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Overs 14: Bangladesh 78/1
Nathan Coulter-Nile endured bowling tight overs, gave away just 3 singles in it.


Overs 13: Bangladesh 75/1
12 RUNS!
Big over for Bangladesh. Shakib Al Hasan (31*) hit back-to-back fours off Glenn Maxwell in it. And fifty-run partnership for the second wicket between Shakib and Tamim Iqbal (27*).

Overs 12: Bangladesh 63/1
Good, tidy over from Nathan Coulter-Nile, conceded just 4 singles in it.

Overs 11: Bangladesh 59/1
Glenn Maxwell got here again into the attack and gave away six runs in the over.

* 50 comes up for Bangladesh in nine.5 overs - 53/1. Tamim Iqbal 23* & Shakib Al Hasan 13*

Overs 8.5: FOUR! Shakib Al Hasan (nine*) opens his boundary depend with a cracking 4 off Pat Cummins. Bangladesh 48/1

Overs 7.5: NOT OUT! Australia misplaced their overview. Ball landed outside leg ahead of hitting Shakib Al Hasan's pad. Bangladesh 41/1

Overs 7: Bangladesh 38/1
Tamim Iqbal (21*) began the Pat Cummins over with a 4, however the pacer recovered properly to concede just six runs in it.

Overs 5: Bangladesh 25/1
Tidy over from Mitchell Starc, conceded just two singles in it.



Overs 3.5: OUT! Soumya Sarkar run out for 10. Bangladesh 23/1 in 3.5 overs
A large mix-up and a super direct hit from Aaron Finch. First Sarkar refused Tamim Iqbal's name, then determined to run ahead of converting the verdict again however it was too past due as he failed to return again to the crease at the non-striker's end.

Overs 2.5: FOURS! Soumya Sarkar opens his boundary depend with back-to-back fours off Mitchell Starc. Bangladesh 19/0

Overs 1.4: FOUR! Tamim Iqbal opens his boundary depend with a 4 off Pat Cummins. Bangladesh nine/0

Over 1: Bangladesh 4/0
FOur runs got here off Mitchell Starc over.

Welcome again! Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar start the Bangladesh run chase. Mitchell Starc with the ball for Australia.

* Brilliant effort from Australian top-order batsmen as they put up a large 381/5 towards Bangladesh at Trent Bridge in Nottingham. David Warner slammed 166 off 147 balls, and put on two giant stands to lead the Australian innings. Warner added 121 runs for the hole wicket with skipper Aaron Finch (53), ahead of putting up a large 192 for the second with Usman Khawaja (89). Glenn Maxwell also contributed 32 off just 10 balls after all as they registered their 2nd best possible World Cup general ever. For Bangladesh, part-time medium pacer Soumya Sarkar took 3 wickets for 58 runs in 8 overs.

Australia's best possible totals in World Cup matches:
417/6 vs Afghanistan, Perth 2015
381/5 vs Bangladesh, Nottingham 2019
377/6 vs South Africa, Basseterre 2007
376/nine vs Sri Lanka, Sydney 2015



Overs 50: Australia 381/5
13 RUNS! Mustafizur Rahman (1/69 in nine overs) began the general over properly, conceding just 3 singles in the first 3 balls, ahead of Marcus Stoinis (17* off 11 balls) hit back-to-back fours to take the rating previous 380 mark.

19:05 IST: Play resumes

18:55 IST: Good News! The covers are coming off. Play resuming in 10 mins.

* Rain stops play
18:39 IST: Rain has began from nowhere. And umpires have requested the players to leave the bottom.

Overs 49: Australia 368/5 (Alex Carey nine* & Marcus Stoinis 6*)

Overs 48: Australia 359/5
Brilliant over from Mustafizur Rahman, a wicket and five singles off it.

Overs 47.1: OUT! Mustafizur Rahman moves to push aside Steve Smith (1). Australia 354/5
Australia went for a overview, however the ball was hitting the middle and stale stumps of Smith. They misplaced their overview and the batsman. Quick wickets have hindered their ultimate assault evidently.



Overs 46.5: OUT! Third wicket for Soumya Sarkar, Usman Khawaja gone for 89. Australia 353/4
Sarkar is fascinated by the entire Australian dismissal up to now - 3 wickets for him and a run-out. The part-timer is essentially the most successful bowler for Bangladesh as of late. Khawaja failed to succeed in a genuinely-earned hundred, and departed for 89 off 72 balls, which incorporated 10 fours.

Overs 46.2: OUT! Glenn Maxwell run out for 32 (off 10 balls). Australia 352/3
Maxwell hit 3 sixes and two fours all the way through his 10-ball cameo.

Overs 46: Australia 346/2
25 RUNS! 1NB, 6, 4, 6, 0, 3, 4 -
Maxwell and Khawaja slammed 25 runs off Rubel Hossain in the over.

Over 45.3: 6, 4, 6 - Glenn Maxwell (23* off 6 balls) comes out all weapons blazing, smacks Rubel Hossain for two sixes and a 4 in consecutive balls. Australia 339/2



Overs 44.2: OUT! Soumya Sarkar gets rid of David Warner (166). Australia 313/2
Massive Wicket. Sarkar got here again into the attack and gave Bangladesh a large breakthrough. Second wicket for Sarkar. Warner was in his component as of late and looked just right for a double-century. Warner hit five sixes and 14 fours all the way through his majestic 147-ball knock.

Overs 44: Australia 309/1
13 RUNS!
David Warner (162*) hit back-to-back fours off Rubel Hossain in the over.

* 300 comes up for Australia in 43.3 overs - 302/1. David Warner 155* and Usman Khawaja 83*

Overs 43: Australia 296/1
14 RUNS!
Big overs pouring in for the Aussies. David Warner (151*) and Usman Khawaja (82*) hit a six and a 4 respectively off Mashrafe Mortaza in the over.

* 150 for David Warner off 139 balls. Australia 290/1 in 42.3 overs

Overs 42: Australia 282/1
19 RUNS! 4, 4, 2, 4, 4, 1
- Usman Khawaja (76*) smacked Mustafizur Rahman for 4 fours in the over as he scored 19 runs in it.

* 150-run partnership between David Warner (143*) and Usman Khawaja (65*). Australia 271/1 in 41.2 overs

Overs 41: Australia 263/1
13 RUNS!
David Warner (143*) smashed a 4 and a six off Shakib Al Hasan in the over. The stage is for Australia to release their ultimate assault.

* 250 comes up for Australia in 40 overs. David Warner 133* & Usman Khawaja 54*

Overs 39.1: SIX! David Warner (129*) smacks Rubel Hussain for a straight six. Australia 244/1
Warner seems to be in the temper for a large rating.

Overs 39: 237/1
Seven runs got here off Mustafizur Rahman's over, together with a 4 hit through David Warner (123*)

* FIFTY for Usman Khawaja off 50 balls, his 11th in ODIs. Australia 229/1 in 37.5 overs
Khawaja hit 4 boundaries to succeed in the landmark.

Overs 36: Australia 212/1. Time for any other beverages destroy

Overs 35: Australia 208/1
11 RUNS!
David Warner and Usman Khawaja hit a 4 every off Mashrafe Mortaza in the over.

* 200 comes up for Australia in 34.3 overs - 202/1. David Warner 107* & Usman Khawaja 35*



* HUNDRED for David Warner off 110 balls, his 16th in ODIs. Australia 187/1 in 32.2 overs
Warner hit two sixes and seven fours to succeed in the landmark. The Australia opener endured his wealthy form to attain his 2nd century of the tournament. Fourth batsmen to hit two heaps up to now after Rohit Sharma, Shakib Al Hasan and Joe Root.

* Fifty-run partnership between David Warner (90*) and Usman Khawaja (21*). Australia 171/1 in 30.3 overs

Overs 29: Australia 165/1
12 RUNS!
Big over for the Aussies. David Warner (87*) hit two fours off Soumya Sarkar in it.

* 150 comes up for Australia in 27.2 overs - 150/1. David Warner 76* & Usman Khawaja 14*
The scoring charge has dropped slightly after the dismissal of Aaron Finch.

Overs 25: Australia 139/1 at the half-way stage. David Warner 69* & Usman Khawaja 10*

Overs 23: Australia 125/1
Soumya Sarkar got here up with a tidy over, two runs off it together with a leg bye.

Overs 22: Australia 123/1
More tidy over from Mehidy Hasan, conceded just two singles in it.

Overs 20.5: OUT! Soumya Sarkar moves to push aside Aaron Finch (53). Australia 121/1
Big Wicket. Sarkar, who got here into the attack, provided the primary breakthrough for the Bangladesh, dismissed the Australian skipper. Soft dismissal. Finch, while trying to dab the ball previous short third guy, mistimed it and gave away a simple catch to Rubel Hossain. Finch hit two sixes and five fours all the way through his 51-ball innings and added 121 for the hole wicket with David Warner.



* FIFTY for Aaron Finch off 47 balls, his 24th in ODIs. Australia 116/0 in 19.4 overs
Finch hit two sixes and five fours to succeed in the landmark.

Overs 18: Australia 104/0
Good comback from Mehidy Hasan, after conceding 12 in his first over, gave away just 3 singles in his 2nd.

Overs 17: Australia 101/0. Time for beverages destroy

* 100 comes up for Australia in 16.3 overs. David Warner 53* & Aaron Finch 43*

Overs 16: Australia 98/0
12 RUNS!
Aaron Finch (43*) welcomed Mehidy Hasan with a six and a 4 in consecutive balls as Australia scored 12 runs in it.

Overs 15.4: SIX! Aaron Finch smacks Mehidy Hasan over deep sq. for a maximum. Australia 94/0



* FIFTY for David Warner off 55 balls, his 20th in ODIs. Australia 86/0 in 15 overs
Warner hit two sixes and four fours to succeed in the landmark.

End of Over 14: Warner (47*) comes out to transform a full delivery from Shakib right into a low full-toss and hits it during the gap in the cover region for 4. And the left-hander follows it up with a HUGE SIX over mid-wicket with a 94m hit, into the second tier. Australia 83/0

Mortaza presses medium-pacer Rubel Hossain into provider as Bangladesh seek for their opening wicket.

End of Over 12: With the rating reacing 67/0, it sort of feels any other Warner-Finch century partnership is on the anvil.

End of Over 10: Fifty comes up for Australia in nine.3 overs, with a crunchy straight power from Finch (24*). Warner batting on 26*. The first Powerplay figures learn 53/0.

First bowling exchange. Shakib Al Hasan into the attack together with his left-arm spin.

End of Over nine: Mortaza has bowled properly in his opening spell, which now reads 0/24 in five overs. Not letting the Aussies off the hook however would have cherished to have something in the wickets column as properly. 47/0

End of Over 7: Both Warner and Finch are now looking slightly extra settled in comparison to the start. That punch from Warner, getting on height of the leap, was prime instance of a batsman getting his eye in. 36/0

End of Over 5: Dropped! After Finch (13*) began the over through hitting Mortaza for a SIX, the over ends with a Sabbir dropping Warner (12*) at level. 27/0

End of Over 3: Just 3 runs off Mortaza's 2nd over. 12/0

End of Over 2: And a boundary for Warner as properly, off a back-foot punch during the covers - all timing. nine/0

Mustafizur Rahim to open complaints from the opposite end.

End of Over 1: Both Warner and Finch off the mark, the latter with a well-timed flick off his hips for Australia's first boundary. 4/0

The familiar pair of David Warner and Aaron Finch out to open for the Aussies. Skipper Mashrafe Mortaza to begin bowling for Bangladesh.

PLAYING XIs

BANGLADESH: Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Liton Das, Mahmudullah, Sabbir Rahman, Mehidy Hasan, Mashrafe Mortaza (c), Rubel Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman

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

CAPTAIN TALK

AARON FINCH: "We are gonna bat first, looks a really good surface. I think we have played well in patches. There have been times we haven't got it right. Still excited to be in this position. Stoinis comes back in the team. We get through the middle overs nicely."

MASHRAFE MORTAZA: "It's a good wicket, you never know. We are chasing very well in the last few matches. My knees are alright, trying hard, let's see. The boys are confident after that last match. Rubel comes in for Saifuddin and Sabbir comes in for Mosaddek."


TOSS NEWS: Aaron Finch wins the toss, Australia make a decision to bat first.


It's Day 22, and the ICC World Cup 2019 chariot has arrived again in Nottingham for Match 26 between defending champions Australia and the high-flying Bangladesh. And we welcome you as soon as again right here at Timesofindia.com, bringing the entire live updates from the sport that is scheduled to begin 1500 IST.


With 4 wins in five matches, Australia are enjoying conveniently at No. 3 on the points desk. But with victories over South Africa and West Indies, the Bangla tigers, lately No. 5, have accomplished higher up to now in comparison to former champions Sri Lanka, Windies and Pakistan; and thus, cannot be taken frivolously.


That gives Bangladesh hope to topple the title-holders, however it would possibly not be simple towards the five-time champions.


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