Watch Cricket Sri Lanka vs England, 3rd ODI Live Streaming

England vs India 3rd ODI Highlights – July 17, 2018

Ind v Eng highlights today – Third one day international from Headingley, Leeds (England) Tuesday 17th July 2018.





England scored 339 runs against South Africa in 2017 at this venue which is the highest total of the Headingley, Leeds cricket ground. India team highest total here is 324/6 scored against the home team in 2007. MM Ali from England recent team is the most wicket-taker with eight wickets in four matches, AU Rashid took five wickets in three matches. EJG Morgan is the most runs scorer at this pitch with 292 runs in six innings, JE Root scored 180 in three innings and BA Stokes scored 168 runs in four innings.

In last two ODI’s RG Sharma from India scored most runs, he scored 152 runs with highest 137 not out, captain of the Indian team V Kohli scored 120 runs, JE Root 116 and JJ Roy 78. Kuldeep Yadav took nine wickets in two matches, LE Plunkett took four and AU Rashid took three wickets so far.

England WLWWW
India LWWWL

India team/playing XI
1 Rohit Sharma, 2 Shikhar Dhawan, 3 Virat Kohli (capt), 4 KL Rahul, 5 Suresh Raina, 6 MS Dhoni (wk), 7 Hardik Pandya, 8 Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 9 Kuldeep Yadav, 10 Yuzvendra Chahal, 11 Umesh Yadav.
England team/playing XI
1 Jason Roy/James Vince, 2 Jonny Bairstow, 3 Joe Root, 4 Eoin Morgan (capt), 5 Ben Stokes, 6 Jos Buttler (wk), 7 Moeen Ali, 8 David Willey, 9 Adil Rashid, 10 Liam Plunkett, 11 Mark Wood.

Match Timings : 12.30 start, First Session 12.30-16.00 Interval 16.00-16.45, Second Session 16.45-20.15

The surface at Headingley is usually good for run-scoring, with the white Kookaburra unlikely to be persuaded to do much whatever the overhead conditions: England piled up 339 for 6 at the venue against South Africa last year. The UK’s extended dry spell has resulted in a very brown surface with hardly any grass, which should bring the spinners from both sides into play. India seems set to continue with Raina, so the only change is likely to be in the seam-bowling attack. Bhuvneshwar Kumar was bowling smoothly in practice, having missed three games with a stiff back, and should replace Siddarth Kaul.

England have called up James Vince as the spare batsman in the squad, with Dawid Malan heading to play first-class cricket with the Lions, and he could come straight into the side if Jason Roy is not fit to play, although Sam Billings has also been called into an ever-expanding squad. Roy suffered a “laceration” to the little finger on his right hand going for a catch at Lord’s and sat out of training on Monday. He remains a doubt, according to the ECB, and will have a fitness test in the morning to ascertain whether he’ll be fit to play. Sam Curran has also been released to play for the Lions against India A, but Jake Ball remains an option.

Umpires – ?
TV Umpires – ?
Match Referee – ?
Reserve Umpire – ?
Match number – ODI no. 4018

About Cricket Highlights

Related Articles

Afghanistan Vs Ireland 1st T20 Highlights – Aug 20, 2018

India Vs England 3rd Test Day 4 Highlights – Aug 21, 2018

India Vs England 3rd Test Day 3 Highlights – Aug 20, 2018

Check Also

India Vs England 3rd Test Day 2 Highlights – Aug 19, 2018

Ind v Eng highlights today – third test day two from Trent Bridge, Nottingham (England) …

England vs Sri Lanka 2016, 3rd ODI at Bristol: ENG likely XI

England will play against Sri Lanka in the third ODI of the 5-match series at County Ground in Bristol.

| Updated : June 26, 2016 8:03 AM IST

England will have no time to commemorate on their resounding 10-wicket victory against Sri Lanka in the second One-Day International (ODI) as the 3rd contest will be played with a gap of just one day. The clash will take place at the County Ground in Bristol. Angelo Mathews and Sri Lankan brigade will have to come back harder and learn from their mistakes. England, on the other hand, will go all guns blazing and look to grab this one to seal the series. Eoin Morgan‘s side put up a clinical show at Edgbaston with the opening pair of Alex Hales and Jason Roy notching up hundreds in the chase, and the bowlers doing a commendable job too. LIVE CRICKET SCORECARD: England vs Sri Lanka , 3rd ODI match at Bristol

Conditions won’t be the same at Bristol though. The game is scheduled for an early start and the weather, therefore, might be different. England came back brilliantly after the first ODI, which ended in a tie. Here is what their starting line-up could look like:

Top order: Hales and Roy didn’t have a good outing in the first ODI. They failed to get England off to a decent start. But the belligerent right-handers came back in good fashion in the 2nd ODI. The aggressive duo were cautious early on in the chase, but started timing the ball perfectly after spending the first 10-15 overs. Hales was more aggressive than Roy. Once he got set, runs just flew off his bat. And, after he reached his 3rd ODI hundred, Hales went all guns blazing. He struck sixes at will. His partner, at other end, showed great footwork as well. He came down the wicket against the spinners and comfortably pasted them for boundaries. With 3 more matches to play, a big score due from Joe Root. ALSO READ: Eoin Morgan impressed by England’s ‘remarkable’ run-chase in 2nd ODI against Sri Lanka

Middle order: The English middle-order didn’t have much to contribute to the task of chasing down the Sri Lankan total, but they would have been happy to stay in the dressing room and watch their teammates put up a spectacular show. They did play an important part in the first ODI though. Morgan missed out on a half-century, and Jos Butler was terrific as he took the game away from the visitors. Jonny Bairstow might get to seal a place in the ODI side if he continues the form he showed in the Tests prior to this series. Nonetheless, England’s batting is in safe hands.

Lower order and bowling: England’s bowling was right on the money in the second ODI. They stuck to their plans and bowled in the right areas. Liam Plunkett and Chris Woakes did a fine job for Morgan. Plunkett picked up two early wickets for the hosts. Although David Willey went for some runs in the closing stages of the Sri Lankan innings, he did manage to take a wicket. The spin duo of Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid were excellent. They never let the batsmen scale up the run-rate. Rashid picked two key wickets as well. All in all, England didn’t let Sri Lanka get a score in excess of 300, as they managed to get a few run-outs in between. This meant that their batsmen could then ease to the finish line.

England, therefore, might play with the same squad in the 3rd ODI at Bristol.

England Likely XI: Jason Roy, Alex Hales, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (c), Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler (wk), Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, David Willey, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid

(Karan Dewan, a reporter with CricketCountry, loves following and playing sports. He is a Team India fan and loves winning. Follow him on his twitter handle @karan13dewan)

Reason behind Damien Martyn’s sleepless night

When a mom took on the cricket field after her son’s teammate failed to show up

Live Scorecard

ENG 311/9 OVERS: 102.0

IND 352/7 (110.0 Ovs)

ENG need 210 runs to win

22 Aug, 2018 20:30 IST

Bready Cricket Club, Magheramason, Bready

England beat India by an innings and 159 runs

22 Aug, 2018 20:30 IST | 15:00 GMT

Bready Cricket Club, Magheramason, Bready

24 Aug, 2018 20:30 IST | 15:00 GMT

Bready Cricket Club, Magheramason, Bready

27 Aug, 2018 15:15 IST | 09:45 GMT

Civil Service Cricket Club, Stormont, Belfast

29 Aug, 2018 15:15 IST | 09:45 GMT

Civil Service Cricket Club, Stormont, Belfast

30 Aug, 2018 15:30 IST | 10:00 GMT

The Rose Bowl, Southampton

Sri Lanka beat South Africa by 3 wickets

Sri Lanka beat South Africa by 178 runs

England beat India by an innings and 159 runs

Sri Lanka beat South Africa by 3 runs (D/L method)

Bangladesh beat West Indies by 19 runs (D/L method)

Editor’s Pick

When cricket debuted at the 1900 Olympics in Paris

World’s oldest active cricket ground under threat?

Related Articles

Ian Bell could walk into England’s Test middle order: Steve Harmison

Moeen Ali scores hundred, will he replace Jonny Bairstow?

India vs England: Rishabh Pant surprised mother “very much” with second-ball six

With Dinesh Chandimal back in reckoning for ODIs, Sri Lanka announce preliminary squad for Asia Cup

India vs England, 3rd Test at Trent Bridge: Preview, predictions, likely XIs

Live Cricket Score of England vs Sri Lanka, 3rd ODI at Bristol

And we have a bad news. The match had been abandoned due to relentless showers. The cut-off time was 10:41 PM IST but given the amount of water that has collected on the field, the officials reckon they won’t be able to carry on with the game after all.

England maintain their 1-0 lead in the series and Sri Lanka continue to chase that elusive win against the hosts on this tour. Though, given their score today, we doubt if they would have been able to open their account today.

Anywho, we’ll be back with the live blog for the fourth ODI on Wednesday. Till then, good night!

We’ve started to lose overs now and the rain seems to be getting heavier by every passing minute. 6:11 PM local time, which is 10:41 PM IST, is the cut-off time to resume the game.

Rain interrupts yet again:

And the rain is back. The players are walking off and the covers make yet another appearance.

Not the ideal start: Hales falls

After the rain delay, England have lost Alex Hales in the very first over. Shortish delivery from Lakmal and it leaves the batsman a touch after pitching. Hales looks to drive it on the up and ends up getting a faint tickle on it for Chandimal to pouch it. Too early to be playing this kind of a stroke. Just the start the Lankans needed to stay in this contest.

And the drizzle is back! the pitch being wrapped up again.

The match is set to resume at 3:25 PM local time, which is 7:55 PM IST. The good news is that the rain has stopped and the covers are slowly being peeled off.

Rain delays England’s innings:

Rain has delayed the start of England’s chase. Stay tuned as we get you the latest updates of the game.

England need 249 for 2-0 lead:

Sri Lanka have posted yet another sub-par total of 248 for 9. Mendis, Mathews and Chandimal all got fifties, and Tharanga chipped in with a 40-run cameo but all failed to convert it into big scores that could take Sri Lanka to a commanding total. Woakes and Plunkett led England’s bowling with three wickets apeice. It certainly would require a phenomenal bowling effort from the Sri Lankans to successfully defend 248 and level the series.

Join us in 40 minutes for England’s chase?

Two more for Woakes:

Two in two for Chris Woakes! He wraps up his spell with the wickets of Maharoof and Tharanga in successive deliveries and the next time he comes out to bowl in ODI cricket, he’s be on a hattrick ball! His figures today – 3 for 34.

Tharanga falls for 40 off 33. Vakuable knock but that leaves it upto the tail-enders to pick as many as they possibly can off the final six deliveries.

Shanaka ru out for 2:

Another one bites the dust. Shanaka has failed to make it count and it run out for 2. He was dropped for Suraj Randiv in the previous game and brought back today at the expense of the same man but fails to prove himself.

Shanaka went for a non-existent single. Tharanga wasn’t too keen. The striker tried to regain his crease but Root’s throw was sharp and accurate. Buttler takes the bails off in a flash and the batsman is just about on his line. The third umpire had to go for multiple replays of the same frame before he decided to rule it in England’s favour.

Tharanga is their last hope. Farveez Maharoof is the new man in.

Meanwhile, it has started to drizzle in Bristol.

Mathews falls for 56:

A wicket for Jordan now. And he’s got the crucial one of the Sri Lankan captain. Mathews tries to pull, Buttler runs to his left and pouches it safely. 56 off 67 balls. He’s played a valuable knock but lost his wicket at a crucial juncture.

Dasun Shanaka comes in next.

Another one for Plunkett:

And now, Prasanna follows suit. Plunkett gets his third wicket of the day. Prasanna tries to flick but Johny Bairstow has all the time in the world to settle under it and take an easy one at deep midwicket. Sri Lanka five down after losing Chandimal and Prasanna in quick succession.

A wicket in all of his three spells so far for Plunkett, he’s been exceptional today.

Upul Tharanga, who scored a fifty in the last game, comes out to join the captain in the middle.

Chandimal falls for 62:

Chris Woakes breaks the 80-run stand between the Sri Lankan captain and his deputy. Just when it looked like Sri Lanka have pulled back with this partnership, Woakes removes the well-set man as Jordan at third man takes an easy catch.

Seekkuge Prasanna is the new man in.

Fifty for the vice-captain. Second consecutive in three games. Sri Lanka, meanwhile, have crossed the 150-run mark.

Mathews and Chandimal become the first Sri Lankan pair to have 5 consecutive 50-plus stands in ODIs in a calendar year. But believe it or, these two have never had a century stand! The highest has been 93.

The two have done well to revive the innings are going over a-run-a-ball. Sri Lanka, for once, look in a dominating position here.

Mendis falls for 53:

And we’ve jinxed it. Mendis departs as Plunkett picks up his second wicket of the game. Short ball, the batsman pulls it straight to Alex Hales at deep square leg. 53 off 66 responsible knock but tame dismissal.

Angelo Mathews joins hands with his deputy in the middle.

Mendis brings up 2nd ODI half-century off 61 deliveries. He has batted sensibly this morning and provided stability to Sri Lanka’s fragile top order. Can he convert this into a big score?

Injuries are mounting for the visitors. The news coming in is that Lahiru Thirimanne has withdrawn from Sri Lanka’s ongoing tour of England with a back strain. Niroshan Dickwella, Sri Lanka A wicketkeeper, has been called in as his replacement.

50 for Sri Lanka:

Mendis pulls to deep mid wicket for a single that brings up the first 50 runs, in the 15th over. But the visitors are struggling. Disciplined bowling has given England a perfect start, none of the batsmen have looked threatening so far.

Liam Plunkett comes into the attack and strikes right away! He gets the second opener. Ugly shot selection from Perera, the ball balloons up and Buttler takes an easy one. Perera was dropped three balls ago but fails to make the most of the opportunity. Departs for 9 off 25 deliveries! Plunkett’s 50th ODI scalp and Buttler’s 100th dismissal, just FYI.

Similar story unfolding for Sri Lanka like in the last two games. The top order is collapsing. Mendis made 21 off the 29-run partnership.

Dinesh Chandimal walks in.

David Willey strikes in his very first over. Inside edge, dragged on to the stumps and Gunathilaka walks back without troubling the scorers. Brilliant start for England. Sri Lanka 4-1 and Kusal Mendis is the new man in.

Right then. Kusal Perera and Danushka Gunathilaka are at the crease. Perera on strike, Willey with the new ball.

Sri Lanka: Kusal Perera, Danushka Gunathilaka, Kusal Mendis, Upul Tharanga, Dinesh Chandimal(w), Angelo Mathews(c), Dasun Shanaka, Farveez Maharoof, Seekkuge Prasanna, Nuwan Pradeep, Suranga Lakmal

England: Alex Hales, Jason Roy, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler(w), Chris Woakes, David Willey, Liam Plunkett, Chris Jordan, Adil Rashid

Mathews is fit and so is Chandimal.

England have won the toss and invited Sri Lanka to bat. Moeen Ali makes way for Chris Jordan while Dasuna Shanaka comes back for Suraj Randiv in Sri Lanka’s XI.

We’ll get you the playing XIs shortly.

Sri Lanka have two major fitness concerns in their camp – captain Angelo Mathews and vice-captain Dinesh Chandimal. We’ll find out soon enough if they are passed fit for the crucial game.

Hello and welcome to our live blog for the 3rd ODI between the hosts England and Sri Lanka. The home team has a 1-0 lead in five-game series and the visitors are struggling to post their first win against England after being denied a win in the series opener. Can they open their account today?

Highlights, Sri Lanka vs South Africa, 5th ODI at Colombo, Full Cricket Score: Visitors win series 3-2

Catch live updates on the fifth and final one-dayer between Sri Lanka and South Africa at the R Premadasa Stadium here.

Sri Lanka beat South Africa by 178 runs

Toggle between the tabs above to switch between live commentary and full scorecard

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

Highlights, Sri Lanka vs South Africa, 1st T20 in Colombo, Full Cricket Score: Hosts win by 3 wickets

Sri Lanka vs South Africa: Dinesh Chandimal guides hosts to hard-fought three-wicket victory in low-scoring T20 thriller

Highlights, Sri Lanka vs South Africa, 4th ODI at Kandy, Full Cricket Score: Hosts win by three runs in rain-marred thriller

CRICKET SCORES

From boardroom to bars: A CEO who didn’t want to die chasing targets

Top Stories

Centre declares Kerala floods ‘Level-3’ calamity; demand to call it ‘national disaster’ either ignorance or mischief

Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s most profound creative disruptions in Indian politics: A camaraderie that built a legacy

Whether ‘talks’ or ‘engagement’, optimism over India-Pakistan ties will last only as long as military-jihadi complex allows

Kolamaavu Kokila tops opening weekend in Tamil Nadu with Rs 11 cr; Geetha Govindam declared a blockbuster

Sensex, Nifty log third straight gain, close at new highs; pharma and IT stocks in demand

Asian Games 2018: Saurabh Chaudhary becomes a champion among champions with gold medal in shooting at 16

फंड की कमी से जूझ रही कांग्रेस का बेड़ा पार लगा पाएंगे नए कोषाध्यक्ष अहमद पटेल!

India vs England, 3rd Test, Day 4 : बटलर ने शतक लगाकर भारत का जीत का इंतजार बढ़ाया

बिहार के राज्यपाल सत्यपाल मलिक बने जम्मू कश्मीर के नए गवर्नर

हरियाणा में बीजेपी को झटका: शिरोमणि अकाली दल ने क्यों कहा, एकला चलो

मंदसौर: 7 साल की बच्ची से गैंगरेप मामले में 2 महीने के भीतर दो दोषियों को फांसी की सजा

In Pictures: England vs India, 3rd ODI

Brief Scores:England 260/2 (Joe Root 100*, Eoin Morgan 88*; Shardul Thakur 1/51) beat India 256/8 (Virat Kohli 71, Shikhar Dhawan 44; Adil Rashid 3/49) by eight wickets.

| Updated : July 18, 2018 12:41 AM IST

England have showed sheer dominance to win the ODI series against India by 2-1. England won the series decider comfortably by 8 wickets within 45 overs. Joe Root registered his 13th ton and became the player with most ODI centuries for England. He and Eoin Morgan (88*) added 186 runs to the 4th wicket partnership to take England home. India got off to a poor start in the first innings. Virat Kohli played hard for his 71 but other batsmen failed to deliver which resulted a low target for the host. England have won their 8th consecutive ODI series and also broken India’s streak of 9 ODI series win. Adil Rashid was rewarded the Man of the Match for his spell of 10-0-49-3.

Shikhar Dhawan got to a good start but was run-out on 44 © Getty Images Virat Kohli becomes the quickest to reach 3000 ODI runs as a skipper © Getty Images MS Dhoni scored 42 off 66 but failed to take India to a big total © Getty Images Adil Rashid ended up with figures 10-0-49-3 © Getty Images Jonny Bairstow smashed 30 off 13 to give England a good start © Getty Images Joe Root and Eoin Morgan added 186 runs to the 4th wicket partnership © Getty Images England won the match comfortably by 8 wickets within 45 overs © Getty Images

Brief Scores: England 260/2 (Joe Root 100*, Eoin Morgan 88*; Shardul Thakur 1/51) beat India 256/8 (Virat Kohli 71, Shikhar Dhawan 44; Adil Rashid 3/49) by eight wickets.

India vs England, 3rd ODI: England canter to 2-1 series win

We need to get our act right before the World Cup: Virat Kohli

Live Scorecard

ENG 311/9 OVERS: 102.0

IND 352/7 (110.0 Ovs)

ENG need 210 runs to win

22 Aug, 2018 20:30 IST

Bready Cricket Club, Magheramason, Bready

England beat India by an innings and 159 runs

22 Aug, 2018 20:30 IST | 15:00 GMT

Bready Cricket Club, Magheramason, Bready

24 Aug, 2018 20:30 IST | 15:00 GMT

Bready Cricket Club, Magheramason, Bready

27 Aug, 2018 15:15 IST | 09:45 GMT

Civil Service Cricket Club, Stormont, Belfast

29 Aug, 2018 15:15 IST | 09:45 GMT

Civil Service Cricket Club, Stormont, Belfast

30 Aug, 2018 15:30 IST | 10:00 GMT

The Rose Bowl, Southampton

Sri Lanka beat South Africa by 3 wickets

Sri Lanka beat South Africa by 178 runs

England beat India by an innings and 159 runs

Sri Lanka beat South Africa by 3 runs (D/L method)

Bangladesh beat West Indies by 19 runs (D/L method)

Editor’s Pick

When cricket debuted at the 1900 Olympics in Paris

World’s oldest active cricket ground under threat?

Related Articles

India vs England, 3rd Test, Day 4: Stuart Broad fined for his aggressive send-off to Test debutant Rishabh Pant

Day in Pictures: India vs England, 3rd Test, Trent Bridge, Day 4

Uncanny! Virat Kohli and Sachin Tendulkar both scored 103 for 58th international century against England

Ian Bell could walk into England’s Test middle order: Steve Harmison

County Championship: Axar Patel stranded on 95 on Durham debut

Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh Final ODI Highlights – Jan 27, 2018

Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh Final ODI Highlights – Jan 27, 2018, BD v SL highlights today – Bangladesh tri-nation series final match from Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Dhaka (Bangladesh) Saturday 27th January 2018. The weather is expected to be cloudy but dry in Mirpur, with temperatures in the mid-20 degrees range. Pitches have been unpredictable in this series, so teams may prefer to bat first.With Kusal Perera and Nuwan Pradeep unlikely to be available again, Sri Lanka may field an unchanged XI for the final. Imrul Kayes has been drafted into the squad, which suggests he will open the batting in place of Anamul Haque, who struggled in the last two games.

Sri Lanka team/playing XI
1 Danushka Gunathilaka, 2 Upul Tharanga, 3 Kusal Mendis, 4 Niroshan Dickwella (wk), 5 Dinesh Chandimal (capt.) 6 Asela Gunaratne, 7 Thisara Perera, 8 Akila Dananjaya, 9 Suranga Lakmal, 10 Lakshan Sandakan, 11 Dushmantha Chameera.

Bangladesh team/playing XI
1 Tamim Iqbal, 2 Imrul Kayes, 3 Shakib Al Hasan, 4 Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), 5 Mahmudullah, 6 Sabbir Rahman, 7 Nasir Hossain, 8 Abul Hasan, 9 Mashrafe Mortaza (capt), 10 Mustafizur Rahman, 11 Rubel Hossain.

Match Timings : 12:00 start, First Session 12.00-15.30, Interval 15.30-16.15, Second Session 16.15-19.45

Bangladesh Tri-Nation Series Final (D/N) Highlights

Umpires – Chettithody Shamshuddin, Sharfuddoula
TV Umpires – Bruce Oxenford
Match Referee – David Boon
Reserve Umpire – Anisur Rahman
Match number – ODI no. 3967

About Cricket Highlights

Related Articles

Afghanistan Vs Ireland 1st T20 Highlights – Aug 20, 2018

India Vs England 3rd Test Day 4 Highlights – Aug 21, 2018

India Vs England 3rd Test Day 3 Highlights – Aug 20, 2018

Check Also

India Vs England 3rd Test Day 2 Highlights – Aug 19, 2018

Ind v Eng highlights today – third test day two from Trent Bridge, Nottingham (England) …

Leave a Reply