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Thursday, 22 August 2019

India vs West Indies 1st Test | Day 1 Live Streaming 2019

August 22, 2019 0

India vs West Indies, Ind vs WI 1st Test Live Cricket Score Streaming Online: India are likely to go into their World Test Championship opener with a four-bowler strategy as skipper Virat Kohli has already hinted on the eve of the 1st Test against the West Indies.

India:
1.       Virat Kohli (c),
2.       Mayank Agarwal,
3.       KL Rahul,
4.       Cheteshwar Pujara,
5.       Ajinkya Rahane,
6.       Rohit Sharma,
7.       Rishabh Pant,
8.       R Ashwin,
9.       Ravindra Jadeja,
10.   Mohammad Shami,
11.   Jasprit Bumrah.
West Indies:
1     Jason Holder {c),
2.       Kraigg Brathwaite,
3.       John Campbell,
4.       Shai Hope,
5.       Darren Bravo,
6.       Shimron Hetmeyer,
7.       Roston Chase,
8.       Shane Dowrich (wk),
9.       Rahkeem Cornwall,
10.   Kemar Roach,
11.   Shannon Gabriel.

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Sunday, 14 July 2019

England vs New Zealand ICC World Cup 2019 Final Match Live Streaming

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LONDON: Today England face New Zealand in the ICC World Cup final knowing years of planning come down to a single day at Lord's.
When England team exited the 2015 edition with an embarrassing defeat by Bangladesh (Ban), few were tipping them as potential champions in 4 years' time.


As England team captain Morgan put it, "If you had offered us the position to play in a final the day after we were knocked out of the 2k15 ICC WC, I would have laughed at you."
1 person not laughing was Andrew Strauss, the former England director of cricket.
Strauss set about an overhaul that saw the England team captain appoint Australia's Trevor Bayliss as coach.


















              
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Tuesday, 9 July 2019

Australia vs England Semi Final Live Streaming | ICC World Cup 2019

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BIRMINGHAM: 4 years of planning will be put on the line for England team when they face holders Australia in a blockbuster ICC World Cup semi-final at Edgbaston today.

England's woeful 1st round exit at the 2015 edition prompted a complete rethink of their approach to ODI for a side that had long placed Test success above all other considerations.

Australian coach Trevor Bayliss was drafted in with the aim of guiding their bid for a 1st  WC title.

The transformation has been impressive, with England climbing to number 1 in the One Day International rankings under the astute captaincy of Eoin Morgan.

Their rise to the summit has been based on dynamic run-scoring, with in-form openers Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow leading the way.

But the stakes for hosts ENG. are higher than simply the winning of a match that would see them into a final against NZ Lord´s on Sunday.

Host broadcaster Sky has said it will allow the final to be shown on free-to-air television in Britain — but only if England are involved in the showpiece match.

It would be the first time since 2005 that a major England men's home match had emerged from behind a United Kingdom television paywall, with cricket having a chance to reconnect with a 'lost' audience in its birthplace.

But Morgan urged England to avoid being overawed by the scale of the task confronting them in Birmingham.

"Sometimes I'm guilty of it, you can lose sight of the position you´re in and the fact you´re living your dream," Morgan said on Wednesday.

Australia, however, have never lost any of their seven previous World Cup semi-finals — although they did tie with South Africa at Edgbaston 20 years ago before advancing into the final thanks to their superior net run-rate from the preceding 'Super Six' stage.

England had won 10 of their last 11 ODIs against Australia prior to the World Cup.

But that counted for nothing when Australia landed a psychological blow in the group stage, beating Ashes rivals England by 64 runs at Lord´s last month.

Australia left-arm quicks Jason Behrendorff and Mitchell Starc shared nine wickets between them in a match where Australia captain Aaron Finch made 100 after surviving a testing opening from England´s fast bowlers..















         

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India meet New Zealand in World Cup semi-final

July 09, 2019 0


MANCHESTER: After weeks of close encounters and edge of the seat thrillers, Bharat will take on NZ in the first semi-final of the ICC World Cup at Old Trafford in Manchester today.

So, the contest will be a repeat of the semi-finals of the 2k08 ICC Under-19 WC today ,in which a indian captainVirat Kohli-led India defeated a kane Williamson-captained New Zealand.

India, whose group match against 2k15 runners-up New Zealand (NZ) was washed out, have suffered just 1 defeat at this ICC World Cup so far, against England, and at the ended on top of the ten-team group stage, making them strong favourites to beat the New Zealand.

The Kiwis who were deemed favourites at the start of the tournament kicked off their ICC World Cup campaign on a high, but suffered defeats and only qualified for the semi-finals in 4th  place on the basis of net run-rate. They lost their last 3 games — against Pakistan, holders Australia and England.

For NZ, skipper Keen Williamson has been in fine form, making match-winning hundreds against South Africa (SA) and the West Indies (WI).

But the rest of the top order have had a largely forgettable ICC World Cup, with the Black Caps losing Thirteen wickets in the powerplay at just 23.38 each — the worst record in the competition.

Kane Williamson's 481 tournament runs represent nearly 29 % of New Zealand's (NZ) total at this ICC World Cup.

On the other hand, India’s success at this ICC World Cup has been built on the heavy scoring of a Rohit Sharma-led batting top order.

Rohit Sharma became the 1st  batsman to score 5 centuries in a single ICC World Cup when he made 103 in a 7-wicket win over Sri Lanka (SL) at Headingley.

Indian skipper Virat Kohli is also renowned for relishing the big occasion.
The match between India and New Zealand will start at 2:30pm Pakistan Standard Time.
Squads:
India:
1. Virat Kohli (c),
2. Jasprit Bumrah,
3. Yuzvendra Chahal,
4. MS Dhoni (wk),
5. Ravindra Jadeja,
6. Kedar Jadhav,
7. Dinesh Karthik,
8. Hardik Pandya,
9. Rishabh Pant,
10. KL Rahul,
11. Mohammed Shami,
12. Mayank Agarwal,
13. Rohit Sharma,
14. Kuldeep Yadav

New Zealand:
1. Kane Williamson (c),
2. Ross Taylor,
3. Tom Latham (wk),
4. Tom Blundell (wk),
5. Mitchell Santner,
6. Colin de Grandhomme,
7. Lockie Ferguson,
8. Tim Southee,
9. Trent Boult,
10. Colin Munro,
11. Ish Sodhi,
12. Henry Nicholls,
13. Martin Guptill,
14. Matt Henry,
15. Jimmy Neesham
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Friday, 5 July 2019

Pakistan vs Bangladesh Live Streaming Today | ICC WC 2019

July 05, 2019 1

LONDON: Today With just a tiny hope of making it to the next remaining, Pak take on Bangladesh in their last group game of the ICC World Cup at Lord's. 
For Pakistan a last-ditch attempt to make it to the final 4, Pakistan will try to do the impossible when they face the Bangal Tigers at the home of cricket. 


Sitting on the 5th spot on the points table, Pakistan have 9 points and a net run rate (NRR) of Pakistan is   -0.792.  For Pakistan to reach the top-four, they need to displace New Zealand who are currently on the fourth spot with eleven points and a +ve net run rate of +0.175 and defeat Bangladesh by a massive margin of three hundred and sixteen (316) runs after winning the toss and batting first. 
On the off chance that they score three hundred and eight 308 runs and dismiss Bangladesh for 0, they will find themselves in the final 4
If Pakistan scores 350 and win by 312 runs or if they score 400 and win by 316 runs, they qualify for the semi-finals. In case if they score under 308, they won't be able to qualify.
Similarly, Pakistan can't qualify for the semi-finals in the case they bat 2nd as they would need to upgrade the objective run rate in under zero deliveries which is mathematically impossible.
On the other hand, Bangladesh who sit on the 7th are out of the World Cup 2019 with just pride left to play for. 











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Thursday, 4 July 2019

World Cup 2019: Pakistan vs Bangladesh match preview

July 04, 2019 0


LONDON: Today With just a tiny hope of making it to the next remaining, Pak take on Bangladesh in their last group game of the ICC World Cup at Lord's. 

For Pakistan a last-ditch attempt to make it to the final 4, Pakistan will try to do the impossible when they face the Bangal Tigers at the home of cricket. 
Sitting on the 5th spot on the points table, Pakistan have 9 points and a net run rate (NRR) of Pakistan is   -0.792.  For Pakistan to reach the top-four, they need to displace New Zealand who are currently on the fourth spot with eleven points and a +ve net run rate of +0.175 and defeat Bangladesh by a massive margin of three hundred and sixteen (316) runs after winning the toss and batting first. 
On the off chance that they score three hundred and eight 308 runs and dismiss Bangladesh for 0, they will find themselves in the final 4
If Pakistan scores 350 and win by 312 runs or if they score 400 and win by 316 runs, they qualify for the semi-finals. In case if they score under 308, they won't be able to qualify.
Similarly, Pakistan can't qualify for the semi-finals in the case they bat 2nd as they would need to upgrade the objective run rate in under zero deliveries which is mathematically impossible.

On the other hand, Bangladesh who sit on the 7th are out of the World Cup 2019 with just pride left to play for. 
Weather conditions in London 
According to the forecast, the weather is expected to be partly cloudy, with very few chances of rain.
Pakistan-Bangladesh ODI stats
Head to head matches: 36
Pakistan won: 31
Bangladesh won: 5
Highest total: 385/7 (50 overs) by Pakistan in 2010
Lowest total: 87/10 (34.2 overs) by Bangladesh in 2000
Most runs: 893 runs in 16 innings by Muhammad Yousuf (Pakistan)
Most wickets: 32 wickets in 21 innings by Shahid Afridi (Pakistan)
Squads 
Pakistan: 
1.     Shoaib Malik,
2.     Mohammad Hafeez,
3.     Sarfaraz Ahmed (c & wk),
4.     Wahab Riaz,
5.     Mohammad Amir,
6.     Haris Sohail,
7.     Babar Azam,
8.     Imam-ul-Haq,
9.     Asif Ali,
10. Imad Wasim,
11. Fakhar Zaman,
12. Shadab Khan,
13. Hasan Ali,
14. Shaheen Afridi,
15. Mohammad Hasnain
Bangladesh: 
1.     Mashrafe Mortaza (c),
2.     Tamim Iqbal,
3.     Liton Das,
4.     Soumya Sarkar,
5.     Mushfiqur Rahim (wk),
6.     Mahmudullah Riyad,
7.     Shakib Al Hasan,
8.     Mohammad Mithun,
9.     Sabbir Rahman,
10. Mosaddek Hossain,
11. Mohammad Saifuddin,
12. Mehidy Hasan,
13. Rubel Hossain,
14. Mustafizur Rahman,
15. Abu Jayed


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Tuesday, 2 July 2019

Ten Sports Live - India vs Bangladesh Live Streaming | ICC World Cup 2019 Live Match.

July 02, 2019 0

BIRMINGHAM: Today Bangladesh face India in their ICC World Cup clash at Edgbaston in Birmingham. 
The only unbeaten side in the ICC World Cup, India lost its 1st match of the WC 2019 to hosts England on Sunday. India now sit on the 2nd spot on the points table with 5 wins out of 7 with their game against New Zealand being washed out.


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