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Live Reporting

By Amy Lofthouse

All times stated are UK

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    Charles Dagnall

    BBC Test Match Special

    All of these Australians - Stanlake, Neser, Stoinis - are well built. You'd want them in your tug-of-war team.

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    Liam Plunkett drives a single from the first ball of Andrew Tye's final over.

    That's the only run that comes from the over, though. Tye finishes with figures of 10-1-42-2.

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    Charles Dagnall

    BBC Test Match Special

    Andrew Tye got himself in a bit of a mess there.

  4. Eng 207-7

    Need 8 from 54 balls

    These Australian bowlers are rocking some great facial hair. They look like they should be playing an open mic night in Manchester's Northern Quarter.

    A couple of singles start the over before David Willey drives for four. Andrew Tye, trying to cut the ball off, ends up pushing it into the boundary rope before falling over it.

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  5. How's stat?!

    Andy Zaltzman

    BBC Test Match Special statistician

    Amelia Kerr hit a women's ODI record 232 not out and took five wickets for New Zealand against Ireland today.

    No women has ever hit a century and taken five wickets in the same ODI before, let alone a double century.

    In men's ODIs, the highest score by a player taking five wickets is 119 by West Indies legend Viv Richards.

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    Video caption: Watch New Zealand teenager break batting world record
  6. Eng 201-7

    A cracking over from Andrew Tye, full of variation.

    A maiden. England still need 14 from 60 balls.

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    Mel Jones

    Former Australia batter on BBC Test Match Special

    I'm not sure how that's missed both bat and stumps.

  8. Eng 201-7

    Liam Plunkett gets beaten by a slower delivery from Andrew Tye, the ball just trickling pat the outside edge of the bat.

    And again! This time it's a quicker one and Plunkett gets cut in half trying to keep that one out. There's a noise but I'm not sure from what...

  9. Eng 201-7

    Need 14 from 66 balls

    Liam Plunkett has joined David Willey at the crease.

    And David Willey keeps England ticking along by clobbering Michael Neser over his head for four!

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    Simon Mann

    BBC Test Match Special commentator

    In the Scotland ODI, that would have sailed over the rope. Not at The Oval though.

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    Moeen c sub (Short) b Neser 17 (Eng 197-7)

    Oo-er.

    Moments after slapping Michael Neser back down the ground for four, Moeen Ali picks out the fielder at deep mid-wicket and has to go.

    Neser bangs it in short and Moeen hits it high and long but not far enough to clear the rope as sub fielder D'Arcy Short completes the catch.

    A late wobble?

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    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    That was the first one from Andrew Tye where it seems like he gave an early indication it was the slower ball. David Willey picked it up brilliantly.

  13. Eng 193-6

    Need 22 from 72 balls

    Bosh!

    A back of the hand slower ball from Andrew Tye, and David Willey picks it to perfection. He leans back and absolutely wallops the ball over mid-on for a one bounce four.

  14. Watch: Root out to 'class' Stanlake for 50

    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    Billy Stanlake is class. He's charges in hard, can move the ball away from the right-hander and has that searing 90mph yorker too.

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  15. Eng 187-6

    A half-hearted yelp from Neser as he strikes David Willey on the pad, but that's pitched well outside leg.

    Willey edgily gets a single from the final ball of the over.

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    Simon Mann

    BBC Test Match Special commentator

    It would be great for David Willey's confidence to help win a game for England from a tricky situation.

  17. Eng 186-6

    Michael Neser is coming on for a bowl.

    Oh, that's too wide, though, and David Willey has plenty of time to free his arms and work a welcome boundary.

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    Simon Mann

    BBC Test Match Special commentator

    Kane Richardson tested out the middle of the pitch twice in that over and conceded two boundaries. That's just lifted the pressure on England.

  19. Eng 182-6

    Need 33 from 84 balls

    Kane Richardson runs in and, as he gets into his delivery stride, ends up losing his grasp and dropping the ball behind him.

    He gets an ironic cheer from the crowd, before Moeen pulls him handsomely through square for four. Just the 10 runs from that over!

    England's Moeen Ali
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    Simon Mann

    BBC Test Match Special commentator

    It was a risky one but Moeen got enough top edge on it to get it well over Paine's head.