Ashes scorecard: final score from day two action at Lords

See how the game finished at the end of a manic day where wickets fell often for both sides. England […]

See how the game finished at the end of a manic day where wickets fell often for both sides.

England have finished well on top at the end of the second day at Lords, after the Australian batting line-up again capitulated.

Six wickets fell in the afternoon session as the touring side rapidly fell out of contention for the game and potentially the Ashes series.

England 1st Innings (overnight: 289-7)

A. Cook lbw b Watson 12

J. Root lbw b Harris 6

J. Trott c Khawaja b Harris 58

K. Pietersen c Haddin b Harris 2

I. Bell c Clarke b Smith 109

J. Bairstow c and b Smith 67

M. Prior c Haddin b Smith 6

T. Bresnan c Haddin b Harris 7

J. Anderson c Haddin b Harris 12

S. Broad c Haddin b Pattinson 33

G. Swann not out 28

Extras (lb11, w4, nb6) 21

Total (all out, 100.1 overs, 452 mins) 361

Fall of wickets: 1-18 (Cook), 2-26 (Root), 3-28 (Pietersen), 4-127 (Trott), 5-271 (Bell), 6-274 (Bairstow), 7-283 (Prior), 8-289 (Bresnan), 9-313 (Anderson), 10-361 (Broad)

Bowling: Pattinson 20.1-3-95-1 (3nb, 4w); Harris 26-6-72-5; Watson 13-4-45-1; Siddle 22-6-76-0 (1nb); Agar 13-2-44-0 (2nb); Smith 6-1-18-3;

Australia 1st Innings

S. Watson lbw b Bresnan 30

C. Rogers lbw b Swann 15

U. Khawaja c Pietersen b Swann 14

P. Hughes c Prior b Bresnan 1

M. Clarke lbw b Broad 28

S. Smith c Bell b Swann 2

B. Haddin c Trott b Swann 7

A. Agar run out (Prior/Anderson) 2

P. Siddle c Swann b Anderson 2

J. Pattinson not out 10

R. Harris c Pietersen b Swann 10

Extras (b4, lb1, w2) 7

Total (all out, 53.3 overs, 230 mins) 128

Fall of wickets: 1-42 (Watson), 2-50 (Rogers), 3-53 (Hughes), 4-69 (Khawaja), 5-86 (Smith), 6-91 (Clarke), 7-96 (Agar), 8-104 (Siddle), 9-104 (Haddin), 10-128 (Harris)

Bowling: Anderson 14-8-25-1 (1w); Broad 11-3-26-1 (1w); Bresnan 7-1-28-2; Swann 21.3-5-44-5

England 2nd Innings

A. Cook b Siddle 8

J. Root not out 18

J. Trott b Siddle 0

K. Pietersen c Rogers b Siddle 5

T. Bresnan not out 0

Extras 0

Total (3 wkts, 20 overs, 88 mins) 31

Fall of wickets: 1-22 (Cook), 2-22 (Trott), 3-30 (Pietersen)

Bowling: Harris 5-1-12-0; Watson 4-2-9-0; Siddle 5-3-4-3; Pattinson 5-3-5-0; Smith 1-0-1-0

Match position: England lead Australia by 264 runs with seven second innings wickets standing.

Toss: England

Umpires: Kumar Dharmasena (SRI), Marais Erasmus (RSA)

TV umpire: Tony Hill (NZL)

Match referee: Ranjan Madugalle (SRI)

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