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Jonny Bairstow fine century for England for england had kept head in test matches but Steve Smith resistance knock guide Australia to 203 for three at third test of The ashes Jonny Bairstow fine century for England for England had kept  head in test matches but Steve Smith resistance knock guide Australia to 203 for three at the close of day two of the third Ashes Test.England made hay for an hour, as Malan and Bairstow’s storming partnership stretched to 237 – a record for any England wicket at the Waca. They then collapsed as only they can, losing six wickets for 35 to a barrage of bouncers. Australia was first watchful, then imperious, then cut down to size by Craig Overton – only for Steve Smith to take control, just as he did in Brisbane. With Overton injured, England stuck at it and the old ball was never cannon fodder, but Smith knows that he can take the game away from them tomorrow. Gary Naylor reckons he’ll get 300. australian captain, Steve Smith was on 92 at stumps day two third Ashes test of the match, with Shaun Marsh was playing seven 7 , the Australian team, already 2-0 up in the five-match series, having trimmed England’s first innings lead to 200 runs. Bairstow scores his century this was the first Ashes hundred with a cheeky celebration before lunch, nudging his head against his helmet in a nod to his infamous ‘headbutt’ of Australia opener Cameron Bancroft. The wicketkeeper’s he made 119 run which the helped visitors push England to 403, this was their highest score in Australia since January, 2011. However, England’s joy was very short period of time by the runs that went begging, having lost six wickets for 35 in the final 10 overs of the morning session to leave the door well and and will be very important for both England and Australia if England made to take the wicket of Smith then England will be great position, but Smith anchoring a 124-run partnership with Usman Khawaja after seamer Craig Overton removed openers David Warner (25) and Cameron Bancroft (22). The third test match between England Australia  evenly poised after day 2 but England’s hopes of taking the wicket Smith and Australia containing England also suffering Overton injury in his chest area. England team was not very good on the field poor with Khawaja reprieved on 39 after he nicked behind, but a lead-footed Joe Root appeared to completely miss the flight of the ball. Two overs later, Smith struck a sumptuous cover drive for four to bring up his half-century and stepped up a gear to make Root pay.Khawaja drove into the covers off Moeen Ali to bring up his 10th Test half-century but was trapped lbw by Chris Woakes on the next ball he faced. Western Australian Shaun Marsh playing watchful inning before stumps, and Australia remains well-positioned to eat into England’s lead on day three. Promoted up the order to six, Bairstow shared in a 237-run stand partnership with Dawid Malan, the highest by an England pair at the WACA and their best fifth-wicket partnership ever in Australia. Spinner Nathan Lyon broke the stand, forcing Malan to miscue his shot high into the air to be caught for 140.after his dismal England team collapsed 4-91 and Josh Hazlewood 3-92 Mitchell starc   finish 4 /91]]>

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