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But it's pitched outside leg and the umpires aren't interested.The England opener then digs out a yorker and has broken his bat.Joe Root may get to know the feeling unless England’s batsmen dig their captain out of an almighty hole. The opener then rotates the strike with another well-worked flick into the leg side. The Surrey opener then leans on the final ball of the over and picks up another couple with a lovely drive through point.Root’s gamble to insert Australia here spectacularly backfired when Australia rattled up the small matter of 442 for eight – at least a hundred over par for a day-night Test here – to leave any hopes England had of competing in these Ashes by a thread. It brings him a single off Starc but now he's lost Stoneman the former skipper may have to drop the anchor here. Stoneman then pounces on a short and wide one and flashes wide. This is quality from Starc, who is bowling gas and getting late movement on the ball, too.To be fair to Root he needed two of England’s greatest bowlers in Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad to justify his decision but instead they began very badly on the first day and that set the tone for the Australia innings. And so, last Thursday evening, I weaved my way through some of the hundreds of people who had turned up to walk with him along the path that runs along the bank of the River Torrens in Adelaide until I saw Beefy's distinctive frame up ahead. The big cover is going back on, having been taken off about 10 minutes ago. Stoneman, too, gets two off the final ball after his flick into leg wrongfoots Cummins at mid-on.Another early scare for Stoneman as he is rapped on the pads by Hazlewood.And when Mitchell Starc quickly sent back Mark Stoneman when England began their reply under the Adelaide floodlights it looked as though Australia would make huge inroads into the batting on this second day. Alastair Cook, who was out prodding to Starc in the first Test, has another fish outside his off stump but doesn't make contact.
Five short balls rain down on the Australian No 10. Broad then pitches the final ball up and Lyon connects and sends it out to the cover boundary to massive cheers from the home crowd.
He does squeeze a single into the offside to move into double figures. Stoneman, again, shows quick thinking to nick another quick single into the offside.
Hazlewood drifts a little down the legside to Cook, who works him for one down to leg side.
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For those of you viewing this on the mobile app, click HERE to gain full access Nasser Hussain can never travel too far without being reminded of his infamous decision to bowl first in Brisbane 15 years ago. Class from Alastair Cook, who flicks Hazlewood to the square-leg boundary for his first boundary.Oof, England have their first boundary but it's a let off for Stoneman, whose leading edge flies just wide of Khawaja at gully and to the rope. He is bowling quick and testing England at every opportunity.