The Ashes 2017 3rd test day 4 full match highlights

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The Ashes 2017 3rd test day 4 full match highlights



The Ashes 2017 3rd test day 4 full match highlights is in front of you,The 3rd Test match between Australia vs England continues today, where Australia declared their innings on 662/9  on the fourth day today.

The Ashes 2017 3rd test day 4 full match highlights
The Ashes 2017 3rd test day 4 full match highlights

 

AUSTRALIA DECLARED INNINGS ON 662/9 LEADS 259

Earlier, Australia started their innings today and Captain Steve Smith did not do much and was out for 239

Mitchell Marsh was also out for 181,Later, wicketkeeper Tim Paine hit 49 and Pat Cummins 41 runs

Apart from this, a batsman could not do anything special and when the entire team was on 662/9 runs, captain Steve Smith declared the innings

After declaring innings, Australia had taken 259 lead on England

ENGLAND BOWLING

The English bowlers were not able to bowl very well till yesterday, they returned and James Anderson took 4 wickets

Anderson then dismissed skipper Steve Smith  first then after Mitchell Marsh then dismissed Pat Cummins and Nathan Lyon.

James Anderson rested England out of captain Steve Smith and Mitchell Marsh

Other English bowler could not do something special today

ENGLAND BATTING ii INNINGS

In reply England did not start well and they lost their 2 wickets soon

Josh Hejelwood sent the pair of Alastair Cook and Mark Stonman to the pavilion very soon

The first wicket fell in the form of a stoneman then England were 4 for runs and the second wicket on 29 runs in the form of Alastair Cook

Captain Joe Root and James Vince are continuing the batting order from England at this time.

At this time, England made 56 runs for 2 wickets

Captain Joe Root also fell in the wicket, Nathan Lyon caught by Steve Smith, he contributed only 14 runs for his team.

England’s position has worsened due to three wickets falling on 71/3

POSITION OF TEAMS

If compared to the captains of both the teams, then the English captain does not end up in front of the Australian captain, where another captain Steve Smith scored double century to reach his team 662 runs, as much praise as the captain Steve Smith would be less

This time the tea break is going on, England lost their three wickets on 71 runs and still they are 188 runs behind Australia

 

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