Category: England World Cup 2019

Match Tie, Super Over Tie, With Max Boundaries, England Became World’s New King

England's journey: From ODI embarrassment to World Cup final - DAWN.COMNo one would have imagined such an exciting match in the World Cup 2019. For the first time in the ODI World Cup tournament, the rule of super-overs was imposed for knock-out matches and the decision to contest the title was based on this.

Both teams did not leave the match till the end and match tie for 241 runs. After this, the super overs were also tied between the two teams, and the decision of the World Champion came on the max boundaries, where England won the game.

After that, England scored 15 runs on the scoreboard in the Super Over and challenged New Zealand by 16 runs. But the Kiwi team also managed to score only 15 runs here and the match once again got tie-in. According to the rules, the title of the title was to be decided on max boundaries and England beat it.

New Zealand scored two sixes and 14 fours in their inning, while hosts England had 2 sixes and 22 boundaries. On this base, they achieved the first-ever world champion’s achievement.

English Team’s First Lucky Over

To pursue the target of 242 runs, the first ball of the inning for England was turning point, When Bolt’s ball went on Jason Roy’s pads. The Kiwi team strongly appealed. But the umpire turned it down.

Captain Ken Williamson consulted with Trent Bolt and asked for a review. It was clear from the TV camera that this was a very close affair, with the difference of millimeter, the decision went into the umpire call. That means if the umpire had given out, Kiwi would have got the first breakthrough.

Jason Roy (17) was unable to do something special today, and Matt Henry made him his first victim. Joe Root played face 30 balls and scored 7 runs and become a caught out of the Grandhomme’s ball.

Three overs later, second opening batsman Jonny Bairstow also became clean bowled on Lockie Ferguson’s ball and scored 36 runs in his 44-ball inning with the help of 7 fours. Morgan catches out on James Neesham’s first ball on 24th over.

New Zealand’s Inning

Earlier, New Zealand had set a target of 242 against England. On the basis of their bowlers, the host team prevented New Zealand from making big scores. Henry Nicholls (55) and Tom Latham (47) played useful innings for New Zealand. Captain Kane Williamson played 30 runs. Liam Plunkett and Chris Woakes took 3-3 wickets for England.

On Sunday, after winning the toss on the Lord’s ground in England’s capital London, Kiwi decided to bat first. New Zealand opener Martin Guptill once again failed to play a big inning. Guptill scored 19 runs and become LBW out on Chris Woakes’ ball.

Icc Cwc 2019 Final; Eng Vs Nz: Know How Will Pitch And Weather Mood? My Fantastic 11

England vs New Zealand, World Cup 2019 final, New Zealand Predicted XI: Kiwis to make one change against the hosts

The most important cricket match played every four years will be between New Zealand and England at the historic Lord’s Ground in London on Sunday (14 July). Yes, we are talking about the final match of the ICC Cricket World Cup. Cricket is going to get a new world champion after 23 years.

Both England and New Zealand have not won the Cricket World Cup title till date. Both of these teams will give everything and fight till the last breath to win the title this time. In this 12th edition of the World Cup, which is hosted by England and Wales Cricket, the rain has fiercely interfered. These pitches have proved to be of great help to both bowlers and batsmen in this World Cup. So let us know what is going to happen on the final match of the pitch and the mood of the weather …?

What will the London weather be like on July 14?

The England Meteorological Department has said in its prediction that the London season will be open in the World Cup final. During the match, most of the time the sky will remain clear and sunshine will remain. In the evening, a light drizzle is likely but it is unlikely that the match will be interrupted. Cricket fans will be happy that they will get to see the whole match.

Head-to-head stats between New Zealand and England in World Cup

In the World Cup between England and New Zealand so far 9 total matches have been played. In which England has won 4 and New Zealand has won 5 matches. At Lords, there have been two encounters between the two teams in the World Cup so far. On both occasions, New Zealand has defeated England.

Batsman: -Joe Root and Ken Williamson are good at their batting and with them, one of Johnny Bairstow or Eoin Morgan is liked, while Kiwi opener, Martin Guptill is also a decent choice.

Allrounders:- Ben Stokes and James Neesham like each other, both of them bat with the left hand and bowl with the right hand. Mitchell Santner is also a viable alternative to meeting the credit limitations.

Bowlers : –Trent Boult and Jopra Archer are leading the bowling line-up. Lockie Ferguson is perfect for tearaway fast bowler for eighteen wickets in this World Cup. One of Liam Plunkett or Chris Woakes will be good to complete the last match fantasy team of World Cup 2019.

Captain: – Both Joe Root and Ken Williamson are the contenders for the captaincy, although this should be Ben Stokes’s all-rounder skill set which should be supported. If someone is deferred, then Johnny Bairstow is also a decent choice keeping his form in mind.

Prediction #1: Tom Latham, Jos Buttler, Joe Root, Kane Williamson, Martin Guptill, Ben Stokes, James Neesham, Jofra Archer, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult and Liam Plunkett. Captain: Kane Williamson, Vice-Captain: Ben Stokes

Prediction #2: Tom Latham, Jonny Bairstow, Kane Williamson, Martin Guptill, Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Mitchell Santner, Chris Woakes, Trent Boult, Jofra Archer and Lockie Ferguson. Captain: Ben Stokes, Vice-Captain: Joe Root

Beat Australia By 8 Wickets, England Into The Final After 27 Years

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: England thump Australia by 8 wickets to reach the first final in 27 years

Host England has reached the final of the ICC World Cup 2019. England defeated Australia by 8 wickets in the second semi-final on Thursday. England bowled superbly and then batted superbly in the match played at Edgbaston in Birmingham.

After winning the toss and batting first, Australia made a challenging 223 runs. In reply, England easily grabbed this goal by losing two wickets in 32.1 overs. England will now clash against New Zealand on 14 July. The England team reached the final for the fourth time.

First Time Australia Lost Semi-Final In World Cup History

For the first time, the Australian team has lost the semi-final. England reached the finals in 1979, 1987 and 1992 but did not win the World Cup. However, this time the hosts were considered to be the strong contenders of the title from the beginning. Now that England and New Zealand are in the final, one-day cricket is set to get a new champion. Actually, the two teams have never been able to clinch the world title.

England started a fantastic start chasing the target. Jason Roy (85) and Johnny Bairstow (34), who came in to start the innings, shared a 124-run partnership for the first wicket. Both of them fired the Australian bowlers from the start. Roy scored fast runs in comparison to Bairstow.

This partnership was broken by Pat Cummins’ second ball of the 18th over by dismissed the Bairstow with LBW. He hit 5 fours in his 43-ball innings. Subsequently, Roy led the inning with Joe Root (49 not out). Both of them added 23 runs for the second wicket.

Roy Missed His Century

Roy was going close to the century but was dismissed behind the wicket on the fourth ball of 20th over. However, the decision to give out Roy by the umpire has been quite controversial. Because at a replay, the ball did not go into the hands of wicketkeeper Alex Carey.

Roy scored nine fours and five sixes in his 65-ball knock. Joe Root and captain Eoin Morgan (45 not out) took the front and returned to winning the team. Both of them shared an unbroken partnership of 79 runs for the third wicket.

Australia’s Inning

Earlier, the Australian team made 223 runs in the allotted 49 overs. Steven Smith made the most runs from the Kangaroo team. He played 85 balls with 6 fours in 119 balls. Smith was heading towards his ninth ODI century but ran out in the 48th over.

Millions Of Indians’ Dream Broken, India Crashed Out Of The World Cup After Losing Semi-Final By New Zealand

MS Dhoni Crying After Getting Out Has Shattered Our Hearts Into A Million Pieces

The Indian team, which went to England as the strongest contender for the title of ICC World Cup-2019, has ended their journey in the semi-finals. He had to face defeat by New Zealand by 18 runs in this exciting semi-final match that lasted two days. With this, New Zealand reached the finals for the second time in a row. He also played the final in the 2015 World Cup.

In the final, New Zealand will be facing the winner of the second semi-final match between Australia and England on Thursday. This is the third semi-final of the Kiwi team in Manchester, out of which two defeats it while it is his first win.

India has crashed out of the World Cup after losing in the semi-finals for the second time in a row. In 2015, Australia defeated India in the semi-finals.

Chasing 240 runs was not easy on the Old Trafford pitch because rain and weather conditions made the conditions easy for fast bowlers. India lost their six wickets at 92 runs. Ravindra Jadeja (77) and Mahendra Singh Dhoni (50) shared a 116-run partnership for the seventh wicket to bring India closer to victory. This is the second-largest partnership for the seventh wicket in the World Cup.

It seemed that the pair of Jadeja and Dhoni would make India in the final, but then Trent Boult changed the game’s stand. He got Jadeja caught by captain Ken Williamson at a total of 208. Jadeja faced 59 balls and hit four fours and four sixes.

Last hope of India was Dhoni

Dhoni was the last hope of India on the crease. In the last two overs, India needed 31 runs. Dhoni hit a six on the first ball and wanted to take two runs on the second ball. He ran for the second run, could not keep the bat at the crease before Martin Guptill’s direct hit and that’s where India’s hopes were dashed. He faced 72 balls and hit a six and a four. Lockie Ferguson got Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s wicket and James Neesham got Yuzvendra Chahal’s wicket in the semi-finals of the World Cup.

Starting condition of India’s Inning

Earlier, India’s start was very poor and its middle order was once again untouched by responsible inning. India lost their top order on a total of five runs. Rohit Sharma (1) and Lokesh Rahul (1), Matt Henry made prey them, and Captain Virat Kohli (1) was LBW by Boult.

Young Rishabh Pant and veteran Dinesh Karthik had a chance to handle the team and show their importance, but both failed. Earlier, Karthik became Henry’s prey on a total score of 24. Pant’s immaturity once again appeared. Pant had shared 47 runs partnership with Hardik Pandya. Pant was caught out by Santner.

Pandya too was bowled out Santner and Kiwi skipper strengthened the chances of India’s defeat by holding Pandya’s catch. Pandya hit 32 runs in 62 balls with two fours.

To Become World Champion, Team India Has To Improve These Weaknesses

The ICC World Cup being played in England has now reached the semifinals. The Indian team will face New Zealand in Manchester on Tuesday (July 9) in the first semi-final. But to become a champion, Team India will have to overcome some weaknesses too.

Unrated Performance Of Kohli

Prior to the tournament, Indian captain Virat Kohli was all expected to play long innings, but he has not yet scored a century. If the Indian team has to win in the semi-finals against New Zealand, then Kohli will have to turn his half-century into a century. Apart from this, Kohli has to avoid losing the wicket at the wrong time.

Middle order weakness

In this World Cup, the middle order has been the biggest weakness for the Indian team so far. There was not a single chance come in the tournament when the middle-order batsmen won the match on their own batting performance. In addition, in the last over, Team India has failed to increase a run-rate. But now the time has come when the middle-order batsmen will have to score a big score after crossing their weakness.

Kedar, Karthik or Jadeja

Skipper Virat Kohli and coach Ravi Shastri will have to do a lot of headway to see which batsman will be included in the middle order in the final XI.  Kedar Jadhav managed just 80 runs in five innings. Karthik played an innings and scored eight runs. Jadeja played a match but he did not get the chance to bat. In such a situation, the team management will have to choose a batsman who can play big and fast innings.

Dhoni Or Pant

Many former veterans believe that Dhoni should bat at number four and young Rishabh Pant on his place number six should get off. Dhoni is not able to bat fast in the last over and now he is not considered to be a finisher. In such a situation, Dhoni can come in number four and take time to stand on the wicket. Right there, Pant is capable of batting fast in the last over.

Who? Shami And Bhuvi

Choosing one of Mohammed Shami and Bhuvaneshwar Kumar in fast bowling would also be a big headache. Bhuvi, who returned after injury, could not perform better. He has taken seven wickets in five games. Shami has hit 14 wickets with a hat-trick in four matches. In the case of average, both the bowlers are almost the same. Shami had to sit out against Sri Lanka in the last match. In this case, who will play the semi-finals in both of them, this is also a big question.