England vs South Africa 2nd Test Day 1 Highlights July 14, 2017

Eng v SA highlights today second test day one – from Trent Bridge, Nottingham (England) Friday 14th July 2017. England won the first test by big 211 runs margin at Lord’s, London. In that match England won the toss and batted first. They scored 458 runs in first innings with 105.3 overs all out. England had four down at 76 but they managed the big total with the help off JE Root* 190 runs knock. He smashed 27 4s and a maximum in his innings. BA Stokes 56, MM Ali 87 and SCJ Broad 57 not out. M Morkel took four wickets, VD Philander and K Rabada these two took three wickets each of them.

South Africa won the toss and elected to bat.

England team
AN Cook, KK Jennings, GS Ballance, JE Root*, JM Bairstow†, BA Stokes, MM Ali, LA Dawson, SCJ Broad, MA Wood, JM Anderson.

South Africa team
D Elgar, HG Kuhn, HM Amla, F du Plessis*, T Bavuma, Q de Kock†, CH Morris, VD Philander, KA Maharaj, D Olivier, M Morkel.

Scorecard

South Africa 309/6 90 overs

 South Africa 1st inningsRB4s6sSR
D Elgarc Dawson b Anderson6191031.57
HG Kuhnb Broad34877039.08
HM Amlac Wood b Broad7814911152.34
Q de Kock†c Cook b Broad68818083.95
F du Plessis*c †Bairstow b Stokes19333057.57
T Bavumac †Bairstow b Stokes20274074.07
 VD Philandernot out54769071.05
 CH Morrisnot out23682033.82
 Extras(lb 7)7    
 Total(6 wickets; 90 overs)309(3.43 runs per over)

To batKA MaharajD OlivierM Morkel


Fall of wickets 1-18 (Elgar, 8.6 ov), 2-66 (Kuhn, 27.4 ov), 3-179 (de Kock, 52.1 ov), 4-194 (Amla, 58.4 ov), 5-220 (du Plessis, 63.4 ov), 6-235 (Bavuma, 67.2 ov)

 BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6s
JM Anderson2046813.4094120
SCJ Broad1944732.478950
 MA Wood1736103.5877110
BA Stokes1837724.2774140
 LA Dawson712603.713121
 MM Ali812102.623310
 KK Jennings10202.00500
 England team 
Close of play

  • – day 1 – South Africa 1st innings 309/6 (VD Philander 54*, CH Morris 23*, 90 ov)

Match Timings: 11:00 local time (10:00 GMT)

Other side South Africa scored 361 runs all out in their first innings and they faced almost equal overs then England’s first innings. MM Ali took four wickets, JM Anderson, SCJ Broad and LA Dawson these three took two wickets each of them. England scored 233 runs in their second innings all out in 87.1 overs and South Africa all out at 119 in their second innings. MM Ali took six wickets in that innings.

The pitch being used is the same as that for the 2015 Ashes. Yes, Broad’s 8 for 15 and all that. Trent Bridge usually aids swings and seam, which might actually be to South Africa’s liking after a surprise trial by spin at Lord’s. The forecast is generally clear throughout the Test, although temperatures may be on the cooler side. The suspension of Rabada and dropping of Duminy, as well as du Plessis’ return, means South Africa have some rejigging to do. Duanne Olivier has been confirmed as Rabada’s replacement but they still have a decision to make over whether to stick with Theunis de Bruyn or bring in Chris Morris to further strengthen the bowling. Having stuck with the same 12-man squad, England named an unchanged team – meaning Toby Roland-Jones continues to wait for a Test debut. With Moeen Ali now considered a “batsman who bowls a bit” and Liam Dawson in the side as the main spinner, they appear a balanced side.

South Africa tour of England, 2nd Test Highlights
Test no. 2264 | 2017 season
Played at Trent Bridge, Nottingham
14,15,16,17,18 July 2017 (5-day match)
Umpires – SD Fry and PR Reiffel
TV umpire – S Ravi
Match referee – JJ Crowe
Reserve umpire – AG Wharf