Updated:Jul 14, 2021 8:00 am
Tuesday’s action saw both Joey Evison and Jack Leach take 5-wicket hauls, Kiran Carlson and Chris Cooke break a partnership record for Glamorgan and Kent getting a double-hundred opening partnership. We also look at the third One-Day International between England and Pakistan at Edgbaston.
England vs Pakistan
England would win the toss and elected to field first.
Fakhar Zaman would be caught by Zak Crawley off the bowling of Saqib Mahmood for 6 before Imam-ul-Haq would be bowled by Matt Parkinson for 56. Mohammad Rizwan would be caught behind by John Simpson off the bowling of Brydon Carse for 74 before Sohaib Maqsood would be caught by James Vince off the same bowler for 8.
Hasan Ali would be caught by Crawley off the bowling of Carse for 4 before Faheem Ashraf would be bowled by Mahmood for 10. Shabab Khan would be caught by Simpson off Mahmood’s final ball for a golden duck before Babar Azam would be caught by Dawid Malan off the bowling of Carse for 158. Shaheen Shah Afridi would be caught by Vince off the same bowler for a golden duck with Saud Shakeel (3) and Haris Rauf (0) the not out batsmen.
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Malan would be caught behind by Rizwan off the bowling of Ali without scoring before Phil Salt would be caught by Zaman off the bowling of Rauf for 37. Crawley would be bowled by the same bowler for 39 before Stokes would be caught by Rizwan off Khan’s bowling for 32.
Simpson would be LBW to the same bowler for 3 before a 129-run sixth-wicket between Vince and Lewis Gregory would end with the former caught by Azam off Rauf’s bowling for 102 (his first century for England in this format). Gregory would be the final wicket to fall as he was caught by Khan off the bowling of Rauf for 77 – Craig Overton (18) and Carse (12) not out as England would win with a couple of overs to spare.
England would win the 3-match series with a whitewash.
PAK 331/9 (50 overs), ENG 332/7 (48 overs)
Durham vs Nottinghamshire
Resuming on 312/9, the visitors would add 16 to their score before Liam Patterson-White would be bowled by Chris Rushworth for 73 – Luke Fletcher finishing on 17 not out.
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Cameron Bancroft would be LBW to Stuart Broad for a 3-ball duck before Michael Jones would fall the same way for 5. David Bedingham would be LBW to Joey Evison for 30 before Sean Dickson would be caught behind by Joe Clarke off the same bowler without scoring.
Scott Borthwick would be caught by Brett Hutton off the bowling of Evison for 38 before Ned Eckersley would follow 2 balls later without scoring to the same bowler. Ben Raine would be caught by Lyndon James off the bowling of Evison for 12 (Evison would finish with 5/21) before Jack Burnham would be bowled by Fletcher for 23. Matt Salisbury would be caught by Hutton off the bowling of Patterson-White for 4 with Rushworth the final wicket to fall as he was caught by Slater off the bowling of Broad for 5 – Matty Potts finishing on 27 not out.
Slater would be caught behind by Eckersley off he bowling of Potts for 19 before Ben Compton would be caught by Jones off the bowling of Salisbury for 20. Clarke would be caught by Bancroft off the bowling of Potts for 16 before James would be bowled by Salisbury without scoring with Haseeb Hameed would be the final wicket to fall as he was bowled by Borthwick for 58 – Evison (4) and Steven Mullaney (0) not out at close.
NOT 312/9 (96 overs) & 125/5 (42 overs), DUR 165 (54.1 overs)
Bonus points: DUR 3, NOT 6
Worcestershire vs Warwickshire
Resuming on 152/2, the hosts would add 51 before Jack Haynes would be caught by Craig Miles off the bowling of Matt Lamb for 65 with Daryl Mitchell would be LBW to Liam Norwell for 113. Brett D’Oliviera would be caught by Michael Burgess off the bowling of Will Rhodes for 18 before Ben Cox would be caught & bowled by the same bowler for 1.
Joe Leach would be caught by Burgess off the bowling of Yates for 34 before Ish Sodhi would be the final wicket to fall as he was caught by Jake Lintott off the bowling of Lamb for 13 – Barnard (98) and Adam Finch (29) resuming in the morning.
WAR 395 (120.2 overs), WOR 415/8 (163 overs)
Bonus points: WOR 4, WAR 6
Gloucestershire vs Hampshire
Resuming on 270/5, the visitors would move the score to 361 before Lewis McManus would be caught by Ryan Higgins off the bowling of George Scott for 39 with Keith Barker caught by a sub fielder off the bowling of Glenn Phillips for 31 – Nick Gubbins (137) and Mason Crane (13) not out when the declaration came.
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Miles Hammond would be bowled by Crane for 15 before Scott would be caught by Ian Holland off the same bowler for 29. James Bracey would be the final wicket to fall as he was bowled by Kyle Abbott for 8 with Tom Lace (25) and Phillips (16) not out at stumps.
GLO 229 (73.4 overs) & 107/3 (53 overs), HAM 486/7 dec (143 overs)
Bonus points: GLO 2, HAM 6
Middlesex vs Leicestershire
Resuming on 174/5, the visitors would add 21 to their overnight score before Ben Mike would be caught behind by White off the bowling of Daryl Mitchell for 10 with Callum Parkinson would be dismissed by the same combination for 1. Ed Barnes would be caught by Robbie White off the bowling of James Harris for 4 before Ethan Bamber took the final 2 wickets, firstly Colin Ackermann would be bowled by 82 before Will Davis would be caught by Joe Cracknell for 11.
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Sam Robson would be caught by Ackermann off the bowling of Davis for 4 before Joshua de Caires would be caught by the same fielder off the bowling of Sakande for 2. Max Holden would be dismissed for a golden duck off the first ball of Davis’ next over (caught by Josh Inglis) before Cracknell would be caught by Ackermann off the same bowler for 7 – Middlesex sitting at 17/4 at this point.
Mitchell would be LBW to Mike for 23 before White would be caught by Barnes off the bowling of Parkinson for 34. Harris would be the final wicket to fall, LBW to Barnes, for 26 with Steve Eskinazi and Nathan Sowter finishing on 53 and 10 respectively.
MID 324 (108.4 overs) & 176/7 (73 overs), LEI 228 (61 overs)
Bonus points: MID 4, LEI 3
Surrey vs Somerset
Resuming on 24/0, the hosts would move the score to 98 before Rory Burns would be caught by Jack Leach off the bowling of Roelof van der Merwe for 50 with fellow opener Mark Stoneman would be caught behind by Steve Davies off the bowling of Jack Leach for 67. Leach would also take the next 3 wickets, firstly Hashim Amla would be caught & bowled for 16 then Jamie Smith would be caught by Davies for 21 with Ravi Ashwin the following delivery for a golden duck having been caught by Devon Conway.
Ryan Patel would be Leach’s fifth wicket as he was caught by Conway for 22 before van der Merwe would take the final 2 wickets, first Jordan Clark would be caught by Hildreth for 33 before Jamie Overton would be bowled off the final ball of the day for 4 – Rikki Clarke would be 15 not out.
SOM 429 (148.5 overs), SUR 239/8 (109.3 overs)
Bonus points: SUR 3, SOM 5
Glamorgan vs Northamptonshire
Resuming on 52/2, the hosts would move the score up to 154 before Marnus Labuschagne would be bowled by Luke Procter for 77 with Billy Root the only other wicket to fall in the day, also bowled by Procter, for 45 – Kiran Carlson and Chris Cooke would add an unbroken 307-run partnership (a Glamorgan record for the 5th wicket) as they finished with 170 and 133 respectively.
NOR 215 (77.3 overs), GLA 462/4 (113 overs)
Bonus points: GLA 8, NOR 2
Kent vs Sussex
Resuming on 122/7, the visitors would add 1 to their overnight score before Wightman would be bowled by Jamie Atkins without scoring with Matt Quinn being caught by Oliver Carter off the bowling of Ollie Robinson for 11. Jaskaran Singh would be the final wicket to fall as he was LBW to Sean Hunt for 2 – Hamidullah Qadri getting his personal best with 30 not out.
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Ali Orr and Tom Haines would put on 209 for the first-wicket partnership before the former would be caught by Lincoln off the bowling of Singh for 119. Harrison Ward would be caught by Heino Kuhn off the bowling of Quinn for 6 before Haines would be the final wicket to fall as he would be LBW to the same bowler for 94 – Travis Head (29) and Carter (15) would be not out at stumps.
SUS 181 (57.5 overs) & 277/3 (91 overs), KEN 165 (51.5 overs)
Bonus points: KEN 3, SUS 3
Yorkshire vs Lancashire
Resuming on 273/2, the visitors would move onto 411 before play was halted after 23.2 overs in the day following an injury to Dom Leech (he lost his footing in the outfield and slid into the concrete base in front of the Western Terrace) – Luke Wells and Josh Bohannon ending the play with 97 and 74 not out respectively.
Bonus points: YOR 0, LAN 3