1st Match,
India and Bangladesh in Sri Lanka T20I Tri-Series, 2018, Colombo

Sri Lanka vs India

06 March 2018 19:00 (IST)

4th ODI, Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, 26 January 2018

Australia vs England

Australia 2nd Inn:197/7 (37)

Andrew Tye* 3 (1);Tim Paine 25 (31);
Chris Woakes* 7-0-36-1; Mark Wood 9-0-58-1;

Last bat: Pat Cummins

Result: Australia won by 3 wkts.

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Australia Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
David Warner c Jos Buttler & b C Woakes 13 11 2 0 118.18
Travis Head c Morgan & b Mark Wood 96 107 15 0 89.72
Cameron White lbw Tom Curran 3 7 0 0 42.86
Steven Smith(c) c Root & b Adil Rashid 4 16 0 0 25
Mitchell Marsh c & b Adil Rashid 32 30 3 1 106.67
Marcus Stoinis c Roy & b Adil Rashid 14 11 3 0 127.27
Tim Paine(wk) not out 25 31 2 0 80.65
Pat Cummins runout (Mark Wood) 3 9 0 0 33.33
Andrew Tye not out 3 1 0 0 300
Adam Zampa dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Josh Hazlewood dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 0, w - 3, nb - 1)4
Total(197 for 7 in 37 overs)197 (5.32 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/25 (David Warner, 4.4 ov.) 2/48 (Cameron White, 7.4 ov.) 3/70 (Steven Smith, 13.5 ov.)
4/112 (Mitchell Marsh, 21.5 ov.) 5/136 (Marcus Stoinis, 25.3 ov.) 6/180 (Travis Head, 34.2 ov.)
7/185 (Pat Cummins, 36.1 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Chris Woakes 7 0 36 1 5.14  
Mark Wood 9 0 58 1 6.44 (1w)
Tom Curran 2 1 10 1 5 (2w)
Moeen Ali 8 0 41 0 5.13  
Adil Rashid 10 0 49 3 4.9  
Joe Root 1 0 3 0 3  
               

England Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Jason Roy c Steven Smith & b Hazlewood 0 2 0 0 0
Jonny Bairstow c Paine & b Hazlewood 0 9 0 0 0
Alex Hales b Pat Cummins 3 11 0 0 27.27
Joe Root c Hazlewood & b Pat Cummins 0 7 0 0 0
Eoin Morgan(c) c Paine & b Pat Cummins 33 61 1 0 54.1
Jos Buttler(wk) c Paine & b Hazlewood 0 2 0 0 0
Moeen Ali c Head & b Andrew Tye 33 50 3 0 66
Chris Woakes c (sub)Maxwell & b Andrew Tye 78 82 4 5 95.12
Adil Rashid c Paine & b Pat Cummins 7 8 1 0 87.5
Tom Curran c Mitchell Marsh & b Andrew Tye 35 35 2 1 100
Mark Wood not out 2 2 0 0 100
             
Extras(b - 1, lb - 0, w - 4, nb - 0)5
Total(196 all out in 44.5 overs)196 (4.37 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/0 (Jason Roy, 0.2 ov.) 2/4 (Alex Hales, 3.2 ov.) 3/4 (Jonny Bairstow, 4.2 ov.)
4/6 (Joe Root, 5.3 ov.) 5/8 (Jos Buttler, 6.2 ov.) 6/61 (Eoin Morgan, 21.3 ov.)
7/112 (Moeen Ali, 30.3 ov.) 8/120 (Adil Rashid, 31.6 ov.) 9/180 (Chris Woakes, 42.4 ov.)
10/196 (Tom Curran, 44.5 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Josh Hazlewood 10 0 39 3 3.9 (1w)
Pat Cummins 10 2 24 4 2.4 (2w)
Mitchell Marsh 5 1 24 0 4.8  
Andrew Tye 7.5 0 33 3 4.21  
Travis Head 2 0 9 0 4.5  
Adam Zampa 7 0 42 0 6 (1w)
Marcus Stoinis 3 0 24 0 8  
               
All|Overs 1-50
4

to Warner, FOUR, lovely shot, Warner is away and in some style, this was too full and too wide of off, a rank half-volley from , Warner leans forward and places the drive in the gap past cover, no need to run for those

4

to Head, FOUR, nice from Head, that should give him plenty of confidence, another long half-volley from as he searched for swing, there's none of that on offer and Head crashes it through cover

4

Wood to Head, FOUR, cracking shot, that too short from Wood and Head is all over it. Transfers his weight back, swivels across andx pulls it into the gap past mid-wicket, no need to run for those

4

to Warner, FOUR, that's a thumping pull, a sign of intent from Warner, too short from and he's been imperiously pulled away past mid-wicket, no one moved

W

to Warner, out Caught by Buttler!! Edged and caught! A dismissal that been all too similar for Warner in recent times, pitches this one in that corridor outside off and gets it to shape away. Warner's feet went nowhere as he pushed at that, the edge is found and Buttler does the rest. Much needed wicket for England, they need a bunch of those though. Warner c Buttler b 13(11) [4s-2]

4

Wood to Head, FOUR, full and wide of off, Head needs no second thoughts as he threw his hands at that, slashes it over point and rolls away to the fence

4

Wood to Head, FOUR, edged and four, second slip would have gobbled it up. He had just moved across towards short point and that has costed England a wicket. This was pitched up and kept slanting away from outside off, Head saw the width and threw his bat at that, gets a thick edge past the diving Root for a boundary

4

Wood to Head, FOUR, hat-trick of fours for Head, this is the best of the lot, only fraction short and just outside off, Head swivels across, brings his wrists in to play and whips it wide of mid-wicket

4

to Head, FOUR, hammered, tad too short and just outside off, Head swivels across and flat-bats the pull past the bowler, beats mid-on to his left and rolls away to the fence

4

to Head, FOUR, lovely, shot of the afternoon session so far, overpitched and well outside off , Head leans forward, presents the full face of the bat and caresses it into the gap through exra-cover, no need to run for those

W

Curran to Cameron White, out Lbw!! That's as plumb as one gets, is it the end of White's Australian career? Lovely delivery from Curran, he got this one to nip back in from a length, White was once again looking to work it across the line, he fell over on the shot slightly, the bat came around the pad and the ball thudded into the pad, adjacent to off and middle, would have been crashing into the top of middle-stump. White has a word with his partner, but walks away without challenging the call. Cameron White lbw b Curran 3(7)

4

Curran to Head, FOUR, punchy drive from Head, Curran has been put under pressure now, floats this one too full and just outside off, Head leans forward and punches it back past the non-striker, no need to run for those

4

Curran to Head, FOUR, full and wide of off, that's easy pickings for Head as he drills it through cover. He's looked a lot more assured today, having been asking to open the batting

W

Rashid to Smith, out Caught by Root!! England are fighting back at the Adelaide Oval, a cheap score from Smith. This was another slider from Rashid, pushed through flatter and quicker, Smith was making room for the cut, the length wasn't there for the shot, he tried to manufacture room and got a thick edge. The ball was travelling and to the right of first slip, but Root made it look easy as he pouched it with both hands. Replays show he somehow held on, wasn't sure of himself and has a chuckle after completing it. Smith c Root b Rashid 4(16)

4

Rashid to Mitchell Marsh, FOUR, cracking shot, the leg-break from Rashid, but the length is way too short, allows Marsh to rock back and punch it past cover-point, no need to run for those

4

Ali to Mitchell Marsh, FOUR, now the crunch. Oh those hands. There's width, but Marsh's smoked it through the covers with his fierce one-kneed slap. The cameras too have a tough time tracking this

6

Rashid to Mitchell Marsh, SIX, it's got legs. In fact it's on a marathon. Forget his inability to read the turn. Why bother when you can strike it like this. Gets down, under the length and with a full blooded slog dispatches it into cow corner

4

Ali to Mitchell Marsh, FOUR, rank drag down. Not that Marsh needs these gifts. Uses the depth of the crease, piling on the drift down leg and swivels in heaving it away behind square. Into the boundary, duh

OT

Ali to Head, 1 run, just a soft nurdle through mid-wicket. And it's a half-century. He's stealing places. Quietly

4

Rashid to Head, FOUR, oh those whippy wrists. Moves away, picks the wrong 'un and drills it through extra cover, opening up the bat face as he does so

W

Rashid to Mitchell Marsh, out Caught&Bowled!! Oh dear. The horrors of a high full toss and Marsh has found a way to hammer it straight back to Rashid. His palms too come in the way..somehow..more in an act of self defence. Gets a wry smile, with the head nodding as he teases him off. It's the cardinal sin - trying to whack a full toss - too early, too hard. Mitchell Marsh c and b Rashid 32(30) [4s-3 6s-1]

4

Rashid to Stoinis, FOUR, runs down, tries avoiding the off-side and in the process hacks it over mid-wicket. Was never to the pitch of it, but doesn't hold back, almost finding himself sucked into England's plans

4

Wood to Head, FOUR, nice juicy sitter. Way too short, but gets up only as far as the ribs. Head was always deep in the crease, spots and flat bats it through mid-wicket

4

Rashid to Stoinis, FOUR, nails the sweep. Overcooked, and with practically everybody out there for the mistimed drive, Stoinis brooms it through square leg

4

Rashid to Stoinis, FOUR, much finer. Rashid continues floating it up on the fuller side on off and Stoinis is down quickly, adjusting as well in waiting to drill it behind square this time

W

Rashid to Stoinis, out Caught by Roy!! The field messes around with his head. Two sweeps, two boundaries, but Stoinis keeps getting greedier. Decides to hoick this one over the two covers. Can't reach out, miscues and the squarer of the two picks it out. Was the top-spinner that led to him losing his timing. Stoinis c Roy b Rashid 14(11) [4s-3]

4

Wood to Head, FOUR, enough width, and there all his pace too. Head flashes, hard obviously and ensures that he guides it past the diving backward point. Talk about weight transfer

4

Ali to Head, FOUR, steps out and lofts it over mid-on for four. He got pretty close to the ball, eliminating the risk of turn, before swinging through the line of it

4

Ali to Head, no ball, FOUR, shocking high full toss from Ali, it's been called as a no-ball while being slogged away over mid-wicket for four. Hurriedly getting away from England now

4

to Head, FOUR, smokes this through backward point. Any hint of width and he's made full use of it today. Clears the front leg before flashing it to the boundary. Into the 90s he goes

W

Wood to Head, out Caught by Eoin Morgan!! Oh dear, he's missed out on a well deserved hundred. Such heartbreak for Head, smashing the ball straight to mid-on. He gave this one a fair whack, clearing his front leg for an extraordinary flat-batted smash off a back of length delivery. Rocketed off his bat and stung Morgan's fingers as he took it, but he took it. Head walks off distraught, getting a big ovation on his way. He's done enough though. At least it seems that way. Head c Eoin Morgan b Wood 96(107) [4s-15]

W

Wood to Pat Cummins, out Pat Cummins Run Out!! 1 run completed. What a shocking mix-up between these two batsmen. Cummins and Paine are nowhere close to being on the same page. They're in two different books rather. Absolute shocker. It was punched back past mid-on, should have been a comfortable two and Cummins comes down looking for it. But Paine didn't want it. He stationed himself at the striker's end. Cummins saw that, but rather than rushing to make it back, he just stalled there looking at the fielder. By the time he made an effort, it was too late. Is it still on? Pat Cummins run out (Tom Curran/ Wood) 3(9)

4

Wood to Paine, FOUR, relieves the pressure with a ferocious back-cut past backward point. He's crunched this off the back foot

4

Wood to Paine, FOUR, four more. Just four needed now. Surely there can't be any more drama. Short of length at the body, Paine pulls hard and splits long leg and fine leg

W

to Roy, out Caught by Smith!! A second ball duck for Roy, just the start Australia were looking for. On a good length and shaping away from outside off, Roy saw the width and threw his hands at that, gets a thickish outside edge on the slice, straight to the Australian captain at backward point. He doesn't drop those, big early strike from . Roy c Smith b 0(2)

W

Cummins to Hales, out Bowled!! Cleaned up! That's a top nut from Cummins and England are in some early trouble. Perfect line and perfect length from Cummins, Hales was caught moving forward, brought his bat down at an angle, the gap was found, the nip-backer did the rest and the ball thudded into the off-stump, right through the gate, Hales turns back in disappointment, the visitors have been rocked early. Replays suggest that the ball clipped the pads on its way to the stumps, but that was a beauty from Cummins. Hales b Cummins 3(11)

W

to Bairstow, out Caught by Paine!! Edged and caught! This is a dream start from and Australia, on a good length and in that channel outside off, did very little off the seam. Bairstow's feet was rooted to the crease as he aimed an ambitious drive, gets a thick edge and Paine does the rest. Australia are turning it on here at the Adelaide Oval, the holiday crowd are certainly enjoying it. Bairstow c Paine b 0(9)

W

Cummins to Root, out Caught by Hazlewood!! England are loving the ducks here at Adelaide, a third batsman falls for a duck and this time it's Root. Shocking shot under the circumstances, not one you would think a player of the caliber of Root would play so early in his innings. This was a well directed bouncer from Cummins, short and just outside off, Root had no room to play the pull, went through with the shot, gets a steepling top-edge towards long leg. Hazlewood runs in from the deep, keeps his eyes on the ball and holds on. 'This is England's worst ever start at the fall of four wickets', informs Mark Nicholos, on air. Root c Hazlewood b Cummins 0(7)

W

to Buttler, out Caught by Paine!! England are laying ducks at the Adelaide Oval. This is an absolute peach from , not sure Buttler could have done any better, fourth batsman to be dismissed for a duck. What's happening in Adelaide? Australia are threatening to simply blow the Englishmen out of the park. Coming to the ball, this was pitched up around off, a hint of shape and then it straightened. Buttler simply had to play at that, looks to defend and gets an audible edge through to the keeper. Didn't do anything wrong, simply unplayable. Buttler c Paine b 0(2)

4

Tye to Moeen Ali, FOUR, cracking shot, first boundary of the innings and the Barmy Army have something to shout about. Width on offer from Tye and Moeen is all over it, reaches out with his hands and flays it through cover

4

Tye to Moeen Ali, FOUR, expensive over form Tye, 10 runs came from it, lovely shot from Moeen, banged in short and just outside off, he swivels across, rolls his wrists over and pulls it in front of square on the on-side, beats the man getting across from the deep

4

to Eoin Morgan, FOUR, floats it up outside off, inviting some extravaganza. Gets just that. A lofted drive, inside-out and is chipped over the covers

W

Cummins to Eoin Morgan, out Caught by Paine!! Sums up England's day. A strayed bouncer, well down leg, asking to be disched -- and Morgan manages to get some glove on it. Goes for the pull, stuck on the front foot as he does so, and there's the feather on it to the keeper. Was the cross-seam, and Morgan's completely undone by the pace. Eoin Morgan c Paine b Cummins 33(61) [4s-1]

4

to Woakes, FOUR, on the drive, on the up, in the air and into the ropes. Pierces the gap perfectly between cover and mid-off with a spanking forward full face

4

to Woakes, FOUR, all grace. Was just a chip, but why bother with more when you've picked your spot with such perfection. Goes with the turn, taking on the flighter and through the line as he goes inside-out in the lofted drive through the covers

6

to Woakes, SIX, on the slog now. Quick to spot the length, sits under it and off one knee smokes it, with an airy sweep. Into cow corner

4

to Woakes, FOUR, nice juicy pitch up at 138.2kph. Woakes uses all of it, staying perfectly balanced, on top of the ball and drilling it through the covers

6

Marsh to Woakes, SIX, just the perfect sitter. The length just not short enough and Woakes is quick to spot. Off the front foot in the full swing on the pull as he deposits it into deep square leg. There was a man out there, but all he can do is catch off the ricochet

4

Marsh to Moeen Ali, FOUR, an absolute shovel. Picks up the fuller length, gets under it and hacks it across the line. Once again, the short side boundary helps the ball win the race

W

Tye to Moeen Ali, out Caught by Head!! If Nelson doesn't strike, Nelson+1 does. Moeen can't resist this back of a length one. He tries pulling it into deep mid-wicket, quite like he'd done in the previous over. Just that this one doesn't get the elevation. Goes flat, with a little too much of the timing and Head out there, backtracks, backtracks, realizes the ropes aren't far behind and scoops the ball up before he gets behind and return into the field of play to collect. So damn easy. And before I forget, it's also Tye's maiden ODI scalp. Moeen Ali c Head b Tye 33(50) [4s-3]

4

Cummins to Adil Rashid, FOUR, geez what a square drive! Full pitched from Cummins outside off, looking for the edge with two slips waiting, but this has come straight off the sweet spot. Whistles away through cover-point

W

Cummins to Adil Rashid, out Caught by Paine!! Cummins strikes! He finds the edge he was after as Rashid pokes at a good length delivery away from the body. Tried withdrawing the bat but did so only after a faint nick was found. So the move to bring Cummins back has paid off. Really good move. England eight down. Adil Rashid c Paine b Cummins 7(8) [4s-1]

4

to Tom Curran, FOUR, scintillating pull shot through mid-wicket! He got into position quickly, opened his body up and freed his arms

4

to Woakes, FOUR, heaved away over mid-wicket, it rolls into the boundary and brings up the fifty for Woakes. He's been quite sensational with the bat this series. Yet to be dismissed

6

to Woakes, SIX, hard and flat, over the ropes. Picks the slower ball, sets himself up and whacks the pull shot over square leg. His timing has just been so sublime

6

to Woakes, SIX, my goodness, how about that for timing! Back of length delivery at the stumps, and it's just a half-hearted pick-up from Woakes. He's in fact checked his shot there, but it's still gone into the fifth row in the mid-wicket stands

6

to Woakes, SIX, had Tye stood right at the edge, this could have been a simple chance. In fact, he may have been standing back initially, but he misjudged this slog-sweep from Woakes and charged in rather than staying in his position. It loops over him and just clears the boundary. Tye kicks the air in frustration

W

Tye to Woakes, out Caught by (sub)Maxwell!! Tye has completely deceived Woakes with the slower ball here. It's full and wide of off, Woakes is trying to loft this inside-out but because he hasn't picked the variation, he's early into it and ends up dragging it off the toe-end towards long-on. Maxwell comes forward for a good catch. End of an excellent innings. Woakes c (sub)Maxwell b Tye 78(82) [4s-4 6s-5]

6

Tye to Tom Curran, SIX, he's managed to muscle this for six. Short of length, appeared to have rushed Curran on the pull shot but he swings hard and makes decent contact

4

Tye to Tom Curran, FOUR, makes room and crashes it through extra-cover. Excellent batting from Curran. Picked his spot there

W

Tye to Tom Curran, out Caught by Mitchell Marsh!! The slower ball does it again for Tye. He finishes with a nice 3-fer. It's on a length on middle and leg, Curran chips it straight to short mid-wicket. Tom Curran c Mitchell Marsh b Tye 35(35) [4s-2 6s-1]

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