Jan 30England vs. India

6th Match at W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth

England won by 3 wkts

Jan 29New Zealand vs. Sri Lanka

7th ODI at Westpac Stadium, Wellington

Sri Lanka won by 34 runs

Jan 28South Africa vs. West Indies

5th ODI at SuperSport Park, Centurion

South Africa won by 131 runs

Jan 26Australia vs. India

5th Match at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

No result

Jan 25South Africa vs. West Indies

4th ODI at St George's Park, Port Elizabeth

West Indies won by 1 wkt

Jan 25New Zealand vs. Sri Lanka

6th ODI at University Oval, Dunedin

New Zealand won by 120 runs

Jan 31 06:30New Zealand vs. Pakistan

1st ODI at Westpac Stadium, Wellington

Feb 01 08:50Australia vs. England

Final at Perth

Feb 03 06:30New Zealand vs. Pakistan

2nd ODI at Napier

Feb 14 03:30New Zealand vs. Sri Lanka

1st Match, Pool A at Christchurch

Feb 14 09:00Australia vs. England

2nd Match, Pool A at Melbourne

Feb 15 06:30South Africa vs. Zimbabwe

3rd Match, Pool B at Hamilton

Cricket Scorecard

The Ashes 2013-14

Australia vs. England, 2nd Test

Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Dec 05, 2013

Match Information

Match Status
Australia won by 218 runs
Man Of The Match
Australia (Elected to Bat)
Kumar Dharmasena (SL) & Marais Erasmus (RSA)
Third Umpire
Tony Hill (NZ)
Match Referee
Jeff Crowe (NZ)

Batting: Australia

Batsman RunsBalls4s6sSR
Chris Rogerscaught Prior b Swann7216711043.11
David Warnercaught Carberry b Broad29324090.62
Shane Watsoncaught J Anderson b J Anderson511196142.86
Michael Clarke (C)caught J Anderson b Stokes14824517060.41
Steven Smithbowled b Panesar6171035.29
George Baileycaught Swann b Broad53934356.99
Brad Haddin (WK)caught Prior b Broad11817711566.67
Mitchell Johnsoncaught Broad b Swann5131038.46
Peter Siddlecaught Prior b Stokes290022.22
Ryan Harrisbatting555462101.85
Nathan Lyonbatting17261165.38
Extras (8 byes, 1 wides, 4 no balls, 1 leg byes)14 
Total (570-9 in 158 overs declared)570 

Fall of Wickets

1/34 (David Warner, 7.6 ov.), 2/155 (Shane Watson, 51.6 ov.), 3/155 (Chris Rogers, 52.5 ov.), 4/174 (Steven Smith, 58.3 ov.), 5/257 (George Bailey, 85.3 ov.), 6/457 (Michael Clarke, 136.1 ov.), 7/474 (Mitchell Johnson, 139.3 ov.), 8/483 (Peter Siddle, 142.3 ov.), 9/529 (Brad Haddin, 150.5 ov.)

Bowling: England

BowlerOversMaidensRunsWicketsNo BallsWidesEconomy Rate
James Anderson3010851102.8
Stuart Broad303983013.3
Graeme Swann3641512004.2
Monty Panesar4471571003.6
Ben Stokes182702303.9

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
157.5SIXSwann to Lyon, SIX, gives this air on off, Lyon fetches it from there and slogs it several rows over deep mid-wicket. That is the first Test six for Lyon568/9
157.2FOURSwann to R Harris, FOUR, poor delivery, short and wide outside off, Harris goes deep in the crease and spanks the cut to the sweeper cover fence. He reaches his 2nd Test fifty in style559/9
155.4FOURPanesar to R Harris, FOUR, Boom! One bounce four. Harris takes a step forward, goes down and slog swipes it to the deep mid wicket fence551/9
153.3FOURPanesar to Lyon, FOUR, Lyon walks across his stumps and sweeps it with control to the backward square leg fence542/9
152.3FOURBroad to R Harris, FOUR, This was not all that short, Harris rocks back and jabs it with all might, the ball rockets to the deep mid wicket fence536/9
150.5OUTBroad to Haddin, out Caught by Prior!! A tame dismissal in the end. End of a sparkling innings from Brad Haddin. This was on a length and outside off, nailed to the crease as Haddin flashes at that, the ball grazes the outside edge and sits snugly in his opposite number's gloves. Muted celebrations from Prior and Broad. Haddin c Prior b Broad 118(177) [4s-11 6s-5]529/9
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Batting: England

Batsman RunsBalls4s6sSR
Alastair Cook (C)bowled b Johnson3110027.27
Michael Carberrycaught Warner b Watson6014410041.67
Joe Rootcaught Chris Rogers b N Lyon15801018.75
Kevin Pietersencaught Bailey b P Siddle4120033.33
Ian Bellbatting721069467.92
Ben Stokeslbw b Johnson112008.33
Matt Prior (WK)caught Haddin b Johnson04000.00
Stuart Broadbowled b Johnson01000.00
Graeme Swanncaught Clarke b Johnson7700100.00
James Andersonbowled b Johnson01000.00
Monty Panesarbowled b Johnson235005.71
Extras (2 wides, 3 no balls, 3 leg byes)8 
Total (172-10 in 68.2 overs)172 

Fall of Wickets

1/9 (Alastair Cook, 2.4 ov.), 2/57 (Joe Root, 29.6 ov.), 3/66 (Kevin Pietersen, 34.3 ov.), 4/111 (Michael Carberry, 45.6 ov.), 5/117 (Ben Stokes, 50.1 ov.), 6/117 (Matt Prior, 50.5 ov.), 7/117 (Stuart Broad, 50.6 ov.), 8/135 (Graeme Swann, 54.5 ov.), 9/135 (James Anderson, 54.6 ov.), 10/172 (Monty Panesar, 68.2 ov.)

Bowling: Australia

BowlerOversMaidensRunsWicketsNo BallsWidesEconomy Rate
Mitchell Johnson17.28407212.3
Ryan Harris*148310002.2
Nathan Lyon205641003.2
Peter Siddle144341112.4
Shane Watson3301000.00

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
68.2OUTJohnson to Panesar, out Bowled!! And there it is! Johnson's 7th wicket and finally ending England's ordeal! It was a slightly full ball that gets back in, Panesar gets ready for another solid defence but Johnson cleverly spears the ball through the bat-pad gap and it crashes onto the stumps via an inside edge onto the pads. Panesar b Johnson 2(35)171/10
67.5SIXLyon to Bell, SIX, Another beauty by Bell! It was a slightly short delivery as Bell comes dancing down the track and lofts it elegantly between the midwicket and long on fence for a maximum. The ball sails high in the air and easily crosses the ropes171/9
63.4DROPPEDLyon to Panesar, no run, dropped, flighted delivery just outside off, Panesar stays back and looks to drive and edges, the ball flies to Clarke at slips who fumbles and drops a dolly160/9
60SIXR Harris to Bell, SIX, Whoa! Good shot by Bell. He is trying desperately to push England as long as he could. It was a slightly full delivery outside off, Bell goes inside out, opens the full face of the bat and smashes this over the sweeper cover fence. 18 runs came off that over159/9
59.4FOURR Harris to Bell, FOUR, Another one for Bell, he is fighting a lone battle now. It was full on leg, Bell flicks it off his pads this time past the fine leg ropes153/9
59.3FOURR Harris to Bell, FOUR, Back-to-back boundaries for Bell. He is the only one looking good in this English line-up. He gets on the front foot and drives this length ball beautifully to the long off fence149/9
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Batting: Australia

Batsman RunsBalls4s6sSR
Chris Rogerscaught Prior b J Anderson2100020.00
David Warnerbatting831179170.94
Shane Watsoncaught Carberry b J Anderson02000.00
Michael Clarke (C)bowled b Panesar22512043.14
Steven Smithbatting23542042.59
Extras (1 byes, 1 leg byes)2 
Total (132-3 in 39 overs declared)132 

Fall of Wickets

1/4 (Chris Rogers, 2.2 ov.), 2/4 (Shane Watson, 2.4 ov.), 3/65 (Michael Clarke, 21.1 ov.)

Bowling: England

BowlerOversMaidensRunsWicketsNo BallsWidesEconomy Rate
James Anderson71192002.7
Stuart Broad60190003.2
Graeme Swann93310003.4
Ben Stokes73200002.9
Monty Panesar100411004.1

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
36.5FOURPanesar to Warner, FOUR, short and wide outside off stump, Warner rocks back and cuts it powerfully, the ball rockets away to the sweeper cover fence125/3
32.1FOURStokes to Warner, FOUR, intentions clear from Warner. Anything in his zone and he's going to go, bang! Full and juicy just around off, Warner waits and smashes straight down the ground past the bowler111/3
31.3FOURBroad to Warner, FOUR, goes back in the crease slightly, bends his knees to get underneath the ball and lofts the short of length delivery from outside off over mid-on. Good shot that Warner106/3
29.1FOURPanesar to S Smith, FOUR, Smith dances down the track and spanks this flighted delivery on middle over the head of the bowler. Excellent use of the feet there99/3
26.5OTHERJ Anderson to S Smith, no run, this was a lovely delivery nipping back in sharply close to the off-pole, Smith gets forward only to offer no shot. The impact was outside off and the ball appeared to be missing the off-stump as well. Good, handy review from Smith90/3
26.3FOURJ Anderson to S Smith, FOUR, back of a length delivery outside off, Smith flays it off the front foot behind point, the ball bullets to the fence, such was the timing from Smith90/3
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Batting: England

Batsman RunsBalls4s6sSR
Alastair Cook (C)caught R Harris b Johnson170014.29
Michael Carberrycaught N Lyon b P Siddle14392035.90
Joe Rootcaught Haddin b N Lyon871949044.85
Kevin Pietersenbowled b P Siddle53992353.54
Ian Bellcaught Johnson b S Smith6191031.58
Ben Stokescaught Clarke b R Harris28905031.11
Matt Prior (WK)caught R Harris b P Siddle6910212067.65
Stuart Broadcaught N Lyon b P Siddle292631111.54
Graeme Swanncaught Clarke b R Harris6140042.86
James Andersonbatting13142092.86
Monty Panesarcaught Chris Rogers b R Harris07000.00
Extras (4 wides, 1 no balls, 1 leg byes)6 
Total (312-10 in 101.4 overs)312 

Recent Overs

0 1 2 0 W 0   -  0 0 0 3 0 0   -  0 4 0 4 0 0   -  0 0 0 W

Fall of Wickets

1/1 (Alastair Cook, 1.3 ov.), 2/20 (Michael Carberry, 11.4 ov.), 3/131 (Kevin Pietersen, 47.1 ov.), 4/143 (Ian Bell, 53.4 ov.), 5/171 (Joe Root, 64.2 ov.), 6/210 (Ben Stokes, 84.1 ov.), 7/255 (Stuart Broad, 90.5 ov.), 8/293 (Graeme Swann, 97.3 ov.), 9/301 (Matt Prior, 98.5 ov.), 10/312 (Monty Panesar, 101.4 ov.)

Bowling: Australia

BowlerOversMaidensRunsWicketsNo BallsWidesEconomy Rate
Ryan Harris*19.43543122.7
Mitchell Johnson248731023.0
Peter Siddle194574003.0
Nathan Lyon267781003.0
Shane Watson6360001.0
Steven Smith70431006.1

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
101.4OUTR Harris to Panesar, out Caught by Chris Rogers!! Game over! Australia are 2-0 up. Tame dismissal - Panesar trying to drive on the up and presents a simple chance to short cover. Rogers accepts the dolly and throws the ball away. Panesar c Chris Rogers b R Harris 0(7)311/10
100.4FOURSiddle to J Anderson, FOUR, if it is pitched up, J Anderson will go after it, times the drive past the vacant mid-on. The ball teases the fielders, but reaches there311/9
100.2FOURSiddle to J Anderson, FOUR, somehow J Anderson got that away, short one on the body, rearing up, Anderson tickles it over the leg-gully man, in the air but over the fielder307/9
98.5OUTSiddle to Prior, out Caught by R Harris!! Prior is gone too now. Well-hit by Prior but he has found Harris at deep backward square leg. The short ball is taken on by Prior who times the pull, but unfortunately hits it too well and straight to the fielder. Harris caught that cleanly and then tumbled to ground. Signals that he caught it cleanly. So Prior goes for a well-made 69. Prior c R Harris b Siddle 69(102) [4s-12]300/9
98FOURR Harris to Prior, FOUR, Prior meanwhile is batting superbly, that is another top-notch stroke - not that short, but Prior timed the back cut so well that it didn't give third man a chance. Now moves to 67. Can he get a hundred?297/8
97.3OUTR Harris to Swann, out Caught by Clarke at 2nd slip!! Edged and gone! Swann isn't a happy man, swishes his bat in the air in disappointment after edging that. He could've left that alone - it was well outside off, with a bit of extra bounce, played away from the body and the healthy edge was grabbed near his face by the Aussie skipper. Just two away now are Australia. Swann c Clarke b R Harris 6(14)292/8
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