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England (Batting)

    • Batsman
    • R
    • B
    • 4s
    • 6s
    • SR
    • Jason Royb Milne
    • 13
    • 23
    • 2
    • 0
    • 56.52
    • Alex Halesb Milne
    • 56
    • 62
    • 3
    • 2
    • 90.32
    • Joe Rootb Anderson
    • 64
    • 65
    • 4
    • 2
    • 98.46
    • Eoin Morgan (C)c Ronchi b Anderson
    • 13
    • 12
    • 2
    • 0
    • 108.33
    • Ben Stokesc Milne b Boult
    • 48
    • 53
    • 4
    • 2
    • 90.57
    • Jos Buttler (W)not-out
    • 61
    • 48
    • 2
    • 2
    • 127.08
    • Moeen Alic Boult b Anderson
    • 12
    • 11
    • 0
    • 1
    • 109.09
    • Adil Rashidlbw b Santner
    • 12
    • 11
    • 1
    • 0
    • 109.09
    • Liam Plunkettc Southee b Milne
    • 15
    • 10
    • 1
    • 1
    • 150.00
    • Mark Woodc Taylor b Southee
    • 0
    • 1
    • 0
    • 0
    • 0.00
    • Jake Ballc Boult b Southee
    • 0
    • 1
    • 0
    • 0
    • 0.00

Extras: 16 (w 11, nb 0, lb 5, b 0)

Total: 310 (10 wickets; 49.3 Overs)

Fall of Wicket: 1-37(Jason Roy,8ov), 2-118(Alex Hales,21ov), 3-134(Eoin Morgan,24.3ov), 4-188(Joe Root,33.3ov), 5-210(Ben Stokes,37.3ov), 6-230(Moeen Ali,40.3ov), 7-260(Adil Rashid,44ov), 8-309(Liam Plunkett,49ov), 9-310(Mark Wood,49.2ov), 10-310(Jake Ball,49.3ov)

New Zealand (Bowling)

    • Bowlers
    • O
    • M
    • R
    • WK
    • ECO
    • Tim Southee
    • 9.3
    • 44
    • 2
    • 4.63
    • Trent Boult
    • 10
    • 56
    • 1
    • 5.60
    • Adam Milne
    • 10
    • 79
    • 3
    • 7.90
    • Corey Anderson
    • 9
    • 55
    • 3
    • 6.11
    • Mitchell Santner
    • 8
    • 54
    • 1
    • 6.75
    • Jimmy Neesham
    • 3
    • 17
    • 0
    • 5.67

New Zealand (Batting)

    • Batsman
    • R
    • B
    • 4s
    • 6s
    • SR
    • Martin Guptillc Root b Stokes
    • 27
    • 33
    • 4
    • 0
    • 81.82
    • Luke Ronchi (W)b Ball
    • 0
    • 1
    • 0
    • 0
    • 0.00
    • Kane Williamson (C)c Buttler b Wood
    • 87
    • 98
    • 8
    • 0
    • 88.78
    • Ross Taylorc Root b Ball
    • 39
    • 59
    • 3
    • 0
    • 66.10
    • Neil Broomlbw b Rashid
    • 11
    • 21
    • 0
    • 0
    • 52.38
    • Jimmy Neeshamc Hales b Plunkett
    • 18
    • 14
    • 1
    • 1
    • 128.57
    • Corey Andersonc Hales b Plunkett
    • 10
    • 15
    • 1
    • 0
    • 66.67
    • Mitchell Santnerst Buttler b Rashid
    • 3
    • 9
    • 0
    • 0
    • 33.33
    • Adam Milnec Rashid b Plunkett
    • 10
    • 11
    • 1
    • 0
    • 90.91
    • Tim Southeec Roy b Plunkett
    • 2
    • 6
    • 0
    • 0
    • 33.33
    • Trent Boultnot-out
    • 0
    • 0
    • 0
    • 0

Extras: 16 (w 4, nb 0, lb 8, b 4)

Total: 223 (10 wickets; 44.3 Overs)

Fall of Wicket: 1-1(Luke Ronchi,0.4ov), 2-63(Martin Guptill,13.3ov), 3-158(Kane Williamson,30.2ov), 4-168(Ross Taylor,33.4ov), 5-191(Jimmy Neesham,37ov), 6-194(Neil Broom,38ov), 7-205(Mitchell Santner,41.0ov), 8-211(Corey Anderson,42.5ov), 9-223(Adam Milne,44.1ov), 10-223(Tim Southee,44.3ov)

England (Bowling)

    • Bowlers
    • O
    • M
    • R
    • WK
    • ECO
    • Jake Ball
    • 8
    • 31
    • 2
    • 3.88
    • Mark Wood
    • 9
    • 32
    • 1
    • 3.56
    • Liam Plunkett
    • 9.3
    • 55
    • 4
    • 5.79
    • Ben Stokes
    • 8
    • 46
    • 1
    • 5.75
    • Adil Rashid
    • 10
    • 47
    • 2
    • 4.70

Over 45 New Zealand 223/10/Yes

Six games - four one-sided games and two washouts is how the 2017 Champions Trophy has shaped up so far. The tournament hosts qualifying means that three spots are now left up for grabs. South Africa could inch closer to booking their spot tomorrow if they win their clash against Pakistan at Edgbaston. Let's hope we finally have a close game in this tournament. The day-night game starts at 1330 local, 1230 GMT. Do join us for it. Let's hope the weather stays fine as it's been quite poor in that region. Until next time, it's goodbye from us.
New Zealand skipper, Kane Williamson feels that restricting England to 310 wasn't a bad effort although it was a more than a par score eventually. Credits England's bowlers for doing a great job. States that he and Taylor were trying to set a base for the final assault but it didn't pay off. Opines that it was a tough surface for a new batsman to get going. Says that he failed to judge the bounce a bit and so got hit on the helmet. Accepts that his side's fate is now not in their hands due to the washout against Australia. Hopes that his side can win their last game and then the other results can go their way.
England skipper, Eoin Morgan says that they were 15-20 runs short at the halfway stage. Reckons that with the batting line-up they have, 300 was par. Mentions that the partnership between Joe Root and Alex Hales set them the perfect base but they failed to capitalise on it. Informs that they learned from the pitch after batting first. Feels that it was two paced and the variations worked well for his bowlers. Adds that the fact that they bat till 10 helps them a lot as it boosts their confidence. Ends by saying that they still haven't performed upto their full potential but they are delighted to reach the semifinals.
Man of the Match, Jake Ball says that he was just trying to put the ball in the right areas and hoping something to happen. Reckons that in ODI cricket you should be ready to get hit all around the park. Informs that there was a bit of uneven bounce on the wicket which helped them. Ends by saying that they would look to beat the Aussies in the final game and progress forward with another win under the belt.
England's bowlers were brilliant, especially with the new ball where they executed the plans to perfection. Ball was the standout bowler as his opening spell set the tone for the innings. Plunkett helped himself to another 4-fer as he mopped up the tail to complete a thoroughly professional performance. Earlier in the day, Root along with Hales and Buttler got England to a challenging score that proved too much for NZ.
Another one-sided game in this tournament, we're yet to have a close one. Chasing 311 was going to be tough on a two-paced surface but New Zealand did get some momentum through the Williamson-Taylor partnership after the openers didn't make much impact. However, once the NZ skipper departed, the innings capitulated quite meekly with no real fight whatsoever. In the end, they fell way short of the target.
44.3
L Plunkett to Tim Southee, OUT! ENGLAND QUALIFY FOR THE SEMIFINALS! They have lived up to their pre-tournament tag of being favorites. Shortish on off stump, Southee goes for the pull but miscues it high towards deep mid-wicket. Roy in the deep takes the catch with ease. Completes a dominating win for the hosts. They were on top throughout. ENGLAND WIN BY 87 RUNS.
44.2
L Plunkett to Tim Southee, Fuller outside off, drilled firmly towards mid off.
44.1
L Plunkett to A Milne, OUT! ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST! Back of a length around middle, Milne steps out to go big down the ground but skews it towards mid on. Rashid stationed there goes to his left to take a sharp catch. Another scalp for Plunkett, his third and England now just need a wicket to mop up the game.

Over 44 New Zealand 223/8/No

43.6
M Wood to A Milne, 1 run.
43.5
M Wood to Tim Southee, Back of a length outside off, punched off the back foot to the off side.
43.4
M Wood to Tim Southee, Shortish around off, Southee goes for the pull but misses.
43.3
M Wood to A Milne, Full and on the pads, clipped towards the on-side for a run.
43.2
M Wood to Tim Southee, Southee clips it away on the leg side for a single.
43.1
M Wood to Tim Southee, Four Leg byes! Fuller ball on leg stump, Southee misses the flick but enough pace on this and the ball goes off the pads towards the fine leg fence.

Over 43 New Zealand 215/8/No

42.6
L Plunkett to A Milne, FOUR! Length ball outside off, Milne pushes at it but gets an inside edge that just goes past the leg stump. Beats Buttler to his left as well as the ball goes to the fine leg fence.
Tim Southee comes out to bat.
42.5
L Plunkett to C Anderson, OUT! FINAL NAIL ON THE COFFIN FOR NZ! Anderson looks to go big on the leg side but miscues it high towards deep square leg. Hales settles under the skier comfortably to send the Kiwi all-rounder on his way. That should be the game for England. Not that Anderson or NZ were threatening to gun this down in the recent few overs but for the sake of academic interests.
42.4
L Plunkett to A Milne, On a length outside off, dabbed towards point for a single. Shy at the bowler's end misses, wouldn't have mattered anyway.
42.3
L Plunkett to A Milne, Dug in short around off, Milne looks to pull but is hit on the body as the ball rolls to the right of the keeper.
42.2
L Plunkett to C Anderson, Back of a length outside off, steered towards third man for a single.
42.1
L Plunkett to A Milne, Back of a length outside off, steered towards short third man as the batsmen take a single.

Over 42 New Zealand 208/7/No

Liam Plunkett is back.
41.6
A Rashid to C Anderson, Floated around off, gets back and blocks it solidly.
41.5
A Rashid to A Milne, Flighted around middle, Milne pushes with hard hands and gets an inside edge through backward square leg for a single.
41.4
A Rashid to A Milne, Drifting in around middle, Milne gets an inside edge towards the leg side.
41.3
A Rashid to A Milne, Fuller outside off, presses forward and blocks it solidly.
41.2
A Rashid to C Anderson, Floated around middle, gets across and clips it through backward square leg for a single.
41.1
A Rashid to A Milne, DROPPED! Rashid has dropped a simple chance. Tossed up outside off, Milne drives it straight back at the bowler who spills a regulation chance. Palms it towards mid off as the batsmen take a single.
Adam Milne is the new man in.
41.1
A Rashid to M Santner, OUT! ANOTHER ONE FALLS! This a flighted fuller ball around leg stump, Santner steps out to dig it out but misses. Buttler takes it well and whips off the bails comfortably. Santner was well down the track and that's the second scalp for Adil. Good stuff by Buttler as he was blinded by the batsman but did really well. It's a wide but that's okay for stumpings. England romping towards a big win at the moment.

Over 41 New Zealand 204/6/No

40.6
Ben Stokes to M Santner, DOESN'T CARRY! Back of a length around off, Santner looks to flat-bat it down the ground but miscues it towards the deep. Ali covers good ground and lunges forward but the ball falls short of him. The batsmen take a single. Surely there was a second run there.
40.5
Ben Stokes to C Anderson, Length ball on off stump, jammed towards cover for a single.
40.4
Ben Stokes to C Anderson, Slower and short outside off, Anderson thought of a leave but then decides to dab it late. Gets beaten eventually due to the lack of pace.
40.3
Ben Stokes to C Anderson, Speared well wide outside off, Anderson goes for a flashy cut but misses.
40.2
Ben Stokes to C Anderson, Length ball outside off, Anderson goes for the cut but gets a bottom edge on to the track.
40.1
Ben Stokes to C Anderson, FOUR! Slammed! A boundary for Anderson. NZ need plenty of these quickly to have some chance in this chase. Fuller length outside off, Anderson makes room and blasts this past the diving mid off fielder. The ball races to the fence for a boundary.