England vs Australia 2nd ODI Highlights – Jun 16, 2018

England vs Australia 2nd ODI Highlights – Jun 16, 2018, Aus v Eng highlights today – Second one day international from Sophia Gardens, Cardiff (England) Saturday 16th June 2018. After winning the toss Australian team captain TD Paine decided to bowl first. England scored 342 runs in 50 overs with eight wickets down. The opener of the team JJ Roy faced 108 balls and scored 120 runs in his beautiful innings, he smashed twelve 4s and two 6s in his innings. When his wicket dismissed then it was (35.5 that, on the other hand, will do very nicely! A cross-seamer from Tye, zipping into the right-hander, catching the toe of the bat as it does so, and what a take from Paine! Changing direction to fling himself down the leg-side, and grabbing in one hand. Quite the recovery from his blow in the face just now! 239/4).

JM Bairstow scored 42 runs and out, captain of the team JC Buttler (c) † scored 91 runs off 70 balls and goes not out, AD Hales contributed 26 runs, JE Root 22, SW Billings 11 and DJ Willey also scored 11 runs. JA Richardson, KW Richardson, and AJ Tye these three bowlers took six wickets (two wickets were taken by each of them), MP Stoinis took one wicket.

Australia won the toss and bowled first.

England team/playing XI
JJ Roy, JM Bairstow, AD Hales, JE Root, JC Buttler (c) †, SW Billings, MM Ali, DJ Willey, LE Plunkett, AU Rashid, MA Wood.
Australia team/playing XI
TM Head, DJM Short, AJ Finch, SE Marsh, MP Stoinis, TD Paine (c) †, GJ Maxwell, AC Agar, AJ Tye, KW Richardson, JA Richardson.

Match Timings: 11.00 start, First Session 11.00-14.30 Interval 14.30-15.15, Second Session 15.15-18.45

Umpires – Alex Wharf, Marais Erasmus
TV Umpires – Kumar Dharmasena
Match Referee – Ranjan Madugalle
Reserve Umpire – Tim Robinson
Match number – ODI no. 4010

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