• BATSMEN
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    2.5 and that has to come after keeping it tight around off, he alters the length this time keeping it on back of a length around off, Tattersall miseries comes to an end as he slashes hard at it, played away from his body and went straight into the hands of Imam at backward point. 1/1
    3.1 both the openers are back into the hut for a duck, good length delivery which straightens after pitching outside off, Finch stays on the crease and drives without any foot movement, not enough power on that to clear the infield and went flat into the hands of short cover. 1/2
    37.3 and finally the partnership comes to an end, tossed up delivery from round the wicket which spun away after after pitching around off. Higgins comes out with a intention to hoick to on side, not to the pitch of the delivery and turn beats him too, no chance of a comeback, keeper remove the bails in a flash. 119/5
    11 whattay a catch to remove the dangerous Duckett, shortish on middle and leg, he pulls it off the back foot, nothing wrong at all till that moment, as the previous instance Hasan was patrolling the short midwicket region and that was quite away from his body, he dive full length to his right and holds that with both hands before landing in the ground. You beauty Hasan! 38/3
    21.4 and Barnard throw his wicket, that was on a length and spins away with good bounce, he tries to drive it through cover, surprised by the bounce and ends up dragging that back into the stumps, Barnard walks back disappointingly 69/4
    not out
    76
    109
    79
    4
    1
    96.20
    37.4 whattay delivery from Karamat, Clarke was completely foxed by a googly. Tossed up delivery from over the wicket on off which spins back in sharply and goes through bat and pad to knock middle and leg stump, that's really good stuff from the bowler, you can't ask for more. Real pleasure to watch those for a leggie. 119/6
    44.5 Finally Amad wins the battle as Jones unable to get bat on that, this time he alters the length, touch fuller on off which moves in a bit. Jones shuffle across to off as tries for a scoop, beaten by the movement and the pace, struck on the leg stump. 154/7
    not out
    18
    23
    15
    1
    1
    120.00
    Extras
    6 (b 4, nb 1, w 1)
    TOTAL
    204/7 (50 Overs, RR: 4.08)
    Fall of wickets: 1-1 (JA Tattersall, 2.5 ov), 2-1 (HZ Finch, 3.1 ov), 3-38 (BM Duckett, 10.6 ov), 4-69 (EG Barnard, 21.4 ov), 5-119 (RF Higgins, 37.3 ov), 6-119 (JM Clarke, 37.4 ov), 7-154 (RP Jones, 44.5 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    Zia-ul-Haq914625.1110
    Amad Butt1014324.3000
    Zafar Gohar902903.2200
    Karamat Ali1003623.6000
    Kamran Ghulam1003613.6001
    Saud Shakeel201005.0000
  • BATSMEN
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    14.2 and Jones gets a big wicket here, tossed up delivery which pitches on middle and moves a bit in. Imam gets forward and tries to turn it towards on side. He misses the line completely and struck in the front pad, huge appeal from Jones and fully pumped up once its been given. 57/3
    7.5 tossed up delivery from the round the wicket, Sami gets down on one knee to sweep, misses the line as it spins in touch and kept quite low, that's hitting middle and leg. Good comeback from Sayer and man in form back into the hut. 41/1
    13.5 and captain gets the breakthrough, almost a nothing shot from him as he deceived by the pace. Good length delivery and bit slower than the expectation of Hasan, leans forward drives it towards mid-off, not enough wood on that too clear the infield and Sayer took a sitter. 57/2
    36.5 and Saud the man who got the most walks back finally, short of a length delivery from round the wicket, on middle and leg, he moves a bit towards off with an intention to hook. That one moves a bit and ends up edging it back towards the keeper. He was the last hope for Pakistan, its getting tougher now. 142/7
    14.5 Jones gets another one to a nothing delivery which should have been put away to the fence. Shortish delivery on middle and leg, Ghulam goes back and pulls, not enough bat on that and gets it flat into the hands of Duckett at midwicket. 57/4
    32 and he gets the breakthrough, finally the partnership of 74 runs broken, that's a fuller in length on middle and off. Ameer gets down on one knee to sweep but unable to get his bat down in time and struck just above the toe, that's plumb infront. 131/5
    c †Clarke b Fisher
    0
    4
    4
    0
    0
    0.00
    not out
    37
    70
    53
    3
    0
    69.81
    not out
    26
    55
    37
    2
    1
    70.27
    Extras
    8 (b 2, lb 2, w 4)
    TOTAL
    205/7 (49.1 Overs, RR: 4.16)
    Fall of wickets: 1-41 (Sami Aslam, 7.5 ov), 2-57 (Hasan Raza(2), 13.5 ov), 3-57 (Imam-ul-Haq, 14.2 ov), 4-57 (Kamran Ghulam, 14.5 ov), 5-131 (Ameer Hamza, 31.6 ov), 6-133 (Saifullah Bangash, 32.5 ov), 7-142 (Saud Shakeel, 36.5 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    MD Fisher1032122.1010
    JR Winslade9.125606.1010
    RJ Sayer1033923.9000
    WMH Rhodes1014614.6000
    RP Jones1003923.9010

Match Details

Toss

England Under-19s , elected to bat first

Series result

Pakistan Under-19s advanced

Player of the match

Match number

Season

Hours of play (local time)

Noon start, First Session 12.00-15.30 Interval 15.30-16.00, Second Session 16.00-19.30

Match days

24 February 2014 - day/night match (50-over match)

TV Umpires

Reserve Umpire

Match Referee

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