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Australia v England
England in Australia 2010/11 (1st Test)
VenueBrisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane on 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th November 2010 (5-day match)
Balls per over6
TossEngland won the toss and decided to bat
ResultMatch drawn
UmpiresAleem Dar (Pakistan), BR Doctrove (West Indies)
TV umpireAL Hill (New Zealand)
RefereeJJ Crowe (New Zealand)
ScorersBL FitzGerald, JI Harris
Reserve UmpirePR Reiffel
Close of play day 1Australia (1) 25/0 (Watson 9*, Katich 15*; 7 overs)
Close of play day 2Australia (1) 220/5 (Hussey 81*, Haddin 22*; 80 overs)
Close of play day 3England (2) 19/0 (Strauss 11*, Cook 6*; 15 overs)
Close of play day 4England (2) 309/1 (Cook 132*, Trott 54*; 101 overs)
Man of the MatchAN Cook
ArticlesEngland come on top in a high-scoring draw

England first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*AJ Straussc Hussey b Hilfenhaus033-- 
AN Cookc Watson b Siddle671682836- 
IJL Trottb Watson2953655- 
KP Pietersenc Ponting b Siddle4370966- 
PD Collingwoodc North b Siddle4891- 
IR Bellc Watson b Doherty761311738- 
+MJ Priorb Siddle011-- 
SCJ Broadlbw b Siddle011-- 
GP Swannlbw b Siddle109221- 
JM Andersonb Doherty1122402- 
ST Finnnot out007-- 
Extras(8 lb, 5 nb, 7 w)20
Total(all out, 354 minutes, 76.5 overs)260
Fall of wickets:
1-0 (Strauss, 0.3 ov), 2-41 (Trott, 13.6 ov), 3-117 (Pietersen, 37.3 ov), 4-125 (Collingwood, 39.5 ov), 5-197 (Cook, 65.3 ov), 6-197 (Prior, 65.4 ov), 7-197 (Broad, 65.5 ov), 8-228 (Swann, 69.2 ov), 9-254 (Bell, 76.1 ov), 10-260 (Anderson, 76.5 ov)
Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Hilfenhaus19   460122
Siddle16   354622
Johnson15   2660--
Watson12   230131
Doherty13.53412--
North1   010--

Australia first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
SR Watsonc Strauss b Anderson36761176- 
SM Katichc and b Finn501061645- 
*RT Pontingc Prior b Anderson1026331- 
MJ Clarkec Prior b Finn95081-- 
MEK Husseyc Cook b Finn195330490261 
MJ Northc Collingwood b Swann187-- 
+BJ Haddinc Collingwood b Swann136287398161 
MG Johnsonb Finn01933-- 
XJ Dohertyc Cook b Finn1630432- 
PM Siddlec Swann b Finn61181- 
BW Hilfenhausnot out11016-- 
Extras(4 b, 12 lb, 1 nb, 4 w)21
Total(all out, 699 minutes, 158.4 overs)481
Fall of wickets:
1-78 (Watson, 25.2 ov), 2-96 (Ponting, 33.2 ov), 3-100 (Katich, 36.1 ov), 4-140 (Clarke, 51.2 ov), 5-143 (North, 52.5 ov), 6-450 (Haddin, 145.3 ov), 7-458 (Hussey, 148.6 ov), 8-462 (Johnson, 152.3 ov), 9-472 (Siddle, 154.4 ov), 10-481 (Doherty, 158.4 ov)
England bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Anderson37   139921-
Broad33   772011
Swann43   51282--
Finn33.411256--
Collingwood12   14102-

England second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*AJ Straussst Haddin b North11022426115- 
AN Cooknot out23542862527- 
IJL Trottnot out13526636319- 
KP Pietersendid not bat      
PD Collingwooddid not bat      
IR Belldid not bat      
+MJ Priordid not bat      
SCJ Broaddid not bat      
GP Swanndid not bat      
JM Andersondid not bat      
ST Finndid not bat      
Extras(17 b, 4 lb, 6 nb, 10 w)37
Total(1 wicket, declared, 625 minutes, 152 overs)517
Fall of wickets:
1-188 (Strauss, 66.2 ov)
Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Hilfenhaus32   882013
Siddle24   490023
North19   3471--
Johnson27   510401-
Doherty35   51070--
Watson15   26602-

Australia second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
SR Watsonnot out41981025- 
SM Katichc Strauss b Broad41623-- 
*RT Pontingnot out51427841 
MJ Clarkedid not bat      
MEK Husseydid not bat      
MJ Northdid not bat      
+BJ Haddindid not bat      
MG Johnsondid not bat      
XJ Dohertydid not bat      
PM Siddledid not bat      
BW Hilfenhausdid not bat      
Extras(4 b, 1 lb, 1 w, 5 pen)11
Total(1 wicket, 102 minutes, 26 overs)107
Fall of wickets:
1-5 (Katich, 5.2 ov)
England bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Anderson5   2150--
Broad7   11811-
Swann8   0330--
Finn4   0250--
Pietersen2   060--

Notes
--> Day 1 Lunch: England (1) 86/2 (AN Cook 29*, KP Pietersen 23*; 26 overs)
--> Day 1 Tea: England (1) 172/4 (AN Cook 60*, IR Bell 26*; 56 overs)
--> Day 2 Lunch: Australia (1) 96/1 (SM Katich 46*, RT Ponting 10*; 33 overs)
--> Day 2 Tea: Australia (1) 168/5 (MEK Hussey 46*, BJ Haddin 9*; 60 overs)
--> Day 3 Lunch: Australia (1) 329/5 (MEK Hussey 124*, BJ Haddin 79*; 114 overs)
--> Day 3 Tea: Australia (1) 436/5 (MEK Hussey 176*, BJ Haddin 134*; 140 overs)
--> Day 4 Lunch: England (2) 135/0 (AJ Strauss 79*, AN Cook 51*; 46 overs)
--> Day 4 Tea: England (2) 238/1 (AN Cook 98*, IJL Trott 23*; 78 overs)
--> Day 5 Lunch: England (2) 439/1 (AN Cook 201*, IJL Trott 100*; 133 overs)
--> Day 5 Tea: Australia (2) 11/1 (SR Watson 0*, RT Ponting 6*; 7 overs)
--> England first innings: 50 in 15.2 overs
--> England first innings: 100 in 28.3 overs
--> England first innings: 150 in 46.5 overs
--> England first innings: 200 in 66.4 overs
--> England first innings: 250 in 75.2 overs
--> Australia first innings: 50 in 16.3 overs
--> Australia first innings: 100 in 34.4 overs
--> Australia first innings: 150 in 55.1 overs
--> Australia first innings: 200 in 73.4 overs
--> Australia first innings: 250 in 93.6 overs
--> Australia first innings: 300 in 104.1 overs
--> Australia first innings: 350 in 119.4 overs
--> Australia first innings: 400 in 132.2 overs
--> Australia first innings: 450 in 145.2 overs
--> England second innings: 50 in 24.5 overs
--> England second innings: 100 in 35.1 overs
--> England second innings: 150 in 51.2 overs
--> England second innings: 200 in 70.3 overs
--> England second innings: 250 in 80.5 overs
--> England second innings: 300 in 95.6 overs
--> England second innings: 350 in 115.3 overs
--> England second innings: 400 in 122.5 overs
--> England second innings: 450 in 138.1 overs
--> England second innings: 500 in 146.4 overs
--> Australia second innings: 50 in 15.2 overs
--> Australia second innings: 100 in 24.1 overs
--> XJ Doherty made his debut in Test matches
--> AN Cook (1) 50 in 127 balls, 206 minutes with 4 fours
--> IR Bell (1) 50 in 103 balls, 121 minutes with 5 fours
--> SR Watson (1) passed 6500 runs in first-class matches when he reached 14
--> SM Katich (1) 50 in 103 balls, 158 minutes with 5 fours
--> MEK Hussey (1) 50 in 85 balls, 112 minutes with 9 fours and 1 six
--> MEK Hussey (1) 100 in 197 balls, 277 minutes with 15 fours and 1 six
--> MEK Hussey (1) 150 in 270 balls, 407 minutes with 22 fours and 1 six
--> MEK Hussey (1) passed his previous highest score of 182 in Test matches
--> BJ Haddin (1) 50 in 134 balls, 187 minutes with 7 fours
--> BJ Haddin (1) 100 in 222 balls, 288 minutes with 11 fours and 1 six
--> AJ Strauss (2) 50 in 110 balls, 139 minutes with 8 fours
--> AJ Strauss (2) 100 in 184 balls, 216 minutes with 15 fours
--> AN Cook (2) 50 in 122 balls, 183 minutes with 4 fours
--> AN Cook (2) 100 in 204 balls, 317 minutes with 9 fours
--> AN Cook (2) 150 in 302 balls, 454 minutes with 14 fours
--> AN Cook (2) passed his previous highest score of 173 in Test matches
--> AN Cook (2) passed his previous highest score of 195 in first-class matches
--> AN Cook (2) 200 in 361 balls, 539 minutes with 23 fours
--> AN Cook (2) passed 4500 runs in Test matches when he reached 69
--> AN Cook (2) passed 10000 runs in first-class matches when he reached 14
--> IJL Trott (2) 50 in 105 balls, 130 minutes with 7 fours
--> IJL Trott (2) 100 in 213 balls, 284 minutes with 15 fours
--> RT Ponting (2) 50 in 40 balls, 73 minutes with 4 fours and 1 six
--> XJ Doherty made his debut for Australia in first-class matches
--> IJL Trott made his debut in Australia in Test matches
--> MJ Prior made his debut in Australia in Test matches
--> SCJ Broad made his debut in Australia in Test matches
--> GP Swann made his debut in Australia in Test matches
--> ST Finn made his debut in Australia in Test matches
--> PM Siddle achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Test matches when he dismissed GP Swann in the England first innings (previous best was 5-21)
--> PM Siddle achieved his best innings bowling analysis in first-class matches in the England first innings (previous best was 6-57)
--> PM Siddle completed a hat-trick in the England first innings (Cook, Prior, Broad)
--> ST Finn achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Test matches when he dismissed XJ Doherty in the Australia first innings (previous best was 5-42)

Over 3.5: Review by Australia (Bowling), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - IJL Trott
Over 47.2: Review by Australia (Bowling), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - IR Bell
Over 65.5: Review by England (Batting), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - SCJ Broad
Over 69.2: Review by England (Batting), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - GP Swann
Attendance: 35,389
Over 23.1: Review by Australia (Batting), Umpire - BR Doctrove, Batsman - SM Katich
Over 25.1: Review by England (Bowling), Umpire - BR Doctrove, Batsman - SR Watson
Over 38.3: Review by England (Bowling), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - MJ Clarke
Attendance: 34,045
New Ball Taken: Australia 220/5 after 80.1 overs (MEK Hussey 81, BJ Haddin 22)
Over 82.6: Review by Australia (Batting), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - MEK Hussey
Over 0.1: Review by Australia (Bowling), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - AJ Strauss
Attendance: 34,615
New Ball Taken: England 248/1 after 80.1 overs (AN Cook 103, IJL Trott 27)
Over 90.6: Review by Australia (Bowling), Umpire - Aleem Dar, Batsman - IJL Trott
Attendance: 21,677
AN Cook (24) and KP Pietersen (23) added 50 in 77 balls for the England 3rd wicket in the first innings
AN Cook (17) and IR Bell (28) added 50 in 102 balls for the England 5th wicket in the first innings
SR Watson (21) and SM Katich (27) added 50 in 100 balls for the Australia 1st wicket in the first innings
MEK Hussey (33) and BJ Haddin (15) added 50 in 105 balls for the Australia 6th wicket in the first innings
MEK Hussey (57) and BJ Haddin (30) added 100 in 241 balls for the Australia 6th wicket in the first innings
MEK Hussey (73) and BJ Haddin (62) added 150 in 299 balls for the Australia 6th wicket in the first innings
MEK Hussey (98) and BJ Haddin (89) added 200 in 399 balls for the Australia 6th wicket in the first innings
MEK Hussey (120) and BJ Haddin (115) added 250 in 469 balls for the Australia 6th wicket in the first innings
MEK Hussey (152) and BJ Haddin (135) added 300 in 540 balls for the Australia 6th wicket in the first innings
AJ Strauss (23) and AN Cook (24) added 50 in 151 balls for the England 1st wicket in the second innings
AJ Strauss (57) and AN Cook (39) added 100 in 213 balls for the England 1st wicket in the second innings
AJ Strauss (90) and AN Cook (55) added 150 in 310 balls for the England 1st wicket in the second innings
AN Cook (26) and IJL Trott (23) added 50 in 66 balls for the England 2nd wicket in the second innings
AN Cook (49) and IJL Trott (44) added 100 in 165 balls for the England 2nd wicket in the second innings
AN Cook (78) and IJL Trott (66) added 150 in 271 balls for the England 2nd wicket in the second innings
AN Cook (104) and IJL Trott (83) added 200 in 333 balls for the England 2nd wicket in the second innings
AN Cook (129) and IJL Trott (100) added 250 in 403 balls for the England 2nd wicket in the second innings
AN Cook (152) and IJL Trott (121) added 300 in 479 balls for the England 2nd wicket in the second innings
SR Watson (22) and RT Ponting (27) added 50 in 66 balls for the Australia 2nd wicket in the second innings
SR Watson (40) and RT Ponting (50) added 100 in 117 balls for the Australia 2nd wicket in the second innings

 

 

 

 

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