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1st Test, ICC World Test Championship at Birmingham! The Ashes.

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8 months 1 week ago #373924 by chairman
James Pattinson, Usman Khawaja in line to play first Ashes Test

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8 months 1 week ago #373959 by chairman
BREAKING NEWS: Archer, Curran miss out on first Ashes Test

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8 months 1 week ago #373960 by chairman
England captain Joe Root explained his increasing ease with being the team's leader motivated his decision to move up to number three in the batting order for the Ashes.

Root will come in at first wicket down as England look to wrest control of the urn from rivals Australia over the next seven weeks

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8 months 1 week ago #373961 by alex
Really feel sorry for Sam Curran who has contributed as much to England performances in the last 12 months as anyone but yet is the first to make way. The problem is the selectors seem to view him as a bowling all rounder when really they should be looking at him as a batting all rounder. I'd back him to score more runs than Burns and Denly put together.

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8 months 6 days ago #373969 by ketchim
103 - 4 after 33.5 0vers

Steve smith 34*

32.4
Woakes to Head, OUT, straightening on the stumps, Head trapped in front - given! But after a chat with his partner, Head reviews. Was it high? That's about the only thing that could save him... He was stuck in the crease, thumped on the knee roll, and he's not a tall man - smashing middle and off! reckons Hawk-Eye and Head's gotta roll

TM Head lbw b Woakes 35

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8 months 6 days ago - 8 months 6 days ago #373970 by ketchim
33.5
Broad to Smith, pads up to a nip-backer, and Dar's finger goes up! Smith looks aghast
and reviews and it quickly becomes apparent that this was a bad decision, the ball missing the stumps by an inch or so.

Smith knew it, Hawk-Eye proved it, and Australia will keep both their No. 4 and the review !

Good use of the DRS, there. Smiffy not going to make the same mistake as Warner
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8 months 6 days ago - 8 months 6 days ago #373971 by ketchim
105 - 5 after 35

34.6
Woakes to Wade, swinging in, plumb onto the pads... Joel Wilson thinks long and hard
before keeping his hands where they are, but now England choose to review
Clattering into the top of middle and off : and another on-field decision is overturned

MS Wade lbw b Woakes 1
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8 months 6 days ago - 8 months 6 days ago #373973 by ketchim
112 - 6

39.4
Broad to Paine, OUT, short ball, PaineFul pulls - straight to deep square leg !

TD Paine c Burns b Broad 5
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8 months 6 days ago - 8 months 6 days ago #373974 by ketchim
112 - 7 after 40 !

39.6
Broad to Pattinson, OUT, booming inswinger, obliterating the front pad !
Broad has his fourth and Edgbaston lets rip with another throaty roar!

JL Pattinson lbw b Broad DUCK
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8 months 6 days ago #373976 by ketchim
England bowler James Anderson will have a scan on a calf injury after bowling only four overs
on the first morning of the opening Ashes Test against Australia.

England's all-time leading wicket-taker tore the same right calf playing for Lancashire last month

Anderson, 37, left Edgbaston at lunch and will have a scan later on today

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