Australia finish the third day’s play at 80 for four, trailing England by 178 runs in another rain-affected day at Lord’s on Friday. Only 24.1 overs were bowled before the rain forced the umpires to call for early lunch. After the first session, persistent rain in London did not allow any further action on the day and the umpires eventually called off the day. Earlier, Australia’s Josh Hazlewood marked his entry into this season’s Ashes with three wickets as England were dismissed for 258 after the second Test at Lord’s finally got underway on Thursday. World Cup-winning England fast bowler Jofra Archer then marked his Test debut with an electrifying opening spell but the only wicket Australia lost before stumps was when David Warner was bowled by Stuart Broad. At the close Ashes-holders Australia, were 30-1 — a deficit of 228 runs. Cameron Bancroft was five not out and Usman Khawaja 18 not out. England suffered an all-too familiar collapse as they slumped to 138-6 before a seventh-wicket stand of 72 between Jonny Bairstow and Chris Woakes repaired some of the damage. (SCORECARD)
Ashes 2019 2nd Test Day 3, Highlights Between England vs Australia, Straight from, Lord’s Cricket Ground, London.
22:03 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
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22:00 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
The play has been called off for the day!
Inclement weather has led to a washout of the remainder of the day. Australia end day 3 at 80/4 trailing England by 178 runs at Lord’s.
21:33 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Next inspection at 9.50pm IST!
Another inspection is scheduled to take place at 9.50pm IST where the umpires will decide whether there is any play possible on the remainder of day 3.
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) August 16, 2019
20:37 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Pitch inspection at 9pm IST!
The rain has stopped in London and if there’s no more rain, there will be a pitch inspection at 9pm IST.
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) August 16, 2019
20:22 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Tea has been taken!
As the rain continues to play spoilsport in London, the umpires have opted for tea at day 3.
18:46 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Rain hasn’t stopped in London!
There is no improvement in the weather as we await the second session to begin on Day 3 at Lord’s.
17:29 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
That’s lunch on day 3!
Persistent rain in London has forced the umpires to take early lunch on Day 3.
17:24 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Stuart Broad drifted down the leg and Steve Smith flicked it away towards the fine-leg fence for a welcome boundary.
17:23 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
8 minutes left in the session!
We are eight minutes away from the end of first session of day 3 at Lord’s.
17:21 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Huge appeal! Wade survives!
Ben Stokes goes full and Matthew Wade missed that ball and England went up for a huge appeal and the umpire gave it out. Wade went for a review and the replays confirm that the ball pitched outside leg stump and Wade survives.
17:15 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Stuart Broad is not letting Matthew Wade off the hook. Wade has played 17 balls and has not scored a run yet.
17:08 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Ben Stokes is replacing Chris Woakes as Joe Root is looking to get into the lower middle-order of Australia.
17:07 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Matthew Wade has played 11 balls and he is yet to get off the mark. Stuart Broad is bowling tight line and lengths to the left-hander.
17:01 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Smith cuts but finds the fielder!
Steve Smith is now looking to play his shots, he cuts that one but finds Joe Denly at point. No run.
16:59 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Steve Smith pulls that short delivery from Chris Woakes and gets it past short leg for his first boundary.
16:55 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Matthew Wade is in at 6!
One left-hander replace the other. Matthew Wade is Australia’s number six.
16:54 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Huge appeal! Out!
Stuart Broad caught Travis Head right in front of the stumps and a huge appeal from England. The umpire gave it not out. But the replays show that the ball was hitting the middle stump. Travis Head has to go for 7. Australia lose their fourth wicket.
16:47 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Stuart Broad starts off with a maiden!
Stuart Broad came into the attack and kept things quiet with a maiden over. No freebies for Steve Smith.
16:44 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Shot! Through the covers it raced away. It was a full delivery and Travis Head drives it through the cover region for a four.
16:42 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Lucky escape for Travis Head!
The overcast conditions and the movement is not allowing the batsmen to rotate the strike, Travis Head looked to cut that ball from Chris Woakes and he gets an inside edge for a couple of runs.
16:32 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Jonny Bairstow hit on his hand!
The movement is proving to be troublesome for even the wicketkeeper. Jonny Bairstow was deceived by the movement of the ball after it went past the batsman and he is hit on his hand. The umpires have called for drinks while the physio will asses Bairstow.
16:30 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
The ball is moving sharply!
Overcast conditions at Lord’s are helping the England bowlers to get the movement which is troubling the Australian batsman.
16:20 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Travis Head is the new man in!
Travis Head walks out at number five for Australia and he will be looking to get through this spell from Jofra Archer and Chris Woakes.
16:17 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Chris Woakes gets Usman Khawaja caught behind the wicket. Probing line and length from Woakes, it seamed away and Khawaja got a thick outside edge and he departs. Australia lose their third wicket.
16:16 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Steve Smith walks out at four!
Australia’s best Test batsman in this playing XI is out in the middle and he is up against Jofra Archer.
16:13 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
A big in-swinger and Cameron Bancroft is trapped right in front of his stumps and the umpire gives it. Bancroft goes for a review and the replays show that the ball would’ve clipped the top of the stumps. Australia two down. First Test wicket for Jofra Archer.
16:09 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Chris Woakes came back well after an expensive previous over. He hit the right areas in this over and kept things quiet.
16:04 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
21 overs are done!
Australia have managed to survive the first half-hour on day 3 without losing any wickets and have added 30 runs to their overnight score.
15:59 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Same line, same length and Usman Khawaja says thank you very much as he gets his second boundary off Chris Woakes.
15:59 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Short of a length from Chris Woakes and Usman Khawaja stayed on top of the bounce and stroked it away towards the point boundary for a four.
15:57 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Lukcy boundary for Usman Khawaja, he played that with soft hands and the ball went through the slips for a boundary.
15:56 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Go short against Khawaja!
Usman Khawaja has been troubled with the short pitch stuff in World Cup 2019. He was hit on his body on a number of occasions and England might look to exploit that weakness against the left-hander.
15:54 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Cameron Bancroft drives and gets a thick outside edge but no third-man in place and the ball raced away towards the fence.
15:42 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
Defensive game on point!
So far, Cameron Bancroft and Usman Khawaja have managed to defend successfully and have not given any chances to the opposition.
15:39 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
The ball is doing all the talking!
There is not a great deal of movement but the overcast weather conditions are perfect for the red cherry to swing.
15:24 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
After the first day of the Lord’s Test was washed out, Australia captain Tim Paine won the toss and invited England to bat. Australia pacers did well to bowl out England 258. In reply, Australia were 30/1 at stumps. Stuart Broad dismissed David Warner but Usman Khawaja and Cameron Bancroft held the fort for the visitors.
13:51 (IST)Aug 16, 2019
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