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England vs Australia 5th Test Day 4 Live Score, Ashes 2019: Jack Leach Sends Marnus Labuschagne Packing, Australia 3 Down –,

England vs Australia 5th Test Day 4 Live Score, Ashes 2019: Jack Leach Sends Marnus Labuschagne Packing, Australia 3 Down –,



England vs Australia 5th Test Day 4 Live Score, Ashes 2019: Australia Need 331 More Runs To Win At Lunch

England vs Australia Live cricket Score: Stuart Broad rattled Marcus Harris’ off stump.© AFP




Chasing 399 runs to win, Australia got off to a poor start as Stuart Broad dismissed both Marcus Harris and David Warner cheaply. Harris was the first one to depart as Broad sent his off-stump rolling in the air when he was on 9. Warner got into the double-digits for the second time in this series but couldn’t capitalize on the start and got out on 11 by edging one straight to the third slip. Warner became Broad’s victim for the seventh time in the series. The biggest wicket for the visitors was the departure of Marnus Labuschagne, their most consistent batsman after Smith, as he failed to recover his crease in time and wicket-keeper Jonny Bairstow clipped the bails in a flash, handing Australia a huge blow. At lunch Australia were 68 / 3, 331 runs behind the target. Smith was unbeaten on 18 and Matthew Wade was batting on 10. Earlier, Australia bowlers restricted England’s innings for 329 runs. (Live Scorecard)


Ashes 5th Test Day 4 Match, Live Score Updates Between England vs Australia, Straight From Kennington Oval, London.

  • Lunch @ Day … Australia need 331 more runs to win!

    Chasing 399 runs to win, Australia scored 68 runs and lost three wickets in the session after they bowled England out for 329 runs earlier in the session. They still need 331 more runs to win and their talisman Steve Smith is unbeaten on 18.

    – (@cricketcomau) (September) , 2019

  • Wade moves into double digits!

    Matthew Wade times his drive sweetly through covers and comes back for three runs. With that he takes his tally to 10.

  • Curran bowls his third maiden!

    Sam Curran continues to trouble the batsman with his line and lengths and bowls his third maiden over.

  • Labuschagne departs for 14!

    Jack Leach gets the big wicket of Marnus Labuschagne as he fails to recover his crease in time and Jonny Bairstow does an excellent job behind the wicket and clips the bails in a flash. Labuschagne leaned forward to play a defensive shot but got beaten by the flighter trajectory and failed to recover his crease in time. He departed cheaply for 14.

  • Curran continues good work!

    In the four over Sam Curran has bowled so far, he has bowled two maidens and giv en only seven runs.

  • Smith plays a rash shot!

    Steve Smith dances out on the very first ball of the over , aiming to play a lofted shot, bat turns in his hand and ball falls short of long-on fielder. There was no need of such a risky shot.

  • Curran bowls consecutive maiden!

    Sam Curran once again bowls six dot balls on the trot. Marnus Labuschagne played each of those with utmost caution.

  • Leach concedes just

    Jack Leach uses his variations to trouble the batsman in his first over. He concedes just two runs in the over.

  • Root brings Leach!

    After attacking with pace from both ends, Joe Root has decided to hand the ball to his only specialist spinner in his line-up Jack Leach.

  • Swing and a miss!

    Sam Curran bowls wide of off, Marnus Labuschagne throws his bat at the ball and misses the line completely. Curran finishes the over without conceding a run.

  • Four

    Stuart Broad bowls down leg and Steve Smith flicks it off his pads very fine to collects four runs.

  • Four! Full and dispatched!

    Sam Curran bowls full, expecting it to do something, Steve Smith was too good for that as he covered the line and timed his drive through mid-on to perfection.

  • First bowling change!

    Joe Root brings Sam Curran as the first change bowler in the 10 th over of the innings.

  • Four!

    Steve Smith gets off the mark with a glorious boundary through extra-cover. Archer pitched it tad too full which allowed Smith to drive it comfortably off the frontfoot.

  • Four legbyes!

    Jofra Archer errs in his line, Steve Smith tries to glance it off his pads but fails, ball kisses his thigh pad and races away to the fine leg fence.

  • Broad dismisses Warne r again!

    Stuart Broad once again fires in a delivery angling in to David Warner from round the wicket leaving him with no choice but to play the line. He tries that and ball takes a thick outside edge and goes straight to third slip fielder where Burns takes a good catch. Warner departs for 11.

    – England Cricket (@englandcricket) (September) , 2019

  • Four!

    Marnus Labuschagne drives Stuart Broad’s full length delivery off the front foot, ball beats the mid-off fielder and races away to the fence.

  • Four … Warner moves into double figure!

    Jofra Archer generates an outside edge from David Warner but luckily for him the ball went just away from the gully fielder and also gave him four runs.

  • Broad strikes … Harris departs!

    Stuart Broad gets the ball to nip away late from left-handed Marcus Harris. Harris opted for a forward defense but missed the line completely and lost his wicket as the ball rattled his off stump. He goes for 9.

    – England Cricket (@englandcricket) (September) , 2019

  • Four!

    Marcus Harris flicks Stuart Broad’s full length ball through mid-on for four.

  • Four!

    Jofra Archer gives room outside off stump which allows David Warner to free his arms. He does exactly that and beats the gap through extracover.

  • (Four!)

    Marcus Harris ends Stuart Broad’s over with a fine boundary straight down the ground. The ball was overpitched which allowed Harris to drive it with a straight bat.

  • Broad beats Harris’ outside edge!

    Stuart Broad attacks the outside off stump channel which opens up Marcus Harris all ends.

  • Archer to share the new ball!

    Jofra Archer will bowl from the other end with Marcus Harris on strike. He starts on a good note and concedes just one run.

  • Australia off the mark!

    Australia get off the mark straightaway as Stuart Broad drifts down way down leg side. Bairstow also fails to collect it and concedes one bye.

  • The chase begins!

    David Warner and Marcus Harris walk into bat. Stuart Broad will start the proceedings.

  • England set (target for Australia!)

    Jack Leach tries to slog Nathan Lyon on the leg side but fails to get the connecti on right. Josh Hazlwewood completes a good catch at mid-on to bowl England out for 329. Australia need 399 runs to win the match and the series.

    – England Cricket (@englandcricket)September 15, 2019

  • Six!

    Stuart Broad clears his front leg and pulls Pat Cummins comfortably over midwicket for a six.

  • SIX!

    Pat Cummins drops short, Stuart Broad goes deep in hi crease and pull it with all his strength and gets the maximum result as the ball sails over the midwicket fence for a six.

  • Paine and Australia get it right! Archer departs!

    Australia skipper Tim Paine gets the DRS right as he guessed the little flick off Jofra Archer’s gloves right and earns his team first breakthrough of the day. The ball was straying down Archer tried to flick it down leg but only managed a thinnest nick possible. Credit to Paine that he went with his gut.

  • Four!

    Nathan Lyon bowls short, Jack Leach goes deep inside his crease and cuts it through covers to claim first boundary of the day .

  • Mitch Marsh previews Day 4 play!

    England scored over 300 runs on Day 3 and with that they are looking good. Australia, however, will look to bounce back and restrict them for as cheaply as possible. Mitchell Marsh, who starred with the ball in the first innings for Australia, previews what they would look to achieve in the field on Day 4.

  • Highlights from Day 3!

    If by any chance you missed yesterday’s play, relive all the major actions here.

    Watch back highlights from yesterday’s action as moving day went our way on Day 3 of the fifth @ Specsavers# AshesTest …

    – England Cricket (@englandcricket) (September) , 2019

  • Joe Denly – England’s hero on Day 3!

    This is what England’s hero of the day, Joe Denly, who missed his century by six runs, had to say say.

    – England Cricket (@englandcricket) (September) , 2019

    – England Cricket (@englandcricket) (September) , 2019

  • England lead by 382 runs!

    Hosts England are 313 / 8 in their second innings which means they are leading by 382 runs. They would like to hold the crease for as long as possible and get their lead past 400 – mark.

  • Hello and welcome!

    Hello and welcome to the live coverage of Day 4 of fifth Ashes Test live from The Oval, London.


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