Australia all out for 295 || آسٹریلیا 295 پر آل آؤٹ

Australia all out for 295 || آسٹریلیا 295 پر آل آؤٹ

On day three, English batters will begin their last innings. Events filled the second day. At the beginning of day two, Australia’s innings was 61-1 when it was resumed.

After Marnus, Khawaja lost his wicket as well after being trapped by Braod for a LWB with just three runs remaining in the innings. The Australians kept losing wickets, but Steve Smith stood on the bowling crease and played bravely, hitting 71 runs to support his team.

Ben Duckett and Zack Crawley got off to a strong start and appeared poised to form a lasting partnership, but when England ran into Australia’s speed machine, they lost three significant wickets—Duckett, Crawley, and Root—in the span of only four overs.
After Moeen Ali and Brook put together a key 111-run stand that allowed England to regain the lead in the game, Murphy dismissed the left-handed batter for 34 runs.

After Moeen Ali and Brook put together a key 111-run stand that allowed England to regain the lead in the game, Murphy dismissed the left-handed batter for 34 runs.
Similar to Australia today, England also made progress on day one thanks to a combination between Woakes and Mark Wood that added 49 runs and helped their team to a respectable total.

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Lineups

Australia: Pat Cummins, Todd Murphy, Josh Hazlewood, Usman Khawaja, David Warner, Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, Travis Head, Mitchell Marsh, Alex Carey, Mitchell Starc .

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