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England vs Bangladesh, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match at Cardiff - Highlights: As it Happened

Cricketnext Staff | Updated: June 9, 2019, 8:48 AM IST

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ENG vs BAN Cricket Scorecard (ODI)

Match 12 ODI, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff, 08 June, 2019

England

386/6

(50.0) RR 7.72

v/s
Bangladesh

280/10

(48.5) RR 5.73

England beat Bangladesh by 106 runs

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • 22:49 (IST)

    That's it then! England have defeated Bangladesh by 106 runs in Cardiff to pick up their second win in three games. 

  • 22:47 (IST)

    OUT: Short and fast from Archer has Mustafizur caught behind by Bairstow as England romp home to a 106-run win in Cardiff.

  • 22:45 (IST)

    OUT: Jofra Archer has struck and removed Hasan who was looking to go over point and is caught by Bairstow. England just one wicket away from a massive win. 

  • 22:32 (IST)

    OUT: And lo behold! Stokes has his man off the next ball as he cleans up Saifuddin. Bangladesh are eight down with the score at 264. 

  • 22:29 (IST)

    OUT: After four singles in the over Wood has finally got his man. Mahmudullah caught by Bairstow as Bangladesh lose their seventh wicket in the 45th over with the score at 261. 

  • 22:19 (IST)

    OUT: Mosaddek's stay at the crease is over. He looks to get Stokes away for a big shot but is caught at fine leg by Jofra Archer off the bowling of Stokes. 

  • 22:09 (IST)

    Four and Four! There is possibly very little chance for Bangladesh to win this, but they're giving it the required fight. Mosaddek takes on Woakes and clobbers him over mid on and mid off for two consecutives boundaries in an 11 run over. Bangladesh are 235/5 after 41 overs.

  • 22:02 (IST)

    OUT: Ben Stokes has struck in his second over and it is a big wicket. Shakib Al Hasan looking to dig out a yorker but is clean bowled. Bangladesh are 219/5. 

  • 21:58 (IST)

    Four and Four! Shakib's decided to have a go now and has clobbered Woakes for two boundaries to the mid-on boundary and forced him to change to round the wicket. 

  • 21:33 (IST)

    100! Shakib Al Hasan has been absolute rock today for his side. Plays Jofra Archer away through the covers for a single to complete his 100! 9 fours and a six in that.

22:49 (IST)

That's it then! England have defeated Bangladesh by 106 runs in Cardiff to pick up their second win in three games. 

22:47 (IST)

OUT: Short and fast from Archer has Mustafizur caught behind by Bairstow as England romp home to a 106-run win in Cardiff.

22:45 (IST)
22:45 (IST)

OUT: Jofra Archer has struck and removed Hasan who was looking to go over point and is caught by Bairstow. England just one wicket away from a massive win. 

22:44 (IST)

Stokes completes his sixth over and has not taken a wicket in that over but has conceded three singles. Bangladesh have two more overs to bat out here in Cardiff and with the score at 279/8 they will hope to do so. 

22:40 (IST)

12 runs for Bangladesh off the Mark Wood over as Mehedi Hasan takes a liking to him. First a pull to fine leg before absolutely hammering it over the bowler's head for a boundary to end the over. Bangladesh are 276/8 after 47. 

22:37 (IST)
22:35 (IST)
22:32 (IST)

OUT: And lo behold! Stokes has his man off the next ball as he cleans up Saifuddin. Bangladesh are eight down with the score at 264. 

22:32 (IST)

Stokes in for another over and almost gets another wicket. Short ball into the ribs of Saifuddin bounces off him and hits the stumps but the wicket remains undisturbed there. 

22:29 (IST)

OUT: After four singles in the over Wood has finally got his man. Mahmudullah caught by Bairstow as Bangladesh lose their seventh wicket in the 45th over with the score at 261. 

22:24 (IST)

Stokes gave absolutely nothing away in that third over and looked dangerous on each delivery. However he did concede three singles other than taking the wicket at the start of the over. Bangladesh are 257/6 with 6 overs to go.

22:19 (IST)

OUT: Mosaddek's stay at the crease is over. He looks to get Stokes away for a big shot but is caught at fine leg by Jofra Archer off the bowling of Stokes. 

22:18 (IST)

Right so Mosaddek has taken the duties of attacking the English bowling on himself. He's smashed Woakes for another couple of boundaries in the over and made that a 12 run over for Bangladesh. All these will eventually contribute to the NRR for them. Bangladesh are 254/5 after 43 overs.

22:15 (IST)
22:13 (IST)

Bangladesh's Mosaddek doing his best to help his side's NRR here at the World Cup. Not giving up his wicket and after taking on Woakes he's picked Stokes of for five runs of three balls before Mahmudullah added another single alongside a wide from Stokes. Bangladesh are 242/5 after 42 overs. 

22:11 (IST)
22:09 (IST)

Four and Four! There is possibly very little chance for Bangladesh to win this, but they're giving it the required fight. Mosaddek takes on Woakes and clobbers him over mid on and mid off for two consecutives boundaries in an 11 run over. Bangladesh are 235/5 after 41 overs.

22:05 (IST)

Mosaddek starts off his innings with a boundary a streaky boundary off the outside edge to third man. Stokes' over helping England inch closer to the win after that Shakib wicket. Bangladesh are 224/5 and need 163 to win with 10 overs to go. 

22:02 (IST)

OUT: Ben Stokes has struck in his second over and it is a big wicket. Shakib Al Hasan looking to dig out a yorker but is clean bowled. Bangladesh are 219/5. 

21:59 (IST)

Make that three fours! All of them in the same region from Shakib whether it was on a good length or short he's despatched them away with great aplomb before completeing the over with a single while trying to go big over cover. Bangladesh are 217/4 after 39 overs.

21:58 (IST)

Four and Four! Shakib's decided to have a go now and has clobbered Woakes for two boundaries to the mid-on boundary and forced him to change to round the wicket. 

21:55 (IST)

Ben Stokes is finally brought into the attack for his first spell and it's a maiden over for the all-rounder. The chase is possibly out of reach now with Bangladesh needing 184 from 72 balls. 

21:51 (IST)

Archer's pace and bounce is so much on thid pitch that a bouncer manages to evade everyone and go for a boundary. Expensive over yes, but the way he's troubled the batsmen all day is an encouraging sign for England going forward. 

21:49 (IST)

Rashid completes his spell with Mahmudullah hitting a ball tossed up by him for a six. All said and done, he's done a decent job for his side and it is now up to the rest of the bowlers to ensure they see the game home. 

21:41 (IST)

Archer still bowling full steam and has completed another tight over here. Just the two runs for Bangladesh who are now 186/4 after 35 overs.

21:38 (IST)

Rashid bowls his 9th over and has once again managed to keep the batsmen from scoring too many runs here. Just the two singles as Bangladesh move onto 184/2 after 34 overs.

21:35 (IST)

Archer comes back into the attack now for England as they are looking for wickets. He's given away 6 runs to Bangladesh who have Shakib batting on 102 with the score at 182/4 after 33. 

21:33 (IST)

100! Shakib Al Hasan has been absolute rock today for his side. Plays Jofra Archer away through the covers for a single to complete his 100! 9 fours and a six in that.

21:32 (IST)

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England vs Bangladesh, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match at Cardiff - Highlights: As it Happened

England vs Bangladesh (ENG vs BAN) Live Score, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, Latest Updates:  OUT: Jofra Archer has struck and removed Hasan who was looking to go over point and is caught by Bairstow. England just one wicket away from a massive win.

England vs Bangladesh in the ICC World Cup 2019 on June 8 (Saturday) will be broadcast on the Star Sports network and Live streaming will be available on Hotstar. The match will be played at Sophia Gardens, in Cardiff and will begin at 1500 HRS IST. (ENG vs BAN Live).

PREVIEW: After a small blip against Pakistan, hosts and World Number 1 side England are set to take on yet another Asian opposition when they play tricky Bangladesh in Cardiff on Saturday (June 8).

Eoin Morgan’s charges started their World Cup campaign with a thumping win against the South Africans before meeting Pakistan, who’s bowlers turned on the heat and handed them a 12-run defeat.

Bangladesh’s started in a similar fashion, but made more noise, quite literally, when they defeated South Africa before allowing New Zealand to edge past.

Come Saturday, expect England to turn to their x-factor Jofra Archer as they look to dismantle what is an otherwise gritty and efficient batting line-up. With the likes of Mark Wood and Chris Woakes backing him up ably, Bangladesh can expect to have their task cut out.

With Adil Rashid is expected to miss the game due to injury, Moeen Ali will have his hands full against some good players of spin.

“All we have talked about is sticking to what we do well,” Morgan said.

“Even before the tournament, we talked about losing games, how we would react and what we would counter that with.

“It goes back to focusing on ourselves and our strengths and how we can get the best out of ourselves.”

Mashrafe Mortaza will hope his experienced batting line-up with Shakib Al Hasan, Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar and the likes can come up trumps during what is bound to be one of their toughest games.

Skipper Mortaza, however, will also have his task cut out against the hosts, who are in fine nick with the bat.

For Bangladesh to have any level of success in the contest it will be crucial for the ace all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan to have one his best days at the World Cup.

"I think they (England) are one of the biggest side in this tournament. It's not going to be easy, we knew that," said Mashrafe. "But again, if we can play our best possible cricket, you never know."

Sophia Gardens is likely to assist the seamers, which is good news for England, while Bangladesh are returning to the scene of one of their greatest triumphs - a 2005 ODI win over Australia, then as world champions, that is arguably the biggest upset in the history of international cricket. Mortaza featured in that stunning five-wicket victory.

Last Five ODIs

England: LWWWW

The hosts won their last ODI series against Pakistan 4-0 and started the World Cup with a 104-run win over South Africa. But will look to get back to winning ways after an unexpected defeat against Pakistan in their second game.

Bangladesh: L W W W W

Bangladesh came into the World Cup on a high having won a tri-series involving West Indies and Ireland and began their campaign with a morale-boosting win against South Africa, before losing a closely contested game against New Zealand.

Players to watch out for:

Jofra Archer: The fast bowler has added some much-needed menace to the England bowling attack and considering the form he is in and the speed at which he bowls, he will be a threat in conditions that will favour the bowlers.

Shakib Al Hasan: The all-rounder is possibly Bangladesh’s most important player and with this likely to be his last chance at World Cup glory, one expects him to take every chance to shine. His performances in a game often decides how his side fares.

Team News/Availability:

England: Liam Plunkett is expected to replace injured Adil Rashid as Eoin Morgan expects seam bowling to play a huge role in Cardiff.

Bangladesh: Skipper Mashrafe Mortaza has a fully fit squad to pick from.

Squads:

England: Eoin Morgan (C), Moeen Ali, Jofra Archer, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler (wk), Tom Curran, Liam Dawson, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid, Joe Root, Jason Roy, Ben Stokes, James Vince, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood.

Bangladesh: Mashrafe Mortaza (capt), Abu Jayed, Liton Das (wk), Mahmudullah, Mehidy Hasan, Mohammad Mithun (wk), Mohammad Saifuddin, Mosaddek Hossain, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Mustafizur Rahman, Rubel Hossain, Sabbir Rahman, Shakib Al Hasan, Soumya Sarkar, Tamim Iqbal.

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Rank Team Points Rating
1 India 4027 115
2 New Zealand 2829 109
3 South Africa 2917 108
4 England 4366 104
5 Australia 3270 99
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1 England 6745 125
2 India 7071 122
3 New Zealand 4837 112
4 Australia 5543 111
5 South Africa 5193 110
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1 Pakistan 7748 277
2 England 4253 266
3 South Africa 4720 262
4 India 8620 261
5 Australia 5471 261
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