England vs Australia 1st Test at Nottingham, 10 Jul, 2013

Toss: England, who chose to bat
England won by 14 runs
W
England, who chose to bat
Australia 296/10 in 110.5 Overs
Current Run rate: 2.67

England 215/10 (59) & 375/10 (149.5)

Australia 280/10 (64.5) & 296/10 (110.5)

Player of the Match: JM Anderson
Batsman
Runs
Balls
4's
6's
S/R
Mat
Runs
HS
Avg
25
57
2
1
43.86
12
331
42
30.09
Bowler
Overs
Maidens
Runs
Wkts
Econ
Mat
Wkts
BBI
Avg
31.5
10
73
5
2.29
87
329
7/43
30.11
44
10
105
2
2.39
57
248
6/65
28.55
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Current Partnership: 158 runs, 31.1 overs, RR: 5.07 (Ashton Agar, PJ Hughes )
Last Wicket: BJ Haddin 71(147)

Over 111.0   Australia 296/10

BJ Haddin 71/147 JM Anderson 31.5-10-77-5
JL Pattinson 25/57

110.5
W
Over 110.5 JM Anderson bowls a good length delivery to BJ Haddin, CAUGHT BEHIND, Haddin drives at that on the up and seems to have been beaten by the late away swing. There is an appeal for a caught behind from England which is turned down. Desperate England seek a review. The ball went past the inside edge not sure whether it took it or not. There was a sound though and Umpire Aleem Dar lifts his finger! Controversy again! Whatever, it is, England win this 1st Ashes Test by 14 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the 5-match Series.
110.4
0
Over 110.4 JM Anderson bowls a short and rising delivery to BJ Haddin, no runs, moves back and defends it to point.
110.3
0
Over 110.3 JM Anderson bowls a short and rising delivery to BJ Haddin, no runs, dabs it to cover point and decides against stealing a single.
110.2
0
Over 110.2 JM Anderson bowls a pitched up delivery to BJ Haddin, no runs, drives the slower one to the diving covers.
110.1
0
Over 110.1 JM Anderson bowls a good length delivery to BJ Haddin, no runs, gets forward and defends the low ball to mid off.
End of Over 110 (5 runs)   Australia 300/9

BJ Haddin 71/142 GP Swann 44-10-105-2
JL Pattinson 29/57

109.6
1
Over 109.6 GP Swann bowls a flighted delivery to BJ Haddin, 1 run, gets forward and drives it to long on for one
109.5
0
Over 109.5 GP Swann bowls it flat in the air to BJ Haddin, no runs, goes back and defends it to point.
109.4
0
Over 109.4 GP Swann bowls it flat in the air to BJ Haddin, no runs, gets forward and drives it to the bowler.
109.3
0
Over 109.3 GP Swann bowls it flat in the air to BJ Haddin, no runs, gets forward and pads up around off.
109.2
3
Over 109.2 GP Swann bowls it flat in the air to JL Pattinson, 3 runs, inside edges a cover drive to fine leg and gets three runs. Just 16 more to win now!!
109.1
1
Over 109.1 GP Swann bowls it flat in the air to BJ Haddin, 1 run, drives it to long on for one
End of Over 109 (4 runs)   Australia 295/9

JL Pattinson 26/56 JM Anderson 31-10-77-4
BJ Haddin 69/137

108.6
0
Over 108.6 JM Anderson bowls a good length delivery to JL Pattinson, no runs, gets forward and defends it to covers
108.5
0
Over 108.5 JM Anderson bowls a short and rising delivery to JL Pattinson, no runs, goes back and tucks it to mid wicket.
108.4
0
Over 108.4 JM Anderson bowls it short of length to JL Pattinson, no runs, goes back and defends it to mid off.
108.3
0
Over 108.3 JM Anderson bowls it short of length to JL Pattinson, no runs, goes back and pushes it to mid on
108.2
0
Over 108.2 JM Anderson bowls it short of length to JL Pattinson, no runs, goes back and inside edges his defence to the onside.
108.1
4
Over 108.1 JM Anderson bowls a good length delivery to JL Pattinson, no runs, gets forward and leaves it outside off.
End of Over 108   Australia 291/9

BJ Haddin 69/137 GP Swann 43-10-100-2
JL Pattinson 22/50

107.6
0
Over 107.6 GP Swann bowls a flighted delivery to BJ Haddin, no runs, gets forward and works it to mid wicket. And that is Lunch on the final day with the match very much in the balance with England needing one wicket and Australia needing 20 more runs for a win.