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The Ashes, 5th Test: England 124/6 at Tea, trail Australia by 179 runs on Day 2 – Hobart News

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Resuming the second session from 34/2, England misplaced the wickets of Dawid Malan (25), Joe Root (34), Ben Stokes (4) and Ollie Pope (14) and added 90 runs earlier than going for Tea within the day-evening Test.

England had misplaced their openers — Rory Burns (0) and Zak Crawley (18) — within the quick interval of batting earlier than the Dinner break however they’d the profitable pair of Root and Malan to get wade them out of hassle. They started effectively and Malan was handed a reprieve when he edged a ball from Cameron Green that went unspotted by the fielding facet.

Soon, the boundaries additionally started flowing as Root picked up a pair off Boland whereas Malan hit a pair off Green. With runs flowing simply, Australian skipper Cummins was pressured to deliver Starc and himself into the assault.

The left-arm pacer went for 13 in his over however Cummins ended the 49-run stand by strangling Malan down the legside. After Malan’s departure, Cummins removed his counterpart with a pointy nip-backer that caught Root on the again-foot and pinged him on the knee-roll for a simple LBW determination.

England slid additional when Ben Stokes performed a Starc supply in direction of backward level the place Nathan Lyon took a shocking catch, leaving the guests struggling at 85/5.

Boland then returned to the assault and received Ollie Pope nicking to the wicket-keeper. The pacer would have had Chris Woakes too however the England all-rounder was reprieved twice within the slip cordon, as soon as by David Warner and one other time by Usman Khawaja.

In the tip, Woakes and debutant Sam Billings remained not out until Tea and had a mountain to climb within the ultimate session.

Earlier, resuming the day at 241/6, Australia added 62 extra within the morning session, getting bowled out for 303 of their first innings. Nathan Lyon performed a helpful cameo of 31 runs, permitting Australia’s ultimate 4 wickets so as to add 62 runs.

Brief scores: Australia 303 (Travis Head 101, Cameron Green 74; Stuart Broad 3/59, Mark Wood 3/155) vs England 124/6 (Joe Root 34; Pat Cummins 3/32). England trail by 179 runs.

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