England Vs Australia LIVE SCORE (odi)

England Vs Australia At Lord's, London, 25 June, 2019

25 June, 2019
Starts (IST)
Match Ended

285/7 (50.0 ov)

Match 32

221/10 (44.4 ov)

Australia beat England by 64 runs

Australia England
285/7 (50.0 ov) - R/R 5.7 221/10 (44.4 ov) - R/R 4.94

Match Ended

Australia beat England by 64 runs

This Over
4
4
0
0(W)
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Mark Wood not out 1 2 0 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Jason Behrendorff 10 0 44 5
Mitchell Starc 8.4 1 43 4
Current Partnership Last Wicket 221/10 (44.4)

10 (10) R/R: 8.57

Mark Wood 1(2)

Adil Rashid 25(20) S.R (125)

c Marcus Stoinis b Mitchell Starc
Highlights, England vs Australia, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match, Full Cricket Score: Finch, Behrendorff star in Australia's 64-run win

Highlights, England vs Australia, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match, Full Cricket Score: Finch, Behrendorff star in Australia's 64-run win

22:59 (IST)

Australia emerge victorious at Lord's against the home side and the defending champions secure a spot in the last four of the tournament. England, on the other hand, will head back to the drawing board, before they face the high-flying Indian side on Saturday, which is almost a must-win for them. Another big game lined up tomorrowwith New Zealand taking on Pakistan. Our blog will be up from 1:30 pm onwards. Until then, it is a goodbye from us.

22:56 (IST)

Aaron Finch , Australia skipper:  Very happy. We have played some good cricket so far. England are a standout side. They can take you apart with the ball and bat. Stokes can be brutal at times. Behrendorff bowled beautifully. Nathan Lyon, too, was brilliant. Did not get the rewards but was outstanding. Warner is playing very nicely. He was close to his best today. 

22:50 (IST)

Here is England captain, Eoin Morgan: A lot of today, we were outplayed. Thought we bowled well upfront. Australia played and missed a lot initially but built a good partnership, and us losing early wickets at the start wasn't ideal.Finch played really well, capitalized on the start he got. 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. For a long time it looked like they'd get 330. But to be 20 for 3 pegged 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.

22:45 (IST)

It was all about the opening bowling today. England's bowlers were all over Australia, but couldn't take a wicket. Finch and Warner then prospered. Australia's bowlers on the other hand took early wickets and almost derailed the chase from the start. Australia march on. They have New Zealand next on Saturday night in London. 

Geoff Lemon, Cricket Journalist at Lords

22:45 (IST)
22:45 (IST)

It's hard to believe that England's campaign has imploded like this. They were cruising coming into this tournament. Now Australia go top of the table, though New Zealand could take that spot back with a win over Pakistan tomorrow. If New Zealand lose, Pakistan will stay well on track as a team that could knock England out of the finals. Who would have thought. 

Geoff Lemon, Cricket Journalist at Lords

22:45 (IST)
22:43 (IST)

The pre-tournament favourites and hosts find themselves in more than a spot of bother with them requiring one win out of the two remaining games with three teams breathing down their necks. It doesn't help their cause that their opponents both – India and New Zealand – are yet to be defeated in this tournament.

22:42 (IST)

Aaron Finch, Man of the Match: Did not play too badly. It's nice to get a hundred in a win. Woakes bowled one hell of a spell. Contributing to the team is more important. To set up a reasonable partnership with Davey (Warner) was nice.

22:35 (IST)

Australia's last four matches against England in ICC ODI World Cups:

Won, Lord's, 2019*
Won, Melbourne, 2015
Won, North Sound, 2007
Won, Port Elizabeth, 2003

Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician

22:35 (IST)
22:33 (IST)

Australia win by 64 runs! 

At the halfway stage of the game, it looked Australia didn't have enough on the board, but eversince the second ball of the chase by Jason Behrendorff that cannoned into James Vince's middle stump, it was all Australia. Behrendorff with a five-wicket haul, Mitchell Starc claimed four and dismantled England. Ben Stokes gave a brief hope but Starc doused it with an absolute jaffa. England now in real danger of falling behind in the race of semi-final

ALL OUT! Adil Rashid becomes the last wicket to fall. Starc pitches this full on the off stump, he once again tries to dig the delivery to carve it away on the off side. It is a little too full this time around and he is unable to get the desired elevation. He lofts it to man at extra cover and that's that. 
 

Adil Rashid c Stoinis b Starc 25(20)

22:32 (IST)
four

FOUR! That's a good shot! Full ball outside off and Rashid opens the face of the bat and lifts it over cover, the ball skims away from the boundary rider. Consecutive fours.

Highlights

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England vs Australia LIVE SCORE, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match Updates: Australia win by 64 runs!
At the halfway stage of the game, it looked Australia didn't have enough on the board, but eversince the second ball of the chase by Jason Behrendorff that cannoned into James Vince's middle stump, it was all Australia. Behrendorff with a five-wicket haul, Mitchell Starc claimed four and dismantled England. Ben Stokes gave a brief hope but Starc doused it with an absolute jaffa. England now in real danger of falling behind in the race of semi-final.

Are England just a bunch of "flat-track bullies"

That's the uncomfortable question facing Eoin Morgan's side as they look to get their World Cup campaign back on track against arch-rivals Australia.

Tuesday's match at Lord's was always going to be a showpiece occasion, but it has been given added spice by England's 20-run loss to Sri Lanka.

Faced with a relatively modest target of 233 on a tricky Headingley pitch, England slumped to 212 all out.

Despite their second defeat of the pool phase following an earlier loss to Pakistan, the tournament hosts remained in the top four and on course for a semi-final spot.

But England, bidding to win the World Cup for the first time, cannot afford many more slip-ups in their remaining pool fixtures against fellow title contenders Australia, India and New Zealand
— teams they have not defeated at a World Cup since 1992.

England's rise to the top of the one-day international rankings since their woeful first-round exit at the 2015 World Cup has been based on aggressive batting.

They have twice posted a world record score at this level in the intervening four years, including the current mark of 481-6 against Australia at Trent Bridge just over 12 months ago.

Doubts, however, persist about England's ability to bat in less than ideal conditions for shot-making.
Their problems were summed up against Sri Lanka when Moeen Ali marked his 100th ODI by hitting a six, only to try to repeat the shot next ball and hole out to leave England 170-6.

Former England captain Michael Vaughan was unimpressed, writing in Britain's Daily Telegraph: "He (Moeen) was there to win the game but it was dumb cricket taking on the man at long off having just hit the ball for six."

Full team squads:

England Team Players: Eoin Morgan (capt), Moeen AliJofra ArcherJonny Bairstow (wk), Jos Buttler (wk), Tom CurranLiam DawsonLiam PlunkettAdil RashidJoe RootJason RoyBen StokesJames VinceChris WoakesMark Wood.

Australia Team Players: Aaron Finch (capt), Jason BehrendorffAlex Carey (wk), Nathan Coulter-NilePat CumminsUsman KhawajaNathan LyonShaun MarshGlenn MaxwellKane RichardsonSteve SmithMitchell StarcMarcus StoinisDavid WarnerAdam Zampa

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Updated Date: June 25, 2019 23:19:54 IST

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