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England Vs South Africa, 4th Test Old Trafford,Manchester

England 93/3 in 40.4 overs
Batsmen 93/3 ( 40.4 overs ) R B 4s 6s
Alastair Cook caught de Kock b Maharaj 46 103 6 0
Keaton Jennings caught de Kock b Olivier 17 37 3 0
Tom Westley caught de Kock b Rabada 29 88 5 0
Joe Root batting 0 9 0 0
Dawid Malan batting 0 7 0 0
Ben Stokes dnb 0 0 0 0
Jonny Bairstow dnb 0 0 0 0
Moeen Ali dnb 0 0 0 0
Toby Roland-Jones dnb 0 0 0 0
Stuart Broad dnb 0 0 0 0
James Anderson dnb 0 0 0 0
Extras (b 0 lb 1 w 0 nb 0 p 0) 1
Total (3 wkts, 40.4 overs) 93
Bowling: South Africa O M R W Nb Wd
Morne Morkel 9 4 18 0 0 0
Kagiso Rabada 10 4 24 1 0 0
Duanne Olivier 10 2 34 1 0 0
Keshav Maharaj 9.4 5 9 1 0 0
Theunis de Bruyn 2 0 7 0 0 0
Fall of Wickets
Wkt Batsmen Score(over)
1 Keaton Jennings 35(12.1)
2 Alastair Cook 92(36.3)
3 Tom Westley 92(39.3)
Commentry
40.4 Maharaj to Malan, no run
40.3 Maharaj to Malan, no run
40.2 Maharaj to Malan, no run, skips out and gently turns it to short mid-wicket
40.1 Maharaj to Malan, no run, Malan calmly defends off the back foot
39.6 Rabada to Malan, leg byes, 1 run, went for the yorker, but didn't get it right, slipped it down leg, brushes the pad and runs away behind square
39.5 Rabada to Malan, no run, dug in short outside off, Malan sways away from the line and lets it go
39.4 Rabada to Malan, no run, 'that's nerves' says Shane Warne on air. An aimless woosh at a full delivery outside off, played over the top of the ball and lucky not to edge that or drag it back off the inside edge
0 Dawid Malan, left handed bat, comes to the crease
39.3 Rabada to Westley, out Caught by de Kock!! What a catch. That's too good from de Kock. Flies horizontal to his right, with his glove stretched out and grabs it from first slip's range. Not sure if that would've carried to Amla. But de Kock wasn't going to die wondering there. A superb take - he has taken one like that before in the series and does it again. The wicket is as much his as Rabada's, who drew the edge on the back foot block. South Africa with another quick wicket and they are right back in this now. Westley c de Kock b Rabada 29(88) [4s-5]
0 Rabada to Westley, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!
39.2 Rabada to Westley, no run, Rabada brings Westley forward with a good length delivery, defended back down the track
39.1 Rabada to Westley, no run, good length outside off, Westley gets forward to defend to cover
38.6 Maharaj to Root, no run, another maiden for Maharaj, as Root plays a front foot block
38.5 Maharaj to Root, no run, very full around off, Root defends off the front foot
38.4 Maharaj to Root, no run, fullish outside off, but Root goes back to block that
38.3 Maharaj to Root, no run, bit flatter and Root pushes it towards mid-off
38.2 Maharaj to Root, no run, slower and on the stumps, Root opens his stance to defend
38.1 Maharaj to Root, no run, sliding down on the pads, Root clips and finds backward square leg
37.6 Rabada to Westley, no run, bouncer on the stumps, Westley sits under that to leave
37.5 Rabada to Westley, no run, nips back in sharply from a short of length and tucks up Westley on the back foot
37.4 Rabada to Westley, no run, goes full and outside off, hint of shape away, Westley shoulders arms
0 Rabada now has three slips in place
37.3 Rabada to Westley, no run, short of length outside off, Westley defends off the back foot to cover
37.2 Rabada to Westley, no run, short of length outside off, left alone
37.1 Rabada to Westley, no run, good length on the stumps, Westley turns it to mid-wicket
36.6 Maharaj to Root, no run, quicker and flatter, on the stumps, Root picks it and goes back to defend
36.5 Maharaj to Root, no run, the drift is helping Maharaj now. Almost forces a false shot from Root, drifted in and nearly sneaked past the inside edge of Root's defending blade
36.4 Maharaj to Root, no run, tight delivery on the stumps, brings Root forward who defends
0 Joe Root, right handed bat, comes to the crease
36.3 Maharaj to Cook, out Caught by de Kock!! Gone. Nice piece of bowling and that has consumed Cook. Drifted in and then landed on a fuller length outside off, enticed Cook into the drive, a thin edge and well held by de Kock. Against the run of play, South Africa have a wicket. Cook who was looking so good, has to go four short of a fifty. Cook c de Kock b Maharaj 46(103) [4s-6]
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