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4th Test, England v Pakistan 2016

England v Pakistan

The Kia Oval,
London
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Pakistan won by 10 wickets (Series drawn 2-2)
42/0
ENG 328 & 253 PAK 542

Pakistan won by 10 wickets (Series drawn 2-2)

England
328
England 1st Innings
England have scored 328 runs and have lost all their wickets. They are all out
& 253
England 2nd Innings
England have scored 253 runs and have lost all their wickets. They are all out
Pakistan
542
Pakistan 1st Innings
Pakistan have scored 542 runs and have lost all their wickets. They are all out
& 42/0
Pakistan 2nd Innings
Pakistan have scored 42 runs and lost 0 wickets
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Batsmen
B Stokes
  • 32nd test Appearance
100
Player Milestone
B Stokes
  • SR:23
  • 4's:13
  • 6's:4
OUT
B Stokes
c Miller, b Imran Tahir 34
  • SR:23
    Batting Striker Rate
    The average number of runs scored per 100 balls faced.
  • 4s:13
    Fours
    The batsman has hit 13 fours in this innings
  • 6s:4
    Sixes
    The batsman has hit 4 sixes in this innings
Wicket

England 1st Innings: 328

Run Rate 4.27
BatsmenRunsBalls
Strike Rate
SR
4s6s
Alastair Cook Headshot
Alastair CookA CookCPTb Sohail Khan
355070.0040
Alex Hales Headshot
Alex HalesA Halesc Yasir Shah b Mohammad Amir
61735.2910
Joe Root Headshot
Joe RootJ Rootc Sarfraz Ahmed b Wahab Riaz
263966.6650
James Vince Headshot
James VinceJ Vincec Sarfraz Ahmed b Wahab Riaz
1333.3300
Gary Ballance Headshot
Gary BallanceG Ballancec Azhar Ali b Wahab Riaz
83026.6610
Jonny Bairstow Headshot
Jonny BairstowJ BairstowWKTc Sarfraz Ahmed b Mohammad Amir
559359.1370
Moeen Ali Headshot
Moeen AliM Alic Yasir Shah b Sohail Khan
10815271.05132
Chris Woakes Headshot
Chris WoakesC Woakesc Sarfraz Ahmed b Sohail Khan
455778.9480
Stuart Broad Headshot
Stuart BroadS Broadlbw Sohail Khan
020.0000
Steven Finn Headshot
Steven FinnS Finnb Sohail Khan
81650.0000
James Anderson Headshot6966.6610
Extras (nb 8, w 7, b 8, lb 7) 30
Total (10 wickets, 76.4 overs)328
BowlersOversRuns
Wickets
Wkts
Economy
Econ
DotsMaidens
Mohammad Amir Headshot
Mohammad AmirM Amir
188024.44791
Sohail Khan Headshot
Sohail KhanS Khan
20.46853.29931
Wahab Riaz Headshot
Wahab RiazWahab Riaz
209334.65780
Yasir Shah Headshot
Yasir ShahY Shah
166003.75642
Iftikhar Ahmed Headshot
Iftikhar AhmedI Ahmed
21206.0080
Fall of wicketsFOWBatsmanOver #
1-23Alex HalesA Hales6.2
2-69Alastair CookA Cook16.5
3-73Joe RootJ Root17.4
4-74James VinceJ Vince19.1
5-110Gary BallanceG Ballance27.2
6-203Jonny BairstowJ Bairstow52.3
7-282Chris WoakesC Woakes66.4
8-282Stuart BroadS Broad66.6
9-296Steven FinnS Finn70.4
10-328Moeen AliM Ali76.4

Pakistan 1st Innings: 542

Run Rate 3.71
BatsmenRunsBalls
Strike Rate
SR
4s6s
Sami Aslam Headshot
Sami AslamS Aslamlbw Stuart Broad
3933.3300
Azhar Ali Headshot
Azhar AliAzhar Alic Jonny Bairstow b Moeen Ali
4911343.3690
Yasir Shah Headshot
Yasir ShahY Shahc Joe Root b Steven Finn
264854.1630
Asad Shafiq Headshot
Asad ShafiqA Shafiqc Stuart Broad b Steven Finn
10917960.89122
Younis Khan Headshot
Younis KhanYounis Khanlbw James Anderson
21830870.77314
Misbah-ul-Haq Headshot
Misbah-ul-HaqMisbah-ul-HaqCPTc Alex Hales b Chris Woakes
152462.5030
Iftikhar Ahmed Headshot
Iftikhar AhmedI Ahmedc Moeen Ali b Chris Woakes
44100.0010
Sarfraz Ahmed Headshot
Sarfraz AhmedS AhmedWKTc Jonny Bairstow b Chris Woakes
447856.4170
Wahab Riaz Headshot
Wahab RiazWahab Riazst Jonny Bairstow b Moeen Ali
43212.5000
Mohammad Amir Headshot
Mohammad AmirM AmirNOT OUT
397055.7151
Sohail Khan Headshot
Sohail KhanS Khanc Stuart Broad b Steven Finn
21315.3800
Extras (nb 2, w 3, b 18, lb 6) 29
Total (10 wickets, 146 overs)542
BowlersOversRuns
Wickets
Wkts
Economy
Econ
DotsMaidens
James Anderson Headshot297812.6814010
Stuart Broad Headshot299913.411335
Steven Finn Headshot3011033.661241
Chris Woakes Headshot308232.731458
Moeen Ali Headshot2312825.56841
Joe Root Headshot52104.20190
Fall of wicketsFOWBatsmanOver #
1-3Sami AslamS Aslam1.5
2-52Yasir ShahY Shah17.3
3-127Azhar AliAzhar Ali39.2
4-277Asad ShafiqA Shafiq75.3
5-316Misbah-ul-HaqMisbah-ul-Haq84.1
6-320Iftikhar AhmedI Ahmed84.5
7-397Sarfraz AhmedS Ahmed110.1
8-434Wahab RiazWahab Riaz121.4
9-531Younis KhanYounis Khan142.1
10-542Sohail KhanS Khan145.6

England 2nd Innings: 253

Run Rate 3.18
BatsmenRunsBalls
Strike Rate
SR
4s6s
Alastair Cook Headshot
Alastair CookA CookCPTc Iftikhar Ahmed b Wahab Riaz
73520.0010
Alex Hales Headshot
Alex HalesA Haleslbw Yasir Shah
125521.8120
Joe Root Headshot
Joe RootJ Rootlbw Yasir Shah
394684.7840
James Vince Headshot
James VinceJ Vincec Misbah-ul-Haq b Yasir Shah
030.0000
Gary Ballance Headshot
Gary BallanceG Ballancec Sarfraz Ahmed b Sohail Khan
176227.4110
Jonny Bairstow Headshot
Jonny BairstowJ BairstowWKTc Azhar Ali b Wahab Riaz
8112763.7781
Moeen Ali Headshot
Moeen AliM Alic Sarfraz Ahmed b Yasir Shah
325162.7441
Chris Woakes Headshot
Chris WoakesC Woakesrun out (Wahab Riaz)
42119.0400
Stuart Broad Headshot
Stuart BroadS Broadc Younis Khan b Yasir Shah
52025.0000
Steven Finn Headshot163545.7120
James Anderson Headshot
James AndersonJ Andersonlbw Iftikhar Ahmed
172665.3820
Extras (nb 5, b 8, lb 10) 23
Total (10 wickets, 79.2 overs)253
BowlersOversRuns
Wickets
Wkts
Economy
Econ
DotsMaidens
Mohammad Amir Headshot
Mohammad AmirM Amir
21.46503.001017
Sohail Khan Headshot
Sohail KhanS Khan
155013.33642
Wahab Riaz Headshot
Wahab RiazWahab Riaz
11.24824.23461
Yasir Shah Headshot
Yasir ShahY Shah
297152.441314
Iftikhar Ahmed Headshot
Iftikhar AhmedI Ahmed
2.2110.42131
Fall of wicketsFOWBatsmanOver #
1-14Alastair CookA Cook9.2
2-49Alex HalesA Hales17.6
3-55James VinceJ Vince19.4
4-74Joe RootJ Root25.3
5-128Gary BallanceG Ballance41.4
6-193Moeen AliM Ali56.5
7-209Chris WoakesC Woakes65.5
8-209Jonny BairstowJ Bairstow65.6
9-221Stuart BroadS Broad72.2
10-253James AndersonJ Anderson79.2

Pakistan 2nd Innings: 42/0

Run Rate 3.18
BatsmenRunsBalls
Strike Rate
SR
4s6s
Sami Aslam Headshot
Sami AslamS AslamNOT OUT
125123.5220
Azhar Ali Headshot
Azhar AliAzhar AliNOT OUT
3028107.1441
Asad Shafiq Headshot
Asad ShafiqA Shafiq
-----
Younis Khan Headshot
Younis KhanYounis Khan
-----
Misbah-ul-Haq Headshot
Misbah-ul-HaqMisbah-ul-HaqCPT
-----
Iftikhar Ahmed Headshot
Iftikhar AhmedI Ahmed
-----
Sarfraz Ahmed Headshot
Sarfraz AhmedS AhmedWKT
-----
Wahab Riaz Headshot
Wahab RiazWahab Riaz
-----
Yasir Shah Headshot
Yasir ShahY Shah
-----
Mohammad Amir Headshot
Mohammad AmirM Amir
-----
Sohail Khan Headshot
Sohail KhanS Khan
-----
Extras0
Total (0 wickets, 13.1 overs)42
BowlersOversRuns
Wickets
Wkts
Economy
Econ
DotsMaidens
Chris Woakes Headshot41102.75190
Steven Finn Headshot0.2000.0020
Moeen Ali Headshot5.53005.14250
Joe Root Headshot3100.33172
Fall of wicketsFOWBatsmanOver #

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  • Format:Test
  • Event:England v Pakistan 2016
  • Venue:The Kia Oval, London
  • Dates: (5-day match)
  • Toss:England, who chose to bat
  • Umpires:Marais Erasmus, Bruce Oxenford, Joel Wilson, Rob Bailey
  • Match Referee:Sir Richie Richardson

Match Notes

Pakistan 2nd Innings 42/0

  • Tea: Pakistan - 16/0 in 7.0 overs (Sami Aslam 7, Azhar Ali 9)

England 2nd Innings 253

  • England: 50 runs in 18.3 overs
  • Tea: England - 0/0
  • End Of Day: England - 88/4 in 31 overs (Gary Ballance 4, Jonny Bairstow 14)
  • England: 100 runs in 35.1 overs
  • 5th Wicket: 50 runs in 86 balls (Gary Ballance 11, Jonny Bairstow 36)
  • Jonny Bairstow: 50 off 72 balls (5 x fours)
  • England: 150 runs in 48.4 overs
  • 6th Wicket: 50 runs in 72 balls (Jonny Bairstow 22, Moeen Ali 27)
  • Lunch: England - 194/6 in 58 overs (Jonny Bairstow 70, Chris Woakes 0)
  • England: 200 runs in 61.2 overs
  • England: 250 runs in 78.6 overs
  • Innings Break: England - 253/10 in 79.2 overs (Steven Finn 16)

Pakistan 1st Innings 542

  • End Of Day: Pakistan - 3/1 in 3 overs (Azhar Ali 0, Yasir Shah 0
  • Pakistan: 50 runs in 16.3 overs
  • Lunch: Pakistan - 97/2 in 30 overs
  • Pakistan: 100 runs in 31.1 overs
  • 3rd Wicket: 50 runs in 94 balls (Azhar Ali 24, Asad Shafiq 28)
  • Asad Shafiq: 50 off 75 balls (7 x fours, 1 x six)
  • Pakistan: 150 runs in 44.3 overs
  • 4th Wicket: 50 runs in 66 balls (Asad Shafiq 33, Younis Khan 18)
  • Tea: Pakistan - 196/3 in 57 overs
  • Pakistan: 200 runs in 59.4 overs
  • 4th Wicket: 100 runs in 152 balls (Asad Shafiq 56, Younis Khan 41)
  • Younis Khan: 50 off 86 balls (7 x fours, 1 x six)
  • Pakistan: 250 runs in 70.3 overs
  • Asad Shafiq: 100 off 164 balls (12 x fours, 2 x sixes)
  • 4th Wicket: 150 runs in 216 balls (Asad Shafiq 69, Younis Khan 75)
  • Pakistan: 300 runs in 82.6 overs
  • Younis Khan: 100 off 139 balls (15 x fours, 1 x six)
  • End Of Day: Pakistan - 340/6 in 91 overs (Younis Khan 101, Sarfraz Ahmed 17)
  • Pakistan: 350 runs in 93.1 overs
  • 7th Wicket: 50 runs in 110 balls (Younis Khan 12, Sarfraz Ahmed 40)
  • Pakistan: 400 runs in 111.6 overs
  • Lunch: Pakistan - 417/7 in 117 overs (Younis Khan 147, Wahab Riaz 1)
  • Younis Khan: 150 off 231 balls (25 x fours, 1 x six)
  • Pakistan: 450 runs in 123.5 overs
  • Younis Khan: 200 off 281 balls (29 x fours, 4 x sixes)
  • 9th Wicket: 50 runs in 67 balls (Younis Khan 43, Mohammad Amir 10)
  • Pakistan: 500 runs in 134.1 overs

England 1st Innings 328

  • England: 50 runs in 10.4 overs
  • Lunch: England - 92/4 in 24 overs
  • England: 100 runs in 25.5 overs
  • England: 150 runs in 38.4 overs
  • 6th Wicket: 50 runs in 83 balls (Jonny Bairstow 21, Moeen Ali 27)
  • Jonny Bairstow: 50 off 73 balls (7 x fours)
  • Moeen Ali: 50 off 77 balls (7 x fours, 1 x six)
  • England: 200 runs in 49.4 overs
  • Tea: England - 200/5 in 50 overs
  • England: 250 runs in 62.2 overs
  • 7th Wicket: 50 runs in 62 balls (Moeen Ali 18, Chris Woakes 34)
  • England: 300 runs in 72.2 overs
  • Moeen Ali: 100 off 140 balls (12 x fours, 2 x sixes)
  • Innings Break: England - 328/10 in 76.4 overs

Pakistan Playing XI

  • Azhar Ali Headshot
    Azhar
    Ali
  • Sami Aslam Headshot
    Sami
    Aslam
  • Asad Shafiq Headshot
    Asad
    Shafiq
  • Younis Khan Headshot
    Younis
    Khan
  • CPT
    Misbah-ul-Haq Headshot
    Misbah-ul-Haq
  • Iftikhar Ahmed Headshot
    Iftikhar
    Ahmed
  • WKT
    Sarfraz Ahmed Headshot
    Sarfraz
    Ahmed
  • Wahab Riaz Headshot
    Wahab
    Riaz
  • Yasir Shah Headshot
    Yasir
    Shah
  • Mohammad Amir Headshot
    Mohammad
    Amir
  • Sohail Khan Headshot
    Sohail
    Khan

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  • W
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  • W
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    England won by 60 runs
  • L
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    India won by 203 runs

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England 1st Innings
England have scored 328 runs and have lost all their wickets. They are all out
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England have scored 253 runs and have lost all their wickets. They are all out
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Pakistan 1st Innings
Pakistan have scored 542 runs and have lost all their wickets. They are all out
& 42/0
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