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ENGLAND - First Innings 373 (Strauss 129; Warne 6-122).

AUSTRALIA - First Innings

Overnight: 2777 for 2)

J L Langer b Harmison 105

235 min, 146 balls, 11 fours, 2 sixes

M L Hayden lbw b Flintoff 138

420 min, 303 balls, 18 fours, 1 five

*R T Ponting c Strauss b Flintoff 35

84 min, 56 balls, 3 fours

D R Martyn c Collingwood b Flintoff 10

36 min, 29 balls, 1 four

M J Clarke lbw b Hoggard 25

119 min, 59 balls, 2 fours

S M Katich lbw b Flintoff 1

12 min, 11 balls

ÝA C Gilchrist lbw b Hoggard 23

31 min, 20 balls, 4 fours

S K Warne c Vaughan b Flintoff 0

18 min, 10 balls

B Lee c Giles b Hoggard 6

22 min, 10 balls

G D McGrath c Strauss b Hoggard 0

6 min, 6 balls

S W Tait not out 1

7 min, 2 balls

Extras (b4 lb8 w2 nb9) 23

Total (499 min, 107.1 overs) 367

Fall: 1-185 (Langer) 2-264 (Ponting) 3-281 (Martyn) 4-323 (Hayden) 5-330 (Katich) 6-356 (Gilchrist) 7-359 (Clarke) 8-363 (Warne) 9-363 (McGrath ) 10-367 (Lee).

Bowling: Harmison 22-2-87-1 (nb2 w2) (5-1-14-0, 3-0-7-0, 9-1 -39-1, 3-0-15-0, 2-0-12-0); Hoggard 24.1-2-97-4 (nb1) (7-1-21-0, 7-0-32-0. 3-0-16-0, 7.1-1-28-4); Flintoff 34-10-78-5 (nb6) (4-1-11-0, 8-4-14-0, 2-1-2-0, 2-0-13-0, 18-4-38-5); Giles 23-1-76-0 (1-0-14-0, 6-0-17-0, 3-0-13-0, 13-1-32-0); Collingwood 4-0-17-0 (one spell).

Progress: Second day: Lunch: 19-0 (Langer 16, Hayden 2) 7 overs. 50: 80 min, 18 overs. 100: 134 min, 29.5 overs. Tea: 112-0 (Langer 75, Hayden 32) 33 overs. At 3.30pm the players took the field after tea, then Australia accepted the umpires' offer of bad light - close. Third day (min 98 overs): rain delayed start until 11am. Rain stopped play 11.35-12.04pm 138-0 (Langer 86, Hayden 47) 40.3 overs. 150: 202 min, 44.5 overs. Lunch: 157-0 (Langer 91, Hayden 60) 47 overs. Rain Sstopped play 1.37-3.29pm (tea taken) 185-1 (Hayden 70, Ponting 0) 52.4 overs. 200: 258 min, 57.2 overs. Rain stopped play 4.26-5.28pm 243-1 (Hayden 101, Ponting 20) 65.5 overs. 250: 299 min, 67 overs. Bad light stopped play 6.22pm - close 277-2 (Hayden 110, Martyn 9) 78.4 overs. Fourth day (98 overs): New ball taken after 82 overs at 282-3. 300: 386 min, 86.1 overs. 350: 450 min, 97.5 overs. Lunch: 356-6 (Clarke 23) 101.1 overs. Innings closed: 1.42pm.

Langer's 50: 85 min, 63 balls, 6 fours, 2 sixes. 100: 231 min, 142 balls, 10 fours, 2 sixes. Hayden's 50: 191 min, 137 balls, 7 fours. 100: 289 min, 218 balls, 15 fours.

ENGLAND - Second Innings

M E Trescothick not out 14

58 min, 38 balls

A J Strauss c Katich b Warne 1

17 min, 7 balls

*M P Vaughan not out 19

40 min, 35 balls, 2 fours

Total (for 1, 58 min, 13.2 overs) 34

Fall: 1-2 (Strauss).

Bowling: McGrath 5 -0-13-0, Lee 1-1-0-0, Warne 5.2-0-15-1, Clarke 2-0-6-0 (one spell each).

Progress: Fourth day: Bad light stopped play 2.21-3.10pm (early tea taken) 7-1 (Trescothick 2, Vaughan 4) 5.3 overs. Bad light stopped play 3.42pm.

Umpires: B F Bowden (NZ) and R E Koertzen (SA).

TV replay umpire: J W Lloyds (Eng).

Match referee: R S Madugalle (S Lanka).

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