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ICC Cricket World Cup - England v Australia - Lord's Cricket Ground, London, Britain - June 25, 2019 England and Australia fans pose before the match
Lord's Cricket Ground, London, Britain - June 25, 2019 England's Chris Woakes appeals
ICC Cricket World Cup - England v Australia - Lord's Cricket Ground, London, Britain - June 25, 2019 England's Ben Stokes celebrates his half-century

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England v Australia - Match Highlights

England Won the toss and decided to bowl

Match Winner 2-Way

Australia 285-7 (50 overs)

England 221 all out

Result - Australia won by 64 runs

Next batsman out?

1st Wicket - Vince and Bairstow opening up - Vince to be out first

2nd Wicket - Vince out - Root in - Bairstow out next

3rd Wicket - Root out - Morgan in - Morgan out next

4th Wicket - Morgan out - Stokes in - Bairstow out next

5th Wicket - Bairstow out - Jos Buttler in - Buttler out next

6th Wicket - Buttler out - Chris Woakes in - Woakes next out

7th Wicket - Stokes out - Moeen Ali in - Ali out next

8th Wicket - Ali out - Adil Rashid in - Rashid next out

9th Wicket - Woakes out - Jofra Archer in - Rashid next out

!0th Wicket - Rashid out

Match Winner 2-Way

England in some trouble after 4 overs at 15-2

England slide continues with the exit of Eoin Morgan - England 26-3 after 6 overs

England will need Stokes and Bairstow to dig in and build a strong platform to make a successful run chase from this position

England in deep trouble at 53-4 - can Buttler and Stokes pull this around?

10+ Over Update

England are beginning to rebuild after a poor start - top bowling from the World Cup's leading wicket taker - Mitchell Starc

England will have to bat well from here to win this one.

20+ Over Update

Buttler and Stokes are progressing this run chase in an orderly fashion

Target update - England requires 195 runs in 178 balls (Target: 286 in 50 Overs)

Buttler out for 25 - England will need Stokes to bat long and big

Target update - England requires 160 runs in 131 balls (Target: 286 in 50 Overs)

30+ Over Update

Stokes is still in but Buttler out - can Stokes take England all the way?

Live from Lord's update from Chetan Narula - 

Australia all over England like a rash today. Just no escape after those early wickets. Once again, England's lack of plan B has been exposed. Ben Stokes still at the crease but this will take a miraculous effort to change things around with required run-rate 8-plus/over. 

Target update - England requires 129 runs in 95 balls (Target: 286 in 50 Overs)

England hitting back here - Woakes and Stokes have put on 44 and are looking good....

Score update - England 173-5 off 36 overs

Stokes bowled Starc for 89 - England 177- 6 (after 37 overs) - England on the back foot again and this may be too much for the tailenders to chase now.

England require 102 runs from 66 balls - Ali and Woakes at the crease

Moeen Ali out - England 189-7

40+ Over Update

England require 95 runs from 60 balls - 191-7 - Rashid and Woakes at the crease - not much hope for England here but they will need to score as many as they can, to get net run rate as good as possible

England 207- 8 (after 42 overs) - 79 runs from 48 balls required

That's 5 wickets for Jason Behrendorff

It's all over - Australia have won - England in some disarray at the moment and will certainly have dropped down from being favourites to win the World Cup after another defeat.


Australia Innings

Australia 285-7 (after 50 overs)

Next batsman out?

1st Wicket - Both batsmen looking settled and taking their chances, scoring reasonably freely, although the ball is moving about a bit, at Lord's, this morning - probably Warner to be out first

2nd Wicket - Khawaja joins Finch at the wicket - Khawaja to be the 2nd wicket to fall for Australia

3rd Wicket - Khawaja out - Steve Smith in next - Finch will be next out

4th Wicket - Finch out -  Maxwell in next - Maxwell out next

5th Wicket - Maxwell out - Marcus Stoinis up next - Stoinis out next

6th Wicket - Stoinis out - Alex Carey up next - Smith out next

7th Wicket - Smith out - Pat Cummins in - Cummins out next

8th Wicket - Cummins out - Mitchell Starc in - Starc out next

Who will win? 

20 Over update

Australia have been scoring at 5+ an over but England won't be too concerned at the moment but will be looking for a couple of quick wickets to put Australia on the back foot.

Live from Lord's update from Chetan Narula

100 up for Australia in what is shaping to be a key partnership. England desperately need a wicket. David Warner-Aaron Finch are the most in-form opening pair in the tournament and they look set for the long haul now. 300-plus and England will be in bother for sure. 

30 Over update

Warner out, however, Australia still going along nicely - Projected Score 264 (5 an over) 285 (6 an over) 306 (7 an over)

Khawaja out in 33rd over - Smith next up

Finch out in 36th over - Maxwell up next

35+ Over Update

Khawaja and Finch out - Australia now need to rebuild - Projected Score 259 (5 an over) 272 (6 an over) 286 (7 an over)

Maxwell out in 39th over - England now back in the frame and fighting hard - Projected Score 281(6 an over) 292(7 an over) 304(8 an over)

40+ Over Update

Last 10 overs will see Australia try and accelerate the run rate and England try and put the squeeze on - Projected Score 268 (5 an over) 277 (6 an over) 286 (7 an over)

45+ Over Update

Live from Lord's update from Chetan Narula -

Finch departs after another hundred and Australia have lost a few too many wickets in the last passage of play. Maxwell and Stoinis the key turning points. Australia probably have lost 20-30 runs off their total. They will still get 300, probably, but how many beyond that will be down to a fight. 

Smith out for 38 - 250-9 45.4 overs

Projected Score 272 (5 over) 277 (6 over) 282 (7 over)

England- Jonny Bairstow, Jason Roy, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (c), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler (wk), Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Adil Rashid, Liam Plunkett, Jofra Archer

Australia- David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey (wk), , Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Jason Behrendorff

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