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England vs Australia 5th Test Day 1 Live Score, Ashes 2019: Burns, Root Help England Reach 86/1 At Lunch On Day 1

England vs Australia 5th Test Day 1 Live Score, Ashes 2019: Burns, Root Help England Reach 86/1 At Lunch On Day 1


Joe Root and Rory Burns added over fifty runs for the second wicket which helped England reach 86/1 at lunch on Day 1 of the fifth Ashes Test in London. England skipper was lucky that he was dropped twice in two overs off Pat Cummins. Earlier, England openers Joe Denly and Rory Burns started cautiously after being put into bat by Australian skipper Tim Paine. They both did well to see off the early swing in the first half an hour. Cummins, who constantly bowled probing lines, finally got the reward when he forced an outside edge off Denly when he was starting to look good. Steve Smith completed a good catch at first slip after initial fumbles to send Denly packing for 14.  (LIVE SCORECARD)

Ashes 2019 5th Test Day 1 Match, Live Score Updates Between England vs Australia, Straight from Kennington Oval, London

Live Score

5th Test, The Oval, London, Sep 12, 2019

  • ENG

    58%

  • AUS

    17%


  • Playing XI!

    Australia have made two changes to their playing XI. Mitchell Marsh replaces vice-captain Travis Head and Mitchell Starc makes way for Peter Siddle.

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