9:45 pm If you're just joining us, here's Peter Della Penna's match report for you to enjoy. And, that's all from us today. See you for the next one. On behalf of Sreshth and Thilak - goodbye!
Guptill: Nice to get the first one in the bag. It's a pretty good feeling. We're heading home now to familiar conditions so we could get some more wins under the belt.
Sammy:I think we bowled much better today. The first 10 overs of the match we controlled the game with Johnson and Watto. We still lost wickets in clusters. Getting close to the win. Did well with the ball. We're just not getting the results. I know we're practicing well. Sometimes you just have to relax and take your mind off.
Man of the Match, Rashid Khan: First of all, thanks to the almighty Allah for my performance. The wickets are very good for the spinners here. I played here against West Indies and I'm used to these wickets. So I just tried to bowl in the good areas. The win was needed, it's tough to come back if you lose three matches.
9:30 pm Fifth straight loss for the home team.That could be the end of their prospects. They don't look like a team that can push the mathematical possibilities either. Threw away a strong situation while batting, had a good 15 minute phase towards the end of this innings, but they just didn't show any sort of consistency. A nice mature innings from Mohammed and an impressive cameo from Singh has taken the Warriors to victory.
Same field...oh hang on. Extra cover moves to midwicket.
Stays around the wicket to Singh.
Primus on strike. Darren Sammy is going to bowl. Around the wicket. Deep square, deep midwicket, long-on, sweeper, long-off. Third man is in.
21 required now off the last three overs.