Overs: 20.0 / 20.0
Overs: 20.0 / 20.0
|18.3||TG Southee to EJG Morgan, No run, terrific yorker, a dot ball, all Morgan can do is keep it out.|
|18.2||TG Southee to DJ Willey, 1 run, full, wide outside off, mistimed down the ground.|
|18.1||TG Southee to DJ Willey, BOUNDARY, 4 runs, full, straight, hammered down the ground! Drilled over Southee who tries to get his hands to it.|
|17.6||TA Boult to DJ Willey, 1 run, low full toss, driven to mid-off inside the circle.|
|17.5||TA Boult to SW Billings, OUT, No run, scooped into the stumps...Billings just can't get going in England colours. A delivery very wide outside off, Billings shuffles across the crease and plays it straight into the timber.|
|17.4||TA Boult to EJG Morgan, 1 run, good response from Boult, gets the yorker straighter this time, inside edge into his boot.|
|17.3||TA Boult to EJG Morgan, BOUNDARY, 6 runs, that's almost into the flame-throwers! Morgan standing across his stumps, Boult went full and wide, Morgan launched it straight down the ground. The power through the shot was immense.|
|17.2||TA Boult to EJG Morgan, BOUNDARY, 4 runs, that's unlucky for the bowler, Morgan gets a thick inside edge against a wide yorker, flies past the stumps and the keeper.|
|17.1||TA Boult to EJG Morgan, BOUNDARY, 6 runs, what a shot! A back-of-a-length ball is slotted straight down the ground. Just have himself a fraction of room.|
Boult is back. He'll bowl two of the last three
SD: "Sam Billings' unimpressive T20I record doesn't befit his talent and calibre. It's also a surprise to me that he doesn't get to bat higher up the order, never mind the otherwise explosive line-up that England has. He is someone who will do better when gets a bit to time to settle down than when he is asked to swing from the word go. If you have to extract the best out of him, give him 12-15 overs to bat at least."
|16.6||C de Grandhomme to SW Billings, No run, full, wide outside off, Billings can only just reach it, takes the cue end of the bat.|
|16.5||C de Grandhomme to EJG Morgan, 1 run, a full toss which he doesn't strike cleanly, clubbed to long-on.|
|16.4||C de Grandhomme to EJG Morgan, BOUNDARY, 6 runs, into the crowd! Back of a length, he holds his shot a fraction for the lack of pace, bludgeons it over long-on.|
|16.3||C de Grandhomme to SW Billings, 1 run, full outside off, slog sweeps and it whistles to deep backward square where Boult nearly lets it slip through.|
|16.2||C de Grandhomme to EJG Morgan, 1 run, short outside off, 106kph, takes the toe end down the ground.|
|16.1||C de Grandhomme to EJG Morgan, BOUNDARY, 6 runs, that breaks the run of singles - and 27 balls without a boundary - he's down the pitch and swings a length delivery over the leg side. Fifty for Morgan.|
Dave: "Why & who did they start 20 behind?" Because they need to win by at least 20 runs to get above NZ on net run-rate
|15.6||TG Southee to EJG Morgan, 1 run, a short ball, pulled in front of square and Santner is around quick enough to mean, again, it's just a single. Binary batting of late.|
|15.5||TG Southee to SW Billings, 1 run, uses his feet, it's a back-of-a-length delivery, can only push it through the covers for a single.|
Adam: "Interesting thought. Will NZ go out and chase the exact total? Or the total minus 20 or whatever they need. Obviously they want to win the game, but surely their real target is to get int the final. 20 is a lot of runs in a T20, wouldn't want to go too hard to get them when they don't need them and end up all out."
|15.4||TG Southee to EJG Morgan, 1 run, another slower ball and Morgan almost spoons this to cover, the ball lobs off the splice of the bat.|
|15.3||TG Southee to SW Billings, 1 run, back of a length, trickles backward of square on the leg side off the splice of the bat.|
Steve: "So, rather less shambolic now. Run rate's down under 9, only 5 overs left, pressure's right back on England..."
|15.2||TG Southee to EJG Morgan, 1 run, full and straight, pushed down to long-on.|
|15.1||TG Southee to SW Billings, 1 run, short of a length on the pads, flicked in the air towards deep square.|
Southee returns. Will it be a lot of cutters?
Mohd Irshad: "Though Mo did not do well on Aussie tour but i am sure England is missing his allround abilities, specially explosive batting that he showed against WI too." Missing his bowling
Only singles in the last three overs...180 looks a way off now
|14.6||C de Grandhomme to EJG Morgan, No run, pushes a length ball back to the bowler who gets his left hand to it...another top over.|
|14.5||C de Grandhomme to EJG Morgan, No run, this holds in the pitch, takes a leading edge which loops just to the off side.|
|14.4||C de Grandhomme to SW Billings, 1 run, angled into the pads, pushed to deep square leg.|
Alasdair: "Didn't Siefert score 12 of two balls at the death on debut....oh look a stumping. Give the guy a chance guys!"
|14.3||C de Grandhomme to EJG Morgan, 1 run, full outside off, just a single as it's played into point.|
|14.2||C de Grandhomme to SW Billings, 1 run, walks at this, short of a length, pushed into the covers.|
|14.1||C de Grandhomme to EJG Morgan, 1 run, driven to deep point.|
That's been two huge overs for New Zealand. England stalling. Remember, thy effectively started the innings 20 behind. Should Buttler have just seen out Sodhi's over?
|13.6||IS Sodhi to JC Buttler, OUT, No run, does him! He's deserved that. Tosses up a leg-break, Buttler is down the pitch, aims through the leg side is comprehensively beaten. Simple stumping.|
|13.5||IS Sodhi to EJG Morgan, 1 run, worked from outside off into the leg side.|
Aaron: "I have a huge question mark over Seifert's keeping, I was saying it before tonight and I'm even more skeptical."
|13.4||IS Sodhi to EJG Morgan, No run, worked off the pads and can't beat short fine leg.|
|13.3||IS Sodhi to EJG Morgan, No run, nicely bowled, a leg-break spins from outside off, beats the inside edge and takes the top of the pad.|
|13.2||IS Sodhi to JC Buttler, 1 run, short again, pulled to deep square leg.|
|13.1||IS Sodhi to EJG Morgan, 1 run, touch shorter, he goes back and pulls to deep midwicket.|
John: "I'm not 100% sure that that no-ball really was above waist height. It looked it from front on and Morgan definitely hit it above his waist but there was a lot of loop on the ball so it may actually have been low enough if it had been allowed to pass the batsman. Would have been interesting to see a HawkEye of that."
Alex: "Sitting not far from where that 6 went out of the ground, was massive. Malan was the best player in the tests and also the best player in the T20 team. How was he not in the ODI team? Surely will be for the NZ games based on this form." He's heading home for a couple of weeks after this tournament. Back for the Tests
|12.6||C de Grandhomme to JC Buttler, No run, tries to scoop this from outside off, a length delivery, doesn't make contact...excellent over from CdG.|
|12.5||C de Grandhomme to JC Buttler, No run, driven to cover.|
|12.4||C de Grandhomme to EJG Morgan, 1 run, full and straight, pushed down to long-on.|
|12.3||C de Grandhomme to JC Buttler, 1 run, short of a length outside off, takes a bottom edge to the leg side as he aims through the covers.|
Bob: "Didn't Seifert drop a catch or two last time?" One down the leg side in the previous match
|12.2||C de Grandhomme to EJG Morgan, 1 run, short of a length outside off, 112kph, dropped into the backward point area.|
A stand of 93 is broken in the nick of time for New Zealand, although it will bring Jos Buttler to the middle
|12.1||C de Grandhomme to DJ Malan, OUT, No run, finds deep midwicket! Round the wicket, Malan uses his feet, gets too far underneath this one without the distance.|
De Grandhomme returns
Dan: ""Taken apart" and "a team in shambles" is an alarmist overreaction. Until that Santner over we were going well. If anything, I think this series is witnessing a big step in the evolution of T20. When Aus have a top six of Warner, Short, Lynn, Maxwell, Stoinis and Finch there's no strategy in this format any more, all just thrash hard."
|11.6||IS Sodhi to DJ Malan, 1 run, another reverse sweep, gets right over the ball, along the ground towards deep point.|
|11.5||IS Sodhi to DJ Malan, No run, dropped, a thick top edge and Seifert can't cling on.|
|11.4||IS Sodhi to DJ Malan, No run, gets a bottom edge as he aims to go through the off side.|
We need a new ball. That one has been lost
|11.3||IS Sodhi to DJ Malan, BOUNDARY, 6 runs, and Malan takes full advantage...it's out of the ground! Down on his back knee and slog-sweeps over deep midwicket. Mighty blow. And that's another fifty for Malan...four in five innings now.|
|11.3||IS Sodhi to EJG Morgan, NO BALL, 2 runs, caught at deep midwicket but it's a huge full toss! Morgan has swung it down Guptill's throat, who immediately throws the ball back in. He think it's above waist height and it's given no-ball.|
|11.2||IS Sodhi to EJG Morgan, 2 runs, shorter, flatter, outside off and cut backward of point...good work by Chapman coming around from deep point.|
|11.1||IS Sodhi to EJG Morgan, No run, full at off stump, cover gets across to prevent a single.|
Oh dear: "We are being taken apart out there. More of the same rubbish but this time from the entire team. This is a team in shambles."
|10.6||MJ Santner to DJ Malan, No run, full outside off, driven to cover...expensive over.|
|10.5||MJ Santner to EJG Morgan, 1 run, very full, jabbed into the covers.|
|10.5||MJ Santner to EJG Morgan, WIDE, 1 run, wide down the leg side, a poor over from Santner.|
|10.4||MJ Santner to EJG Morgan, BOUNDARY, 6 runs, that's massive! A slog-sweep from outside off over deep midwicket, into the crowd...a diving attempt at a catch, and this is where this sponsor challenge can be dangerous.|
|10.3||MJ Santner to EJG Morgan, BOUNDARY, 4 runs, that's a poor ball, wide outside leg again, Morgan catches up with it with a strong sweep.|
|10.2||MJ Santner to EJG Morgan, BOUNDARY, 4 runs, that's some of the best of Morgan, a skimming lofted cover drive which goes wide of long-off.|
|10.2||MJ Santner to EJG Morgan, WIDE, 1 run, very wide outside leg stump.|
|10.1||MJ Santner to EJG Morgan, BOUNDARY, 4 runs, very well-controlled, reverse sweeps a very full delivery outside off fine of short third man.|
Santner back into the attack
|9.6||IS Sodhi to DJ Malan, No run, short outside off, he rocks back to cut, goes in the air but doesn't quite reach short third man.|
|9.5||IS Sodhi to DJ Malan, No run, nearly dragged on! Stayed in his crease and pushes at a good-length ball, a leg-break, which takes a thick inside edge.|
|9.4||IS Sodhi to DJ Malan, BOUNDARY, 6 runs, he's going nicely now...uses his feet and sends this clean over long-off.|
|9.3||IS Sodhi to EJG Morgan, 1 run, goes back to a shorter delivery, whipped to deep midwicket.|
|9.2||IS Sodhi to DJ Malan, 1 run, another reverses sweep, wide of short third man.|
|9.1||IS Sodhi to DJ Malan, BOUNDARY, 6 runs, over wide long-on again! A slog-sweep this time, taken from around off stump, a very cleanly strike from Malan...caught again, but the gentlemen isn't wearing the correct short.|
|8.6||C Munro to DJ Malan, 1 run, across the crease and works this out to deep midwicket.|
|8.5||C Munro to EJG Morgan, 1 run, back of a length, pushed down the ground.|
|8.4||C Munro to DJ Malan, 1 run, along the ground to long-on.|
|8.3||C Munro to DJ Malan, BOUNDARY, 6 runs, delivered from very wide on the crease, angled into Malan who launches it over wide mid-on...into the crowd, taken by a man in a sponsor's shirt! It's another 50K by the looks of it.|
|8.2||C Munro to EJG Morgan, 1 run, flicked from outside off down to long-on.|
|8.1||C Munro to DJ Malan, 1 run, round the wicket, full outside off, driven to long-off.|
Colin Munro into the attack. Is everyone going to get a bowl tonight?
|7.6||IS Sodhi to DJ Malan, 1 run, full and straight, pushed down to long-off. Lovely start from Sodhi. Malan not picking him.|
|7.5||IS Sodhi to DJ Malan, No run, tries the big slog sweep, doesn't make contact and gets taken on the body.|
Alex: "Seems a bit of self-doubt from Kane. Should have bowled himself in the last match and didn't, no need to bowl here and he brings himself on anyway and gets jollied."
|7.4||IS Sodhi to DJ Malan, No run, does him with the googly this time, tossed up outside off, Malan goes for an expansive drive and is beaten.|
|7.3||IS Sodhi to DJ Malan, No run, back of a length, pushed to cover.|
|7.2||IS Sodhi to DJ Malan, 2 runs, delicate shot, reverse sweeps a full delivery fine of short third man.|
|7.1||IS Sodhi to DJ Malan, No run, lovely start! Over the wicket, rips a legspinner from outside off past the inside edge...not taken cleanly, not sure if there was an edge.|
Ish Sodhi into the attack. Eighth over, sixth bowler
Kandeepan Arul: "Looks like a tough wicket to bat on. 170 might be a winning score." That means England would need to keep NZ to 150
|6.6||KS Williamson to DJ Malan, 1 run, short of a length at off stump, Malan drives from the back foot to deep cover.|
|6.5||KS Williamson to EJG Morgan, 1 run, flatter, quicker, outside off, swung down to long-on.|
|6.4||KS Williamson to EJG Morgan, BOUNDARY, 6 runs, now it's Morgan's turn! That's a sweet strike. Stayed in his crease, just gave himself a touch of room and drove inside-out over long-off.|
|6.3||KS Williamson to DJ Malan, 1 run, sliced to deep point.|
|6.2||KS Williamson to DJ Malan, BOUNDARY, 6 runs, that's gone miles in the air...and just clears long-on. Malan used his feet, got it off low down on the bat but has enough power.|
|6.1||KS Williamson to EJG Morgan, 1 run, round the wicket, cut to deep cover.|
The captain has a bowl...pulls out of his first delivery
England have stalled since the first two overs
|5.6||TG Southee to DJ Malan, No run, tries to drag a short-of-a-length ball from off stump through the leg side but finds midwicket.|
|5.5||TG Southee to DJ Malan, No run, worked off the pads to midwicket.|
David : "Roy has been worked out since his big score on a flat wicket in Melbourne. Granted is was an English ODI record) but there were a multitude of half chances in that one too. Is he starting to become a top order liability"
|5.4||TG Southee to EJG Morgan, 1 run, a yorker outside off, squeezed into the covers.|
|5.3||TG Southee to DJ Malan, 1 run, short, pulled to deep square leg.|
|5.2||TG Southee to EJG Morgan, 1 run, short of a length, he's cramped a little for room as he pulls and gets it wide of short fine leg.|
|5.1||TG Southee to DJ Malan, 1 run, full and straight, Malan uses his feet and pushes back past the bowler.|
Plenty of changes from Williamson. Back to Southee
Joey: "During games at the Basin Reserve and Seddon Park, you often hear sirens as the emergency services pass the ground. Is John proposing waiting for them to pass? That's great for over rates" Pretty sure it was tongue-in-cheek
|4.6||C de Grandhomme to DJ Malan, 1 run, full and straight, clipped straight of midwicket.|
|4.5||C de Grandhomme to DJ Malan, No run, a length delivery angled into the left hander, punched to cover.|
|4.4||C de Grandhomme to DJ Malan, No run, round the wicket, a slower ball wide outside off, Malan drives over the top of it.|
|4.3||C de Grandhomme to DJ Malan, BOUNDARY, 4 runs, another cracker from Malan, this is fuller, a half volley outside off, drilled through the covers.|
|4.2||C de Grandhomme to DJ Malan, BOUNDARY, 4 runs, short of a length, width outside off, a strong square drive wide of point.|
|4.1||C de Grandhomme to EJG Morgan, 1 run, full outside off, drives square and point gets a hand to it.|
Colin de Grandhomme into the attack
Dan: "That's the first I've heard of this and I'm gutted. For the last four years us NZ cricket fans have been told to just bide our time until the FTP kicks off and we'll finally get to play more test cricket. What do they even mean by "the time is not feasible", that's the lamest excuse I've ever heard." We'll see how it develops. With these stories, often more to it
|3.6||TA Boult to DJ Malan, 2 runs, angled into the pads, flicked behind square on the leg side.|
|3.5||TA Boult to EJG Morgan, 1 run, a full delivery at off stump, flicked down to long-on.|
|3.4||TA Boult to EJG Morgan, No run, fuller, outside off, a slower ball at 110kph, pushed into the off-side ring.|
|3.3||TA Boult to EJG Morgan, No run, drives this off the back foot and finds cover.|
|3.2||TA Boult to EJG Morgan, No run, short of a length at off stump, defended to cover.|
John: "There was a car alarm going of in the car park for the duration of that ball that dismissed Hales. Surely he was distracted by that and it should have been called dead ball! ;-)" We heard that, too. He could have pulled away. Not sure it had an impact!
|3.1||TA Boult to JJ Roy, OUT, No run, and now Roy finds mid-off as well! 110kph slower ball, Roy is completely done as he reaches for it, lobs high in the air it's a dolly for the captain.|
Boult changes end
Naman: "On a slightly unrelated note, I heard that BCCI have decided not to play tests in New Zealand next year because the time is not feasible. Is it true? And if it is, how big of a step it is?" Yes, that's what has been reported. Quite a significant development, I think. They are due to play two Tests in New Zealand in 2019-2020 under the new FTP. Might have to be two day-night Tests! Although not sure India what them, either
|2.6||TG Southee to DJ Malan, No run, good length at off stump, defended to backward point. Very skillful over.|
|2.6||TG Southee to DJ Malan, WIDE, 1 run, shorter, down the leg side, Malan tries to work it to fine leg, there's an appeal for a catch down the leg side but Blocker Wilson quickly has his arms out.|
|2.5||TG Southee to DJ Malan, No run, full at middle and leg, another slower one, clipped to midwicket.|
|2.4||TG Southee to JJ Roy, 1 run, full at off stump, 117kph, clipped down to long-on.|
|2.3||TG Southee to AD Hales, OUT, No run, a cutter does the trick! This was fuller, outside off, Hales tried to go over mid-off but couldn't get the leverage, off the bottom of the bat which twists in his hands, and Williamson was able to backtrack from the edge of the circle.|
|2.2||TG Southee to AD Hales, No run, stays on leg stump, creating a touch of room, opens the face against a back-of-a-length delivery but can't beat point.|
|2.1||TG Southee to AD Hales, No run, good length at the stumps, 132kph, defended to midwicket.|
Southee into the attack
Chris: "Everyone can stop worrying about the final being rained off. I know there's a cyclone coming, but it's heading straight through the Cook strait. Any splash that makes it all the way to Auckland will be gone by Tuesday."
|1.6||MJ Santner to JJ Roy, No run, fired into the pitch at 96kph, on a middle and leg line, defended to the on side.|
|1.5||MJ Santner to JJ Roy, No run, fuller, quicker, pushed into the pads and turned to midwicket.|
|1.4||MJ Santner to JJ Roy, BOUNDARY, 4 runs, dropped down a little short and Roy is quickly onto it, rocks back and pulls well in front of square.|
Michael: "I'm baffled by why Roy keeps getting picked... he's used his 'one good innings every 20 digs' chip already... surely Willey would've been a better bet at the top to promote a L/R combo? Then Ben could've slotted between Jos and Sam..." Stokes was never returning today
|1.3||MJ Santner to JJ Roy, BOUNDARY, 4 runs, adventure from Roy, brings out the lofted reverse sweep against a length delivery, gets it over backward point.|
|1.2||MJ Santner to AD Hales, 1 run, nicely bowled, good length at middle and leg, straightens a touch and takes a thick outside edge to backward point.|
|1.1||MJ Santner to JJ Roy, 1 run, tossed up, full and straight, Roy uses his feet then clips along the ground to deep midwicket.|
|1.1||MJ Santner to JJ Roy, WIDE, 1 run, round the wicket, pushed down the leg side.|
Mitchell Santner gets the new ball. Slip in place
|0.6||TA Boult to JJ Roy, 1 run, back of a length, straight, pulled to deep square leg...a handy start for England.|
|0.5||TA Boult to JJ Roy, No run, fuller, pushed across outside off, Roy's feet a little stuck in the crease as he flashes wildly at it, the ball barely carries to the keeper.|
|0.4||TA Boult to JJ Roy, BOUNDARY, 4 runs, short again and this is a superbly controlled stroke, rolls the wrists and pulls it behind square.|
|0.3||TA Boult to JJ Roy, BOUNDARY, 6 runs, they are away, and in style! Short of a length outside off, Roy fetches it and pulls off the front foot over wide mid-on.|
|0.2||TA Boult to JJ Roy, No run, terrific delivery, and well kept out! Goes for the yorker, it swings late in at Roy who just manages to jab it out.|
|0.1||TA Boult to JJ Roy, No run, over the wicket, back of a length on middle, defended towards mid-on.|
Players are in the middle...Trent Boult to start
6.55pm Mal: "I heard that if the Final is washed out, the tournament winner is decided by a best-of-five Rock Paper Scissors contest. Could have misheard."
6.50pm: People are filtering in, expected to be a sellout tonight. Not far away from the get-go in this group decider... Here's Dave Fern : "How will the players keep up with the permutations of what they need to do to win? Will they be given messages from the coaches or will it show on the big screens?" I should think both teams will know the equation at halfway, and they'll just have to remember it; maths may not be the players' strong point, but one number ought not to be beyond them
"How about the average batting score in this ground? Another high scoring match?" Think the run rate in T20Is is above 8.5, Sumit (higher than Eden Park). So that would make 175-180 around par
6.40pm: There are a few clouds around Seddon Park but it looks a pleasant evening in Hamilton. Both teams have two spin options, so it seems like it could turn; Chris Jordan played for Northern Knights here in the Super Smash, so has doubtless been advising England on tactics for the ground.
"@Commentator... If the Final gets abandoned, is there a reserve day? Or Australia will be declared the Winner Automatically??" No reserve day, Mustafa Moudi. I don't know for certain - could be shared, could go on group points - but we may have to find out
"Big Ben in action tonight????" Not yet, Rohit. But he might be carrying a few drinks...
6.30pm: New Zealand win the toss and bowl. "Tried to move on [from the other night]," says Kane Williamson, "another surface, another ground, we need to adapt well." He suggests dew might come into play later, while chasing will probably help if any rain turns up. One change for NZ, Ben Wheeler removed from the firing line, Santner back. England have Eoin Morgan back to lead them, he says he would have bowled, too, though defending a target "might make the permutations easier" when it comes to qualification for the final. James Vince misses out, Tom Curran comes back in for the injured Liam Plunkett, while Liam Dawson is preferred to Mark Wood.
New Zealand 1 Martin Guptill, 2 Colin Munro, 3 Kane Williamson (capt), 4 Ross Taylor, 5 Mark Chapman, 6 Colin de Grandhomme, 7 Tim Seifert (wk), 8 Mitchell Santner, 9 Tim Southee, 10 Ish Sodhi, 11 Trent Boult
England 1 Jason Roy, 2 Alex Hales, 3 Dawid Malan, 4 Eoin Morgan (capt), Jos Buttler (wk), 6 Sam Billings, 7 Liam Dawson, 8 David Willey, 9 Chris Jordan, 10 Adil Rashid, 11 Tom Curran
6.20pm: Should be a sweet day for it in Hamilton. There's more wind and rain in the shape of Cyclone Gita headed for NZ next week - which could affect the tri-series final - but seems pretty clear on the north island right now. Mitchell Santner is warming up, by the way, which is positive news for the hosts.
"You think there's any chance of NZ carrying the shellshock of that last match into this one?" Certainly possible, Brendan, although I should think Kane and the boys are quite capable of putting a bad T20 at the office behind them
"What a day of T20, NZ v ENG will start the day then SL V BAN and the day will be finishing with IND V SA. It is a super Sunday for T20 lovers but unfortunately a working day in Middle East." You know where the minimise tag is, Andrew Miga...
6.10pm Hello everyone and welcome to the deciding match in the group stage of the T20 tri-series. Will it be New Zealand or England who join Australia in the final? The odds say the home side as they can lose and still go through if England's margin of victory isn't big enough - the mathematicians say a win by 20 runs batting first or chasing a target in 17.4 overs batting second (there's a scenario with a six to win it at scores level, but we'll get to that one later).
|MJ Guptill||B DJ Malan||62||68||47||3||4||131.91|
|C Munro||C DJ Willey B AU Rashid||57||29||21||3||7||271.43|
|KS Williamson||B LA Dawson||8||15||13||0||0||61.54|
|MS Chapman||not out||37||47||30||2||2||123.33|
|LRPL Taylor||C EJG Morgan B TK Curran||7||8||6||1||0||116.67|
|C de Grandhomme||not out||7||16||5||1||0||140|