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A Flintoff Eng Australia won the toss and elected to field. The psychological battles before the match included many Australian statements to the press about how the pitch "played into [their] hands",  that England had been "spending too much time talking",  and that their top order had been "taking bad options".
To add to Australia's woes, Trescothick was caught off a no-ball on 32,  and eventually went on to make 90, being the second man out shortly after lunch, with the score for 2 after In the next five overs, England lost both Ian Bellwho notched up his third successive single-figure score, and Michael Vaughanwho pulled a short Gillespie delivery to the hands of Leebut that did little to slow the scoring rate.
Kevin Pietersenin his second Test match, hit ten fours and one six, and made a run partnership in balls with Andrew Flintoff. Then, Steve Harmison smacked two fours and a six in a minute 17, and Simon Jones stuck around with Matthew Hoggard for a last-wicket partnership of 32, Jones making 19 not out.
Shane Warne finally got the better of Hoggard, to end with four forbut Wk 8 leg 420 that time England had gone past and ended up with a total of in just under 80 overs. Just as Australia's opening batsman walked out and prepared for their innings, the rain began to fall on Edgbaston, and play had to be stopped.
However, England's bowlers started well when Steve Harmison bowled a maiden over first up to Justin Langerand Matthew Hayden holed out to Harmison's new-ball partner Matthew Hoggard for a golden duck — the first of Hayden's Test career. Langer and Michael Clarke continued after lunch in the same vein, hitting 76 runs in an hour and a half, but a couple of wickets within five overs took Australia to for 5, needing for the last five wickets for parity.
The partnership between Langer and Gilchrist saw them to tea with no further loss, as Langer continued his four-hour unbeaten knock and went into the tea break on The pair looked to close England's lead and batted unbeaten after tea for eight overs, but again the England bowlers intervened, this time in the shape of Simon Joneswho got plenty of reverse swing both ways  and used that to trap Langer with a yorker — gone for 82, which was to be Australia's highest score in the innings.
Australia's last four, which now included Michael Kasprowicz who had a batting average 10 runs higher than McGrathwere nevertheless all dismissed for single-figure scores, Flintoff taking the two last men LBW with the two last balls, although there was some argument about whether the first dismissal, that of Gillespie, was actually out or not.
After Trescothick and Strauss had hit five boundaries in six overs and taken the second innings total to 25 for 0,  Ponting brought on Warne in the seventh over, and Warne broke through with his second ball of the innings; his leg break came into the left-hander's stumps and broke them completely, and Strauss was bowled for 6.
Nightwatchman Matthew Hoggard survived four balls to end the day, when England held a lead of runs, with nine wickets in hand. The third day saw a total of 17 wickets fall, with Shane Warne and Andrew Flintoff being the leading performers for their sides. First up, Brett Lee grabbed three wickets in 12 minutes: Trescothick slashed a wide delivery and got an edge to the keeper, captain Vaughan got his third single-figure score in the series as he failed to cover his stumps to a straight one, and nightwatchman Hoggard edged to Hayden in the slips for 1.
England had lost four wickets for six runs, and were 31 for 4 with Ian Bell and Kevin Pietersen at the crease. Pietersen survived what looked like an edge on the first ball he faced,  and went on to make 20 before he was given out in a similar situation from Shane Warne.
His run partnership with Bell took England's lead pastand with Bell having batted past the hour mark, he needed 29 more for his half-century when he gave a tiny edge to Gilchrist.
England's last recognised batting pairing, between Flintoff and wicket-keeper Geraint Jonessaw England to lunch, but Flintoff had suffered an injury to his left shoulder and looked in obvious pain,  and Jones departed shortly after lunch.
Giles lasted longer, batting through 45 minutes before he was caught by Haydenand Harmison faced one delivery to leave England at for 9. Simon Jones and Flintoff carried on, however.
Jones managed 12 runs in his minute stay at the crease while Flintoff took Lee for 33 off the 28 balls he faced from the Australian paceman.
At one point during Flintoff's innings, Ponting had nine men on the boundary, with only the bowler and the wicket-keeper inside the circle. However, Flintoff hit a six over them, too,  and another of his sixes landed on top of the stands. Flintoff ended with 73, as the only man to pass 25 for England, before he was bowled by Warne.
Warne finished with figures of six for 46 from Matthew Hayden and Justin Langer started positively, taking runs off the occasional bad balls that were served up by HarmisonHoggard and Gilesand by the twelfth over they had racked up 47 for no loss, and were well on the way to chasing the target of Then, Flintoff came and bowled the over of the series.
He failed to make the hat-trick he was on from the last innings, but with his second ball he bowled Langer with a leg cutter. His third delivery was narrowly turned down for lbw, the fourth found Ponting's edge but failed to carry to slip, an lbw appeal on the fifth was also turned down, but his sixth which Ponting left outside the offstump was a no-ball, so there was a seventh and final delivery, another leg cutter and Ponting was out caught behind.
Including the previous innings, Flintoff had taken four wickets in nine balls.
Hayden kept going, and his dismissal came in an over where Australia had taken eight runs from the first four balls; however, Simon Jones got the last laugh over Hayden, only to later be reprimanded and fined by the ICC for his celebrations. An extra half-hour of play was allowed, as a result was nearing, but Warne and Clarke defied the English.Course Home Work aims to provide quality study notes and tutorials to the students of HTM WK 8 Assignment 2 in order to ace their studies.
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