stuck himself. dismissed for 57“, bit stuck himself. dismissed for 57, a beautiful delivery, a clean bowl. and after that, austria look like they're going to take control, interesting decision for them to both first, interesting decision, replete that decision by taking the ball to move for deliveries, and taking four wickets in the game, but england was still bowling and mainly butler who had some fun as the day turned to evening and in support england on the second day can get their total to 300 or more, that may put some scoreboard pressure on australia. so here's a look at the scorecard. 0nly captainjoe root passing fifty in the top order, with the recalled mitchell marsh taking four for 35. jos butler is still there though. 64 not out is his top score of the series so far and england will be hoping he can turn it
into a century tomorrow it is always tough and against a very good attack, you have to be on it straightaway and they challenge straightaway, so it is been tough to get through those periods but the last couple of days a fight as hard as they could and i'm just trying to scrap my way through it.|j as they could and i'm just trying to scrap my way through it. i think over the past six months i put everything i had into it and i certainly change my lifestyle a little bit and i am waking up every day to be the best cricket here i can be and today, it was one test match and we have to win this game. four—time grand slam champion kim clijsters says she plans to return to tennis seven years after retiring. the 36—year—old first left the game in 2007 to have the first
of her three children, she then returned two years later and won two more us open titles and the australian open. before retireing again in 2012. here's how she announced she'll return to the wta tour next year: would do a really want from life? —— what do i really want? i have been a full—time mum and i love it. i really do. but i also love being a professional tennis player. and honestly, i miss that feeling. so what if i try to do both? could
well another player who's made a comeback is andy murray. and he's going to be playing three tournaments in as many weeks in china. he'd already agreed to play in zhuhai this month and then beijing. and he's now accepted a wild card for the shanghai masters the week after. murray returned to singles action last month but he's yet to win a match on the main tour. there've been big wins for arsenal and manchester city in the women's champions league tonight. vivianne miedema scored two as arsenal thrashed fiorentina 4—0 in italy in the first leg of the first knock out round. and manchester city are all but through to the last 16 as well. with a 7—1 win at swiss side lugano. five of those city goals came in the last 25 minutes. pauline bremer and caroline weir both scored twice. burnley manager sean dyche has refused to say whether the club have punished midfielder danny drinkwater after the player was involved in an incident outside a nightclub. the on—loan chelsea midfielder was pictured with facial injuries and also suffered ankle ligament
damage which will rule him out of the team for two weeks. certainly old enough and wise enough to not get into scraps, but sometimes it happens. team—mates become a part of us and anyone who joins us becomes a part of us and so we have to work with a player in the correct manner in which we do and like i say, it is easy to spend time with players and they are going well and everything is rosy, but sometimes it is equally or more satisfying to work with players and things are not quite right. wigan warriors racked up their 12th win in 13 games to assure themselves of a home tie in the superleague playoffs. they beat castleford tigers 26—8, running in five tries in total. cas must now hope hull don't surprise leaders st helens tomorrow and knock them out of the top 5. time now for some of the day's other sport stories. britain's alice tai's continued her brilliant run at the world para swimming championships at the london aquatics centre.
she won herfourth gold medal of the week this evening — this time in the 400 metres freestyle in the s8 category. that ended the american jessie long's decade—long hold on that race title. becky redfern beat the usa's colleen young to claim victory in the 100 metres breaststroke. and gb made it 12 golds in total with another win in the mixed 4x100 metres freestyle relay for athletes with learning disabilities. meanwhile dame sarah storey successfully defended her time trial title at the para cycling world championships in holland, but she criticised organisers for endangering safety. she said that cars in the town of essen were crossing junctions just seconds before riders approached and pedestrians were also an issue. dutchman mathieu van der poel has retaken the lead of the tour of britain with two stages remaining. he finished sixth on the individual time trial around pershore to take
the leaders green jersey. he's now six seconds clear of matteo trentin. the brain injury charity headway has accused anthonyjoshua's trainer rob macracken of failing in his duty of care, and not protecting the former heavyweight champion from a ‘potentially fatal‘ injury. it followed this interview on five live‘s boxing podcast where he said he knew thatjoshua was concussed four rounds before he was eventually stopped by andy ruinunior in their title fight injune 0nce once you knock him down and he got caught, he did not recover. so i know him better than all of these experts who virtually do not know him at all. so i knew he was concussed and i'm trying to get him
through a few more rounds in one round at a time and see where he is at, can he recover and can get back into this but he was dazed from any icon that initial shock and he carried that into the end. mccracken has since clarified those comments, saying ‘i am not a doctor and it may be that concussed is not the right term to have used. but the health of all the boxers i work with is of paramount importance.‘ here's headways deputy chief executive most people come i think i was very shocked by the admission, but i'm actually shocked by the act of allowing a boxer to continue after a suspected concussion. i'm shocked that he's made this admission because i feel like most boxing bouts, think it's very hard to say
that putting a fighter back in and sync get through this next round or just hang in there, that is the really warring thing we're talking about here because this is not going to be an isolated incident. and we have always had a very strong stance against boxing and there is no safe form of boxing and every time one of these incredibly fit, strong, technically gifted athletes lands a blow on someone else's head, there's a tremendous risk of causing potentially fatal damage. the solheim cup begins tomorrow morning.. england's bronte law and spain's carlota ciganda play us pairing morgan pressel and marina alex in the opening match at ten past eight as europe bid to regain the trophy from the united states. the opening ceremony took place at gleneagles earlier this evening. here's our sports reporter sarah mulkerrins
backin back in scotland for the first time since 2000, these fans from all over europe in the united kingdom. ladies and gentlemen, welcome to scotla nd ladies and gentlemen, welcome to scotland for the 2019 cup. with over £2 million for the scottish economy and an iconic history, including a writer cop five years ago. designed asa writer cop five years ago. designed as a ten records described as the best parcel of land he has worked on. icons in the game skippered the us to victory in the last two editions from matthew playing in nine cups. i thinkl editions from matthew playing in nine cups. i think i think this is the biggest solheim cup that i've been in, you see it it is quite overwhelming. is remarkable for the
girls to play in this atmosphere and this many people and to showcase what the golf ball is all about. six rookies in their side and as well as the younger team but they are relaxed and up for the challenge ahead. the great thing about having so ahead. the great thing about having so many rookies is that they are young and they have no fear. they do not know what to expect, they do not know anything, but we do not see it asa know anything, but we do not see it as a negative. i think we have at the strongest team we have ever had so were super the strongest team we have ever had so were super confident in each of theml so were super confident in each of them i really believe we can do this they almost feel like that is the first time since i've been in a team that we really believe that we can actually do it. the solheim cup a lwa ys actually do it. the solheim cup always brings up trauma, the us brought back eight of the 12 single matches to take the cup, expect more of the same here that's all from sportsday.