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England vs Pakistan Live Score, Second Test: Zak Crawley, Dom Sibley resumed England’s batting on Day 5 at Southampton. Cricket news

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OVERS 27.4: Four! Crowley goes to 46 with another boundary of Masood. England 82/1
Migrant 27.1: Four! Full toss with masood. Crowley drives the ball towards mid on.
Over 24.2: Four! Sibley dances down the track and leads the ball towards midwicket. Great shot from him. England 69/1, trailing by 165 runs.
Over 23.5: Four! From well-balanced pellet crawl. He stands tall and leads Afridi to deep extra cover for a boundary. Good stuff than that. Eng 61/1
50 comes to England. They are still behind by 186 runs
Zuck Crowley 24 *, Dominic Syllaby 20 *
Over 18.6: Four! Nasim to Fuller. Sibley uses speed and guides the ball towards the third man for a boundary. England 49/1
Over 17.3: Four! Sibli sends Afridi between the slips and Gulal. England 45/1
OVERS 14.5: Is Naseem Shah the bowler? Five consecutive 140 plus deliveries. 143kph, 141kph, 143kph, 142kph, 141kph – Great show from him.
OVERS 10.2: Wind and ball are not the area of ​​man in the land. Crowley plays towards this brilliant middle. He will get three runs. Afridi is not happy with this. Pakistan 31/1
Overseas 7.6: Four! Crowley stands tall and plays a beautiful shot towards cover. England 20/1
OVERS 7.2: Four! Crawley sent Abbas to the backward square leg for a four. England 16/1, 220 runs behind
Pakistan players are making a middle ground. Crowley and Sibley are at the crease. We are ready to play … here we go !!
Update: Good news! Resume at 7.50 pm (IST)

Update: There is an inspection at 6.10 pm (IST)

That is the LUNCH in the next bowl. The rain washed away the opening session.
There was no play in the morning session at the Aegis Bowl as the game progressed towards an inevitable draw. Only 96.2 overs have been possible in Tests, with Pakistan winning the toss and scoring 236 runs to bat. With Dom Sibley (2 not out) and Zac Crawley (5 not out) in their reply the home team is seven for one, a big problem with the wet outfield if the game is possible. England won the first Test in Manchester by three wickets. The final match of the series is set to begin Southampton on Friday.
Update: 5.25 pm (IST) is an inspection
UPDATE: Good news. Friends! The rain has stopped. Groundstaffs are making their way to the middle.
UPDATE: Heavy rain delay starts day 5

UPDATE: Oh boy! The moment we wrote the inspection time, RAIN comes.
UPDATE: Umpires are out in the middle. Inspection will be at 4.30 pm (IST)
Match went to draw in Southampton Test:
Day 1 – 45.4 overs
Day 2 – 40.2 overs
Day 3 – Washout
Day 4 – Over 10.2
UPDATE: It was raining with thunder yesterday. The outfield is wet. Timely start is not possible.
Hello, cricket fans! We welcome you to for our coverage of the last day’s game in Southampton, where the second Test between England and Pakistan awaits its pre-decided result, namely, a draw – the last four. Thanks for the incredible day by day.
Here is a cover of the state of the game as of now:
Pakistan claimed the wicket of opener Rory Burns for the Duck on Sunday, who piled on England for seven in their first innings, but rain in the rain-affected Test in the Rose Bowl closed the opening four of the day .
The one-hour game was possible early in the day before forcing players off the field, and with more bad weather predicted for Monday, the match is headed to a trem draw.
England dismissed the tourists for 236, with top scorer Mohammad Rizwan (72) being the last Pakistani batsman to be dismissed, and then managed only five overs of his reply.
Byrne had enough time to lose his wicket as he was caught in the second slip off Asad Shafiq off Shaheen Afridi in bowler-friendly conditions.


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