England vs Australia Highlights June 10, 2017

Watch Aus v Eng highlights today ICC Champions Trophy 10th ODI Match, Group A – from Edgbaston, Birmingham (England) Saturday 10th June 2017. If Australia won today’s match then they will qualify for semi-final otherwise Bangladesh will go in next exam. NET RR does not meter at this stage because both teams got 0.0 NET RR so far. But if rain will play it’s character for whole day then Bangladesh will go in next round because they won one match yesterday. DA Warner opener of the Aussies team scored 58 runs in two matches, SPD Smith 30 and AJ Finch 27 these low scores are because of rain interruptions in both their matches.

England have won the toss and chose to bowl first.

England team
JJ Roy, AD Hales, JE Root, EJG Morgan*, BA Stokes, JC Buttler†, MM Ali, AU Rashid, LE Plunkett, MA Wood, JT Ball.

Australia team
AJ Finch, DA Warner, SPD Smith*, MC Henriques, TM Head, GJ Maxwell, MS Wade†, MA Starc, PJ Cummins, A Zampa, JR Hazlewood.

Scorecard

Australia 277/9 50 overs
England 240/4 40.2/40.2 overs
England won by 40 runs (D/L method)

  Australia innings (50 overs maximum) R M B 4s 6s SR
DA Warner c †Buttler b Wood 21 29 25 4 0 84.00
AJ Finch c Morgan b Stokes 68 98 64 8 0 106.25
SPD Smith* c Plunkett b Wood 56 104 77 5 0 72.72
MC Henriques c Plunkett b Rashid 17 17 19 3 0 89.47
  TM Head not out 71 95 64 5 2 110.93
GJ Maxwell c Roy b Wood 20 44 31 2 0 64.51
MS Wade† c & b Rashid 2 5 3 0 0 66.66
MA Starc c Root b Rashid 0 2 3 0 0 0.00
PJ Cummins c & b Rashid 4 8 7 0 0 57.14
A Zampa b Wood 0 4 3 0 0 0.00
  JR Hazlewood not out 1 15 5 0 0 20.00
  Extras (lb 8, w 8, nb 1) 17          
  Total (9 wickets; 50 overs) 277 (5.54 runs per over)

Fall of wickets 1-40 (Warner, 7.2 ov), 2-136 (Finch, 22.5 ov), 3-161 (Henriques, 27.4 ov), 4-181 (Smith, 32.1 ov), 5-239 (Maxwell, 42.3 ov), 6-245 (Wade, 43.3 ov), 7-245 (Starc, 43.6 ov), 8-253 (Cummins, 45.6 ov), 9-254 (Zampa, 46.4 ov)

  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
  JT Ball 9 1 61 0 6.77 26 7 1 (1w)
MA Wood 10 1 33 4 3.30 40 4 0  
  LE Plunkett 8 0 49 0 6.12 23 6 0 (1nb, 1w)
BA Stokes 8 0 61 1 7.62 21 8 1 (4w)
AU Rashid 10 1 41 4 4.10 28 0 0  
MM Ali 5 0 24 0 4.80 15 2 0 (2w)
  England innings (target: 278 runs from 40.2 overs) R M B 4s 6s SR
JJ Roy lbw b Starc 4 3 2 1 0 200.00
AD Hales c Finch b Hazlewood 0 9 4 0 0 0.00
JE Root c †Wade b Hazlewood 15 25 14 2 0 107.14
EJG Morgan* run out (Zampa) 87 121 81 8 5 107.40
  BA Stokes not out 102 136 109 13 2 93.57
  JC Buttler† not out 29 35 32 3 1 90.62
  Extras (lb 2, w 1) 3          
  Total (4 wickets; 40.2 overs) 240 (5.95 runs per over)

Did not batMM Ali, AU Rashid, LE Plunkett, MA Wood, JT Ball


Fall of wickets 1-4 (Roy, 0.2 ov), 2-6 (Hales, 1.2 ov), 3-35 (Root, 5.4 ov), 4-194 (Morgan, 31.5 ov)

  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
MA Starc 10 0 52 1 5.20 37 7 1  
JR Hazlewood 9 0 50 2 5.55 34 4 3  
  PJ Cummins 8 1 55 0 6.87 23 9 0  
  TM Head 2 0 9 0 4.50 6 1 0  
  MC Henriques 1 0 6 0 6.00 4 1 0  
  A Zampa 8.2 0 52 0 6.24 25 5 2 (1w)
  GJ Maxwell 2 0 14 0 7.00 8 0 2  

Points – England 2, Australia 0
Player of the match – BA Stokes (England)
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 – 10.0 (Mandatory – 56 runs, 1 wicket)
    • Australia: 50 runs in 8.5 overs (53 balls), Extras 2
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 – 40.0 (Mandatory – 164 runs, 3 wickets)
    • 2nd Wicket: 50 runs in 51 balls (AJ Finch 32, SPD Smith 16, Ex 2)
    • AJ Finch: 50 off 47 balls (7 x 4)
    • Drinks: Australia – 93/1 in 17.0 overs (AJ Finch 50, SPD Smith 18)
    • Australia: 100 runs in 18.0 overs (109 balls), Extras 5
    • Australia: 150 runs in 25.3 overs (154 balls), Extras 9
    • SPD Smith: 50 off 68 balls (5 x 4)
    • Drinks: Australia – 183/4 in 34.0 overs (TM Head 11, GJ Maxwell 0)
    • Australia: 200 runs in 37.4 overs (227 balls), Extras 12
    • Powerplay 3: Overs 40.1 – 50.0 (Mandatory – 57 runs, 5 wickets)
    • 5th Wicket: 50 runs in 53 balls (TM Head 25, GJ Maxwell 19, Ex 6)
    • Australia: 250 runs in 45.1 overs (272 balls), Extras 16
    • TM Head: 50 off 49 balls (4 x 4)
    • Innings Break: Australia – 277/9 in 50.0 overs (TM Head 71, JR Hazlewood 1)
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 – 10.0 (Mandatory – 58 runs, 3 wickets)
    • Over 0.2: Review by England (Batting), Umpire – HDPK Dharmasena, Batsman – JJ Roy (Struck down)
    • Rain: England – 35/3 in 6.0 overs (EJG Morgan 14, BA Stokes 0)
    • England: 50 runs in 7.4 overs (46 balls), Extras 2
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 – 40.0 (Mandatory – 178 runs, 1 wicket)
    • 4th Wicket: 50 runs in 44 balls (EJG Morgan 29, BA Stokes 22, Ex 0)
    • England: 100 runs in 14.4 overs (88 balls), Extras 2
    • BA Stokes: 50 off 39 balls (8 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • EJG Morgan: 50 off 51 balls (6 x 4, 2 x 6)
    • 4th Wicket: 100 runs in 93 balls (EJG Morgan 44, BA Stokes 59, Ex 0)
    • Drinks: England – 144/3 in 23.0 overs (EJG Morgan 63, BA Stokes 60)
    • England: 150 runs in 23.6 overs (144 balls), Extras 2
    • 4th Wicket: 150 runs in 142 balls (EJG Morgan 71, BA Stokes 79, Ex 1)
    • England: 200 runs in 33.1 overs (199 balls), Extras 3
    • Drinks: England – 226/4 in 38.0 overs (BA Stokes 95, JC Buttler 22)
    • BA Stokes: 100 off 108 balls (13 x 4, 2 x 6)
    • Rain: England – 240/4 in 40.2 overs (BA Stokes 102, JC Buttler 29)

Match Timings: 10:30 local time (09:30 GMT)

Other side JE Root is the third most runs scorer of the tournament with 197 runs, AD Hales 151 and EJG Morgan 88 so far. LE Plunkett is the leading wicket taker of the tournament so far with eight wickets, JT Ball took three and AU Rashid took two in one innings so far.

Big runs have been on offer at Edgbaston in this tournament, and this match should be no different. The pitch is new and will be good – it had been earmarked for Wednesday’s clash between Pakistan and South Africa but was too damp for use at the time – but there will also be rain in Birmingham on Saturday, the question is whether it will come at game time. Having not completed an innings so far in the tournament, Australia have had limited chance to assess their batsmen. Chris Lynn could be in contention for a call-up, but less clear is who would sit out to accommodate him. England appear unlikely to make any changes, with struggling opener Jason Roy strongly backed to retain his position. Jake Ball, under scrutiny following an expensive outing against Bangladesh, bounced back superbly against New Zealand, stepping into Chris Woakes’ new-ball bowling boots to claim the Man of the Match award.

ICC Champions Trophy, 10th Match, Group A Highlights
ODI no. 3885 | 2017 season
Played at Edgbaston, Birmingham
10 June 2017 (50-over match)
Umpires – HDPK Dharmasena (Sri Lanka) and CB Gaffaney (New Zealand)
TV umpire – S Ravi (India)
Match referee – AJ Pycroft (Zimbabwe)
Reserve umpire – M Erasmus (South Africa)