Marathi | HIndi
Craig Overton is an English cricketer who plays for Somerset County Cricket Club. He is an all-rounder who bowls right-arm medium-fast and bats right-handed. His twin brother, Jamie, also plays for Somerset.
Australia retained the Ashes series as they won the fourth Test by 185 runs on the last day at Old Trafford Stadium here on Sunday.
Australia took two wickets in the second session of the final day of the fourth Test at Old Trafford as they moved within four wickets of winning the match and retaining the Ashes. Jos Buttler led the resistance for England with Craig Overton down the other end at Tea with England at 166/6.
The world number one Test batsman Steve Smith cannot stop scoring runs and in the latest, he scored a double century against England on the second day of the fourth Test in the ongoing Ashes.
Days after overtaking Indian skipper Virat Kohli as the number one ranked Test batsman, Steve Smith produced another batting master-class to rack up his 26th hundred in the longest format and remain unbeaten on 173 as Australia reached 369/5 at tea on Day 2 of the rain-affected fourth Ashes Test on Thursday.
Australia's Steve Smith is back to doing what he does best at Old Trafford after he had to sit out the third Ashes Test due to injury. Smith scored his 26th Test ton and his third in four innings as the crowd at Old Trafford witnessed some top quality batting.
Days after overtaking Virat Kohli as the number one ranked Test batsman, Steve Smith produced another batting master-class to rack up his 26th hundred in the longest format as Australia rode his heroics to reach 245/5 at lunch on Day 2 of the rain-affected fourth Ashes rubber on Thursday.
England bowler Craig Overton has vouched for getting early breakthroughs on the second day of the fourth Ashes Test match after Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne revived the Australian innings in a rain-affected first day at Old Trafford.
Marnus Labuschagne notched up his fourth straight half century whie Steve Smith remained unbeaten on 60 as Australia reached 170/3 at tea on Day 1 of the rain-affected fourth Test on Wednesday.