Match Over - Australia won by 64 runs + Match Details

Match Details

  • Toss: England, who chose to bat
  • Venue: Lord's, London
  • Referee: RS Madugalle
  • When: 25 Jun 2019, 11:30 SAST
  • Winner: Australia
  • Man of the Match: AJ Finch

Umpires

  • Umpire1: S Ravi
  • Umpire2: CB Gaffaney
  • Third Umpire: HDPK Dharmasena

221/10

 

Overs: 44.4 / 50.0

England

285/7

 

Overs: 50.0 / 50.0

Australia

6.30pm Right, that's your lot for today. And to think last week, we were worried about the top four being locked out before the end of the round robin ... trust England to keep the group stages lively with their habitual chaos. It was like this in 2011 and 2015 too ... but they remain a vastly better team now than in either of those campaigns, in spite of appearances today. As for Australia, well, the defending champions have just flexed their muscles to supreme effect.

Sunday at Edgbaston, England v India. It can't come quickly enough! From Andrew Miller, Alex Malcolm and Chandan Duorah, good night

6.21pm So, a final word on the points table. Australia's qualification is secure because they have already won six games - even if others equal their points, they will have more wins which is the first criteria ahead of NRR.

Lakshman Kumar: "Australia showing how dominant they are when it comes to WC..! England as usual crashing out before the Semis..! South Africa's WC woes continue..! NZ and India's habit of making it to the Semis is on course..! Pakistan's usual dark horse performances are intact..! So after all the hype, normal service has been restored..!! "

As for England, well, it is now looking like fourth or bust ... 12 points is the most that they can now get ... and it would take some freak results for India, New Zealand and Australia not to get more than that. But as Morgan says, their destiny is in their own hands. Beat India and New Zealand, they are through. Beat one of them, and they still have hope. It's not ideal ... but they have two games to reach the semi-finals. They are... err ... through to the Last 16 of a ten-team World Cup ...

6.19pm Australia in World Cup while defending 275+ targets ... played 25, won 25... Fetch that and bowl me another!

6.13pm Time for some presentations. Here's Eoin Morgan: "I thought a lot of today we were outplayed, Australia played and missed a lot and built a good partnership, and us losing early wickets wasn't ideal. The wicket was soft when we started, batting would have been a horrific decision. They dominated until the 25th but to restrict them to 280 was a good effort. But to be 20 for 3 pegs us bad considerably. Given the circumstances it's not hugely disappointed, our fate is in our own hands. Everything we need to turn around is quite simple, the basics have let us down, and hopefully we will improve on them moving forward."

Finch on qualification: "That's the first part ticked off, which is a really nice feeling. I think England are a stand-out side who can take you apart with ball and bat quite quickly. It was nice that we found ways to keep getting wickets."

"Behrendorff bowled beautifully, we've you've got a guy who can swing the ball back down the line to the right handers, that's an asset. And Warner is playing nicely, people say it's not the Warner of old, but there's bowling that demands respect, and today was close to his best. You're looking to be positive, but he got us off to a good start. We're confident with what we've got, and we've won five World Cups in our history."

6.10pm Bharath Seervi has dug out the instances of nine wickets being shared by opening bowlers in a WC game. It's a rare feat, more usually achieved against, err, lesser teams

Jon: "Why was Finch given MoM when Behrendorff got a five for? I think Behrendorff earned it more than Finch" He stuck it out in massively tricky conditions this morning. A close call, but justifiable even in this batsman's game.

WATCH on Hotstar (India only): Ben Stokes played a lone hand for England

Player of the Match is Aaron Finch. "I didn't play too badly, it's nice to get a hundred in a win. To get sent in on a wicket that was seaming around ... Woakesy bowled a hell of a spell. There's teams that you have a bit more confidence when you walk out and play. It was nipping around and seaming but we played well to rein it in, and cash in on width."

Dawood: "This is what overconfidence can bring. Eng were a bit too easy while chasing against SL and all of a sudden they are under a lot of pressure. "

6.02pm Wow. Behrendorff, five wickets. Starc, four wickets. Left-arm quicks, 9 for 87 all told! England have been yorker-ised in the World Cup Ashes showdown, and now their campaign really is on the ropes!

Well, Jarrod Kimber called it before the match. There's a World Cup pedigree that Australia can tap into, one that England can only gaze upon longingly. Despite a gutsy 89 from Ben Stokes - one that was ended by the ball of the tournament so far - they never came close to challenging their target.

Rohit Raman: "Please explain how could Australia qualify as broadcaster showing as 5 teams can reach 12 or more points?? " It might have something to do with England and India playing each other. One or both is going to drop points.

44.4MA Starc to AU Rashid, OUT, No run, opens the face again, and it's all over! A spooned drive to short cover, and Australia have wrapped up a 64-run victory and a place in the World Cup semi-finals!.
44.3MA Starc to AU Rashid, No run, slower ball, hops over the stumps as Rashid gets in a tangle.
44.2MA Starc to AU Rashid, BOUNDARY, 4 runs, back-to-back boundaries, the patient has a pulse! Rashid has been working on this stroke, an open-faced wristy steer from deep in the crease, through the covers.
44.1MA Starc to AU Rashid, BOUNDARY, 4 runs, round the wicket, banged in short, a violent swipe and a top-edge over the keeper! It's something ....
End of over 44. 3 runs this over. 213/9 after 264 balls.
MA Wood 1 (2b 0x4 0x6 ) JP Behrendorff 10-0-44-5
AU Rashid 17 (16b 1x4 1x6 ) more

Kev : "As an England fan regarding our world cup hopes, to quote Kent Brockmann, would you say it's time to start cracking open each others heads & feast on the goo inside?"

Crack on! Spoons for everyone!

End of over 43. 3 runs this over. 210/8 after 258 balls.
AU Rashid 16 (14b 1x4 1x6 ) MA Starc 8-1-35-3
JC Archer 1 (2b 0x4 0x6 ) more

Moin: "Wonder if Morgan will ask fans not to boo the English team " Ha! Nope, it's up to them, he said ...

End of over 42. 7 runs this over. 207/8 after 252 balls.
JC Archer 0 (1b 0x4 0x6 ) JP Behrendorff 9-0-42-4
AU Rashid 14 (9b 1x4 1x6 ) more

Raj: "How come Behrendoff was excluded from the team until now?" It's a good question. Nathan Coulter Nile isn't a patch on his threat with the ball

Athul: "So... England and South Africa just swapped their roles in world cups." Haven't they just! Extraordinary scenes

End of over 41. 9 runs this over. 200/7 after 246 balls.
AU Rashid 8 (6b 0x4 1x6 ) NM Lyon 9-0-43-0
CR Woakes 25 (32b 2x4 0x6 ) more

Arsalan: "Andrew: Keep saying things like "Big over this", "Key over". Will endear you to AUS, PAK, BAN, SL fans as these comments immediately lead to wickets. You may deny it, but you have the power!" That's because I can sense the big moments coming ... I just call it as I see it!

If England are to give themselves a hope, this over must go ...

End of over 40. 7 runs this over. 191/7 after 240 balls.
AU Rashid 1 (2b 0x4 0x6 ) JP Behrendorff 8-0-35-3
CR Woakes 23 (30b 2x4 0x6 ) more

Shabaz: "That might have been the last we've seen of Moeen Ali this World Cup" He's not been entirely at the races. Too many key performers have fallen below their usual standards, to be fair

Naved Javed: "The winner of the CWC 2019 is the one who can handle pressure situation well and i think Australia and India are the teams that play very good in presure matches."

This feels like a key over...

End of over 39. 1 runs this over. 184/6 after 234 balls.
MM Ali 2 (7b 0x4 0x6 ) MA Starc 7-1-32-3
CR Woakes 21 (28b 2x4 0x6 ) more

Prasanth: "Who will pak fans support in India's matches against BD and Eng?" Tricky one isn't it? India for both, you'd have to imagine! Like Liverpool wanting United to do a number on City last season

Salman : "Thank you for the entertainment england, you will be missed.. Is it too early to say that?" Yes ... but ask again next week!

Pranay: "Not a big fan of kicking the bat around. " It's his bat ... I guess he'll deal with the dents

Roshy: "@nabeel, i think Aus are very much blessed to keep their nerve in this wc. No side had matches that gave them an anuerism every ball. They had 4 swinging games, here is the 5th!" It's true. Apart from their stiff fightback against West Indies, they've controlled each of their wins.

End of over 38. 5 runs this over. 182/6 after 227 balls.
MM Ali 2 (3b 0x4 0x6 ) PJ Cummins 8-1-41-0
CR Woakes 20 (25b 2x4 0x6 ) more

Amer Ali: "England never looked in control whole day. They don't deserve to be in knockouts if they succumb to pressure at this stage" It's true, but they are still in the top four for now, come what may. It remains in their hands, and if they screw up, so be it!

Manu Ajmani: "Real test of character for Stokes, if he can take the game to the last over.....OHH WAIT, HOLD ON, NEVERMIND, Starc lives on a different planet, he is not reading my comments. " Something like that!

abrar_2202: "Talking about Australians under pressure in a cruch situation, I can only remember Ponting bitting his nails during BD's famous win of 2005 Natwest Trophy. It seems so fresh still!!"

Pashin: "Good one Andrew. The game has turned but now for sure in Australia's way in a few balls" Well quite. I figured it was a two-way street!

End of over 37. 4 runs this over. 177/6 after 222 balls.
BA Stokes 89 (115b 8x4 2x6 ) MA Starc 6-1-31-3
CR Woakes 18 (23b 2x4 0x6 ) more

Aj : "Is Moeen going to redeem himself for the ashes? " England will hope his redemption starts right now! Here he comes to join the steadfast Woakes. He's been away with the fairies with the bat of late. But he hits a long ball when the mood takes him. Can it be his day?

England are definitely beginning to pick up the tempo now. The game could turn in the next few overs balls!

Nabeel Rasheed: "Why Australia aren't under pressure every single time there is a crunchy game? Even if a game not going in their way, they never panic? Are they even human?" Yep, they very much are ..

End of over 36. 13 runs this over. 173/5 after 216 balls.
CR Woakes 15 (20b 2x4 0x6 ) PJ Cummins 7-1-36-0
BA Stokes 88 (112b 8x4 2x6 ) more

Nisar: "For England the plan should be that, other batters should not throw there wickets away and Stokes should farm most of strike. For Australia though wicket of Stokes and berth of semi-finals booked." Something like that. Woakes is a very able sidekick for such a situation

WATCH on Hotstar (India only): David Warner hit another half-century earlier today

End of over 35. 4 runs this over. 160/5 after 210 balls.
CR Woakes 11 (19b 1x4 0x6 ) NM Lyon 8-0-34-0
BA Stokes 79 (107b 6x4 2x6 ) more

Himanshu : "England where is Alex Hales ??? They should have picked him....proper replacement for Jason Roy " Hmmm ... you haven't been paying attention have you. The silly boy could have been the hero his country needed this month!

End of over 34. 9 runs this over. 156/5 after 204 balls.
BA Stokes 77 (105b 6x4 2x6 ) PJ Cummins 6-1-23-0
CR Woakes 9 (15b 1x4 0x6 ) more

Andrew Miller will take you to the finish.

End of over 33. 2 runs this over. 147/5 after 198 balls.
BA Stokes 73 (102b 5x4 2x6 ) NM Lyon 7-0-30-0
CR Woakes 4 (12b 0x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 32. 4 runs this over. 145/5 after 192 balls.
CR Woakes 3 (11b 0x4 0x6 ) MP Stoinis 7-0-29-1
BA Stokes 72 (97b 5x4 2x6 ) more

Hasnain: "Well, nobody has noticed how good Stokes has played in the last 2 games! He's keeping England alive!"

End of over 31. 12 runs this over. 141/5 after 186 balls.
BA Stokes 70 (95b 5x4 2x6 ) GJ Maxwell 2-0-15-0
CR Woakes 1 (7b 0x4 0x6 ) more

Drinks Ben Stokes is fighting again trying to keep England afloat. They're still in this given Moeen Ali is still to come. But Aaron Finch is rushing through overs from his 5th bowler at the moment. Stokes is getting more treatment on his calves.

End of over 30. 1 runs this over. 129/5 after 180 balls.
CR Woakes 1 (7b 0x4 0x6 ) MP Stoinis 6-0-25-1
BA Stokes 58 (89b 5x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 29. 3 runs this over. 128/5 after 174 balls.
BA Stokes 57 (85b 5x4 0x6 ) GJ Maxwell 1-0-3-0
CR Woakes 1 (5b 0x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 28. 3 runs this over. 125/5 after 167 balls.
BA Stokes 55 (83b 5x4 0x6 ) MP Stoinis 5-0-24-1
CR Woakes 0 (0b 0x4 0x6 ) more

Stephen: "Did Stoinis overstep?" Haven't seen a replay yet.

Forecaster has just fallen from 31.49 to 14.23

End of over 27. 5 runs this over. 122/4 after 162 balls.
BA Stokes 53 (79b 5x4 0x6 ) NM Lyon 6-0-28-0
JC Buttler 25 (26b 2x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 26. 8 runs this over. 117/4 after 156 balls.
JC Buttler 22 (22b 2x4 0x6 ) MP Stoinis 4-0-21-0
BA Stokes 51 (77b 5x4 0x6 ) more

The physio comes out. Stokes has the pads off and the physio is massaging his calves. He must be cramping. He has been sweating profusely. It is very humid today.

End of over 25. 4 runs this over. 109/4 after 150 balls.
BA Stokes 49 (74b 5x4 0x6 ) NM Lyon 5-0-23-0
JC Buttler 16 (19b 1x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 24. 3 runs this over. 105/4 after 144 balls.
JC Buttler 16 (19b 1x4 0x6 ) MP Stoinis 3-0-13-0
BA Stokes 45 (68b 4x4 0x6 ) more

Stokes is sore. He's had the physio out and was stretching his calf

50 partnership is up for this pair

End of over 23. 5 runs this over. 102/4 after 138 balls.
JC Buttler 16 (17b 1x4 0x6 ) NM Lyon 4-0-19-0
BA Stokes 43 (64b 4x4 0x6 ) more

Nisar Ahmad: "Terrible review from Australia. They are getting nervous by a little partnership."

End of over 22. 4 runs this over. 97/4 after 132 balls.
BA Stokes 38 (59b 3x4 0x6 ) MP Stoinis 2-0-11-0
JC Buttler 16 (16b 1x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 21. 2 runs this over. 93/4 after 126 balls.
BA Stokes 36 (56b 3x4 0x6 ) PJ Cummins 5-1-14-0
JC Buttler 15 (13b 1x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 20. 8 runs this over. 91/4 after 120 balls.
JC Buttler 14 (12b 1x4 0x6 ) MP Stoinis 1-0-8-0
BA Stokes 35 (51b 3x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 19. 4 runs this over. 83/4 after 114 balls.
BA Stokes 30 (48b 2x4 0x6 ) PJ Cummins 4-1-12-0
JC Buttler 11 (9b 1x4 0x6 ) more

Static: "@thinker maths takes a hit in your thinking... even if they go 5 an over till 40..they will have to chase more than 100 in the last 10" Taking it deep is still the play.

End of over 18. 7 runs this over. 79/4 after 108 balls.
BA Stokes 26 (42b 1x4 0x6 ) MA Starc 5-1-27-2
JC Buttler 11 (9b 1x4 0x6 ) more

Kev : "Is it too early to call for a shock return for KP (said only slightly tongue in cheek)" Got to get him off the golf course first.

End of over 17. 7 runs this over. 72/4 after 102 balls.
BA Stokes 20 (37b 1x4 0x6 ) NM Lyon 3-0-14-0
JC Buttler 10 (8b 1x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 16. 8 runs this over. 65/4 after 96 balls.
JC Buttler 10 (7b 1x4 0x6 ) MA Starc 4-1-20-2
BA Stokes 14 (32b 1x4 0x6 ) more

@Kamani: "Finch gotta be the best Captain of the tournament. After him is Williamson. Finch knows how to use his bowlers especially when he wants a wicket. I'm I wrong Alex? He is excellent Kamani

ESPNCricinfo forecaster has England's chances at 15%

End of over 15. 3 runs this over. 57/4 after 90 balls.
JC Buttler 3 (4b 0x4 0x6 ) NM Lyon 2-0-8-0
BA Stokes 13 (29b 1x4 0x6 ) more

WATCH - Australia stun England with three early wickets (UK, AUS, SEA only

End of over 14. 2 runs this over. 54/4 after 84 balls.
JC Buttler 1 (1b 0x4 0x6 ) JP Behrendorff 7-0-28-2
BA Stokes 12 (26b 1x4 0x6 ) more

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Well, well ... England just haven't got their game brains on at the moment ... take it deep, bat the 50 overs ... there's time enough to turn this around, as they themselves showed with tbe ball. But not if they run out of wickets in the first 20! It's drinks. Here's Alex Malcolm for the mid-innings grind ...

Highlights on Hotstar (India only): How Australia lost their wickets

Sriram: "London humid ? Stokes should come on down to chennai then he'll know. " He's been to Kolkata, he knows about humid

Abhijato: "Garry's pretty Nice, reckons the Crystal Ball ..." Oh here we go ... Abhijato's back with his cryptic horoscope-lite utterances!

End of over 13. 5 runs this over. 52/3 after 78 balls.
JM Bairstow 27 (36b 5x4 0x6 ) NM Lyon 1-0-5-0
BA Stokes 11 (24b 1x4 0x6 ) more

A quick towelling-down for the sweaty Stokes. It's a humid day in London

Sachin: "With Buttler, Ali and Woakes to come, If these two play down 20 odd overs with decent run rate (which is possible with Aussie 4/5 bowlers), England will find themselves on right side of the result for sure." It's true. The stakes are high, but they haven't suddenly become a bad team...

End of over 12. 4 runs this over. 47/3 after 72 balls.
BA Stokes 7 (20b 1x4 0x6 ) PJ Cummins 3-1-8-0
JM Bairstow 26 (34b 5x4 0x6 ) more

Gaurav: Forecaster has England's chances at 25% at the end of the first Powerplay. Historically, teams have gone on to successfully chase down such targets only 14% of times from these situations, but England's strong and deep batting order give their chances an additional 10% chance

Venky: "The support for Aussies is immense today. Pakistan, Srilanka and Bangladesh needs England to lose so that they can grab that 4th spot. But also the Kiwis and Indian fans are rooting for Aussies today, so that they can get an easier route to the final if they finish first in the table. Such an important game" Indeed. No question the top three would be delighted to get England out of the equation before the semis, even if a resurgent erratic Pakistan were to take their place!

End of over 11. 4 runs this over. 43/3 after 66 balls.
BA Stokes 4 (15b 1x4 0x6 ) JP Behrendorff 6-0-26-1
JM Bairstow 25 (33b 5x4 0x6 ) more

Sohaib : "11 overs completed and England have managed a grand total of.... 3 singles " Interesting. Root's early departure is critical in that respect

Mark H: "Loving the doomsayers! Surely we all know cricket well enough to know that there are 40 overs to go and it is not a huge total." What's cricket-watching without DOOOMM!

End of over 10. 4 runs this over. 39/3 after 60 balls.
JM Bairstow 25 (33b 5x4 0x6 ) PJ Cummins 2-1-4-0
BA Stokes 0 (9b 0x4 0x6 ) more

Prasoon Jain: "England just 7 wkts away from losing number 1 ranking!" I suspect there are bigger fish to fry in the coming fortnight ...

Umar shafi: "Good thing roy was injured! Satisfied pakistani :))" His loss has been incalculable

End of over 9. 5 runs this over. 35/3 after 54 balls.
BA Stokes 0 (9b 0x4 0x6 ) JP Behrendorff 5-0-22-1
JM Bairstow 21 (27b 4x4 0x6 ) more

Forecaster is currently saying England are 22%. Crumbs ...

End of over 8.  A maiden over! 30/3 after 48 balls.
BA Stokes 0 (7b 0x4 0x6 ) PJ Cummins 1-1-0-0
JM Bairstow 16 (23b 3x4 0x6 ) more

Brijesh Nain: "What is this love with bowling first? Kohli said it. Enough precedents in this world cup and previous such events. Yet captains and teams keep falling for it. It's all about pressure folks. Pitch and weather matters but not as much as the pressure." It's a fair point ... though had England been 26 for 3 this morning the game might be over now!

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Karim Zindani: "Bairstow needs to play a match winning innings here. He has it in him. Although the inner Pakistani fan in me wants England to crash. Dream is still alive!"

Vishnu: "It's official. It will be India vs Australia in finals, provided they don't meet in semis. I can't see it going any other way... " Don't forget, this match isn't a must-win for Australia, though it's clearly a massive chance to do in a big rival. The stakes will be even higher for them in the knock-outs

End of over 7. 4 runs this over. 30/3 after 42 balls.
JM Bairstow 16 (23b 3x4 0x6 ) JP Behrendorff 4-0-17-1
BA Stokes 0 (1b 0x4 0x6 ) more

Sajin: "And, the umpires are also the same in the CT17 game! Pretty similar situation. " Oooh ... it's on...

Arthur: "Well well well... Aus on fire.. this shows how good were both the openers for Aus.. Finch and Warner, though luck played it's part, has done really well.. NZ and Ind , keep watch for this resurgent Aus team.."

Aj : "There's the England we all know and love, if this weren't against Aus I'd be enjoying this thoroughly " Well quite ...

End of over 6. 5 runs this over. 26/3 after 36 balls.
BA Stokes 0 (1b 0x4 0x6 ) MA Starc 3-1-12-2
JM Bairstow 12 (17b 2x4 0x6 ) more

Talking of which, Gaurav has spotted a precedent: "The champions trophy in 2017 was pretty similar - Chasing 277, England were 35 for 3 and cruised through the chase"

Tom: "The Australian players enjoyed that shot by Morgan as much as the crowd " Charging the quicks at 15 for 2... what's not to like?

KP: "Arjun Tendulkar bowling left arm angle in nets hasn't worked for England." Hmm ... no, not entirely!

End of over 5. 6 runs this over. 21/2 after 29 balls.
EJG Morgan 4 (5b 1x4 0x6 ) JP Behrendorff 3-0-13-1
JM Bairstow 7 (13b 1x4 0x6 ) more

Supradeep: "England need their trouble shooting captain to step up now more than ever. This is looking bleak for them. 4 years of preparation and revamp all at stake! High pressure. " Ain't that the truth. This isn't a 17 sixes sort of a day either. ...

End of over 4.  A maiden over! 15/2 after 24 balls.
EJG Morgan 0 (3b 0x4 0x6 ) MA Starc 2-1-7-1
JM Bairstow 7 (10b 1x4 0x6 ) more

Arzoo : "I can see England is going down here easily. With games against India and NZL coming I don't see them going to semis! SL/ Bangladesh have a good chance to sneak in and go to semis ahead of England." If England can't beat these teams, they don't deserve to... but don't rule them out just yet ...

Two left-handers, causing havoc among the right-handers. Here's a leftie in response ... Eoin Morgan has a very big role to play ...

End of over 3. 4 runs this over. 15/1 after 18 balls.
JM Bairstow 7 (10b 1x4 0x6 ) JP Behrendorff 2-0-8-1
JE Root 8 (6b 2x4 0x6 ) more

Agam Goyal: "England is one of the most "1 Dimensional" batting line up amongst all the top teams. Go there and hit. That its! Probably, they need more "3D" (read Vijay Shankar) players ;)" What do you mean, they are dripping in allrounders

Supradeep: "What?!! Plinked? Is that even proper vocabulary? What do you eat for breakfast? Dictionaries?" Alphabetti Spaghetti, since you ask ...

Rummy: "As a batsman, a well executed fine leg glance would probably be the most satisfying shot to have been played. " I can never lay bat on anything on my legs. I am forever envious of those who can

End of over 2. 7 runs this over. 11/1 after 12 balls.
JE Root 8 (6b 2x4 0x6 ) MA Starc 1-0-7-0
JM Bairstow 3 (4b 0x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 1. 4 runs this over. 4/1 after 6 balls.
JE Root 4 (4b 1x4 0x6 ) JP Behrendorff 1-0-4-1
JM Bairstow 0 (0b 0x4 0x6 ) more

Mili Poddar: "Vince has just shown why you should take the middle stump guard against left armers. Chin up lad there wasn't much more you could do" He could have taken a look ...

BattingRMB4S6SSR
JM VinceB JP Behrendorff02200-
JM BairstowC PJ Cummins B JP Behrendorff2768395069.23
JE RootLBW MA Starc81692088.89
EJG MorganC PJ Cummins B MA Starc41371057.14
BA StokesB MA Starc891381158277.39
JC ButtlerC UT Khawaja B MP Stoinis2560272092.59
CR WoakesC AJ Finch B JP Behrendorff2664342076.47
MM AliC AT Carey B JP Behrendorff61491066.67
AU RashidC MP Stoinis B MA Starc25242031125
JC ArcherC DA Warner B JP Behrendorff11040025
MA Woodnot out 1620050
Total 221/10
BowlingOMRWECON
JP Behrendorff10.004454.4
MA Starc8.414344.96
PJ Cummins8.014105.13
NM Lyon9.004304.78
MP Stoinis7.002914.14
GJ Maxwell2.001507.5