• BATSMEN
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    8.3 beautiful delivery! Pat Cummins with a huge wicket with a delivery that had serious pace. 148.6kph . This one was full, it came back in from wide of the crease and then held its line as Guptill's poke took the thinnest of edges on the way through to Wade. Special ball that. 52/2
    5.4 the pressure has told. He was unable to get the ball off the square and has now fallen to the softest of dismissals. Looks to work it to the on side, but closed the bat face early and ends up chipping a simple return catch. 40/1
    39.1 short and wide outside off, cutter, 121ks. Williamson cuts on the back foot, and does so early. He can't keep it down either. Warner pockets the overhead catch at extra cover. Australia close in 232/6
    30.6 Hazlewood returns and takes down Neesham. Good length and angling away outside off, from over the wicket, Neesham can't get under it as this isn't as full as he would have liked. Aims a loft, and ends up skewing a catch to Starc moving back from mid-off. Neesham falls for 74, his best List A score 177/3
    33.3 Holes out to long-on. Faulkner comes back and nabs Munro. Marsh completes a sprawling catch. Banged in short, Munro commits to the front foot. Dares to pull and finds the fielder 191/4
    38.4 edged and taken by Wade diving low to his right. Wide of the crease, very full and holds its line outside off. De Grandhomme does not move his feet, flashes a drive with his hands, and nicks behind. Excellent take from Wade 229/5
    40.5 144.5ks inswinging yorker from Starc. The result: Santner's stumps are left in a mess. Santner has a wild swish at it, but Starc is too quick for him 236/7
    47.2 how fitting is it for Warner, the centurion, to take the catch? Australia have taken the Chappell-Hadlee series. Watling swings but doesn't get under that full delivery and ends up slicing it towards Warner, who circles around the ball briefly at cover, before settling underneath it to complete a comfortable catch. 262/10
    41.5 pace and bounce does the trick again. Southee was in no position to play a flat-batted pull. The ball got big on him, he was cramped for room and only managed to get a top edge to Bailey, who took a simple catch coming in from midwicket. 243/8
    45.1 hit well, but he's picked out the lone man at deep midwicket. Swung through the line to pull that short delivery, but it was almost as if he forgot there was a man in the deep. Nice, running catch from Faulkner. Ran to his left, was aware of the boundary behind him and pouched it safely. Hit and miss knock from Henry is over. 254/9
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    33.33
    Extras
    5 (lb 1, w 4)
    TOTAL
    262 all out (47.2 Overs, RR: 5.53)
    Fall of wickets: 1-40 (TWM Latham, 5.4 ov), 2-52 (MJ Guptill, 8.3 ov), 3-177 (JDS Neesham, 30.6 ov), 4-191 (C Munro, 33.3 ov), 5-229 (C de Grandhomme, 38.4 ov), 6-232 (KS Williamson, 39.1 ov), 7-236 (MJ Santner, 40.5 ov), 8-243 (TG Southee, 41.5 ov), 9-254 (MJ Henry, 45.1 ov), 10-262 (BJ Watling, 47.2 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    MA Starc10.005225.20314020
    JR Hazlewood9.014224.66345110
    PJ Cummins10.004144.10364010
    TM Head7.003104.42171000
    JP Faulkner8.206928.28215400
    MR Marsh3.002608.6673100

Match Notes

Bumper year

6

No. of ODI 100s for Warner this year - the most by any Australia batsman in a year. Ponting (2003 & 2007) and Hayden (2007) had hit 5.

Three in a row

3

No. of consecutive 50-plus scores for Warner in ODIs in Canberra, including this inns. He had made 53 and 93 in his first 2 inns here.

Openers galore at Manuka

131.33

Ave opening stand for Aus in ODIs at Manuka Oval, before this in 3 ODIs. The stands read as 89, 118, 187. Finch-Warner have added more than 50 today as well.

Williamson's century

100

No. of ODIs for Kane Williamson. He becomes the 23rd New Zealand player to appear in 100 or more ODIs.

Bat-first venue

6

Consecutive ODIs at Manuka Oval in which the team winning the toss elected to bat first and also went on to win, since 2013. NZ have chose to field.