x Abu Dhabi, UAETuesday 25 July 2017

Marsh, Bollinger help Australia win second ODI over England

Australia's celebrations over a 2-0 lead, however, were tempered with Nathan Hauritz appearing to dislocate his right shoulder and a groin injury to fast bowler Shaun Tait.

Australia's Shaun Marsh celebrates his 100th run in Hobart.
Australia's Shaun Marsh celebrates his 100th run in Hobart.

MELBOURNE // World Cup reject Shaun Marsh's second one-day international century and a surprising all round performance from Doug Bollinger helped Australia to a 46-run victory over England in their second one-day international in Hobart on Friday.

Australia's celebrations, however, were tempered with Nathan Hauritz appearing to dislocate his right shoulder and a groin injury to fast bowler Shaun Tait. Both were named in their 15-man World Cup squad earlier this week.

Hauritz had been chasing a ball to the boundary at Bellerive Oval when he slid, rolled over and as he put his hand down to push up off the ground collapsed in considerable pain before he walked off and was taken to hospital for X-rays.

Tait limped off shortly afterwards when he grimaced in his follow through on the fifth ball of his sixth over.

Marsh (110), who was only playing in Hobart after Mike Hussey injured his hamstring, combined with Cameron White (45) for a 100-run partnership that steadied Australia after they plunged to 33 for four.

He also combined for an Australian record ninth-wicket partnership of 88 with Bollinger (30) that pushed the hosts past 200 and gave them a challenging total to defend after their batsmen had struggled with the pace of the pitch.

England's run chase was always behind the required run rate after the early loss of Matt Prior for a duck and Bollinger's two wickets in two balls when he had Andrew Strauss trapped in front for 19 and then bowled Kevin Pietersen for a duck.

Bollinger also captured two quick wickets in the tail to finish with figures of four for 28 from nine overs.

Australia won the first match of the seven-game series by six wickets in Melbourne last Sunday after Shane Watson scored 161 not out to help them chase down the 295 needed for victory.

 

SCOREBOARD

Australia:

Shane Watson b Shahzad 5

Brad Haddin b Shahzad 5

Michael Clarke c Bell b Bresnan 10

Cameron White c and b Yardy 45

David Hussey c Strauss b Tremlett 8

Shaun Marsh c Bell b Tremlett 110

Steve Smith b Shahzad 0

Nathan Hauritz c Trott b Bresnan 2

Brett Lee b Yardy 0

Doug Bollinger c Shahzad b Tremlett 30

Shaun Tait not out 0

Extras: (7lb, 8w) 15

TOTAL: (all out, 48.2 overs) 230.

Bowling: Ajmal Shahzad 10-1-43-3 (5w), Chris Tremlett 9.2-0-22-3 (1w), Tim Bresnan 9-1-37-2 (1w), Jonathan Trott 3-0-16-0, James Tredwell 8-0-44-0, Michael Yardy 9-1-61-2 (1w).

 

England:

Andrew Strauss lbw b Bollinger 19

Matt Prior c Watson b Lee 0

Jonathan Trott c Hussey b Smith 32

Kevin Pietersen b Bollinger 0

Ian Bell c Smith b Lee 32

Eoin Morgan c Tait b Watson 21

Michael Yardy run out (Watson) 22

Tim Bresnan c Watson b Bollinger 19

James Tredwell lbw Bollinger 16

Ajmal Shahzaad run out (Clarke) 2

Chris Tremlett not out 1

Extras (6lb, 13w, 1nb) 20

TOTAL: (all out, 45 overs) 184.

Fall: 1-12, 2-36, 3-36, 4-83, 5-96, 6-140, 7-147, 8-178, 9-180, 10-184.

Bowling: Brett Lee 9-0-39-2 (1w), Shaun Tait 5.5-0-30-0 (3w 1nb), Doug Bollinger 9-0-28-4 (2w/6), Shane Watson 9-0-32-1, Nathan Hauritz 8-0-36-0 (2w), Steve Smith 2-0-5-1, Michael Clarke 0.1-0-0-0, David Hussey 2-0-8-0 (1w).