Australia v Bangladesh Cricket: Champions Trophy Highlights


Australia v Bangladesh

Highlights of the group match between Australia and Bangladesh. It's the first day-night match of the tournament so the atmosphere at the Oval promises to be a special one.


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Hello, and welcome to the Oval for the first daylight match of this ICC

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Champions Trophy. We are into the second round of games in group poppy

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A, as Australia face Bangladesh. A must win match for both games, after

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the first game against New Zealand was banned due to rain, and

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Bangladesh lost their opener against England. At the top of the group,

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England after victory over Bangladesh last Thursday. They face

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New Zealand in Cardiff on Tuesday but the teams in this match know

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that defeat will almost certainly end their hopes of reaching the

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semifinals. One change to the Bangladesh line-up, Mehidi Hasan

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comes in for Hossain as they look to strengthen their bowling attack

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after failing to defend 305 against England last time out. Australia

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have made one change to the team that faced New Zealand on Friday,

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Adam Zampa comes in for John Hastings, a reflection on the fact

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the game is played on the same pitch used for South Africa against Sri

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Lanka on Saturday. Bangladesh won the toss and chose to bat. Not a

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surprise in decision with the game being played on a used strip but

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with some rain forecast later, you would have thought chasing would be

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an option should the game become a stop and start affair. The flags

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above are at half-mast as the game gets under way, in tribute to those

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affected by the terror attacks in London on Saturday night. The

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umpires for this one are Nigel Llong and Chris Gaffney. Let's join the

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action with our openers, Tamim Iqbal and Sarkar at the crease.

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COMMENTATOR: We haven't seen any swing in the tournament so far. If

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there is any, may be Starc will find it... Bowling for Tamim. Great pace.

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Off the pad. Down into the fine leg boundary, is huge cheers from the

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big Bangladesh crowd. As Bangladesh get themselves up and running. A

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dash of arrogance... And swagger about Tamim. He's a good player with

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a confident frame of mind. On the back of 100, he takes the game to

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Australia. He takes his right leg away. A couple of steps down the

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track, he nearly took his partner Sarkar with that shot. It was

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powerfully played. This might go... To the short boundary. Yes, it's

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going to be the dive, a despairing dive from a long way out. A second

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boundary for Tamim. A very good piece of timing. Placement is even

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better. A lot fella, did not try to hit it too hard. He just found the

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gap. -- a lot more full. Short but wide, put away. Huge cheers greeting

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the end of the fifth over. It's not a boundary. 22-0. Taken! Matthew

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Wade diving across first slip, Hazelwood striking for Australia. A

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little away from the ball, trying to reach for it. A genuine neck.

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Australia would be very happy to see the back of Soumya in this opening

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partnership. No real foot movement, a good catch ahead of first slip.

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Soumya departs, Bangladesh 22-1. Will he get away with it? He does.

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It is a tactic Australia fancy of Tamin, he has got away with a missed

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poll just wide of mid-on. Easily done... Good length again. Trying to

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force it and miss timing it. It's the end of Imrul Kayes. Probably a

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stronger variation in length from Pat Cummins to Hazelwood, but he has

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just started to really hit the deck. With the added pace, one doesn't

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quite come on, or you get there early.

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This was the case there. Australia get their second, steady at the

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moment for the Australians out there. Not a massive run rate. He is

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walking back. 37-2. It looks pretty straight... A full delivery again!

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Mushfiqur Rahim is a good wicket. An experienced batsmen, among runs as

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well. Another strike for the Australians. Falling straight for

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Moses three Henriques. A little bit of scene back in to the

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right-hander. The replay, showing that the seamers scrambled. Straight

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on, clipping both pads. It is very adjacent to me. And her Henriques

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agrees. As does the umpire. Bangladesh and all sorts of trouble,

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53-3. One experienced batsmen is replaced by another. Shakib

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Al-Hassan has not been in the greatest form in recent times. But

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he is the mainstay of the Bangladesh batting. How close was back to the

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fielder at short point? Maxwell is brilliant. Four runs for it.

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Definitely close to Maxwell, hit like a bullet. That is one place

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that you cannot bowl, to Shakib Al Hasan. Short and wide on the cut.

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Deep in the crease. Going hard, in the reach of Maxwell at backward

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point. Cut hard, put down. Put down by Maxwell at backward point. Hit

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very hard, coming back for two. This would be tight, a good throw... It

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isn't, men going everywhere out there. Maxwell wringing his hands,

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that has heard. -- that has hurt. Let's hope he isn't heard too much.

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At backward point, he could afford to give himself a little more

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distance. 72-3. Down he goes! What a stroke,

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absolutely brilliant! Over extra cover. That is brilliant. He is a

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dangerous campaigner. That's what the fans have come to see. A

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brilliant shot. What an opportunity to free the arms are pitiful, a

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couple of steps down the track and wow! He goes again, this time to the

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on-side! Not far from mid-wicket. But not close enough.

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Iqbal cutting loose here. Over at long-off, this one is pulled away.

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Powerfully played, into the gap. Ten off two deliveries for Iqbal. That

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was six. Excellent off his feet and from the middle of the bat, that is

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key. That will run away, and expensive over. Henriques goes for

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16. 88-3. That is his 50. He keeps that form

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going. He needs to get the 100 for his team again today, to get that

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total of 239, if it is accurate... Running away for four. Nicely

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played. Using the pace, and using the width. It has been a hard couple

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of days for London. Obviously Manchester had gone through it as

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well. Just a tragic situation. As we said at the start of our telecast,

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our thoughts are with all of those affected. Is there are enough on it?

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Not quite. Good running, coming back for two. Bringing up 104 Bangladesh.

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-- bringing up 100, four Bangladesh. Steady as she goes, losing three

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wickets but this partnership is growing quickly. A good job for

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Trent Boult's skipper. Ricky Ponting and Ian Bishop joining

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the commentary now. What a shot that was! Good use of the by Tamim.

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Staying leg side of the ball, helping himself to extra cover. The

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shot of the day so far. Going again... Tamim... A bigger hit, six

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more! A terrific shot. Going up in the gears now, Tamim Iqbal, the time

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in the innings has come, in the 30th over. Down he comes, first one over

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extra cover. Great use of his feet, a swing of the bat and the first one

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is even bigger. Bowling over here for the Australians, no leg spin. He

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has given it! Revealing that he was down the track.

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OK, the front foot is fine, let's go to the other one, please... Pretty

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happy that there was no bat there. Front on Hot Spot?

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OK, let's go for ball tracking, please. OK, Nigel, with ball

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tracking... Umpire's call, hitting the wickets, stay with your

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decision. Well, a very good decision. Nigel

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Llong, Shakib Al Hasan, he is on his way. Lbw. Heading out for 29. A

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gutsy decision but the right one. A very good decision. Savea Rahman,

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the last ball of the over. -- Sabbir Rahman. Up and running straightaway.

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15 off the over, and the wicket. 124-4. Shot... Very, very good shot.

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You can see it in the Australians, at leg gully. Pat Cummins is trying

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to tackle the thigh pad rib area of Tamim, who is having none of that.

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Moving inside of the line and helping it on its way. A beautiful

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shot, back in his crease and inside of the line of the ball. Almost

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technique pull shot there. Tamim Iqbal moves onto 75.

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It looks like there will be a bowling change. A much awaited

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bowling change. Adam Zampa will come into the attack. He has success

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straightaway. It is a good catch. Long-awaited and he has not

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disappointed. He has not. He has the knack. That is why he was the

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leading wicket taker in the world. It was wide and driven straight into

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the hands of captain Steven Smith. Welcome to the crease, Adam Zampa.

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One of the seniors of the Bangladesh team. Back-to-back hundreds in the

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20 15th World Cup in Australia. Mahmudullah up and running. That was

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great. The good extension of the hands and arms. Not right out of the

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middle but it is good enough. And this time he is out. No doubt

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about it. There is the second. Talking about Adam Zampa's wicket

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taking ability and towards the end of the innings. The batsmen trying

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to force it off the back. The top then came quickly off the pitch.

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Normally for the sea may you expect it to be pushed through. -- a

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seamer. Normally it goes to the front of the hand. No wonder it

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skidded off the pitch. He has gone for eight, Mahmudullah.

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How Bangladesh played in the last match, he was capable batsmen and he

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was dropped. Got a few runs. Test match against India got 50 and here

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again. When short of the leg-spinner. Has it got enough pace

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on it? I don't think so. It has been mopped up. That shot for two. It out

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on strike. It is in the air. -- Iqbal on strike. That would have

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been his first 100 against Australia but he pulls five runs short. A big

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moment for the Aussies. The Bangladeshi fans are applauding the

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effort that some had their heads down when they saw this happening. A

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good catch. Got under the ball. He has played that shot right through

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the innings. You have to feel for him. He misses 100 today. He has

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gone for 95. There it is. That's what he can do.

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Mitchell Starc, bang on target. The one that he missed, the first ball

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from more tiles, it was slightly slow. -- Mortaza. The ball before

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was quicker but not all is I like this one. A bit too good. Two

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wickets and three balls for Mitchell stopped. He is coming back to full

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fitness. -- Mitchell Starc. He has that radar right. It is

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incredible bowling at the death. That should not surprise anyone. The

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ball was going to be quick. It has to be at the stumps. Three wickets

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from four balls. A bit too good. Batting down the order. Another 90

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mph delivery from Mitchell Starc. He has gone for a duck. He is on a

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hat-trick now. Two slips in position. What a moment! Can he do

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it? Just misses the off-stump. Just misses the stumps. He was not far

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away. He hammers to keep his bat down about three inches. -- he has

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to keep. A triple wicket. It has taken Mitchell Starc a while.

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Eventually falling to the short ball and then a couple of Mitchell Starc

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special. Very fast and very straight.

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Got him. That will do. Mitchell Starc finishes with figures of 4-29

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in 8.3 overs. Australia have bowled out Bangladesh for 182. A much

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improved bowling performance from Australia today as the rain starts

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to fall. You can see on the camera lens one or two drops of rain

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falling. A few anxious moments for Australia. They will want to get the

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game down and dusted. After racking up more than 300 against England,

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Bangladesh would have wanted to build on that. The top order

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struggled to provide enough support for open tammim a cabal. Only two

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other batsmen made double figures. -- Tamim Iqbal. The Australian

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bowlers pitched away at the start. Adam Zampa paid dividends. Mitchell

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Starc ran through the tail order. Mitchell Starc, 4-29. Much better.

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The much improved performance. I think we spoke about it after the

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last game. A much cleaner effort today. What word conditions like? It

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is quite windy and cold. Josh got it moving a bit. Maybe a couple of the

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wicket. I think it was more disciplined bowling effort. How

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pleased are you with three wickets? It is nice to get that. We spoke

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after the last performance, it was nice for all of us to contribute.

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Are you nervous about the weather? Hopefully it will go away. We have

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done our job with the ball. Australia clearly had one eye on the

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weather as they battled through the Bangladesh tail, wanting to get on

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with their run chase as soon as possible. Players resuming after a

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slight delay. Openers Aaron Finch and David Warner starting the run

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chase. They are off and running, Australia.

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He has timed that quite nicely. A good run will --.

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Nice. The balance in playing that shot and the control, a pleasure to

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watch. Seven of the first over without loss.

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And he went to wide. That genuine seamer delivery was put away by

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Aaron Finch quite easily. He just looks a little more composed,

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doesn't he? He has only played seven deliveries. Here's quite frenetic in

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the first game. Birmingham may be under more pressure in terms of the

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scoreboard and the quality of the opening bowlers. He looks calmer.

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Four. Badly lined. Especially so, given the fine leg is up inside the

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circle. Broad blade or not. The inside edge

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clashes to the fence. He mixes up his pace very well in

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this field. A couple of poor deliveries that

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have gone for four in the last few overs. This was a real powderpuff

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delivery. Halfway down, nothing behind it. Warner just happy to help

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it on its way. A good shot. There was the field are

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therefore exactly that kind of shot but he was too square.

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One of the few Aussies in the crowd. He liked what he saw. A short ball.

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He got that cleanly. The pressure release for Aaron Finch. Kept low.

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The finger goes up. Aaron Finch knew exactly what the verdict was going

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to be. There he goes. Right-hander. That is what he loves. That is why

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he has such great numbers against right-handers. That is what we were

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talking about with that action. Traps Aaron Finch. No hesitation. He

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has to go and Australia lose their first wicket.

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Steve Smith, the Australian captain, the new man at the crease. A very

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high strike rate. A good touch as well at the start of the New Zealand

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game. A couple of classic off drives. A challenge here. Rubel

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challenging the pads once again. A good start. That was coming back for

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the third. Eight runs from the over but the wicket as well.

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Bang! Full and met with a thunderous cover drive from the Australian

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captain. The 50 comes up for Australia. A bit surprised with the

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men catching on the leg side. I wonder where they are going with

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that. Because it takes the pays off, he sets himself up like that.

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Catching on the off-side, that is what he does. The off cutters with

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that angle. What is the purpose of the two fielders on the leg side?

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Had a- at leg stump with the first ball. Now the slip has come out.

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What it does with their heavy leg side, it stops Steven Smith moving

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across his stumps too far. A full toss. That was quite comfortable.

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Started with a slow delivery. The dive and a couple of runs. Nice

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fielding and a nice ball. Maybe a bit of a seam back in. Certainly

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extra ounce. Caught the inside edge and flew down to fine leg.

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Playing well within himself, David Warner.

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It is going to come back for the second. Good thing. Warner with no

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heat doesn't have the strongest throwing arm in world cricket. He is

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in and out very quickly. Going back to this angle he creates from around

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the wicket, the margin for error is very small. He almost as to start it

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outside the body of the left-handed batsmen. It starts down the line of

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the stumps will stop by the time it gets to the batsmen it is very wide.

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The margin for error is very small. Punched into the off-side and

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bounces over. Two more. If he goes round the wicket he will have so

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many options. He is cramping the left-hand batsmen rather than giving

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him a chance to free his arms on the off-stump.

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Just finding the gap here... Good fielding. A couple of runs, a good

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and solid partnership, this. Look at David Warner's ODI career, what a

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record that is. A very imposing record. Past short fine leg. Coming

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back for two. That will bring up 4001-day international runs for

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David Warner. -- 4000 one-day international runs. The finest to

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reach that milestone. Look at his strike rate. An average close to 45,

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1300. There you are, the quickest Aussie to get to 4000 one-day

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international runs. 83-1. I am afraid regulations demand

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that the umpires must call drinks onto the field of play.

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I think, just as the umpire has called drinks, Nigel Llong and Chris

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Gaffaney has decided that the rain is coming down too heavily. They

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have asked the ground is meant to bring on the covers. This is bad

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news for all concerned. We have only had 16 overs, 20 overs constitutes a

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game. Australia are hovering on the brink of what would be a victory.

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They still find themselves four overs short of a possible game.

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Australia, at least, a no result means they still have the chance of

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going through. That's the only wicket to fall so far. David Warner

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Mayday composed 40 from 44, Smith in decent touch. 22, 83 41.

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Rubel, the only wicket taker today. -- 83-1. Nothing for anyone else.

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The off-spinner has just bowled a solitary over. This is where they

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are, with rain tumbling down and a forecast that is not so good.

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Australia four overs away from 20 over, which would make a result? I

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would love to say welcome back we have some cricket to go but that is

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not the case. The match was abandoned, the chance

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of an 8:30pm start but unfortunately it only stopped raining for 20

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minutes, a little longer, then it came back with a vengeance. As

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heavy as it has been all night. Persistent, the match was abandoned.

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Australia started the innings in measured fashion but with one eye on

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the sky and gathering rain clouds, Aaron Finch was the first wicket to

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fall, Rubel with 45 on the board. David Warner played within himself

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to keep that scoreboard ticking along. The captain took Australia to

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83-1, by the drinks break, after 16 overs, they were well ahead of the

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par score but the heavy rain forced the game off.

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The rain and the gloom never lifted long enough for play to resume. So,

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a below par total meaning Bangladesh's bowlers were always up

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against it, trying to contain and take wickets but in the end, the

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weather save them from what looked like an inevitable second defeat in

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the tournament. If 20 overs were completed in the run chase,

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Australia would have been well ahead of a Duckworth-Lewis pass go and

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victory would have been there, but the rain meant an abandoned match,

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much to the frustration of the Australians. Steve, how did you take

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these wash-outs on the chin? It was obviously disappointed not to get a

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game in today. We were heading down a pretty good path. It's

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disappointing not to get a result in the end. And how would you accept

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today's result? I think Australia were unlucky, but on the other hand,

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we are still in the tournament and obviously, not how we would like to.

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But we can't do anything. You have to win your next game against New

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Zealand and hope England win there too, does that affect your approach?

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This could help us a lot, obviously. We need to play hard again in the

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next match, but you never know. It has put you in a straightforward

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position where you had to beat England? That's right. It's a

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quarterfinal for us, as such. They are a good side and playing good

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cricket. A tough match, but the equation is pretty simple now...

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Today's match coming in to bat, your bowlers appear to have listened to

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your cries after the last game? They were much better, hitting good areas

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early on. They challenged the Bangladeshi batters. I thought that

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all of the bowlers did better today. And they set us up for a good game,

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bowling them out for 130. Mashrafe, do you agree with what Steve said?

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Obviously, they had some good and exciting bowlers, we knew that it

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would be hard but the way we batted was really good. It is always hard,

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nobody could give him the support that he needed. And the bowlers

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hitting in the right areas, always asking more of the wicket. They have

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been up to the mark, and I think our team was phenomenal today. Hopefully

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we can continue, and another batsmen can support him and we can do

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something else. No results gives the team one point each, leaving England

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still the top of the group. Australia and Bangladesh and both

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still make the semifinals. Australia have only England are to face, and

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much will depend on how England fare against New Zealand in Cardiff later

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today. But for now, from the Oval, a very wet oval, it's goodbye.

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England's next match is later today against New Zealand in Cardiff. The

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highlights on BBC Two from 11:45pm tonight. On Gwen 's day, it's back

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to group B for another encounter. Pakistan against South Africa at

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Edgbaston. The highlights on Thursday morning.

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Follow every ball on BBC Radio five Live sports extra, and watch the

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best of the action with in play highlights alongside the live text

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commentary on the BBC sport website.

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Highlights of the Champions Trophy group match between Australia and Bangladesh. It's the first day-night match of the tournament so the atmosphere at the Oval promises to be a special one.


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