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New Zealand vs England 5th ODI Highlights – March 10, 2018

New Zealand vs England 5th ODI Highlights – March 10, 2018,ENG v NZ highlights today – Fifth one day international from Hagley Oval, Christchurch (New Zealand) Saturday 10th March 2018.





Winner of today’s match will win the series. Ross Taylor, who has been central to New Zealand’s two victories in this series, has been ruled out of the deciding ODI against England in Christchurch. Taylor steered the remarkable chase of 336 in Dunedin with a career-best unbeaten 181, but re-injured his quad shortly after reaching three figures having initially suffered the problem in Mount Maunganui. He went through a fitness test on Saturday morning but was only able to run at 70% and the decision was taken that playing him would risk more serious damage ahead of the two-Test series which concludes the tour.

England won the toss and elected to field.

England team/playing XI
AD Hales, JM Bairstow, JE Root, EJG Morgan (c), BA Stokes, JC Buttler †, MM Ali, CR Woakes, AU Rashid, TK Curran, MA Wood.
New Zealand team/playing XI
MJ Guptill, C Munro, KS Williamson (c), MS Chapman, TWM Latham †, HM Nicholls, C de Grandhomme, MJ Santner, TG Southee, IS Sodhi, TA Boult.

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Mark Chapman, who previously stood in for Taylor and Kane Williamson in this series, comes back into the side but this time will bat at No. 5 with the in-form Tom Latham going up to No. 4. England also suffered a late injury with Jason Roy going down with a back spasm which means a recall for Alex Hales who had been sidelined since Ben Stokes’ return to the side. It is Hales’ first match since he opted to move away from first-class cricket to focus on the limited-overs game.

Match Timings: 11.00 start, First Session 11.00-14.30 Interval 14.30-15.15, Second Session 15.15-18.45

Umpires – Wayne Knights, Ruchira Palliyaguruge
TV Umpires – Rod Tucker
Match Referee – Ranjan Madugalle
Reserve Umpire – Shaun Haig
Match number – ODI no. 3992

Match Report

England 229 for 3 (Bairstow 104, Hales 61) beat New Zealand 223 (Santner 67, Nicholls 55, Woakes 3-32, Rashid 3-42) by seven wickets. After the drama in Dunedin this was a canter in Christchurch. England surged to a seven-wicket victory with 17.2 overs to spare to secure their sixth one-day series win a row. Jonny Bairstow made mincemeat of the chase with a 58-ball century, England’s third-fastest and his second in consecutive innings, adding 155 in 20.2 overs for the first wicket alongside the recalled Alex Hales.

The absence of Ross Taylor, who was ruled out on the morning of the game with the quad injury he sustained during his unbeaten 181, was too much for New Zealand to compensate for, especially with their captain Kane Williamson failing.

England’s new ball pair, Chris Woakes and Mark Wood, set a superb tone and it was backed up by the spin duo of Adil Rashid and Moeen Ali. At 93 for 6 it looked as though New Zealand could fold completely, but Mitchell Santner’s outstanding series with the bat continued and a stand of 84 with Henry Nicholls at least took them over 200. Although the mood England’s top-order are in, 400 may not have been enough.

There was barely an alarm for England as they knocked off the runs in the sunshine. They have been tested more in this series than many of late, and have slipped occasionally, but such a comprehensive win in a decider is a feather in their cap.

Bairstow and Hales, who was handed a late opportunity in the series when Jason Roy went down with a back spasm, were level-pegging for the first eight overs of the chase, then Bairstow pulled away at top speed. He took 16 off Colin de Grandhomme’s third over, went to fifty from 38 balls and then really cut loose. He hammered five sixes in eight balls against Ish Sodhi with crisp, clean striking – although none of them were taken in the crowd to win a fan 50,000 dollars.

Bairstow moved to 99 with a pull behind square then dabbed a single to third man to sit behind Jos Buttler (46 balls) and Moeen Ali (53 balls) in England’s quickest centuries before smashing his own stumps trying to manufacture some width against Trent Boult. He has now made four in 16 innings as an opener and has the spot nailed down, although who his long-term partner will be is perhaps more of a debate.

Roy’s injury gave Hales his first outing since announcing he would become a white-ball specialist. Although the pressure was never on in the chase, it was a good effort to play so confidently having not batted for three weeks. He went to his fifty from 67 balls but was then cut off by a fine catch from Williamson at midwicket. By then, however, the result was a formality. There was just time for Ben Stokes to finish the chase in style in the city of his birth.

It is the third time in a year that New Zealand have lost a deciding ODI following reversals against South Africa at home and India away. As against South Africa at Eden Park a year ago, this was a very poor performance with everything to play for.

England were able to take their preferred route when Eoin Morgan won the toss. There was a little early movement and his decision was backed up by fine opening spells from Woakes and Wood.

Colin Munro had announced in the build-up that he would no longer play first-class cricket and his first day as an official white-ball specialist did not start well when he got a big a top edge against Woakes while trying to work into the leg side. Other than his 49 in Wellington, it has been a single-digit series for Munro with scores of 6, 1, 0 and 0.

Woakes has produced outstanding first spells throughout: 5-0-14-2, 5-1-18-2, 5-1-13-1, 5-2-14-1 and 6-1-13-1, Morgan giving him the extra over here after Williamson departed in the 10th. It was a smart piece of bowling from Wood to dismiss the New Zealand captain, delivered from wider on the crease and cramping him for room, taking a bottom edge into leg stump.

Then, not for the first time, New Zealand stumbled against England’s spinners. Tom Latham, promoted to No. 4 ahead of Taylor’s replacement, Mark Chapman, fell to a soft shot, chipping Rashid to midwicket although it was a nicely flighted delivery which brought the error. Chapman’s stay was very brief. He played back to a delivery from Moeen Ali which straightened a touch but Chapman missed it by an alarming amount to be bowled.

When Stokes held a stinging, low catch at cover to remove Martin Guptill and de Grandhomme wastefully lofted to long-on, New Zealand were in a hole. Morgan’s tactics were interesting. Having bowled both Rashid and Moeen straight through their 10 overs, the innings was deep with very little of the fifth bowler used. Joe Root was then introduced for two overs and Tom Curran did not get his first bowl until the 40th over and was used for six consecutive overs at the death.

Nicholls’ fifty came from 73 balls before he skied a Curran slower ball into the off side. Santner was by far the more fluent, bringing up a 60-ball half-century and setting a new career-best for the second time in four matches before Woakes became the first England bowler to dismiss him in the series when Hales made excellent ground at deep midwicket. But if that was good, Bairstow’s grab, running around the leg-side boundary two balls later, taking it one-handed moving at full pace to remove Tim Southee, was something special. Bairstow, though, wasn’t finished there.

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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.

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Akila Dananjaya (IMAGE: Twitter/Cricket South Africa)

South Africa have won the series already, but will want to make a statement following the loss in the fourth ODI. Sri Lanka, meanwhile, will be looking to continue their fightback. After falling 3-0 behind in the five-match one-day international series, Sri Lanka made a thumping comeback in the fourth game. A strong batting performance was supported by a brilliant effort with the ball as the hosts clinched a three-run victory in the rain-affected game in Kandy. Half-centuries from Kusal Perera, Thisara Perera and Player of the Match Dasun Shanaka took them past 300. Bad weather conditions meant the Proteas innings was curtailed to 21 overs with the target revised to 191. A three-wicket haul from Suranga Lakmal led the bowling charge to deny the visitors a 4-0 lead in the series. The win in Kandy was Sri Lanka’s first in 11 ODIs against South Africa, which will give them a world of confidence going into the last game on Sunday.

Squads

Sri Lanka: Angelo Mathews (c), Dasun Shanaka, Kusal Perera, Dhananjaya de Silva, Upul Tharanga, Kusal Mendis, Thisara Perera, Niroshan Dickwella (wk), Suranga Lakmal, Lahiru Kumara, Kasun Rajitha, Akila Dananjaya, Prabath Jayasuriya, Lakshan Sandakan, Shehan Jayasuriya

South Africa: Quinton de Kock (c, wk), Hashim Amla, Junior Dala, Jean-Paul Duminy, Reeza Hendricks, Heinrich Klaasen, Keshav Maharaj, Aiden Markram, David Miller, Willem Mulder, Lungi Ngidi, Andile Phehlukwayo, Kagiso Rabada, Tabraiz Shamsi

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Sri Lanka Vs South Africa T20 Highlights – Aug 14, 2018

SA v SL highlights today – Only twenty/20 from R.Premadasa Stadium, Khettarama, Colombo (Sri Lanka) Tuesday 14th August 2018. It will be the last match from South Africa tour of Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka won test match series by 2-0, South Africa won ODI series by 3-2 and now t20 series contain on just one match, which means it’s very important for both teams. Sri Lanka lost their last three t20i’s two against Bangladesh and one against India and before those three matches, Sri Lanka won three matches two from Bangladesh and one from India.

The highest total in t20 format of this venue is 215/5 scored by Bangladesh against the home team when they were chasing 214 on 10 Mar 2018. In ODI series A Dananjaya took 14 wickets in five matches, L Ngidi took ten in four matches and AL Phehlukwayo took nine wickets in five innings. AD Mathews was the most runs scorer from ODI series with 235 runs, JP Duminy scored 227 and Q de Kock scored 213 runs.

Sri Lanka team/playing XI
1 Kusal Mendis, 2 Kusal Perera (wk), 3 Upul Tharanga, 4 Dinesh Chandimal, 5 Angelo Mathews (capt.), 6 Thisara Perera, 7 Dasun Shanaka, 8 Isuru Udana, 9 Akila Dananjaya 10, Lakshan Sandakan, 11 Kasun Rajitha.
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1 Quinton de Kock (wk), 2 Reeza Hendricks, 3 Aiden Markram, 4 Heinrich Klaasen, 5 JP Duminy (capt), 6 DA Miller, 7 Wiaan Mulder, 8 Andile Phehlukwayo, 9 Junior Dala, 10 Lungi Ngidi, 11 Tabraiz Shamsi.

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Match Timings : 13:30 GMT | 19:00 Local

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How plumb can it get ? hits the middle of the middle stump. India have created history here winning their first bilateral series in South Africa. The spinners did it again for the visitors. India lead the series 4-1.

OUT! The commentator mentioned about Shamsi doing a lot of talking while Kohli was batting and Kohli was seen doing the same with him. He hits one above but fails to cover the distance as Pandya takes a one handed catch avoiding a collision with Dhawan. Kohli is all amused and why wouldn’t he be.

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Klaasen is fighting hard here with almost run a ball 36. Bumrah will be tested here, he has to prove his death bowling abilities.

Claas-en into the act now. Kuldeep being the tougher one to pick of the two wrist spinners has leaked 16 runs off the over. 88 to win for the host.

Run rate climbing to 8 an over now. Klaasen has to play the important knock here. Indian bowlers have kept things very tight, the last 5 overs gave away only 17 runs picking 2 wickets.

And the spinner gets a wicket of the first ball. Pehlukwayo did not pick it whatsoever. South Africa now 6 down.

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Good morning/ afternoon! Hello and welcome to CricketCountry’s live coverage of India vs South Africa 2017-18. This is the fifth ODI at Port Elizabeth and here you will get all the live scores and updates from the match. India have dominated the ODI leg of their tour, taking a 3-0 lead but South Africa staged a comeback with a victorious pink ODI. A win in the fifth ODI will seal the series for the visitors while it will keep the hopes of the hosts to end the series in a draw. South Africa, plagued by injuries, have struggled remarkably against Indian spinners. Under young captain Aiden Markram, they failed to act as a unit until the previous match. Heinrich Klaasen’s stand-out performance outdid India as well as Shikhar Dhawan’s 109-run effort. The hosts will surely want to carry forward the momentum from the game and keep the series alive. As Klaasen said in an interview after the match, South Africa got back their lost confidence with the victory. There was very little that Virat Kohli and his army did wrong in the last match. The only noticeable difference from their previous performances was the poor show of the bowlers. With that repaired, India look to pose a strong challenge for South Africa to save the series. Squads India: Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli (c), Ajinkya Rahane, Hardik Pandya, MS Dhoni (wk), Kedar Jadhav, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah, Shreyas Iyer, Manish Pandey, Dinesh Karthik, Axar Patel, Mohammed Shami, Shardul Thakur South Africa: Hashim Amla, Aiden Markram (c), AB de Villiers, Jean-Paul Duminy, Heinrich Klaasen (w), David Miller, Khaya Zondo, Chris Morris, Andile Phehlukwayo, Kagiso Rabada, Imran Tahir, Lungisani Ngidi, Farhaan Behardien, Morne Morkel, Tabraiz Shamsi

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Match Details:

  • Series: England tour of New Zealand, 2018
  • Match: 4thODI
  • Teams: New Zealand vs England
  • Time: 11:00 AM LOCAL
  • Date: 7th March , 2018
  • Venue: University Oval, Dunedin

New Zealand Team/playing XI:

Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, Henry Nicholls, Tim Southee, Ish Sodhi, Mitchell Santner, Mark Chapman, Colin de Grandhomme, Kane Williamson (c), Tom Latham (wk), Trent Boult.

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Joe Root, Tom Curran, Chris Woakes, Jonny Bairstow, , Jos Buttler (wk), Alex Hales, Adil Rashid, Eoin Morgan (c), Ben Stokes, Moeen Ali, Mark Wood.

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