England vs Australia 3rd Test Day 4 Highlights – July 09, 2023

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Match Details:

SeriesThe Ashes, 2023
MatchENG vs AUS, 3rd Test
When Jul 06 – Jul 10, 2023
Time10:00 AM (GMT)
WhereHeadingley, Leeds
TossEngland won the toss and opt to bowl
ResultEngland won by 3 wickets

Teams Squad

England Playing XI: Zak Crawley, Ben Duckett, Harry Brook, Joe Root, Jonny Bairstow (wk), Ben Stokes (c), Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood, Ollie Robinson, Stuart Broad

  • Bench: Josh Tongue, James Anderson, Daniel Lawrence, Matthew Potts, Rehan Ahmed

Australia Playing XI: David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Travis Head, Mitchell Marsh, Alex Carey (wk), Pat Cummins (c), Mitchell Starc, Todd Murphy, Scott Boland

  • Bench: Josh Hazlewood, Marcus Harris, Matt Renshaw, Josh Inglis, Cameron Green

Some Interesting Facts

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England vs Australia 3rd Test Day 4 Highlights – Match Flow

  • Over 9.1: Review by England (Batting), Decision Challenged – Wicket, Umpire – HDPK Dharmasena, Batter – BM Duckett (Struck down)
  • England: 50 runs in 11.1 overs (67 balls), Extras 1
  • Drinks: England – 81/2 in 18.0 overs (Z Crawley 40, JE Root 7)
  • England: 100 runs in 22.1 overs (135 balls), Extras 9
  • England: 150 runs in 31.2 overs (191 balls), Extras 13
  • Lunch: England – 153/4 in 32.0 overs (HC Brook 40, BA Stokes 7)
  • HC Brook: 50 off 67 balls (6 x 4)
  • England: 200 runs in 41.1 overs (251 balls), Extras 18
  • Drinks: England – 214/6 in 45.0 overs (HC Brook 64, CR Woakes 21)
  • 7th Wicket: 50 runs in 62 balls (HC Brook 23, CR Woakes 22, Ex 5)
  • England: 250 runs in 49.5 overs (304 balls), Extras 20

The English were up in arms following the Bairstow stumping . The media of both countries were pointing fingers at each other. England was required to create an inverse and they’ve. They’ve shuffled their team somewhat and achieved the result. Bazball was not on the show as too much, however they did score their runs quite quickly in the last innings. Baz as well as Ben are a duo that enjoys the confidence of their opponents. Australia are given close to nine days to tie all loose ends before starting another game. The jamboree is now moving to Manchester. Test cricket is definitely in good hands when it comes to Tests like these. We’ll try to market the sport in a more effective and more grand way in Manchester. In the meantime make a note of your schedules and get the most out of your tasks. This is Kumar Abhisekh Das and Vinod We’re done! We were having a blast presenting this and I’m sure you too enjoyed watching this roller-coaster ride.

Ben Stokes | England captain: Another one of those down-to-the-wire game. It was nice to cross the mark and keep our hope alive. We won the toss and could have bowled or batted. The wicket looked good. I was impressed by the manner in which Mitch Marsh batted. Then he came in and started taking the game to. The outfield was fast side. We brought Woody along with Woakesy back and they were successful. We chose teams and then look at how they affect us in the game. We look to determine what they can do to be influential on the field. I didn’t realize the fact that Woakes hasn’t played Tests for a long time, he is Mr. Consistent. Being able to have someone like him, batting at 8 years old is helpful to us. We hope he will be able to do the same thing when he plays next. (on Mark Wood] Having someone who can bowl at 95 mph is incredible. On the other hand it is an individualist. It’s all about the clarity. 24 balls off 8 was an enormous swing during the game. Sometimes it doesn’t happen however it gives players a better chance of be successful. I often think of Mo who always wants to be a part of the team. He visited Brendon last night and stated that he was looking to go up against them and take a shot at the no. 3. Me and Baz simply go in the direction of the current. Excellent for both teams. The game to come is important. Everyone wants to see great cricket. This break of nine days will do the bodies to do good. We’re thrilled to be here and take part in the game for England. (on The Headingley fans] Absolutely stunning. It’s a great experience. Western Terrace will always be awe-inspiring. It is a place that will bring back memories can be cherished forever. we enjoy playing here.

Pat Cummins | Australian captain: There were times when the game changed every day. Six wickets were lost and 20 odd on the first day. Every session has been towards one team’s side. It is possible to continue. 250 was a good number in bowling. But it wasn’t enough at the final. I believed Warner was brilliant at Lord’s. It’s a good thing that Warner has a problem with Mitch. He’s had an ankle operation playing red-ball cricket. It’s not a bad idea to take some time off to refresh our batteries. We’ll be eager to Manchester.

Mark Wood | Player of the Match: We are thrilled to be here to be The Man of the Match. The guys will inform you that there are sweaty palms. Was hard against some of the top bowlers in the world. This is the first time that I’ve had England to the finish line with the bat and I’m thrilled. If I try to bat more than 9 I’ll be prone to the nose bleeding, so not more than 9. I was in a good rhythm. I tried to run as hard as I could. Stokesy advised me to try and bowl as quick as I can. There are still a few things to improve to prepare for the game next week. I was satisfied with my score of 24 out of 8 scores. It’s going to be tough to beat the next one. The support wherever we go is fantastic however, it’s always better when you’re in the north isn’t it? Will look to see if I can you can get up, but I’ll take every step to be prepared.

Then on the 5th day, England must adhere to the techniques they’ve practiced for the past few years, and were able to cross the mark with three wickets in the bag. A savage style of cricket requires some luck and they did get the green smudge at times.

Warner was unable to catch his ball in the early stages to Broad 17 times Warner was bowled out by his foe. Marnus was a gruelling bowl before losing to Mo Ali. Smith hit a wild shot to knock out Ali too. Khawaja dropped for 43, and Australia looked at the barrel. The third day of the tournament saw rain claiming the crown in the initial two session. However, the final session in cloudy conditions was suitable for England. Woakes, Wood and Broad made up the three ruins, and Australia was able to secure a lead of 250. It was possible due to a counter-attack by Head. The 77 runs he scored occurred at a time his team needed him most.

England lost three wickets before stumps on day one after transferring their momentum Australia. Day 2 was a day of England losing wickets in crucial points and they were reduced to 142-7. Then Stokes was in control and went for the ball. He smashed some massive sixes on Murphy who, in the end dismissed him for 80. England had a tiny lead of just 26. Australia is now in leading position, but they struggled.

England is ecstatic to have finally had a chance to pass on the baton of momentum. This game swung around almost every session up to the present. England took on Australia under a cloudy, overcast weather and saw them play four-down during the opening session. The Bairstow’stumping of the earlier game, England looked good. However, Marsh who was playing in place of Green upset the applecart when the striker smashed a massive ton with a strike-rate of close to 100. England was on the back on the offensive in the middle of the session on the first day. However, Marsh was a victim as did the other players like a stack of cards. Wood welcomed his return with the fifer. His speedy pace was a challenge for the Aussies in an actual deck with bounce.


Australia 1st Innings 

David Warner c Crawley b Broad4531080.00
Usman Khawaja b Wood1337602035.13
Marnus Labuschagne c Root b Woakes2158844036.20
Steven Smith c †Bairstow b Broad2231521170.96
Travis Head c Root b Woakes39741535052.70
Mitchell Marsh c Crawley b Woakes118118120174100.00
Alex Carey †c Woakes b Wood816321050.00
Mitchell Starc b Wood21070020.00
Pat Cummins (c)lbw b Wood022000.00
Todd Murphy b Wood13122130108.33
Scott Boland not out0410000.00
Extras(b 10, lb 10, nb 3)23
TOTAL60.4 Ov (RR: 4.33)263
Fall of wickets: 1-4 (David Warner, 0.5 ov), 2-42 (Usman Khawaja, 12.6 ov), 3-61 (Marnus Labuschagne, 19.3 ov), 4-85 (Steven Smith, 24.2 ov), 5-240 (Mitchell Marsh, 52.1 ov), 6-245 (Travis Head, 54.3 ov), 7-249 (Mitchell Starc, 56.3 ov), 8-249 (Pat Cummins, 56.5 ov), 9-254 (Alex Carey, 58.2 ov), 10-263 (Todd Murphy, 60.4 ov) • DRS
Stuart Broad11.405824.9701
Ollie Robinson11.223803.3502
Mark Wood11.443452.9100
Chris Woakes1717334.2900
Moeen Ali914004.4400

England 1st Innings 

Zak Crawley c Warner b Marsh3339653084.61
Ben Duckett c †Carey b Cummins26150033.33
Harry Brook c Smith b Cummins31190027.27
Joe Root c Warner b Cummins1945662042.22
Jonny Bairstow †c Smith b Starc1237512032.43
Ben Stokes (c)c Smith b Murphy801081666574.07
Moeen Ali c Smith b Cummins2146692045.65
Chris Woakes c †Carey b Starc10101601100.00
Mark Wood c Marsh b Cummins248813300.00
Stuart Broad c Smith b Cummins78211087.50
Ollie Robinson not out56221083.33
Extras(b 4, lb 3, nb 9, w 5)21
TOTAL52.3 Ov (RR: 4.51)237
Fall of wickets: 1-18 (Ben Duckett, 3.2 ov), 2-22 (Harry Brook, 5.2 ov), 3-65 (Zak Crawley, 13.3 ov), 4-68 (Joe Root, 19.2 ov), 5-87 (Jonny Bairstow, 24.3 ov), 6-131 (Moeen Ali, 39.4 ov), 7-142 (Chris Woakes, 42.1 ov), 8-167 (Mark Wood, 43.4 ov), 9-199 (Stuart Broad, 47.4 ov), 10-237 (Ben Stokes, 52.3 ov) • DRS
Mitchell Starc1435924.2101
Pat Cummins1819165.0513
Scott Boland1003503.5003
Mitchell Marsh31913.0002
Todd Murphy7.303614.8000

Australia 2nd Innings 

Usman Khawaja c †Bairstow b Woakes43961593044.79
David Warner c Crawley b Broad15130020.00
Marnus Labuschagne c Brook b Ali33771025042.85
Steven Smith c Duckett b Ali29130022.22
Travis Head c Duckett b Broad771122017368.75
Mitchell Marsh c †Bairstow b Woakes2852655053.84
Alex Carey †b Woakes514201035.71
Mitchell Starc c Brook b Wood1619252084.21
Pat Cummins (c)c †Bairstow b Wood18110012.50
Todd Murphy lbw b Broad11103720110.00
Scott Boland not out0111000.00
Extras(b 5, lb 2)7
TOTAL67.1 Ov (RR: 3.33)224
Fall of wickets: 1-11 (David Warner, 2.2 ov), 2-68 (Marnus Labuschagne, 25.2 ov), 3-72 (Steven Smith, 27.4 ov), 4-90 (Usman Khawaja, 34.5 ov), 5-131 (Mitchell Marsh, 49.5 ov), 6-139 (Alex Carey, 53.5 ov), 7-168 (Mitchell Starc, 58.4 ov), 8-170 (Pat Cummins, 60.2 ov), 9-211 (Todd Murphy, 65.5 ov), 10-224 (Travis Head, 67.1 ov) • DRS
Stuart Broad14.134533.1700
Chris Woakes1806833.7700
Mark Wood1726623.8800
Joe Root10404.0000
Moeen Ali1733422.0000

England 2nd Innings (T: 251 runs)

Zak Crawley c †Carey b Marsh44551005080.00
Ben Duckett lbw b Starc2331463074.19
Moeen Ali b Starc515220033.33
Joe Root c †Carey b Cummins2133723063.63
Harry Brook c Cummins b Starc75931399080.64
Ben Stokes (c)c †Carey b Starc1315252086.66
Jonny Bairstow †b Starc5891062.50
Chris Woakes not out3247754068.08
Mark Wood not out1681411200.00
Extras(b 7, lb 7, nb 5, w 1)20
TOTAL50 Ov (RR: 5.08)254/7
Did not bat: Ollie Robinson, Stuart Broad 
Fall of wickets: 1-42 (Ben Duckett, 9.1 ov), 2-60 (Moeen Ali, 13.5 ov), 3-93 (Zak Crawley, 19.3 ov), 4-131 (Joe Root, 28.5 ov), 5-161 (Ben Stokes, 33.5 ov), 6-171 (Jonny Bairstow, 35.5 ov), 7-230 (Harry Brook, 47.4 ov) • DRS
Pat Cummins1507715.1301
Mitchell Starc1607854.8710
Scott Boland1114904.4502
Mitchell Marsh602313.8301
Todd Murphy201306.5001

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