OVER 37: ENG 180/4 (target 227 from 44 overs; Bell 4* Woakes 6*) This is apparently the highest-scoring final day in Test history, overtaking Australia's famous chase at Headingley in 1948. It's an improvement on what he called Cook at the start of the series. <noframe>Twitter: Michael Vaughan - I reckon a 1130 start .. Sports blog, will mostly post about football and cricket, including regular updates from the Ashes! ), and poor teams or lacking in confidence teams will find a way to lose. Considering on what happened on day 2 of the fifth and the final Ashes Test, Australia are on their way to winning the series 5-0, unless and until the English batsmen come up with a … As a rule, yes he is, but I'm not buying it today. That said, I would love it - love it - if England chased it down as it would put a stop to a campaign against Alastair Cook that is becoming a little unpleasant. OVER 28: ENG 139/2 (target 227 from 44 overs; Trott 47* Pietersen 45*) Fifteen from the over! The ball popped off a length at Warner, who pushed it in the air back whence it came. Highlights from day five of the fifth Ashes test between England and Australia at The Oval It's well-intentioned and all, but surely such patronising support will just make him feel worse? The next ball goes for four as well, although this time it's a bouncer that hist Swann on the shoulder and flew away to the fine-leg boundary. Release date: 25 August 2013. "Anderson and Clarke going at each other hammer and tongs." If Clarke was prepared to lose to win he would have declared five overs ago. • Shane Warne on why England have lost the fear factor.• Scyld Berry's England report card.• Steve James' end-of-series awards.• Scyld Berry reflects on a slightly disappointing series.• Is Andy Flower going to stand down in the winter? Add 500. All that said, there is the slightest chance we might see something epic in the next three hours. I really hope he gets a hundred today. Australia lead by 130. OVER 22: ENG 96/2 (Trott 41* Pietersen 9*) Pietersen clips Faulkner in the air but wide of short midwicket for four. Follow The Ashes 2013 and 5000+ competitions on Scoreboard.com! The 2013–14 Ashes (named Commonwealth Bank Ashes Series for sponsorship reasons) was a Test cricket series between England and Australia.The five venues for the series were the Brisbane Cricket Ground, the Adelaide Oval, the WACA Ground, the Melbourne Cricket Ground and the Sydney Cricket Ground.. Australia won the series 5–0 and regained the Ashes for the first time since 2006–07. Simon Kerrigan – Maybe he was as surprised as everyone else by his shock inclusion, but he should not have been surprised to see Shane Watson looking to hit him off a length. That sounsd a bit patronising, doesn't it? Andrew Strauss had his problems with hanging a little on the back foot, before his career-saving 177 in Napier, and Marcus Trescothick was about the best at getting to the ball with an economy of movement. People Shane Watson, Steve Smith I was having a moment. in the last eight overs England have made only 35 runs. Another one (with Nathan Lyon) who missed the vital first two Tests – a self-inflicted wound, but no less painful to the cause for that. especially if this report about the wonderful Andy Flower stepping down in the winter is true. What do the umpires do? The key is whether it was outside the line; I suspect it was. The 5th Ashes Test ends for bad light with England chasing Australia's total. The results continue to flow but I'm not sure the runs do: look how the average score of England's top seven has dropped in the last two years. If, as seems likely, he will spend time batting with strokemakers pretty much all the way down to Nathan Lyon, his low-risk, no-backlift style will be crucial in balancing the order come the return series. Alastair Cook is on his way, although this might be a blessing in disguise as it brings Kevin Pietersen to the crease. At this point I think I can answer my own question in over 18. Bell walked across his stumps to Faulkner, who was bowling around the wicket, and got a thin tickle down the leg side. BAD LIGHT STOPS PLAY. Bye! Also brings to the party a left-armed quickie which could be extremely useful in Oz conditions.". Thanks very much for your company on the liveblog over the last seven weeks. Chris Woakes – A pleasing action with good rhythm got the ball to the other end more quickly than many had thought possible. Mind you, Harris certainly deserves to put his feet up for the rest of the day. He has dismissed Prior nine times in Tests, more than twice as often as any other bowler. OVER 15: AUS 68-4 (Clarke 5* Smith 1*) The lead is 183, with 50 overs remaining. That's Simon Kerrgan's pulse rate right now. It seems Australia will bat to tea - ten more minutes - and then maybe declare. But it's clever PR nonetheless, especially in view of what has happened over the last few days. Root is young and talented enough to work it out. OVER 143: ENG 377/9 (Swann 34* Kerrigan 1*) Kerrigan is almost bowled in strange circumstances. Too fast, too straight, too much. Although not picked in the original selection for this tour, despite playing well in the shambolic Indian series, he now looks likely to be a fixture in the middle order for some time. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters. The trouble with Bairstow is that he has a clear technical problem, and those tend to get found out at the highest level. Oogatz fair. OVER 12: AUS 49/2 (Faulkner 5* Haddin 0*) The new batsman is Brad Haddin. OVER 14: AUS 59-3 (Faulkner 10* Clarke 5*) Swann continues. Bye! OVER 127: ENG 291/5 (Bell 45* Prior 17*) Michael Clarke makes a bowling change, but not the one we expected to: it's James Faulkner, rather than Peter Siddle, to replace Mitchell Starc at the Vauxhall End. BY CHARLES REYNOLDS. He looks a lot like Ryan Harris through his delivery stride, but nags rather than dazzles batsmen and, as such, is an ideal foil. See you all in November … <noframe>Twitter: Michael Vaughan - I would love to see England declare at 293.. And see what the Aussies would do... <a href="http://search.twitter.com/search?q=Ashes" target="_blank">#Ashes</a>.</noframe> <noframe>Twitter: The Cricketer - A hollow chuckle from the crowd as the PA announces the big screen is about to show "highlights" of day 3 <a href="http://search.twitter.com/search?q=ashes" target="_blank">#ashes</a></noframe> "Why are we criticising? KP gets another boundary, mangling a full toss wide of the diving long on for four. Bell is surprised by a short one from Faulkner and lifts it high in the air behind square on the leg side. "In this situation there must be some comon sense." WICKET! When Faulkner eventually comes into bowl, Pietersen misses a booming slog-sweep at an excellent slower ball that bounces over the top. OVER 36: ENG 174/4 (target 227 from 44 overs; Bell 4* Woakes 1*) The new batsman is Chris Woakes. Ashes by Embrace is blaring around the Oval, which after its unofficial part in the 2005 series is always guaranteed to make the hairs on the neck do their thing. Catch live and detailed score report of Australia vs England 5th Test 2013, Australia tour of England and Scotland only on ESPNcricinfo.com. "Blimey! Jonathan Trott. FOW 206/5. Mitchell Starc – Might he, like Mitchell Johnson with whom he shares more than just a first name and a left-arm over actions, be destined to be a raw quick, always mixing up the unplayable with the ordinary? The light is fast becoming an issue, and the possibility of a farcical anti-climax should not be discounted. The crowd, whose throats are not as dry as they were earlier, loved seeing that replay. The Ashes - 5th Test Blog Monday, 26 August 2013. Looked much more fluent in the second innings, two decent knocks. It's his 27th dismissal of the series, one short of the world record, and Bell ends a career-defining series with 545 runs at 68.12. (Incidentally, I think the criticism is mainly to do with things other than England's on-field efficacy, although there is an element of that, and in that respect we are pretty spoilt. Hope the weather improves for it. That top six doesn't look too hot. The game is heading for a draw, but it's doing so with a spring in its step and a twinkle in its eye. Kevin Pietersen – The reticence of his celebration of his first innings 50 (and the contrast with the skunk-haired jubilation of his 150 eight years ago) said much about his opinion of the pitch and his inability to get going. He smashed Ryan Harris's first ball towards long on, where David Warner took a fine and possibly match-saving running catch. OVER 5: ENG 22/1 (Cook 10* Trott 0*) The new batsman is Jonathan Trott. He still fancies getting something from this game - or he at least fancies a few mind games ahead of Brisbane - and has promoted Shane Watson up the order. 1000 Good morning. Seems they haven't forgotten how to lose.</noframe> OVER 18: ENG 85/1 (Cook 33* Trott 40*) James Faulkner replaces Michael Clarke. "England on the charge!" Find out more at ecb.co.uk Watch the best of the action from the 2013 Ashes Test at the Oval where England were denied a thrilling win on the final day. Michael Clarke – Perhaps taking some criticism from home to heart, he was uncharacteristically unsmiling at the toss and an angry sledger in the field. He looks like he would have been quite useful behind the sticks and with a bat a few short months ago. He bowled quickly and used his bouncer well, showing that he'll have plenty of ammunition when the entire nation follows Darren Lehmann's crass rallying call to get after him Down Under. Maybe they'll have a drinks break to allow one last rendition of Jerusalem. Ryan Harris – Another magnificent exhibition of fast bowling from the British passport holder, who charges in, gets in a full shoulder turn and snaps the wrist to pitch the ball on the proverbial sixpence. It falls safely and they grab a couple. This back-to-back Ashesathon is simmering beautifully now. Clarke reviews the decision. I think the earliest play can finish is 1800, although I'm not certain so let's change the subj- I just love what you've done with those curtains. Agree with most people's selection for the tour but for health reasons don't think Bres is going to make it. Mind you, he'd give up all those catches for another 15 runs at Trent Bridge. This game is old and funny. England need 111 from 108 balls. The problem is that Australia can easily waste time or balls if they are in danger of defeat. OVER 12: ENG 53/1 (Cook 20* Trott 21*) That's a nice stroke from Trott, a crisp clip for four off Siddle. OVER 7: ENG 31/1 (Cook 12* Trott 7*) Trott takes a quick single and is rewarded with a couple of overthrows after Faulkner's throw misses the stumps. It's an extremely rare occurrence. • Match drawn in controversial circumstances• Amazing final day at The Oval• England all out 377, trail by 115• Australia declare on 111/6 at tea• England's target: 227 from 44 overs• Haddin sets world record with 29th catch• KP larrups England's fastest Ashes fifty• Bad light stops play with England needing 21• Scoreboard | HawkEye analysis. OVER 11: AUS 44/1 (Watson 26* Faulkner 4*) Watson, who can go from 0-1mph in 60 seconds, lumbers through for a quick single and survives only because the throw misses the stumps. Keep up with us, while we predict all the matches of Ashes series. Scyld Berry reflects on a slightly disappointing series. England need 82 from 84 balls. It's now up to Cook <a href="http://search.twitter.com/search?q=ashes" target="_blank">#ashes</a></noframe> OVER 1: ENG 8/0 (Cook 8* Root 0*) On the England balcony, Kevin Pietersen doesn't have his pads on. OVER 126: ENG 289/5 (Bell 43* Prior 17*) Prior seems intent on hitting his way back into form. Whether it's fair or not doesn't necessarily come into it. OVER 120: ENG 263/4 (Bell 36* Woakes 23*) Bell drives Harris sweetly through mid-off for his first boundary of the day. That's a lovely moment of individual success for a consummate team man, who might have thought his Test career was over a few months ago. Swann just managed to move his right foot of the way, and a good thing too as that would have done plenty to his shinbone. OVER 23: ENG 100/2 (Trott 42* Pietersen 12*) Trott survives an appeal for a bat-pad catch off Lyon. OVER 131: ENG 308/6 (Prior 29* Broad 5*) Broad gets off the mark with a lovely back-foot drive for four off Faulkner. OVER 139: ENG 363/8 (Swann 25* Anderson 0*) That was the last ball of the over. OVER 35: ENG 166/3 (target 227 from 44 overs; Trott 55* Bell 1*) The new batsman is Ian Bell. I genuinely don't know what's going off out there. He drove to midwicket and charged down the track before being sent back. Pietersen made 62 from 55 balls; England need 64 from 59. Pietersen drives the new bowler Faulkner to reach a stunning half-century from 36 balls, the fastest ever by an England batsman in an Ashes Test. This has been a highliy entertaining morning, with 61 runs in 15 overs. <noframe>Twitter: Damien Martyn - Outstanding Australia <a href="http://www.twitter.com/MClarke23" target="_blank">@MClarke23</a> <a href="http://www.twitter.com/darren_lehmann" target="_blank">@darren_lehmann</a> positive thoughtful cricket moving the game forward .. It's a good idea to sing it now because by this evening I reckon half of them will struggle to comply with the chant's commandment. "Can you or one of the armchair experts PLEASE explain to me why we shouldn't have a go at this? Root smiles cheekily. Day 5 - Sunshine After The Rain. Shane Watson – He modified his technique by standing a little further towards the offside and presenting the front pad more alongside the line of the ball (rather than on it), allowing him to use his power to swing through the line and not across it. Rather like fellow newbie Chris Woakes, it's hard to see him as third seamer unless he develops more pace or movement, but he is a useful man to have in a squad and has the heart to build on some already impressive contributions in the one day stuff. Bell run out 17 Australia are being booed for taking their time between overs. He copped a lot of praise for his declaration, but tea was the latest he could declare, so I'm not convinced it's warranted. says Nasser on Sky. Pietersen is playing so well here, and for the first time the crowd chant "4-0, we're gonna win 4-0. Pass the Taste The Difference marmalade, darling. Ashes 2013: England win series 3-0 after bad light ends Oval Test. Later in the over he is beaten, trying to cut a ball that keeps a touch low and cramps him for room. Ashes 2013: fifth Test report cards Alastair Cook had another strange Test, Brad Haddin earned his place, Peter Siddle was a joy and Nathan Lyon showed balls … The crowd recognised that with a wonderful reception when he came out to bat, but his confidence will need a careful reconstruction after a chastening first taste of Test cricket. These details will fade as the history books are written (by the winners of course), but he can prepare for a few awkward personal questions in the long phoney war that precedes the first Test in Brisbane. Walter Mitty could barely have played better. To my mind, nobody ought to criticise Cook or anyone else if we fall short or get knocked down. At the moment I'd say the batting is our weak point, not the bowling, so I'd be loath to weaken it further. Prior walks across his stumps to hustle Faulkner to the fine-leg boundary. ", "Glad you’ve come round to my way of thinking, Rob. OVER 3: ENG 16/0 (Cook 9* Root 6*) England have started pretty positively, certainly compared to recent innings. Moments later he is caught by Swann at long-on. I think Clarke is going to set something stupid with an excessively macho declaration. I quite like their approach, although you can also see why some people think it's a little bit sad, a transparent PR exercise rather than a serious attempt to win a match. Bell skims another pleasant cover drive, this time for a couple. The 2013 series was the first of two back-to-back Ashes series. Is this actually happening? "There's plenty of rattle out there," says Mike Atherton, who has access to the stump cam. By Sam Sheringham BBC Sport at the Kia Oval. <noframe>Twitter: Michael Vaughan - Perfect time now to bowl Kerrigan ... <a href="http://search.twitter.com/search?q=Ashes" target="_blank">#Ashes</a></noframe> OVER 17: AUS 78-4 (Clarke 11* Smith 5*) England have bowled really well in this innings, Anderson and Broad in particular. Joe Root. And don't forget that you can bowl a lot wider in a Test than you can in an ODI. England and Australia wait anxiously for the ultimate cricketing clash of the year. Let's at least try to enjoy it. That was an awesome stroke, played on the walk from outside off stump. They have become dependent on one great performance either in an innings (Pietersen at Galle, Headingley and Mumbai) or a series (Cook in India, Bell here). ... 5th Test: Match drawn, The Oval. Australia lead by 201. That takes the lead to 226, and there are 44 overs remaining. <noframe>Twitter: James Taylor - England are setting the platform nicely, I'm predicting England to win by 6 wickets! More of the same in November please! Not that this invalidates the bitching and moaning; quite the contrary. Make that 20 from eight; he has just driven Lyon sweetly over long-off for six! It formed part of the 2013 Australian tour of England, which also included the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy, five One Day Internationals and two Twenty20 Internationals.. Suneer Chowdhary Roar Guru . OVER 21: AUS 91-6 (lead by 206; Clarke 18* Starc 3*) Starc misses a couple of haymakers at short deliveries from Broad and then survives a big run-out chance. You can score a hatful of runs and still lose Test matches (Adelaide comes to mind), but if you can reduce the opposition to 200 all out, scoring 300 is a good lead... You are quite right though, it is all about personal preference, and it is hard to argue against four bowlers in the last few years, I'm just mindful of a bowler having a bit of mare, and then the workload increases hugely for the other three due to the lack of cover.". OVER 125: ENG 279/5 (Bell 43* Prior 7*) There is more chat out in the middle, this time involving Prior and some Australian fielders. He hasn't batted well but he's there to keep wicket, which isn't the most glamorous of jobs, and I have to go a long way back to recall anything as good to watch." 1102 The rumours are true: play will start at 1130, with potentially 98 overs to be bowled. OVER 19: AUS 86-6 (Clarke 15* Starc 1*) Still no sign of Chris Rogers, who has gone the reverse Mark Richardson route in one innings: from opener to No9. 1010 The umpire Kumar Dharmasena says there are too many wet patches in the outfield for them to start on time. I think Bres could become a bowling all-rounder as Boycott kept on saying the other day. A lifetime's ambition realised, but with the whiff of cynicism and a nagging sense of personal underachievement hanging in the air. He will go back to Sussex now and prepare for Brisbane in November. <a href="http://search.twitter.com/search?q=Ashes" target="_blank">#Ashes</a></noframe> OVER 16: ENG 63/1 (Cook 25* Trott 26*) It's like the middle overs of an ODI, with England milking the slow bowlers for three or four an over. We think that's the end of the match. (Legal disclaimer: telegraph.co.uk is not responsible for any mortgages wagered on such a ridiculous bet.). Come on boys!! Swann is gated by a decent delivery from around the wicket. The Very Last Word. Two from his first over. My vote would go to Haddin. "Shot, but wrong caddy," backtracks Warne. OVER 32: ENG 150/2 (target 227 from 44 overs; Trott 49* Pietersen 54*) Michael Clarke is taking his time between overs, and there are a few boos from the crowd. You can ignore the entry for Over 10. It's going to be more than a little lively when England enter the Gabbatoir for the first Test on November 21. Cook times the fourth ball, from Ryan Harris, through midwicket for four and works the final delivery to the same area for another boundary. OVER 34: ENG 163/2 (target 227 from 44 overs; Trott 53* Pietersen 62*) Faulkner is bowling beautifully, with lots of yorkers and slower balls. I'm not sure Kerrigan is going to get a bowl. I think they need to take an even bigger risk to tempt England: 180 in 60, something like that. He might be the last of dying breed; he even looks like that. <noframe>Twitter: Shane Warne - Good aggressive captaincy from Michael Clarke, if the ashes was decided by who is the best captain on either side then Aust would be 5-0 up</noframe> OVER 2: AUS 4/0 (Warner 4* Watson 0*) Shane Watson, who probably thought he'd opened for the last time in Test cricket after his first-innings century, assumes the position again for the greater good. Life, as John Lennon didn't quite say, is what happens while you're busy collecting regrets. OVER 6: AUS 15/0 (Warner 10* Watson 3*) Broad gives Warner a bit of width and is punished with a flashing cut for four. These are the last words this blog has to say, fittingly they are written by Jessica Carney. Apparently the law has changed since the flippin' murder of 1996. A leg-bye from the over continues Australia's flying start. It's one of the worst reviews in history, because Trott missed the ball by a mile. That's the catch of the summer; almost a Roger Harper moment. OVER 23: AUS 111-6 (Clarke 28* Starc 13*) Clarke clatters Broad just past the diving Anderson at mid off. That was pretty abysmal for a fielder of Broad's quality, although in his defence I think he lost sight of it somewhere along the way. England need just 33 in just five overs. Today they lift the Ashes. OVER 9: ENG 39/1 (Cook 16* Trott 11*) Here comes Nathan Lyon. Having played well in three consecutive losing Ashes series, he probably deserves it. Talking of hammer, Starc smashes the final ball of the session for four. Tea: Australia 111-6 (lead by 226) See you in a few minutes for the final session of the 2013 Ashes. 1333 This will be a two-and-a-half-hour afternoon session, with tea at 1610. Trott walks across his stumps and is given out LBW to James Faulkner. 2013 Ashes series: 5th Test, Day 1 (2013) 1 of 1 Shane Watson and Steve Smith in The Ashes (1930). 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