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Right then, 241 is what Australia need to get their hands on the silverware and add another trophy to their already illustrious cabinet. Although this looks like a below par total, batting is not that easy on this sluggish surface. On the other hand, India’s hopes rest on their bowlers who have been exceptional so far and Rohit Sharma will hope they can do the job again. The Men in Blue and their fans will be praying that the dew doesn’t arrive, but if it does, it will make batting easier for the Aussies. Join us for a bit to see how the hunt develops.

Mitchell Starc joins us for a chat. He says that the way they took the field together was fantastic. Adds that there is not much help for the fast bowlers so they had to rely on variations. Credits Cummins and Hazlewood for their efforts and says that when they played against England, there was not much reverse swing in the second innings. He hopes that there will be dew in the second half as batting is not easy here. End by saying it’s the World Cup final and it comes down to who wants it the most.

After being put into bat, India again got off to a breezy start. Rohit Sharma was quick to get out of the blocks while a loose shot early in the innings led to the fall of Shubman Gill. Virat Kohli came out with positive intentions and he along with Rohit gave India a good lead in the first Powerplay. But in the space of five deliveries, India lost Rohit and Shreyas Iyer to be in a spot of bother. Kohli then joined KL Rahul and soaked up the pressure well by knocking it around. Kohli got out on 54, leaving Rahul in search of partners, and finally perished on 66. After that, Suryakumar Yadav fought a lone battle, but it was tough going for him too, and he too was dismissed without the big influence. Thanks to a 14-run last-wicket stand between Kuldeep Yadav and Mohammed Siraj, India limped their way to 240.

As for Australia, it was Mitchell Starc who helped draw first blood with the wicket of Shubman Gill. Although they were put under pressure by Rohit Sharma, twin strikes in quick succession from Glenn Maxwell and Pat Cummins helped them wrestle back the initiative. Cummins rotated his bowlers well in the middle stages and they did a fantastic job, conceding just two boundaries between overs 11 and 40. Just as a partnership blossomed, Cummins got rid of Kohli, who opened one end for Australia. Hazlewood and Starc got the ball to turn the swing and in doing so they heaped more misery on India. Adam Zampa also got going with a wicket before Cummins and Hazlewood helped Australia finish strongly with the ball. A special mention for the way Australia played and they were certainly fired up for this big occasion.

India have been bowled out for 240! A clinical bowling effort from Australia has them a step closer to lifting the Men’s ODI World Cup trophy for the sixth time. Do we jump the gun after just one round? Well, many will feel that, but if you are a cricket fan without any bias, this is a total that will give an advantage to Australia. It has been a combination of perfect planning and perfect execution from Pat Cummins’ men and as a result they will be the happier of the two sides.

49.6 overs (1 run) OUT! RAN OUT! India get just one run off the last ball! This is another short ball from Hazlewood, on middle, Mohammed Siraj pulls it from the top edge wide of deep midwicket and turns for second, Marnus Labuschagne picks up and throws the ball towards the bowler’s end, where Pat Cummins collects and breaks . the stumps with Kuldeep not even in the frame. India end on 240!

49.5 overs (1 run) Short of a length and on middle, Kuldeep Yadav pulls it towards deep square leg for one.

49.4 overs (0 runs) Josh Hazlewood bowls a fine slower bouncer, on middle Kuldeep Yadav goes through his pull shot early and misses.

49.3 overs (1 run) Back of a length and on off, Mohammed Siraj hits it towards mid off this time for another run.

49.2 overs (4 runs) FOUR! The audience finds its voice again! Josh Hazlewood lands this one on a good length and around off, Mohammed Siraj uses his feet and punches it past mid off for a welcome boundary.

49.1 overs (1 run) Fuller and on middle, angled in, Kuldeep Yadav knocks it wide of short covers for a single.

It will be Josh Hazlewood (9-0-52-2) to throw the final over.

48.6 overs (1 run) On a length and on off, Kuldeep Yadav guides it towards third man for one more.

48.5 overs (1 run) Another scorching bumper at around 142 clicks, on middle and leg, Mohammed Siraj is rushed and loses his bottom hand as the ball goes off the top edge towards fine leg for one.

48.4 overs (1 run) Short of a length and around off, Kuldeep Yadav pulls it towards deep square leg for a run.

48.3 overs (1 run) Overpitched and on off, Mohammed Siraj drills it towards mid off for a single.

48.2 overs (0 runs) Pat Cummins hits a quick bouncer now, on middle, Mohammed Siraj sways away from it.

48.2 overs (1 run) Full again but down the leg side, Mohammed Siraj misses his glance. Expanded.

48.1 overs (0 runs) Pat Cummins serves this full and on, nibbles away a bit, Mohammed Siraj looks to play on it but misses it.

47.6 overs (0 runs) This is on a tough length and around off, slower too, Kuldeep Yadav has a push at it but misses it completely.

47.5 overs (0 runs) Back of a length and on middle, Kuldeep Yadav stays back and blocks it out solidly.

47.4 overs (1 run) Full and on middle, Mohammed Siraj cuts it through midwicket for a single.

Mohammed Siraj is the last man in India.

47.3 overs (0 runs) OUT! CAUGHT BEHIND! Another one Bites the dust! This will definitely make a difference in the final total. Josh Hazlewood continues with his shorter length, slower again, Suryakumar Yadav moves across to hook but goes through his shot early again and the ball loops up off his gloves behind where Josh Inglis makes no mistake. India nine down now!

47.2 overs (2 runs) This is pitched up, outside off, Suryakumar Yadav uses his feet and drills it wide of sweeper covers, with David Warner running to his left and diving to keep it in. Two runs taken.

47.2 overs (1 run) Goes for another slower bouncer, on middle but too high for the batter, Suryakumar Yadav misses his hook this time. Expanded.

47.1 overs (0 runs) A slower bouncer now, on middle and leg, Suryakumar Yadav goes through his hook shot early and it goes over the bottom edge past the keeper where Josh Inglis moves to his left to make a good stop.

46.6 overs (0 runs) Pat Cummins bowls the yorker this time, on middle, angles in, Kuldeep Yadav gets his bat down in time and digs it out well. Cummins appeals for LBW but to no avail.

46.5 overs (0 runs) A slower one now, full and on again, Kuldeep Yadav steers it towards the edge.

46.4 overs (0 runs) This one is on a good length and around off, Kuldeep Yadav tries to cut it away but chops it down to the keeper.

46.3 overs (1 run) Pat Cummins hits another bumper around mid on, angled in, Suryakumar Yadav sways slightly away and upper cuts it to long off third man for a run.

46.2 overs (1 run) Pat Cummins knocks this back into the pitch, on middle, Kuldeep Yadav pulls it through square leg for a single.

46.1 overs (0 runs) Short of a length and around off, Kuldeep Yadav pokes it down towards backward point.

45.6 overs (1 run) Full delivery, on middle, Kuldeep Yadav drills it towards long on for one more.

45.6 overs (1 run) Kuldeep Yadav leaves it alone. Expanded.

45.5 overs (2 runs) Tossed and on the pads, Kuldeep Yadav flicks it nicely wide of deep square leg for a hoop.

45.4 overs (0 runs) Back of a length and off, Kuldeep Yadav dabs it towards short cover.

45.3 overs (0 runs) Kuldeep Yadav steers it towards point.

45.2 overs (1 run) This is on a good length and around off, Suryakumar Yadav looks to work it away but gets an edge towards long off for a run.

45.1 overs (1 run) Full and on middle, Kuldeep Yadav manages to clip it away towards fine leg for a single.

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