The remarkable numbers behind England’s 67 all out

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    England were rattled out for 67 – their lowest Ashes total in 71 years.

    Joe Denly had the highest score of 12 as Josh Hazlewood took 5/30, Pat Cummins grabbed 3/23 and James Pattinson chipped in with 2/9.

    This gave Australia a 112-run lead in after making 179 in the 1st innings.

    After today, England have been all out for less than 100 in Tests 4 times since 2018 and failed to make 200 11 times since 2018.

    It’s also least they’ve made in an Ashes innings since 1948 when they made 52 at The Oval.

    At Headingly, where today’s game is taking place, there has only ever been one lower score – when West Indies made 61 all out in 2000.