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LV= INSURANCE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND 12 DAY 2

Derbyshire vs Essex, Group 1 Queen's Park, Chesterfield 11:00 AM

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

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

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

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

Kent vs Sussex, Group 3 Kent County Cricket Ground, Beckenham 11:00 AM

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West Indies Women vs Pakistan Women, 3rd ODI, Pakistan Women tour of West Indies

SCORE UPDATE

West Indies Women win by 8 wickets

 West Indies Women *183/2 (40.1 ov)

 Pakistan Women 182/10 (49 ov)

Live Scores, Statistics & Graphs

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ACCB vs Baneasa Cricket Club, Match 4, Romania T10

SCORE UPDATE

ACCB won by 9 wickets

 ACCB 91/1 (5.5 ov)

 Baneasa Cricket Club 89/10 (8.5 ov)

Live Scores, Statistics & Graphs

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MATCH 4 - Asian Cricket Club Bucharest vs Baneasa Cricket Club

Asian Cricket Club Bucharest competed as Indian cricket club the last time around. Gohar Manan was the top run scorer for Indian cricket club. Manan had scored 250 runs from five matches at an average of 62.50 and a strike rate of close to 215+. He had the best of 83 and was likely to finish among the best batsmen for the side.

Sami Ullah was the next best with 110 runs from five matches at an average of 55 and a strike rate of 255. Sami had the best of 62*.

Saed Ullah had picked up the most wickets for the side with 7 wickets from five matches at an average of 18 and a strike rate of 12.29. Saed had conceded runs at 8.93 RPO.

Abdul Shakoor was among the top run scorers for Baneasa cricket club in the last ECS. Shakoor had scored 108 runs from four matches at an average of 27 and a strike rate of close to 160. He had the best of 44 and closed out the tournament well.

Atif Naqvi was the next best with 97 runs from three matches at an average of 32.33 and a strike rate of 142.65. Naqvi had the best of 58.

Waqar Abbasi had picked up the most wickets for the side with 6 wickets from four matches at an average of 17 and a strike rate of 8.00. He was a bit expensive, giving away almost 2 runs per delivery. Isfahan Doekhie had a better economy rate of 8.00 RPO, but a worse strike rate.

Let's have a look at the squads:

Asian Cricket Club Bucharest - Abdul Asif, Afzaal Hussain, Gohar Manan, Harpreet Singh, Isfahan Doekhie, Mohammad Zakria, Muhammad Ishaq, Rahim Gul, Saeedullah Saeed, Sami Ullah, Senthilvel Karthikeyan, Sukhbinder Singh, Syed Abbas.

Baneasa Cricket Club - Abdul Shakoor, Adnan Hanif, Bilal Shah, Ijaz Hussain, Jegan Murugan, Mahesh Prasanna, Muhammad Mashal, Parminder Mann, Pradeep Priyankara, Sheriyar Sohail, Supinder Hayer, Talha Tariq, Umair Rauif, Waqar Abbasi, Wasif Sharif.

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ACCB vs Baneasa Cricket Club, Match 3, Romania T10

SCORE UPDATE

ACCB won by 44 runs.

 ACCB 166/0 (10 ov)

 Baneasa Cricket Club 122/4 (10 ov)

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MATCH 3 - Asian Cricket Club Bucharest vs Baneasa Cricket Club

Abdul Shakoor was among the top run scorers for Baneasa cricket club in the last ECS. Shakoor had scored 108 runs from four matches at an average of 27 and a strike rate of close to 160. He had the best of 44 and closed out the tournament well.

Atif Naqvi was the next best with 97 runs from three matches at an average of 32.33 and a strike rate of 142.65. Naqvi had the best of 58.

Waqar Abbasi had picked up the most wickets for the side with 6 wickets from four matches at an average of 17 and a strike rate of 8.00. He was a bit expensive, giving away almost 2 runs per delivery. Isfahan Doekhie had a better economy rate of 8.00 RPO, but a worse strike rate.

Asian Cricket Club Bucharest competed as Indian cricket club the last time around. Gohar Manan was the top run scorer for Indian cricket club. Manan had scored 250 runs from five matches at an average of 62.50 and a strike rate of close to 215+. He had the best of 83 and was likely to finish among the best batsmen for the side.

Sami Ullah was the next best with 110 runs from five matches at an average of 55 and a strike rate of 255. Sami had the best of 62*.

Saed Ullah had picked up the most wickets for the side with 7 wickets from five matches at an average of 18 and a strike rate of 12.29. Saed had conceded runs at 8.93 RPO.

Let's have a look at the squads:

Asian Cricket Club Bucharest - Abdul Asif, Afzaal Hussain, Gohar Manan, Harpreet Singh, Isfahan Doekhie, Mohammad Zakria, Muhammad Ishaq, Rahim Gul, Saeedullah Saeed, Sami Ullah, Senthilvel Karthikeyan, Sukhbinder Singh, Syed Abbas.

Baneasa Cricket Club - Abdul Shakoor, Adnan Hanif, Bilal Shah, Ijaz Hussain, Jegan Murugan, Mahesh Prasanna, Muhammad Mashal, Parminder Mann, Pradeep Priyankara, Sheriyar Sohail, Supinder Hayer, Talha Tariq, Umair Rauif, Waqar Abbasi, Wasif Sharif.

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Cricket World Player of the Week - Saqib Mahmood

Right-arm pacer Saqib Mahmood played a crucial role in England's ODI series victory over Pakistan.

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United Cricket Club vs Bucharest Gladiators, Match 2, Romania T10

SCORE UPDATE

United Cricket Club won by 47 runs.

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07:45
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MATCH 2 - United Cricket Club vs Bucharest Gladiators Cricket Club


Bucharest Gladiators did not feature in European Cricket Series Romania last time around.

Bucharest Gladiators have a couple of clean strikers in Imran Haider and Moiz Muhammad and the onus will be on the duo to score quickly. Moiz Muhammad, in particular, has the ability to go big and will be a handful if he gets going.

All-rounder Cosmin Zavoiu is the life of Bucharest Gladiators as there isn't either a better batter or bowler than Zavoiu in the side. This places a lot of responsibility on his shoulders.

Vimalraj Poosanam was Bucharest Gladiators' top wicket taker in 2019 and is a good bet to be picked as the captain of your fantasy XI.

Ramesh Satheesan had scored the most runs for United cricket club the last time. Satheesan had struck 135 runs from 5 matches, including hwas best of 47. He had batted at a strike rate of 168 and had struck 6 sixes and 20 fours.
 
Imran Haider had also played well with 123 runs from 4 matches at a strike rate of 130. Haider had the best of 51 and had struck 10 fours.

All-rounder Ramesh Satheesan had done an excellent job for the team with the ball as well, picking up 6 wickets from 5 matches at an average of 20.33 and an economy of 9.38. Shantanu Vashwasht and Rajesh Kumar picked up 3 wickets each, bowling at economies of 9.92 and 10.75 respectively.

Let's have a look at the squads:

United Cricket Club
 - Aftab Kayani, Ali Hussain, Ali Jawad, Ali Zain, Divakharr Sundararajan, Kaustubh Chavan, Lalit Panjabi, Laurentiu Gharasim, Mady Kayani, Manani Dharmendra, Marian Gherasim, Rajesh Kumar, Ramesh Satheesan, Rohit Kumar, Rovinaka Ransilu, Shantanu Vashisht, Stan Ahuja, Sudeep Thakur, Zawwar Ali.

Bucharest Gladiators Cricket Club - Binod Nepali, Cosmin Zavoiu, Esanka Rumesh, Priyadharshana, Imran Haider, Kokulan Subramaniyam, Mahesh Barve, Manmeet Koli, Mihai Achim, Moiz Muhammad, Patras Masih, Pavel Florin, Regan Francis, Satish Kumar, Shajeel Muhammad, Shalitha Prabath, Sharat Kishore, Vimalraj Poosanam, Zameer Mushtaq.

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United Cricket Club vs Bucharest Gladiators, Match 1, Romania T10

 SCORE UPDATE

United Cricket Club won by 64 runs.

Live Scores, Statistics & Graphs

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MATCH 1 - United Cricket Club vs Bucharest Gladiators Cricket Club


Ramesh Satheesan had scored the most runs for United cricket club the last time. Satheesan had struck 135 runs from 5 matches, including hwas best of 47. He had batted at a strike rate of 168 and had struck 6 sixes and 20 fours.
 
Imran Haider had also played well with 123 runs from 4 matches at a strike rate of 130. Haider had the best of 51 and had struck 10 fours.

All-rounder Ramesh Satheesan had done an excellent job for the team with the ball as well, picking up 6 wickets from 5 matches at an average of 20.33 and an economy of 9.38. Shantanu Vashwasht and Rajesh Kumar picked up 3 wickets each, bowling at economies of 9.92 and 10.75 respectively.


Bucharest Gladiators did not feature in European Cricket Series Romania last time around.

Bucharest Gladiators have a couple of clean strikers in Imran Haider and Moiz Muhammad and the onus will be on the duo to score quickly. Moiz Muhammad, in particular, has the ability to go big and will be a handful if he gets going.

All-rounder Cosmin Zavoiu is the life of Bucharest Gladiators as there isn't either a better batter or bowler than Zavoiu in the side. This places a lot of responsibility on his shoulders.

Vimalraj Poosanam was Bucharest Gladiators' top wicket taker in 2019 and is a good bet to be picked as the captain of your fantasy XI.

Let's have a look at the squads:

United Cricket Club
 - Aftab Kayani, Ali Hussain, Ali Jawad, Ali Zain, Divakharr Sundararajan, Kaustubh Chavan, Lalit Panjabi, Laurentiu Gharasim, Mady Kayani, Manani Dharmendra, Marian Gherasim, Rajesh Kumar, Ramesh Satheesan, Rohit Kumar, Rovinaka Ransilu, Shantanu Vashisht, Stan Ahuja, Sudeep Thakur, Zawwar Ali.

Bucharest Gladiators Cricket Club - Binod Nepali, Cosmin Zavoiu, Esanka Rumesh, Priyadharshana, Imran Haider, Kokulan Subramaniyam, Mahesh Barve, Manmeet Koli, Mihai Achim, Moiz Muhammad, Patras Masih, Pavel Florin, Regan Francis, Satish Kumar, Shajeel Muhammad, Shalitha Prabath, Sharat Kishore, Vimalraj Poosanam, Zameer Mushtaq.

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West Indies vs Australia 3rd T20I Preview: With low stakes and sparse crowd, Finch & Co need to invoke national pride

Australia have lacked the intent and drive to succeed in the T20 series till now.

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Australia look lost

Losing 7 wickets for 38 runs in the 1st T20I and 7 wickets for 39 runs in the 2nd T20I - this is the first time that Australia have been bowled out in successive T20Is since 2010. These are not stats that Aaron Finch and Justin Langer will love to read.

To be candid, Australia have looked a bit lost in the field, perhaps they don't consider the series important enough or perhaps, the players are missing the energy of the crowd to gee them up. The manner in which the team, particularly the batsmen, have fared in the first two matches, and more importantly their body language, the Australian players certainly need to invoke the pride of representing the nation, even if they don't see a big prize to be had.

Decision after coin flip

Australia have won the toss in both the first two T20Is. They have opted to bowl first on both occasions and have lost both the matches. That said, they should have won the first game, beyond doubt.

The team can consider a change in strategy given that their inexperienced batting line-up has crumbled under the pressure of the chase and some fine bowling from West Indies.

Muddled approach

In the 1st T20I, when Australia reached the 50-run mark within the first four overs and could have been a lot more sensible in chasing a below-par target, they decided to go all out and lost wickets.

On the contrary, in the 2nd T20I, where they needed to maintain a run rate of almost 10 RPO throughout the innings, they chose to take singles in the middle overs. Ultimately, the pressure of the required run rate became too much to tackle.

After the loss in the 1st T20I, Australian captain Aaron Finch said that it was a plan to go hard in the middle overs, but the team needed to adjust better. The lack of intent that Australia showed in the middle overs of the 2nd T20I will be hard to justify for Finch.

This new way of deciding the approach in the dressing room is baffling. How difficult is it to assess things in the middle and play according to the situation? Must be quite tough.

Will Pollard return?

Kieron Pollard might return to lead the West Indies with a gap of one day between the second and the third T20Is. Pollard might come into the XI in place of Andre Fletcher and Chris Gayle will open, or Gale might have to miss out if West Indies persist with either Fletcher or Lewis.

It deserves mention that stand-in captain Nicholas Pooran has done his job well in the first two games.

Fidel Edwards injured himself in the 2nd T20I and might have to miss out. Obed McCoy, who was rested for the last game, is all but certain to return.

Meredith for Starc

There is little doubt that the Australian management will be looking to ring in the changes after successive losses. Mitchell Starc has been very expensive in the first two T20Is and might have to make way for Riley Meredith. Somebody like Jason Behrendorff gets ample swing from his left arm angle and can also be considered.

With his assortment of slower deliveries, Andrew Tye can be a handful on these West Indian pitches and is not a bad option either.

In the batting line-up, Ashton Turner can be tried in place of Ben McDermott.

More than the personnel, it is the intent which is troubling Australia. They have to pull up their socks and compete like Australia have always done. The team needs to find their purpose and fashion motivation if it isn't coming to them automatically.

Here's a look at the probable playing XIs:

West Indies
 - Lendl Simmons, Chris Gayle, Shimron Hetmyer, Nicholas Pooran (wk), Kieron Pollard (c), Andre Russell, Dwayne Bravo, Fabian Allen, Hayden Walsh, Obed McCoy, Sheldon Cottrell

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

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