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ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Super League, 2nd ODI: West Indies v Australia at Bridgetown, Jul 22-24, 2021

Australia 187/10 West Indies 191/6
(47.1 Overs) RR: 3.96(38.0 Overs) RR:5.02
West Indies won by 4 wickets (with 72 balls remaining)

Batsman R B 4s 6s S.R
Nicholas Pooran (lhb) 59 75 2 2 78.66
Jason Holder (rhb) 52 69 5 1 75.36
Bowller O M R W Econ
Mitchell Starc (lf) 10.0 1 26 3 2.60
Adam Zampa (lf) 9.0 1 43 2 4.77

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End of Over No.38 West Indies 191/6 Last Over (16 runs)

9.49 pm Solid chase by the hosts to claim 10 points in World Cup Qualifying on what was a very tricky wicket. Australia only have themselves to blame with some extremely sloppy fielding. Pooran was dropped twice, including the first time on 26 with the score 123 for 5 on a straightforward chance at mid-off into the lap of Moises Henriques. Pooran and Holder parlayed that extra life into a 93-run partnership and the pressure eased on the very next ball which Pooran smoked to the rope to rub salt into the wound. Pooran ends unbeaten.

Pooran is named Man of the Match for his eighth ODI half-century: "I want to dedicate this to my wife. This is my first half-century since I got married so this is for her. For me it was just about building a partnership and fighting with Jason. We just had to find a way and fight. I was just backing my strengths and wanted to hit the gaps as hard as possible. I work day in and day out, try a lot of things in the nets just to get better each day. I have goals I want to accomplish and I can only do that by working hard. All the bowlers bowled fantastic today up front. Well done to them. I just felt like we allowed them to get too much runs and we gave them a chance in the game. That's something as a group we won't tolerate. The body language in the field dropped. That's something we don't like."

Australia captain Alex Carey: "Obviously it doesn't help when you're 5 for not a lot. Wade and the bowlers did a great job to get us to a total and we were back in the game. We took some early wickets again and the belief was there. We created opportunities and we were in the game in the back end. Unfortunately we couldn't quite close it out and it proved we were 20 or 30 short. I think both teams tonight, spin is a threat on these type of wickets. I think the way Matt Wade and Starc combatted that, Adam Zampa had a plan against them. I suppose with the newer ball it might spin and bounce a bit more so we need to get through those first overs against the spinners. A great effort again to get to 190 and we were definitely in the game. I thought the bowlers did a fantastic job. At five down, we had an opportunity to crack it open again. We definitely created enough to stay in the game. Bring on game three. The batting group has a bit to prove to get a good score on the board for our quicks but our quicks and spinners are doing a great job."

West Indies captain Kieron Pollard: "It's pleasing to win. Obviously when you start a cricket match you want to win, but to say I'm overall pleased with our performance throughout the entire game, I think we have some work to do. Having Australia [45 for 6] and they getting 190, I thought we didn't put our foot on the X. They getting to 190, we gave them an opportunity to come into the game. Our batters didn't make it easy as well. It seems like we don't like to do things the easy way. The spinners were fantastic. Hosein coming up trumps again, Walshy hard work continues to pay off. The start that we got, getting a couple wickets early was fantastic by the bowlers. But as I said, 180-190 I think is a bit disappointing on our part to be totally honest. Australia have world-class bowlers. What was good this time around was the fight by the guys, Nicholas Pooran getting that half-century and Jason Holder as well. Pooran has been looking like his old self again. He was a bit scratchy tonight but sometimes that's what you need in a game like this. You want someone to scrap and I think they both scrapped well for us to come through for a victory. It's a Catch-22 situation with [Jason Mohammed]. Obviously Jason is playing a role where if you lose a couple wickets, you want him to bat long. From a Super50 perspective he has done well. Chase normally does that for us. When you look at the makeup of our team and me coming back not being able to bowl, he gives us that sixth bowling option. We will look at it as a team and come up with our best combination to play this third game."

West Indies move past Ireland up into a tie with Pakistan for fifth place on the Super League points table at 40 points. Pakistan have played one more match than West Indies. Australia remain in third place on 50 points, 30 points behind Bangladesh who have played 12 matches to Australia's 8 games. Come back on Monday for the series finale between these two sides. That's all for now. For Andrew McGlashan, I'm Peter Della Penna. Take care!

37.64 Turner to Joseph almighty heave ends the match in style! Joseph slams a full ball from fourth stump high and deep over midwicket bouncing into the rope. West Indies clinch a four-wicket win with 12 overs to spare. They claim 10 very significant points on the World Cup Qualifying Super League points table. The speed of the win too is significant as they'll get a healthy net run rate bump too. FOUR
37.65 Turner to Joseph good length ball spins past leg stump, Joseph's legs, and Carey's gloves. Splits leg slip too and keeps spinning away to the rope for five extras. Scores level. 5 wides
37.51 Turner to Pooran full on fourth stump, drives in the air just short of Agar on the long-off rope for one. 1 run
37.40 Turner to Pooran fuller length on fourth stump, goes back to defend. no run
37.30 Turner to Pooran good length ball on middle, goes back to defend. no run
37.20 Turner to Pooran good length ball on fourth stump, goes back to defend. no run
37.16 Turner to Pooran top-class! Floats this up too full on fifth stump, Pooran winds up and frees the arms to send this high over the extra cover rope, landing just wide of a palm tree. SIX
End of Over No.37 West Indies 175/6 Last Over (3 runs)

Ends his spell with 3 for 26. Magnificent with the new ball but looks like it'll be in vain.

36.60 Starc to Joseph off stump yorker at 147 kph, Joseph blocks it out with aplomb. Starc shakes his head in frustration. no run
36.51 Starc to Pooran fullish length ball on sixth stump at 142 kph, Pooran pushes at this with hard hands and is in front of the shot, he shovels this perilously close to extra cover but it just clears him landing wide of mid-off for one. Cries of "Catch!" go in vain. 1 run
36.41 Starc to Joseph bouncer on the body at 141 kph, Joseph fights this off awkwardly producing a top edge over square leg landing in no man's land for one. 1 run
36.30 Starc to Joseph yorker on middle stump, jammed out back to Starc. no run
36.20 Starc to Joseph wide yorker on fifth stump at 143 kph skims past Joseph's edge trying to jam it out. no run
36.11 Starc to Pooran good length ball on the stumps, clipped through square leg for one. 1 run
End of Over No.36 West Indies 172/6 Last Over (7 runs)
35.60 Turner to Joseph good length ball on the legs, defended. no run
35.50 Turner to Joseph good length ball on off, punched to mid-off. no run
35.41 Turner to Pooran dropped at slip! short on fourth stump, rocks back to cut and is cramped for room, thick edge goes to the right hand of Wade at slip. He was poorly balanced and falling over expecting the ball to come much hotter off the bat than it did. He stumbles clumsily to the ground as the ball continues off his hands behind Carey to allow Pooran a single to bring up his fifty. He was dropped at mid-off by Henriques off a straightforward chance on 26 as well. Wade made that last chance at slip look much harder than it was. He moved too early falling left and the ball went to his right hand. 1 run
35.30 Turner to Pooran good length ball on off, goes back to defend. no run
35.26 Turner to Pooran flighted full on fifth stump, Pooran attacks with a powerful drive on one knee and clocks it high and handsome over the long-off rope, clanging into the sightscreen. SIX
35.10 Turner to Pooran good length ball on fifth stump bowled wide of the crease, spins sharply to straighten and beat Pooran's cut. no run
End of Over No.35 West Indies 165/6 Last Over (2 runs)
34.60 Starc to Joseph good length ball on off stump at 147 kph, defended confidently as Joseph shuffles in line. no run
34.50 Starc to Joseph yorker tailing down leg stump, diving stop by Carey. No wide called.... no run
34.40 Starc to Joseph back of a length ball on sixth stump at 144 kph, left alone. no run

23 more required and the partnership is finally broken. Reinforces all those calls as to why Starc wasn't brought back earlier. Joseph arrives now.

34.3W Starc to Holder full and angled into the pads, Holder prods forward and it beats the bat clanging into the pads just above the knee roll. Big lbw shout upheld and Holder calls for DRS straight away. A lump forms in Joel Wilson's throat... This one is touch and go. And ball-tracking shows it skimming the bails. Umpire's call stays on field. Joel Wilson narrowly avoids an Audi, and Holder's innings has ended. OUT
JO Holder lbw b Starc 52 (97m 69b 5x4 1x6) SR: 75.36
34.22 Starc to Holder fullish length ball on fourth stump, Holder spanks this on the up over mid-on for a long single, they try to come back for a tight two. A relay to the non-striker's end is a direct hit and Pooran is barely home as the ball skims off the bails on the fly. 2 runs
34.10 Starc to Holder back of a length on fifth stump at 142 kph, tries to guide this to third man but bottom edges it in front of his feet. no run
End of Over No.34 West Indies 163/5 Last Over (5 runs)
33.62 Turner to Pooran short on fifth stump, rocks back to slap this through extra cover and they come back for an easy two. 2 runs
33.50 Turner to Pooran short on the legs, goes back to pull and bottom edges into his pads. no run
33.41 Turner to Holder good length on fifth stump, goes back to cut through cover and picks up his 10th ODI fifty, off 66 balls here. His last ODI fifty was also against Australia in the 2019 World Cup at Trent Bridge. West Indies famously collapsed in that match but Holder seems determined to get them over the line this time. 1 run

CJay: "As a kiwi, I agree with Andrew. Holder is a class above both Pollard and Russell with the ball and so much more reliable than Russell with the bat."

33.30 Turner to Holder good length on fourth stump, goes back to flick to midwicket. no run
33.22 Turner to Holder full on off stump, steps away from leg to create room to carve inside out over cover and they take an easy pair. 2 runs

Score Cards

Batting

Batsmen R B
Evin Lewis
Evin Lewis
1 13
Shai Hope
Shai Hope
38 43
Darren Bravo
Darren Bravo
0 1
Jason Mohammed
Jason Mohammed
11 14
Nicholas Pooran
Nicholas Pooran
59 75
Kieron Pollard
Kieron Pollard
2 5
Jason Holder
Jason Holder
52 69
Alzarri Joseph
Alzarri Joseph
5 10

Bowling

Bowler O R W M
Mitchell Starc
Mitchell Starc
10 26 3 1
Wes Agar
Wes Agar
5 24 0 0
Riley Meredith
Riley Meredith
5 36 0 0
Adam Zampa
Adam Zampa
9 43 2 1
Ashton Turner
Ashton Turner
6 37 1 0
Mitchell Marsh
Mitchell Marsh
3 19 0 0
N Pooran 59*
v BowlerDot46RBSR
MA Starc60091369.23
WA Agar5003837.50
RP Meredith70051145.45
A Zampa920182090.00
AJ Turner9022018111.11
MR Marsh1004580.00
BattingRB46
E Lewislbw11300
SD Hopebowled384360
DM Bravobowled0100
JN Mohammedbowled111420
N Poorannot out597522
KA Pollardbowled2500
JO Holderlbw526951
AS Josephnot out51010
HR Walsh
AJ Hosein
SS Cottrell
Extras(lb 6, w 15, nb 2)23
Total(6 wkts; 38 ovs)191
BowlingOMRWEcon
MA Starc1012632.60(3w)
WA Agar502404.80(1nb, 1w)
RP Meredith503607.20(1nb, 2w)
A Zampa914324.77
AJ Turner603716.16(1w)
MR Marsh301906.33
Partnerships
WktRunsPlayers
1st10E Lewis 1 SD Hope 2
2nd1DM Bravo 0 SD Hope 0
3rd36JN Mohammed 11 SD Hope 23
4th22SD Hope 13 N Pooran 3
5th3KA Pollard 2 N Pooran 1
6th93JO Holder 52 N Pooran 39
7th26*N Pooran 16 AS Joseph 5

Team Squads

West Indies
West Indies
  • Evin Lewis
  • Shai Hope
  • Darren Bravo
  • Jason Mohammed
  • Nicholas Pooran
  • Kieron Pollard
  • Jason Holder
  • Alzarri Joseph
  • Hayden Walsh
  • Akeal Hosein
  • Sheldon Cottrell
  • Australia
    Australia
  • Josh Philippe
  • Ben McDermott
  • Mitchell Marsh
  • Moises Henriques
  • Alex Carey
  • Ashton Turner
  • Matthew Wade
  • Mitchell Starc
  • Adam Zampa
  • Wes Agar
  • Riley Meredith
  • What is it?

    ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Super League, 2nd ODI: West Indies v Australia at Bridgetown, Jul 22-24, 2021.

    When is it?

    Match will be played on Jul 22, 2021.

    What time does it start?

    Starting time of match 2021-07-22 18:30:00 GMT, 2021-07-22 14:30:00 local

    In Which Ground is it Playing?

    The match will be played at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados

    Who will Win ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Super League, 2nd ODI: West Indies v Australia ?

    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,Australia are somewhat more power-packed unit whereas West Indies possess the benefit of being a steady side. For this and another above-mentioned motives, we believe the Australia are far more likely to emerge victorious in what will be among the most crucial experiences for either side.

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