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England v Australia
Australia in England 1888 (3rd Test)
VenueOld Trafford, Manchester on 30th, 31st August 1888 (3-day match)
Balls per over4
TossEngland won the toss and decided to bat
ResultEngland won by an innings and 21 runs
UmpiresFH Farrands, CK Pullin
Close of play day 1Australia (1) 32/2 (Trott 14*)

England first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*WG Gracec Bonnor b Turner38  6- 
R Abelb Turner0  -- 
G Ulyettb Turner0  -- 
WW Readb Turner19  3- 
W Barnesb Ferris24  1- 
FH Suggb Woods24  4- 
W Gunnlbw b Turner15  1- 
R Peellbw b Ferris11  1- 
J Briggsnot out22  -- 
GA Lohmannrun out0  -- 
+R Pillingc Bonnor b Woods17  1- 
Extras(2 b)2
Total(all out, 113.1 overs)172
Fall of wickets:
1-0 (Abel), 2-6 (Ulyett), 3-58 (Read), 4-59 (Grace), 5-96 (Sugg), 6-115 (Barnes), 7-127 (Gunn), 8-135 (Peel), 9-136 (Lohmann), 10-172 (Pilling, 113.1 ov)
Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Ferris40   20492--
Turner55   21865--
Woods18.16352--

Australia first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
*PS McDonnellc Grace b Peel15  2- 
AC Bannermanb Peel1  -- 
GHS Trottst Pilling b Peel17  2- 
GJ Bonnorrun out5  1- 
JD Edwardsb Peel0  -- 
CTB Turnerb Peel0  -- 
SMJ Woodsc Read b Briggs4  -- 
+JM Blackhamc Read b Lohmann15  1- 
JJ Lyonsc Lohmann b Peel22  2- 
J Worrallb Peel0  -- 
JJ Ferrisnot out0  -- 
Extras(2 b)2
Total(all out, 52.2 overs)81
Fall of wickets:
1-16 (McDonnell), 2-32 (Bannerman), 3-35 (Trott), 4-39 (Edwards), 5-39 (Turner), 6-43 (Bonnor), 7-45 (Woods), 8-81 (Lyons), 9-81 (Blackham), 10-81 (Worrall, 52.2 ov)
England bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Peel26.217317--
Lohmann17   9311--
Briggs9   4171--

Australia second innings (following on)RunsBallsMins4s6s
AC Bannermanc Grace b Peel011-- 
*PS McDonnellb Lohmann0  -- 
GHS Trottrun out0  -- 
GJ Bonnorc Grace b Peel0  -- 
+JM Blackhamb Lohmann5  -- 
JJ Lyonsb Briggs32  2- 
SMJ Woodsb Lohmann011-- 
CTB Turnerb Briggs26  4- 
JD Edwardsc Grace b Peel1  -- 
JJ Ferrisc Abel b Peel3  -- 
J Worrallnot out0  -- 
Extras(2 b, 1 lb)3
Total(all out, 31.1 overs)70
Fall of wickets:
1-0 (Bannerman), 2-0 (McDonnell), 3-1 (Bonnor), 4-7 (Trott), 5-7 (Blackham), 6-7 (Woods), 7-55 (Turner), 8-56 (Edwards), 9-70 (Ferris), 10-70 (Lyons, 31.1 ov)
England bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Peel16   4374--
Lohmann8   3203--
Briggs7.12102--

Notes
--> The match was scheduled for three days but completed in two.
--> W Gunn (1) passed his previous highest score of 10 in Test matches
--> GHS Trott (1) passed his previous highest score of 13 in Test matches
--> JJ Lyons (1) passed his previous highest score of 11 in Test matches
--> CTB Turner (2) passed his previous highest score of 18 in Test matches
--> JJ Lyons (2) passed his previous highest score of 22 in Test matches
--> CTB Turner reached 50 wickets in Test matches when he dismissed W Gunn, his 5th wicket in the England first innings
--> R Peel achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Test matches when he dismissed JJ Lyons in the Australia first innings (previous best was 5-18)
--> R Peel reached 150 wickets in first-class matches for the season when he dismissed CTB Turner, his 5th wicket in the Australia first innings
--> R Peel reached 50 wickets in Test matches when he dismissed J Worrall, his 7th wicket in the Australia first innings
--> R Peel reached 500 wickets in first-class matches when he dismissed AC Bannerman, his 2nd wicket in the Australia first innings

Australia were unable to to avoid following-on, the compulsory margin in 1888 being 80 runs.
Heavy rain before the match produced a soft, wet pitch and gave the side batting first an enormous advantage. A hot, drying sun on the second day made the pitch a vicious 'sticky'; 18 wickets fell before lunch.

 

 

 

 

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