Aussie Trent Bridge tumble by the numbers


* Australia’s innings lasted 18.3 overs. No team has started a Test by being bowled out that quickly

* Australia were 5-21, never previously being five down for so few runs in the first innings of a Test

* No England bowler had grabbed a five-wicket haul before lunch on day one of a Test since 1913

* Stuart Broad’s 8-15 represented career-best figures. It is also the greatest Test innings figures at Trent Bridge

* Only two other men have taken eight wickets in a Test for fewer runs – George Lohmann (8-7) in 1896 and Johnny Briggs (8-11) in 1889

* Only one other Englishman has a better Ashes haul – Jim Laker (10-53 and 9-37) in 1956

* It’s been 75 years since Australia lost their first five wickets for 21 runs or less in an Ashes Test

* Since 1932, this is only the second time a team batting first in a Test has been seven down for 35 runs or less

* Both Australian openers haven’t been dismissed for ducks in a Test since 1950

* Two wickets fell in the first over. Since 2003, that has only happened in two other Tests


* 11.06am – Rogers out edging for zero

* 11.09am – Smith out edging for six

* 11.12am – Warner out edging for zero

* 11.20am – Marsh out edging for zero

* 11.28am – Voges out edging for one

* 11.39am – Clarke out edging for 10

* 11.55am – Nevill bowled for two

* 12.11pm – Starc out edging for one

* 12.14pm – Johnson out edging for 13

* 12.39pm – Lyon out edging for nine


* 36 v England at Edgbaston in 1902

* 42 v England at SCG in 1888

* 44 v England at The Oval in 1896

* 47 v South Africa at Cape Town in 2011

* 53 v England at Lord’s in 1896

* 58 v England at Gabba in 1936

* 60 v England at Lord’s in 1888

* 60 v England at Trent Bridge in 2015

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