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Right then, India are just about to hit a competitive total on the board and they also have the quality to defend this score. Although English batsmen have not had the best of the World Cups but they will still be backing themselves to knock this one down and end the winning streak of the Men in Blue. Join us for a bit to see how the hunt develops.
Chris Woakes is ready for a chat. He says it’s nice to get going with the new ball and it was one of the areas they needed to improve. Adding that it’s always nice to have rhythm and be able to put the opposition under pressure early. mentions that it was frustrating not to get his lengths right early in the tournament, and he is his biggest critic. Adds that there was some spin and the wicket was two-paced and their batsmen should assess the conditions. Ends by saying he doesn’t have much idea how the wicket will play but hopes it will improve under lights.
England, on the other hand, will be happy with the bowling effort. They looked like a team with a lot of energy and it was visible in their fielding right from the start. Chris Woakes was excellent with the new ball and got the early breakthrough which was followed up by David Willey with the big wicket of Virat Kohli. Woakes was given an extended first spell and he delivered again. But after that they let India slowly come back into the game. The wicket also turned a lot which will give confidence to the Indin spinners. It was again Willey who broke the huge partnership, but although they were able to get some cheap overs in, they struggled to pick up wickets. Just when things were looking a little bleak, Adil Rashid sent Rohit Sharma back to the hut which surely took some runs away from the total. Willey finished with three wickets, while Rashid got a couple and Mark Wood chipped in with one. The only thing they could have done better is to bowl out the hosts and not let the tail add the crucial couple of runs at the end.
India got off to a steady start but lost Shubman Gill quite early and then Virat Kohli also went back without troubling the scorers. Shreyas Iyer succumbed to another short ball and there were shades of the first match the hosts played against the Aussies. But in between all this, Rohit Sharma seemed to be playing on a completely different pitch and kept scoring the runs. He also found strong support from KL Rahul as they both took the hosts out of the predicament with a 90-run stand before a poor shot cost Rahul his wicket. Sharma also crossed 18,000 international runs in this game which is an amazing feat. He was then joined by SKY and they continued to pile on the runs, but the skipper just lost patience and was dismissed for 87, meaning India had to rebuild again. SKY lost a couple of partners but he scored a crucial 49 and just missed his fifty. Jasprit Bumrah and Kuldeep Yadav stayed till the end and gave themselves something to play with when they came out to bowl after the break.
Get well from India! They were 40/3 at one stage but finished with 229 runs which shows a huge effort from them. They would have hoped for a few extra runs at the death, but if there’s any team that can defend this, it’s India. However, credit must also be given to England for testing the hosts properly for the first time in this World Cup.
49.6 overs (0 runs) OUT! RAN OUT! Ends well does Chris Woakes! Sees Kuldeep Yadav come forward and bang a shorter one outside off. Yadav tries to reach it and play it behind but the ball angles across and hits the bat. They had to go for the run and Jasprit Bumrah is already halfway down the pitch. Jos Buttler keeps his cool behind the stumps and under the arms when he bowls on the stumps and Bumrah is the man run out. A good effort in the field from England and India ends with 229/ on the board!
49.5 overs (0 runs) Pace at this time and this is pitched around, angles it away. Kuldeep Yadav looks to step out and heave over the line but is beaten on the inside edge.
49.4 overs (1 run) Takes off again and toasts it full outside. Jasprit Bumrah comes across to reach it and flicks it off the toe of the bat towards long on for another single.
49.3 overs (1 run) On the back of a length around off, Kuldeep Yadav holds back and punches it down to widish mid off for a single.
49.2 overs (0 runs) Nicely bowled! Rolls his fingers over the ball and picks up speed, bowling it full round. Kuldeep Yadav looks to sit down and flick it away but is beaten comprehensively.
49.2 overs (1 run) Wide! Fuller and wider, tries to angle it across but ends up pushing it over the lane.
49.1 overs (1 run) Hits it short and well, Jasprit Bumrah tries to screw it away in front of square on the leg side, but mistimes it to long on for just a single.
Chris Woakes (8-1-29-2) to bowl the last over. Can he keep India below 230?
48.6 overs (0 runs) Hits the cover hard and angles it in outside off, Kuldeep Yadav stays back and dabs it down to backward point.
48.5 overs (1 run) Nails the 146 clicker and gets it to tail into mid on, Jasprit Bumrah does well to push it out down to fine leg and collects another single.
48.4 overs (1 run) Back of a length around off, Kuldeep Yadav hops and plays it with an angled bat towards third man for a single.
48.3 overs (0 runs) Swing and a miss! Full and fast with 146.8 clicks round from. Kuldeep Yadav clears the front leg and looks to tee beyond extra cover but misses the ball completely.
48.3 overs (1 run) Wide! Length ball, tries to angle it into the pads but spills it down leg.
48.2 overs (1 run) Back to over the wicket for the right-hander and delivers a slower ball, on a good length outside off. Jasprit Bumrah reaches out and taps it to the left of the diving fielder behind for one more.
48.1 overs (1 run) Comes from around the wicket and bowls a length ball in with 147.9 clicks on middle and leg. Kuldeep Yadav pokes it nicely into the vacant mid-wicket region and comes across for one. The batsmen look for two but the bowler gets to the ball quickly and keeps it down for a single.
47.6 overs (0 runs) Another slower one to finish over. Bowled into the track and well outside off, Jasprit Bumrah is beaten all ends.
47.5 overs (2 runs) Banging in a slower bumper now, gets it in at a good height as well. Jasprit Bumrah takes it on and gets a top edge well wide of fine leg and picks up another wicket as India reach 220 now.
47.4 overs (2 runs) Slower, pitched up around off, Jasprit Bumrah is pulled forward but manages to use his wrists and flicks it away in front of deep square leg for a couple of runs.
47.3 overs (1 run) Back of a length around off, played off the back foot towards point for one.
47.2 overs (0 runs) Hits the pile hard and angles it over the off stump, and also gets some good bounce and carry. Kuldeep Yadav looks to cut but is well beaten.
47.1 overs (1 run) Just cards! A cross stitch now, back of a length and across the middle. Jasprit Bumrah gets square as he looks to poke it into the leg side but gets an edge that falls in front of Adil Rashid at short third. They rush across to the single.
46.6 overs (4 runs) FOUR! Slightly too straight from Willey and Kuldeep Yadav has seen it fine enough for a serviceable boundary. Full again, attacks the pads but this one drifts down leg, Yadav gets enough bat on it and the ball rolls into the fine leg fence.
46.5 overs (1 run) Slower and beaten in outside off, Jasprit Bumrah waits and looks to cut but gets a thick outside edge down to third man for just a single.
46.4 overs (1 run) Full again, on the stumps this time, clipped away through mid-wicket for a single.
46.3 overs (0 runs) Full and round off, angling, kept out by Kuldeep Yadav.
Kuldeep Yadav walks out to bat now.
46.2 overs (0 runs) OUT! CAPTURED! Suryakumar Yadav falls one short of his fifty and David Willey picks up his third wicket of the game. Bowls this full and wide, and angles it across. SKY stays deep and makes some space, looks to go in and out but has to reach for it in the end. SKY lifts it above the coverage point, but gets no power on it. The ball goes straight to Chris Woakes in the deep and he makes no mistake. End of a solid hit.
46.1 overs (0 runs) Good change! Shorter and round off, the off-cutter too, going away from the right-hander. Suryakumar Yadav tries to angle it well over the keeper but misses.
45.6 overs (0 runs) Struck in this time and Jasprit Bumrah looks to take it on but epically mistimes it in front of mid-wicket. Bumrah is keen for the run but Suryakumar Yadav sends him back.
45.5 overs (2 runs) DECREASED! A rare blemish in the field from England this time, but Moeen Ali has wasted a fairly simple chance. Jasprit Bumrah is tough in length around the top of the off. Jasprit Bumrah looks for the big heave over the line but ends up lofting it over mid off. Moeen Ali over there goes back and drops it through his hands. Bumrah also skips for two.
45.4 overs (0 runs) Good length well outside off, Jasprit Bumrah makes space and is unable to reach it.
45.3 overs (4 runs) FOUR! Jasprit Bumrah with a fantastic on-drive and the crowd goes wild inside the stadium. Full and quick at the stumps, Bumrah clears the front leg and jams it off Ben Stokes at mid on and the ball runs away to the fence.
45.2 overs (1 run) Excellent fielding in the deep prevents Suryakumar Yadav from getting back for the second run. Full and outside off, SKY stays back and cuts it away to the left of deep point. The fielder there is lightning fast and Jasprit Bumrah also dismisses the second run.
45.1 overs (6 runs) SIX! Into the stands and Suryakumar Yadav brings the team to 200 in style. Short ball on the hips with plenty of pace behind it, SKY gets inside the line and lifts it well over the fine leg fence for a biggie.
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