<noframe>Twitter: Jonathan Agnew - If the ICC still fail to see what a stupid bad light rule they have introduced, they never will. Not least because it's not going to last forever, especially if this report about the wonderful Andy Flower stepping down in the winter is true. It was an immense feat of physical and particularly mental strength, up there with the the finest performances by an England bowler in the last 30 years. See you in half an hour for the afternoon session. Ashes 2013: England v Australia, fifth Test day five report Australia (492-9dec & 111-6dec) draw with England (377 & 206-5) I love this ground, man. It was a simple enough dismissal: he tried to drive a fullish outswinger and edged it straight to second slip. Joe Root. England vs Australia: 2013 Ashes 5th Test cricket live scores, blog - Day 2. I'm really not sure this support will help him. "I would not want to be umpire," says Nasser. "Not sure 2011 against India was that much of a collective - even when England scored over 700, two players scored over 50% of the runs, and in the 591 two players scored over 69% of the runs. The length probably wasn't right for the shot. OVER 22: ENG 96/2 (Trott 41* Pietersen 9*) Pietersen clips Faulkner in the air but wide of short midwicket for four. And I very nearly regretted tempting fate thus when he clipped his first ball, from Ryan Harris, this far short of Faulkner at short midwicket. Ballance or Carberry would be added to my squad as an extra bat. Smith screwed the shot and it was an easy catch for Swann. Anyway, I've just been round Felbrigg Hall National Trust and spotted this chap on the wall. So get down to the Oval and start the party England fans... <a href="http://search.twitter.com/search?q=Ashes" target="_blank">#Ashes</a>.</noframe> 1030 What would be your highlight of the series? By Paul Newman for the Daily Mail. He hasn't batted well but he's there to keep wicket, which isn't the most glamorous of jobs, and I have to go a long way back to recall anything as good to watch." I think they need to take an even bigger risk to tempt England: 180 in 60, something like that. OVER 25: ENG 112/2 (Trott 43* Pietersen 23*) Australia offer Pietersen a single on the leg side. He lured Alastair Cook into another prod outside off-stump first time round and stopped KP from winning the match second time round. "This is the game, right here, the next five or six overs with Kevin Pietersen at the crease," says Andrew Strauss. "There's plenty of chat out there again," says Mike Atherton. 1102 The rumours are true: play will start at 1130, with potentially 98 overs to be bowled. We all want to feel special; we don't want to feel like a special case. I'm not sure Kerrigan is going to get a bowl. Suneer Chowdhary Roar Guru . Peter Siddle – He demanded respect with a lovely line and length that pulled batsmen forward but was never quite there to drive. That takes the lead to 226, and there are 44 overs remaining. Maybe you just have a pre-series shootout between Bairstow and Taylor, or whoever they pick. <noframe>Twitter: Michael Vaughan - I reckon a 1130 start .. Too fast, too straight, too much. The light is fast becoming an issue, and the possibility of a farcical anti-climax should not be discounted. WICKET! Thanks lads, as a Pom living in Oz, I have come out nine six packs of Coopers Pale Ale to the good! Bell smashed the seventh ball of the over (because of the no-ball) back at Starc, who stopped it with his boot, picked the ball and threw the stumps and Bell dived desperately back towards his ground. He sits alongside Rod Marsh, who was responsible for the demise of 28 Englishmen in 1982-83. ), and poor teams or lacking in confidence teams will find a way to lose. Is something brilliant happening? At the risk of contradicting absolutely everything I've said so far today, this might just be on: Trott flicks a lovely boundary up and over square leg before crunching three more over the two short midwickets. If England win this game, this innings will be a neat little brother to his 158 on this ground in 2005. Rather like fellow newbie Chris Woakes, it's hard to see him as third seamer unless he develops more pace or movement, but he is a useful man to have in a squad and has the heart to build on some already impressive contributions in the one day stuff. And in that series, Bresnan scored 53 not out, 11 and 90." One can't help thinking he's still itching to get the ball through midwicket, but if he can resist, he'll be a real asset to this still fragile batting order. Woakes scampers consecutive twos to keep England ticking along. England need 131 from 132 balls. Mind you, he'd give up all those catches for another 15 runs at Trent Bridge. It was also the day he went from very good to truly great. They have become dependent on one great performance either in an innings (Pietersen at Galle, Headingley and Mumbai) or a series (Cook in India, Bell here). OVER 19: AUS 86-6 (Clarke 15* Starc 1*) Still no sign of Chris Rogers, who has gone the reverse Mark Richardson route in one innings: from opener to No9. This is getting slightly strange; surely Australia don't seriously think they can win this? OVER 34: ENG 163/2 (target 227 from 44 overs; Trott 53* Pietersen 62*) Faulkner is bowling beautifully, with lots of yorkers and slower balls. Moments later he is caught by Swann at long-on. 1333 This will be a two-and-a-half-hour afternoon session, with tea at 1610. "Can you or one of the armchair experts PLEASE explain to me why we shouldn't have a go at this? Disingenuous poppycock. The Very Last Word. Kevin Pietersen – The reticence of his celebration of his first innings 50 (and the contrast with the skunk-haired jubilation of his 150 eight years ago) said much about his opinion of the pitch and his inability to get going. : "Granted Rob that they haven’t functioned as a collective for a while, yet the results continue to flow.... and I agree with Tim Holland, and bizarrely, Geoff Boycott (I never thought I’d see the day!) But it's clever PR nonetheless, especially in view of what has happened over the last few days. 1427 You have to love Michael Clarke. They need 53 from the last eight. Cook times the fourth ball, from Ryan Harris, through midwicket for four and works the final delivery to the same area for another boundary. Are they allowed any flexibility? This time last year the England dressing-room had a complete breakdown in their relationship with Kevin Pietersen. Alastair Cook. (On standby with the Performance Squad, among others: Compton, Woakes, Davies, Rankin, Kerrigan.). That's Haddin's 29th dismissal of the summer, a record for a single Test series. England and Australia wait anxiously for the ultimate cricketing clash of the year. "There's plenty of rattle out there," says Mike Atherton, who has access to the stump cam. Pietersen reinforces that judgement with a spanking drive, again in the air but past the flying Rogers at extra cover. The Ashes Zone - which looked a bit naff on the first day - has been even better than the cricket at times, and the masterclasses have been must-see TV. OVER 118: ENG 251/4 (Bell 29* Woakes 19*) Bell needs 71 runs to become the first man to make four centuries in an Ashes series since Peter Such Sir Donald Bradman in 1930. BAD LIGHT STOPS PLAY. Monday, 6 January 2014. Two balls later he works a nice boundary through midwicket. He thick-edges a good outswinger from Broad all along the floor to gully, and then there's an appeal for caught behind from a very full delivery. We don't have a No6, and the top seven haven't really functioned as a collective since that India series two years ago. It seems Australia will bat to tea - ten more minutes - and then maybe declare. Got one to straighten to nail Trott LBW first time round and was rather gifted another wicket by KP. At this point I think I can answer my own question in over 18. That said, I would love it - love it - if England chased it down as it would put a stop to a campaign against Alastair Cook that is becoming a little unpleasant. The tour leaves in October he has to be shown fit by late September at the latest - with a back stress fracture I have big doubts about this. The law is an ass, not the umpires. That's an interesting move. That was a breezy, enjoyable knock from Prior: 47 from 56, with a nice hint of arrogance. Add 500. England need 61 from 54 balls. Ryan Harris has left the field through injury, with Shane Watson taking over with the ball. Rating: 5. Mitchell Starc is the new batsman. Should Flower go? What do the umpires do? Later in the over he is beaten, trying to cut a ball that keeps a touch low and cramps him for room. England need 142 from 26 overs. OVER 119: ENG 256/4 (Bell 29* Woakes 23*) Woakes is struggling against Starc. He bowled all but one of his deliveries to Watson (176) and Steve Smith (138*), so it was a tough baptism. I will head to cloud nine to eat the humblest pie if England do win. OVER 22: AUS 100-6 (Clarke 22* Starc 8*) Starc mows Swann not far short of Pietersen at long off and then blitzes a boundary straight down the ground. Two balls later a vicious delivery from Lyon to Trott hits body and possibly glove before landing safely on the off side. OVER 20: AUS 89-6 (Clarke 17* Starc 2*) Three from Swann's over. I'd argue the batting hasn't been the same since 2011. Because you can't keep a man with his gifts at bay for long, KP's violent assault in the second innings showed what he can do. Anyway, we shall see. In the future, between pangs of conscience over that haircut, those red trousers and those stolen penny sweets, thousands of cricket fans in this country will regret their attitude in the summer of 2013, when England won the Ashes 3-0 and all we did was bitch and moan. He was endearingly proud of his maiden century in his post-play interview – and why not. The chaps on Sky have just informed us that only three sides in Test history have won chasing over 200 at more than five an over - and only one of those three was against the clock, when the fielding side could bowl wide and put as many men as they liked on the boundary. He bowled quickly and used his bouncer well, showing that he'll have plenty of ammunition when the entire nation follows Darren Lehmann's crass rallying call to get after him Down Under. And if, IF they do it, they will travel to Australia to play against a team who have thought they were improving but have been sent to their basket like a whupped dog.". especially if this report about the wonderful Andy Flower stepping down in the winter is true. by Charles Reynolds on Aug 8, 2013 at 9:55 PM. He ended the series having biffed 126 handy runs at almost a run a ball; those runs may be more crucial in the return series. This is how people have instinctively reacted to the events of the summer, and there's not much anyone can do to change that. Ashes 2013: England win series 3-0 after bad light ends Oval Test. I'm all for challenging the prevailing wisdom - there's nothing wrong with burying your Coco Pops under curry sauce - but this seems a bit much, no? Watson drives him over long-on for a huge six, smears four more through midwicket and then gets a leading edge over the slip cordon for another boundary. OVER 11: ENG 47/1 (Cook 20* Trott 15*) Cook cuts Lyon for four. They need 164 from 28 overs. He will be the key man for Australia if this goes to the wire. They can't make the law up as they go along. Fair? I agree that Stokes is a more realistic option at No6 at Woakes, although I don't think he's ready yet. Alastair Cook is on his way, although this might be a blessing in disguise as it brings Kevin Pietersen to the crease. The pressure may be alleviated for the batsmen as the attack would neuter any opposition run chase...". How good is Ryan Harris? <noframe>Twitter: Tim Bresnan - Can't wait to lift the little urn later. Against that, I suppose the last decade has told us that far more is possible with the bat in Test cricket than we previously thought, so maybe this is winnable. Cook decides not to review; replays show he was right. We think that's the end of the match. Pietersen drives the new bowler Faulkner to reach a stunning half-century from 36 balls, the fastest ever by an England batsman in an Ashes Test. Oh my goodness. Looked much more fluent in the second innings, two decent knocks. OVER 13: ENG 56/1 (Cook 21* Trott 23*) Three from Lyon's over. Shane Watson – He modified his technique by standing a little further towards the offside and presenting the front pad more alongside the line of the ball (rather than on it), allowing him to use his power to swing through the line and not across it. They all seem pretty happy with life, and so they should. OVER 24: ENG 105/2 (Trott 42* Pietersen 17*) Australia are in a bit of trouble here. The crowd recognised that with a wonderful reception when he came out to bat, but his confidence will need a careful reconstruction after a chastening first taste of Test cricket. Rating: 7. Prior steers the next ball to third man for four. He was rewarded with 176 runs at first drop, with his first morning of ODI scoring the highlight. • Match drawn in controversial circumstances• Amazing final day at The Oval• England all out 377, trail by 115• Australia declare on 111/6 at tea• England's target: 227 from 44 overs• Haddin sets world record with 29th catch• KP larrups England's fastest Ashes fifty• Bad light stops play with England needing 21• Scoreboard | HawkEye analysis. We have around 15 minutes to lunch; no word of a lie. Bell walked across his stumps to Faulkner, who was bowling around the wicket, and got a thin tickle down the leg side. <noframe>Twitter: Nick Hoult - They say Australia have forgotten how to win. He still fancies getting something from this game - or he at least fancies a few mind games ahead of Brisbane - and has promoted Shane Watson up the order. OVER 9: ENG 39/1 (Cook 16* Trott 11*) Here comes Nathan Lyon. It's almost hard to comprehend quite how good a series he has had. Alastair Cook comes out to bat. OVER 121: ENG 267/4 (Bell 40* Woakes 23*) In reference to Adam Ford's email below, can you think of any Test matches in which an entire XI has fired? A lifetime's ambition realised, but with the whiff of cynicism and a nagging sense of personal underachievement hanging in the air. Every Pietersen run is being greeted by lusty cheers. OVER 12: AUS 49/2 (Faulkner 5* Haddin 0*) The new batsman is Brad Haddin. OVER 19: ENG 86/1 (Cook 34* Trott 40*) A quiet over from Lyon, just one from it. OVER 122: ENG 269/5 (Bell 40* Prior 0*) The new batsman is Matt Prior, who needs a score after making just 86 runs in the series. See you next week for the return series in Australia. It formed part of the 2013 Australian tour of England, which also included the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy, five One Day Internationals and two Twenty20 Internationals.. Bye! Australia are brazenly wasting time now. Brad Haddin – He came in and got on with it, timing the ball as well as any on the slowish pitch. It was a bit like, that famous Alec Stewart catch to dismiss Brian Lara in 1995. : Haddin didn't have to dive quite as far, but then unlike Stewart he was going the wrong way. It's been a strange series, hasn't it? England are having some fun with the bat. Passed fifty for the first time since Lord's in the first innings. <noframe>Twitter: Damien Martyn - Outstanding Australia <a href="http://www.twitter.com/MClarke23" target="_blank">@MClarke23</a> <a href="http://www.twitter.com/darren_lehmann" target="_blank">@darren_lehmann</a> positive thoughtful cricket moving the game forward .. I wholeheartedly salute Cook and his England team for the fantastic way they have not only won, but failed to lose a Test this series. Let's at least try to enjoy it. Walter Mitty could barely have played better. Replays show he was comfortably outside the line. It's an improvement on what he called Cook at the start of the series. Prior thought it was out; the rest weren't so sure. Jimmy Anderson: "I don't think we'll be leaving the dressing-room for quite some time. Seems they haven't forgotten how to lose.</noframe> OVER 18: ENG 85/1 (Cook 33* Trott 40*) James Faulkner replaces Michael Clarke. They're on a long unbeaten run now - 13 Tests I think, which equals England's best since the early 1970s, when they went three years and 26 Tests without defeat. "Warne's comments are always good for a laugh but his latest is best in show. Australia should declare now. OVER 133: ENG 314/6 (Prior 30* Broad 8*) Three from Faulkner's over. Just three runs from Harris's over, and that vital wicket. Today they lift the Ashes. James Faulkner – With much talk about the impact of the Big Bash on Australian batting, he came to the crease twice and played two Twenty20 style innings – which was the unselfish thing to do, especially on debut. You can ignore the entry for Over 10. It hit him in line and would have hit leg stump. Just three singles from the over, including a slice from Pietersen that feel not far short of Siddle at deep cover. Scyld Berry reflects on a slightly disappointing series. Apparently the law has changed since the flippin' murder of 1996. The Man of the Series has to be Bell, with Harris as Australia's MotS. Oogatz fair. Getty Images Home » The Ashes 2013 5th Test. If even someone as relentlessly pessimistic as you thinks it’s on then I’m of to get some celebratory beer.". The match has converted from a Test to a limited over format. OVER 27: ENG 124/2 (target 227 from 44 overs; Trott 46* Pietersen 32*) Trott works Lyon nicely between mid on and midwicket for two. Andrew Strauss thinks England will have a go and then abort the chase if they lose early wickets. It was a routine wicket, with Anderson edging a big drive at Faulkner. Is this actually happening? Shane Warne on why England have lost the fear factor. Ten of his summer's 14 innings have terminated in the No Man's Land between 23 and 76. You can't summon goodwill at, er, will. I think Clarke is going to set something stupid with an excessively macho declaration. If England do somehow win this, they will at a stroke obliterate all the negativity of the last few days. I don't know who writes his scripts, but the winning runs would be a decent end to the greatest series of his life. 2013 Ashes: 5th Test - Player Ratings England. Considering on what happened on day 2 of the fifth and the final Ashes Test, Australia are on their way to winning the series 5-0, unless and until the English batsmen come up with a … Watson has restored a little order, mind you, and drags the required rate back above a run a ball by conceding just three from his second over. It's official: THIS IS ON. Ian Bell – It was a quiet end to the series of his life. You can score a hatful of runs and still lose Test matches (Adelaide comes to mind), but if you can reduce the opposition to 200 all out, scoring 300 is a good lead... You are quite right though, it is all about personal preference, and it is hard to argue against four bowlers in the last few years, I'm just mindful of a bowler having a bit of mare, and then the workload increases hugely for the other three due to the lack of cover.". , a cracking stroke - but then he's taken superbly by Matt Prior. OVER 3: AUS 4/0 (Warner 4* Watson 0*) Australia have half their team padded up, including Smith, Faulkner and Haddin. It was a fine delivery: fast, full and reversing through the gate to knock the middle stump over as Broad went for a big drive. With a little more help at the other end, he might have ended up with more than his five wickets, but would probably have settled for that after some lacklustre performances since his huge effort at Trent Bridge. Make that 20 from eight; he has just driven Lyon sweetly over long-off for six! "Matt Prior: "I'm gonna have a beer mate.". Clarke is nosing around, waving his hands and shouting the odds. The 2013 Ashes series was a series of Test cricket matches contested between England and Australia for the Ashes. At the moment I'd say the batting is our weak point, not the bowling, so I'd be loath to weaken it further. He pulls Starc's first ball for four, drives another majestic boundary through the covers and flicks the next ball to fine leg for another. Match has reached at a very interesting stage. Ashes 2013: Fifth Test, day three in pictures 177398006.jpg. Root is young and talented enough to work it out. Knowing that Root had been boxed up in the first innings, he tossed them up and induced a poor stroke – an excellent dismissal of a set batsman with an old ball. Catch live and fully detailed scorecard of England vs Australia, 5th Test, Aug 21, The Ashes 2013 on Cricbuzz If England really go for it, the risk of losing is significantly greater than the chance of winning - sufficiently greater to justify not doing so. That would be an interesting test for them actually, given all the moralising about England's timewasting. Not that this invalidates the bitching and moaning; quite the contrary. <noframe>Twitter: James Taylor - You've just got to love swannys batting!! ... 5th Test: Match drawn, The Oval. He pulls Harris for four with authority and snicks the next ball wide of gully for another boundary. Alastair Cook – I think the word is "conflicted". Haddin plunged to his left to take a wonderful one-handed catch just above the turf. He's going to. OVER 20: ENG 86/2 (Trott 40* Pietersen 0*) A wicket maiden for James Faulkner, just the order-restorer Australia needed. Just three from that over. A screaming hoick across the line brings two more. As a rule, yes he is, but I'm not buying it today. If, as seems likely, he will spend time batting with strokemakers pretty much all the way down to Nathan Lyon, his low-risk, no-backlift style will be crucial in balancing the order come the return series. OVER 128: ENG 298/5 (Bell 45* Prior 24*) Siddle comes on at the other end, to replace Harris. That top six doesn't look too hot. Ashes 2013: 5th Test, day 2, afternoon session: England reach Tea on 181 for three after glacial early scoring. Thanks very much for your company on the liveblog over the last seven weeks. The next ball goes for four as well, although this time it's a bouncer that hist Swann on the shoulder and flew away to the fine-leg boundary. 1015 Some breakfast reading. OVER 126: ENG 289/5 (Bell 43* Prior 17*) Prior seems intent on hitting his way back into form. David Warner retrieves the ball, prompting some shadow boxing in the crowd. OVER 135: ENG 329/7 (Prior 30* Swann 10*) Swann, turned round, edges his first ball through the slips for four and clouts his second over midwicket for two. This game is old and funny. Ashes 2013: England v Australia 5th Test – LIVE! He played forward defensively and held the pose, unaware that the ball was rolling back towards the stumps. Later in the over he flogs a disdainful boundary down the ground. OVER 8: ENG 37/1 (Cook 17* Trott 10*) Peter Siddle is on for Mitchell Starc. OVER 36: ENG 174/4 (target 227 from 44 overs; Bell 4* Woakes 1*) The new batsman is Chris Woakes. Graeme Swann – He snared a couple of lefties at the top and bottom of the order, but lacked a little of the fizzing snap that characterises both his bowling and his personality when in peak form. If he can stay fit – and his role in Twenty20 cricket must surely be attenuated to that end – he should be at his peak in the next three years. David Warner – Missed out back at the top of the order, but charged about in the field and looked part of the Australian furniture – the tiresome boos have gone too. Follow The Ashes 2013 and 5000+ competitions on Scoreboard.com! Come on boys!! And don't forget that you can bowl a lot wider in a Test than you can in an ODI. The crowd are going to lose the plot if the umpires take the players off. OVER 140: ENG 367/8 (Swann 25* Anderson 4*) Anderson is dropped by Haddin off Siddle! Mitchell Starc replaces James Faulkner and Pietersen assaults his first ball down the ground for four. Simon Kerrigan – Maybe he was as surprised as everyone else by his shock inclusion, but he should not have been surprised to see Shane Watson looking to hit him off a length. BY CHARLES REYNOLDS. Go home, there's nothing to see here. Double it again. He kept taking catches too, eventually bagging the record number of dismissals in an Ashes series. Haddin goes for a golden duck. 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