2-day practice match,
Australia tour of Bangladesh, 2017, Fatullah

Bangladesh vs Australia

22 August 2017 09:30 (IST)

21st Match, Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad, 19 April 2017

SRH vs DD

Delhi 2nd Inn:176/5 (20)

Shreyas Iyer 50 (31);Chris Morris 0 (0);
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4-0-29-0; Siddarth Kaul 4-0-32-1;

Last bat: Angelo Mathews

Result: Hyderabad won by 15 runs.

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Delhi Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Sanju Samson c Henriques & b Siraj 42 33 3 2 127.27
Sam Billings c Deepak Hooda & b Siraj 13 9 3 0 144.44
Karun Nair runout (Yuvraj) 33 23 5 1 143.48
Rishabh Pant(wk) c Warner & b Yuvraj 0 1 0 0 0
Shreyas Iyer not out 50 31 5 2 161.29
Angelo Mathews c (sub)Chris Jordan & b S Kaul 31 23 2 1 134.78
Chris Morris not out 0 0 0 0 0.00
Jayant Yadav dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Pat Cummins dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Amit Mishra dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Zaheer Khan(c) dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 3, lb - 2, w - 2, nb - 0)7
Total(176 for 5 in 20 overs)176 (8.8 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/14 (Sam Billings, 1.5 ov.) 2/85 (Karun Nair, 9.2 ov.) 3/86 (Rishabh Pant, 9.5 ov.)
4/105 (Sanju Samson, 13.1 ov.) 5/175 (Angelo Mathews, 19.5 ov.)  
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Bhuvneshwar Kumar 4 0 29 0 7.25 (1w)
Mohammed Siraj 4 0 39 2 9.75  
Siddarth Kaul 4 0 32 1 8  
Rashid Khan 4 0 33 0 8.25  
Moises Henriques 3 0 32 0 10.67 (1w)
Yuvraj Singh 1 0 6 1 6  
               

Hyderabad Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
David Warner(c) c A Mishra & b Chris Morris 4 7 0 0 57.14
Shikhar Dhawan c Mathews & b Chris Morris 70 50 7 1 140
Kane Williamson c Shreyas Iyer & b Chris Morris 89 51 6 5 174.51
Yuvraj Singh b Chris Morris 3 4 0 0 75
Moises Henriques not out 12 6 2 0 200
Deepak Hooda not out 9 4 0 1 225
Naman Ojha(wk) dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Rashid Khan dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Bhuvneshwar Kumar dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Mohammed Siraj dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Siddarth Kaul dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 1, w - 1, nb - 2)4
Total(191 for 4 in 20 overs)191 (9.55 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/12 (David Warner, 1.5 ov.) 2/148 (Kane Williamson, 16.1 ov.) 3/170 (Shikhar Dhawan, 18.1 ov.)
4/170 (Yuvraj Singh, 18.2 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Jayant Yadav 2 0 16 0 8  
Chris Morris 4 0 26 4 6.5  
Zaheer Khan (c) 4 0 37 0 9.25  
Pat Cummins 4 0 37 0 9.25  
Angelo Mathews 3 0 41 0 13.67 (1w)
Amit Mishra 3 0 33 0 11  
               
All|Overs 1-50
4

to Billings, FOUR, leading edge for four. The ball just eluded Yuvraj's reach at backward point as he dived to his left. There was just enough nibble for as Billings closed his bat-face too early. But he timed the edge wonderfully, if that's a thing

4

to Billings, FOUR, oh spanked! Pressure on the debutant straightaway. Two fours out of two. He goes short this time and Billings absolutely slaughters him on the front foot. Rockets away through mid-wicket

4

to Billings, FOUR, whipped away. Poor ball on leg-stump and Billings times his flick beautifully through mid-wicket. It was hit uppishly but he found the gap pretty well

W

to Billings, out Caught by Deepak Hooda!! Uppish flick again, and taken. It was almost the exact same ball like the previous one and was there for Billings to dispatch to the boundary. But he finds the fielder at mid-wicket this time. He's gutted with himself. More importantly, a big confidence booster for . Billings c Deepak Hooda b 13(9) [4s-3]

4

to Nair, FOUR, back of a length delivery outside off, Nair firmly punches it through point. Lovely balance at the crease there. Didn't try to do something fancy. Just a proper cricket shot

4

to Nair, FOUR, oh lovely shot. What hand-eye coordination! His feet didn't move a great deal as he creamed the length ball on the up through cover-point

6

Kaul to amon, IX, loft him into the tand. What a way to get off the mark. Right in the lot from Kaul, and amon goe through with an uninhibited wing over long-on

6

to Samson, SIX, another nonchalant strike over long-on! He makes it look ridiculously easy. The key is that Samson's head is so still while hitting through the line. Once the ball is full, he simply gets a small stride in, keeps his balance, and plays an extension of the on-drive

4

to Nair, FOUR, squeezes it through the ring. Full and wide ball, Nair plants his foot across and unfurls a drive through the covers. It didn't look like he get all of the timing, but on this outfield it's enough

4

to Nair, FOUR, top-edged over short fine leg. Unlucky . He's rushed Nair on the pull again and he's not in any control whatsoever

4

Khan to Samson, FOUR, drifts it in on leg, it's half-edged, half-deliberate. Samson played slightly outside the line expecting the ball to turn a bit too more but it skids on

4

Khan to Nair, FOUR, that's a shot which can eliminate the hassle of picking the turn. As soon as drifts it close to the stumps, Nair is down on the crease for the sweep and he slaps this nicely through mid-wicket

4

to Samson, FOUR, that will run away. Slightly straight from and Samson has picked him away so easily. The faintest of tickles to get it past the wicketkeeper. He's looking good again

6

to Nair, SIX, brilliant shot on the move. He's walking down the pitch, does him in length with an off-cutter but Nair is still able to loft him through the line over mid-off. He not only clears the infield, but the timing ensures that he clears the boundary too

4

to Samson, FOUR, what an interesting choice of bowler at this stage. for the first time in this tournament, and he's been spanked off the first ball. Short outside off, Samson slaps him hard through point

W

to Samson, out Nair Run Out!! 1 run completed. That's such an unfortunate way for this partnership to end. A run out. But what a timely breakthrough for the home team. The ball is nudged into the vacant mid-wicket region from Samson who wants two. They're both running hard from the get-go, so there's not any hesitation there. But what an effort from Vijay Shankar running in from the boundary. He swoops in quickly and fires a brilliant throw on the bounce right beside the stumps. Nair run out (Vijay Shankar/) 33(23) [4s-5 6s-1]

W

to Pant, out Caught by Warner!! gets Pant. Oh that's such a big wicket. Pant was striking them brilliantly in the last game, and to get him first ball is massive. Should he have taken a bit more time rather than going for the slog first ball? You could argue. But that's how he's been playing so far. does well to get it slightly wide of off and Pant has to reach out for the slog-sweep. He wants to drag this over mid-wicket, but ends up miscuing to long-on. Pant c Warner b 0(1)

4

to Shreyas Iyer, FOUR, 138ks, Iyer thanks him for the pace. Bowled short and in the zone to be ramping it away with an open bat face, times it ever so sweetly does Shreyas Iyer

W

to Samson, out Caught by Henriques!! And they lose a wicket first ball, good running catch from Henriques at extra cover. Robs the pace does Mohammed and dishes it wide of off, asking Samson to fetch. He fell for the trap looking to clear the ring, slices the stroke off the bottom half, the bat face turns on impact too. Henriques doesn't drop many, does he? Samson c Henriques b 42(33) [4s-3 6s-2]

4

to Shreyas Iyer, FOUR, exposes all his stumps as he backs away, standing far outside leg-stump. follows him but doesn't bowl it as close as he would have liked, Iyer cashes on the width and flays it away over point for a once-bounce four

6

Khan to Shreyas Iyer, SIX, advances, right to the pitch of the ball and he smokes it for a maximum over long-off

6

Khan to Shreyas Iyer, SIX, down the pitch again, just a clean swing of the willow. Might have read the wrong 'un early, and then used all his might to get the distance, into the stands over mid-wicket

4

to Mathews, FOUR, saw the field and preempted the scoopy flick over short fine, got good connection and posted it in the gap. Deep backward square can't get there

4

to Shreyas Iyer, FOUR, innovative and effective from Iyer. Crouches as he stands outside leg-stump, Bhuvi does well to follow him, but Iyer uses the pace to slice the cut over short third man. Just that subtle adjustment of the bat face...

4

Kaul to Mathew, FOUR, right in the crah-bang-wallop zone, Mathew clear hi front leg and take him for a tour over mid-wicket. Once bounce and over the rope

4

Kaul to hreya Iyer, FOUR, full to on the pad, Iyer help it away to the left of fine leg. Dhawan tried hi bet running a few yard acro the boundary triangle, but that wa timed too well

4

to Shreyas Iyer, FOUR, brilliant from Iyer. That shot has been nipped out from Kohli's locker. Stands deep inside the crease and just opens the bat face to send the yorker between backward point and short third man

6

Kaul to Mathew, IX, can't get away thi time. Another full to in the winging zone, Mathew clear hi front leg and mite it over wide long-on

W

Kaul to Mathew, out Caught by (ub)Jordan!! Take on a lower hort ball, pull...no timing. traight down the throat of Chri Jordan at wide long-on. Mathew c (ub)Jordan b Kaul 31(23) [4-2 6-1]

OT

Kaul to hreya Iyer, 1 run, a tame flat-drive through cover to get to hi fifty, but that won't help. 4/4 win for HYD at home, yet again their bowling come to the recue. uperb death bowling

4

Yadav to Dhawan, FOUR, swings hard and gets a boundary. Poor delivery as well from Yadav. A short ball, Dhawan slightly crouches and swishes it through mid-wicket. There is no protection there and Dhawan is away

OT

Morris to Warner, 1 run, direct hit would have made things interesting. Pitched up delivery outside off, Warner pushes to mid-off and sets off. He puts in a dive. But had Jayant Yadav found the target, Warner would have been a goner

W

Morris to Warner, out Caught by Mishra!! Big wicket for DEL. How many times have we seen Warner get out like this? He was dismissed at least thrice in this manner in the previous Ashes. Short ball at a good pace - close to 145kph. Warner is caught in two minds - to go hard on his pull or just tap it on the on-side. In the end, he brings his bat down a bit late and the ball lobs up off the leading edge. Mishra, from short fine leg, runs forward and gobbles it up. Warner c Mishra b Morris 4(7)

4

Morris to Williamson, FOUR, class written all over that shot. Seam-up delivery from a short of length. Width on offer as well. Williamson waits for the ball on the back foot and cuts it behind backward point. No chance for third man

4

Morris to Dhawan, FOUR, Morris is trying too much here. Bangs it in short and offers ample width outside off for Dhawan to free his arms. Dhawan jumps and elevates it over point. It came right off the middle of the bat

4

Cummins to Dhawan, FOUR, shot! That was bowled at 143kph. Short of a good length delivery outside off, Dhawan gets on top of it and caresses it between mid-off and extra cover. No need to run for shots like that

6

to Williamson, SIX, length ball at 123kph. Williamson trusts the bounce, gets into a good position and dispatches it over mid-wicket. Off the sweet spot of the bat

6

to Williamson, SIX, even better! Williamson is looking in fine touch here. Shimmies down the ground and lofts it over long-off. Exquisite timing. He didn't try to hit the ball hard. Relied on timing

4

Cummins to Dhawan, FOUR, Cummins comes round the wicket and bangs it in short. Dhawan slightly moves across and goes with his pull shot. He wasn't under control, but got enough wood on it to send it wide of the keeper. The boundary also brings up the 50-run stand

4

to Williamson, FOUR, cheeky and effective! Williamson anticipated where would bowl and moved across the crease well before the ball was released. Uses the pace on this delivery and laps it over short fine leg. A couple of bounces into the fence

6

Cummins to Williamson, SIX, fine shot! Short delivery around off, Williamson was on the front foot, but quickly transfered his weight back and pulled it behind square. There was a fielder in the deep, but placed it well wide of him

OT

to Williamson, 2 runs, fifty for Williamson. First game and he's already making an impact. Whichever format it is just pleasing to watch KW bat. Moves away to the leg-side, reads the googly off the surface and works it in the gap in front of square on the leg-side, sprints back for the second and raises his bat to acknowledge the applause

4

Cummins to Williamson, FOUR, up and over Cummins. Quicker the delivery and Williamson is so much more comfortable. Low full toss outside off, Williamson walks across and tonks it over the bowler. No chance for long-on or long-off

4

to Dhawan, FOUR, rubbish from and Dhawan deals with it. Darted full and down leg, Dhawan crouches low and helps it along the way past short fine. 100-run stand comes up with that boundary

6

to Williamson, SIX, even the tallest man in the team can't get a finger on that. Tossed up around off, Williamson makes room and drags the loft towards long-on. Morris was a few yards inside the rope and the ball sailed over his leap. If he had been on the edge, who knows

6

to Williamson, SIX, how is he not playing every game? He's turning it on here for HYD. Just a bit of air from , Williamson kneels down and nails the slog sweep to perfection, flat and over cow corner. BTW, it is his fifth six of the evening

4

to Williamson, FOUR, buckle up folks this is going to be some contest. Zak with his funky fields and Williamson trying to bisect them. Full and on off, almost a yorker length, Williamson moves across and whips it over backward square. The fielder was inside the ring and he was nowhere near the ball

OT

to Dhawan, 1 run, fifty for Dhawan. His first of the season. After a couple of 40s, he finally has a half-century to his name. That should bring back the confidence in him. Williamson walks up and congratulates him on the milestone. The knuckle ball which is short in length, Dhawan is early into the pull and lobs it off the edge to fine leg

4

to Williamson, FOUR, this is batting of the highest order. The cross-seamer on a fuller length outside off, Williamson takes a step across and lofts it inside out through extra cover. Iyer at sweeper had no chance. The placement was equisite

4

to Williamson, FOUR, Williamson has certainly enjoyed batting against . Slower short ball, Williamson makes room and slaps the pull in front of square, bisecting deep mid-wicket and long-on

W

Morris to Williamson, out Caught by Shreyas Iyer!! Needed something special to get rid of Williamson and Iyer has pulled off a stunner. Dhawan pats the Kiwi on the back as he trudges off. It has been a high quality innings from Williamson. First opportunity and he's grabbed it with both hands. Good length ball on off, Williamson maintains a low base to hoick it into the leg-side, gets more of a leading edge towards deep mid-wicket. Iyer from deep square leg covers good ground, dives full length and clings on. Made it look easy did the Mumbaikar. Williamson c Shreyas Iyer b Morris 89(51) [4s-6 6s-5]

4

Morris to Dhawan, FOUR, Dhawan takes over the mantle. Short of a length delivery, Dhawan swivels and pulls it over the leaping backward square fielder. Just about eluded Mathews there

OT

Morris to Dhawan, no run, direct hit and Yuvraj would have had a diamond duck to his name. Very full and on leg-stump, Dhawan misses the flick and is rapped on the pads, the ball rolls to the left of Morris and Yuvraj was backing up for the run. Dhawan sends him back and Morris fires a throw which is off-target

4

Morris to Dhawan, FOUR, streaky and Dhawan won't mind. Morris looks down in frustration. Deceived Dhawan with a slower delivery and the opener just threw his hands at that, the outside edge evades the outstretched left hand of Pant

6

to Dhawan, SIX, geez! That ball hardly left the surface. A flat six from Dhawan. missed the yorker by a good couple of inches, Dhawan got underneath it and heaved it over deep mid-wicket. leaking plenty

W

Morris to Dhawan, out Caught by Mathews!! Third wicket for Morris. Not his best of deliveries, but he wouldn't mind as it takes his wicket tally into double digits. Short of length and on leg-stump, Dhawan premeditated and got inside the line, he gets the pull off the cue-end and Mathews at deep backward square made no mistake. Dhawan c Mathews b Morris 70(50) [4s-7 6s-1]

W

Morris to Yuvraj, out Bowled!! Top nut! Morris doing the damage for HYD in the death overs. This is a big wicket, with couple of overs to go, Yuvraj would have unleashed himself. A yorker aimed for the base of leg-stump, Yuvraj attempts to flick, gets his legs inside the line and allows the ball to slip past him, crashes into the leg-pole. He's on a hat-trick as well. Yuvraj b Morris 3(4)

6

to Deepak Hooda, SIX, crack! That was the sound when ball made contact with the bat. A gift from and Hooda takes full toll, full toss on the pads, Hooda swings hard and dispatches it over deep square leg

4

to Henriques, FOUR, charges down and even though digs it in short, Henriques pulls with a full pivot of the front leg, split deep mid-wicket and deep square leg to perfection

4

to Henriques, FOUR, wanted the yorker, but instead offers a full delivery, Henriques lofts it straight back down the ground, no chance for the man at long-off to cut that off

Hyderabad

 David Warner (c) Shikhar Dhawan  Kane Williamson
 Moises Henriques  Yuvraj Singh  Naman Ojha (wk)
 Deepak Hooda  Rashid Khan  Bhuvneshwar Kumar
 Mohammed Siraj  Siddarth Kaul  Ricky Bhui
 Bipul Sharma  Ben Cutting  Abhimanyu Mithun
 Mustafizur Rahman  Vijay Shankar  Chris Jordan
 Eklavya Dwivedi  Pravin Tambe  Ben Laughlin
 Tanmay Agarwal  Ashish Nehra  Mohammad Nabi
 Barinder Sran     
           

Delhi

 Sanju Samson  Sam Billings  Karun Nair
 Shreyas Iyer  Rishabh Pant (wk) Angelo Mathews
 Chris Morris  Jayant Yadav  Pat Cummins
 Amit Mishra  Zaheer Khan (c) Kagiso Rabada
 Ankit Bawne  Aditya Tare  Murugan Ashwin
 Navdeep Saini  Shashank Singh  Carlos Brathwaite
 Chama Milind  Khaleel Ahmed  Pratyush Singh
 Ben Hilfenhaus  Shahbaz Nadeem  Corey Anderson
 Mohammed Shami     
           
India tour of West Indies 2017
Date Match RESULT
Jun 23 1st ODI
No Result
Jun 25 2nd ODI
India won by 105 runs
Jun 30 3rd ODI ---
Jul 2 4th ODI ---
Jul 6 5th ODI ---
Jul 9 Only T20 ---
Complete Schedule
India tour of West Indies 2017
Date Match RESULT
Jun 23 1st ODI
No Result
Jun 25 2nd ODI
India won by 105 runs
Jun 30 3rd ODI ---
Jul 2 4th ODI ---
Jul 6 5th ODI ---
Jul 9 Only T20 ---
Complete Schedule