England VS Australia 2nd ODI at Brisbane 19-01-2018
England VS Australia 2nd ODI played on 19-01-2018 at Brisbane. In the first match, between Australia and England Australia won the toss and choose to bat first. Host team bat first and they set target 304 runs. They lost 8 wickets. Finch scored a hundred. He scored 107 runs. He played strokes all over the ground. Marsh and Stonis get their fifties. When England comes to chasing the target they get it easily. England starts their innings openers build the partnership of 53 runs. Jason Roy destroyed Australians bowling. J Roy record-breaking 180 runs help to England victory in 1st ODI. J Roy hit 16 Fours and 5 big sixes all over the ground. England lead 5 match series 1-0.
Australia chooses to bat first.
England tour of Australia and New Zealand 2017/18.
Brisbane Cricket Ground (BCG), The Gabba.
Match no 3958
Time of Play:
3:20 AM GMT
- Kumar Dharmasena (SL), Sam Nogajski (AUS)
- Chris Gaffaney
- Ranjan Madugalle (SL)
David Warner, Aaron Finch, Steven Smith (C), Travis Head, Mitchell Marsh, Cameron White, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey (WK), Mitchell Starc, Jhye Richardson, Andrew Tye.
Adam Zampa, Tim Paine.
Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Alex Hales, Eoin Morgan (C), Jos Buttler (WK), Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood, Liam Plunkett.
Sam Billings, Tom Curran, Jake Ball, David Willey.
Score average at Brisbane Cricket Ground (BCG), The Gabba:
- Average 1st inning score: 228 runs
- Average 2nd inning score: 202 runs
- Highest Total:
- 324 for 7 (50 overs) by Aus vs WI
- Lowest Total:
- 71 for 10 (23.4 overs) by Pak vs WI
- Highest Chased:
- 309 for 3 (49 overs) by Aus vs Ind
- Lowest Defended:
- 178 for 8 (50 overs) by Eng vs Aus
Openers when comes to the ground. Pitch looked good for the bat. David Warner and Aaron Finch was the opening pair of the Australian side. Both started their innings very well. They build a partnership of 68 runs in 11.4 overs. David Warner was the first batsmen of Australian side who out, he scored 35 runs off 40 balls. Aaron Finch destroyed English bowling line up. He scored a hundred. He was the top Scorer for the Australian side. He scored 106 runs off 114 balls. He played all over the ground. 9 fours 1 six hit by him.
Joe Root was the successful bowler for the English side. He took 2 wickets and gave 31 runs in 7 overs. Australia gave the target of 270 runs for the loss of 8 wickets.
Fall of Wickets:
68-1 (D Warner, 11.4 overs), 110-2 (S Smith, 19.4 overs), 124-3 (T Head, 23.5 overs), 209-4 (M Marsh, 39.2 overs), 213-5 (A Finch, 40.1 overs), 216-6 (M Stoinis, 41.2 overs), 255-7 (A Carey, 47.4 overs), 261-8 (M Starc, 49.1 overs), 270-9 (A Tye, 50 overs).
As we know the pitch was good for the bat. England openers entered the ground. English side confidence was damn high. They lead 5 matches series 1-0. But Australia has the home crowd. Jason Roy And Jonny Bairstow opened England’s inning. Jason Roy failed to regain his form in this match. He scored only 2 runs. He faces 4 balls. Starc was the bowler and Finch was the catcher. Alex Hales comes to the crease. Hales and Bairstow gave English side’s hope. They make the partnership of 117 runs off 114 balls. Alex Hales was the 2nd wicket for England. He bowled out by Jhye Richardson. Alex Hales scored 57 runs off 60 balls. In 21.3 overs England loss another wicket in the shape of Jonny Bairstow. He scored 60 runs. He was the top scorer for England side. Australian’s bowlers take wickets but English batsmen get scores slowly. They completed the target in 44.2 overs. English side loss 6 wickets.
Fall of Wickets:
2-1 (J Roy, 0.4 overs), 119-2 (A Hales, 19.2 overs), 129-3 (J Bairstow, 21.3 overs), 157-4 (E Morgan, 27.1 overs), 225-5 (J Buttler, 37.1 overs), 227-6 (M Ali, 37.4 overs).
- England won it by 4 wickets with 34 balls remaining.
Man of the match:
- Joe Root (46 runs and 2 wickets).
- England leads the 5 matches series (2-0).