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Overs 48: Australia 359/5
Mustafizur Rahman's brilliant, a shutter and five singles.

Overs 47.1: OUT! Mustafizur Rahman attacks to dismiss Steve Smith (1). Australia 354/5
Australia went for a review but the ball was hitting the middle and outside Smith stumps. They missed the review and the scout. Quick Wickets prevented his final assault for sure.

Overs 46.5: OUT! The third wicket for Soumya Sarkar, Usman Khawaja, was for 89. Australia 353/4
Sarkar has been involved in the entire Australian resignation so far – three wickets for him and one exhaustion. The part-timer is the most successful player in Bangladesh today. Khawaja failed to reach a well-deserved one hundred and went on to 89 with 72 balls, which included 10 fours.

Overs 46.2: OFF! Glenn Maxwell runs out to 32 (out of 10 balls). Australia 352/3
Maxwell hit three six and two fours during his 10-ball cameo.

Overs 46: Australia 346/2
25 runs! 1NB, 6, 4, 6, 0, 3, 4 –
Maxwell and Khawaja closed 25 rounds of Rubel Hossain at the end.

More than 45.3: 6, 4, 6 – Glenn Maxwell (23 * out 6 balls) leaves all the guns on fire, smells Rubel Hossain for two six and a four in consecutive balls.
Australia 339/2

Overs 44.2: OFF! Soumya Sarkar gets rid of David Warner (166). Australia 313/2
Massive Wicket. Sarkar returned to the attack and gave Bangladesh a breakthrough. Second shutter for Sarkar. Warner was in his element today and looked good for a double century. Warner hit five six-and-four fours during his majestic 147-ball hit.

Overs 44: Australia 309/1
13 runs!
David Warner (162 *) hit four consecutive times against Rubel Hossain.

300 arrives in Australia at 43.3 overs – 302/1. David Warner 155 * and Usman Khawaja 83 *

Overs 43: Australia 296/1
14 runs!
Big overs spilling to the Australians. David Warner (151 *) and Usman Khawaja (82 *) hit six and four respectively at Mashrafe Mortaza.

150 for David Warner of 139 balls. Australia 290/1 at 42.3 overs

Overs 42: Australia 282/1
19 races! 4, 4, 2, 4, 4, 1
– Usman Khawaja (76 *) beat Mustafizur Rahman by four goals at the end of the match and scored 19 goals.

Partnership of 150 rounds between David Warner (143 *) and Usman Khawaja (65 *). Australia 271/1 at 41.2 overs

Overs 41: Australia 263/1
13 runs!
David Warner (143 *) broke a four and six out Shakib Al Hasan in the end. The stage is for Australia to launch its final attack.

250 arrives for Australia in 40 overs. David Warner 133 * and Usman Khawaja 54 *

Overs 39.1: six! David Warner (129 *) beats Rubel Hussain for six in a row.
Australia 244/1

Warner looks in the mood for a great score.

Overs 39: 237/1
Seven races finished with Mustafizur Rahman, including a four-hit David Warner (123 *)

Fifty for Usman Khawaja out of 50 balls, his 11th in ODIs.
Australia 229/1 at 37.5 overs

Khawaja has reached four limits to reach the mark.

Overs 36: Australia 212/1. Time for another drink break

Overs 35: Australia 208/1
11 runs!
David Warner and Usman Khawaja beat four of each Mashrafe Mortaza in the end.

200 comes to Australia at 34.3 overs – 202/1. David Warner 107 * and Usman Khawaja 35 *

One hundred and ten for David Warner of 110 balls, his 16th in ODIs. Australia 187/1 at 32.2 overs
Warner hit two six and seven fours to reach the milestone. Australia's opening continued its rich form to mark its second century of the tournament. Four batters to hit two tons so far after Rohit Sharma, Shakib Al Hasan and Joe Root.

A fifty-year partnership between David Warner (90 *) and Usman Khawaja (21 *). Australia 171/1 in 30.3 overs

Overs 29: Australia 165/1
12 runs!
Great end for Australians. David Warner (87 *) hit two fours in Soumya Sarkar.

150 reaches Australia in 27.2 overs – 150/1. David Warner 76 * and Usman Khawaja 14 *

The scoring rate dropped a bit after the resignation of Aaron Finch.

Overs 25: Australia 139/1 on the way. David Warner 69 * and Usman Khawaja 10 *

Overs 23: Australia 125/1
Soumya Sarkar came with a tidy, two runs, including one leg bye.

Overs 22: Australia 123/1
Cleanest of Mehidy Hasan, suffered only two singles.

Overs 20.5: OUT! Soumya Sarkar attacks to dismiss Aaron Finch (53). Australia 121/1
Great Wicket. Sarkar, who entered the attack, from the first advance to Bangladesh, dismissed the Australian captain. Smooth dismissal. Finch, as he tried to pass the ball through the third man, missed and gave a simple swallow to Rubel Hossain. Finch hit two-six-fives during his 51-ball turn and added 121 to the opening wicket with David Warner.

50 for Aaron Finch of 47 balls, his 24th in ODIs. Australia 116/0 in 19.4 overs
Finch hit two and a half to reach the frame.

Overs 18: Australia 104/0
A good bout of Mehidy Hasan, after suffering 12 of his first over, gave only three singles in his second.

Overs 17: Australia 101/0. Time to drink

100 comes to Australia at 16.3 overs. David Warner 53 * and Aaron Finch 43 *

Overs 16: Australia 98/0
12 runs!
Aaron Finch (43 *) received Mehidy Hasan with six and four consecutive balls, while Australia scored 12 runs.

Overs 15.4: six! Aaron Finch hits Mehidy Hasan on the deep square for a maximum.
Australia 94/0

50 for David Warner with 55 balls, 20 of ODIs. Australia 86/0 in 15 overs
Warner hit two six and four fours to reach the milestone.

End of more than 14: Warner (47 *) leaves to convert a complete delivery of Shakib on a low pitch and hits the gap in the coverage region by four. And the left follows with a HUGE SIX over the mid-wicket with 94m of success, to the second level.
Australia 83/0

Mortaza presses the medium Rubel Hossain on duty while Bangladesh searches for his opening window.

End of more than 12: With the score reacting 67/0, it seems another Warner-Finch century partnership is on the anvil.

End of more than 10: Fifty comes to Australia in 9.3 overs, with Finch's crispy straight drive (24 *). Warner bouncing back at 26 *.
The first Powerplay figures read 53/0.

First change of bowling. Shakib Al Hasan on the attack with his left arm twist.

End of more than 9: Mortaza played well in his opening spell, which now shows 0/24 in five titles. Not leaving the Aussies off the hook, but would have liked to have something in the wickets column as well. 47/0

End of more than 7: Both Warner and Finch are looking a bit more settled compared to the beginning. That Warner punch, overtaking the jump, was the prime example of an eye-blaster.

End of more than 5:
Give up! After Finch (13 *) started the attack by hitting Mortaza by a SIX, the over ends with a Sabbir knocking Warner (12 *) on the spot. 27/0

End of more than 3: Only three leave the second Mortaza. 12/0

End of more than 2: And a limit for Warner too, with a punch standing behind the covers – all the time. 9/0

Mustafizur Rahim to open the process on the other side.

End of more than 1: Both Warner and Finch out of the mark, the latter with a well timed move from their hips to the first Australian limit. 4/0

The familiar pair of David Warner and Aaron Finch left to open for the Australians. Skipper Mashrafe Mortaza to start playing bowling in Bangladesh.


BANGLADESH: Tamim Iqbal, Sarkar Soumya, Shakib Al Hasan, Rahim Mushfiqur (wk), Liton Das, Mahmudullah, Sabbir Rahman, Mehidy Hasan, Mashrafe Mortaza (c), Rubel Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman

AUSTRALIA: David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Usman Khawaja, Steven Smith, Maxwell Glenn, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey (wk), Nathan Coulter-Nilo, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa


AARON FINCH: "We're going to hit first, it looks like a very good surface, I think we played well in the tests, there were times when we did not hit it, we're still excited to be in that position.

MASHRAFE MORTAZA: "It's a good wicket, you never know.We are chasing very well in the last matches.King knees are fine, trying hard, let's see.Robel are confident after the last game.Rubel enters Saifuddin and Sabbir comes in to Mosaddek."

Aaron Finch wins the draw, Australia decides to beat first.

It's the 22nd, and the ICC World Cup 2019 coach arrived in Nottingham for Match 26 between the current Australian champion and Bangladesh. And we welcome it again here at, bringing all the live updates of the game that is scheduled to start 1500 IST.

With four wins in five games, Australia is third in the points table. But with wins over South Africa and the West Indies, the Bangla Tigers, currently number 5, fared better than former champions Sri Lanka, Windies and Pakistan; and thus, can not be taken lightly.

That gives Bangladesh the hope of bringing down the title holders, but it will not be easy against the five-time champions.


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