Australia all out for 155, setting England 271 to win

By: AFP
Published: 12:43 PM, 16 Jan, 2022
Australia all out for 155, setting England 271 to win
Caption: England paceman Mark Wood (L) is congratualed by teammates after taking six Australian wickets on the third day of the fifth Ashes cricket Test match between Australia and England in Hobart on January 16, 2022.–AFP
Stay tunned with 24 News HD Android App
Get it on Google Play

England needed 271 to win the fifth and final Ashes Test after bowling Australia out for 155 in their second innings on the third day of the day-night match Sunday in Hobart.

Pace bowler Mark Wood was the hero for England, taking a career-best 6-37 while Stuart Broad claimed 3-18.

Wicketkeeper Alex Carey top-scored for Australia with 49.

Australia have already retained the Ashes, leading 3-0.

Scoreboard

Scoreboard at the end of Australia's second innings on the third day of the fifth and final Ashes Test against England at Bellerive Oval in Hobart on Sunday:

Australia 1st innings 303 (T. Head 101, C. Green 74; S. Broad 3-59)

England 1st innings 188 (C. Woakes 36; P. Cummins 4-45)

Australia 2nd innings (overnight 37-3)

D. Warner c Pope b Broad                 0

U. Khawaja c Billings b Wood            11

M. Labuschagne c Billings b Woakes       5

S. Smith c Malan b Wood                 27 

S. Boland c Billings b Wood              8

T. Head c Billings b Wood                8

C. Green lbw Broad                      23

A. Carey c Carey b Broad                49

M. Starc c Pope b Wood                   1

P. Cummins b Wood                       13  

N. Lyon not out                          4

Extras (b1, lb3, nb1, w1)                6

Total (56.3 overs)                     155

Fall of wicket: 1-0 (Warner), 2-5 (Labuschagne), 3-33 (Khawaja), 4-47 (Boland), 5-59 (Head), 6-63 (Smith), 7-112 (Green), 8-121 (Starc), 9-151 (Carey), 10-155 (Cummins)

Bowling: Broad 18-2-51-3, Woakes 11-3-40-1 (1nb), Robinson 11-4-23-0, Wood 16.3-2-37-6 (1w)

Toss: England

Umpires: Rod Tucker (AUS), Paul Wilson (AUS)

TV umpire: Paul Reiffel (AUS)

Match referee: David Boon (AUS)

AFP

Agence France-Presse is an international news agency.