England Vs Ireland, One-Off Test, Live Cricket Score: ENGLAND WIN THIS ONE OFF TEST BY 143 RUNS
27Jul

England Vs Ireland, One-Off Test, Live Cricket Score: ENGLAND WIN THIS ONE OFF TEST BY 143 RUNS

England made a tremendous return to the Test match played against Ireland on the historic ground,  After being all out for 85 in the first innings, Ireland were bowled out for just 38 runs on the third day of the match and England won the only Test match (four days) with 143 runs.

In the second innings of the Test match against Ireland, Chris Woakes and Stuart Broad bowled a fierce bowling attack on the whole team with just 38 runs and conceded 143 runs for their team. In the second innings, Chris Woakes gives just 17 runs in 7.4 overs and 6 batsmen were their victims while Stuart Broad takes 4 wkts in 8 overs. Together, they totaled 15.4 or 94 balls and finished the opposition team's game.

Fewest balls to get dismissed all-out (Tests)
-75 SA v Eng Edgbaston 1924
-94 SA v Eng P Elizabeth 1896
-94 Eng v Aus MCG 1902
-94 Ire v Eng Lord's 2019
-99 Aus v Eng Brisbane 1936

In the case of the lowest run-out in Test cricket, Ireland's team has reached number seven. Before that, six more teams have been dismissed on even lower scores. The first team to be dismissed for the lowest run in Tests is New Zealand. In 1955, the New Zealand team was all out for 26 runs against England. These are the top seven teams to be all out on the lowest run in Tests.

Lowest all-out totals in Tests
-26 NZ v Eng Auckland 1955
-30 SA v Eng P Elizabeth 1896
-30 SA v Eng Edgbaston 1924
-35 SA v Eng Cape Town 1899
-36 Aus v Eng Edgbaston 1902
-36 SA v Aus MCG 1932
-38 Ire v Eng Lord's 2019

Ireland (Playing XI) - William Porterfield (C), Paul Stirling, Andrew Balbirnie, James McCollum, Kevin O Brien, Gary Wilson (WK), Mark Adair, Andy McBrine, Stuart Thompson, Boyd Rankin, Tim Murtagh.

England (Playing XI) - Rory Burns, Jason Roy, Joe Denly, Joe Root (C), Jonny Bairstow (WK), Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Chris Woakes, Olly Stone, Stuart Broad, Jack Leach.

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