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Overs 47: Bangladesh 276/8
Mehidy Hasan (11*) hit two fours off Mark Wood in the over.
Overs 45.4: OUT! Third wicket for Ben Stokes, cleans up Mohammad Saifuddin for 5. Bangladesh 264/8
Overs 45: OUT! Mark Wood gets rid of Mahmudullah (28). Bangladesh 261/7
Overs 44: Bangladesh 257/6, need 130 more to win
Overs 43.1: OUT! Ben Stokes strikes again, dismisses Mosaddek Hossain (26). Bangladesh 254/6
Overs 43: Bangladesh 254/5
Mahmudullah (24*) and Mosaddek Hossain (26*) hit a four each of Chris Woakes.
250 comes up for Bangladesh in 42.5 overs
Overs 40.5: FOURS!
Mosaddek Hossain (13*) hits CHris Woakes for back-to-bacj fours.
Overs 39.3: OUT! Ben Stokes dismisses Shakib Al Hasan (121). Bangladesh 219/5
Big Wicket. Shakib fell after scoring 121 off 119 balls, which included a six and 12 fours.
Overs 38.3: FOURS!
Shakib Al Hasan (115*) hits Chris Woakes for back-to-back fours.
200 comes up for Bangladesh in 36.4 overs
Overs 36: Bangladesh 195/4
Mahmudullah (13*) hit a six off Adil Rashid’s final delivery. Rashid returned figures of
1 for 64 in 10 overs
* Time for final drinks break
Overs 35: Bangladesh 186/4
Another tidy over from Jofra Archer, conceded just two singles in it.
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HUNDRED for Shakib Al Hasan off 95 balls, his 8th in ODIs. Bangladesh 179/4 in 32.3 overs
Shakib hit a six and nine fours to reach the landmark.
Overs 30: Bangladesh 170/4, need 217 more to win
Brilliant over from Adil Rashid, took a wicket while conceding just one single in it.
Overs 29.3: OUT! Adil Rashid scalps Mohammad Mithun (0). Bangladesh 170/4
Overs 29: OUT! Liam Plunkett strikes to dismiss Mushfiqur Rahim (44). Bangladesh 169/3
Rahim hit two fours during his 50-ball innings.
Hundred-run partnership between Shakib AL Hasan (89*) and Mushfiqur Rahim (43*). Bangladesh 163/2 in 28.1 overs
Overs 26.1:Bangladesh reach 150-run mark in chase of 387
Liam Plunkett (5.0-0-23-0) is back into the attack
10 runs from the Rashid over with Rahim hitting a boundary too after Shakib.
Overs 25.1: FOUR!
Shakib got down on a knee and nailed the sweep well in front of square on the on-side to pick a boundary off Rashid
Overs 25: End of halfway stage as Bangladesh (139/2) need 248 more runs to win
Good over my Wood as he gives away just four singles from the over.
Overs 24: Bangladesh 135
Another good hit by Shakib Al Hasan off Rashid’s last delivery went past the rope.
Overs 22: Bangladesh 119/2
Shakib Al Hasan (67*) hit a four off Adil Rashid in the over.
Overs 20: Bangladesh 105/2
100 comes up for Bangladesh in 19.1 overs
FIFTY for Shakib Al Hasan off 53 balls, his 45th in ODIs. Bangladesh 96/2 in 18.3 overs
Overs 18: Bangladesh 93/2
Six runs came off Rashid’s over.
* Introduction of spin after the break. Adil Rashid into the attack.
Overs 17: Bangladesh 87/2
. Time for drinks break
Overs 15: Bangladesh 77/2
Another tidy over from Liam Plunkett, gave away just three singles in it.
Overs 14: Bangladesh 74/2
Shakib Al Hasan (43*) ended the Mark Wood over with a four off the final ball.
Overs 12: OUT! Mark Wood strikes to dismiss Tamim Iqbal (19). Bangladesh 63/2
50 comes up for Bangladesh in 10.2 overs
Overs 10: Bangladesh 48/1
Shakib Al Hasan (26*) hit a six off Jofra Archer’s final delivery in the over.
Overs 9: Bangladesh 37/1
Overs 7: Bangladesh 29/1
No boundaries, but Shakib Al Hasan (15*) and Tamim Iqbal (12*) scored 8 runs off Chris Woakes in the over.
Overs 5: Bangladesh 18/1
Shakib Al Hasan hit a four in the over off Chris Woakes.
Overs 4: Bangladesh 8/1
Wicket-maiden from Jofra Archer. Second maiden over for Archer, his figures so far:
Overs 3.2: OUT! Jofra Archer cleans up Soumya Sarkar for 2. Bangladesh 8/1
Overs 3: Bangladesh 8/0
Watchful start to the chase.
Over 1: Bangladesh 1/0
Tidy start from Chris Woakes, gave away just one single in it.
Welcome back! Soumya Sarkar and Tamim Iqbal start the Bangladesh run chase. Chris Woakes with the ball for England.
“It was great fun. I redeemed myself after the last game. Hopefully, this will be enough. There was a change in the gameplan against the spinners. They wanted to get early wickets but we didn’t allow them take early wickets. We knew we can always catch-up with shorter straight boundaries here. And with the wind. I feel, there is definitely something in it for the quicks especially with the new ball.”
* Opener Jason Roy (153) recorded the second highest score by an England batsman in World Cups and put on 128 runs for the opening wicket with Jonny Bairstow (51) as the hosts posted a massive 386/6 against Bangladesh in Cardiff.
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Overs 50: England 386/6, highest of the tournament so far
Liam Plunkett (27* off 9 balls) hit back-to-back fours off Mohammad Saifuddin in the final over.
Overs 49: England 373/6
Liam Plunkett (15*) hit Mashrafe Mortaza for a six and two fours in the over.
Overs 48.2: FOURS!
Liam Plunkett (9*) hits Mashrafe Mortaza for back-to-back fours.
Overs 48: SIX! Chris Woakes (14*) hits another six off Mustafizur Rahman to bring up 350 for England – 355/6
Overs 47.3: SIX!
Chris Woakes opens his account with a six off Mustafizur Rahman.
Overs 47.1: OUT! Mustafizur scalps Ben Stokes (6). England 341/6
Overs 46.5: OUT! Mehidy Hasan strikes to dismiss Eoin Morgan (35). England 340/5
Overs 45.2: OUT! Mohammad Saifuddin gets rid of Jos Buttler (64). England 330/4
Buttler smashed four sixes and two fours during his 44-ball knock. Buttler also added a valuable 95 runs for the fourth wicket with skipper Eoin Morgan.
Overs 45: England 324/3
Eoin Morgan (31*) hit a six in the over, but Shakib Al Hasan made a good comeback to concede just nine runs in it. Shakib’s final figures:
Overs 44: England 315/3
Good, tidy over from Mustafizur Rahman, gave away just six runs in it.
England have brought up the 300 and there’s another 50 for the in-form Jos Buttler! #ENGvBAN LIVE 👇… https://t.co/SGTBeLqfeG
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FIFTY for Jos Buttler off 33 balls, his 19th in ODIs. England 305/3 in 42.3 overs
Buttler hit three sixes and two fours to reach the landmark
300 comes up for England in 42.1 overs
Overs 42: England 298/3. Jos Buttler 49* & Eoin Morgan 16*
Overs 41.4: SIX!
Jos Buttler (47*) smacks Mustafizur Rahman for a straight six.
Overs 40: England 275/3. How far the hosts will go from here – 375 of 400?
Overs 38: England 263/3
19 RUNS! 6, 4, 1, 1, 6, 1
– Jos Buttler (28*) changed his gears, smacked Mosaddek Hossain for two sixes and a four in the over.
250 comes up for England in 37.1 overs
Overs 34.4: OUT! Mehidy Hasan dismisses Jason Roy (153 off 121 balls). England 235/3
Massive WIcket. And what a knock from Roy. The opener smashed five maximums and 14 fours during his 121-ball innings. Roy’s 153 is the second highest by an Englishman in World Cups.
Highest individual scores for England in World Cup:
158 – Strauss v Ind, Bengaluru 2011
153 – Jason Roy v Ban, Cardiff 2019
137 – Amiss v Ind Lord’s, 1975
131 – Fletcher v NZ, Nottingham 1975
130 – Gower v SL, Taunton 1983
Overs 34.3: BOOM! 6, 6, 6 – Jason Roy (153*) smacks Mehidy Hasan for three back-to-back sixes. England 235/2
Overs 33: England 212/2
Overs 31.4: NOT OUT!
Bangladesh lost the review. The ball was missing Jos Buttler’s leg stump.
Overs 31.3: OUT! Mohammad Saifuddin cleans up Joe Root for 21. England 205/2
Big Wicket. Saifuddin broke the dangerous second-wicket stand of 77 between Root and centurion Jason Roy.
Overs 31: England 202/1
17 RUNS! 4, 4, 6, 1, 1, 1
– Jason Roy (126*) smacked Shakib Al Hasan for two fours and a six in consecutive balls as England scored 17 in the over.
200 comes up for England in 30.4 overs
An unusual way to celebrate 100 for Jason Roy! We’re glad umpire Joel Wilson is on his feet again and smiling! 😅… https://t.co/hYNSv7llLj
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Overs 30.2: FOURS!
Jason Roy (118*) welcomes Shakib Al Hasan, who comes back into the attack, for back-to-back fours.
Overs 29: England 181/1
Jason Roy 107* and Joe Root 19* bring up fifty-run partnership for the second wicket
Overs 28: England 174/1
💯 off 92 balls for Jason Roy! He has to make sure the umpire is OK before celebrating! https://t.co/t0289Hu01Q
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HUNDRED for Jason Roy off 92 balls, his 9th in ODIs. England 167/1 in 26.5 overs
Roy hit a six and 12 fours to reach the landmark.
Overs 25: England 154/1
at the half-way stage. 350 on the card for the hosts?
150 comes up for England in 24 overs. Jason Roy 89*, Joe Root 7*
Overs 21: England 135/1
Another tidy over from Mehidy Hasan, gave away just five singles in it.
Mehidy Hasan Miraz takes the catch to dismiss Jonny Bairstow. (Reuters Photo)
Overs 19.1: OUT! Mashrafe Mortaza strikes to dismiss Jonny Bairstow (51). England 128/1
Mehidy Hasan took a brilliant catch jumping forward to break the threatening partnership. Bairstow hit six boundaries during his 50-ball innings and added a solid 128 for the opening wicket with Jason Roy.
FIFTY for Jonny Bairstow off 48 balls, his 10th in ODIs. England 123/0 in 18.3 overs
Overs 18: ENG 120/0
. Time for first drinks break
Overs 17: ENG 112/0
Tidy start from Mehidy Hasan, conceded just two singles in it.
* 100 comes up for England in 15 overs
End of Over 13:
Shakib makes quick return for a second spell, with Mortaza hoping his go-to man to provide the breakthrough. But Roy (52*) and Bairstow (34*) looking in no trouble whatsoever.
Fifty for Jason Roy,
his 16th in ODIs, coming off just 38 balls with a SIX and a FOUR off consecutive deliveries.
England 86/0 in 11.3 overs
End of Over 10:
From 15/0 in five overs to 67/0 to finish the Powerplay, this has been some build-up by Roy (38*) and Bairstow (27*), with 52 runs in the last five overs.
End of Over 8:
The watchful start has now taken a solid shape as both Roy (33*) and Bairstow (18*) have got their eye in and playing some cracking strokes. Bairstow gathers pace with two fours off Saifudin to raise English fifty in 7.5 overs. 52/0
End of Over 6:
First big over for England, as Roy (21*) hits Mortaza for a couple of boundaries, first one luckily just over the mid-wicket fielder and second a copybook stroke past mid-off. 26/0
End of Over 5:
The tactic to begin with Shakib has worked to a nicety. Roy’s extra-cover drive fetches him three runs to end the over. 15/0
End of Over 3:
England openers not taking any chances with Shakib. This is a good start for Bangladesh. 7/0
End of Over 2:
Some appreciable swing for Mashrafe Mortaza as wind picks up at the Sophia Gardens. But he pitched one a bit too further up and Roy (6*) drove it straight as an arrow for four. 6/0
End of Over 1:
A single from the opening over gets Roy and England going. Good, tight stuff from Shakib. 1/0
Sight-screen issue just before Jason Roy was ready to face Shakib Al Hasan. But all sorted in quick time. Set to begin. Jonny Bairstow at the non-striker’s end.
Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (c), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler (wk), Chris Woakes, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Liam Plunkett, Mark Wood
Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Mohammad Mithun, Mahmudullah, Mosaddek Hossain, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mehidy Hasan, Mashrafe Mortaza (c), Mustafizur Rahman
I don’t think this is a bad toss to lose consiering the amount of grass that has come off this wicket. We had a bady day against Pakistan. We played some good cricket against South Africa and hopefully we will play good cricket too.
We will bowl first. This pitch has been under cover for the last two days. We liked to but we are sticking with the same team. Last match was disappointing but hopefully we will bounce back. We have to play at our best to beat this England team.
England bring in Liam Plunkett for Moeen Ali. Bangladesh are unchanged from their last match.
Mashrafe Mortaza wins the toss and
Bangladesh have decided to bowl first.
TOSS NEWS! Bangladesh win the toss and will bowl in Match 12 of #CWC19! England bring in Plunkett for Moeen Ali.… https://t.co/5XrsWnuvZF
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Hello! It’s Day 10 of the ICC World Cup, and action has once again shifted to Cardiff in Wales, where co-hosts England will take on a confident Bangladesh side.
The Bangla Tigers began well by upsetting South Africa and then almost put it past New Zealand. That makes them a dangerous team, and who knows it better than England. The English team suffered an agonising defeat against Bangladesh in the 2015 World Cup, which led to their exit from the tournament.
But this English team knows how to win consistently, but that doesn’t rule out the threat that Bangladesh pose under dark skies at the Sophia Gardens. Little-to-no forecast for rain, though.
Covers are out and sun is out at Sofia Gardens at Cardiff.. #CWC19 #CWC2019 #ENGvsBAN #ENGvBAN #BanvEng https://t.co/cc0TSmzoHP
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We have arrived in Cardiff! 🏴🇧🇩 https://t.co/w5bjYHkaKx #CWC19 #WeAreEngland #ExpressYourself https://t.co/gmqoUoYo4V
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