• BATSMEN
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    13.1 around his legs! The change of bowling works, and Bangladesh will feel hopeful again. Khawaja though walks back after a fine innings, even if it ended in ungainly fashion. The ball was on his pads and he was hoping to work it away past short fine leg. Just didn't connect... 115/3
    7.2 ooh, that's tight! Could Watson be run out? Especially after nailing this pull shot. It was short, it was given its due treatment, but the batsmen get greedy. Watson comes back for a second, and he was always struggling. Sabbir sends in a rocket throw from deep midwicket and Mushfiqur does the rest 62/1
    11.3 and back to full(er) pace. It was another cross-seamed delivery, though. Smith was moving across again, but Mustafiz does him in with a really full delivery on middle and leg. A panic-stricken flick, an inside edge and a deflection off the pads later, everyone sees red. 95/2
    14.2 cricket 101, how not to play a full toss. It was lobbed up by Shakib, on leg stump. Warner was making room, perhaps thinking about only a single. But seeing such a bad ball, he thought he should do more. Went for a flick but hit it right back at the bowler 119/4
    17.1 there was no reason for such ballistics. Maxwell had already pushed Australia ahead in the contest in the last over. Now he charges out at Shakib's first ball, goes for a wild heave and is stumped. Kicks the turf as he walks off 148/6
    16.2 gone now! And its the cutter again! Marsh couldn't get anything on the last one, this time he gets a leading edge while prodding from the crease. It leaps up, Shakib at point runs back to track it down. Good, pressure catch. 135/5
    not out
    5
    11
    3
    1
    0
    166.66
    17.6 slogged.... right down deep midwicket's throat. Shakib is barely doing anything. He's just bowling slow and inviting the mistake and Hastings obliged 152/7
    not out
    1
    2
    1
    0
    0
    100.00
    Extras
    6 (lb 2, w 4)
    TOTAL
    157/7 (18.3 Overs, RR: 8.48)
    Fall of wickets: 1-62 (SR Watson, 7.2 ov), 2-95 (SPD Smith, 11.3 ov), 3-115 (UT Khawaja, 13.1 ov), 4-119 (DA Warner, 14.2 ov), 5-135 (MR Marsh, 16.2 ov), 6-148 (GJ Maxwell, 17.1 ov), 7-152 (JW Hastings, 17.6 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    Mashrafe Mortaza1.00909.0030100
    Mahmudullah2.0022011.0011110
    Al-Amin Hossain2.001417.0052000
    Mustafizur Rahman4.003027.50122210
    Shakib Al Hasan4.002736.75104000
    Saqlain Sajib3.3040011.4254210
    Shuvagata Hom2.001306.5021000

Match Notes

Warner at Chinnaswamy

72.25

David Warner's average in T20s at Chinnaswamy in 5 innings, before this (all in IPL). His scores: 33, 123*, 15, 61, 57. His strike rate being 169.

Openers on top this time

0

No. of partnerships of 50 or more runs against Bangladesh in last 10 T20Is, before this match. The ave opening stand was around 13 in those 10 inns.

Not dismissed

163

Runs by Mahmudullah in his last 5 T20I inns batting at No.6 or lower. He has scored those runs in 96 balls (S/R 169.79) and has remained not out in all those inns.

Late, but effective

0

No. of wickets by Adam Zampa in his first 3 T20Is. He conceded 52 runs in 9 overs without a wicket, but took 3 for 23 in 4 over in his 4th T20I today.

Sarkar fails, again

16.00

Soumya Sarkar's average in T20Is, in 17 inns. His ave is the 2nd-lowest among all openers who have played 15+. Only Afg's Karim Sadiq (14.82) has lower ave.

Advantage Australia

3-0

Australia's win-loss record against Bangladesh in T20Is, before this match. All their meetings have been in World T20s only - 2007, 2010, 2014 and now in 2016.

World T20

Super 10 Group 1
TEAMMWLPTNRR
WI43160.359
ENG43160.145
SA42240.651
SL4132-0.461
AFG4132-0.715
Super 10 Group 2
TEAMMWLPTNRR
NZ44081.900
INDIA4316-0.305
AUS42240.233
PAK4132-0.093
BDESH4040-1.805
First Round Group A
TEAMMWLPTNRR
BDESH32051.938
NL31130.154
OMAN3113-1.521
IRE3021-0.685
First Round Group B
TEAMMWLPTNRR
AFG33061.540
ZIM3214-0.567
SCOT3122-0.132
HKG3030-1.017