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Cricket World Live 11th July 2021

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England Women vs India Women, 2nd T20I, India Women tour of England

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India Women won by 8 runs.

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16:29
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England Women vs India Women, 2nd T20I, India Women tour of England

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England Women need 43 runs in 36 remaining balls

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16:14

Ireland vs South Africa, 1st ODI, South Africa tour of Ireland

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Abandoned due to rain

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16:07

England Women vs India Women, 2nd T20I, India Women tour of England

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England Women need 149 runs in 20 remaining overs

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15:40

Ireland vs South Africa, 1st ODI, South Africa tour of Ireland

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South Africa won the toss and elected to bowl

Fall of wickets: 1-41 (Paul Stirling - 12.6 ov), 2-128 (William Porterfield - 30.2 ov), 3-168 (Andrew Balbirnie - 38.1 ov), 4-179 (Harry Tector - 38.6 ov)

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England Women vs India Women, 2nd T20I, India Women tour of England

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England Women won toss & fielded

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Mehidy Hasan Miraz and Taskin Ahmed script a huge defeat for Zimbabwe at their home ground.

Match Summary

Zimbabwe 276/10 (111.5 ov) & 256/10 (94.4 ov)

Bangladesh 468/10 (126 ov) & 284/1d (67.4 ov)

Bangladesh won by 220 runs.

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LV= INSURANCE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND 12 Day 1: All the Match Scores, Reports and Scorecards July 11th  2021

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July 11th , Sunday – July 14th , Wednesday

Glamorgan vs Northamptonshire, Group 3 Sophia Gardens, Cardiff 11:00 AM

Surrey vs Somerset, Group 2 Kennington Oval, London 11:00 AM

Middlesex vs Leicestershire, Group 2 Merchant Taylors' School Ground, Northwood 11:00 AM

Gloucestershire vs Hampshire, Group 2 College Ground, Cheltenham 11:00 AM

Yorkshire vs Lancashire, Group 3 North Marine Road Ground, Scarborough 11:00 AM

Worcestershire vs Warwickshire, Group 1 New Road, Worcester 11:00 AM

Durham vs Nottinghamshire, Group 1 Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street 11:00 AM

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Ireland vs South Africa, 1st ODI, South Africa tour of Ireland

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Rain Delay : South Africa won the toss and elected to bowl

Fall of wickets: 1-41 (Paul Stirling - 12.6 ov), 2-128 (William Porterfield - 30.2 ov)

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13:25
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Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh, Match 1, Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe

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Bangladesh won by 220 runs.

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13:04
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Ireland vs South Africa, 1st ODI, South Africa tour of Ireland

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South Africa won the toss and elected to bowl

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LV= INSURANCE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND 12 Day 1: All the Match Scores, Reports and Scorecards July 11th  2021

Live Scores and Stats LV= County Championship Round 12

July 11th , Sunday – July 14th , Wednesday

Glamorgan vs Northamptonshire, Group 3 Sophia Gardens, Cardiff 11:00 AM

Surrey vs Somerset, Group 2 Kennington Oval, London 11:00 AM

Middlesex vs Leicestershire, Group 2 Merchant Taylors' School Ground, Northwood 11:00 AM

Gloucestershire vs Hampshire, Group 2 College Ground, Cheltenham 11:00 AM

Yorkshire vs Lancashire, Group 3 North Marine Road Ground, Scarborough 11:00 AM

Worcestershire vs Warwickshire, Group 1 New Road, Worcester 11:00 AM

Durham vs Nottinghamshire, Group 1 Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street 11:00 AM

12:40
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Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh, Match 1, Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe

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Day 5 Session 2, Zimbabwe need 238 runs to win.

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12:39
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Ireland vs South Africa, 1st ODI, South Africa tour of Ireland

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South Africa won the toss and elected to bowl

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11:25
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Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh, Match 1, Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe

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Day 5 Session 2, Zimbabwe need 260 runs to win.

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11:06
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Ireland vs South Africa, 1st ODI, South Africa tour of Ireland

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South Africa won the toss and elected to bowl

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LV= INSURANCE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND 12 Day 1: All the Match Scores, Reports and Scorecards July 11th  2021

Live Scores and Stats LV= County Championship Round 12

July 11th , Sunday – July 14th , Wednesday

Glamorgan vs Northamptonshire, Group 3 Sophia Gardens, Cardiff 11:00 AM

Surrey vs Somerset, Group 2 Kennington Oval, London 11:00 AM

Middlesex vs Leicestershire, Group 2 Merchant Taylors' School Ground, Northwood 11:00 AM

Gloucestershire vs Hampshire, Group 2 College Ground, Cheltenham 11:00 AM

Yorkshire vs Lancashire, Group 3 North Marine Road Ground, Scarborough 11:00 AM

Worcestershire vs Warwickshire, Group 1 New Road, Worcester 11:00 AM

Durham vs Nottinghamshire, Group 1 Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street 11:00 AM

10:38
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Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh, Match 1, Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe

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Day 5 Session 2, Zimbabwe need 300 runs to win

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06:51
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Hetmyer on fire as West Indies beat Australia by 56 runs

Shimron Hetmyer' showed his immense class and skill as he produced a top-quality match-winning knock as West Indies took a 2-0 series lead over Australia on Saturday night

Match Summary and Scorecard

West Indies 196/4 (20 ov)

Australia 140/10 (19.2 ov)

Player-of-the-Match: Shimron Hetmyer

West Indies won by 56 runs.

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The left-hander topscored with 61 off 36 balls and Dwayne Bravo contributed a immeasurable unbeaten 47 not out as the home team seal a comprehensive victory in the second Twenty20 international, to following up their 18-run win on Friday night.

Hetmyer was the sheet anchor with four sixes and two boundaries as he added a record 103-run partnership with Bravo, who had three sixes. The left-hander Andre Russell added 24 off eight balls after Hetmyer was run out, as the West Indies added 123 runs in last 10 overs to reach 196-4 on a good batting surface.

Earlier, West Indies got off to a solid start with 46 runs in the Powerplay overs as opening batsman Lendl Simmons blasted three sixes in his knock of 30. One was a superb flick onto the roof of the Johnson Charles Stand.

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20:27
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West Indies vs Australia, 2nd T20I, Australia tour of West Indies

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West Indies won by 56 runs.

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20:24
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West Indies vs Australia 2nd T20I Preview: After hara-kiri in series opener, Australia expected to be a bit more sensible

The inconsistency of the middle order of both sides is a point of concern.

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Panic sets in

Australia have landed in the West Indies without Pat Cummins, David Warner, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Jhye Richardson, Daniel Sams, Kane Richardson and Steven Smith. And, they sorely missed the experienced lot in their playing line up in the 1st T20I of the five-match series.

Australia were in complete control of the match for a large portion of the game, but towards the last one-fifth portion, West Indies tightened the screws and Australia panicked. They lost their last 6 wickets for just 19 runs to lose the 1st T20I by 18 runs.

Hayden Walsh Jr. showcases ability

Nicholas Pooran had to stand-in for Kieron Pollard after the permanent captain did not take the field due to a niggle. Perhaps, it was the hamstring injury which Pollard picked up in the last T20 against South Africa.

The team must have been delighted to have Fabian Allen, who injured his shoulder against South Africa, back to fitness. The addition of Hayden Walsh Jr. also made a big difference as the young leg spinner showed that he was capable of bigger things.

Holes in the Windies middle order

That said, the West Indies middle order remains a big weakness for the side. In the absence of the likes of Jason Holder and Kieron Pollard, there was a lack of stability in the West Indies middle order.

Evin Lewis had a rare failure and was dismissed for a duck. His opening partner Lendl Simmons made a run-a-ball 27. Chris Gayle took his own sweet time before being dismissed off Hazlewood, who was sensational with the ball.

Both Shimron Hetmyer and Nicholas Pooran got starts but could not convert them into anything substantial. Had it not been for Andre Russell's 28-ball 51, West Indies might have managed just around 120. Dre Russ smashed 3 boundaries and 5 sixes, batting at a strike rate of over 180, to impart some respectability to the West Indies score.

Hazlewood reigns supreme 

Josh Hazlewood was the pick of the Australian bowlers by a fair margin as he picked up three wickets while conceding just 12 runs from his four overs. This is when he conceded a six off the last delivery of his spell.

Mitchell Marsh also proved his utility with both bat and ball and picked up two wickets from his four overs while bowling at an economy rate of 6.50, to go along with his maiden T20I half-century.

Mitchell Starc had an off day and went at 10 RPO. Adam Zampa and Ashton Agar were expected to play a major role but failed to impress.

Oz collapse after Wade, Marsh heroics

In reply, Matthew Wade came out all guns blazing and smashed 33 in no time. Mitchell Marsh also got off the blocks quickly and before you knew it, Australia had crossed the 50-run mark within the first 5 overs.

The team had a required run rate of slightly over 4 RPO and all they needed was to close out the game. However, they had clearly had some chat in the dressing room and wanted to play an explosive brand of cricket.

Mitchell Marsh did well, making 51 off 31 balls, but once Josh Philippe was dismissed on the first ball of the sixth over, wickets kept falling at regular intervals.

Australia missing Smith, and some common sense

What would have Australia not given to have someone like Steve Smith or Marnus Labuschagne in their side to play the anchor. In the absence of experience, Australia kept going for it almost mindlessly and kept losing wickets regularly, ultimately falling short of the target by 18 runs.

Both teams are set to take the field with the same XI in the 2nd T20I. West Indies captain Kieron Pollard is unlikely to return with a gap of less than 24 hours between the two matches. 

Australia have the potential to bounce back if they utilise their resources in a more sensible manner.

Here's a look at the probable playing XIs:

West Indies 
- Lendl Simmons, Evin Lewis, Chris Gayle, Shimron Hetmyer, Nicholas Pooran (c & wk), Andre Russell, Dwayne Bravo, Fabian Allen, Hayden Walsh, Obed McCoy, Fidel Edwards

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

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