Edgbaston Test 4th Day Report: The play on the fourth day of the Edgbaston Test is over. The Australian team’s score is 107 runs for 3 wickets after the end of the fourth day’s play. At this time Usman Khawaja and Scott Boland are at the crease for Australia. At the same time, Pat Cummins-led Australia will have to score 174 runs on the fifth day to win the match. Usman Khawaja is playing by scoring 34 runs, while Night Watchman Scott Bowland is playing by scoring 13 runs. For England, fast bowler Stuart Broad took the most 2 wickets. While Oli Robinson took 1 wicket in his name.
David Warner and Usman Khawaja made a great start
Opener David Warner and Usman Khawaja added 61 runs for the first wicket for Australia. While Australia got the second blow on the score of 78 runs. At the same time, the Kangaroo team got the third blow on the score of 89 runs. Opener David Warner became the victim of Oli Robinson after scoring 36 runs. While Marnus Labushen was dismissed by Stuart Broad after scoring 13 runs. After this, Steve Smith went on to score 6 runs. Stuart Broad dismisses Steve Smith.
England’s second innings was reduced to 273 runs
Earlier, England’s second innings was all out for 273 runs. Joe Root and Harry Brook contributed 46-46 runs for England. While apart from this, captain Ben Stokes played an innings of 43 runs. Captain Pat Cummins and Nathan Lyon took 4-4 wickets for Australia. While Josh Hazlewood and Scott Bowland got 1-1 success.
Significantly, after winning the toss, England came out to bat first and declared their innings by scoring 393 runs for 8 wickets. Joe Root played a century for England. In response to England’s 393 runs, Australia scored 386 runs in the first innings. In this way, the England team got a lead of 7 runs. Opener Usman Khawaja played a century for Australia. While Travis Head and Alex Carey crossed the fifty-run mark. At the same time, the England team was reduced to 273 runs in its second innings.
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