Australia vs England Live Score, World Cup 2019: Steve Smith, Alex Carey rebuild Australia after early bl – Times of India

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Fifty-run partnership between Steve Smith (28*) and Alex Carey (17*). Australia 64/3 in 17.2 overs


Overs 17: Australia 62/3
Steve Smith (27*) ended the Mark Wood over with a four as the pacer gave away seven runs in it.

Overs 16: Australia 55/3
Liam Plunkett conceded 8 runs in his first over.

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Steve Smith (20*) welcomes Liam Plunkett with a four as 50 comes up for Australia in 15.1 overs — 51/3


Time for drinks break


Overs 15: Australia 47/3

Good comeback from Mark Wood, conceded just two singles in it.

End of OVER 14: 9 runs off Stokes’ over.
Australia 45/3

OVERS 13.2: FOUR! Cracking shot from Smith. Short from Stokes. He pulls this away towards square leg.
Australia 41/3

End of OVER 13: 7 runs off Mark Wood’s over.
Australia 36/3

OVERS 12.3: Wood to Carey. 2 runs. Leg Byes.

Another bowling change for England . Mark Wood comes into the attack

End of OVER 12: Just 1 run off Stokes’ over.
Australia 29/3

Bowling change for England. Ben Stokes comes into the attack.

End of OVER 11: 1 run off Woakes over.
Australia 28/3

OVERS 10.4: Smith punches the ball towards square of the wicket for a quick single.
Australia 28/3

End of OVER 10: Jofra has been brilliant so far. 3 runs off his fifth over.
Australia 27/3

OVERS 9: FOUR! Carey drives Woakes beautifully towards deep extra cover. Superb shot from him.
Australia 24/3

OVERS 8: Archer to Carey. Nasty short ball from Archer. Carey gets a blow on his helmet. His helmet is on the ground. Carey signals towards the dressing room. He is bleeding from his chin. The physio and doctor are assisting him. There are tensed faces in the Australian dressing room. Carey is smiling. He has been bandaged and ready to bat.
Play resumes.

OVERS 7.2: Alex Carey hits this straight down the ground. He takes two runs and calls for third as well. Brilliant running between the wickets by Carey and Smith.
Australia 18/3


Jofra Archer starts his fourth over.

Huge support from the England fans

SECOND WICKET FOR WOAKES

OVERS 6.1: WICKET! Chris Woakes takes his second wicket, castles Peter Handscomb for 4. Five-time champions Australia lose their third wicket. England are celebrating. What a start from the Three Lions.
Australia 14/3

Jofra Archer starts his third over. Two slips in place for Peter Handscomb.

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End of OVER 4: Another brilliant over from Archer. Just 1 run off it.
Australia 12/2

End of OVER 3: 5 runs off Woakes’ over.
Australia 11/2

Australia’s two highest run-getters of the tournament are back in the hut


OVERS 2.4: WICKET! Chris Woakes removes David Warner for 9. Short with a bit of bounce delivery from Woakes. Warner fails to judge it properly. The ball kisses the shoulder of the bat and goes straight into Bairstow’s hands at slip. HUGE WICKET for England.
Australia 10/2

OVERS 2.3: FOUR! What a shot from Warner. The left-hander picks the length and hits this straight down the ground.

Woakes starts his second over.


End of OVER 2: 2 runs off Archer’s over.
Australia 6/1

Steve Smith comes to the crease

OVER 1.1: WICKET! A loud LBW appeal from Jofra Archer against Aaron Finch. Umpire raises his finger. Finch discusses with Warner and takes a review. It’s OUT. Archer removes Finch for a duck.
Australia 4/1

Jofra Archer comes into the attack.

End of OVER 1: 4 runs off Woakes’ over.
Australia 4/0

OVER 0.1: FOUR! What a start from Warner. He sends Woakes towards deep extra cover for a boundary.
Australia 4/0

Australia openers David Warner and Aaron Finch are making their way to the middle. Chris Woakes will open the attack for England.

14:58 IST: Mark Wood will be playing his career’s 50th ODI today

Teams have lined up for national anthems

14:47 IST: Australia and their World Cup semi-finals performances

14:45 IST: The high-octane clash is 15 minutes away

CAPTAINS’ TAKE:


Eoin Morgan:


Exact same. The trend of the tournament has been to bat first. Although Edgbaston has been a maginificent ground. The last time we played here against India, we saw a high scores of 340 and them almost chasing it down. Not really bothered as before the World Cup we preferred to chase. I think whoever plays the best cricket will go through. We have gone from strength to strength. We are going with the same team.


Aaron Finch:


We are going to have a bat. Don’t think it will change too much. Will try to put up a big score. Just one, Peter Handscomb will come in for Usman Khawaja.We are going to have a bat. Looks like a really good wicket and don’t think it will change too much. Hopefully we put up a big total. It gives a lot of experience to the occasion and gives the guys a chance to talk to peoplewho have been in that position before. It is nice but come the day it does not count for a helluva lot. Just one, Peter Handscomb comes in for Usman Khawaja. Yes he (Smith) will bat at three today. He is a world class player and last World Cup he dominated that position. So hoping for much more today.


PLAYING XIs:

ENGLAND: Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler(w), Chris Woakes, Liam Plunkett, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood

AUSTRALIA: David Warner, Aaron Finch(c), Steven Smith, Peter Handscomb, Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell, Alex Carey(w), Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Jason Behrendorff, Nathan Lyon

TEAM CHANGES:

AUSTRALIA: Peter Handscomb comes in for Usman Khawaja

ENGLAND: Unchanged


TOSS: Australia captain Aaron Finch wins toss, opts to bat against England


England and Australia are ready. Are you?

Edgbaston hosted World Cup 1999 semi-final between Australia and South Africa

Australia eye sixth World Cup title



When the two Australian greats met at Edgbaston

14:10 pm IST: The winner of today’s match (England or Australia) will take on New Zealand in the final on July 14 at Lord’s. New Zealand defeated India by 18 runs in the first semi-final on Wednesday at Old Trafford to enter the final of the quaddrenial event.

England captain Eoin Morgan warming up ahead of the match

WEATHER: The sun is out in Birmingham currently. There are some showers expected later in the day. According to British MET department, it is likely to be rain free at least till 7:30 pm IST.


Hello and welcome to Timesofindia.com’s live coverage of the ICC World Cup that has reached it’s second semi-final, which will determine who faces New Zealand in the final at Lord’s. Will it be hosts England or will it be the defending champions Australia?


New Zealand broke Indian hearts in Manchester on Wednesday, which was the reserve day of the rain-hit first semi-final, when they held their nerve to survive Ravindra Jadeja’s heroics and win by 18 runs.

If hosts England manage to upset Australia’s applecart today, the World Cup will have a first time champion.

Australia vs England Live Score, World Cup 2019: Steve Smith, Alex Carey rebuild Australia after early bl – Times of India

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