England suffered a fresh injury blow at the Adelaide Oval when Jake Ball collapsed in a heap and sprained his ankle. But while their resources have been stretched further, they hold the advantage in their pink-ball trial match – despite a Cricket Australia recovery. The tourists ended day two of four five for none in their second innings, having seen CA declare 60 adrift on 233/9, thanks to a substantial fightback from 57 for five engineered by Tim Paine (52), Matt Short and then Simon Milenko (50). There was even a cameo entrance as a sub fielder from England’s fielding coach Paul Collingwood, albeit for just one over, as England cling to their advantage. Here’s a look at how things played out… 1. Five down how many more to go? When Jake Ball twisted and sprained his ankle in his delivery stride to collapse in a heap on the pitch onlookers feared the worst and that included his team-mates gathered around him. Thankfully he was able to get up and walk off the ground unaided which was a good sign, but the extent of the sprain is currently unknown as the England medics ice the area and try to keep… Read full this story
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