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England v Australia
Australia in British Isles 2009 (1st Test)
VenueThe SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff on 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th July 2009 (5-day match)
Balls per over6
TossEngland won the toss and decided to bat
ResultMatch drawn
UmpiresAleem Dar (Pakistan), BR Doctrove (West Indies)
TV umpireRA Kettleborough
RefereeJJ Crowe (New Zealand)
Reserve UmpireRK Illingworth
Close of play day 1England (1) 336/7 (Anderson 2*, Broad 4*; 90 overs)
Close of play day 2Australia (1) 249/1 (Katich 104*, Ponting 100*; 71 overs)
Close of play day 3Australia (1) 479/5 (North 54*, Haddin 4*; 139 overs)
Close of play day 4England (2) 20/2 (Strauss 6*, Pietersen 3*; 7 overs)
Man of the MatchRT Ponting
ArticlesEngland survive via Collingwood, tailenders
 England stumble after Australian assault
 Australia continue domination of first Test
 Ponting, Katich tons put Aussies in command
 List of all articles
Ball-by-ballInnings 1, Innings 2, Innings 3

England first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*AJ Straussc Clarke b Johnson3060904- 
AN Cookc Hussey b Hilfenhaus102531-- 
RS Boparac Hughes b Johnson3552766- 
KP Pietersenc Katich b Hauritz691411964- 
PD Collingwoodc Haddin b Hilfenhaus641451506- 
+MJ Priorb Siddle5662996- 
A Flintoffb Siddle3751666- 
JM Andersonc Hussey b Hauritz2640692- 
SCJ Broadb Johnson1920224- 
GP Swannnot out4740546- 
MS Panesarc Ponting b Hauritz41715-- 
Extras(13 b, 11 lb, 12 nb, 2 w)38
Total(all out, 460 minutes, 106.5 overs)435
Fall of wickets:
1-21 (Cook, 7.6 ov), 2-67 (Strauss, 19.6 ov), 3-90 (Bopara, 24.4 ov), 4-228 (Collingwood, 65.3 ov), 5-241 (Pietersen, 70.5 ov), 6-327 (Flintoff, 86.4 ov), 7-329 (Prior, 88.3 ov), 8-355 (Broad, 93.5 ov), 9-423 (Anderson, 102.4 ov), 10-435 (Panesar, 106.5 ov)
Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Johnson22   2873--
Hilfenhaus27   577214
Siddle27   3121215
Hauritz23.51953-3
Clarke5   0200--
Katich2   0110--

Australia first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
PJ Hughesc Prior b Flintoff3654615- 
SM Katichlbw b Anderson12226132512- 
*RT Pontingb Panesar150224313141 
MEK Husseyc Prior b Anderson31624-- 
MJ Clarkec Prior b Broad8314517691 
MJ Northnot out12524235713- 
+BJ Haddinc Bopara b Collingwood121151200113 
MG Johnsondid not bat      
NM Hauritzdid not bat      
BW Hilfenhausdid not bat      
PM Siddledid not bat      
Extras(9 b, 14 lb, 7 nb, 4 w)34
Total(6 wickets, declared, 744 minutes, 181 overs)674
Fall of wickets:
1-60 (Hughes, 14.6 ov), 2-299 (Katich, 84.6 ov), 3-325 (Hussey, 90.1 ov), 4-331 (Ponting, 94.5 ov), 5-474 (Clarke, 136.5 ov), 6-674 (Haddin, 181 ov)
England bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Anderson32   611021-
Broad32   612912-
Swann38   81310--
Flintoff35   3128117
Panesar35   41151--
Collingwood9   0381--

England second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*AJ Straussc Haddin b Hauritz1754781- 
AN Cooklbw b Johnson612171- 
RS Boparalbw b Hilfenhaus134-- 
KP Pietersenb Hilfenhaus82420-- 
PD Collingwoodc Hussey b Siddle742453416- 
+MJ Priorc Clarke b Hauritz1432371- 
A Flintoffc Ponting b Johnson2671893- 
SCJ Broadlbw b Hauritz1447611- 
GP Swannlbw b Hilfenhaus3163804- 
JM Andersonnot out2153693- 
MS Panesarnot out735361- 
Extras(9 b, 9 lb, 11 nb, 4 w)33
Total(9 wickets, 434 minutes, 105 overs)252
Fall of wickets:
1-13 (Cook, 4.3 ov), 2-17 (Bopara, 5.3 ov), 3-31 (Pietersen, 10.4 ov), 4-46 (Strauss, 16.6 ov), 5-70 (Prior, 26.3 ov), 6-127 (Flintoff, 49.4 ov), 7-159 (Broad, 66.4 ov), 8-221 (Swann, 86.1 ov), 9-233 (Collingwood, 93.3 ov)
Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Johnson22   444241
Hilfenhaus15   3473-4
Siddle18   2511-2
Hauritz37   12633-2
Clarke3   080--
North7   4140--
Katich3   070--

Notes
--> Day 1 Lunch: England (1) 97/3 (KP Pietersen 6*, PD Collingwood 5*; 27 overs)
--> Day 1 Tea: England (1) 194/3 (KP Pietersen 52*, PD Collingwood 50*; 59 overs)
--> Day 2 Lunch: Australia (1) 39/0 (PJ Hughes 28*, SM Katich 6*; 8 overs)
--> Day 2 Tea: Australia (1) 142/1 (SM Katich 53*, RT Ponting 44*; 39 overs)
--> Day 3 Lunch: Australia (1) 348/4 (MJ Clarke 19*, MJ North 0*; 99 overs)
--> Day 3 Tea: Australia (1) 458/4 (MJ Clarke 70*, MJ North 50*; 130 overs)
--> Day 4 Lunch: Australia (1) 577/5 (MJ North 101*, BJ Haddin 50*; 166 overs)
--> Day 4 Tea: England (2) 20/2 (AJ Strauss 6*, KP Pietersen 3*; 7 overs)
--> Day 5 Lunch: England (2) 102/5 (PD Collingwood 35*, A Flintoff 11*; 37 overs)
--> Day 5 Tea: England (2) 169/7 (PD Collingwood 55*, GP Swann 4*; 71 overs)
--> England first innings: 50 in 16.6 overs
--> England first innings: 100 in 27.2 overs
--> England first innings: 150 in 46.4 overs
--> England first innings: 200 in 60.3 overs
--> England first innings: 250 in 73.2 overs
--> England first innings: 300 in 82.2 overs
--> England first innings: 350 in 92.2 overs
--> England first innings: 400 in 98.6 overs
--> Australia first innings: 50 in 13.3 overs
--> Australia first innings: 100 in 26.5 overs
--> Australia first innings: 150 in 41.4 overs
--> Australia first innings: 200 in 57.3 overs
--> Australia first innings: 250 in 73.2 overs
--> Australia first innings: 300 in 85.2 overs
--> Australia first innings: 350 in 99.3 overs
--> Australia first innings: 400 in 116.2 overs
--> Australia first innings: 450 in 126.6 overs
--> Australia first innings: 500 in 143.5 overs
--> Australia first innings: 550 in 160.4 overs
--> Australia first innings: 600 in 169.4 overs
--> Australia first innings: 650 in 178.2 overs
--> England second innings: 50 in 18.5 overs
--> England second innings: 100 in 36.6 overs
--> England second innings: 150 in 62 overs
--> England second innings: 200 in 79.6 overs
--> England second innings: 250 in 101.2 overs
--> KP Pietersen (1) 50 in 95 balls with 3 fours
--> KP Pietersen (1) passed 4500 runs in Test matches when he reached 6
--> PD Collingwood (1) 50 in 125 balls with 4 fours
--> MJ Prior (1) 50 in 54 balls with 5 fours
--> SM Katich (1) 50 in 123 balls with 5 fours
--> SM Katich (1) 100 in 214 balls with 8 fours
--> SM Katich (1) passed 16500 runs in first-class matches when he reached 79
--> RT Ponting (1) 50 in 70 balls with 4 fours
--> RT Ponting (1) 100 in 155 balls with 8 fours
--> RT Ponting (1) 150 in 221 balls with 14 fours and 1 six
--> RT Ponting (1) passed 11000 runs in Test matches when he reached 40
--> MJ Clarke (1) 50 in 100 balls with 6 fours and 1 six
--> MJ North (1) 50 in 107 balls with 7 fours
--> MJ North (1) 100 in 206 balls with 12 fours
--> MJ North (1) passed his previous highest score of 117 in Test matches
--> BJ Haddin (1) 50 in 90 balls with 6 fours
--> BJ Haddin (1) 100 in 138 balls with 9 fours and 2 sixes
--> BJ Haddin (1) passed 1000 runs in Test matches when he reached 99
--> BJ Haddin (1) passed 6500 runs in first-class matches when he reached 11
--> PD Collingwood (2) 50 in 167 balls with 5 fours
--> BW Hilfenhaus achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Test matches when he dismissed GP Swann in the England second innings (previous best was 2-68)

New Ball Taken: England 288/5 after 80.1 overs (MJ Prior 27, A Flintoff 27)
New Ball Taken: Australia 281/1 after 80.1 overs (SM Katich 118, RT Ponting 118)
New Ball Taken: Australia 559/5 after 163.1 overs (MJ North 89, BJ Haddin 44)
New Ball Taken: England 200/7 after 80.5 overs (PD Collingwood 63, GP Swann 21)
KP Pietersen (25) and PD Collingwood (24) added 50 in 104 balls for the England 4th wicket in the first innings
KP Pietersen (45) and PD Collingwood (49) added 100 in 199 balls for the England 4th wicket in the first innings
MJ Prior (21) and A Flintoff (29) added 50 in 65 balls for the England 6th wicket in the first innings
JM Anderson (12) and GP Swann (33) added 50 in 38 balls for the England 9th wicket in the first innings
PJ Hughes (31) and SM Katich (14) added 50 in 81 balls for the Australia 1st wicket in the first innings
SM Katich (16) and RT Ponting (33) added 50 in 93 balls for the Australia 2nd wicket in the first innings
SM Katich (46) and RT Ponting (52) added 100 in 179 balls for the Australia 2nd wicket in the first innings
SM Katich (68) and RT Ponting (80) added 150 in 278 balls for the Australia 2nd wicket in the first innings
SM Katich (92) and RT Ponting (109) added 200 in 371 balls for the Australia 2nd wicket in the first innings
MJ Clarke (34) and MJ North (16) added 50 in 84 balls for the Australia 5th wicket in the first innings
MJ Clarke (57) and MJ North (42) added 100 in 183 balls for the Australia 5th wicket in the first innings
MJ North (19) and BJ Haddin (28) added 50 in 93 balls for the Australia 6th wicket in the first innings
MJ North (47) and BJ Haddin (49) added 100 in 168 balls for the Australia 6th wicket in the first innings
MJ North (62) and BJ Haddin (86) added 150 in 219 balls for the Australia 6th wicket in the first innings
MJ North (72) and BJ Haddin (121) added 200 in 266 balls for the Australia 6th wicket in the first innings
PD Collingwood (20) and A Flintoff (22) added 50 in 110 balls for the England 6th wicket in the second innings
PD Collingwood (15) and GP Swann (27) added 50 in 97 balls for the England 8th wicket in the second innings

 

 

 

 

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