer. The inswing from over the wicket, and the ball crashing into pad with Zampa playing across the line. You can see why the umpire gave it. But it was marginally wide of leg on the mat

Mid-on, mid-off up

44.4
1
Willey to Paine, 1 run, nudges it off the hips wide of short mid-wicket
44.3
0
Willey to Paine, no run, back of a length delivery on off, happy to defend still

Root vigorously rotating his right-arm. He could be the one called upon for the job

44.2
0
Willey to Paine, no run, good length ball on off, defended to short mid-wicket
44.1
0
Willey to Paine, no run, good length ball curving away from off from round the wicket, Paine defends to cover

Oooh, this is getting tight for England. They should have had it in the bag by now, but a couple of slip-ups in the field have got Australia right back. Well hang on a minute, Ball has just slumped to the ground. He's feeling sick by the looks of it. The physio is there looking after him, offering the necessary refreshments to overcome this heat. He's going off now, with two overs still in his quota. England would hope that they get rid of Paine quickly.

43.6
1
J Ball to Paine, 1 run, back of a length delivery on middle, an off-cutter this, Paine tucks it round the corner
43.5
1
J Ball to Zampa, 1 run, full ball outside off, chipped through the covers
43.4
4
J Ball to Zampa, FOUR, oh dear, Ali has run right past this at third man. England bringing Australia right back with their sloppiness. Full pitched ball outside off, Zampa slashes it off a thick edge to the right of third man where Ali doesn't account for the back-spin. Have to do better at this level
43.3
1
J Ball to Paine, 1 run, back of a length delivery outside off, dabbed wide of backward point
43.2
1
J Ball to Zampa, 1 run, slower short ball outside off, 117kph, Zampa drags it through mid-wicket. Ball giving the impression he's carrying a niggle. Something's not quite right
43.1
0
J Ball to Zampa, no run, back of a length delivery outside off, punched firmly to cover

Jake Ball [7.0-0-32-0] is back into the attack

42.6
0
Willey to Paine, no run, good length ball at the stumps, Paine defends back down the pitch
42.5
1
Willey to Zampa, 1 run, tails away after being angled in at off, Zampa slices it through point. Buttler not happy with the one-bounce throw from the deep. England have got this ball just about perfect, don't want to spoil it
42.4
0
Willey to Zampa, no run, big inswinger from round the wicket, nearly in the blockhole on off. Zampa digs it out
42.3
1
Willey to Paine, 1 run, squared up by the late outswinger from round the wicket, gets a thick edge to third man
42.2
2
Willey to Paine, 2 runs, pitched up outside off, curving away late. Paine opens his bat face to cope with the swing and slices it through backward point. Well done
42.1
0
Willey to Paine, no run, yorker length delivery outside off, squeezed to cover

David Willey [7.0-1-32-0] is back into the attack

41.6
1
Moeen Ali to Paine, 1 run, and down to Hales again. Big sarcastic cheer. Short ball from Ali, Paine flat-bats it hard to long-on
41.5
1
Moeen Ali to Zampa, 1 run, gets some stick from the crowd, does Hales, as he fields this one at long-on
41.4
1
Moeen Ali to Paine, 1 run, dropped! Fairly comfortable chance at long-on, especially after how well he moved forward to get there. But it bursts right through Hales's palms. He had the chance to kill the game off right here off Paine's miscue, but not to be
41.3
2
Moeen Ali to Paine, 2 runs, pretty hard cut from Paine, smashing it through backward point. Bairstow is very swift in the outfield though, covers ground in a jiffy and dives to stop
41.2
0
Moeen Ali to Paine, no run, tucked wide of short mid-wicket, brief mix-up before Zampa is sent back. Dives back into the crease
41.1
0
Moeen Ali to Paine, no run, makes room and cuts it off middle stump to backward point
40.6
1
Tom Curran to Paine, 1 run, pitched right up outside off, pushed to mid-off
40.5
1
Tom Curran to Zampa, 1 run, brisk short ball over the shoulder height, Zampa manages to get the pull away to fine leg
40.4
0
Tom Curran to Zampa, no run, bending back in from a back of length, hits Zampa on the thigh pad
40.3
0
Tom Curran to Zampa, no run, back of a length delivery just outside off, dabbed to point
40.2
1
Tom Curran to Paine, 1 run, full ball outside off, pushed through the covers
40.1
0
Tom Curran to Paine, no run, this old ball is hooping around corners for Curran. Paine tries countering it by advancing, but is met with a back of length ball which rips in and smashes him on the thigh pad
39.6
1
Moeen Ali to Paine, 1 run, deep into the crease to tuck it away for a single
39.5
2
Moeen Ali to Paine, 2 runs, fired in on a length on off, Paine paddles it fine enough to get back for two
39.4
0
Moeen Ali to Paine, no run, turned to short mid-wicket
39.3
1
Moeen Ali to Zampa, 1 run, pats it away through point

Adam Zampa, right handed bat, comes to the crease

39.2
0
Moeen Ali to Andrew Tye, out Caught by Eoin Morgan!! Straight off the leading edge to cover. Morgan can't have it any easier. The ball was pushed through on a back of length, it skidded on outside off which worked against what Tye was planning as he eyed the mid-wicket region. It's falling apart rather quickly for Australia. Andrew Tye c Eoin Morgan b Moeen Ali 8(11) [4s-1]

Moeen Ali to Andrew Tye, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

39.1
1
Moeen Ali to Paine, leg byes, 1 run, tries reverse-paddling it with the back of his bat, misses. The keeper fumbles as well
38.6
2
Tom Curran to Andrew Tye, leg byes, 2 runs, tails in late, smashing into Tye's back leg. But it's going down leg this time. The deflection takes it wide of fine leg, they come back for two
38.5
0
Tom Curran to Andrew Tye, no run, woosh, just past the edge! Skiddy back of length delivery, shapes away just a wee bit and rushes past Tye's flat-footed defence
38.4
2
Tom Curran to Andrew Tye, 2 runs, brilliant effort from Bairstow, but he fails to hold onto the catch. Maybe he misjudged it initially which left him needing to dive forward. It was spooned right off the toe-end over square leg as Tye was deceived by the slower ball. Excellent bowling
38.3
0
Tom Curran to Andrew Tye, no run, short ball outside off, Tye probably wasn't expecting that length. He arches back late, tries to slash it away but misses
38.2
0
Tom Curran to Andrew Tye, no run, drives handsomely, the timing not quite that handsome as he gets it off the inside-half to mid-on
38.1
0
Tom Curran to Andrew Tye, no run, 110kph, wobbly slower ball on a length on off, Tye defends
37.6
0
Moeen Ali to Paine, no run, played back down the pitch
37.5
0
Moeen Ali to Paine, no run, snakes in sharply with Paine backing away to cut. Gets too far cramped to get any timing, skews it to backward point
37.4
0
Moeen Ali to Paine, no run, tucked to short mid-wicket again
37.3
0
Moeen Ali to Paine, no run, pushed through on a back of length on off, tucked to short mid-wicket
37.2
1
Moeen Ali to Andrew Tye, 1 run, driven off the back foot to long-on
37.1
0
Moeen Ali to Andrew Tye, no run, flat and turning in on off, blocked off the back foot

Moeen Ali [7.0-0-45-2] is back into the attack

36.6
0
Tom Curran to Paine, no run, curls this one away from the right hander, Paine leaves
36.5
1
Tom Curran to Andrew Tye, 1 run, short and wide, slapped to sweeper cover
36.4
4
Tom Curran to Andrew Tye, FOUR, woah! Andrew Tye with a stunning on-drive first ball. Lined up the inswinger and smeared it wide of mid-on. The confidence from a five-for quite telling

Andrew Tye, right handed bat, comes to the crease

36.3
0
Tom Curran to Starc, out Caught by Buttler!! Curran has turned it around for England with some fantastic reverse-swing bowling. He's absolutely pumped. Leaps in the air and pumps his fists while letting out a big roar. What a jaffa this was! Tailed away late, opened Starc up completely to find the edge. Good catch from Buttler too, diving to his left. Australia in trouble. Starc c Buttler b Tom Curran 0(2)

Tom Curran to Starc, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

36.2
0
Tom Curran to Starc, no run, full toss on middle and leg, Curran charging in now. It's been bunted to mid-on

Mitchell Starc, left handed bat, comes to the crease

36.1
0
Tom Curran to Maxwell, out Lbw!! Big reverse-swinger from Curran to pin Maxwell on the back leg. What a massive moment in the game this is as England review. Why wasn't it given in the first place? It's crashing into the top of leg. Watch the tables turn with Australia now going six down. The ball bent back in so sharply and so late, Maxwell with not the smartest of hoicks, and it comfortably sneaks onto the back leg. That was out as out can be. Maxwell lbw b Tom Curran 34(39) [4s-3 6s-1]

Tom Curran to Maxwell, THAT'S OUT!! Lbw!!

36.1
1
Tom Curran to Maxwell, wide, back of a length delivery down leg, rightly called wide

Tom Curran [5.0-0-23-1] is back into the attack

35.6
0
Adil Rashid to Paine, no run, defended on the back foot
35.5
0
Adil Rashid to Paine, no run, length ball on middle and leg, not much turn on the leg-break, Paine defends
35.4
1
Adil Rashid to Maxwell, 1 run, shortish googly on leg, he's gone for a cheeky little paddle and the ball pops straight off the toe-edge behind square. Maxwell smiles in relief
35.3
0
Adil Rashid to Maxwell, no run, overpitched outside off, creamed to cover
35.2
1
Adil Rashid to Paine, 1 run, floats up the googly, driven back down the pitch and past a diving Rashid
35.1
0
Adil Rashid to Paine, no run, doesn't pick the googly, the ball turns in sharply and hits the pad. Too much turn though, no chance of being lbw
34.6
0
Willey to Maxwell, no run, low full toss on off, squeezed out to short cover
34.5
0
Willey to Maxwell, no run, short of length delivery angled in on middle and off, fended back
34.4
0
Willey to Maxwell, no run, speared in from round the wicket, hits Maxwell on the pad as he falls over while looking to flick
34.3
0
Willey to Maxwell, no run, back of a length delivery on off, blocked
34.2
0
Willey to Maxwell, no run, turned to short mid-wicket with the angle
34.1
0
Willey to Maxwell, no run, slanted in full on leg, Maxwell is beaten for pace on the flick and is struck on the pad. Would have gone down leg

Tim Paine, right handed bat, comes to the crease

33.6
0
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, out Caught by Tom Curran!! Lucky break for England. Massive break for England. Stoinis is caught off a full toss. The ball was probably dipping on him after he stepped out, which is why he got it more towards the toe-end. Curran runs forward from long-on and plunges low for a superb catch. Stoinis falls for 87, that dreaded Australian curse. Stoinis c Tom Curran b Adil Rashid 87(99) [4s-6 6s-4]

Adil Rashid to Stoinis, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

33.5
1
Adil Rashid to Maxwell, 1 run, pushes the googly through on middle and leg, clipped through square leg
33.4
4
Adil Rashid to Maxwell, FOUR, now this might have been another googly, it doesn't matter. Maxwell has swatted this reverse-sweep away over backward point. Sublime wrists to produce that kind of power
33.3
0
Adil Rashid to Maxwell, no run, 81.8kph, googly off the back of the hand, skids on from a length outside off. Maxwell pokes it to point
33.2
0
Adil Rashid to Maxwell, no run, defends it with the turn to point
33.1
1
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, fetches the ball from outside off and sweeps to deep square leg

Drinks are on the field now!

32.6
1
Willey to Stoinis, 1 run, 50-run stand up for the fifth wicket! Full length delivery outside off, Stoinis drives it down to long-off for a single
32.5
0
Willey to Stoinis, no run, length delivery outside off, taps it in front of point and calls for a single. 'No', says Maxwell as the fielder at point gathers it
32.4
2
Willey to Stoinis, 2 runs, on a length outside off, chips it cut away to square third man. Moves to 85* with that brace
32.3
1
Willey to Maxwell, 1 run, full length delivery tailing into Maxwell, does well to get his bat down in time and punch it to long-on
32.2
1
Willey to Stoinis, 1 run, sharp swinging delivery but outside off, Stoinis squeezes his square drive to covers
32.1
0
Willey to Stoinis, no run, full length delivery angled into the batsman who flicks it to short mid-wicket
31.6
0
Adil Rashid to Maxwell, no run, safely negotiates the last delivery of the over. Australia cantering along in the run chase
31.5
0
Adil Rashid to Maxwell, no run, whips it to the fielder at short mid-wicket
31.4
1
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, drags it down to wide long-on for a single
31.3
0
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, no run, flighted delivery has been driven back to the bowler
31.2
6
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, SIX, chipped! Pure timing on that one. Gets hold of the flighted delivery and times his chip to beat the man at long-off
31.1
0
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, no run, attempts a drive, gets it off the toe-end

Adil Rashid [7.0-0-40-0] is back into the attack

30.6
1
Willey to Stoinis, 1 run, guides away the length delivery to third man
30.5
0
Willey to Stoinis, no run, yorker delivery on middle and leg, Stoinis digs it out nicely
30.4
0
Willey to Stoinis, no run, offers a straight bat to a full length delivery and drives it back to Willey
30.4
1
Willey to Stoinis, wide, down the leg side from round the wicket, Stoinis tries to flick that away, misses by a margin
30.3
0
Willey to Stoinis, no run, back of a length on off, blocks it off his back foot
30.2
1
Willey to Maxwell, 1 run, short delivery on the thigh pad, stabs it to deep square leg and takes a single. Stoinis wanted a second too, but decided against it on seeing the fielder from the deep charging to gather the ball
30.1
0
Willey to Maxwell, no run, comes from round the wicket and fires a length delivery on middle, Maxwell does well to shield it back to the bowler

David Willey is back on. Can he break this stand? These two are running away with the game, else...

29.6
1
Moeen Ali to Maxwell, 1 run, fired on the pads, all Maxwell does is waits for it and works it away. It's a single at deep square leg
29.5
2
Moeen Ali to Maxwell, 2 runs, short delivery outside off, goes back and slices his cut to deep point. England bowlers finding difficult to restrict these two
29.4
1
Moeen Ali to Stoinis, 1 run, doing it easily now. This one has been knocked down to long-on by Stoinis
29.3
1
Moeen Ali to Maxwell, 1 run, square cuts the floated delivery to point
29.2
1
Moeen Ali to Stoinis, 1 run, gets into position early and reverse sweeps. Rashid at short third man anticipates it well and keeps them down to a run
29.1
1
Moeen Ali to Maxwell, 1 run, flighted delivery on middle and leg, tickles it away to deep mid-wicket

Australia need 99 more from hereon. 21 overs and 6 wickets to go! Hosts are clearly the favorites to win this, unless England get a couple of wickets

28.6
1
J Ball to Maxwell, 1 run, short delivery on middle and leg, pulls it away to deep square leg for a single
28.5
1
J Ball to Stoinis, 1 run, rides the bounce and taps it near the slip region. Till the time keeper can reach to gather the ball, the batsmen cross over
28.4
1
J Ball to Maxwell, 1 run, crunches the length delivery to sweeper cover for a run
28.3
4
J Ball to Maxwell, FOUR, cheeky! Slow and short delivery on off, Maxwell waits for it and guides it over the keeper's head. Executes his shot to perfection. Might have been a wide, had he left that alone
28.2
0
J Ball to Maxwell, no run, comes from wide off the crease and bangs it short on off, Maxwell is on his toes as he shields it
28.1
0
J Ball to Maxwell, no run, quick delivery aimed at the batsman, beats his flick and strikes him on the thigh pad
27.6
1
Moeen Ali to Maxwell, 1 run, sensibly tucks the last delivery to fine leg for a single
27.5
6
Moeen Ali to Maxwell, SIX, smoked it! Picks the bones out of the tossed up delivery and sends it sailing over the long-off fence for half a dozen. Maxwell in such form, danger signs for England
27.4
2
Moeen Ali to Maxwell, 2 runs, challenges the fielder and manages to steal the second. Knocks it in front of him at deep mid-wicket and sprints to complete too
27.3
0
Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, flighted delivery on off, driven back to the bowler by Maxi
27.2
1
Moeen Ali to Stoinis, 1 run, flighted delivery around middle and leg, turned away to the leg-side
27.1
0
Moeen Ali to Stoinis, no run, flatted on middle, punches it back to Moeen
26.6
1
J Ball to Stoinis, 1 run, rises in his crease and plays a wristy flick to get a single at square leg
26.5
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, back of a length around off, punched back to the bowler
26.4
1
J Ball to Maxwell, 1 run, length delivery outside off, has been punched to the same fielder at deep covers. Huge cheer from the crowd as Ali stops it this time around
26.3
0
J Ball to Maxwell, no run, on a length around middle and leg, nurdled to the on-side
26.2
4
J Ball to Maxwell, FOUR, sloppy work in the outfield. In his quest to save the second, Moeen Ali gives away a boundary instead. Full and outside off, Maxwell drives it towards deep cover, where Ali comes charging in, tries to gather it with his right hand but fails to stop it altogether. Criminal!
26.1
0
J Ball to Maxwell, no run, reaches for the full length delivery and drives it to covers
25.6
0
Moeen Ali to Stoinis, no run, turns the flighted delivery away to the on-side
25.5
0
Moeen Ali to Stoinis, no run, this one has been negotiated into the off-side
25.4
2
Moeen Ali to Stoinis, 2 runs, premeditated reverse sweep! Got into position early and reverse swept it to short third man. A slight fumble by Rashid at 45 resulted in the second
25.3
1
Moeen Ali to Maxwell, 1 run, slashes his drive to a flighted delivery bowled outside off. Easy single taken as the ball rolls down to sweeper cover
25.2
0
Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, this one has been punched back to Moeen
25.1
0
Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, flatter on middle and leg, tucked to mid-wicket

Australia require 125 more off the remaining 25 overs. Need to score them just at 5 an over

24.6
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, blocks the shortish delivery to the off-side, says 'no' to the run
24.5
2
J Ball to Stoinis, 2 runs, hacks the short delivery down to wide long-on for a couple of runs. Was in the air for a while, but safe
24.4
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, drives the full length delivery firmly, but straight to the fielder at mid-off
24.3
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, short and quick outside off, goes for a square-cut, gets beaten though
24.2
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, angled on a length around off, gets forward and punches it to the off-side
24.1
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, Stoinis has played the length delivery to the off-side

Jake Ball [4.0-0-17-0] is back into the attack

23.6
0
Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, quicker delivery around off, Maxwell gets forward, ends up getting an inside edge on to his pads as he tries to fend it

Glenn Maxwell, right handed bat, comes to the crease

23.5
0
Moeen Ali to Mitchell Marsh, out Caught&Bowled!! What a catch! Even Moeen Ali can't believe that he has taken it. Straighter delivery on off and Marsh absolutely hammers it straight back. The spinner in his follow-through extends his right hand out and that sticks in. Yes! Rashid took a similar catch in the previous match and Ali takes it this time around. Mitchell Marsh can't believe his luck too. Mitchell Marsh c and b Moeen Ali 13(11) [4s-2]

Moeen Ali to Mitchell Marsh, THAT'S OUT!! Caught&Bowled!!

23.4
2
Moeen Ali to Mitchell Marsh, 2 runs, well placed. Short delivery outside off, goes back and chops it down to deep point. Comes back for the second as the ball crawls away
23.3
0
Moeen Ali to Mitchell Marsh, no run, flatter on middle and leg, goes back and punches it firmly to mid-on
23.2
0
Moeen Ali to Mitchell Marsh, no run, pushed through on off, blocks it off his front foot
23.1
4
Moeen Ali to Mitchell Marsh, FOUR, first boundary for Marsh! Slices the loopy delivery and finds the gap at point. No fielder in the deep and four easy runs for the batsman
22.6
0
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, no run, wrong 'un, picks it up nicely and drives it back to Rashid
22.5
1
Adil Rashid to Mitchell Marsh, 1 run, goes forward and square drives it into the gap at cover-point
22.4
1
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, works it away to the on-side off his back foot
22.3
1
Adil Rashid to Mitchell Marsh, 1 run, short and wide outside off, punched to the man in the deep at covers
22.2
4
Adil Rashid to Mitchell Marsh, FOUR, drilled! Takes on the spinner and whacks it past the bowler. Down the ground and bisects long-on and long-off. No chance to stop that
22.1
0
Adil Rashid to Mitchell Marsh, no run, smashes that hard but finds the fielder at covers. Loopy delivery around off, wasn't put away as one would like it to be
21.6
1
Moeen Ali to Mitchell Marsh, 1 run, goes deep inside his crease to punch it away to sweeper cover
21.5
0
Moeen Ali to Mitchell Marsh, no run, Marsh blocks the first delivery he faces

Mitchell Marsh, right handed bat, comes to the crease

21.4
0
Moeen Ali to Smith, out Stumped!! "Steve Smith fails again", says Mark Nicholas. Comes down the wicket to play it, but gets beaten due to the straighter one. Has no chance to get back as he's way down the pitch and Buttler has all the time in the world to take off the bails. Can't get any more easier for the keeper. Smith st Buttler b Moeen Ali 12(23)

Moeen Ali to Smith, THAT'S OUT!! Stumped!!

21.3
1
Moeen Ali to Stoinis, 1 run, gets forward and drives the loopy delivery past the diving fielder at covers
21.2
1
Moeen Ali to Smith, 1 run, punched down to long-on for a single again
21.1
0
Moeen Ali to Smith, no run, flighted delivery on middle and leg, turned away to short mid-wicket
20.6
0
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, no run, this one has been played to short mid-wicket by Stoinis
20.5
0
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, no run, flatter outside off, tries to cut it off his back foot, mistimes it
20.4
6
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, SIX, downtown! Pushed through on middle and off, stands his ground and wallops it right over the bowler's head. Straight as an arrow and clears the fence
20.3
4
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, FOUR, rocks back and crunches it away! Too short and wide outside off, Stoinis goes back and times his square-cut through the gap at point. Got in position early and hammered it
20.2
0
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, no run, shortish delivery around off, has been punched back to the bowler
20.1
1
Adil Rashid to Smith, 1 run, moves away and times his drive down to long-off
19.6
1
Moeen Ali to Smith, 1 run, flatter on middle and leg, nurdled away to deep mid-wicket
19.5
1
Moeen Ali to Stoinis, 1 run, another single down to the same fielder at long-on. Doing it in singles at the moment and rotating the strike nicely, are these two
19.4
1
Moeen Ali to Smith, 1 run, charges down the wicket and drives it down to long-on for a single
19.3
0
Moeen Ali to Smith, no run, short and flat on off, pulls it hard but to the fielder at short mid-wicket
19.2
0
Moeen Ali to Smith, no run, mistimes his drive to the fielder at covers
19.1
1
Moeen Ali to Stoinis, 1 run, flighted delivery on middle has been eased down to long-on by Stoinis

Moeen Ali [1.0-0-12-0] is back into the attack

18.6
0
Adil Rashid to Smith, no run, drives the loopy delivery with power but finds the fielder, fails to pierce the gap
18.5
1
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, punched firmly down to long-off by Stoinis
18.4
1
Adil Rashid to Smith, 1 run, knocks the tossed up delivery down to long-on, does the Aussie skipper
18.3
1
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, gets his fifty... finally! Goes down on his knee and sweeps it away to square leg and achieves his third fifty of the series. Getting promoted up the order hasn't made any changes to his approach. He was playing aggressively earlier in the series, doing the same here to
18.2
1
Adil Rashid to Smith, 1 run, tossed up delivery around off, driven down to long-off by Smith for a run
18.1
0
Adil Rashid to Smith, no run, flighted delivery outside off, driven firmly to covers by Smith
17.6
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, Stoinis is struggling to get that one run. Has used up way too many deliveries just for that single. Coming back to delivery, it was banged short outside off and Stoinis played it to point
17.5
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, this one is played late off his back foot but fielder from gully charges ahead and gathers it
17.4
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, banged short again around the off-stump channel, blocks it off his back foot
17.4
1
J Ball to Stoinis, wide, banged short and outside off, Stoinis lets it through the keeper as the umpire gestures wide
17.3
1
J Ball to Smith, 1 run, short of a length and outside off, guides it away to third man for a run
17.2
1
J Ball to Stoinis, 1 run, steers it down to third man for a single. A length delivery, bowled well outside off
17.1
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, length delivery around off, Stoinis defends
16.6
0
Adil Rashid to Smith, no run, tossed up delivery outside off, Smith angles it away to the off-side
16.5
1
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, short and flat outside off, played to the fielder at backward point for a single
16.4
1
Adil Rashid to Smith, 1 run, strides forward and drives it away to wide long-off
16.3
1
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, straying on leg, tucks it away to the on-side for a run
16.2
0
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, no run, flighted delivery on middle and leg, blocks it off his back foot

Hang on... there's a streaker on the field! He's running all over the place... The groud security have taken him off the field. KP finds that funny and we can listen to his giggle on air. That streaker is going to be in trouble, reckons Slater. Funny scenes, all around! Anyways, let's get back to cricket

16.1
3
Adil Rashid to Smith, 3 runs, good tag-team in the deep! Comes down the wicket and flicks the low full-toss through mid-wicket. Bairstow is the man who stops the ball with a slide at the fence and parries it to Willey.

Time for a drink!

15.6
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, very full and outside off, Stoinis gets on the front foot and defends it well
15.5
1
J Ball to Smith, 1 run, shortish and outside off, cut away through backward point to get the captain off the mark
15.4
0
J Ball to Smith, no run, angling in from a good length around off, gets on the back foot and defends it down the track
15.3
1
J Ball to Stoinis, 1 run, shortish length outside off, Stoinis gets back to cut but chops it towards backward point
15.2
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, angling in from a fuller length, Stoinis gets on the front foot and defends it towards Ball
15.1
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, back of a length around off, gets back and defends it towards point
14.6
0
Adil Rashid to Smith, no run, too full this time and Smith stays in the crease to force the drive to cover
14.5
0
Adil Rashid to Smith, no run, leg break that turns a tad from outside off, Smith adjusts and bunts it to cover
14.4
0
Adil Rashid to Smith, no run, very full and around middle, leans across and defends it towards the leg-side
14.3
0
Adil Rashid to Smith, no run, another mix up! Stoinis was sent back and he put in a dive to get back. The googly from Rashid and it trickles off the inside edge towards the leg-side. Stoinis wanted a run there but it certainly wasn't on
14.2
0
Adil Rashid to Smith, no run, a near scare for Smith! He has had his struggles against Rashid this series and this was a lovely leg break that turned away sharply. He was into the push but got beaten. Buttler whipped off the bails in a flash and they sent it upstairs but the Aussie skipper had his back foot grounded

Huge appeal for stumping. Sharp work from Buttler and it's being referred upstairs. Fair delivery and Smith's back foot was firmly grounded. Should be not out

14.1
1
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, flatter and shorter outside off, forced off the back foot down towards long-on

Steven Smith, right handed bat, comes to the crease

13.6
0
J Ball to Stoinis, out Head Run Out!! Excellent fielding! England needed a spark of inspiration and it's their captain who provides it. Head has to depart. This was tapped towards cover by Stoinis and they decided to go for the single after a stutter. Morgan was very alert and raced to pick up the ball before firing a direct hit at the keeper's end. Did look tricky to the naked eye and replays confirmed that the bat was just about on the line which isn't enough. Is this the opening England wanted? They would like to believe so. Head run out (Eoin Morgan) 22(30) [4s-2]

J Ball to Stoinis, THAT'S OUT!! Run Out!!

13.5
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, another play and a miss! Short and wide, this time Stoinis goes hard with a slash but cannot connect once more
13.4
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, short of a length outside off, a lazy waft from Stoinis and is lucky not to nick it
13.3
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, angling in from around off, gets across a bit and blocks it down the track
13.2
6
J Ball to Stoinis, SIX, sliced all the way! Tremendous power on display once again from Stoinis. Sees the length short and flashes really hard at it. Goes off the slice and very fine over the third man fence. Cleared the ropes comfortably and hence the fielder wouldn't have mattered anyway
13.1
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, on a good length outside off, sits back and stabs it towards cover
12.6
1
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, flatter and on leg stump, gets across on the back foot and shovels this to deep mid-wicket
12.5
0
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, no run, very full and around off, Stoinis' drive goes off the inner half to mid-wicket
12.4
0
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, no run, shimmies down the track but isn't quite to the pitch. Adjusts with a tuck to mid-wicket
12.3
0
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, no run, slower and fuller around middle, defended with a closed bat face to mid-wicket
12.2
1
Adil Rashid to Head, 1 run, floaty leg break on the pads, worked away with the turn down towards wide long-on
12.1
0
Adil Rashid to Head, no run, dragged shorter outside off, Head stays back for the pull but mistimes it back to Rashid
11.6
1
J Ball to Head, 1 run, banged in short this time, Head swivels to pull it away towards deep mid-wicket. Didn't quite time it that well as he tried to hit it very hard
11.5
4
J Ball to Head, FOUR, deft touch! Short of a length outside off, Head opens the bat face late. This did go off the outer half but was certainly intentional as well. Very fine down to the third man fence. 50-run stand is up. Australia cruising at the moment
11.4
0
J Ball to Head, no run, nearly dragged on! Short of a length and Head goes hard on the pull but only manages a thick bottom edge that just goes past leg stump. Buttler reacted well to gets across and stop it, saved a certain boundary
11.3
0
J Ball to Head, no run, back of a length outside off, comes in with the angle a bit and cramps Head who is beaten on the cut
11.2
1
J Ball to Stoinis, 1 run, shorter length outside off, dabbed softly towards the man at point. Late to take off is Stoinis but they get the single easily
11.1
0
J Ball to Stoinis, no run, very full outside off, Stoinis hammered the straight drive but mid-off did well to get across

Jake Ball, right-arm medium, comes into the attack

10.6
3
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 3 runs, pierces the gap at cover once more. Drifting in from outside off, Stoinis slaps it all his might and has got the placement right as well. They'll come back for three
10.5
1
Adil Rashid to Head, 1 run, floated up outside off, Head reaches out and strokes it down to long-off
10.4
1
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, very full and outside off, driven down the ground towards long-off
10.3
0
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, no run, slow leg break that turns a touch, Stoinis watchfully lets it through
10.2
4
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, FOUR, puts this away! Floated fuller outside off, Stoinis leans into the drive and nails it wide of the man at cover. Good shot
10.1
0
Adil Rashid to Stoinis, no run, loosener from Rashid, a drag down but Stoinis cannot middle the pull. Straight to mid-wicket

Adil Rashid, right-arm leg break, comes into the attack

Good first Powerplay for the Aussies. They have started on the right note, despite losing Warner early. Stoinis looks in terrific touch. England need wickets to stay in this or else it could get over in a hurry

9.6
2
Tom Curran to Head, 2 runs, full and angling in on the pads, Head gets across and clips it sweetly towards long leg. Bairstow from deep square leg gets around to tidy up
9.5
1
Tom Curran to Stoinis, 1 run, short of a length this time and Stoinis swivels to pull it hard. Straight to deep square leg
9.4
0
Tom Curran to Stoinis, no run, skids through from a shorter length and Stoinis wanted to pull but only got a bottom edge onto the pads. Trickles to the right of first slip
9.3
0
Tom Curran to Stoinis, no run, full and outside off, Stoinis is on the move and defends solidly to mid-off
9.2
0
Tom Curran to Stoinis, no run, back of a length outside off, Stoinis flashes hard at it but misses

That six from Stoinis measured 119 meters! Wow!

9.1
1
Tom Curran to Head, 1 run, very full and on the pads, gets across and whips it away in front of square through the leg-side
8.6
6
Moeen Ali to Stoinis, SIX, he's sent this deep into the crowd! Blimey, what a strike! Stoinis is looking really deadly here. Shimmies down the track on seeing the flight and launches it effortlessly over long-on. Meaty blow! The promotion is certainly working for Australia, he's creating momentum upfront in this chase
8.5
0
Moeen Ali to Stoinis, no run, very full and wide outside off, reaches out to this one and defends well
8.4
0
Moeen Ali to Stoinis, no run, premeditates the sweep a touch this time by going well across the stumps and is late on the stroke, wears it on the pads
8.3
4
Moeen Ali to Stoinis, FOUR, swept away! He plays this shot well and has executed it nicely here too. Gets down on one knee to this off break and cracks it. Well wide of short fine leg and it races away
8.2
0
Moeen Ali to Stoinis, no run, very full and around middle, leans across and defends it well
8.1
2
Moeen Ali to Stoinis, 2 runs, very full and outside off, Stoinis drives with hard hands and squirts this off the outside edge. Beats short third man, it's Ball there who eventually chases it down. Could have taken three but laziness from Head means they end with a brace

Moeen Ali, right-arm off break, comes into the attack

7.6
0
Tom Curran to Head, no run, direct hit and Head was a goner! Curran did well to get across to his left in his followthrough and swooped in on the ball quickly. Just couldn't hit the stumps though at the keeper's end. Head worked this softly towards the short mid-wicket region and charged down the track, never a run there and it was too late for him to get back. Survives
7.5
1
Tom Curran to Stoinis, 1 run, quite full and around middle, jams the drive towards mid-on and they take a quick single
7.4
4
Tom Curran to Stoinis, FOUR, clubbed away! Slower ball perhaps and Stoinis reads it early, swings through the line to clear mid-on with ease. Clean strike. He's certainly enjoying this batting promotion with the field up
7.3
0
Tom Curran to Stoinis, no run, slightly uppish but falls safe. Fuller ball, Stoinis probably got into the drive early and then decided to check his shot
7.2
1
Tom Curran to Head, 1 run, pitched up outside off, Head drives to cover where Bairstow does well to stop it. Cannot gather cleanly though and that allows the single
7.1
0
Tom Curran to Head, no run, Head has been timing them well but also picking the fielders. Fuller ball and he drives well, straight to mid-off
6.6
4
Willey to Stoinis, FOUR, this has been bludgeoned! Willey probably got his fingertips to this and it has stung. Definitely would because Stoinis hits them hard and he has absolutely belted this one. Overpitched delivery, drilled hard straight back past the bowler and away to the fence
6.5
0
Willey to Stoinis, no run, short of a length outside off, Stoinis goes for the front foot pull but drags it to mid-wicket off the inner half
6.4
2
Willey to Stoinis, 2 runs, Stoinis strays onto the pads this time and Stoinis flicks it away behind square. They'll get an easy two
6.3
1
Willey to Head, 1 run, angling in around middle and leg, shuffles across a bit and works it through square leg
6.2
0
Willey to Head, no run, good work by Bairstow this time, fine stop at cover. Pitched up by Willey and Head has timed the drive splendidly but for no runs
6.1
2
Willey to Head, 2 runs, good work by Roy at backward point to get a hand on this because this was struck really hard by Head. Found some width and crashed the cut with all his might. Roy's effort ensured that the stroke lost its sting as it raced to the deep
5.6
0
Tom Curran to Stoinis, no run, fractionally short and Stoinis goes for the pull but hits it straight to mid-wicket
5.5
0
Tom Curran to Stoinis, no run, on a good length and just outside off, reaches out and taps it towards cover
5.4
4
Tom Curran to Stoinis, FOUR, wristy whip! Too full and straying on leg stump, Stoinis gets across a touch and powers this through square leg. Nicely struck
5.3
0
Tom Curran to Stoinis, no run, full and attacking the stumps, Stoinis gets on the front foot and defends with a straight bat
5.2
0
Tom Curran to Stoinis, no run, shortish length around off, Stoinis sits back and defends it to the off-side
5.1
0
Tom Curran to Stoinis, no run, back of a length ball outside off, stays back and punches it to cover
4.6
0
Willey to Head, no run, full and outside off, leans into it and defends well towards cover
4.5
0
Willey to Head, no run, another full ball outside off, once again Head drives well but it's straight to mid-off
4.4
0
Willey to Head, no run, pitched right up this time outside off, Head's drive finds the man at mid-off
4.3
0
Willey to Head, no run, full and just outside off stump, doesn't quite time the drive does Head. Straight to mid-on
4.2
2
Willey to Head, 2 runs, more of the same! Willey gets this too straight once more from a good length and Head merrily picks him through backward square leg with a clip
4.1
2
Willey to Head, 2 runs, very full and angling in on middle and leg, Head gets across and clips it away behind square leg. A brace taken
3.6
0
Tom Curran to Stoinis, no run, fullish and tempting Stoinis to go for the drive, he doesn't oblige. Left alone
3.5
0
Tom Curran to Stoinis, no run, keeps it around that fourth stump channel, another leave from Stoinis
3.4
0
Tom Curran to Stoinis, no run, on a good length outside off, no shot offered to this by Stoinis
3.3
0
Tom Curran to Stoinis, no run, slight excitement for caught behind but that came off the pad. Full and slipping down leg, Stoinis wanted to flick, couldn't connect and there was a noise as it flew through to Buttler

Marcus Stoinis, right handed bat, comes to the crease

3.2
0
Tom Curran to Warner, out Bowled!! Got him! What a riposte from Curran! A searing yorker and he's got it bang on target, probably surprised Warner who was late to react. By the time he could get his bat down, it's rattled the woodwork. Just the start England would have wanted. The dangerous Warner has to walk back. A poor ODI series for him. Warner b Tom Curran 15(11) [4s-2]

Tom Curran to Warner, THAT'S OUT!! Bowled!!

3.1
4
Tom Curran to Warner, FOUR, this has been struck with disdain! A trademark Warner stroke, saw the length short and was quick to latch onto it. Rocks back and thumps the pull wide of mid-on
2.6
0
Willey to Head, no run, flashed hard but Roy at backward point makes a good stop. This was short and there was a bit of width as well, Head lost his shape on the cut stroke
2.5
0
Willey to Head, no run, slanting in from around off, hangs back and defends it solidly down the track
2.4
0
Willey to Head, no run, attacks the off pole and angles this length ball in around off, defended firmly towards mid-wicket
2.3
1
Willey to Warner, 1 run, a bit too straight this time from a length, clipped behind square leg for a run
2.2
0
Willey to Warner, no run, leading edge that doesn't carry! Squares Warner up completely this this one that straightens after the inward angle. Just short of cover
2.1
4
Willey to Warner, FOUR, clears the infield! Not exactly in control is Warner here, gets on the front foot to chip this down the ground. Just gets enough on it to get it comfortably over mid-off
1.6
0
Tom Curran to Head, no run, full and outside off, reaches out and drives it towards mid-off
1.5
0
Tom Curran to Head, no run, on a good length around off, stays back and blocks it with a straight bat
1.4
0
Tom Curran to Head, no run, Bairstow drops a dolly at first slip! Don't usually see him there and the lack of experience evident here. Probably didn't go as quickly as he expected and also got distracted by Buttler crossing across. No excuses though for putting this down. Short of a length ball that seamed away a bit, Head flashed hard but could only get an edge. Very lucky!
1.3
4
Tom Curran to Head, leg byes, FOUR, poor line and it races away. Not off the bat but runs nevertheless. Curran gets the line of this inswinger wrong and goes down leg, deflects off Head's thigh pad and beats a diving Buttler to the fence
1.2
3
Tom Curran to Warner, 3 runs, threads the gap at cover this time. Not all that full but Warner gets a nice stride forward to ease it. Timed well and the long boundaries here ensured an easy three
1.1
2
Tom Curran to Warner, 2 runs, the inswinger but too full from Curran, Warner holds his shape and tucks it wide of mid-on who chases it down eventually

Tom Curran, right-arm fast, comes into the attack

0.6
4
Willey to Head, FOUR, that's been thumped! Shot of a man in top form. He was superb the other day and seems to be in the mood today as well. A fraction too full from Willey and Head smacks the drive wide of mid-off. Races away
0.5
0
Willey to Head, no run, nice fullish outswinger from outside off, slightly wide and Head lets it through
0.4
1
Willey to Warner, 1 run, shortens the length a bit outside off stump, nudged deftly behind point and they get a single
0.3
0
Willey to Warner, no run, good bowling! Willey is getting just a hint of movement and this initial phase could be testing for Australia. This nips in a fraction from a good length, left alone
0.2
0
Willey to Warner, no run, on a good length outside off stump, Warner camps back and defends towards point
0.1
0
Willey to Warner, no run, fourth stump line and seams away a tad, no shot offered by Warner
0.1
1
Willey to Warner, wide, extravagant movement on this outswinger but it's sprayed well wide outside off. Still, it's encouragement for Willey to begin with

Warner and Head are at the crease. Warner is on strike. Willey will open the attack