10th Match, Group A, Edgbaston, Birmingham, 10 June 2017

England vs Australia

England 2nd Inn:240/4 (40.2)

Ben Stokes* 102 (109);Jos Buttler 29 (32);
Adam Zampa* 8.2-0-52-0; Josh Hazlewood 9-0-50-2;

Last bat: Eoin Morgan

Result: England won by 40 runs (DLS method).

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England Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Jason Roy lbw Starc 4 2 1 0 200
Alex Hales c Finch & b Hazlewood 0 4 0 0 0
Joe Root c Wade & b Hazlewood 15 14 2 0 107.14
Eoin Morgan(c) runout (Zampa) 87 81 8 5 107.41
Ben Stokes not out 102 109 13 2 93.58
Jos Buttler(wk) not out 29 32 3 1 90.63
Moeen Ali dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Adil Rashid dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Liam Plunkett dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Mark Wood dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Jake Ball dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 2, w - 1, nb - 0)3
Total(240 for 4 in 40.2 overs)240 (5.95 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/4 (Jason Roy, 0.2 ov.) 2/6 (Alex Hales, 1.2 ov.) 3/35 (Joe Root, 5.4 ov.)
4/194 (Eoin Morgan, 31.5 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Mitchell Starc 10 0 52 1 5.2  
Josh Hazlewood 9 0 50 2 5.56  
Pat Cummins 8 1 55 0 6.88  
Travis Head 2 0 9 0 4.5  
Moises Henriques 1 0 6 0 6  
Adam Zampa 8.2 0 52 0 6.24 (1w)
Glenn Maxwell 2 0 14 0 7  
               

Australia Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
David Warner c Jos Buttler & b Mark Wood 21 25 4 0 84
Aaron Finch c Morgan & b Stokes 68 64 8 0 106.25
Steven Smith(c) c Plunkett & b Mark Wood 56 77 5 0 72.73
Moises Henriques c Plunkett & b Adil Rashid 17 19 3 0 89.47
Travis Head not out 71 64 5 2 110.94
Glenn Maxwell c Roy & b Mark Wood 20 31 2 0 64.52
Matthew Wade(wk) c & b Adil Rashid 2 3 0 0 66.67
Mitchell Starc c Root & b Adil Rashid 0 3 0 0 0
Pat Cummins c & b Adil Rashid 4 7 0 0 57.14
Adam Zampa b Mark Wood 0 3 0 0 0
Josh Hazlewood not out 1 5 0 0 20
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 8, w - 8, nb - 1)17
Total(277 for 9 in 50 overs)277 (5.54 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/40 (David Warner, 7.2 ov.) 2/136 (Aaron Finch, 22.5 ov.) 3/161 (Moises Henriques, 27.4 ov.)
4/181 (Steven Smith, 32.1 ov.) 5/239 (Glenn Maxwell, 42.3 ov.) 6/245 (Matthew Wade, 43.3 ov.)
7/245 (Mitchell Starc, 43.6 ov.) 8/253 (Pat Cummins, 45.6 ov.) 9/254 (Adam Zampa, 46.4 ov.)
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Jake Ball 9 1 61 0 6.78 (1w)
Mark Wood 10 1 33 4 3.3  
Liam Plunkett 8 0 49 0 6.13 (1w)
Ben Stokes 8 0 61 1 7.63 (4w)
Adil Rashid 10 1 41 4 4.1  
Moeen Ali 5 0 24 0 4.8 (2w)
               
All|Overs 1-50
4

to Roy, FOUR, couldn't have asked for a better first delivery - full toss on off, nothing fancy from Roy, just a push-drive down the ground past mid-off. The pace of had enough to take it to the fence. Nice way to start the innings

W

to Roy, out Lbw!! Roy has been given out LBW. He's reviewed it. Fair delivery. He challenged it immediately. Inside edge? Nothing on the HotSpot or the UltraEdge. Pitching - In-Line. Impact - In-Line. Wickets - Hitting. OUT! Roy's struggle at the top continues. The long rope might be coming to an end. The only thing that could have saved him there was where the ball had pitched, once it showed in-line, then it was always going on to the sticks. The inswinger from and Roy plays all round it, misses the flick and is rapped right in front of middle. HawkEye shows it to be crashing into middle and leg. Just the start for Australia and not the one England would have wanted. Roy lbw b 4(2) [4s-1]

W

to Hales, out Caught by Finch!! Top nut! It is the Test match line and length. England in early trouble. Both openers back in the hut inside the first two overs. Bangladesh will not be liking this. Hits the good length spot and gets it to nibble away just a touch, Hales with rooted feet hangs his bat across, the outside edge goes low to first slip. Finch bends down and hangs on. Australia right back in the game. Hales c Finch b 0(4)

4

to Root, FOUR, this was almost similar to the second delivery in the over that Root let go. Full and outside off, Root bends his back leg and square drives it through cover-point. The crowd go "Rooooooot"

4

to Eoin Morgan, FOUR, that's the new England for you. Two down and not off the mark, what does Morgan decide to do? He shimmies down to get to the pitch of the delivery and drills it wide of mid-off. Might have not timed it well enough but will collect a boundary

4

to Eoin Morgan, FOUR, goes short and wide and that is easy pickings for Morgan. Sat up nicely for the cut, Morgan slaps it in front of square - to the left of cover and off it went racing the boundary

4

to Eoin Morgan, FOUR, there's the third boundary of the over. That charge has put off. He's been all over the place since. Pitched up on the stumps, Morgan presents the straight bat and times the on-drive to perfection

D

to Eoin Morgan, 2 runs, dropped! Tough one but you expect the keepers to take those. Short and cramping Morgan for room, the England skipper went for the pull and gloved it down leg. Wade moved to his right and got his glove to that, but the ball didn't stick. Should have been taken. Might prove to be costly

4

to Root, FOUR, edged and four. Finch and Smith are left watching each other. Angled away from the batsman, Root poked with soft hands and the outside edge dropped in front of the cordon. It was Smith who should have tried to stop it

W

to Root, out Caught by Wade!! Root's gone. Body blow for England. He's been their in-form batsman along with Morgan. A beaut of a delivery from . Like Hales's dismissal, he lands it right in the channel, Root thought it is coming in with the angle, but the wobbly seam hits the surface and deviates just enough to catch the outside edge, easy take for Wade. Three down and Australia are all over England. Root c Wade b 15(14) [4s-2]

4

to Eoin Morgan, FOUR, gentle loosener from . Half volley and that is an easy put away, outside off and Morgan's feet moved nicely even after the break, driven crisply through extra cover and no signs of a wet outfield as the ball raced away

4

to Eoin Morgan, FOUR, poor bowling from . Not learning from the first delivery. Again, pitches it up and is made to pay, Morgan stays leg-side of the ball and caresses the drive through the same region. Doesn't bother to run

4

to Eoin Morgan, FOUR, in the air and safe. Morgan continues playing his shots. Fuller and outside off, Morgan slices the drive and the ball would have gone straight to cover-point had there been one, but there wasn't and it went away to the boundary

6

to Eoin Morgan, SIX, fabulous shot! The idea was right from . Tested Morgan with a short delivery and the England skipper took him on, spliced the pull and sent it over the deep square leg fence

4

Cummins to Stokes, FOUR, bad delivery and deserved the treatment from Cummins. Full and too straight, on leg-stump, Stokes leans into the flick shot and nails it wide of mid-on. Timed it beautifully

4

Cummins to Stokes, FOUR, trying too many things are the Australian bowlers. Cummins follows up a leg-stump half volley with a short delivery on leg-stump, Stokes is hurried on the pull and the top-edge flies away fine, one bounce and over the rope

6

to Eoin Morgan, SIX, Morgan is surviving the short ball ploy. This lifter was right on target, near the right shoulder cramping Morgan for room, he still goes through with the pull and the fat top-edge flies over the fine leg fielder. Short boundary that side of the field

4

Cummins to Stokes, FOUR, shot of the match! Nothing wrong with the delivery - good length ball close to off, Stokes defends and the ball pings the middle of the bat and races away to the boundary. Went gun-barrel straight and the timing on that was exquisite. Pure timing from Stokes

4

to Stokes, FOUR, freebie and Stokes accepts it gleefully, full toss on the pads, Stokes whips it behind square and short fine had no chance of hauling it back in. Strong wrists from Stokes allowed him to put the ball where he wanted to

4

Cummins to Stokes, FOUR, width and Stokes throws everything he's got at that. Length delivery outside off, Stokes flashes it hard and slices it over the leaping backward point fielder. Cummins has to get it close to the stumps

4

Cummins to Stokes, FOUR, looks like Stokes is having throwdowns. Full toss on off, Stokes says thank you very much and whips it through the unmanned mid-wicket region. Cummins leaking plenty here. Smith is not a happy captain

4

Cummins to Stokes, FOUR, third boundary of the over. The boundaries don't seem to stop. Overpitched outside off, Stokes creams the drive through extra cover. Sweeper was square and he had no chance of stopping that

4

to Stokes, FOUR, Stokes takes the aerial route and succeeds to hit it over mid-on. Fuller delivery outside off, Stokes goes through the line and lofts it over Cummins. There were shouts of "catch it" but it was well over

6

to Stokes, SIX, fifty for Stokes. Stokes brings up in some style - a flat six over backward square. Reminded me of Kevin Pietersen nailing sixes off Brett Lee and Shaun Tait at the Oval during the 2005 Ashes. Sharp short ball and Stokes was into position quickly, swivelled and pulled it over the fence. Raises his bat and soaks in the applause from the crowd. Second fifty against Australia for the all-rounder

OT

to Eoin Morgan, 1 run, Morgan's time to reach fifty. It is his 34th in ODIs and 14th 50+ score against Australia - most by an English batsman. Looped up on the stumps and Morgan wrists it to long-on

4

to Stokes, FOUR, predicted it two balls ago and Stokes does just that. He backs away to the leg-side to open the off-side field, pulls the length back but that is not a problem for Stokes, he slaps it hard and past the man at extra cover

6

to Eoin Morgan, SIX, long hop from and Morgan puts it into the crowd. Sat up nicely halfway down the pitch and Morgan capitalized, rocked back and nailed the pull over cow corner. Long boundaries but no problem for the England skipper. And this is the first 100+ stand for the 4th wicket for England in CT

4

to Eoin Morgan, FOUR, very difficult to stop a batsman with so much range. Morgan brings out the reverse sweep, though he didn't middle, he got it fine enough to beat the short third man

6

to Eoin Morgan, SIX, top shot! This was not all that short, but excellent use of the crease from Morgan. He went right back to create that length and short-arm jabbed the pull over deep mid-wicket. Spoils what was turning out to be a good over

6

to Stokes, SIX, Stokes knew it was close. Flighted on the stumps, he clears his front leg to get a clear swing of the bat, gets underneath it as well and slams the loft towards long-on. Had enough to get it over Warner

4

Cummins to Stokes, FOUR, he's toying around now. Messing around rather. With the mind, with the confidence, with the ball, with the field. Cummins gets one just outside off and the whippy wrists come into play in just a defensive on-side push. The bisection between mid-on and mid-wicket does the rest

4

Cummins to Eoin Morgan, FOUR, 142kph, loses the radar. Too wide, too easy. Enough room to unleash the long levers and cut it behind square. The fielders do not even bother moving. First the pace, and now the flashy strokes to pile on it

6

to Eoin Morgan, SIX, 91 meters. You go full, he slaps you. You bump him, he dispatches you. Takes it head on, moving away as well in the same motion and with utter disdain smacks it into the mid-wicket fence. The victory songs have started

OT

to Stokes, 2 runs, another yorker attempted, well the hopes of taking a wicket have turned to run saving. Squeezed out through the covers. The records keep tumbling - 150 between the two now

4

Cummins to Stokes, FOUR, this is turning into a joke. Bolts it out full and wide. Right under this one is Stokes with his kneed drive in steaming it through the covers

W

to Stokes, out Eoin Morgan Run Out!! It should have been a catch. It ends up with a run-out. The change of pace coaxes Stokes into an early chip up. Sucked out for all money, but for Zampa who just doesn't pick it up at mid-on. Meanwhile, Morgan and Stokes admire the ball trajectory from half way down the pitch. Stand and then realize they were going nowhere. Zampa gathers, lines up, takes aim and hunts down the striker's poles. Eoin Morgan run out (Zampa) 87(81) [4s-8 6s-5]

4

to Buttler, FOUR, the booming drive. And to say he's just come to the middle. Crouches in drilling the missed yorker through sweeper

4

to Buttler, FOUR, the wheels are falling off. It tells you a story when Maxwell puts one down. A sitter that too. Completely loses sight of this stretched slap from Buttler as it dips on it. Decides to go reverse cupped first at point, then switches and loses the trajectory completely. What's worse? It runs into the fence

4

to Stokes, FOUR, a drag down. Quickly going behind to amplify the length and slaps it away through the covers. Into the 90s

4

to Buttler, FOUR, slogs, miscues, and bursts through. They've switched off here. Looks to tonk one down the ground does Buttler, ends up getting it off the cue end as the ball finds long-on on the bounce. What should have been a mere formality ends up in embarrassment. Cummins the man

6

to Buttler, SIX, here's yet another nail. Into the coffin that doesn't believe in coming back from the dead. Takes on the invite, ends his patience of meek singles and biffs it down the ground.

4

to Stokes, FOUR, here's the stroke. Here's the hit. Champions Trophy century #1. Helped by to an extent, dropping it half way down the track. All the time to rock back, get deep inside and slam it in front of square, in the form of a cut. Off goes the helmet, out stretch the arms and now comes the bear hug..with a badge kiss

4

Ball to Finch, FOUR, that's trademark Finch. Shortish ball outside off, Finch stands tall and pummels it down the ground wide of his partner at the bowler's end. No chance whatsoever for mid-on

4

Ball to Finch, FOUR, streaky, but Finch will be happy that he got the desired result. Pitched up delivery, Finch wants to play the booming drive down the ground. Gets an inside edge that ball races away through square leg

4

Wood to Warner, FOUR, first boundary for Warner. He hit it too hard that the umpires have decided to change the ball. Short ball that sits up nicely for Warner to stand up and pull it over mid-wicket. Raced away into the fence

4

Ball to Warner, FOUR, Ball bangs it short, but doesn't get required lift from the surface. Sits up perfectly for Warner to arch his back a bit and pummels the pull over mid-wicket

4

Wood to Warner, FOUR, poor ball and Warner takes full toll of it. Down the leg-side, Warner gets inside the line and glances it very fine. Collects his third boundary

4

Ball to Warner, FOUR, another boundary. Warner is punishing anything short. Once again, he picks the length early, gets into a good position and pulls it superbly through mid-wicket

W

Wood to Warner, out Caught by Buttler!! First breakthrough! Wood is the man. Outstanding delivery. Seam-up delivery angling away from the left-hander. Pitches around off and approaches the batsman in that zone where Warner has to play at it. Bit of extra bounce as well there to make matters worse for the batsman. The outside edge is snared up by Buttler. Warner c Buttler b Wood 21(25) [4s-4]

4

Wood to Finch, FOUR, drifting down the leg-side, all Finch had to do was tickle it fine, which he did by shuffling across

4

Ball to Smith, FOUR, don't bowl there to this guy, he'll punish you all day. Overpitched outside off, a slight shuffle and then he follows it with a superb drive off the front foot. Gets it to the left of mid-off. No need to run for shots like that

4

to Finch, FOUR, welcome to Edgbaston says Finch. Half-volley on the stumps, easily put away by Finch. Offers his straight bat and straight-drives it. The only thing that could stop that was the stumps at the bowler's end. Gets it just wide of it

4

to Finch, FOUR, beautiful! Another overpitched delivery, and this time Finch employs the on-drive. A front-footed drive that beats a diving mid-on fielder. All along the carpet and into the fence

4

to Finch, FOUR, good shot! Short ball at head-high. Finch spots it, gets into the right position and employs the pull shot perpendicular to the pitch. Good connection and he gets a boundary

4

to Finch, FOUR, four more and this time to the opposite end. Loads of width offered outside off, Finch waits for it and fiercely cuts it behind backward point. Raced away into the fence

4

to Smith, FOUR, edged and safe! Fullish ball outside off, Smith moves across and still has to drive away from his body. Gets a genuine outside edge that goes wide of a diving Buttler. No slip and the ball dribbles away into the fence

OT

to Finch, 1 run, Finch's love affair with England continues. 16th ODI fifty for the opener. He gets there by closing his bat face and working a length delivery through mid-wicket

4

to Smith, FOUR, he hasn't missed out these dibbly-dobbly deliveries. Once again bowls it too full, Smith gets to the pitch and smack the on-drive. Beats mid-on and the ball was heading one way

4

to Smith, FOUR, low full toss outside off, taken full toll by Smith. Shuffles across and places it expertly behind backward point

4

to Finch, FOUR, power, brute power! Full and angling in, not much of feet movement there from Finch. Just stays in his crease and hammers it down the ground. A desperate dive from mid-off in vain

W

to Finch, out Caught by Eoin Morgan!! 50th ODI wicket for . A much-needed breakthrough for the hosts. The dangerous Finch perishes looking to play the big shot. It was full and in the slot for him to tonk it over mid-off. In the process of going too hard, he ended up miscuing. His bat turns at the point of impact and goes miles up in the air. Morgan, from cover, turns around, runs back and takes a skier. Wasn't an easy catch. Finch c Eoin Morgan b 68(64) [4s-8]

4

to Henriques, FOUR, glorious shot to get off the mark. Sees the width outside off, prods forward and creams the drive. Off the middle of the bat and the ball races away into the cover fence

4

to Henriques, FOUR, four more. After conceding a boundary, bangs it short. It looked like Henriques was almost expecting that. Gets into a strong position on the back foot and pummels the pull through mid-wicket

4

to Henriques, FOUR, crunched! Henriques needed a freebie to get his innings going. tried hard. Went wide of the crease and tried to angle it in, bowled too full and with mid-off up, all Henriques had to do was get the off-drive in the gap wide of cover and he did that perfection

W

Rashid to Henriques, out Caught by Plunkett!! Oh no! What have you done, Henriques? Really soft dismissal. It was almost like the catching practice in the warm-ups for Plunkett. The interesting thing was he went down on one knee as they do to get body behind as the second line of defence when fielding a ball coming along the ground. The googly tossed up nicely by Rashid, Henriques went for a big slog, tried to clear the infield, but the ball went off the bottom of the bat, flew low to mid-on as he had to drag that wide of off stump. Rashid gets his reward for good bowling. Oh! On the replay, Smith was livid at the non-striker's end. Australia don't want such dismissals. Henriques c Plunkett b Rashid 17(19) [4s-3]

4

to Head, FOUR, now then, that's a top shot from Head. Just a hint of width on offer from , but the key was Head backed away slightly while jumping to give himself the extra room to execute the cut shot to the right of backward point

4

to Smith, FOUR, the ball teases Mark Wood to the boundary. Fifty for Smith - 17th in ODIs. The captain fighting hard in a must-win game. Lovely shot to get there. Full and outside off stump, Smith times the drive beautifully, looked like mid-off was in business for a while but it raced away to his left

W

Wood to Smith, out Caught by Plunkett!! Smith was furious when Henriques chipped one to Plunkett a few overs ago. What's his reaction now? The shake of the head in disbelief as he drags himself off the field. It's a very soft dismissal. Australia are not capitalising on the starts. Nothing ball, full and outside off stump, Smith wanted to go over the top instead of driving along the ground. All he managed to do was toe-end it to mid-off. An off-drive/cover drive would have been ideal. Probably the shuffle across the sticks meant the balance wasn't great to control the shot. Catching practice for Plunkett yet again. Smith c Plunkett b Wood 56(77) [4s-5]

4

Wood to Head, FOUR, oh edgedddd, but just wide of Root at slip. Short of a length delivery angled across the left-hander, Head was squared up by the angle and probably a bit of movement off the surface, the ball took a thick edge on the defence and luckily it escaped to the third man boundary

4

Ali to Maxwell, FOUR, first boundary for Maxwell. He'll feel a little better now. Short and wide from Mo, Maxwell sits back and unleashes a cut shot through cover

4

Ali to Maxwell, FOUR, no one sweeping the off-side boundary in front of square. Maxwell spots that. Goes deep in the crease and despite Mo following him with an offie, he cuts well through cover-point. The shorter length enabled him to do so

4

Ball to Head, FOUR, wow! What a shot. Head was cramped for room by this short delivery, sort of short-arm abbed the pull shot with great timing to split deep mid-wicket and deep backward square leg to perfection

4

Ball to Head, FOUR, and now the tennis shot. Short again from Ball, Head pulls to the left of mid-on for back-to-back fours

D

Wood to Maxwell, no run, that could have been the third catch for Plunkett. Maxwell's brute power behind this drop. Hit the wrists as the fielder tried to take that to his left at cover and it popped out. Head was charging for a run, Maxwell says no, Plunkett fires a direct-hit at the bowler's end, but the bat was inside the crease

W

Wood to Maxwell, out Caught by Roy!! What a catch. That dropped catch doesn't hurt England. Roy has taken the catch close to the rope, realised that he was going over, released the ball, jumped back inside and grabbed it again. They want to check though. The third umpire has a close look. It's very, very tight. Did Roy's right foot touch the rope when he took the catch first? "I could see a gap between his foot and the boundary," says third umpire S Ravi. OUT it will be and the crowd break into a big roar. This was a short ball on the stumps, Maxwell backed away and gave it all on the pull shot. Roy was close on the boundary, had to leap after moving to his right, took it nicely. Didn't lose balance much and completed the catch again. Did Roy's trouser touch the rope? Not quite sure about that. Looks very close. Maybe, maybe not! The soft signal was OUT onfield. Maxwell c Roy b Wood 20(31) [4s-2]

W

Rashid to Wade, out Caught&Bowled!! What was Wade trying to do? He saw the ball pop off the leading edge and then tried to run in the direction of the ball. Thankfully he stopped. Otherwise it could have been controversial had he come in the way of the bowler who was going for the catch. Flighted delivery on the stumps, Wade lunged forward and tries to flick, instead hit it back towards the bowler. Wade c and b Rashid 2(3)

W

Rashid to Starc, out Caught by Root!! Two left-handers, both get the leading edge. This one goes to the right of the keeper, first slip moves across and takes the catch. It's a full toss that should have been smashed out of the ground. Starc swung across the line and offered a simple catch. Australia are falling apart. Need to bat 50 overs and get to 280 at least. Starc c Root b Rashid 0(3)

W

Rashid to Pat Cummins, out Caught&Bowled!! Gee, how many soft dimissals have we seen from Australia today? The sound in the cricketing fraternity in Bangladesh just keeps getting louder and louder. Remember, an England win will see Mashrafe and Co. advance to the semis. Coming back to this wicket, this was a full ball on the stumps, Cummins wanted to push it to long-on, went off the outside half of the bat and went straight back to the bowler. Pat Cummins c and b Rashid 4(7)

OT

Wood to Head, 1 run, shortish and down the leg-side, pulled to backward square leg. Fifty for Head. Top innings from him. He's held this innings together after those gifts from Finch, Henriques and Smith

W

Wood to Zampa, out Bowled!! Wood hits the wood. It's a full toss and Zampa has missed it after backing away to try and force it through the off-side. The ball hits the off stump. Fourth wicket for Wood. Can Australia bat out their 50 overs? Head has a word with the incoming Hazlewood. He needs support. Zampa b Wood 0(3)

D

Ball to Head, no run, edgedddd, third man picks it up late, dives and it lands ust in front of him. The slower ball again, Head swung across and got a thick edge, they don't take a run despite the ball going slightly wide from the fielder

6

Ball to Head, SIX, he's nailed this. Short slower ball, Head stays leg-side of the ball and smashes the pull high in the air, deep mid-wicket's interested near the boundary but it clears him

6

to Head, SIX, in the airrrr, Roy jumps, but it's gone over him. Good length delivery, very poor ball at this stage, Head slogs and sends it over deep mid-wicket

D

to Head, no run, oh dear, that's dropped. Second drop from Plunkett. Slower delivery outside off stump, Head swung really hard, got it on the outside half of the bat, flew to long-off, who rushed forward but put it down. Batsmen could have run two, but they don't

4

to Head, FOUR, edged away past the keeper, lucky runs, Australia will be happy with any runs. Head throws the willow at this and gets a thick outside edge to third man