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

Sri Lanka vs India

06 March 2018 19:00 (IST)

5th ODI, Perth Stadium, Perth, 28 January 2018

Australia vs England

Australia 2nd Inn:247/10 (48.2)

Josh Hazlewood 0 (3);
Tom Curran* 9.2-0-35-5; Jake Ball 10-0-58-0;

Last bat: Tim Paine

Result: England won by 12 runs.

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Australia Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
David Warner b Tom Curran 15 11 2 0 136.36
Travis Head runout (Morgan) 22 30 2 0 73.33
Marcus Stoinis c Tom Curran & b Adil Rashid 87 99 6 4 87.88
Steven Smith(c) st Jos Buttler & b Moeen 12 23 0 0 52.17
Mitchell Marsh c & b Moeen 13 11 2 0 118.18
Glenn Maxwell lbw Tom Curran 34 39 3 1 87.18
Tim Paine(wk) b Tom Curran 34 44 2 1 77.27
Mitchell Starc c Jos Buttler & b Tom Curran 0 2 0 0 0
Andrew Tye c Morgan & b Moeen 8 11 1 0 72.73
Adam Zampa b Tom Curran 11 17 1 0 64.71
Josh Hazlewood not out 0 3 0 0 0
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 7, w - 4, nb - 0)11
Total(247 all out in 48.2 overs)247 (5.11 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/24 (David Warner, 3.2 ov.) 2/86 (Travis Head, 14 ov.) 3/119 (Steven Smith, 21.4 ov.)
4/133 (Mitchell Marsh, 23.5 ov.) 5/189 (Marcus Stoinis, 33.6 ov.) 6/192 (Glenn Maxwell, 36.1 ov.)
7/192 (Mitchell Starc, 36.3 ov.) 8/203 (Andrew Tye, 39.2 ov.) 9/236 (Adam Zampa, 46.3 ov.)
10/247 (Tim Paine, 48.2 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
David Willey 9 1 37 0 4.11 (2w)
Tom Curran 9.2 0 35 5 3.75 (1w)
Moeen Ali 10 0 55 3 5.5  
Adil Rashid 10 0 55 1 5.5  
Jake Ball 10 0 58 0 5.8 (1w)
               

England Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Jason Roy c Hazlewood & b Andrew Tye 49 46 7 1 106.52
Jonny Bairstow b Starc 44 48 4 2 91.67
Alex Hales c Maxwell & b Mitchell Marsh 35 47 3 1 74.47
Joe Root c Warner & b Andrew Tye 62 68 2 0 91.18
Eoin Morgan(c) c Stoinis & b Mitchell Marsh 3 10 0 0 30
Jos Buttler(wk) c Warner & b Andrew Tye 21 25 1 1 84
Moeen Ali c Andrew Tye & b Zampa 6 12 0 0 50
Adil Rashid runout (Steven Smith) 12 16 1 0 75
David Willey c Mitchell Marsh & b Andrew Tye 2 6 0 0 33.33
Tom Curran not out 11 7 0 1 157.14
Jake Ball b Andrew Tye 0 2 0 0 0
             
Extras(b - 4, lb - 2, w - 7, nb - 1)14
Total(259 all out in 47.4 overs)259 (5.43 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/71 (Jason Roy, 11.3 ov.) 2/117 (Jonny Bairstow, 19.1 ov.) 3/151 (Alex Hales, 26.1 ov.)
4/157 (Eoin Morgan, 28.3 ov.) 5/192 (Jos Buttler, 34.6 ov.) 6/214 (Moeen Ali, 39.4 ov.)
7/238 (Adil Rashid, 43.5 ov.) 8/245 (David Willey, 45.4 ov.) 9/258 (Joe Root, 47.1 ov.)
10/259 (Jake Ball, 47.4 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Mitchell Starc 9 0 63 1 7 (1w)
Josh Hazlewood 9 0 51 0 5.67 (1w)
Mitchell Marsh 7 0 24 2 3.43  
Andrew Tye 9.4 0 46 5 4.76 (4w)
Adam Zampa 10 0 46 1 4.6 (1w)
Glenn Maxwell 3 0 23 0 7.67  
               
All|Overs 1-50
4

to Head, FOUR, that's been thumped! Shot of a man in top form. He was superb the other day and seems to be in the mood today as well. A fraction too full from and Head smacks the drive wide of mid-off. Races away

4

Curran to Head, leg byes, FOUR, poor line and it races away. Not off the bat but runs nevertheless. Curran gets the line of this inswinger wrong and goes down leg, deflects off Head's thigh pad and beats a diving Buttler to the fence

D

Curran to Head, no run, Bairstow drops a dolly at first slip! Don't usually see him there and the lack of experience evident here. Probably didn't go as quickly as he expected and also got distracted by Buttler crossing across. No excuses though for putting this down. Short of a length ball that seamed away a bit, Head flashed hard but could only get an edge. Very lucky!

4

to Warner, FOUR, clears the infield! Not exactly in control is Warner here, gets on the front foot to chip this down the ground. Just gets enough on it to get it comfortably over mid-off

4

Curran to Warner, FOUR, this has been struck with disdain! A trademark Warner stroke, saw the length short and was quick to latch onto it. Rocks back and thumps the pull wide of mid-on

W

Curran to Warner, out Bowled!! Got him! What a riposte from Curran! A searing yorker and he's got it bang on target, probably surprised Warner who was late to react. By the time he could get his bat down, it's rattled the woodwork. Just the start England would have wanted. The dangerous Warner has to walk back. A poor ODI series for him. Warner b Curran 15(11) [4s-2]

4

Curran to Stoinis, FOUR, wristy whip! Too full and straying on leg stump, Stoinis gets across a touch and powers this through square leg. Nicely struck

4

to Stoinis, FOUR, this has been bludgeoned! probably got his fingertips to this and it has stung. Definitely would because Stoinis hits them hard and he has absolutely belted this one. Overpitched delivery, drilled hard straight back past the bowler and away to the fence

4

Curran to Stoinis, FOUR, clubbed away! Slower ball perhaps and Stoinis reads it early, swings through the line to clear mid-on with ease. Clean strike. He's certainly enjoying this batting promotion with the field up

4

Ali to Stoinis, FOUR, swept away! He plays this shot well and has executed it nicely here too. Gets down on one knee to this off break and cracks it. Well wide of short fine leg and it races away

6

Ali to Stoinis, SIX, he's sent this deep into the crowd! Blimey, what a strike! Stoinis is looking really deadly here. Shimmies down the track on seeing the flight and launches it effortlessly over long-on. Meaty blow! The promotion is certainly working for Australia, he's creating momentum upfront in this chase

4

Rashid to Stoinis, FOUR, puts this away! Floated fuller outside off, Stoinis leans into the drive and nails it wide of the man at cover. Good shot

4

Ball to Head, FOUR, deft touch! Short of a length outside off, Head opens the bat face late. This did go off the outer half but was certainly intentional as well. Very fine down to the third man fence. 50-run stand is up. Australia cruising at the moment

6

Ball to Stoinis, SIX, sliced all the way! Tremendous power on display once again from Stoinis. Sees the length short and flashes really hard at it. Goes off the slice and very fine over the third man fence. Cleared the ropes comfortably and hence the fielder wouldn't have mattered anyway

W

Ball to Stoinis, out Head Run Out!! Excellent fielding! England needed a spark of inspiration and it's their captain who provides it. Head has to depart. This was tapped towards cover by Stoinis and they decided to go for the single after a stutter. Morgan was very alert and raced to pick up the ball before firing a direct hit at the keeper's end. Did look tricky to the naked eye and replays confirmed that the bat was ust about on the line which isn't enough. Is this the opening England wanted? They would like to believe so. Head run out (Eoin Morgan) 22(30) [4s-2]

OT

Rashid to Stoinis, 1 run, gets his fifty... finally! Goes down on his knee and sweeps it away to square leg and achieves his third fifty of the series. Getting promoted up the order hasn't made any changes to his approach. He was playing aggressively earlier in the series, doing the same here to

4

Rashid to Stoinis, FOUR, rocks back and crunches it away! Too short and wide outside off, Stoinis goes back and times his square-cut through the gap at point. Got in position early and hammered it

6

Rashid to Stoinis, SIX, downtown! Pushed through on middle and off, stands his ground and wallops it right over the bowler's head. Straight as an arrow and clears the fence

W

Ali to Smith, out Stumped!! "Steve Smith fails again", says Mark Nicholas. Comes down the wicket to play it, but gets beaten due to the straighter one. Has no chance to get back as he's way down the pitch and Buttler has all the time in the world to take off the bails. Can't get any more easier for the keeper. Smith st Buttler b Ali 12(23)

4

Rashid to Mitchell Marsh, FOUR, drilled! Takes on the spinner and whacks it past the bowler. Down the ground and bisects long-on and long-off. No chance to stop that

4

Ali to Mitchell Marsh, FOUR, first boundary for Marsh! Slices the loopy delivery and finds the gap at point. No fielder in the deep and four easy runs for the batsman

W

Ali to Mitchell Marsh, out Caught&Bowled!! What a catch! Even Ali can't believe that he has taken it. Straighter delivery on off and Marsh absolutely hammers it straight back. The spinner in his follow-through extends his right hand out and that sticks in. Yes! Rashid took a similar catch in the previous match and Ali takes it this time around. Mitchell Marsh can't believe his luck too. Mitchell Marsh c and b Ali 13(11) [4s-2]

4

Ball to Maxwell, FOUR, sloppy work in the outfield. In his quest to save the second, Moeen Ali gives away a boundary instead. Full and outside off, Maxwell drives it towards deep cover, where Ali comes charging in, tries to gather it with his right hand but fails to stop it altogether. Criminal!

6

Ali to Maxwell, SIX, smoked it! Picks the bones out of the tossed up delivery and sends it sailing over the long-off fence for half a dozen. Maxwell in such form, danger signs for England

4

Ball to Maxwell, FOUR, cheeky! Slow and short delivery on off, Maxwell waits for it and guides it over the keeper's head. Executes his shot to perfection. Might have been a wide, had he left that alone

6

Rashid to Stoinis, SIX, chipped! Pure timing on that one. Gets hold of the flighted delivery and times his chip to beat the man at long-off

4

Rashid to Maxwell, FOUR, now this might have been another googly, it doesn't matter. Maxwell has swatted this reverse-sweep away over backward point. Sublime wrists to produce that kind of power

W

Rashid to Stoinis, out Caught by Tom Curran!! Lucky break for England. Massive break for England. Stoinis is caught off a full toss. The ball was probably dipping on him after he stepped out, which is why he got it more towards the toe-end. Curran runs forward from long-on and plunges low for a superb catch. Stoinis falls for 87, that dreaded Australian curse. Stoinis c Tom Curran b Rashid 87(99) [4s-6 6s-4]

W

Curran to Maxwell, out Lbw!! Big reverse-swinger from Curran to pin Maxwell on the back leg. What a massive moment in the game this is as England review. Why wasn't it given in the first place? It's crashing into the top of leg. Watch the tables turn with Australia now going six down. The ball bent back in so sharply and so late, Maxwell with not the smartest of hoicks, and it comfortably sneaks onto the back leg. That was out as out can be. Maxwell lbw b Curran 34(39) [4s-3 6s-1]

W

Curran to Starc, out Caught by Buttler!! Curran has turned it around for England with some fantastic reverse-swing bowling. He's absolutely pumped. Leaps in the air and pumps his fists while letting out a big roar. What a jaffa this was! Tailed away late, opened Starc up completely to find the edge. Good catch from Buttler too, diving to his left. Australia in trouble. Starc c Buttler b Curran 0(2)

4

Curran to Andrew Tye, FOUR, woah! Andrew Tye with a stunning on-drive first ball. Lined up the inswinger and smeared it wide of mid-on. The confidence from a five-for quite telling

D

Curran to Andrew Tye, 2 runs, brilliant effort from Bairstow, but he fails to hold onto the catch. Maybe he misjudged it initially which left him needing to dive forward. It was spooned right off the toe-end over square leg as Tye was deceived by the slower ball. Excellent bowling

W

Ali to Andrew Tye, out Caught by Eoin Morgan!! Straight off the leading edge to cover. Morgan can't have it any easier. The ball was pushed through on a back of length, it skidded on outside off which worked against what Tye was planning as he eyed the mid-wicket region. It's falling apart rather quickly for Australia. Andrew Tye c Eoin Morgan b Ali 8(11) [4s-1]

D

Ali to Paine, 1 run, dropped! Fairly comfortable chance at long-on, especially after how well he moved forward to get there. But it bursts right through Hales's palms. He had the chance to kill the game off right here off Paine's miscue, but not to be

4

Ball to Zampa, FOUR, oh dear, Ali has run right past this at third man. England bringing Australia right back with their sloppiness. Full pitched ball outside off, Zampa slashes it off a thick edge to the right of third man where Ali doesn't account for the back-spin. Have to do better at this level

OT

to Zampa, no run, given leg-before. Umm, looked a bit leg-sidish on first view. There's a huge cheer from the crowd as they think there's bat, but it's only bat hitting pad. It's pitching outside leg. So now the crowd can cheer. The inswing from over the wicket, and the ball crashing into pad with Zampa playing across the line. You can see why the umpire gave it. But it was marginally wide of leg on the mat

4

Ball to Paine, FOUR, oh this has sat up perfectly for Paine. Not sure of this from Ball. It's reverse-swinging quite evidently but he's bowling slower short of length deliveries. This one drifts on leg-stump and Paine smashes it between fine leg and long leg

W

Curran to Zampa, out Bowled!! Curran does it. He summons the big inswinger, getting it right through Zampa to pummel into middle stump. He's been absolutely sensational today. Stunned silence at the venue, or maybe Curran's roar is drowning it all. Zampa b Curran 11(17) [4s-1]

4

Ball to Paine, FOUR, runs away off the toe-edge to the third man boundary. He made enough room against this slower bouncer, flung his bat for a forehand smash but wouldn't mind the outcome

6

Ball to Paine, SIX, oh my days! You beauty, Tim Paine. Walks across his stumps and scoops this 60 metres over fine leg. It absolutely trampolined off the middle, couldn't have got it any better. The crowd right behind him now

W

Curran to Paine, out Bowled!! Curran and his reverse-swing are triumphant. He looks to the heavens, raises his arms and melts into the embrace of Root. Goodness me, what a finish to the game. This is the one-on-one it boiled down to. Paine v Curran. And Curran slips it right through the gate with a ferocious inswinger for a five-for. England win. Paine b Curran 34(44) [4s-2 6s-1]

4

to Roy, FOUR, in the air....but through the gap! Not too different from how he got out the other day in Adelaide. The outswinger and he flashes at it. Didn't want to keep it down, the slice flies between backward point and cover-point en route to the fence

4

to Roy, FOUR, clubbed away! Fractionally short and Roy is quick to pick up. Swivels to clobber the pull behind square. Rocketed off the blade

6

to Roy, SIX, that's gone all the way! Roy is up and running now. Overpitched by and he was waiting for this one. Lifts it cleanly over mid-off and clears the ropes for a flat maximum

4

to Roy, byes, FOUR, that's taken off! Where did this come from? Banged in short by and Roy didn't offer a stroke. It just kept climbing and flew over Paine who leaped but in vain

4

to Roy, FOUR, crisply done! Too full this time from and Roy gets a nice stride forward to drive it sweetly. Beats a diving mid-off and it races away. isn't happy with the fielding, he feels Warner in the ring should have reacted better

4

to Roy, FOUR, another sublime shot! Gee, then this guy gets going, he dishes out some really delicious shots. Not all that full this time but Roy is confidently forward on the front foot, finds the gap at cover with a gorgeous drive

4

to Roy, FOUR, more runs! Roy is in the zone now and these are ominous signs for Australia. On a length outside off stump, he just uses his quick hands to power this down the ground. Didn't middle it all that well but had enough on it to get it past mid-off

4

to Roy, FOUR, another boundary! isn't bowling to the field here. Too straight this time and it's full as well, Roy just flicks it in the gap between mid-wicket and mid-on. Races away to the fence for a boundary

4

to Bairstow, FOUR, Starc at fine leg gave a long chase but it was too much for him even on this outfield. Fullish ball on middle and leg, Bairstow clips it deftly through square leg

4

to Bairstow, FOUR, fortune for Bairstow! Could have dragged this onto the stumps but the inside edge just missed leg stump and raced away to the fine leg fence. Wasn't there for the cut and yet, he went through with the shot. Got lucky

4

Marsh to Roy, FOUR, what a shot! There was a bit of early movement for the quicks with some good carry but the batsmen are also getting full value for their shots. Fullish ball and Roy creams the straight drive back past Marsh. Races away down the ground to the fence

W

Tye to Roy, out Caught by Hazlewood!! Excellent bowling and brilliant catching as well. The dangerous Roy departs and Australia needed this. The knuckle ball, Tye's trademark delivery and it completely foxes Roy who is early into the shot. Too late by the time he realizes the variation and only ends up chipping it straight up. Hazlewood trekked back quite a few yards and judged the skier perfectly near the deep mid-on region. A fine cameo from Roy, he would have wanted more but he's certainly provided the start that England needed. Roy c Hazlewood b Tye 49(46) [4s-7 6s-1]

4

Tye to Hales, FOUR, delicious stroke! Maybe a touch too full from Tye and Hales times the drive beautifully. Hit it dead straight as well and it rockets down the ground to the fence

4

to Bairstow, FOUR, slightly better placement this time and he gets a boundary. More flight and this is around off stump, Bairstow gets across to nail the sweep down to the fine leg fence. Too much work for deep square leg to do

4

Tye to Bairstow, FOUR, cracking shot from Bairstow. Too full and outside off, he just leans into the drive and places it wide off mid-off who had no chance of chasing this down. Timed excellently

6

to Bairstow, SIX, flat-six! Flighted delivery on off, Bairstow puts on his dancing shoes and smokes it straight over the bowler's head for half a dozen. That was hit with real power and timing

6

to Bairstow, SIX, that flew away! For a moment, the fielder at third man was interested, but the wind made it fly over him. Short and wide outside off, throws his bat at it and gets it to upper cut it over third man

4

to Hales, FOUR, one bounce, into the fence. Shortish around off, Hales is deep back in his crease when he slaps it over mid-off for a powerful boundary.

W

to Bairstow, out Bowled!! strikes! Bairstow was in a dilemma whether to play it or not, eventually chops it on. Short of a length around the off-stump channel, Bairstow hangs his bat and gets an inside edge on to the stumps. Just what Smith wanted from his premier fast bowler. So both English openers have missed out on their fifties in this innings. Roy was dismissed for 49, Bairstow goes for 44. Bairstow b 44(48) [4s-4 6s-2]

6

to Hales, SIX, going, going, gone! Walks down the wicket and hits it through the line. Right off the meat and into the stands over long-off. Second six has conceded in a matter of two overs

4

Marsh to Root, FOUR, lightning quick outfield! Length delivery on leg, all Root has to do is get some bat on it. Glances it down to fine leg where Hazlewood fails to stop the boundary, even after putting in a desperate slide

4

Marsh to Hales, FOUR, not in control but safe eventually! Luck for Hales because he was all over this pull shot, got hurried by the bumper and the top edge flew well over Paine towards the fence

W

Marsh to Hales, out Caught by Maxwell!! Marsh gets the dangerous batsman. Short delivery around off, Hales goes for a pull, gets a top-edge that hits his helmet and balloons towards point. Maxwell runs behind, keeps his eyes on the ball and grabs it. The English batsmen are getting starts but failing to convert them. Has been the case with all three batsmen who have been dismissed. Hales c Maxwell b Marsh 35(47) [4s-3 6s-1]

W

Marsh to Eoin Morgan, out Caught by Stoinis!! Another one bites the dust! Seeing Morgan charge down the wicket, Marsh drops it short. However as Morgan is in the momentum, he goes ahead with his shot. Throws his bat at the widish delivery and miscues it to sweeper cover where Stoinis comes running in to take a safe catch diving ahead. Second wicket for Marsh, and isn't he delighted boy! Eoin Morgan c Stoinis b Marsh 3(10)

4

to Buttler, FOUR, no stopping that! Picks the length of the short one early, rocks back and middles his pull to perfection. Gets this right of the middle off his willow, bisects the field in the deep to find the fence

OT

Tye to Buttler, 1 run, bunts the length delivery and scurries across for a single. A direct-hit at Root's end and he was a goner

6

Tye to Buttler, SIX, Buttler goes big, very big! He's sent this 20-25 rows back over long-on, without ever looking to have stressed himself. Steady base, length ball, tonk!

W

Tye to Buttler, out Caught by Warner!! He's hit this in the air again, but it doesn't look like it's going anywhere near as far as the previous one. It's lobbed up straight off the toe-end. Warner backpedals from mid-off to take a comfortable catch by his standards. Huge wicket. It was bowled fuller at 131kph, so not really a slower ball but Buttler certainly seemed to have gone through with his shot too early. Buttler c Warner b Tye 21(25) [4s-1 6s-1]

OT

to Moeen Ali, 1 run, direct-hit would have had Ali, who was ambling across leisurely after digging this yorker out. Smith with the one-handed pick-up and turn at short mid-wicket. Got to be more aware against fielders of such calibre

W

to Moeen Ali, out Caught by Andrew Tye!! Steps out to the pitch of it, and picks out long-off. He was getting a bit stuck out there, felt the need to cut loose but couldn't quite get his execution right. Probably got too close to it? Maybe. Rather, it's the wrong 'un which has done him. The bat twists in his hand, causing him to slice it rather than getting much power behind it. Moeen Ali c Andrew Tye b 6(12)

4

to Adil Rashid, FOUR, carves the upper-cut wide of third man, falls just a few yards inside the ropes before bouncing over. Used the pace of very nicely there and the timing was brilliant

4

to Root, FOUR, Root slashes hard, sends a thick top-edge towards third man, but it falls just short of an incoming Tye. The idea was to go for the catch, and when he realized he wasn't getting there, he tried putting his body behind it. Doesn't work though as the ball ricochets into the ropes. That will be fifty for Root

W

Tye to Adil Rashid, out Adil Rashid Run Out!! This is gone. Yes. Brilliant from Smith at point, charging forward for the pick-up and then gunning down the stumps at the non-striker's. Rashid had patted it softly into the off-side, but he didn't pat it softly enough for his legs to have some breathing room. Adil Rashid run out (Smith) 12(16) [4s-1]

W

Tye to Willey, out Caught by Mitchell Marsh!! The knuckle ball working its magic again for Tye. It's totally done for Willey here, with his bottom-hand coming off the handle to lob off the toe-end over Marsh at mid-wicket. This is a pretty good catch actually. Superbly judged while running back and watching the ball over his right shoulder all the way, and then grabbing it when it threatened to fall behind him. Willey c Mitchell Marsh b Tye 2(6)

6

to Tom Curran, SIX, oh my, he's scooped this for six! Walked right across the stumps, pure premeditation, takes it on the full and just uses all of the 145.5 clicks which put behind the delivery

W

Tye to Root, out Caught by Warner!! There's the knuckle delivery again. Superb from Tye. Keep an eye out for him out there in Bangalore. Very difficult to hit these deliveries. Root's bottom hand comes off as he launches, skies it up and is taken calmly at long-on. Root c Warner b Tye 62(68) [4s-2]

W

Tye to J Ball, out Bowled!! Tye pumps his fists as he gets himself a five-for. Big roar. These situations are just made for him. A knuckle ball which may have drifted across slightly, squares Ball up to beat the edge and knocks over off-stump. J Ball b Tye 0(2)