AUS vs ENG, Innings Report: Australia’s second innings in the Lord’s Test has been reduced to 279 runs. In this way, England has got a target of 371 runs to win the match. In the second innings for Australia, opener Usman Khawaja scored the highest 77 runs in 187 balls. While Marnus Labushen played an inning of 30 runs in 51 balls. Apart from this, Steve Smith contributed 34 runs in 62 balls. For England, fast bowler Stuart Broad took the maximum 4 wickets.
England set a target of 371 to win the Lord’s Test
Josh Tongue and Ollie Robinson got 2-2 successes. While James Anderson and Ben Stokes took 1-1 wickets. However, there is a target of 371 runs in front of England to win the Lord’s Test. At the same time, Australia defeated England in the first test. In this way, the Kangaroo team is ahead 1-0 in the 5 Test series. By winning this match, Pat Cummins’ team would like to take a 2-0 lead. While the hosts would like to return to the England series.
What happened in the Lord’s Test so far?
On the other hand, talking about this match, Australia, coming out to bat first, scored 416 runs in the first innings. Steve Smith played a brilliant century for Australia. Steve Smith scored 110 runs in 184 balls. Apart from this, opener David Warner contributed 66 runs in 88 balls. Oli Robinson and Josh Tongue took 3-3 wickets for England. While two routes took 2 wickets in their name. Apart from this, James Anderson and Stuart Broad got 1-1 success.
England’s first innings was reduced to 325 runs. Opener Ben Duckett played the highest innings of 98 runs for England. While Harry Brook scored 50 runs. Apart from this, Jack Crowley contributed 48 runs. Ollie Pope became the victim of Cameron Green after scoring 42 runs off 63 balls. Fast bowler Mitchell Starc took the most 3 wickets for Australia. While Josh Hazlewood and Travis Head got 2-2 success. Apart from this, Pat Cummins, Nathan Lyon and Cameron Green took 1-1 wickets.
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