England bowler Jake Ball fitness doubt for Ashes opener
The Nottinghamshire paceman is to miss the remainder of his side's tour match against Australia XI after damaging his ankle four overs into his opening bowling spell.
George Garton, the Sussex left-arm fast bowler, has been called up as cover for England's final warm-up match ahead of the Ashes, against a Cricket Australia XI in Townsville next week, after scans revealed that Jake Ball has suffered a ligament strain in his right ankle. "He won't play any further part today and will be assessed today and overnight".
Fielding coach Paul Collingwood, 41, came on as a substitute fielder for Ball for one over.
The hosts slipped to 7-25 against a first-rate England attack, with Chris Woakes (4-17) and Craig Overton (2-10) tearing through the inexperienced batting card.
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Patrice Evra fined and banned from Uefa Champions League
Marseille have also been fined €25,000 by UEFA for their supporters invading the pitch, setting off fireworks and acts of damage. As one angry fan sprinted towards him, the defender instinctively put out his fist and landed a punch on the aggressor's face.
James Anderson claimed 2-30 and Woakes 2-48 at the Adelaide Oval, while former Australia wicketkeeper Tim Paine made 52 and Simon Milenko 50.
England have already sent fast bowler Steve Finn home because of a knee injury, calling up Tom Curran as his replacement.
Stoneman maintained his encouraging early-tour form just a couple of weeks before the Ashes series starts at the Gabba, finding the boundary five times in a composed knock, and Alastair Cook got a start before falling for 32. With Moeen Ali, their first-choice spinner, yet to bowl on the tour after suffering a side strain, England's preparations for the first Test at Brisbane remain far from ideal.
McGregor storms cage, goes made, pushes referee
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United Kingdom industrial output jumps in September
Primary goods output rose 6.6 percent, capital goods production grew 7.4 percent and intermediate goods logged 1.9 percent gain. Construction fell for a second straight quarter, with the 0.9 percent decline exceeding the 0.7 percent initially estimated.
Video Streaming Comes to Switch
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You Can ACTUALLY Have Breakfast At Tiffany's Now
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