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I'd rather be concentrated on his batting at 3 and his conversion rate. Maybe Bairstow could captain and Buttler take the gloves?

He's the only other member of the team that could do it really. The battle of the two most complete and, arguably, the two best bowling attacks in the world right now.

And in the absence of Warner and Smith, the strengths of the batting line-ups match up nicely. Joe Root "Not good enough.

We were out-performed in all three departments. We needed more runs in the first innings. I think we did some really good work leading into the game, making sure we were ready, but we just didn't follow through.

We played some poor shots, gave some wickets away. You can't afford to do that. You look at the wicket now and you see how abrasive it is, would have been a different game batting last on that surface.

As a batting group we have to find a way. You have to read the game, absorbing a bit a pressure, getting through tricky periods.

We have to be a bit smarter. It's a difficult pull to shallow. We have to be better. I'm sure we can bounce back and I'm sure we can do that.

Sarfraz Ahmed "I'm very proud of my team, the way the young players produced their talent. When we came here we were very inexperienced but we were very confident.

We have a very good bowling side. Our coaching staff worked really hard, told us to pitch it up. The way the bowlers did a job for us was great.

We worked really hard on our fielding. Our catching was fantastic. The Malahide game was a very tough game, the way we won the match it was good for us.

Man of the Match is Mohammad Abbas for his match figures of 8 for Thank you to PCB for letting me come to Leicester, helped get used to conditions and helped me pitch it up.

Glenn McGrath and Mohammad Asif are my heroes, learnt a lot from Asif who has been a great help to me. And that just about wraps things up from Lord's.

So enjoy the action there and the rest of your weekend. For now, from Miller and Gnasher, it's goodbye and thanks for joining us. After Pakistan's nine-wicket win at Lord's, we look back at some of their greatest performances in England.

Captain credits tough Test against Ireland for battle-hardening his team ahead of famous victory. Pakistan were clinical and pragmatic in wrapping up a comfortable win at Lord's, two qualities that haven't always been associated with them.

The England coach accepted that progress "was taking longer than we would have liked" after a sixth defeat in eight Tests.

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Andrew Tye to Root, 1 run, reaches out, fishing at the width to run it down to third man. Andrew Tye to Root, wide , another slower one down leg.

Root tries his best to get something on it, given there's nobody behind square on the on-side. Andrew Tye to Root, no run, slower, outside off.

Carved away to point. Andrew Tye to Root, 2 runs, judges a soft handed drive through the covers, taking the man out there, successfully.

Andrew Tye to Root, no run, bounces it in short. Root ducks to make a wide out of it.. Andrew Tye to Eoin Morgan, 1 run, hard slice up, and backward point does really well to get low and make a chance out of it.

Andrew Tye to Root, 1 run, hopping, riding the bounce for an arched punch square. Oh it was only a matter of time for Morgan to get back to it..

Agar to Eoin Morgan, no run, tossed up fuller, Morgan continues knocking out on-drives. Straight to mid-on this time, without rebounds. Agar to Eoin Morgan, no run, tries an on-sided drive now, but Agar's good enough to stick his palm out in taking the momentum off it.

Agar to Eoin Morgan, no run, back, making room to punch it back. Agar to Eoin Morgan, no run, 52mph, good length on off.

Agar to Eoin Morgan, no run, low full toss. Morgan surprises him with the reverse sweep, but picks out short third man.

Andrew Tye to Eoin Morgan, 1 run, slower cutter, a waited nurdle away through square leg. Andrew Tye to Eoin Morgan, no run, keeps it tight on off.

Morgan lines in to defend, tall in the crease. Andrew Tye to Root, 1 run, tries sneaking in a quick one.

And takes Maxwell on of all people - who strangely fumbles after Root knocks one in front of him at backward point. Andrew Tye to Eoin Morgan, 1 run, too full, threaded away, off the front foot.

Andrew Tye to Eoin Morgan, no run, on his back foot, getting tall in putting it out to cover. Andrew Tye to Eoin Morgan, no run, forward, defended back to the bowler.

Andrew Tye, right-arm fast medium, comes into the attack. Stanlake to Root, no run, ooh. Nearly chopping it on.

Root goes up hopping, splices it down onto his elbow and very nearly ricocheting it onto his stumps.

Stanlake to Root, no run, Root's down in time, digging it out. Stanlake to Eoin Morgan, 1 run, shortens, outside off as Morgan bunts it unclean-ly into the covers.

And from over the wicket the line in this case is also too straight, quick wrists from Morgan, flicking it away round the corner.

Stanlake to Root, 1 run, leans behind, steering the width off the bat sticker down to third man. But quite wide to trouble a leaving Root.

Kane Richardson to Root, 1 run, good solid punch, opening it up to take it square. Kane Richardson to Eoin Morgan, 1 run, a skiddy swat, with a turning Morgan fending it behind square.

Kane Richardson to Eoin Morgan, no run, wider, hoping to get him chasing with the angle getting bigger.

Kane Richardson to Eoin Morgan, no run, angling across, temping Morgan to poke at the possible angle.

Kane Richardson to Root, 1 run, cover again, but they've plugged it at deep extra. Quite a rarity from Root as he leans onto his front foot, gets to the pitch and holds his pose on creaming it..

With the field for another bouncer, Stanlake grants a freebie - wide - and pretty obviously finds it cracked away through the point infield. Stanlake to Eoin Morgan, no run, 89mph, pitches it up on middle.

A watchful whip follows, mid-on. Stanlake to Eoin Morgan, no run, bouncer again. Stanlake to Eoin Morgan, no run, bumped in short.

Morgan ensures he gets beside the line, body arched back to jab it towards cover. Stanlake to Eoin Morgan, no run, forward, bat-pad stuck to showcase his defence.

Stanlake to Root, 1 run, on the hop, riding it to guide it behind point. Neser to Eoin Morgan, no run, keeps it in the channel just outside off.

Neser to Root, 1 run, oh he's missed out. Everything wrong on this ball, straying into the pads, off a half volley and Root's near perfect whip goes straight to short fine leg.

Neser to Root, no run, A careful dab this towards gully. Neser to Root, no run, straying into the legs, but keeps up with his full lengths.

Clipped this time, to mid-wicket. Neser to Root, no run, rocks forward, checking his drive to cover. Neser to Root, no run, gets down off a high backlift in squeezing out a defence.

Kane Richardson to Eoin Morgan, no run, pitched up on off. Shows the full face. Morgan takes it on, not quite getting his pull off the middle, but effective enough to fly away wide of long leg.

Kane Richardson to Eoin Morgan, no run, 83mph, fuller, Morgan needs a few defences. This one is down the pitch.

Kane Richardson to Eoin Morgan, no run, starts off with a straight bat shown up in defence. Kane Richardson to Bairstow, out Caught by Head!!

Sanga, your record stays. But poor Bairstow couldn't have timed a pull better, and it is that night for him when the edges run away to the boundary and perfectly timed shots straight to fielders.

It's a filthy drag down, but Bairstow swivels on the pull, flat-batting it perfectly to go down backward square leg's throat - the only man in the deep on the leg-side.

And this contest is just not taking sides. Bairstow c Head b Kane Richardson 28 23 [4s-6]. Kane Richardson to Bairstow, no run, good length around off.

A quiet defence it is. Root and his straight drives - not the usual followthrough, but effective enough to wrist a straight on-drive.

No nothing mid-on could have done. Neser to Bairstow, 1 run, cutting back in onto the tummy, nudged away in front of square. Neser to Bairstow, no run, Ends up checking it to mid-off.

Neser to Bairstow, no run, full, Bairstow yorks himself with his stroll down. Neser to Root, 1 run, delicate wrists, turning it down to long-on.

Neser to Root, no run, fuller length, Root walks into the line to get the pace to defend. Pretty friendly back of a length stuff and Bairstow gets the room to chase it with a hack through the covers.

Kane Richardson to Bairstow, no run, another powerful cross-batted drive. Kane Richardson to Bairstow, no run, length, fifth-stumpish. Angle-batted drive to cover.

Kane Richardson to Bairstow, no run, covers the line, closing his bat face to punch it into the on-side. Kane Richardson to Bairstow, no run, flirting with the tramline outside off.

Bairstow tries his best to reach out to stab. But this one is wayward, short-wide and Bairstow cuts, hard, square.

Kane Richardson, right-arm fast medium, comes into the attack. And driven back for Stanlake to clean up. Stanlake to Root, no run, length, middle-lined.

Behind it in tapping it down the pitch. Stanlake to Bairstow, 1 run, sharp in-nip , skidding through low to hurry Bairstow in taking the inside half of his bat on the punch.

Stanlake to Bairstow, no run, solid crunchy cover drive. Everything correct, but again, can't breach cover. Stanlake to Bairstow, no run, Bairstow gets in an arch to punch it out to cover.

Neser to Root, no run, on a length on off. A straight batted punch. He has a maiden too. Neser to Root, no run, 83mph, across, covers the line on this fuller one to block.

Neser to Root, no run, the fizz away. Neser lines him up with one angling in on off, only to zip away at the very last moment after Root commits to a defence.

Neser to Hales, out Lbw!! And Neser would gladly take the reputation Hales brings with it. It surely isn't his best ball - pretty much of a half volley straightening in on middle and leg.

But Hales tries flicking, ends up doing it all around it, misses and is pinned in front of leg. Given how full the length was, there's nothing much the ball could've swung after.

And Hales knows, he isn't reviewing. Hales lbw b Neser 5 10 [4s-1]. Neser to Hales, no run, Neser to Hales, no run, on his toes, riding the bounce for a high elbowed punch to cover.

Stanlake to Bairstow, no run, quite full, clipped away to mid-on. Populate the cover region as much as you will, Bairstow in his touch will continue finding these gaps.

Stanlake corrects with a full pitch up, only to find it drilled, despite it being airy. Just a touch shorter, and Bairstow realizes there's cover to cut off the drive..

Stanlake to Hales, 1 run, creams the cover drive, using all of Stanlake's pace to good effect. But for Agar's diving interception at cover.

Hales obliges, and how. It's just not short enough for Hales to be troubled as he hacks back, and then pulls it uppishly over mid-wicket.

Stanlake to Hales, no run, on the shorter side but skids along onto Hales' defence from deep in the crease.

Neser to Bairstow, no run, 81mph, closing in on off. Bairstow crunches it straight back, a touch too well to end up finding Neser's left palm.

Tries going through the line on his cover drive, but gets enough of a fat nick flying through. Neser to Bairstow, no run, behind the line, straight-batting a block.

A scrambled seamer outside off and Bairstow holds his position, not quite laying into it with his stance, but the hands aren't as forgiving.

Carves it through cover-point. Neser to Bairstow, no run, corrects the line to get it it a tad outside off, punchy defence.

Neser to Bairstow, 2 runs, this is a relief. Tucks an in-cutter on the legs through square leg. Michael Neser, right-arm medium, comes into the attack.

Stanlake to Hales, no run, opens up his back foot punch, checking it to cover. Stanlake to Hales, no run, Stanlake to Hales, no run, 89mph, much straighter, but with decent carry again off the turf, tucked away.

Stanlake to Hales, no run, kicks up off a length, lovely carry through to the keeper as Hales lines up to leave one in the channel. Stanlake to Roy, out Bowled!!

In the quest to defend , Stanlake has brought out the perfect script - targets Roy's weak spot, that spot just outside off with the wobbly ball seaming back in off the track.

He tries getting his knee forward in counter. It's not fair to have a ripper such as this off the second ball you face.

Roy b Stanlake 0 2. Stanlake to Roy, no run, hits the hard back of a length on off. Roy despite putting all his height to use in standing up tall can't avoid the punch hitting his splice.

Roy and Bairstow are at the crease. Roy is on strike. Stanlake will open the attack. Right then, is all Australia have got with themselves to play with.

Australia, it seemed, haven't warmed up to the conditions yet. After electing to bat under gloomy skies, their batsmen failed to show application and gifted wickets in a heap.

Can't really pinpoint one particular batsman who got out to a wicket-deserving delivery; and that, ladies and gentlemen, sums up the Aussie show.

They were strangled by the spin and guile of Moeen Ali and Rashid who accounted for five of their top seven batsmen. And the rest is just a dragged effort to achieve a decent total.

An run sixth wicket stand between Maxwell and Agar saved the blushes, but the duo failed to kick on and got out at the most inopportune time; thus leaving England a yawning chase.

If Australia can nip out two or more inside the first five, it'll be fun. To witness all of that, join us back in Plunkett to Andrew Tye, out Caught by Buttler!!

Australia skittle out for a below par score. He delivers a slower length ball at the top of off, Tye's made room early and all he could manage was run it straight off the bat face to the keeper.

Buttler dives forward and nestles it safely. Andrew Tye c Buttler b Plunkett 19 20 [4s-2 6s-1]. Plunkett to Andrew Tye, no run, tries to stay leg-side of the ball and misses the off-cutter, Plunkett follows him and raps him on the pads after beating the bat.

A nothing delivery from Plunkett, just serves it up outside off and gets tonked into the mid-wicket stands with an air of swagger. Plunkett to Andrew Tye, no run, thudddd!

Tye takes a strking blow on his helmet grille. It was short and angled into him, Tye's late on the pull and so, he drags it off the top-edge onto his helmet gear.

Plunkett puts his hand up instantly and checks on him, Tye signals a thumbs up. And here comes the physio to carry out the mandatory concussion tests.

He's been cleared and we are all set to resume. Plunkett to Andrew Tye, no run, bowls it just a shade outside off, Tye had nowhere to go, looks to play fine but makes no contact.

Plunkett to Andrew Tye, no run, continues to test the batsmen with bumpers; cross-seam, hits the pitch hard and gets the ball to fizz past the swinging blade.

Mark Wood to Stanlake, no run, another pinpoint yorker at the stumps, Stanlake keeps it out. Over to you Andrew Mark Wood to Stanlake, no run, length outside off, stays beside the line of the ball and cuts to backward point.

Mark Wood to Stanlake, no run, yorker from round the wicket, the Big Billy jams it into the off-side. Smacked straight into the hands of Root at mid-off; a catching practice that.

Full and wide, Richardson sees that as an opportunity to score a boundary, wields his willow for a waft over mid-off but ends up hitting it straight to him.

Ah, the tailend struggles Kane Richardson c Root b Mark Wood 1 Mark Wood to Andrew Tye, 1 run, Tye's happy to sort those full balls straight down the ground, a single to long-on now.

Mark Wood to Andrew Tye, no run, Plunkett to Kane Richardson, no run, cross-seamer, fuller and wider, Richardson's drive finds Morgan at cover.

Plunkett to Kane Richardson, no run, another short ball, pacy too; Richardson was in two minds, decides against the pull at the last minute and ducks hurriedly.

Plunkett to Kane Richardson, no run, hits the deck hard and gets the bumper to sail over the ducking Richardson.

Plunkett to Kane Richardson, no run, cross-seam bowled in the channel outside off, Richardson opens the bat face and dabs straight to backward point.

Plunkett to Kane Richardson, no run, length ball outside off, punches it straight to cover does Kane Richardson. Adil Rashid to Kane Richardson, no run, lures Richardson with the flight and draws a cross bat whack, does him with the spin off a good length.

Past the edge of the hacking blade. End of a fine spell from Yorkshire's Adil Rashid: Conceded only one boundary off his spell.

Adil Rashid to Kane Richardson, wide , slips this slider down leg. Adil Rashid to Kane Richardson, no run, short and spinning in slightly, punched back to the bowler.

Adil Rashid to Andrew Tye, 1 run, dishes it fuller and wider, Tye gets down on one knee and creams the drive to wide long-off. Adil Rashid to Andrew Tye, 2 runs, a wild slog from Tye, the turn takes the top-edge and loops up over Root at slip.

They sneak two as the ball dribble fine of third man. Adil Rashid to Kane Richardson, 1 run, allows the ball to rip and nudges a single wide of Morgan at mid-wicket.

Adil Rashid to Kane Richardson, no run, lovely floater on middle, Richardson lunges forward to push that into the off-side.

Plunkett to Andrew Tye, no run, bowls the pacy short ball on the stumps, Tye ducks late and manges to sway away from the line of fire.

Plunkett to Andrew Tye, no run, drags the length back outside off, a belated push into the off-side.

Gets the pitch-up under his eyes and he drives this gorgeously over the umpire. Kane Richardson, right handed bat, comes to the crease.

Plunkett to Neser, out Caught by Root!! Aimless hack from Neser and he perishes! Spots the length ball and gives it real whack, no conviction whatseoever; goes high in the air and straight down the throat of Root at long-off.

He just had to stroll a few inches forward to gobble that. Australia 3 away from the mark, England 2 away. Neser c Root b Plunkett 6 Plunkett to Neser, no run, good length at off-stump, Neser tucks himself into a neat push off the front foot.

Adil Rashid to Andrew Tye, no run, appeal for lbw and that's probably missing leg. And hence, England refuse to review.

Very full and dips in line with leg peg defeating Tye's bat swing on the sweep, hit low but the turn would have taken it past the stumps.

Adil Rashid to Andrew Tye, no run, loops it up above the eyeline, draws Tye forward to block. Floats it full and gets bludgeoned back over his head, no-one in the deep.

Adil Rashid to Andrew Tye, no run, legbreak on off, classic forward defence from Tye. Adil Rashid to Agar, out Lbw!!

Plays all around a full one and Agar is guilty. He looks sorry for missing this. But thinks long, thinks hard..

So Rashid dished out a full leg-spinner, Agar premeditates a sweep, sits down, gets done in for the very full length and misses. Plumb doesn't get plumber.

Right in front of middle. Agar lbw b Adil Rashid 40 62 [4s-4]. Willey to Agar, 1 run, likes it there full on the pads does Agar, drives a single to deep mid-on and retains strike.

Willey to Agar, no run, Willey to Agar, no run, back of a length, tightens the line on off, Agar punches into the covers.

Willey to Neser, 1 run, shuffles a tad and on-drives to the right of mid-on who's diving effort can't prevent the single.

Willey to Neser, no run, full and swerving in late, Neser flicks uppishly to mid-on. Willey to Neser, no run, slanted in on a length, Neser clips it straight to mid-wicket.

Adil Rashid to Neser, 2 runs, hesitation and they complete the second. Neser creamed this to deep cover and the duo weren't keen on squeezing the second, YJB steams in and flings a wayward throw to Buttler to enable a smooth sail for the batsmen.

Adil Rashid to Neser, no run, straighter one outside off, tapped into the off-side. Adil Rashid to Neser, no run, legbreak outside off, pushed into the covers.

Adil Rashid to Neser, no run, ooof! A googly that was picked very late by the batsman, Neser had to plonk his bat onto his pad to avoid a mess of his stumps.

Just managed a inside edge there. Adil Rashid to Neser, no run, flighted full outside off, driven straight to mid-off.

Willey to Agar, no run, full and drifting in, Agar turns the drive to short mid-wicket. Full and wide, Agar has a high backlift and he lets his hands take control of that drive beating Morgan's dive at cover.

Willey to Neser, 1 run, short in the channel outside off, Neser cracks the punch square on the off-side. Willey to Agar, no run, full again, this one's drilled straight to mid-off.

Past Morgan's dive at cover. Nothing half-hearted about that shot, right out of the screws. Adil Rashid to Neser, no run, spins away from the right-hander, Neser gets half-forward and drops the ball on the off-side.

Adil Rashid to Agar, 1 run, loopy full ball outside off, Agar eases it down to long-on. Adil Rashid to Neser, 1 run, flat outside off, Neser taps this in front of point and ticks his first run in international cricket.

Adil Rashid to Agar, 1 run, floats this up on middle, Agar drills it straight of long-off. Adil Rashid to Agar, no run, waits on the back foot and pats the ball back to the bowler.

Adil Rashid to Agar, no run, shorter and wider of off, Agar backs away and hammers it straight to mid-off. Plunkett to Agar, 1 run, full on leg stump, flicked away to the left of fine leg.

Plunkett to Maxwell, out Caught by Bairstow!! Seemed to be a trap from England and Maxi falls straight into the net like an innocent fish.

Gets a juicy length ball at his hip and thus, Maxi thinks he can whiplash that for a maximum, unlocks his wrists and hits it in the air to the right of YJB at deep square.

YJB though runs swiftly and grabs it sans any fuss. That's more like him, does his job with minimal noise. Didn't realise he was gonna take the catch until the last moment where he jumped into the frame with an air of serenity.

Maxwell c Bairstow b Plunkett 62 64 [4s-4 6s-2]. Plunkett to Maxwell, no run, slower cross seam delivery angling back in at the stumps, Maxi mistimes the drive back to Plunkett.

Plunkett to Maxwell, 2 runs, stands tall and bunts the ball off his toes in the gap wide of extra cover, calls two and makes it with ease.

Plunkett to Agar, 1 run, sticks to good length around off, taps into the covers for a single. Plunkett to Maxwell, 1 run, anything around the hip region will be neatly tucked on the leg-side, Maxi picking his moments.

Willey to Maxwell, 1 run, nails this back of a length off the toe-end and a half-diving-stop from Roy at backward point restrains the batsmen to a single.

Willey to Maxwell, no run, mistimed punch back at the bowler and Willey doesn't hold back, unfurls a throw at Maxi who's forced to take evasive action to evade the line of fire.

The spectators cheer and jeer before the moment evoporates. Willey to Agar, 1 run, floats it full outside off, Agar slams the drive and gets it along the practice pitches on the off-side, Moeen tidies up at sweeper cover to restrict it to a single.

Willey to Maxwell, 1 run, sits nicely on the back foot and helps this length ball square on the leg-side. Willey to Maxwell, no run, shortens his length and drifts it into Maxwell's thigh pad, he fails to get bat on the tickle and takes a ping on the protected region.

Willey to Agar, 1 run, good length slanting in towards off, Agar works a single down to long-on. Playing perfect fiddle to Maxi here.

Plunkett to Maxwell, 2 runs, yorker length, Maxi flicks it off his toes to deep backward square and calls for a risky second.

A better throw would have had Maxwell in trouble. Rashid was the fielder there. Plunkett to Maxwell, FOUR , banged in short on middle, Maxwell had ample time to lean back and swivel-pull that backwards of square leg.

Was all about placement that shot. Plunkett to Agar, 1 run, gets width outside off, Agar cuts it behind point and is happy to hand the strike to his partner.

Plunkett to Agar, no run, bowls the cross-seamer at 83mph, Agar's nearly sucked into the drive and he chips it uppishly in front of mid-off. Plunkett to Agar, no run, angled in on middle and leg, Agar turns it into the leg-side with soft hands.

Plunkett to Agar, no run, fullish on middle, driven back gently at the bowler. Plunkett to Agar, wide , fires a bumper but loses his radar in the process, too far down leg and wided.

Mark Wood to Agar, 1 run, tucks that off his hips through square leg and takes a single. Time to rest my fingers as Mr.

Mark Wood to Agar, 2 runs, the short one again, Agar goes for a pull and gets it off the splice. As the ball eludes mid-wicket and dies down in the deep, the batsmen manage to gather two.

Mark Wood to Agar, no run, the slower delivery, shortish in length on off and Agar decides to defend it off his back foot. Mark Wood to Agar, no run, on a length around off, Agar plays it off his back foot.

Mark Wood to Maxwell, 1 run, short of a length on middle and leg, Maxwell nudges it away to deep square leg and gets a single.

Mark Wood to Maxwell, no run, howzzat? Back of a length around off, Maxwell is stuck in his crease as he tries to tuck it away. The ball hits him on the pads but the impact was too high to be given out.

Plunkett to Agar, no run, back of a length on middle and leg, Agar tucks it away to mid-wicket and Moeen stops it with a dive to avoid the single.

Plunkett to Agar, no run, back of a length outside off, Agar cuts it again but to point. Short of a length outside off and Agar does extremely well to chop it past point.

The fielder in the deep tries hard but can't stop the ball from reaching the fence. Plunkett to Agar, no run, short of a length around off, Agar blocks it down.

On a length on middle and leg, Agar flicks it nicely past mid-on and in no time the ball is away to the fence.

His first one in the past sixteen months, informs IsaGuha on air. This was short in length on middle and leg, Maxwell tucked it to the on side and quickly got to the other end.

No real celebrations, as Maxwell knows his job is not done yet. Mark Wood to Agar, no run, pitched up around off, Agar drives it to long-off and only 1 run off the over.

Mark Wood to Agar, no run, comes from round the wicket and bowls another back of a length delivery, Agar defends it back to the bowler calmly.

Mark Wood to Agar, no run, the quicker bouncer on leg, Agar thinks it's better to get out of the line. Should have been called a wide in my opinion.

Mark Wood to Agar, no run, short of a length and quick outside off, Agar gets rushed by the pace of the delivery as it beats his cut.

Mark Wood to Maxwell, 1 run, the slower delivery, an off-spinner bowled around middle and leg, Maxwell plays it with soft hands to mid-on for a single.

Mark Wood to Maxwell, no run, fullish around off, Maxwell plays a firm straight drive but Wood stops it with right hand. Plunkett to Agar, 2 runs, short and wide outside off, Agar cuts it hard and manages to elude the man at point.

As the ball rolls away in the deep, the batsmen manage come back for two. Plunkett to Agar, no run, on a length around middle and leg, eased back to the bowler by Agar from the crease.

Plunkett to Maxwell, 1 run, half-volley around middle and leg, Maxwell drives it to mid-on for a run again.

Plunkett to Agar, 1 run, short of a length outside off, chopped past point by Agar for a single. Plunkett to Maxwell, 1 run, run stand up!

How important has this partnership been for the Aussies. This was a short delivery that was tapped to the right of point for a single.

Plunkett to Maxwell, no run, fetches the short one from well outside off, ends up miscuing it to mid-on. Mark Wood to Agar, no run, short of a length on middle and leg, Agar tries to defend but gets a leading edge.

The ball falls well short of the man at point though. Mark Wood to Agar, no run, another quick bouncer around leg, Agar sways away again.

Mark Wood to Agar, no run, banged short on leg and Agar ducks underneath. Mark Wood to Maxwell, 1 run, short of a length outside off, Maxwell punches it away to sweeper cover.

Mark Wood to Agar, 1 run, short of a length on middle and leg, Agar tucks it away to deep mid-wicket and moves across to the other end. Mark Wood to Agar, no run, on a length around middle and leg, tapped on mid-on by Agar.

It was on a full length around middle and leg, Maxwell flicked it away from within the crease and the ball raced away to the fence before deep square leg could intercept.

He's done with the spinners, taking on the seamers now! Plunkett to Maxwell, no run, full length delivery around middle and leg, Maxwell drives it to mid-on and a loud 'no' is his call.

Plunkett to Maxwell, no run, another mistimed shot. Tried to play a punch and got an inside edge, back to Plunkett the ball rolls. Plunkett to Maxwell, no run, this was slightly back of a length, Maxwell tried to punch it on the up, ends up mistiming it to the bowler.

Plunkett to Maxwell, no run, another drive by Maxwell against a full length delivery, result is the same as it goes back to Plunkett. Plunkett to Maxwell, no run, starts off with a full length delivery around off, Maxwell drives it straight back and Plunkett gets his hands to it.

Root to Maxwell, 1 run, whips the floated delivery to deep mid-wicket and keeps the strike. Root to Maxwell, no run, nudges the flatter ball to short mid-wicket.

Root to Maxwell, wide , pressure on Root. Fires this one but down the leg side. Root to Maxwell, 1 run, flicks the tossed up delivery to mid-wicket and takes a sensible run.

Slowly bringing the visitors back in the game. Moves away a bit and smokes the flatter delivery over long-off for another impressive six.

Root to Agar, 1 run, drives the tossed up delivery to long-off. Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, end of the spell for Moeen. Maxwell tucked the last ball to wide long-on.

This was tossed up around off, Maxwell moves away and times his chip over long-off. The Big Show trying to spoil Moeen's figures here, 13 runs off the over already.

Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, floated around off, Maxwell blocks it down off his front foot. This was short around off, Maxwell rocks back, transfers his weight on to the back foot to pull it past the fielder at deep mid-wicket.

It was floated around off and Maxwell stands tall to pump it over the fielder at mid-off. Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, short and wide outside off, punched to the man at cover.

Root to Maxwell, 1 run, goes back in the crease to nudge it away to deep square leg. Root to Agar, 1 run, flighted ball outside off, Agar drives it watchfully to long-off.

Root to Agar, no run, flat and quick on middle and leg, flicked to the man at short mid-wicket. Root to Maxwell, 1 run, flicks that tossed up delivery away to fine leg and moves across to the other end.

Root to Agar, 1 run, comes from wide off the crease and fires it outside off, Agar drives it down to long-off and ambles across. Root to Agar, no run, darted around middle and Agar eases it back to Root.

Moeen Ali to Agar, 1 run, pushes the floater away to sweeper cover for a single. Moeen Ali to Agar, no run, this was quicker around off, Agar has punched this one to the right of the bowler.

Moeen Ali to Agar, no run, loopy delivery around off, driven to the man at covers. Moeen Ali to Agar, no run, flighted one around off and it's been firmly driven to fine mid-off.

Moeen Ali to Maxwell, 1 run, waits for the turn and nudges it away to deep square leg for a single. Agar wanted the second too but was sent back by his partner.

Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, floated on middle and leg, Maxwell flicks it to short mid-wicket. Root to Agar, no run, darted on middle and leg, Agar drives it back to Root.

Root to Agar, no run, eases the quicker delivery back to the bowler again. Root to Agar, no run, flatter delivery around off, Agar defends it off his front foot.

Root to Maxwell, 1 run, knocks that down to long-off for a single. Root to Maxwell, 2 runs, goes back in the crease and punches it firmly to cover.

A couple of runs as a result of a slight fumble. Root to Maxwell, 2 runs, a direct hit at the bowler's end and this was close. Maxwell called for two and his partner obliged.

Risky second, to be honest. This was tucked to deep square leg by Maxwell and the batsmen managed to steal the second two. Moeen Ali to Maxwell, 1 run, sweeps the last ball of the over to fine leg, single to end the over.

Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, turning into the batsman as Maxwell punches it to cover. Moeen Ali to Agar, 1 run, waits for the short one as he decides to punch it away to long-off.

Moeen Ali to Agar, no run, tossed up delivery around off, Agar drives it back to Moeen from within the crease.

Moeen Ali to Maxwell, 1 run, that spun in sharply but Maxwell was equally quick to rock back and knock that down to deep mid-off. Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, floater on middle and leg, tucked to short mid-wicket by Maxwell.

Vithushan adds "Maybe it's a lazy assumption, but with so many of these Australians with IPL experience, it's bemusing why they are this poor against the turning ball in limited overs cricket.

Adil Rashid to Agar, no run, floated delivery around off, driven to silly mid-off. Adil Rashid to Maxwell, 1 run, an ugly heave against the googly, ends up getting an inside edge to deep square leg.

Adil Rashid to Maxwell, no run, doesn't leave his crease as he decides to punch this one to cover again. Adil Rashid to Agar, 1 run, drives the tossed up delivery to wide mid-off and hands over the strike to Maxwell.

Adil Rashid to Maxwell, 1 run, is deep in his crease as he chops the short one to deep point. Adil Rashid to Agar, 1 run, nudges the floated delivery in front of square leg.

Here's an equally surprised Vithushan Ehantharajah throwing up an analogy to make sense - I'm not sure how, but Moeen Ali has three wickets already.

It's that he's been able to find turn on an Oval pitch that looked ripe for a plays encounter. The only dismissal that turned was that of Marsh: Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, maiden over!

How quickly did he bowl that over? This was tossed up delivery on middle and leg, Maxwell tucked it to the man at mid-wicket.

English spinners in middle of a magnificent spell, both of them. Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, goes deep in his crease again to punch that away to cover.

Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, tossed up ball around off, Maxwell takes a huge forward stride to dead bat that.

Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, goes back in the crease to punch it towards short cover now. Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, his bottom is off as he punches this one to silly mid-on.

Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, flatter around the off-stump channel, Maxwell shuffles and tucks it to short mid-wicket. Adil Rashid to Agar, no run, very full and tossed up around off, Agar squeezes it back to the bowler.

Excellent over by the leggie. Only two runs and an important wicket in that. Adil Rashid to Agar, no run, floated around middle, Agar knocks it back to Rashid.

Adil Rashid to Stoinis, out Caught by Buttler!! Googly does the trick! This was a wrong' un, slightly outside off, Stoinis goes for a cut only to get a thick outside edge.

Such catches are difficult but Buttler manages to grab it sharply. Spinners are weaving their magic against the Aussies.

First Moeen, now Rashid. The visitors in desperate need of a partnership. Can Agar and Maxwell be that pair to brave them out? Stoinis c Buttler b Adil Rashid 22 32 [6s-1].

Adil Rashid to Maxwell, 1 run, bowls this one a tad quicker, Maxwell picks the length early to go back and punch it down to long-on. Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, a lot of flight on that delivery as Stoinis eases it down to long-off.

Adil Rashid to Stoinis, no run, flat and quick outside off, steered to the man at short third man by Stoinis. Moeen Ali to Maxwell, 2 runs, good running between the wickets on that occasion.

Maxwell was deep in his crease when he tucked the ball away to the leg side. But makes up with his quick pace to gather two runs.

The throw was at the bowler's end, however. Maxwell would have been safe anyways. Moeen Ali to Stoinis, 1 run, angles the floater away to the man at backward point for a single.

Flighted delivery around off, Stoinis walks down the wicket and cleanly strikes it over the long-on fence.

Was a six the moment it left his willow. Moeen Ali to Stoinis, no run, tossed up outside off and Stoinis is on his back foot as he punches it to short cover.

Moeen Ali to Stoinis, no run, straighter and flatter around off, tapped to the man at short mid-wicket by Stoinis.

Moeen Ali to Stoinis, 2 runs, goes down on his knee to easily sweep that away to deep square leg. Comfortably comes back for the second.

Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, another easy single to end the over, camps back and punches it down to long-off. Adil Rashid to Maxwell, 1 run, waits for it before he decides to knock the floater down to long-on.

Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, spinning away from the batsman who punches it away to sweeper cover. Adil Rashid to Maxwell, 1 run, shortish delivery around off, bunts it down to long-off for a single, does Maxwell.

Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, taps the tossed up delivery to short cover and scampers across for a quick run.

Adil Rashid to Stoinis, no run, a leg spinning delivery well outside off again, left alone by Stoinis. Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, bunts the flatter delivery to wide mid-on, end of another successful over for Moeen.

Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, flat and quick well outside off, Maxwell goes for a sweep only to get rapped on the pads. The impact was way outside off, hence no chance of an lbw.

Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, quick and straight around off, Maxwell looks to flick, gets a leading edge to short cover. Moeen Ali to Maxwell, no run, flatter on middle and leg, tucked to the right of short mid this time around.

Moeen Ali to Maxwell, 2 runs, Maxwell off the mark straightaway. Flicks the floater to short mid-wicket and a half-stop by Roy results in a couple of runs.

The trap has its instant effect. The moment the slip has been taken off, Paine tries his extravaganza. Reverses, tries to lep it fine, but there's just enough spit on the ball, bouncing up to take the top-edge and short third man has rarely had easier catches.

Paine has his brain freeze.. Paine c Mark Wood b Moeen Ali 12 19 [4s-1]. Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 2 runs, rocks behind, with hard slapping hands to force it wide of a straightish extra cover.

Adil Rashid to Paine, 1 run, a pressy checked push, taking on a deep cover in the ring. Adil Rashid to Paine, no run, teases him further outside off, Paine watches it spin big.

Adil Rashid to Paine, no run, cleans out his front leg, stooping into his drive as he slices it to extra cover. Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, adjusts to the back of a length in reading it off the pitch as he punches it out to long-off.

Adil Rashid to Paine, 1 run, entices him with the drift outside off, skews it away off the outside half towards point. Moeen Ali to Stoinis, no run, cleanly driven through the line, from the pitch of it to long-off.

Moeen Ali to Stoinis, no run, skips down for a whip through mid-wicket.. Moeen Ali to Stoinis, no run, another one of those defensive drives, back to the bowler.

Moeen Ali to Stoinis, no run, breaking up off the pitch, spitting up as it finds Stoinis' splice in a tuck towards mid-wicket. Moeen Ali to Paine, 1 run, spinning in on middle, Punched straight down the ground.

Adil Rashid to Paine, 1 run, on the move forward, straight batting it to long-off. Adil Rashid to Paine, no run, stays put on his back foot now, reading it off the turf as he carefully threads it to leg.

Adil Rashid to Paine, no run, through him. Big gap between his bat and pad as Paine presses out on a flashy drive. The googly though fizzes through, just past off.

Adil Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, from the front of the hand. Stoinis adjusts to the line, nudging behind square.

Adil Rashid to Stoinis, no run, floated up on off. Bunted down the ground. Adil Rashid to Paine, 1 run, punches it to cover, where Roy's sloppy to let it pop up.

Moeen Ali to Paine, 1 run, and again. Keeps long-on busy, but this time off the back foot. Moeen Ali to Stoinis, 1 run, tossed up further.

Gets his front leg out to whip it straight down to long-on. Moeen Ali to Stoinis, no run, another back shuffle, getting his hands up high with a pointed bat.

Moeen Ali to Stoinis, no run, rocks back, high elbowing it to mid-on. Moeen Ali to Paine, no run, on the move, skipping down.

A touch too close as the dip's rather full. Adil Rashid to Stoinis, no run, quick in-slider. An equally hurried tap down for Rashid to clean up.

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