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  • 11:32 PM IST

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  • 11:23 PM IST

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  • 11:22 PM IST

    Aaron Finch (3/3): “I thought some of the short balls weren’t high enough. To still come out with 2 points with a lot of improvement to do is a real positive for us.”

  • 11:21 PM IST

    Aaron Finch (2/3): “Absolutely, I was nervous when they were coming at us at 30/4. You have to keep taking wickets against West Indies since they are so destructive. With the bowl, we have few areas to improve.”

  • 11:21 PM IST

    Here’s the winning captain Aaron Finch (1/3): “We just kept hanging in there. From 4 for 30 odd to be able to fightback and then partnership between Smith and Carey. And that innings of Coulter-Nile was exceptional. Even with the bowl we hung in there.”

  • 11:20 PM IST

    Jason Holder (2/2): “Batsmen should have taken responsibility and chased down the total. It is early days in tournament, competition is wide open.”

  • 11:20 PM IST

    Time for the captains now. First up, the losing captain, Jason Holder: (1/2) “Ya, obviously we are disappointed. Few irresponsible shots. Still lot of positives came out of this match. We dropped Coulter-Nile when he was 60 odd that was one of the pivotal moments.”

  • 11:16 PM IST

    Nathan Coulter-Nile (3/3): “They were on the way before Starcy picked 2-3, good move by Finch to bring him on then. He is a fantastic bowler and credit goes to him.”

  • 11:15 PM IST

    Nathan Coulter-Nile (2/3): “I felt it quite hard – the wicket was a bit up and down but settled in and got used to it.”

  • 11:15 PM IST

    Nathan Coulter-Nile (1/3): “No. I did not think I would get that much. I remember Smith being on 81 and me not hanging around in a practice game, so I thought I would stuck around a little bit. Played a pull shot second ball and it went up, luck went my way – couple dropped safely and inside edged a few.”

  • 11:14 PM IST

    Nathan Coulter-Nile, who smashed a 60-ball 92, the highest score by a batsman batting at No. 8 in the World Cup, is the Man of the Match.

  • 11:09 PM IST

    Starc, the finisher!

  • 11:09 PM IST

    What a match this has been!

  • 11:08 PM IST
    What a match, this was a classic ODI contest. West Indies look dejected, they were right in it till the end, but Australia rose to the occasion, particularly Mitchell Starc and stuck in till the very end. They showed why they are defending champs.
  • 11:04 PM IST
    IT’S ALL OVER! Australia pull off sensational 15-run victory over West Indies 273/9 (Hope 68, Holder 51; Starc 5/46)
  • 11:00 PM IST
    1 run from the Stoinis over, West Indies need 32 runs from the last over with just 1 wicket remaining, moments away from an Australia win now
  • 10:53 PM IST

    WICKET! Mitchell Starc laying the finishing touches now, completes his fifer with the wicket of Sheldon Cottrell, West Indies 256/9, need 33 runs from 14 balls.

  • 10:51 PM IST

    Just 3 runs from that over by Marcus Stoinis, West Indies need 34 from the last 3 overs (Ashley Nurse 2, Sheldon Cottrell 1)

  • 10:45 PM IST

    Two wickets in an over for Mitchell Starc and West Indies are struggling in the chase. They need 37 from the 4 overs.

  • 10:44 PM IST

    TWO IN THE OVER FOR STARC! The big fish Jason Holder this time, he’s almost closed the game in one over by getting two dangerous players, Holder departs for 51

  • 10:41 PM IST
    BOOM! Starc spoils the party, AGAIN! Brathwaite departs for 16. Is there a late twist in the tale? West Indies need 37 from 27.
  • 10:39 PM IST

    Right then, 38 runs in 30 balls, Jason Holder 50, Carlos Brathwaite 16. Can West Indies pull off a win at Trent Bridge?

  • 10:34 PM IST

    A captain’s knock!

  • 10:33 PM IST
    Jason Holder brings up a fine run-a-ball fifty, he’s keeping West Indies in the chase, 46 from 36 now
  • 10:26 PM IST

    This one’s getting really close, West Indies need 57 from the last 8 overs (Jason Holder 46, Carlos Brathwaite 2)

  • 10:21 PM IST

    This is getting nervy by the moment

  • 10:19 PM IST

    10 overs to go, West Indies need 68 runs to win, thrilling finish on the cards here at Trent Bridge.

  • 10:12 PM IST
    BIG WICKET! After Chris Gayle, Mitchell Starc has taken another big wicket, it’s Andre Russell, who departs for 15, West Indies 216/6.
  • 10:10 PM IST

    Kieron Pollard has slammed the umpiring in today’s match

  • 10:08 PM IST


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Hello and welcome to our live match coverage of Match 10 of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 between Australia and West Indies at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.

The last time the two teams met in an ODI encounter was back in September 2016, during a tri-series in the Caribbean, and although the Australians emerged victorious, a lot has happened between then and now. Both teams endured a horror run in 2018 but seem to have received a fresh lease of life this year. Australia sent a timely reminder as to why they shouldn’t be counted out, while West Indies provided ample evidence why they are more than the tag of “dark horse” in the World Cup.

West Indies were left fretting over the fitness of Andre Russell and Chris Gayle after their opener against Pakistan. Russell left the field after bowling three overs due to a bit of a trouble in his left leg, while Gayle was seen favouring his lower back during the course of his innings. The good news though for WI is that both have been declared fit and remain for selection.


AUS vs WI Predicted 11

 AUS: Aaron Finch (C), David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey(WK), Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Adam Zampa.

WI: Chris Gayle, Shai Hope(WK), Darren Bravo, Nicloas Pooran, Shimron Hetmyer, Andre Russell, Jason Holder(C), Carlos Brathwaithe, Ashley Nurse, Sheldon Cottrell, Oshane Thomas

AUS vs WI Head to Head

 Played: 139

AUS wins: 73

WI wins: 60

No-Results: 3

Ties: 3

AUS vs WI Head to Head in World Cups:

 Played: 9

AUS wins: 4

WI wins: 5

No-Results: 0

Ties: 0