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Cricket World Live 10th July 2021

18:30
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England vs Pakistan, 2nd ODI, Pakistan tour of England

Fall of wickets: 1-1 (Imam ul Haq - 1.1 ov), 2-25 (Babar Azam - 4.5 ov), 3-36 (Mohammad Rizwan - 8.3 ov), 4-53 (Fakhar Zaman - 13.5 ov), 5-86 (Sohaib Maqsood - 19.1 ov), 6-115 (Shadab Khan - 24.6 ov), 7-118 (Faheem Ashraf - 27.1 ov), 8-152 (Hasan Ali - 30.5 ov), 9-192 (Saud Shakeel - 39.6 ov), 10-247 (Saqib Mahmood - 45.2 ov)

SCORE UPDATE

England won by 52 runs.

 England 247/10 (45.2 ov)

 Pakistan 195/10 (41 ov)

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18:30
17:08

BREAKING

Ireland’s Neil Rock has tested positive for COVID-19, with Stephen Doheny called up as a replacement.

17:02

West Indies Women A vs Pakistan Women A, Match 1, Pakistan Women A tour of West Indies

SCORE UPDATE

Pakistan Women A won the toss and elected to bowl

 West Indies Women A 179/8 (50 ov)

 Pakistan Women A

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16:51
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England vs Pakistan, 2nd ODI, Pakistan tour of England

Fall of wickets: 1-1 (Imam ul Haq - 1.1 ov), 2-25 (Babar Azam - 4.5 ov), 3-36 (Mohammad Rizwan - 8.3 ov), 4-53 (Fakhar Zaman - 13.5 ov), 5-86 (Sohaib Maqsood - 19.1 ov), 6-115 (Shadab Khan - 24.6 ov), 7-118 (Faheem Ashraf - 27.1 ov)

SCORE UPDATE

Pakistan need 130 runs in 19.5 remaining overs

 England 247/10 (45.2 ov)

 Pakistan *118/7 (27.1 ov)

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16:21
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Indo-Bulgarian CC vs Medical University Sofia, Final, ECS Bulgaria T10

SCORE UPDATE

Indo-Bulgarian CC won by 27 runs.

 Indo-Bulgarian CC 113/9 (10 ov)

 Medical University Sofia 86/6 (10 ov)

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14:29

Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh, Match 1, Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe

SCORE UPDATE

DAY BREAK: Day 4 Session 3, Zimbabwe need 337 runs to win.

 Zimbabwe 276/10 (111.5 ov) & *140/3 (40 ov)

 Bangladesh 468/10 (126 ov) & 282/1d (67.4 ov)

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14:28
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England vs Pakistan, 2nd ODI, Pakistan tour of England

Fall of wickets: 1-9 (Dawid Malan - 1.6 ov), 2-21 (Zak Crawley - 4.1 ov), 3-118 (Philip Salt - 17.3 ov), 4-134 (James Vince - 20.5 ov), 5-156 (Ben Stokes - 25.2 ov), 6-159 (John Simpson - 27.1 ov), 7-160 (Craig Overton - 27.4 ov), 8-229 (Lewis Gregory - 40.3 ov), 9-233 (Brydon Carse - 42.1 ov), 10-247 (Saqib Mahmood - 45.2 ov)

SCORE UPDATE

Pakistan won the toss and elected to bowl

 England *247/10 (45.2 ov)

 Pakistan

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14:09

Malta vs Belgium, Match 5, Malta vs Belgium T20I

SCORE UPDATE

Belgium won by 39 runs.

 Malta 133/10 (18.4 ov)

 Belgium 172/6 (20 ov)

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14:08

Germany Women vs France Women, Match 5, France Women tour of Germany

SCORE UPDATE

Germany Women won by 34 runs.

 Germany Women 103/6 (20 ov)

 France Women 69/8 (20 ov)

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12:31
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MU Plovdiv vs Medical University Sofia, Qualifier 2, ECS Bulgaria T10

SCORE UPDATE

Medical University Sofia won by 37 runs.

 MU Plovdiv 80/7 (10 ov)

 Medical University Sofia 117/4 (10 ov)

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11:36
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England vs Pakistan, 2nd ODI, Pakistan tour of England

Fall of wickets: 1-9 (Dawid Malan - 1.6 ov), 2-21 (Zak Crawley - 4.1 ov), 3-118 (Philip Salt - 17.3 ov), 4-134 (James Vince - 20.5 ov)

SCORE UPDATE

Pakistan won the toss and elected to bowl

 England *134/4 (20.5 ov)

 Pakistan

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10:44

Germany Women vs France Women, Match 4, France Women tour of Germany

SCORE UPDATE

Germany Women won by 9 wickets

 Germany Women 85/1 (13.2 ov)

 France Women 84/3 (20 ov)

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08:43

Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh, Match 1, Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe

SCORE UPDATE

Day 4 Session 3, Zimbabwe need 407 runs to win.

 Zimbabwe 276/10 (111.5 ov) & *70/1 (16 ov)

 Bangladesh 468/10 (126 ov) & 282/1d (67.4 ov)

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08:29

Malta vs Belgium, Match 4, Malta vs Belgium T20I

SCORE UPDATE

Belgium won by 3 runs.

 Malta 125/10 (19.2 ov)

 Belgium 128/10 (19.3 ov)

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08:04
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Indo-Bulgarian CC vs Medical University Sofia, Match 21, ECS Bulgaria T10

SCORE UPDATES

Indo-Bulgarian CC won by 25 runs.

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07:56

Qualifier 1 Preview - Indo-Bulgarian vs Academic - MU Sofia



Indo – Bulgarian CC are placed at the top spot in the European Cricket Series T10 Bulgaria 2021 points table with 7 wins and one loss from their 8 matches of the league. The team has 14 points.

Prakash Mishra is the top run-scorer for Indo – Bulgarian CC with 261 runs at a strike rate of 208. He has struck 32 fours and 17 sixes. Hristo Lakov has also made 133 runs at a strike rate of 126.

Prakash Mishra has been the best bowler for Indo – Bulgarian CC and has picked up 9 wickets while bowling at an average of 16 and an economy rate of 9.73. Rohit Dhiman has been quite economical.

Academic – MU Sofia are placed at the 2nd spot in the European Cricket Series T10 Bulgaria 2021 points table with 6 wins and 2 losses from their 8 matches of the league. The team has 12 points.

Kevin D'Souza is the top run-scorer for Academic – MU Sofia with 121 runs at a strike rate of 205. He has struck 11 fours and 9 sixes. Ishan de Silva has also made 77 runs at a strike rate of 111.

Ali Rasool has been the best bowler for Academic – MU Sofia and has picked up 9 wickets while bowling at an average of 10 and an economy rate of 6.85.

Let's have a look at the squads:

Academic – MU Sofia
: Ahsan Raja, Albin Jacob, Ali Rasool, Ashbel Nicson, Bipin Gattapur, Bradleey Constantine, Delrick Vinu, Firas Hussain, Gathsara Seekkuge, Hassan Arslan, Huzaif Yousuf, Ishan de Silva, Kevin D’Souza, Kevin George, Muhammad Tayub, Nabeel Husein, Nikhil Oliviera, Omar Rasool

Indo – Bulgarian CC: Agagyul Ahmadhel, Bakhtiar Tahiri, Deep Singh, Deepak Chauhan, Dushyant Sharma, Hristo Lakov, Lovesh Sharma, Nirdosh Sharma, Prakash Mishra, Rohit Dhiman, Saheldzhalat Malang, Rohit Singh, Shafquat Khan, Sid Kulkarni, Suraj Negi, Uahedullah Shinvari, Vignesh Vishwanathan

05:54
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MU Plovdiv vs Barbarian CC, Match 22, ECS Bulgaria T10

SCORECARD

BSCU - MU Plovdiv tied with Barbarians (BSCU - MU Plovdiv wins the Golden Ball)

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05:52

Eliminator Preview - BSCU - MU Plovdiv vs Barbarians


Barbarians are placed at the 4th spot in the European Cricket Series T10 Bulgaria 2021 points table with 2 wins and 5 losses from their 8 matches of the league. The team has 5 points.

Mohammad Fayaz is the top run-scorer for Barbarians with 103 runs at a strike rate of 143. He has struck 19 fours. Dimo Nikolov has also made 92 runs at a strike rate of 131.

Nikolay Nankov has been the best bowler for Barbarians and has picked up 5 wickets while bowling at an average of 16 and an economy rate of 10.50.

BSCU – MU Plovdiv are placed at the 3rd spot in the European Cricket Series T10 Bulgaria 2021 points table with 3 wins and 4 losses from their 8 matches of the league. The team has 7 points.

Saim Hussain is the top run-scorer for BSCU – MU Plovdiv with 194 runs at a strike rate of 190. He has struck 17 fours and 10 sixes. Sulaiman Ali has also made 146 runs at a strike rate of 148.

Muhammad Uzair has been the best bowler for BSCU – MU Plovdiv and has picked up 7 wickets while bowling at an average of 11 and an economy rate of 7.70.

Let's have a look at the squads:

Barbarians
: Alexander Stoychev, Andrei Lilov, Boyko Ivanov, Deyan Shipkov, Dino Nikolov, Hristo Ivanov, Ivan Ivanov, Ivan Kamburov, Ivaylo Andreev, Ivaylo Katzaraski, Julian Hristov, Krasimir Kamenov, Mario Berberyan, Mohammad Fayaz, Nikolay Nankov, Tom Omolo, Vasil Hristov, Vasilen Kamburov

BSCU – MU Plovdiv: Aamir Nakhuda, Adithya Patnam, Ali Hussain, Ali Lucman, Alwin Paul, Esah Altaf, Faizan Rehman, Haamid Hussain, Jalal Asif, Junaid Farooq, Muhammad Uzair, Nabeel Javed, Parth Acharya, Saim Hussain, Sulaiman Ali, Vishnu Sureshbabu, Waqas Gondal, Zain Abidi

19:36
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West Indies vs Australia, 1st T20I, Australia tour of West Indies

SCORE UPDATE

West Indies won by 18 runs.

Full match report here

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19:35

West Indies vs Australia 1st T20I Preview: Sans big stars, Australia take on dangerous WI

If West Indies can find form and consistency, they have the potential to blow away Australia who are without Pat Cummins, David Warner, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Jhye Richardson, Daniel Sams, Kane Richardson and Steven Smith.

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Australia back after strange 4-month break

With all the cricket going around, it is strange that a cricketing powerhouse like Australia played their last international match, a T20I against New Zealand, on March 7 this year. Four months on, they are set to resume International action.

Even against New Zealand, several of Australia's first-choice players were not picked due to the Test series against South Africa, which never materialized. Australia started slowly but then came back, ultimately losing the series 2-3.

Finch and Agar, the in-form Aussies

Captain Aaron Finch shrugged off indifferent form to score 197 runs from five innings at an average of almost 50 and a strike rate of close to 135. Josh Philippe was a revelation at the top of the order and made 105 runs at a strike rate of 120. Matthew Wade also played a couple of decent knocks, going at a strike rate of 137.50.

With ball in hand, Ashton Agar did most of the damage, picking up 8 wickets including a 5-wicket haul. Kane Richardson was their next best bowler with 7 wickets from 5 innings but he is not available for the upcoming fixtures.

Oz absentees

Richardson though is not alone. Several other Australian stars have pulled out of the series against West Indies and Bangladesh to give themselves enough time to rest and be ready for the upcoming IPL, T20 World Cup and the Ashes. While David Warner, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Jhye Richardson and Daniel Sams made themselves unavailable, Steven Smith is injured.

Australia are looking to change the composition of their side. This means that pace bowling all-rounder Dan Christian is set to return to international cricket after 4 years.

Opportunity for Henriques, McDermott

With Aaron Finch and Matthew Wade at the top, Australia will have to make do with all-rounders Mitchell Marsh and Moises Henriques in the middle order. Ben McDermott and Ashton Turner are competing for a role in the middle order, with McDermott likely to get the nod.

Josh Philippe has impressed in his short International career at the top of the order, but is likely to bat in the middle order with all-rounders Dan Christian and Ashton Agar lengthening Australia's batting.

Mitchell Starc returns to the Australian T20I set-up after a long time. He will get the support of Adam Zampa. In the absence of Kane and Jhye Richardson, Riley Meredith or Josh Hazlewood is expected to be a part of the XI. A lot will depend on Agar and Zampa as spin is likely to play a major role in the series.

Hosts plagued by inconsistency

West Indies started the recently-concluded 5-match T20 series against South Africa with a lot of promise but fizzled out as the series moved forward.

Evin Lewis was the standout batsman with 178 runs at an average of 35 and a strike rate in excess of 160. Lendl Simmons also got 72 from three games and will partner Lewis at the top of the order.

WI's concerns - Middle order and quality spinner

West Indies' problem is the inconsistency of their middle order. The likes of Nicholas Pooran and Shimron Hetmyer will have to come good for them to win against Australia.

With ball in hand, Dwayne Bravo and Obed McCoy impressed with 10 and 9 wickets respectively and will lead the charge for the home side. Fidel Edwards is likely to be the third pacer, with the team having the options of all-rounders Andre Russell and Kieron Pollard as well. In the absence of Fabian Allen, Kevin Sinclair will be West Indies' lone spinner.

Here's a look at the probable playing XIs:

West Indies - Evin Lewis, Lendl Simmons, Chris Gayle, Shimron Hetmyer, Kieron Pollard, Nicholas Pooran, Andre Russell, Dwayne Bravo, Kevin Sinclair, Obed McCoy, Fidel Edwards

Australia - Aaron Finch, Matthew Wade (wk), Mitchell Marsh, Moises Henriques, Ben McDermott, Josh Philippe, Dan Christian, Ashton Agar, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Riley Meredith/Josh Hazlewood

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