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    England vs Pakistan | 1st Test | Lord's, London | May 24-28, 2018 | Day 2 | Match Thread

    Tense first session coming up for Pakistan. Can they hold on to their wickets and take the score forward as well!

    Current match situation :

    England 184
    Pakistan 50/1 (23 ov)
    Stumps - Pakistan trail by 134 runs with 9 wickets remaining in the 1st innings

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    Review of yesterday.

    It is 23 years since England last lost the first Test of a home summer, all the way back in 1995 against the West Indies, and 22 since they lost a home series against Pakistan. At Lord’s, a fine first-day performance from Pakistan gave them the hope that they can break both hoodoos as they bowled England out for 184 before progressing relatively serenely, the loss of Imam-ul-Haq aside, to 50/1.

    With the ball, Pakistan, and two in particular, were exceptional. Hasan Ali had the greatest time of his career here last summer, when he was Player of the Tournament during Pakistan’s spectacular Champions Trophy campaign, but had played just two Tests months apart before this match. Rahat Ali’s wicketless Test against Ireland provided Hasan an opening, and his 4/ 51 here, while perhaps not the equal of his Champions Trophy feats as pieces of sporting theatre, did show that he can have sustained success with red ball as well as white. He also showed that his exuberant celebrations can be transferred between formats as well.

    Mohammad Abbas was the pick of the bowlers, although he had less to prove. Hasan and Mohammad Amir are the members of Pakistan’s attacks you’d recognise, for a couple of reasons – their inspiring stories, their penchant for the unplayable, their dashing looks – but no bowler has been as dependable for Pakistan as Abbas over the last year or so. His 4/23 brought his record since his debut in April 2017 to 36 wickets in seven Tests at an average of 17.33.

    Having grafted his way into the side through years of toil in the Pakistan domestic circuit – from the start of the 2014/15 season to his Test debut he took 170 first-class wickets at an average of 16.22 – here he displayed all the nous of an experienced opening bowler, using swing, seam, and the Lord’s slope excellently.

    Though he was outshone overall, Mohammad Amir claimed the delivery of the day, nipping one past Alastair Cook’s outside edge to bowl England’s opener for a well-made 70. He had some competition too. Mohammad Abbas bowled Mark Stoneman, who has a high score of 29 in 10 innings since the start of the summer, with a beauty, and Faheem Ashraf’s castling of Jonny Bairstow, who had looked comfortable in his new home at No.5, also deserved a mention. That all three clipped the outside of the top of off stump showed the margins of Test cricket.

    Catching was also a point of difference between the sides. Asad Shafiq held a chance at slip off Jos Buttler which flew off the bat, while Mohammad Amir, having comically misfielded moments before – he sprinted all the way to the boundary, only to completely miss the ball as he stooped to scoop it back – ran round and dove from mid-on to bring an end to the England innings. Meanwhile, Pakistan could have been two down had Ben Stokes grasped a one-handed chance at third slip, or not dived at all, with the ball headed straight to Dawid Malan before his own intervention.

    That wasn’t England’s only act of charity. Joe Root was the most culpable for his dismissal, wafting a drive at a swinging wide ball, while Bairstow’s push didn’t give enough credit to a good delivery. Jos Buttler’s hard-handed drive was exactly the shot you’d expect of someone who had been playing only in the IPL in the lead-up to a Test match, recalled based on his form in that competition, and given licence to attack. He was caught at second slip, a fielding position rarely seen in the shortest format.

    Stokes reacts after dropping a catch Stokes reacts after dropping a catch

    Buttler wasn’t the only one who might have come into this game cold. His Rajasthan Royals teammate Ben Stokes has also just returned from the IPL, while enforced breaks, though much-needed after a tough winter, also took game time from Cook, Malan, Root, and Bairstow.

    Pakistan meanwhile, have had three first-class games and a hard-fought Test match against Ireland to ready themselves for this contest, and it showed. In an era when Test series warm-ups have often been the first casualties of a packed schedule, Pakistan’s performance showed their value. England will need to find their feet quickly if they are to avoid making the wrong sort of history.

    https://www.icc-cricket.com/news/693549
    Last edited by MenInG; 25th May 2018 at 07:12.


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    Crucial first couple of hours coming up! I'd even take 60-70 runs in the entire session if we don't lose a wicket here. We can increase the pace in the afternoon session.

    What's the weather like for Today? Anyone?

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    A lot of hard work ahead with the bat, we need to get through 1st session without any damage and look to build even if its a slowish pace, Our batsmen need to keep shots like the drive and the cut to a minimum. I cant see england bowling as short as they didn last night. One of our batsmen at least needs to get a 100 here.

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    Time for Haris to announce himself on the global stage.

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    Weather wise, it’s been an identical start to the morning.
    Drizzle, cool and cloudy. Rain has now stopped but expected to remain cloudy all day.

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    Very important first session. England will come out attacking

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    Quote Originally Posted by hur rizvi View Post
    Very important first session. England will come out attacking
    Yep. We simply to have to weather the storm.
    Defending 180 the English will feel disheartened pretty quickly if we don’t lose wickets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMMY69 View Post
    Yep. We simply to have to weather the storm.
    Defending 180 the English will feel disheartened pretty quickly if we don’t lose wickets.
    True first session is the key. If a good ball gets you out so be it but they need to dig in and play with grit

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    The True test of grit and determination is about to begin in a couple of hours. This will be a hard grind!

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    I hope they somehow dont lose a wickets atleast before reaching 100.

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    England have a chance to get back into the match under thick cloud cover, if Pakistan are still batting at stumps though it’s game over.

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    Need to reach at least 325 by hook or by crook. At Edgbaston two years ago we saw a lead of 103 blown away in a session.

    Looks like there'll be cloud cover throughout the day but the pitch will flatten out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markhor View Post
    Need to reach at least 325 by hook or by crook. At Edgbaston two years ago we saw a lead of 103 blown away in a session.

    Looks like there'll be cloud cover throughout the day but the pitch will flatten out.
    The pitch supposedly becomes truer/faster on day 2: should especially suit Haris Sohail if he can guts it out in the first hour

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    Quote Originally Posted by babajee View Post
    Time for Haris to announce himself on the global stage.
    lets hope he doesnt reach 30 and then lose his nerve..He needs to kick on and get a big score..we need to grit it out and get to 100-1. Then just slowly tuk tuk and chip away.

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    Broad looked the most dangerous just need to see him and Anderson off. First hour is important, get through it without losing a wicket then we are in with a good chance of a 150 lead.

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    Decent bowling conditions. Will be hard work but if runs come pressure on England

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    This Pakistan bowling attack has a combined experience of 46 Test matches. Yet they are bashed consistently as if they are some tried and tested failures, producing mediocrity for a few years. Very sad.

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    Put that flashing drive away Haris.

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    Need to get through 1st hour without any daft shots, that waft and miss by sohail wasnt clever at all!

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    Morning is difficult in the uk
    If we these 2 can last the first hour it be great for us

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    Straight away england bowling fuller which means our batsmen need to cut out any fancy expansive drive shots.

    55/1 better shot from Azhar that last one.

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    Harris has to be careful with change of Angle, leaving the ball well is such an important thing for doing well in england.

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    Both looking good so far


    We will never surrender. We win or we die. And don't think it stops there. You will have the next generation to fight; and after the next, the next.

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    Need to pinch singles to unsettle the bowlers... Take advantage of the l/h r/h combo

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    Shot


    We will never surrender. We win or we die. And don't think it stops there. You will have the next generation to fight; and after the next, the next.

    OMAR MUKHTAR

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    Want to see 100 runs partnership between these two.

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    Wish I was there man..

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    Seeing a considerable increase in pace from Broad. Have always believed that a fast bowler peaks in his early 30' in terms of pace, as Mitchell Johnson and Wahab Riaz have shown as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExpressPacer View Post
    Seeing a considerable increase in pace from Broad. Have always believed that a fast bowler peaks in his early 30' in terms of pace, as Mitchell Johnson and Wahab Riaz have shown as well.

    He used to be in late 140s consistently when he started off as a teen ager..

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    50 partnership


    We will never surrender. We win or we die. And don't think it stops there. You will have the next generation to fight; and after the next, the next.

    OMAR MUKHTAR

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    Nicely played for four to bring up fifty partnership.

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    Whatey shot
    again


    We will never surrender. We win or we die. And don't think it stops there. You will have the next generation to fight; and after the next, the next.

    OMAR MUKHTAR

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    Harris Sohail showing his class! Come in lad, get your name on the honors board!

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    another one! Harry on fire

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    Four more - Anderson overpitching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaaik View Post
    He used to be in late 140s consistently when he started off as a teen ager..
    Yes I remember. But how long did it last? The last time I saw him bowling in the 140's consistently was in 2007-08. He matured, gained muscle in the right areas and got stronger YET was medium fast.

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    Cannot afford another thirty and out from Haris, this is a really solid start he needs to convert to a big knock.

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    Play and miss.

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    Hey Jazba Junoon to himat na haar.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExpressPacer View Post
    Yes I remember. But how long did it last? The last time I saw him bowling in the 140's consistently was in 2007-08. He matured, gained muscle in the right areas and got stronger YET was medium fast.
    Couldn’t agree more. He cut down on his pace in pursuit of swing ..

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    :4

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    Good stuff from Haris punishing those half volleys. Prompting Anderson to bowl shorter

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    Jimmy already clueless against the might of Harry

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    Every time the English bowlers have pitched up the ball this morning, they've gone for boundaries. Says a lot about the Pakistani bowlers. Terrific effort from the newbies yesterday.

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    Just don't throw it away Haris! All hard work is done.

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    Haris just needs to be careful as Anderson has his tail up at the end of that over.

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    Now Azhar joins the party

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    You need to be bowling in good length to just full category here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amjid Javed View Post
    Haris just needs to be careful as Anderson has his tail up at the end of that over.
    He's confused. This isn't Kohli Jimmy

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    Jimmy is still as good as ever. If we can play him and see him off till his ageing body is tired, I think we should be good to go. The likes of Stokes, Bess and Wood will not earn wickets.

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    A few dodgy moments so far this morning but luckily no wickets lost in 1st 30 mins.

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    Azhar showing his class once again. Where are the people saying "Azhar should be dropped since he's past his best" ? The guy is a class act. I don't know how many runs he will get but he definitely is back in form.

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    Mark Wood so early into attack. WHY!

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    Need to see Anderson/broad off here. i think batting all day may still be tough on this surface.

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    Wood in already? Maybe a change of ends coming for Anderson

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    Quote Originally Posted by AssassinatedDevil View Post
    Azhar showing his class once again. Where are the people saying "Azhar should be dropped since he's past his best" ? The guy is a class act. I don't know how many runs he will get but he definitely is back in form.
    Lets hope he gets a big daddy 100 here.

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    Azhar Ali is getting beaten a lot here !!!!!!!


    The debt we owe to play of imagination is incalculable - Carl Gustav Jung

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    As soon as balls pitched up you can see how difficult it is for batsmen to score or negate the bowling.

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    Azhar = pure class


    We will never surrender. We win or we die. And don't think it stops there. You will have the next generation to fight; and after the next, the next.

    OMAR MUKHTAR

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    We better not gift wickets to Bess and Stokes now

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    Quote Originally Posted by tauseef_mahmood View Post
    Azhar Ali is getting beaten a lot here !!!!!!!
    Time to dig in and not throwing it away.

    4 more for Azhar 80/1

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    Quote Originally Posted by daytrader View Post
    Wood in already? Maybe a change of ends coming for Anderson
    According to the commies, he was bowling too short. Just plays and misses, but won't find the edge with that lenghth. Amir has the same problem.

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    Amazing cover drive by Azhar

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    Ahhhhh. That drive.


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    some wanted to drop azhar ali


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    Shot Azhar

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    Bumble on the fluke train

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    Despite a solid technique, I've noticed Sohail doesn't keep his head straight and goes all over the place when playing short-pitched deliveries. Needs to fix this and perhaps play the ball late to avoid getting nicked off.

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    3 More for Haris, out batsmen need to realize that this 1st inns is crucial in context of getting a stong foothold in the match.

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    Azhar just needs to be careful against ball coming back into him here.

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    Trail by just a 100 now

  72. #72
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    need 101 more in first attempt

  73. #73
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    Quote Originally Posted by AFM View Post
    According to the commies, he was bowling too short. Just plays and misses, but won't find the edge with that lenghth. Amir has the same problem.
    better for us!

  74. #74
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    Azhar playing at a strike rate of 34.

  75. #75
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    England trying really hard to convince umpire to change the ball
    Crybabie

  76. #76
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    Come on Willow, this IPL countdown clock is so annoying!

  77. #77
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    What happened to us? Suddenly we look super strong team.

  78. #78
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    Quote Originally Posted by saeed5646 View Post
    England trying really hard to convince umpire to change the ball
    Crybabie
    They gave it to the umpire to trim off a part of the ball that was hanging off...

  79. #79
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amjid Javed View Post
    Lets hope he gets a big daddy 100 here.
    Would be extremely gutted if he doesn't to be honest.

  80. #80
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    Where is Sanga? Wasn't he supposed to be on the commentary team?

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