West Indies tour of England, 1st ODI: England v West Indies at Southampton, Jun 16, 2012
England won by 114 runs (D/L method)
16 June 2012 (50-over match)
  England innings (50 overs maximum) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal AN Cook* c †Ramdin b Rampaul 0 5 3 0 0 0.00
0.3 82.5 mph, now forced to play and caught behind! For the third time in a row a ball in the channel just outside off, this time Cook decided to come forward to play and got a thin edge through to Ramdin. I reckon in a Test match, Cook leaves that but one-dayers wants bat on ball, pushed at it and nicked off for a third-ball duck. Great start from Rampaul 0/1
View dismissal IR Bell c †Ramdin b DJ Bravo 126 178 117 12 1 107.69
39.2 62.4 mph, slower ball, Bell swipes at it and the ball loops straight up and down to be caught by Ramdin. England's centurion is gone! It was effectively a low full-toss from Bravo but the lack of pace foxed Bell, who top-edged his attempted paddle through the on side. Slightly tame dismissal but that was a magnificent innings from Bell 216/5
View dismissal IJL Trott c †Ramdin b Narine 42 94 66 3 0 63.63
20.3 back to cut and he's caught behind! A thin nick through to the wicketkeeper and Trott falls when he was well set. A length ball skidded through and took the outside edge where Ramdin took the catch and went straight up, as did the umpire's finger 108/2
View dismissal RS Bopara c †Ramdin b Samuels 8 22 15 0 0 53.33
26.3 58.2 mph, flatter, pushed through and gottim! It was a faster delivery, sliding in towards Bopara, who tried to cut when there wasn't quite the room, snicking a thin edge through to Ramdin 136/3
View dismissal EJG Morgan b Samuels 21 39 25 2 0 84.00
34.6 68.9 mph, gone! A most low-key dismissal, there was barely a murmur from the crowd or players as Morgan chopped on to his stumps. Samuels speared down a quicker ball, angled across, and Morgan tried to make room for a trademark slash, only to bottom-edge the ball on to off stump. Samuels has defused a ticking bomb with the minimum of fuss 187/4
C Kieswetter not out 38 60 39 3 0 97.43
View dismissal TT Bresnan run out (Smith/†Ramdin) 21 23 21 2 0 100.00
44.2 from Samuels, flighted on the stumps and turned out towards deep square leg ... they take on Dwayne Smith's arm in search of a second - but Bresnan is short! Ramdin did well to collect and break to wicket at Bresnan stretched for the line, leaving him a couple of inches short. A bustling, no-nonsense knock comes to a leggy end 245/6
SCJ Broad not out 22 19 15 1 1 146.66
Extras (w 9, nb 1) 10
  Total (6 wickets; 50 overs) 288 (5.76 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wicket R Rampaul 10 0 68 1 6.80 28 7 1 (2w)
0.3 to Cook, 82.5 mph, now forced to play and caught behind! For the third time in a row a ball in the channel just outside off, this time Cook decided to come forward to play and got a thin edge through to Ramdin. I reckon in a Test match, Cook leaves that but one-dayers wants bat on ball, pushed at it and nicked off for a third-ball duck. Great start from Rampaul 0/1
  AD Russell 6 0 43 0 7.16 17 4 1 (1nb, 2w)
View wicket SP Narine 10 0 47 1 4.70 30 3 0 (2w)
20.3 to Trott, back to cut and he's caught behind! A thin nick through to the wicketkeeper and Trott falls when he was well set. A length ball skidded through and took the outside edge where Ramdin took the catch and went straight up, as did the umpire's finger 108/2
  DJG Sammy 6 0 32 0 5.33 15 2 0
View wicket DJ Bravo 9 0 55 1 6.11 23 4 0 (2w)
39.2 to Bell, 62.4 mph, slower ball, Bell swipes at it and the ball loops straight up and down to be caught by Ramdin. England's centurion is gone! It was effectively a low full-toss from Bravo but the lack of pace foxed Bell, who top-edged his attempted paddle through the on side. Slightly tame dismissal but that was a magnificent innings from Bell 216/5
View wickets MN Samuels 9 0 43 2 4.77 24 3 0
26.3 to Bopara, 58.2 mph, flatter, pushed through and gottim! It was a faster delivery, sliding in towards Bopara, who tried to cut when there wasn't quite the room, snicking a thin edge through to Ramdin 136/3
34.6 to Morgan, 68.9 mph, gone! A most low-key dismissal, there was barely a murmur from the crowd or players as Morgan chopped on to his stumps. Samuels speared down a quicker ball, angled across, and Morgan tried to make room for a trademark slash, only to bottom-edge the ball on to off stump. Samuels has defused a ticking bomb with the minimum of fuss 187/4
  West Indies innings (target: 287 runs from 48 overs) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal LMP Simmons b Anderson 15 22 16 2 0 93.75
4.5 86.1 mph, played on with a forcing stroke aimed through the off side. Little foot movement to a back of a length ball that shaped in and took the inside edge onto the base of leg stump as Simmons aimed towards cover 25/1
View dismissal DR Smith c †Kieswetter b Bresnan 56 70 44 6 2 127.27
15.4 83.2 mph, swipes at a short one, thin nick and Smith goes! Bresnan goes splashing into the shallows and disturbs the West Indies pool party ... There wasn't too much to the delivery, just dropped short and teasing Smith's attacking instincts, he was perhaps a touch early on it and snicked through. That's a big break for England (and maybe part of the reason Smith averages in the teens), after a destructive innings at the top of the order 95/2
View dismissal D Ramdin lbw b Bresnan 22 59 38 0 0 57.89
17.2 80.8 mph, length ball and trapped in front! The ball came back at Ramdin, maybe stayed a touch low and hit him bang in line with middle stump. West Indies ersatz No. 3 departs ... but there are plenty of scarier monsters lurking in this deep batting order 102/3
View dismissal MN Samuels c Swann b Anderson 30 46 30 3 0 100.00
25.1 81.2 mph, full, coming back in and chipped straight to midwicket, where Graeme Swann takes the catch above his head! That may have put a tin lid on West Indies chances, their most in-form batsman heading off after a run-a-ball 30. Anderson, for one, will be pleased to see Samuels gone 137/6
View dismissal DJ Bravo lbw b Finn 8 12 7 1 0 114.28
19.4 83.8 mph, hit on the back pad and another one goes! The ball was speared in, did Bravo for pace before thunking into the knee roll - the ball would have gone on to hit middle and leg. That wicket could have significant ramifications if D/L comes into play too, as the par score after 20 overs has jumped from 117 to 140 118/4
View dismissal KA Pollard c Morgan b Broad 3 14 11 0 0 27.27
22.2 82.8 mph, slapped hard to point and superbly held! Pollard goes and West Indies are wobbling like a plate of jelly perched on a tumble dryer! The ball probably wasn't there to hit, Pollard's drive screwed off the edge and Morgan took flight to his left to pouch the ball two-handed and send the big man on his way 127/5
View dismissal DJG Sammy* c Bopara b Swann 11 30 16 1 0 68.75
28.5 49.9 mph, gone! Sammy is surprised by the bounce and loops the ball to extra-cover! It looked that Swann had dragged the ball a mite short, which discombobulated Sammy for some reason, and he ballooned the ball straight up in the air from high up the bat 155/7
View dismissal AD Russell c Morgan b Bresnan 7 24 13 1 0 53.84
29.5 banged in short and top-edged to point. Russell tried to flick it off his body, couldn't get over it and the ball lobbed gently to Morgan inside the circle. West Indies have about as much chance of winning this as Darren Bravo has of being able to touch his toes right now 157/8
DM Bravo not out 8 21 13 1 0 61.53
View dismissal R Rampaul c Trott b Swann 9 10 10 1 0 90.00
32.3 49.7 mph, gives it some air, enticing Rampaul, who slog-sweeps straight to deep midwicket. The end is nigh. The end of this match, I mean. I know there are some dark clouds around but I don't think the apocalypse is imminent 172/9
View dismissal SP Narine c †Kieswetter b Bresnan 0 5 4 0 0 0.00
33.4 80.8 mph, and there she blows, Narine nicks off and the West Indies schooner is finally scuttled. Bresnan put it on a good length, the batsman played at it indeterminately and Kieswetter plunged to his left to grasp the catch 172/10
Extras (w 3) 3
  Total (all out; 33.4 overs) 172 (5.10 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wickets JM Anderson 8 0 48 2 6.00 25 7 0 (1w)
4.5 to Simmons, 86.1 mph, played on with a forcing stroke aimed through the off side. Little foot movement to a back of a length ball that shaped in and took the inside edge onto the base of leg stump as Simmons aimed towards cover 25/1
25.1 to Samuels, 81.2 mph, full, coming back in and chipped straight to midwicket, where Graeme Swann takes the catch above his head! That may have put a tin lid on West Indies chances, their most in-form batsman heading off after a run-a-ball 30. Anderson, for one, will be pleased to see Samuels gone 137/6
View wicket ST Finn 6 0 29 1 4.83 24 3 1
19.4 to DJ Bravo, 83.8 mph, hit on the back pad and another one goes! The ball was speared in, did Bravo for pace before thunking into the knee roll - the ball would have gone on to hit middle and leg. That wicket could have significant ramifications if D/L comes into play too, as the par score after 20 overs has jumped from 117 to 140 118/4
View wickets TT Bresnan 7.4 0 34 4 4.43 27 3 0 (2w)
15.4 to Smith, 83.2 mph, swipes at a short one, thin nick and Smith goes! Bresnan goes splashing into the shallows and disturbs the West Indies pool party ... There wasn't too much to the delivery, just dropped short and teasing Smith's attacking instincts, he was perhaps a touch early on it and snicked through. That's a big break for England (and maybe part of the reason Smith averages in the teens), after a destructive innings at the top of the order 95/2
17.2 to Ramdin, 80.8 mph, length ball and trapped in front! The ball came back at Ramdin, maybe stayed a touch low and hit him bang in line with middle stump. West Indies ersatz No. 3 departs ... but there are plenty of scarier monsters lurking in this deep batting order 102/3
29.5 to Russell, banged in short and top-edged to point. Russell tried to flick it off his body, couldn't get over it and the ball lobbed gently to Morgan inside the circle. West Indies have about as much chance of winning this as Darren Bravo has of being able to touch his toes right now 157/8
33.4 to Narine, 80.8 mph, and there she blows, Narine nicks off and the West Indies schooner is finally scuttled. Bresnan put it on a good length, the batsman played at it indeterminately and Kieswetter plunged to his left to grasp the catch 172/10
View wicket SCJ Broad 8 0 40 1 5.00 25 2 1
22.2 to Pollard, 82.8 mph, slapped hard to point and superbly held! Pollard goes and West Indies are wobbling like a plate of jelly perched on a tumble dryer! The ball probably wasn't there to hit, Pollard's drive screwed off the edge and Morgan took flight to his left to pouch the ball two-handed and send the big man on his way 127/5
View wickets GP Swann 4 0 21 2 5.25 10 1 0
28.5 to Sammy, 49.9 mph, gone! Sammy is surprised by the bounce and loops the ball to extra-cover! It looked that Swann had dragged the ball a mite short, which discombobulated Sammy for some reason, and he ballooned the ball straight up in the air from high up the bat 155/7
32.3 to Rampaul, 49.7 mph, gives it some air, enticing Rampaul, who slog-sweeps straight to deep midwicket. The end is nigh. The end of this match, I mean. I know there are some dark clouds around but I don't think the apocalypse is imminent 172/9

Match details


Toss - West Indies, who chose to field
Series - England led the 3-match series 1-0
Player of the match - IR Bell (England)
Umpires - HDPK Dharmasena (Sri Lanka) and RA Kettleborough
TV umpire - AL Hill (New Zealand)
Match referee - JJ Crowe (New Zealand)
Reserve umpire - NJ Llong

Match Notes


    • England innings
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 49 runs, 1 wicket)
    • Over 0.4: Review by West Indies (Bowling), Umpire - RA Kettleborough, Batsman - IJL Trott (Struck down)
    • England: 50 runs in 10.2 overs (62 balls), Extras 5
    • 2nd Wicket: 50 runs in 59 balls (IR Bell 31, IJL Trott 14, Ex 5)
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 15.1 - 20.0 (Bowling side - 31 runs, 0 wicket)
    • Drinks: England - 81/1 in 16.0 overs (IR Bell 47, IJL Trott 29)
    • IR Bell: 50 off 43 balls (6 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • England: 100 runs in 18.5 overs (113 balls), Extras 6
    • 2nd Wicket: 100 runs in 110 balls (IR Bell 56, IJL Trott 39, Ex 6)
    • England: 150 runs in 28.1 overs (169 balls), Extras 6
    • Drinks: England - 169/3 in 32.0 overs (IR Bell 99, EJG Morgan 14)
    • IR Bell: 100 off 95 balls (10 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • 4th Wicket: 50 runs in 49 balls (IR Bell 28, EJG Morgan 21, Ex 1)
    • Powerplay 3: Overs 35.1 - 40.0 (Batting side - 33 runs, 1 wicket)
    • England: 200 runs in 37.2 overs (225 balls), Extras 9
    • England: 250 runs in 45.5 overs (276 balls), Extras 10
    • Innings Break: England - 288/6 in 50.0 overs (C Kieswetter 38, SCJ Broad 22)
    • West Indies innings
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 59 runs, 1 wicket)
    • West Indies: 50 runs in 8.2 overs (50 balls), Extras 1
    • DR Smith: 50 off 38 balls (6 x 4, 2 x 6)
    • 2nd Wicket: 50 runs in 47 balls (DR Smith 41, D Ramdin 12, Ex 0)
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 15.1 - 20.0 (Bowling side - 25 runs, 3 wickets)
    • Drinks: West Indies - 95/2 in 15.4 overs (D Ramdin 21)
    • West Indies: 100 runs in 16.4 overs (100 balls), Extras 3
    • Rain: West Indies - 127/5 in 23.0 overs (MN Samuels 20, DJG Sammy 0)
    • West Indies: 150 runs in 27.5 overs (167 balls), Extras 3
 
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