Ashes 2013: England Vs Australia 1st Test Scorecard, Jul ...

Ashes 2013: England Vs Australia 1st Test Scorecard, Jul 10, 2013

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Published on: Jul 12, 2013

The Ashes 2013 live scores: England won the toss and chose to bat first. England Vs Australia 1st Test at Nottingham, Jul 10, 2013, Time: 11:00 local time (10:30 GMT, 03:30 PM IST).

The Ashes 2013 live scores, England Vs Australia 1st Test at Nottingham, Jul 10, 2013.

Match begin at 11:00 local time (10:30 GMT, 03:30 PM IST).

Teams : England Vs Australia

Venue: Played at Trent Bridge, Nottingham

Time: 11:00 local time (10:30 GMT, 03:30 PM IST).

Toss: England won the toss and chose to bat first

Live score ball by ball

Full Scorecard

England 215 & 326/6 (133.0 ov)

Australia 280

England lead by 261 runs with 4 wickets remaining

Stumps - Day 3

And that is stumps day 4 with England moving ahead largely thanks to a five-hour innings from Ian Bell, 95 not out at the close, what an effort it has been from him. Support from Matt Prior and chiefly Stuart Broad, he and Bell have added over a hundred for the seventh wicket and England have moved into calmer waters. But of course the talk of the day will be the slip catch to remove Broad that wasn't given by Aleem Dar. No idea how he didn't see it but he didn't and Australia had no reviews remaining.

Steven Finn celebrates the wicket of Ed Cowan on a dramatic opening day at Trent Bridge.

8th five wicket hual in tests for Peter Siddle.

This is the Alastair Cook's 50th Test in England.

Ashton Agar makes his Test debut for Australia.

Recent Test Match results:

England: W W D D D

Australia: L L L L W

Match Stats:

Tim Bresnan has taken four or more wickets in a Test on five occasions - and three of them have been at Trent Bridge, scene of the first Test

Billy Cooper, the Barmy Army trumpeter, who will not be allowed to play at Trent Bridge, was thrown out of The Gabba in 2006/7 for playing the theme tune from Neighbours. Four years later Brisbane changed its tune and he was made part of the official entertainment package on the first day.

England have not won the opening Test of an Ashes series since 1997 at Edgbaston. That series ended 3-2 in Australia's favour.

Squads:

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