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Australia 243/9
(50.0 Overs) RR: 4.86

New Zealand 157/10
(43.4 Overs) 3.59
Australia won by 86 runs
Kane Williamson (rhb)405178.43
Ross Taylor (rhb)305455.55
Mitchell Starc (lf)9.412652.68
Jason Behrendorff (lf)9.003123.44
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Ball by Ball Live Score Commentary

9.10pm Pakistan snuck in a thriller against Afghanistan, and this big win for Australia now means this is how the top four looks. For the moment, this is Debayan Sen saying goodnight on behalf of Alagappan Muthu and Chandan Duorah. England versus India in a few hours from now. Be there or be square, good folks. Tata…

Aaron Finch: “From 5 for 92, a great partnership from Alex Carey and Usman Khawaja on a wicket we knew would turn. I think it was important that we got some time in the middle, but not in the way we did. It was a difficult wicket to start on, and the way Alex came in and hit the ball was excellent. It was not easy to time the ball. (On bowling) You try to be some flexible and pitch some overs from part-timers in the middle. We have seen the value of wickets between overs 20-40. (de Grandhomme wicket) Yeah, there’s been some discussion between JL, Smudgie and myself – great that it worked out.”

Kane Williamson: “It was a fairly challenging surface. If you were willing to hit the wicket hard, there was something in it, and there was some up-and-down bounce as well. Lots of spin as well, and a lot of credit for the way they rebuilt their innings and got to a competitive total. Obviously, we were trying to get the matchups. I probably bowled a bit more than I should have, with the left-handers in the middle. Throughout the innings, we thought we had them under control, but Carey took the game away with a brilliant partnership. Some big lads hit the wicket hard and got something out of it. What we needed was one major 100+ partnership where we could soak up some pressure and turn the momentum our way. It wasn’t to be today, and we have to pick ourselves up and move on. (For England) I guess we have to look at the surface and make the right decisions. We have an extra day off, and it would be nice to freshen up a little bit. The wickets haven’t been what a lot of people thought – they are perhaps tired.”

9.02pm Mohan: “If England goes through NZ will be the fourth team else Pakistan will be fourth. NZ’s big wins against weak teams are helping them out.” — By all accounts, tomorrow sounds like it will be England versus Rest of the World. At least in terms of supporters?

9.00pm Rivlud: “It’s a batsmen game when a high quality bowler like Mitchell Starc takes a 5 for and get’s beaten to the MoM award, what a joke!” — I would agree on most days. Today’s game was pretty much impacted by Carey’s batting. It just took New Zealand far away from the position of strength they found themselves in with the ball early on

Alex Carey is the player of the match, tells Simon Doull: “It wasn’t the start we wanted. Uzi (Khawaja) was out there and for me it was to assess the conditions. There was lots of time to bat. It did play a little on the slower side, and they were bowling really well. I stuck to my strengths, to drive when it wasn’t short. Credit to Usman Khawaja as well, and Starc with the bowler. I really enjoy my batting. Ideally in the last 10 overs, but I don’t mind opportunities like this. (On the steepling catch) It was important to hold on to that, the blue skies don’t help, and Ross (Taylor) was batting really well. We have to move to Manchester and play really well too.”

Starc is the first bowler with three five-wicket hauls in World Cups

8.55pm New Zealand made the first cuts in this contest, especially with the new ball. There was turn on offer for Mitch Santner, and even Kane Williamson did pretty well with the ball. But the doggedness of Usman Khawaja and the enterprise of Alex Carey helped Australia post 243, which we thought would be a challenging total. It proves to be more than enough, as Australia never allowed New Zealand to get away at all. A scratchy innings from Kane Williamson in an otherwise dismal batting effort from the erstwhile league table toppers here at CWC19. They still need some work to do to qualify

43.4W Starc to Santner short, and he holes out to fine leg! Starc has five, and Australia have crushed New Zealand in an imposing performance where they were on the back foot for the first hour and a bit in this contest. Cricket, bloody hell! It was short and quick, and Santner actually got inside the line of the ball and was looking to hook this towards long leg. The pace on the ball took the top edge and made it go finer, and Behrendorff made no mistake OUT
MJ Santner c Behrendorff b Starc 12 (42m 29b 0x4 1×6) SR: 41.37
43.30 Starc to Santner full ball, and he drives this towards cover no run
43.20 Starc to Santner full ball, and he looks to flick this down towards fine leg. Goes off the thigh, but he refuses a possible single no run

Purnima : “How badly would this margin of defeat would detoirate NZ’s run rate? Would they be out of semi final contention because of it?” — Definitely hurts their chances, but that is dependent on tomorrow’s result

43.10 Starc to Santner length, fast, and he backs away and has a swing, and a miss… no run

“England’s NRR dream ebbs with every slog,” quips Andrew Miller

End of Over No.43 New Zealand 157/9 Last Over (13 runs)

42.60 Lyon to Boult comes down the wicket and has a mighty heave at it. Trickles down towards deep midwicket, and Santner refuses the single to take on Starc no run
42.52 Lyon to Boult comes down the wicket and gets it towards long leg. They pick up two before the fielder there can come around to that position 2 runs
42.41 Lyon to Santner tossed up, and he drives this through point 1 run
42.34 Lyon to Santner length, and he goes back and wants to pump this through midwicket. Gets close to the inside edge, and it beats Carey, the bat and the leg stump on its way through to the fine leg fence 4 byes

Phoenix99: “I may be roasted by my countrymen, but I feel this Australian team if reaches the final can be a tough one to beat and may bring back the sad memories of 2003 final. Because their strength lies in their mental fortitude which is becoming stronger with each passing day.”

42.26 Lyon to Santner moves across and whacks this over deep backward square leg! SIX
42.10 Lyon to Santner length, turns and stays low. Santner wants to drive this back, but it sneaks under his bat no run

Lyon’s final over

End of Over No.42 New Zealand 144/9 Last Over (wicket maiden)

41.60 Starc to Boult full, backs away and gets an inside edge towards fine leg. Carey stops it no run

Nitish: “Ferguson was Starc’s 44th Wicket in world cups from just 16 matches !! Only five bowlers are ahead of him now– Vaas, Malinga, Wasim Akram, Murali and McGrath !!” — Terrific numbers for someone who’s still got some years to go, one would think

41.50 Starc to Boult full, and he backs away again and gets it towards point no run
41.40 Starc to Boult full, and he backs away again, but can get some bat on it. Plays it back towards Starc, who takes it on the bounce over his left shoulder no run

WATCHNeesham top-edges a sweep off Lyon (Australia, UK and SEA only)

41.30 Starc to Boult short, and he backs away in trying to go down the ground, but misses out no run

Yasir: “Sukrit took 1000 words to find 3 similarities between 2003 n 2019.”

Two slips in place for Boult as he walked in. One of them moves to leg slip

41.20 Starc to Boult honing in on the off stump, but Boult gets his bat down on it on time no run

Starc is on a hat-trick as well. One left-armer already has one for the day…and it is Trent Boult who now faces

41.1W Starc to Ferguson BOWLED HIM! Starc always attacks the stumps, and this time he was too quick and too accurate for Ferguson. Wicket no. 23 as he comes from wide of the crease, and Ferguson fails to get behind the line of this OUT
LH Ferguson b Starc 0 (7m 3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

KedarKshirsagar: “A suggestion if you are open to it. You should make the run and ball remaining equation as part of the header so that it always shows even when we scroll down to check earlier commentery.” — For the moment, it’s 100 required off 54

End of Over No.41 New Zealand 144/8 Last Over (3 runs)

40.60 Lyon to Santner length, and he cuts this away towards point no run

Sukrit Gupta: “@Prashant, I agree with you. There are a lot of parallels between 2003 and 2019, with the roles seem to be reversed between Ind and Aus. What Sachin did for Ind in ’03, Finch/Warner are doing it here for Aus. In ’03 when ever Aus batting faltered, their bowlers decimated the opposition. The same is being done by Indian Bowlers here. IN ’03 Aus were a ruthless unbeatable force and Ind were the second best, here Ind have been unbeatable and ruthless and Aus so far have been second best. ”

40.62 Lyon to Ferguson big turn, from outside off, across the batsman, and past Carey as well. Called a wide 2 wides
40.50 Lyon to Ferguson length ball, defended to point no run
40.40 Lyon to Ferguson presses forward to defend a length ball no run
40.31 Lyon to Santner OH, WHAT A TRY! Santner sashays down the pitch and smacks it, trying to clear David Warner at mid on. Warner hops to his right, sticks his left hand out, and almost pulls off an absolute beauty! 1 run
40.20 Lyon to Santner tossed up, and he drives this towards covers no run

WATCHSmith leaps to catch Latham one-handed (Australia, UK and SEA only)

40.10 Lyon to Santner tossed up, and the extra bounce beats Santner! no run

WATCHSmith dismisses de Grandhomme for golden duck (Australia, UK and SEA only)

End of Over No.40 New Zealand 141/8 Last Over (5 runs)

39.6W Starc to Sodhi shapes into him from wide of the crease, and he has been caught in front of the crease. Called leg-before, but they review this. Nothing wrong with the front foot, and there doesn’t appear to be any bat on it either. The impact is fine, and the wickets stay with umpire’s call. That’s Starc now emulating his haul of wickets from 2015! OUT
IS Sodhi lbw b Starc 5 (11m 4b 1×4 0x6) SR: 125.00
39.61 Starc to Sodhi length, down the leg side, and it goes through the keeper with Sodhi looking to play it down the leg side. Called a wide, but the bowler had a half-appeal. And Finch also considered a review briefly 1 wide
39.62 Starc to Santner tries a short ball, but sprays it down the leg side, and will have to bowl this once again 2 wides

Prashant: “#revenge2003 2003 WC rolls will be reversed. India will beat Aus in final. India unbeaten through out and Aus beaten twice by Ind.”

39.51 Starc to Sodhi fires in a 149kph yorker, and Sodhi does well to get it away towards short midwicket 1 run

Around the wicket, with a slip in place

39.41 Starc to Santner fuller, but strays down the pads, and he flicks this away towards deep backward square leg 1 run

Usman Nazir: “NZ were too lucky to have that washout against india other wise they might have found them in do or die game against england .. they were lucky through out the tournment ”

39.30 Starc to Santner full ball, and he punches this towards cover no run
39.20 Starc to Santner short, lifts away from outside off, and he takes the bat out of the line of that as it passes through to Carey no run

What is it?

ICC Cricket World Cup, 37th match: Australia v New Zealand at Lord’s, Jun 29, 2019.

When is it?

Match will be played on Jun 29, 2019.

What time does it start?

Starting time of match 2019-06-29 12:30:00 GMT, 2019-06-29 13:30:00 local

In Which Ground is it Playing?

The match will be played at Lord’s, London

Who will Win 37th match: Australia v New Zealand ?

With ten nearly equally matched groups, the importance of every game can’t be understated in this tournament. Both sides are expected to emerge out packaged full-strength against each other in what claims to be a cracker of a competition. Contemplating that the 2 sides on newspaper,New Zealand are somewhat more power-packed unit whereas Australia possess the benefit of being a steady side. For this and another above-mentioned motives, we believe the New Zealand are far more likely to emerge victorious in what will be among the most crucial experiences for either side.

What TV channel is it on Live?

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  • Afghanistan Moby TV

Score Cards

  • Partnerships
    1st29HM Nicholls 8MJ Guptill 17
    2nd13MJ Guptill 3KS Williamson 10
    3rd55KS Williamson 30LRPL Taylor 21
    4th21LRPL Taylor 9TWM Latham 12
    5th0C de Grandhomme 0TWM Latham 0
    6th7TWM Latham 2JDS Neesham 5
    7th6JDS Neesham 4MJ Santner 2
    8th10IS Sodhi 5MJ Santner 2
    9th3LH Ferguson 0MJ Santner 1
    10th13MJ Santner 7TA Boult 2
  • MA Starc 9.4-1-26-5
    v BatsmanDot46RBSR
    MJ Guptill90011010.00
    HM Nicholls62088100.00
    KS Williamsoncaught10043133.33
    LRPL Taylor1001250.00
    TWM Lathamcaught7002922.22
    JDS Neesham2002450.00
    MJ Santnercaught120021414.28
    IS Sodhilbw1001250.00
    LH Fergusonbowled100010.00
    TA Boult500050.00
  • BattingRB46
    MJ Guptilllbw204320
    HM Nichollscaught wk82020
    KS Williamsoncaught wk405121
    LRPL Taylorcaught wk305420
    TWM Lathamcaught142800
    C de Grandhommecaught0100
    JDS Neeshamcaught92200
    MJ Santnercaught122901
    IS Sodhilbw5410
    LH Fergusonbowled0300
    TA Boultnot out2700
    Extras(b 4, lb 3, w 10)17
    Total(all out; 43.4 ovs)157
  • BowlingOMRWEcon
    JP Behrendorff903123.44(3w)
    MA Starc9.412652.68(4w)
    PJ Cummins611412.33
    NM Lyon1003613.60(1w)
    SPD Smith20613.00
    AJ Finch10707.00
    MP Stoinis201206.00
    GJ Maxwell401804.50
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