Sports Desk, Tech for FTCP, Manchester
Updated Mon, 14 Sep 2020 04:40 AM IST
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Now the last match of the series is going to be interesting and decisive for both the teams. Earlier, England won the toss and decided to bat first and set a target of 232 runs for victory against Australia. The Australian team, which chased down, was all out for 207 runs in 48.4 overs.
Australia lost the first formidable batsman David Warner on the score of 9 runs in the fourth over. The team had just scored 37 runs that the team received another blow as Stoinis. However, after this Australia made a century partnership for the third wicket.
After this, the Australian team managed to reach the score of 144 runs but after that the process of falling wickets started. Australia were all out for 207 runs in the 49th over, thus losing 24 runs.
Talking of England, by the seventh over, both its openers Johnny Bairstow (zero) and Jason Roy (21) had returned to the pavilion. Lower-order batsmen Chris Woakes (26), Tom Karan (37) and Adil Rashid (35 not out) led the team to a respectable score. Tom Karan and Rashid shared a 76-run partnership for the ninth wicket, helping the team reach beyond 200 runs.