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Overs 17.2: NOT OUT! West Indies misplaced their overview because the ball was once going over the stumps of Alex Carey. The original decision stays. Australia 80/five


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

Overs 16.1: OUT! Jason Holder strikes to disregard Marcus Stoinis (19). Australia 79/five
Big leap forward for West Indies, the partnership between Stoinis and Steve Smith was once reviving the Australian innings.

Overs 14: Australia 72/4. Time for drinks ruin
Steven Smith 16* and Marcus Stoinis 18* have added 34 runs for the 5th wicket so far to revive the Australian innings.

Overs 12.4: FOURS! Marcus Stoinis (17*) hits back-to-back fours off Jason Holder. Australia 68/4

OVERS 12: Australia 60/4
FOUR! Steve Smith (14*) ended the Carlos Brathwaite over with a boundary, six runs got here off it.

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


OVERS nine.6: FOUR!
Stoinis hooks a short delivery over sq. leg for his 2nd boundary

OVERS nine.2: FOUR! Marcus Stoinis instantly drives for his first boundary

Carlos Brathwaite has been presented in the assault

OVERS 7.4: OUT! Glenn Maxwell (0) mistimes a pull off a short delivery from Sheldon Cottrell and it is going high up in the air and Shai Hope takes a very easy catch. Australia 38/4

OVERS 6.6: OUT! Andre Russell strikes in his first over, Usman Khawaja (13) throws his bat at a large delivery, gets an edge and Shai Hope dives to his left to take a high quality 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.five: WHACKED! Khawaja is hit on the helmet via a brutal bouncer from Thomas

OVERS 2.4: FOUR! Usman Khawaja pushes down the bottom through mid-off to get off the mark

OVERS 2.2: OUT! Oshane Thomas bowls a very good outswinger to induce an fringe of Finch's bat for Shai Hope to take the catch. The Australian captain falls for 6. 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 simply manages to play it out however Thomas has over stepped

OVER 0.1: FIVE WIDES, Thomas strays down the leg facet and it is going for 4. Australia off the mark

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

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


After winning the toss Jason Holder mentioned, "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 mentioned, "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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