Eng vs Aus Ashes 2023 : Australia need 174 more runs; Kangaroos 107 for 3 | leader

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Birmingham; News Agency: In the first Test match of the Ashes series against Australia, England scored 273 all out and challenged Australia to 281 runs. In reply, Australia reached 107 for 3 at the end of the day. Australia now need 174 more runs to win this match and they have 7 wickets left. (Eng vs Aus Ashes 2023)

England started the game on Monday with a score of 28 for 2 on the fourth day of the match. However, after that Ollie Pope (14), Joe Root (46) and Harry Brook (46) were dismissed at regular intervals. Ollie Pope became the first batsman to be dismissed on the day. Cummins ended his innings by blasting Pope for a triple on a penetrating yorker. (Eng vs Aus Ashes 2023)

Next, Joe Root and Harry Brooke, who contributed 46 runs each, put on a 52-run partnership for the fourth wicket. Root was then caught by wicketkeeper Karekarvi as Lyon advanced to try to hit a big shot to the legside. Root could not hide his disappointment after Carey destroyed the wicket. After his dismissal, the silence among the fans was understandable. It was Lyon’s first wicket of the day. (Eng vs Aus Ashes 2023)

Harry Brooke also became another friend of Lyons. Like Root, Brooke was disappointed after having to bounce back from the half-century mark. His attempt to sweep misses and Labuschagne, deployed at midwicket, takes an easy catch. When Brook was dismissed, England were 150 for 5. Later he reached 273 all out.

Brief scoreboard

  • England First Innings: Declared at 393 for 8.
  • Australia First Innings: 386 runs all out.
  • England Second Innings: 273 all out (Joe Root 46, Harry Brooke 46, Ben Stokes 43. Pat Cummins 4/63, Nathan Lyon 4/80).
  • Australia Second Innings: 107 for 3 in 30 overs. (Usman Khawaja 34 not out, Warner 36, Boland 13 not out. Broad 2/28, Robinson 1/22.)

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