The England Team - Ashes 2013/14. If England wins the 2013 test series, both teams will have won a total of 31 series. CRR: 2.32, Southern PNJ trail by 342 runs. Australia's fast bowlers took more wickets - 69 to 58 - but the averages were almost the same - 30.04 for Australia, 30.89 for England. At tea on the opening day of the Gabba Test, Australia, after choosing to bat, had been reduced to 153 for 6. England lead the Ashes series 1-0 after beating Australia by 14 runs in a dramatic end to the first Test at Trent Bridge. The Australian batting wasn't always top-class, but the bowling was terrifying - they took 100 wickets for the first time in a five-Test Ashes series, and the strike rate was their best in an Ashes series since 1896. His strike-rate was 71.55. 16.00 Matt Prior’s average in eight Tests since winning England’s Player of the Year award in May. Ashes 2013 series stats; Team: Runs scored: Wkts lost: Average: 100s/ 50s: Run rate: Bowl SR: Australia: 2735: 89: 30.73: 4/ 13: 3.37: 67.4: England: 2856: 85: 33.60: 5/ 13: 2.99: 54.7 The Ashes 2019 - England v Australia Tests | News, scores, averages | The Cricketer 18.1%. Both scored at less than two runs per over against him, which kept up the pressure on England's batsmen and ensured that there were no easy runs on offer at any stage of the innings. Test Cricket - Scorecard: 2013-2014 Australia v England (The Ashes) - 2nd Test - 4th December, 2013 - Adelaide Oval In their first innings, their average stand for the first wicket was 20, for the third 21.80, for the fourth 23.20 and for the fifth 23.80; among the top five wickets partnerships in the first innings, only the second one made substantial runs. This graph shows the mean bowling average – runs conceded by a bowler divided by wickets taken – per innings, for each bowler. Check the Stats & Records of Records, / , The Ashes, 2010/11, / , Batting and bowling averages Players in Wicket keeper Batting Bowling Which Test team had the most players with 100 caps? 367 Chris Rogers (Aus) - average 40.77. England won 3-0 at home, but the Australians were at pains to explain that the difference between the two teams wasn't as much as that. ... Ashes 2013: England win first Test against Australia ... Stats of the day. 34.85 Alastair Cook’s Test average in 2013, his lowest in a calendar year. Following on from a vintage 2012 where he plundered 1,595 runs at a 106.33 average… Johnson, meanwhile, took 16 second-wickets at 16.12. England averaged 21.58 runs per wicket with the bat, their lowest Ashes average since 1950-51, while Australia's average was a healthy 41.41. Not a whole lot to choose between the teams there. In the entire history of Ashes contests (excluding one-off Tests), this is the fourth-largest ratio between the averages of the winning and losing teams. Haddin scored at least a half-century each time he batted in the first innings: his scores were 94, 118, 55, 65, and 75 - 407 runs at 81.40. Total achievements: 33 You must be logged in to compare these stats to your own 34.0%. Rogers scored only 27 runs from 107 balls off Graeme Swann, but handled the pace of Stokes and Anderson far more comfortably. Ashes 2013-14 statistics tell tale of England's woes in Australia. Ashes 2013-14: Australian players' report card ... Brad Haddin scored 493 runs at an average of 61.62 in the series. We break down Australia and England's batting and bowling averages for every Ashes series England's Jonny Bairstow in action during the 2013 Ashes test series. David Warner, Chris Rogers and Shane Watson all averaged less than 35, while George Bailey had a shocker, aggregating 64 in five innings. This graph shows the difference between each team's average, using Australia as the base. Ranking the bowlers by bowling average is tricky, due to the data being skewed by players with smaller numbers of appearances. Given that Australia had a first-innings lead of 130-plus in four of the five Tests, the one instance where second-innings runs were scored under pressure was in Melbourne, when Australia chased a target of 231 and won comfortably, with Rogers getting 116 and Watson getting 83. However, most of the other Australian batsmen struggled in the first innings. The Ashes 2013 Sun, July 21, 2013 All the best images from the 2013 Ashes series. That 150-run difference completely altered the balance of the game. He is the only batsman to have scored more than 1000 Ashes runs and has an average over 70. England have taken the highest average in the last Test, with 48.13 in 2010/11. For all those who had witnessed Australia's top-order struggles in England only a few months earlier, this seemed to be a familiar story repeating itself all over again. The 2013–14 Ashes (named Commonwealth Bank Ashes Series for sponsorship reasons) was a Test cricket series between England and Australia. That was a battle they had won convincingly in the home series, but in Australia, Nathan Lyon completely outbowled England's spinners: Australia's spin accounted for 20 wickets at 30.80, while England's took 14 at 72.42. There was thus at least one Australian bowler who had the wood on each of England's top-order batsmen. Of the ten centuries Australia scored, six were in the second innings, including two each by Warner and Rogers, and one by Watson. England's batsmen were poor throughout, but Michael Carberry did much better than the rest in the first innings, scoring 181 runs at 36.20; in the second innings, he scored only 100 in five tries. Scorecard - 2013 The Ashes - 10/07/2013 End of Day Status (Rest days excluded) Day 1 - Australia 1st Innings 75/4, 21.0 overs (S P D Smith 38*, P J Hughes 7*) Day 2 - England 2nd Innings 80/2, 43.0 overs … It formed part of the 2013 Australian tour of England, which also included the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy, five One Day Internationals and two Twenty20 Internationals. 4. Five of them averaged less than 40, including Michael Clarke, whose 148 in Adelaide was his only meaningful first-innings contribution. Johnson took 21 wickets at 12.33, Ryan Harris 11 at 17.27, and Peter Siddle nine at 18.55. Australia take up the next four positions in the table below, with all those wins happening in the last 25 years. However, the Australians may take comfort from looking at the trends of Ashes results over time, which suggests each team cycles through periods of good and bad form and that, on the whole, the Australians win more than they lose. One century stand is also England's poorest effort in an Ashes campaign since 1950-51. Australia's "golden age" is also immediately obvious, with consistently higher scores from 1989 to 2003. The bowlers took 99 wickets (one was a run-out) at the rate of one every 45.2 balls (while the overall strike rate for the team was 44.8 balls per wicket); the last time they bettered that was in 1896. The first day of the fifth Test in Sydney underlined some numbers that have been key to Australia's 4-0 lead. Prior to this Ashes series, the Australian team was labelled the worst to ever leave its shores on an Ashes quest. There's an obvious outlier in 1938 for Australia, with the highest bowling average of 55.57, in which year the Test series was drawn. By Cameron Leslie. Australia's lower-order rescue acts The series stats suggest as much as well: England averaged only about three runs more per wicket than Australia, and scored one more century. Over the next six weeks, the pair scripted many more game-changing performances that so thoroughly demoralised England that it seems scarcely believable that the visitors would've envisaged being 1-0 up from their tea-time position on that opening day in Brisbane. This graph takes the average of scores of each team's batsmen per innings for every Ashes test since 1882 (excluding the Triangular Tournament of 1912). It also shows clearly the areas Australia will need to address before what's likely to be a tough tour to South Africa. In the 2013 series in England, there had been little to choose between the pace attacks of England and Australia. Photograph: Andrew Boyers/Action Images Australia's sixth-wicket stands in the first innings were 32, 200, 124, 10 and 128, with Haddin being a common factor in all those stands. 24 Ryan Harris (Aus) - average 19.58 Australia's run rate of 3.75 illustrates the aggressive brand of cricket they played, compared to England's run rate of 2.99 when they won at home last year. England's spin department did them no favours either. The difference between the two Ashes contests held over the last six months is stark. Bowlers with no wickets taken were excluded to avoid the data being skewed by bowlers who are filling in for a small number of overs. Sir Donald Bradman’s 89.78 is the highest average in Ashes. © 2016 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. His failures were in the second innings when Australia were generally under less pressure. Read on for more stats highlights. Please activate cookies in order to turn autoplay off. England's bowlers had a few head-to-head battles to cherish - like Broad's domination of George Bailey and Anderson's successes against Watson - but they weren't nearly enough in a five-match series. The highest was in 1886, when England won a three-Test series 3-0; they averaged 31.02 with the bat and 13.20 with the ball. Live stats including most runs, top wicket takers, best averages, catches, fifties & more from The Ashes 2013 Cricinfo - The Ashes 2005 - Statistics and Averages There's a similar small edge to Australia with the batting stats, with an average of 27.7 runs per batsmen to England's 25.94. The stats reveal the gulf between the two sides. England lead the series 3-0 after a 74-run win in the fourth Test in Durham.. Kerrigan's career. Australia were by far the superior team, but one aspect of their game that wasn't convincing was their top-order batting. With the ball, they took four more wickets than Australia's bowlers. The table shows Haddin's contributions in even better light, as 407 of his 493 runs came in the first innings, when England were still competitive in the match. Ashes runs scored: 10,500, for the loss of 271 wickets at an average of 38.75 runs per wicket. Leading wicket-takers. Ashes 2013: how the England players rated on their way to defeating Australia to win summer Test series. There are a larger number of English players on the list. More than you might think, England are playing with a previously unimagined sense of adventure, Vijayakanth Viyaskanth spins himself into Jaffna history books. England, on the other hand, were hurt badly by the lack of significant contributions down the order. In the 2013 series in England, both teams had six century stands. In April 2013 full-time employees worked a mean average of 39.1 paid hours per week (including overtime). Pace like fire Out of nine century stands for Australia in the series, Haddin was involved in four. Ranking the bowlers by total wickets taken, Australia dominates the list, with Shane Warne at the top. Overall, Australia has a slightly lower bowling average at 30.15 versus England's 32.19. Australia's cricket team has been in the doldrums since England reclaimed the urn in 2009. Australia's average stand for the sixth wicket in their first innings was 98.80; the sum of the average stands for the last five wickets for England was 70. Check the Stats & Records of The Ashes, 2013 - England, / , Records, / , Batting and bowling averages Players in Wicket keeper Batting Bowling ... Tests 5 Runs 170 Average 28.33 Wickets 18 Average 31.16 Catches 1 The top 20 batsmen by batting average should surprise no one, with Australian legend Don Bradman topping the list with 88.15. Cricinfo's Ashes site provides complete coverage of the 2005 Ashes cricket series between England and Australia, with the latest cricket scores, news, pictures, features and match reports. In their only other 5-0 Ashes triumph, in 1920-21, Australia's ratio was 1.63 (batting average 46.13, bowling average 28.35). To comment on crosswords, please, switch over to the new version to comment. In the return series, led by a rampaging Mitchell Johnson, Australia's pace attack was all over England's batsmen. Aaron Finch's contrasting stats in T20s and first-class suggest he needs his T20 mindset in the longer format. 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Then, Brad Haddin and Mitchell Johnson, quite fittingly, put together Australia's first significant statement of the series, adding 114 for the seventh wicket, before Johnson started working over England's batsmen. Ramachandra Guha: 'Cleaning up Indian cricket is a lost cause', Need for speed: How Mitch and Lockie Ferguson developed the Machineroad app, India's one-dimensional batsmen hurting their five-bowler strategy, Quinton de Kock is among the best all-format players of our time. Look down the second half of the partnership tables, though, and huge differences emerge. Australia's scores at five down in their first innings in the five Tests were as follows: 100, 257, 143, 112 and 97; except in Adelaide, their top order struggled every time. The opening stands in the first innings were 12, 34, 13, 19 and 22, numbers that don't inspire confidence when the next challenge will be against Dale Steyn, Vernon Philander and Morne Morkel. Photo: 1 / 73; Pause slideshow > In this series, the ratio of batting averages of the two teams was 1.92: Australia's average of 41.41 runs per wicket was 1.92 times England's average of 21.58. 62.44 – Ian Bell's average during the 2013 Ashes series, as his consistency with the bat inspired England to a comprehensive series victory. He … The average of 18.35 is the best by an Australian pace attack in an Ashes series since 1890, when they averaged 18.28 and took 14 wickets in two Tests. England retained the Ashes with a draw at Old Trafford (Picture: Getty) Alastair Cook 6/10 Averages just 24.16 this series. Out of the 1780 runs that Australia scored in their first innings over the entire series, 811 runs - or 45.56% - were scored when Haddin was at the crease. Add up the average stands for the first five wickets in the first innings, and Australia's score is 142 for 5; England's 124 for 5. In the second innings, when the pitches started helping spinners more, Lyon proved quite a handful, but England's spinners were completely ineffective, and the match situations and lack of pressure on the Australian batsmen didn't help either. England's fast bowlers didn't do too badly, averaging a respectable 34.86, but their batting was so poor that they didn't stand a chance. Global Gameplay Stats Ashes Cricket 2013. Repeatedly they were five down for not too many, and needed Brad Haddin and the lower order to bail them out. In comparison, part-time employees worked 18.1 hours per week. Also, the top order got starts, but failed to push on towards substantial scores: there were only two 50-plus stands in the first innings, but seven partnerships between 44 and 49. The Ashes He was sent to Zimbabwe with Australia A before returning to play the final three Tests, scoring 138 runs at an average … Of the 99 wickets taken by Australia's bowlers, 79 went to their fast bowlers, at an average of 18.35 runs, and a strike rate of 42.4 balls per wicket. A look back at the unforgettable summer of 2013-14 when Mitchell Johnson terrorised England's batsmen for 37 wickets en route to an Ashes whitewash England didn't do too badly in the first innings either: Stuart Broad's 17 wickets cost 22.88 each, Anderson's 10 came at 34.60 and Ben Stokes took 10 at 27.80, but then Australia's first-innings bowling was so strong, and England's batting so feeble, that by the time the second innings came along, Australia already had such a big lead and England's bowlers had had so little time to put their feet up, that the second innings was a no-contest. England are in Australia to defend the Ashes they won at home last year, it will not be an easy task and Alastair Cook and Andy Flower will be wanting to take the team they believe can win over the coming weeks. Is England's use of signals from the balcony a big deal? Umpires need to call a dead ball if a batsman tries to switch-hit, How many boundaries should a T20 team attempt in an innings? We break down Australia and England's batting and bowling averages for every Ashes series, England's Jonny Bairstow in action during the 2013 Ashes test series. Follow him on Twitter, Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota, Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, Gautam Buddha International Cricket Stadium, Bharatpur, State Bank of Pakistan Sports Complex, Karachi, Karachi, United Bank Limited Sports Complex, Karachi, Day 3: Cape Cobras need 183 runs CRR: 2.64, Day 3: LIONS trail by 167 runs. The 2013 Ashes series was a series of Test cricket matches contested between England and Australia for the Ashes. The Ashes scores, The Ashes 2013 results. Australia currently has a slight lead of 31 to 30. In the second innings, England had one century stand - their only one of the entire series - and six half-century partnerships, but it was still too little too late. S Rajesh is stats editor of ESPNcricinfo. The Investec Ashes 2013 England apologise for Oval revelry. In 1989, when they won 4-0 in England, they averaged 57.86 with the bat and 27.71 with the ball; in the 2006-07 clean sweep, they averaged 52.77 with the bat and 26.35 with the ball, a ratio of 2.00. Australia scored ten centuries, which equals their record for an Ashes campaign, while England had one, their lowest in an Ashes series in the last 40 years. Read about The Ashes, 2013/14 - England, / , Records, / , Batting and bowling averages Cricket Team Records only on ESPNcricinfo.com. ... 2013 Ashes averages (first … The mean weekly paid hours of work for full-time men were 40.1 hours compared with 37.4 for women. The partnership stat further illustrates how even things were between the two teams through the first half of their first innings. Siddle took the least wickets among Australia's three fast bowlers, but did wonderfully against England's two main middle-order batsmen, Bell and Pietersen. Check the Stats & Records of The Ashes, 2013/14 - England, / , Records, / , Batting and bowling averages Players in Wicket keeper Batting Bowling Has Steven Smith made the fastest ODI hundred for Australia? They also have won more tests than England, with Australia at 123 to England's 100. Get live statistics of The Ashes 2013. England's opening partnerships in the first innings were actually more substantial than Australia's: in Perth, Cook and Carberry added 85, before the rest of the batting crumbled. In the second innings, Anderson took just four wickets and each of them cost him 67.25 runs, while Broad's four wickets cost him 47.25 each. From these two graphs you can see England's early dominance of the batting game, with a run of higher average scores from 1884/85 to 1894/95. In fact, it's the best by the pace attack of either team in an Ashes series since 1890. Find all of the season's The Ashes 2013 results. When England won 3-1 in Australia on their last tour, their batting average was 1.75 times the bowling average. That's a whopping percentage of runs for a No. It shows a similar pattern to batting, with the obvious good periods for both teams. Steven Smith was the other batsman whose first-innings contributions stood out: he scored two centuries in the series, and both were in the first innings. CRR: 3.81, Steven Smith absent for Australia net session after tweaking back, Cameron Green will make Test debut if he passes concussion protocols, Moises Henriques added to Australia's squad for first Test, Sean Abbott ruled out, Gill as opener, Pant as keeper - Gavaskar, Border give their views on India's XI, Gavaskar on increased concussion incidents: 'Front press' the reason for getting hit on helmet, Prithvi Shaw or Shubman Gill, Rishabh Pant or Wriddhiman Saha - pick your India XI for first Test. Ashes 2013-14: Australian first Test squad. Johnson dominated almost all the England batsmen right through the series, but the one batsman who withstood his onslaught and didn't get out to him even once was Ian Bell: in 98 balls Bell scored 48 runs without being out. Hesitant 26 Graeme Swann (Eng) - average 29.03. In the first innings, especially, Australia's quick men were unstoppable. Batsmen who only appeared for one innings have been excluded, and this table shows the average score per innings for each batsman. However, the Australian attack worked as a pack, and if Johnson didn't have Bell's number, then Harris and Siddle did: both dismissed Bell three times each, and gave very little away. It didn't feel like 3-0, but it was. Australia's last five, on average, added 220. Shane Watson took only four wickets in the series, but three of those were of Carberry's, who averaged five against him. Should Rohit Sharma take over the T20I captaincy from Virat Kohli. Photograph: Andrew Boyers/Action Images, We have switched off comments on this old version of the site. So a more positive score (blue) means Australia have a higher average, whereas a more negative score (red) means England have a higher average. Rundown of the 16 players selected to represent Australia at the 2013 Ashes series in England. The five venues for the series were the Brisbane Cricket Ground, the Adelaide Oval, the WACA Ground, the Melbourne Cricket Ground and the Sydney Cricket Ground. Global Achievements % of all players. The Haddin factor 7 batsman to be involved in, and it made all the difference between things being even after the first innings, and Australia getting a huge advantage at the halfway mark. Aussie domination In Australia, it felt like 5-0, and it was 5-0. 381 Michael Clarke (Aus) - average 47.62. Firstly, let's look at runs over the years. The table below lists the averages of Australia's batsmen overall in the series, and in the first innings. Ashes 2013: Alec Stewart tips England for winter series win. Yet, England failed to drive home the advantage, as Haddin found at least one batting partner each time to rescue the team. Kevin Pietersen managed only 115 in the first innings, while Ian Bell scored 121 - though he was unbeaten once, in Adelaide. In this case, a lower score is better, as it means fewer runs conceded per wicket taken. Haddin won most of his battles against England's bowlers, averaging 108 against Anderson, 76 against Broad, and not falling once to Swann or Panesar. The brand of cricket they played was attritional; it had served them well over the last few years, and it worked here too: they scored their runs much slower than Australia, but they batted longer, gave their bowlers longer periods of rest, and won all the key moments. Give feedback Australia's fast bowlers averaged 18.35 runs per wicket, which is the best by either team in an Ashes series since 1890. Read about Records, / , The Ashes, 2010/11, / , Batting and bowling averages Cricket Team Records only on ESPNcricinfo.com. All rights reserved. The Ashes 2013-14. Quacker Dismiss a batsman for a duck (zero runs) in single player. 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