Australia vs England 1st ODI Highlights – Jan 14, 2018, Eng v Aus highlights today – First one day international from Melbourne Cricket Ground (Australia) Sunday 14th January 2018. Australia batted first after lost the toss and scored 304 runs with eight wickets down. The opener of the team AJ Finch smashed his century (107) off 119 balls, he smashed ten 4 and three 6s in his beautiful innings. When his wicket dismissed then it was 35.2 picks out deep midwicket! Stands still this time, opts for the leg side, heaves across the line and clubs it down the throat of Bairstow 196/4. DA Warner gone with scoring just two runs, SPD Smith (c) contributed 23 runs, TM Head 5, MR Marsh smashed fifty and out when it was 37.2 through him! Nicely done from Rashid. Another one that goes straight on, Marsh giving himself a touch of room, misses the drive and the ball tickles leg stump 205/5. MP Stoinis smashed 60 off 40 deliveries, TD Paine † 27 and PJ Cummins 12.
Toss: England , elected to field first.
England team/playing XI
JJ Roy, JM Bairstow, AD Hales, JE Root, EJG Morgan (c), JC Buttler †, MM Ali, CR Woakes, AU Rashid, LE Plunkett, MA Wood.
Australia team/playing XI
AJ Finch, DA Warner, SPD Smith (c), TM Head, MR Marsh, MP Stoinis, TD Paine †, PJ Cummins, MA Starc, AJ Tye, A Zampa.
Match Timings: 14.20 start, First Session 14.20-17.50 Interval 17.50-18.35, Second Session 18.35-22.05
England tour of Australia and New Zealand 1st ODI (D/N) Highlights
Umpires – Simon Fry, Chris Gaffaney
TV Umpires – Kumar Dharmasena
Match Referee – Ranjan Madugalle
Reserve Umpire – Sam Nogajski
Match number – ODI no. 3951
Finch combined with Mitchell Marsh before Marcus Stoinis and Tim Paine performed with verve in the closing overs. Finch’s innings ensured Australia had a first rate platform from which to launch in the closing overs. He used to be helped drastically via Marsh, who added to his developing listing of considerate and adaptable innings for Australia this summer season by using assisting stem the drift of early wickets in a measured century stand. Aided by using Paine, Stoinis then made the most of the ultimate overs, the usage of a mixture of uncooked electricity and deft placement in a manner familiar to New Zealand and India when he used to be Australia’s stand-out participant in a pair of series defeats. His 60 from 40 balls, consisting of a pair of sixes and one extremely good cut shot that fell centimetres quick of a third, allowed the hosts to rattle past 300 in the last over and give England a steep chase.
Wood bowled unexpectedly and nicely with the new ball, particularly making lifestyles tough for David Warner, and leaving open the tantalising question of what a distinction he may have made to England’s Ashes tilt. Adil Rashid used to be high priced however produced a pair of teasing deliveries that accounted for Steven Smith and Marsh amid some looser offerings. Moeen Ali done his overs with the beneficial economy. On a cold afternoon and with the pitch tinged with green, Morgan named a aspect offering a recalled Alex Hales at No. 3, leaving Joe Root to slot in at No. 5 and Morgan at No. 5. Australia included Adam Zampa’s leg spin and also the West Australian AJ Tye, with Cameron White and Jhye Richardson left to look ahead to opportunities at a later factor in the series. The allrounders Marsh and Stoinis have been exceeded the Nos. 5 and 6 berths. This suit is Jos Buttler’s a centesimal for England, and he used to be introduced with a commemorative cap by James Anderson before play.
Instead of Anderson it used to be Wood who shared the new ball with Chris Woakes, and right now made his presence felt with a collection of fast, rising deliveries that challenged Finch and Warner in methods that had now not been viewed all through the Ashes. Wood’s brief run and piston-pumping action touched speeds up to 149kph, and Warner, in particular, used to be made to hop around earlier than a lifter took the shoulder of his bat and looped gently to Root in the slips – how he would have cherished to witness such a moment at some stage in the Tests. Wood’s velocity and trajectory brought about in addition issues for Finch and captain Smith, who kept away from one lbw attraction for a shipping that beat him for pace, on a floor particularly more grassy than the one organized for the Boxing Day Test. However, there used to be a lack of strain coming from the different end, as Woakes supplied up instead more pedestrian stuff that Finch, in particular, used to be able to capitalise upon off both front and back foot.
Smith, too, was once quickly into stride against anyone different than Wood but would slip up abruptly in opposition to the leg-spin variations of Rashid. The ball after leaving a wayward leg-side wide, Smith provided an open face to the googly and the ensuing thin area was clasped by means of a juggling Buttler. When Travis Head chopped onto the stumps from the bowling of the serviceable Liam Plunkett, Australia were wobbling in a manner familiar throughout their poorly ODI report in 2017. But as if to underline how this location had been acknowledged through Australia both in terms of resolution and attitude, Finch and Marsh refused to panic, working the ball around patiently in focus of the overs remaining, earlier than signaling a section of acceleration when Marsh hammered Moeen into the member’s enclosure past lengthy on. Moeen neglected a half-chance for a return seize off Finch, who was also at the center of complaints when England lost their lone overview – Rashid pushing hastily for an lbw referral to a wrong’uncomfortably sliding past leg stump.
Finch duly went to his 1/3 ODI century against England on this ground, and 2nd in as many innings after the opening suit of the 2015 World Cup, by way of swinging Rashid into the crowd with lots of backside hand. Both he and Marsh departed quickly after, the latter deceived with the aid of a well-pitched slider from Rashid, but Stoinis and Paine maintained Australia’s momentum with some other shrewd partnership in the closing overs, mixing hustle with heave to take the tally past 300.