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Overs 15:
West Indies 78/2

Coulter-Nile is coming just right with the ball too. Just 3 runs from the over.

Overs 14: West Indies 75/2
Fine comeback via Maxwell after conceding 10 runs in his first over. Three runs from the over.

Overs 12: West Indies 68/2
Glenn Maxwell began his spell with a 10-run over, with Nicholas Pooran (27*) hitting his 5th four of the innings.

Overs 11: West Indies 58/2
Pat Cummins bowled 3 wides in the over as he conceded four runs in it. Australia have conceded 10 runs in wides up to now, giving a just right contest to Windies' 24 in their innings.

Overs 9: West Indies 50/2
Another maiden over from Pat Cummins, his 3rd of the spell.

Overs 8: FOURS! Nicholas Pooran (18*) hits Nathan Coulter-Nile for back-to-back fours to bring up 50 for Windies. West Indies 50/2

Overs 7: West Indies 41/2
10 RUNS!
Nicholas Pooran opened his account with two fours and a two off Mitchell Starc in the over.

Overs 6: West Indies 31/2
Pat Cummins came up with his 2nd maiden over of the day.



Overs four.5: OUT! Mitchell Starc scalps Chris Gayle (21). West Indies 31/2
Chris Gayle took the review once more, for the 3rd time in the fit, however this time the ball used to be clipping his leg stumps. It's umpire's call - OUT. West Indies stay the review however misplaced the large guy. Gayle out LBW off Starc.

Overs four: West Indies 27/1
15 RUNS! 0, 1, four, four, 2, four -
After two a success opinions in the earlier over, looks as if Chris Gayle (19*) has decided to modify gears. Gayle hit 3 fours off Pat Cummins in the over.

Overs three.four: BOOM! Chris Gayle (13*) smacks Pat Cummins for back-to-back fours. West Indies 21/1

* Chris Gayle finished 1000 runs in World Cups, 3rd for West Indies after Brian Lara and Viv Richards

Overs three: NOT OUT! Now Chris Gayle effectively overturned LBW choice. West Indies 12/1

Overs 2.5: NOT OUT! Chris Gayle effectively overturned the caught behind choice. West Indies 11/1

Overs 2.four: FOUR! Lucky boundary for Chris Gayle off Mitchell Starc, the ball flew over wicket-keeper Alex Carey. West Indies 11/1

Overs 2: West Indies 7/1
Pat Cummings began his spell with a wicket-maiden. Brilliant stuff.

Overs 1.four: OUT! Pat Cummins moves early to dismiss Evin Lewis (1). West Indies 7/1

Over 1: Windies 7/0
Similar to Australia innings, West Indies also opened theri account with five wides.

Welcome again! Chris Gayle and Evin Lewis get started the West Indies run chase. Mitchell Starc with the assault for Australia.

Nathan Coulter-Nile: "It was good fun out there. Carey took his time, he was 0 off 13 balls and then 25 off 25 suddenly. It is that sort of a wicket. You have to take your time to get used to it. I think you are never in with that short ball. Hope so, we have enough runs on the board. We have given ourselves a chance. Awesome innings by Steve Smith."

* A brilliant recovery from Australia once they were lowered to 79/5 in 16.1 overs. Nathan Coulter-Nile led the overdue charge for the Aussies, scoring a quick-fire 92 off 60 balls with the help of four sixes and 8 fours. Coulter-Nile's rating is the brand new highest via a No. 8 batsman at World Cup. Steve Smith performed a affected person knock of 73 off 103 balls as the former captain revived Australia from early blows via including 68 for the sixth wicket with Alex Carey (45) and 102 for the seventh with Coulter-Nile. For West Indies, Carlos Brathwaite (three/67) took 3 wickets while Andre Russell (2/41), Sheldon Cottrell (2/56) and Oshane Thomas (2/63) grabbed two every.



Overs 49: OUT! Third wicket for Carlos Brathwaite, Mitchell Starc long past for 8. Australia 288 all-out

Overs 48.2: OUT! Carlos Brathwaite moves once more to dismiss Nathan Coulter-Nile (92). Australia 284/9

Overs 48: Australia 282/8
Oshane Thomas finished off his spell with a super over, conceding just five runs in it. His ultimate figures: 10-0-63-2

Overs 46.three: FOURS! Nathan Coulter-Nile (88*) hits Carlos Brathwaite for back-to-back fours. Australia 276/8

Overs 46.1: OUT! Carlos Brathwaite moves to dismiss Pat Cummins (2). Australia 268/8

Overs 45.four: BOOM! Nathan Coulter-Nile (79*) smacks Sheldon Cottrell for back-to-back sixes. Australia 266/7

Overs 45: Australia 252/7
Wides stay pouring in from West Indies pacers. Two extra off Oshane Thomas take nowadays's tally to 24 up to now.

* 250 comes up for Australia in 44.2 overs

Overs 44.2: OUT! Sheldon Cottrell takes a surprising catch as Oshane Thomas dismisses Steve Smith (73). Australia 249/7

Overs 44: Australia 245/6
12 RUNS!
Big overs coming in incessantly for the Aussies. Nathan Coulter-Nile hit a four in the over off Ashley Nurse.

Overs 43: Australia 233/6
15 RUNS!
Australia are finishing the innings on a prime. After Steve Smith (67*) hit a four off Carlos Brathwaite, Nathan Coulter-Nile (57*) ended the over with a big six. Australia cruising right now.



* MAIDEN ODI FIFTY for Nathan Coulter-Nile off 41 balls. Australia 226/6 in 42.four overs

Overs 42.2: FOUR! Steve Smith (66*) assists in keeping the scoreboard ticking, hits a four off Carlos Brathwaite. Australia 223/6

Overs 41: Australia 214/6. Is 275 at the card?

Overs 40: Australia 206/6. Steve Smith 58* & Nathan Coulter-Nile 40*

* 200 comes up for Australia in 38.four overs. Nathan Coulter-Nile (37*) hits a six off Andre Russell to bring up fifty-run partnership with Steve Smith (56*). Australia 201/6

Overs 37: Australia 189/6. Steve Smith 53* & Nathan Coulter-Nile 29*



* FIFTY for Steve Smith off 77 balls, his 20th in ODIs. Australia 180/6 in 35.four overs
Smith hit five boundaries to succeed in the landmark.

Overs 35: Australia 175/6
Nathan Coulter-Nile (21*) hit a four, sooner than Andre Russell bowled two consecutive wides in the over as Australia scored nine runs in it.

Overs 34: Australia 166/6
13 RUNS!
Big over for Australia. Nathan Coulter-Nile (14*) hit two fours off Oshane Thomas in it.

* 150 comes up for Australia in 32.2 overs

Overs 30.four: OUT! Andre Russell eliminates Alex Carey (45). Australia 147/6
Big Wicket. Andre Russell gave West Indies a timely step forward as the Steve Smith-Alex Carey partnership used to be slowly changing into a hurdle for them. Carey departed after a just right knock of 45 off 55 balls, which included seven fours. Carey added a precious 68 runs for the sixth wicket with Smith.

Overs 30: Australia 146/5. Time for every other drinks spoil
Alex Carey 45* and Steve Smith 42*

Overs 29: Australia 143/5
Carlos Brathwaite came again into the assault and checked the boundary go with the flow, gave away six runs in the over.

Overs 27.2: FOUR! Alex Carey (37*) welcomes Ashley Nurse with a boundary. Australia 134/5

* Fifty-run partnership between Steve Smith (37*) and Alex Carey (33*). Australia 129/5 in 26.5 overs

Overs 25: Australia 119/5
Another just right over for Australia. Steve Smith (34*) hit a four off Jason Holder as they scored nine runs in it. Smith and Alex Carey are slowly rebuilding the innings - collected 33 in the ultimate 3 overs.

Overs 24: Australia 110/5
14 RUNS!
Alex Carey (25*) has modified his gears now, hit Sheldon Cottrell for 3 fours in the over. After 7 runs in six overs, Australia have scored 24 in two. Game On!

Overs 23.three: FOURS! Alex Carey (20*) smacks Sheldon Cottrell for back-to-back fours. Australia 104/5

* 100 comes up for Australia in 23.2 overs

Overs 23: Australia 96/5
10 RUNS! Finally a big over for Australia. Alex Carey (12*) hit two fours off Oshane Thomas in it.

Overs 22: Australia 86/5
Another maiden over from Jason Holder, his 2nd of the fit.

Overs 21: Australia 86/5
Another tidy over from West Indies bowlers. Oshane Thomas conceded just 3 singles in it, but it surely used to be the most productive for Australia in the ultimate five overs. 7 runs runs in ultimate five overs, Australia are suffering in the center.

Overs 19: Australia 82/5
Australia batsmen are discovering it tough to attain runs after Stoinis' wicket. Just 3 runs scored in the ultimate 3 overs, which included two wides.

Overs 17.2: NOT OUT! West Indies misplaced their review as the ball used to be going over the stumps of Alex Carey. The unique choice stays. Australia 80/5

Overs 17: Australia 79/5
A wicket-maiden from West Indies skipper Jason Holder.



Overs 16.1: OUT! Jason Holder moves to dismiss Marcus Stoinis (19). Australia 79/5
Big step forward for West Indies, the partnership between Stoinis and Steve Smith used to be reviving the Australian innings.

Overs 14: Australia 72/four. Time for drinks spoil
Steven Smith 16* and Marcus Stoinis 18* have added 34 runs for the 5th wicket up to now to revive the Australian innings.

Overs 12.four: FOURS! Marcus Stoinis (17*) hits back-to-back fours off Jason Holder. Australia 68/four

OVERS 12: Australia 60/four
FOUR! Steve Smith (14*) ended the Carlos Brathwaite over with a boundary, six runs came off it.

OVERS 10.1: FOUR! 50 up for Australia as Smith instantly drives a Russell delivery


OVERS 9.6: FOUR!
Stoinis hooks a brief delivery over square leg for his 2nd boundary

OVERS 9.2: FOUR! Marcus Stoinis instantly drives for his first boundary

Carlos Brathwaite has been presented in the assault

OVERS 7.four: OUT! Glenn Maxwell (0) mistimes a pull off a brief delivery from Sheldon Cottrell and it goes prime up in the air and Shai Hope takes a very easy catch. Australia 38/four

OVERS 6.6: OUT! Andre Russell moves in his first over, Usman Khawaja (13) throws his bat at a wide delivery, gets an edge and Shai Hope dives to his left to take a tremendous diving catch. Australia 36/three

Andre Russell has been presented in the assault, Australia 33/2 in 6 overs

OVERS three.6: OUT! Cottrell has Warner (three) caught via Shimron Hetmyer at backward level. Australia 26/2

OVERS 2.5: WHACKED! Khawaja is hit at the helmet via a brutal bouncer from Thomas

OVERS 2.four: FOUR! Usman Khawaja pushes down the ground via mid-off to get off the mark

OVERS 2.2: OUT! Oshane Thomas bowls a superb outswinger to urge an fringe of Finch's bat for Shai Hope to take the catch. The Australian captain falls for six. Australia 15/1

Sheldon Cottrell stocks the brand new ball with Oshane Thomas

10 runs conceded off the primary over via Oshane Thomas

OVER 0.three: FREE HIT! Warner mistimes a pulls to mid-on, gets a unmarried

OVER 0.three: Thomas bowls a yorker, Warner just manages to play it out however Thomas has over stepped

OVER 0.1: FIVE WIDES, Thomas strays down the leg facet and it goes for four. Australia off the mark

Oshane Thomas starts the lawsuits for West Indies, David Warner on strike

West Indies captain Jason Holder gained the toss and chose to bowl towards Australia at Trent Bridge in Nottingham.


After winning the toss Jason Holder stated, "We will field first. It is a good wicket and we are hoping for some early wickets. We want to be disciplined in both the departments. We want to continue to play some good cricket. I think it is going to be a good surface. We just have to be aggressive. We have made one change in our team, Evin Lewis comes in and Darren Bravo misses out."


Aaron Finch stated, "I wanted to bat first anyway on this wicket. It looks dry and hopefully it will assist spinners late in the game. Confidence in the camp has made a difference and we have stepped up our game in crucial moments. Teams have totally changed so history doesn't matter much. We are playing with the same side."


West Indies (Playing XI): Chris Gayle, Evin Lewis, Shai Hope(w), Nicholas Pooran, Shimron Hetmyer, Andre Russell, Jason Holder(c), Carlos Brathwaite, Ashley Nurse, Sheldon Cottrell, Oshane Thomas


Australia (Playing XI): Aaron Finch(c), David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Steven Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey(w), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa


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