Hyderabad bowl out England for 219

Updated: 08 October 2011 19:06 IST

England batsmen failed to get their acts together in the first warm-up game as Hyderabad XI bowled them out for 219 in only 47.2 overs on a low and slow Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium track here on Saturday.

Hyderabad:

England batsmen failed to get their acts together in the first warm-up game as Hyderabad XI bowled them out for 219 in only 47.2 overs on a low and slow Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium track here on Saturday.

England skipper Alastair Cook won the toss and elected to bat but none of their top-order batsmen save Ravi Bopara could force the pace against an unfancied Hyderabad attack.

Bopara top-scored with 73 from only 82 deliveries with the help of three boundaries and a six. England were down in the dumps at 169 for seven before medium-pacer Chris Woakes contributed an useful unbeaten 46 to take the team's score past 200. He added 42 runs for the eighth wicket with Graeme Swann (18).

The top-four of the much vaunted England line-up disappointed on the day with Jonathan Trott making 7, skipper Alastair Cook scoring a run less than his opening partner.

Kevin Pietersen hit a couple of boundaries during his brief stay at the crease but could make only 16 before he was caught by Ashish Reddy off pacer Anwar Ahmed's bowling. Ian Bell was dismissed by medium pacer Ashish after scoring only four runs.

If right-arm seamer Anwar who grabbed three for 35 ran through the top-order, left-arm medium fast bowler Mohammed Khader three for 25 polished off the tail. Ashish got a couple of wickets while Pagadala Naidu got one wicket.

Topics : Cricket Michael Clarke England Kevin Pietersen West Indies Australia Sachin Tendulkar Ricky Ponting Deccan Chargers Hyderabad Indian Premier League 2011 Ravi Bopara Ian Bell Alastair Cook India in England, 2011 England in India, 2011
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