Ashes 2013 1st Test Day 3 Live Streaming, Eng vs Aus 2013
Ashes 2013 1st Test Live Streaming of series on 12th July 2013. The Ashes 2013 Eng vs Aus Day 3 Live Cricket Streaming online 2013. Watch England vs Australia 1st Test Day 3 Live Match, 2013. Watch England vs Australia 1st Test is telecast on Star Cricket, Sky Sports HD and Sky Sports HD.
England will resume with their score on 80/2 on the third day of the first Ashes test match played at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. Day two saw heroics with both bat and ball, with the 19 year old Australian debutant, falling just 2 runs short of a century batting at number 11.
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Resuming at the crease for England will be Kevin Pietersen on 35, and with him will be England Captain Alastair Cook on 37. England making sure that they kept wicket in hand, going at a ultra-slow run rate of just 1.86. They will feel that even a score of 200 will be a challenge on a track with lots of support for the bowlers. England currently lead by only 15 runs, but have a key number of 8 wickets still in hand to set a decent total for Australia to chase for a win. Pietersen who hasn’t had much batting of late, will have to grind through the first session, and will be the key batsmen for England. If he manages to bat through the day, they will be guaranteed a decent total. Bell and Bairstow are the main two dangers left in the hut, both got off to starts in the first innings, yet failed to convert.
Australia will be hoping for some cloud cover early on day three, in order to assist them with the ball. Starc has taken both Australian wickets to fall thus far. Peter Siddle who took five in the first innings, has yet to get himself on the board in the second innings. Ashton Agar might also some into the game, as we saw Swann getting some big spin on day two. The youngster will be filled with confidence after his heroic batting display.
One feel that the first session of day three will be the deciding session, if England manage to bat through without any real damage, they will be well in control of the test.