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Ashes 2017-18: Chris Woakes takes six wickets as England endure day in field

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Chris Woakes (centre) has taken 50 Test wickets for England at an average of 30.60
bbc.comChris Woakes took six wickets as England were made to field all day by a Cricket Australia XI in their final Ashes warm-up match. Woakes (6-54) took four wickets for eight runs either side of lunch to help reduce CA XI to 118-5, but the hosts stubbornly reached 249-9 at the close. England dropped three catches and their bowlers sometimes struggled with length on day one of the four-day match.
Wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow was absent for an hour after a blow to the finger.He was replaced by Ben Foakes, who was summoned from the nets and took a catch within two overs of coming on. Bairstow was eventually able to resume after only suffering bruising to the middle finger of his left hand. Meanwhile, Jake Ball, who sprained his ankle last week, and James Anderson, struck down by illness on Tuesday, both returned to bowling in the nets.
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Simon Milenko was bowled by Chris Woakes' first delivery with the second new ballDespite the slow surface, Woakes bowled with pace and found success by pitching the ball up and moving it off the seam. Openers Nick Larkin and Jake Carder shared a stand of 66 before Woakes switched ends to have Carder well held at gully by James Vince and Larkin caught behind. When Ryan Gibson was bowled and Jason Sangha trapped lbw, Woakes had taken 4-8 in 22 balls either side of lunch. Craig Overton, looking to earn a Test debut, found the edge of Will Pucovski and the hosts were in danger of subsiding. They were steadied by Short, who played nicely off the back foot until he edged Overton to second slip. Woakes returned with the second new ball to bowl Milenko, while Vince took another smart catch at gully to remove Gurinder Sandhu and give Stuart Broad his only wicket of the day, and his second of the tour.Daniel Fallins plundered 16 runs off the final over the day, leaving Crane with figures of 0-87 from his 22 overs.
A taste of things to come?
England were greeted by a healthy crowd in northern Queensland, with queues outside the ground lasting long into the morning. As the day wore on, the locals became keener to remind the tourists of the absence of Ben Stokes, who has not travelled to Australia after being arrested on suspicion of actual bodily harm. While Stokes awaits the findings of a police investigation, this was a small taste of the treatment can expect from a partisan and vocal crowd in Brisbane. It was also a hint towards what would await Stokes if he does eventually join the tour.
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