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Australia vs England 2nd ODI Highlights – Jan 19, 2018

Australia vs England 2nd ODI Highlights – Jan 19, 2018, Eng v Aus highlights today – Second one day international from Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane (Australia) Friday 19th January 2018.





In the first match between England and Australia, home team batted first and scored 304 runs with eight wickets down which was a good total but England chased the target easily with just five down and seven balls remaining. AJ Finch scored 107 runs off 119 deliveries and out when it was 35.2 picks out deep midwicket! Stands still this time, opts for the leg side, heaves across the line and clubs it down the throat of Bairstow 196/4. He smashed ten 4s and three 6s in his innings. MR Marsh scored 50, MP Stoinis 60 and TD Paine † 27. LE Plunkett took three wickets, AU Rashid dismissed two Australian batsmen and rest of the English bowlers took one wicket each of them.

Australia won the toss and elected to bat.

Australia team/playing XI
DA Warner, AJ Finch, SPD Smith (c), TM Head, MR Marsh, CL White, MP Stoinis, AT Carey †, MA Starc, AJ Tye, JA Richardson.

England team/playing XI
JJ Roy, JM Bairstow, AD Hales, JE Root, EJG Morgan (c), JC Buttler †, MM Ali, CR Woakes, AU Rashid, LE Plunkett, MA Wood.

Match Timings : 13.20 start, First Session 13.20-16.50 Interval 16.50-17.35, Second Session 17.35-21.05

JJ Roy opener of the English team scored 180 runs which are England’s highest-ever ODI score in cricket history. He faced 151 deliveries in his beautiful innings, he smashed 16 4s and five maximums in his great innings. When his wicket dismissed then damage was done and then it was 42.3 short, pulled, top-edged, gone! The end of a triumphant innings from Roy, the MCG rises as one to a brilliant performance. A bit of a tired ending went for the big humpty over the leg side but ended up with a lobbed chance to backward square. But what a statement innings from a resurgent one-day team! 281/3. JM Bairstow contributed 14 runs and out, JE Root scored 91 runs not out.

England tour of Australia and New Zealand 2nd ODI (D/N) Highlights

Warner indicated that Australia were hoping for a surface more suited to their skills in Brisbane after the “uneven”, grassy offering served up at the MCG. Pace and true bounce are only likely to aid England’s ball-strikers, although, over the last five years, the Gabba has actually been the slowest-scoring of Australia’s main grounds. The forecast for Friday is hot and humid, without interruption. England have little reason to change the XI from Melbourne, although David Willey or Tom Curran could come into contention if they wanted to add to their bowling options. Hazlewood’s illness and the absence of Cummins means Australia only have 13 fit players, including Carey, to select from. Richardson has played just eight List A games but is capable of pushing the speed gun above 145kph and has international experience, having made his T20 debut last year after impressing in the Big Bash.

Umpires – Simon Fry, Chris Gaffaney
TV Umpires – Kumar Dharmasena
Match Referee – Ranjan Madugalle
Reserve Umpire – Sam Nogajski
Match number – ODI no. 3958

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What a sea change this has been from the Test matches. England doing every bit of justice to their brand of aggressive cricket, flaunting their firepower as an ODI unit. Australia need to search for answers and find them before we get going at the SCG. That’s all we have for you today. I’ve been Sagar Chawla, you can find me @SagarChawla90. On behalf of Ramakrishnan (@kimivamsi), Rishi Roy (@_rrroy_), and our scorer Shashikant Singh (@shashi_CB), it’s a goodbye!

Morgan, winning captain: I thought the bowlers were exceptional. On a hot day, the seamers bowled pretty well. Joe coming in, and bowling in the manner that he did. It puts pressure on the Australian batsmen. I’d like to think we’d get better as we go on, but a pretty good bowling performance. Far from our best performance with the bat. That’s exciting in a way. We’re 2-0 up and we’re still looking for our best batting performance. That’s pretty cool (when informed that this is only England’s 2nd ODI win at the Gabba). It doesn’t bother us. We take each game as it comes. We have a level of trust and confidence within the group and with each other. That confidence is there at the moment that somebody will put the hand up.

Joe Root, MoM: Was enjoyable today. Didn’t think I’d bowl seven overs at the start of the day. The form he’s (Smith) been in the summer, it was enjoyable for me to get the back of him. Whenever you come off the back of a series loss, you want to prove a point. It’s a chance for us to show how good we are, especially away from home. Want to set a benchmark for ourselves. These two games have been good in that respect. The key was to keep the composure (when Starc got going). We knew we were just one partnership away.

Smith, losing captain: Unfortunately we’re not playing good enough one-day cricket at the moment. Finchy played particularly well to score his hundred. We were in a good position and then we scored just 60 with seven wickets in hand in the last 11 overs and that’s not enough against a quality England batting lineup. Lost a couple of wickets in a row. Marsh and Finchy got out in succession. Two new batters there. Just couldn’t get that power going. Need to bat a little bit longer, and if we do that, we’d probably get that 320 we’re after. It’s a good opportunity for the other guys. I thought Richardson bowled very well tonight. So yeah, a good opportunity. We will have all three first choice pacers back in Sydney so we’ll see how we go. Didn’t think the wicket would play the way it did. Probably didn’t spin enough in the second innings. This Gabba wicket has been different from the one we’ve known. It’s a Q/F, S/F and final for us from this point on.

20:47 Local Time, 10:47 GMT, 16:17 IST: England have pretty much schooled the hosts in these first two one-dayers. If not for Mitchell Starc’s threat, they’d have packed this up so much sooner, which is incredible considering they’ve won with over five overs to spare. Australia opted to beef up their batting today, thereby sacrificing the spinner on a pitch where the opposition spinners thrived. They then landed in trouble when the batting under-delivered to finish with a well below par score. With a pretty one-dimensional attack up their sleeve, and just the part-time of Head as the spinning option, it was always going to be difficult. Hales and Bairstow’s start set England on their way, and then Root hung around to steer the side home like he did at the MCG.

Stoinis to Woakes, FOUR, the field comes up, allowing Woakes to loft this into the long-on boundary. England with another comfortable run-chase to go 2-0 up

Stoinis to Woakes, FOUR, oh lovely. Just a steer over backward point for four. Got under this short of length delivery so nicely. How well has he played

Mitchell Marsh to Woakes, 3 runs, lifts this length ball over extra-cover, the intention being just to clear the infield and not trying to go too hard. Three more for Woakes

Mitchell Marsh to Woakes, no run, slanted in on leg, hits Woakes on the pad as he misses his slog

Mitchell Marsh to Woakes, no run, back of a length delivery at the stumps, Woakes is looking for any kind of room but doesn’t find it here. Defends into the off-side

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Sri Lanka beat South Africa by 178 runs

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Preview: Suranga Lakmal took three key wickets in a tense encounter Wednesday cut short by rain to guide Sri Lanka to their first one-day win over South Africa in 12 matches.

Quinton de Kock and Angelo Mathews, captain of South Africa and Sri Lanka respectively. AFP

Dasun Shanaka hit 65 while Thisara Perera and Kusal Perera each made 51 as Sri Lanka blasted 306-7 off 39 overs. Set a target of 191 from 21 overs because of the bad weather, South Africa ran out of inspiration and finished on 187-9.

Lakmal bowled South Africa’s stand-in captain and opener Quinton de Kock, and then at the climax of the game claimed the tourists’ final batting hopes Willem Mulder and David Miller.

Sri Lanka had lost 11 previous one day games against South Africa stretching back to their last win in 2014 at the same Pallekele ground.

South Africa already had the series sealed by winning the first three one-day games on this tour. But de Kock was still disappointed in his first match in place of captain Faf du Plessis who has been ruled out with a shoulder injury.

With inputs from AFP

Updated Date: Aug 12, 2018 11:08 PM

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England face Sri Lanka in the second ODI and both teams would be itching to get off the mark in the series.

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England lock horns against Sri Lanka in the second match of the five-match One-Day International (ODI) series in Edgbaston, Birmingham. With the first match of the ODI series ending in a nail-biting tie; both the teams will like to get their first win of the limited-overs series. Having posted a healthy total of 286 for 8 in 50 overs, Sri Lankan bowlers were let down by some erratic fielding in the middle and some lusty blows by the England batsmen in the last few overs. It was more of a morale boosting win for the hosts as they came from behind to draw the match. Here is a look at the probable XI that Eoin Morgan can field in the second ODI by Aditya Sahay: FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: England vs Sri Lanka, 2nd ODI match

Top-order: The England openers, Alex Hales and Jason Roy, could not get going in the first ODI and would like to be among runs in Edgbaston. The England team would not like to tinker with their opening pair as both of them have done well for the team in the recent past. Roy was a performer in the ICC World T20 in India in March-April whereas Hales was among runs in Tests against the Lankans. At No.3, England’s dependable, Joe Root, will be itching to be among runs as his willow has been silent for long in Sri Lanka’s tour of England. Nonetheless, being a quality player, he will be entrusted to take the responsibility of the batting order once again. ALSO READ:Chris Woakes: I feel more established as an England cricketer

Middle-order: ODI and Twenty20 International (T20I) skipper, Eoin Morgan, would come at No.4 as he looked good in his innings of 43 off 49 balls in the series opener. At 5, Jonny Bairstow would want to replicate his Test series success as he has been called back into the ODI squad after a while. He scored only 3 runs in the first match and would be eager to make a mark this time. Jos Buttler would continue to bat at No.6 as he is England’s finisher and scored a magnificent 93 at Trent Bridge.

Lower-order: England have a dangerous batting line-up as all their batsmen can bat or hit the ball out of the park. At No.7, Moeen Ali would come followed by last match’s star, Chris Woakes. Rest of the batting will be according to the match situation as they have Liam Plunkett, whose last ball six earned them a draw, Adil Rashid and David Willey in their arsenal.

Bowlers: David Wiley and Chris Woakes will spearhead the English attack. The third seamer for them will be Liam Plunkett. He should get one more game, ahead of Steve Finn, as he is a handy batsman too. Adil Rashid was economical and most impressive of the lot in the previous encounter and will like to continue in the same manner and will be supported by Moeen Ali as the second spinner.

England have a well balanced side and will be reluctant to change their Playing XI from the first match as it was more of a psychological victory for them after being 82 for 6 in the first match and yet managing a tie in the end. Having said that, their batsmen will have to deliver as only 4 of them crossed the double digits and rest all came and perished. ALSO READ:Angelo Mathews doubtful for 2nd ODI vs England due to Hamstring strain

England’s likely XI against Sri Lanka for the second ODI: Jason Roy, Alex Hales, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler, Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Adil Rashid,Liam Plunkett, David Willy

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Australia vs England 2nd ODI Highlights – Jan 19, 2018

Australia vs England 2nd ODI Highlights – Jan 19, 2018, Eng v Aus highlights today – Second one day international from Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane (Australia) Friday 19th January 2018. In the first match between England and Australia, home team batted first and scored 304 runs with eight wickets down which was a good total but England chased the target easily with just five down and seven balls remaining. AJ Finch scored 107 runs off 119 deliveries and out when it was 35.2 picks out deep midwicket! Stands still this time, opts for the leg side, heaves across the line and clubs it down the throat of Bairstow 196/4. He smashed ten 4s and three 6s in his innings. MR Marsh scored 50, MP Stoinis 60 and TD Paine † 27. LE Plunkett took three wickets, AU Rashid dismissed two Australian batsmen and rest of the English bowlers took one wicket each of them.

Australia won the toss and elected to bat.

Australia team/playing XI
DA Warner, AJ Finch, SPD Smith (c), TM Head, MR Marsh, CL White, MP Stoinis, AT Carey †, MA Starc, AJ Tye, JA Richardson.

England team/playing XI
JJ Roy, JM Bairstow, AD Hales, JE Root, EJG Morgan (c), JC Buttler †, MM Ali, CR Woakes, AU Rashid, LE Plunkett, MA Wood.

Match Timings : 13.20 start, First Session 13.20-16.50 Interval 16.50-17.35, Second Session 17.35-21.05

JJ Roy opener of the English team scored 180 runs which are England’s highest-ever ODI score in cricket history. He faced 151 deliveries in his beautiful innings, he smashed 16 4s and five maximums in his great innings. When his wicket dismissed then damage was done and then it was 42.3 short, pulled, top-edged, gone! The end of a triumphant innings from Roy, the MCG rises as one to a brilliant performance. A bit of a tired ending went for the big humpty over the leg side but ended up with a lobbed chance to backward square. But what a statement innings from a resurgent one-day team! 281/3. JM Bairstow contributed 14 runs and out, JE Root scored 91 runs not out.

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Warner indicated that Australia were hoping for a surface more suited to their skills in Brisbane after the “uneven”, grassy offering served up at the MCG. Pace and true bounce are only likely to aid England’s ball-strikers, although, over the last five years, the Gabba has actually been the slowest-scoring of Australia’s main grounds. The forecast for Friday is hot and humid, without interruption. England have little reason to change the XI from Melbourne, although David Willey or Tom Curran could come into contention if they wanted to add to their bowling options. Hazlewood’s illness and the absence of Cummins means Australia only have 13 fit players, including Carey, to select from. Richardson has played just eight List A games but is capable of pushing the speed gun above 145kph and has international experience, having made his T20 debut last year after impressing in the Big Bash.

Umpires – Simon Fry, Chris Gaffaney
TV Umpires – Kumar Dharmasena
Match Referee – Ranjan Madugalle
Reserve Umpire – Sam Nogajski
Match number – ODI no. 3958

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England vs Australia: Billy Stanlake might miss 2nd ODI

“It just started off as an open wound on the top of my toe purely from bowling,”

| Updated : June 16, 2018 11:22 AM IST

Billy Stanlake who suffered a cut in the opening ODI between England and Australia might have to sit out in the second ODI on June 16. This is not the first time Stanlake has had issues with his toe. He suffered a similar kind of injury start of the summer.

“It just started off as an open wound on the top of my toe purely from bowling,” Stanlake told cricket.com.au of the injury he suffered. “It gradually got worse and worse. I couldn’t walk on it, it got pretty serious. I was in hospital for four days and needed surgery. I don’t think I was that far off losing it. I think if (the infection) had gotten into the bone or the tendons, I might have been in some serious trouble,” he added.

Stanlake who was seen ruled out of the Indian Premier League 2018 due to finger injury returned to his home side. He caused trouble to the English batsmen in the first ODI with his raw pace picking up 2 for 44. He dismissed Jason Roy for duck and the well set Joe Root for 50.

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Australia vs England, 2nd ODI – Live Cricket Score, Commentary

What a sea change this has been from the Test matches. England doing every bit of justice to their brand of aggressive cricket, flaunting their firepower as an ODI unit. Australia need to search for answers and find them before we get going at the SCG. That’s all we have for you today. I’ve been Sagar Chawla, you can find me @SagarChawla90. On behalf of Ramakrishnan (@kimivamsi), Rishi Roy (@_rrroy_), and our scorer Shashikant Singh (@shashi_CB), it’s a goodbye!

Morgan, winning captain: I thought the bowlers were exceptional. On a hot day, the seamers bowled pretty well. Joe coming in, and bowling in the manner that he did. It puts pressure on the Australian batsmen. I’d like to think we’d get better as we go on, but a pretty good bowling performance. Far from our best performance with the bat. That’s exciting in a way. We’re 2-0 up and we’re still looking for our best batting performance. That’s pretty cool (when informed that this is only England’s 2nd ODI win at the Gabba). It doesn’t bother us. We take each game as it comes. We have a level of trust and confidence within the group and with each other. That confidence is there at the moment that somebody will put the hand up.

Joe Root, MoM: Was enjoyable today. Didn’t think I’d bowl seven overs at the start of the day. The form he’s (Smith) been in the summer, it was enjoyable for me to get the back of him. Whenever you come off the back of a series loss, you want to prove a point. It’s a chance for us to show how good we are, especially away from home. Want to set a benchmark for ourselves. These two games have been good in that respect. The key was to keep the composure (when Starc got going). We knew we were just one partnership away.

Smith, losing captain: Unfortunately we’re not playing good enough one-day cricket at the moment. Finchy played particularly well to score his hundred. We were in a good position and then we scored just 60 with seven wickets in hand in the last 11 overs and that’s not enough against a quality England batting lineup. Lost a couple of wickets in a row. Marsh and Finchy got out in succession. Two new batters there. Just couldn’t get that power going. Need to bat a little bit longer, and if we do that, we’d probably get that 320 we’re after. It’s a good opportunity for the other guys. I thought Richardson bowled very well tonight. So yeah, a good opportunity. We will have all three first choice pacers back in Sydney so we’ll see how we go. Didn’t think the wicket would play the way it did. Probably didn’t spin enough in the second innings. This Gabba wicket has been different from the one we’ve known. It’s a Q/F, S/F and final for us from this point on.

20:47 Local Time, 10:47 GMT, 16:17 IST: England have pretty much schooled the hosts in these first two one-dayers. If not for Mitchell Starc’s threat, they’d have packed this up so much sooner, which is incredible considering they’ve won with over five overs to spare. Australia opted to beef up their batting today, thereby sacrificing the spinner on a pitch where the opposition spinners thrived. They then landed in trouble when the batting under-delivered to finish with a well below par score. With a pretty one-dimensional attack up their sleeve, and just the part-time of Head as the spinning option, it was always going to be difficult. Hales and Bairstow’s start set England on their way, and then Root hung around to steer the side home like he did at the MCG.

Stoinis to Woakes, FOUR, the field comes up, allowing Woakes to loft this into the long-on boundary. England with another comfortable run-chase to go 2-0 up

Stoinis to Woakes, FOUR, oh lovely. Just a steer over backward point for four. Got under this short of length delivery so nicely. How well has he played

Mitchell Marsh to Woakes, 3 runs, lifts this length ball over extra-cover, the intention being just to clear the infield and not trying to go too hard. Three more for Woakes

Mitchell Marsh to Woakes, no run, slanted in on leg, hits Woakes on the pad as he misses his slog

Mitchell Marsh to Woakes, no run, back of a length delivery at the stumps, Woakes is looking for any kind of room but doesn’t find it here. Defends into the off-side

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